Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

The Palm Beach Relocation Guide is Palm Beach County's most respected relocation publication and is a MUST for anyone considering visiting, moving to, living in, or just wants to learn more about the Palm Beaches.

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196 P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E – S P R I N G | S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 G E T T I N G S E T T L E D cleaned, and all pots and pans have been removed. Electric Boogaloo: Electronic equipment requires a little extra tender loving care. If possible, pack your electronics in their orig- inal cartons and packing material. If not available, make sure your mover provides professional packing materials. Disconnect your wiring and code it with colored tape to make reinstallation easier at your new location. Back up important files on your computer's hard drive, and if it has a CD/ DVD drive, make sure it's disc-free. Precious Car Go! If your moving company is transporting your vehicle, make sure your car has no obvious fluid leaks, and secure your battery in the mounting bracket. Have your car cleaned so that movers can perform a valid quality inspection on moving day (a dirty car might limit your ability to file a claim on major damage). Make sure that your gas tank has at least 1/8 tank of fuel, and disconnect, disable or turn off all alarm systems. Remove all non-permanent luggage racks, bike racks or ski racks on the exterior of your car, and take out any personal items from your cars interior. And last, but certainly not least, have an extra set of car keys and alarm remote ready to hand over to the moving team, as well as a working phone number where you may be contacted. | CONTINUED PAGE 198 > VOLUNTEER: Animal rescue facilities, nature centers, museums and other venues, as well as, underserved children and homebound seniors, all need the generous support of volunteers. One of the best ways for you to happily integrate into your new community is to experience the gratifcation of helping others. Volunteerism is a win-win for you and those you help. ANIMAL WELFARE Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge 561-734-8303 Busch Wildlife Sanctuary 561-575-3399 Palm Beach County Animal Care & Contraol 561-233-1281 Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League 561-686-3663 Tri-County Animal Rescue 561-482-8110 ARTS Cornell Museum of Art 561-243-7922 Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 561-651-4294 Lake Worth Playhouse 561-585-6410 Maltz Jupiter Theatre 561-972-6105 COMMUNITY Caridad Center 561-737-6336 Habitat for Humanity 561-252-2080 Meals on Wheels of Palm Beach County 561-802-6979 Palm Beach County Food Bank 561-670-2518 EDUCATION Historical Society of Palm Beach County 561-832-4164 Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County 561-279-9103 Palm Beach County Library System 561-233-2766 South Florida Science Center 561-832-1988 ENVIRONMENT Green Cay Nature Center 561-966-7000 Loggerhead Marinelife Center 561-627-8280 Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation 561-966-7066 YOUTH Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Marint Counties 561-727-3450 Guardian ad Litem 561-355-6224 Palm Beach County 4-H Youth Development 561-233-1731 Voices for Children of Palm Beach County 561-676-8025

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