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Ideal Living, a country club and lifestyle magazine, had nothing but praise for South Florida golf and country club, Harbour Ridge, discussing how its receptive staff, full amenity services, and high standards caught the online magazine’s eye. “As one of the first private waterfront golf communities in the state of Florida,” Ideal Living explained, “Harbour Ridge has become a proud treasure of the Treasure Coast.” Through its dedication to service and commitment to quality, Harbour Ridge has worked to be an inseparable part of the Treasure Coast-and a great club that excels the standards of Ideal Living. Of particular interest to the publication is Harbour Ridge’s location, its natural surroundings, and its amenities. After all, they are what help a club stand out, and their level of quality and service are measures to judge a club by. Check out why Ideal Living spoke so highly of Harbour Ridge’s offerings.

The Amenities

Harbour Ridge’s extensive amenities accommodate to every interest and hobby. A full list of clubs range from photography to books to even biking. A full social calendar hosts events and holidays for members to meet each other, congregate, and connect. Outdoorsy types will enjoy everything that the Club has to offer, from nine tennis courts, complete with tennis shop and training sessions from professionals, to the two golf courses designed by Pete and P.B. Dye and Joe Lee, the Golf Pro Center where players can improve their game with the help of golf pros, the fully stocked golf shop, and the Golf Club where players can cool off after a long game with drinks and good company. The fully equipped Marina has kayaks and paddleboards ready for rental, so that the residents of Harbour Ridge can explore their wild backyard.

The Nature

South Florida has the privilege of possessing a rare and unique ecosystem, filled with exotic species of both animals and plants. Winding right past Harbour Ridge and through its marina is the St. Lucie River, one of the Treasure Coast’s largest bodies of water. Thousands of species feed from it and call it home, ranging from cattle egrets to river otters. Nature isn’t just outside of the community-Harbour Ridge works to preserve both native plant species and animal life that lives within the community. Both golf courses have been recognized as Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries, from to the efforts of course maintenance staff to protect the natural area surrounding it. Due to their hard work, many golfers have spotted eagles, sandhill cranes, and bobcats on the edges of the course.

The Town

Harbour Ridge has prime location close to not just rare natural areas, but also cozy towns and diverse locals. Serving as a small beach and destination town, Stuart is a short drive from the Club. A ‘flip flop and t shirt’ kind of town, the residents here enjoy a breezy, laid back lifestyle. Downtown Stuart hosts all kinds of art and culture related events, ranging from street festivals with live music to gallery showings with works done by local artists. Stuart’s history is expansive and alive as well, featuring a shipwreck to scuba dive to and explore, museums that collect memorabilia regarding Stuart’s role as a train shipping location, and the history of the Native people who lived here years ago.

Harbour Ridge is the best of the best. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

Having established themselves as experts in the field of golf course communities, Golf Course Home adopts an insightful approach in the process of reviewing communities. “In recent years, progressive country club communities have pushed beyond golf to augment their community experience to enrich residents with a wide variety of soul-satisfying activities that match their passions and interests,” the website explains on its list, “Top 20 Golf Communities In North America.”

Harbour Ridge fosters a healthy golf-life balance by providing a diverse array of activities and amenities. Harbour Ridge, one of the Treasure Coast’s premiere private golf clubs, easily made its way onto the Golf Course Home list, having received recognition specifically for its dog park, among other things.

Not only is Harbour Ridge only minutes from the dog friendly city of Stuart, but the club offers ample green space for pets to play in right at home. Members here have their choice when it comes to taking their pooch for a stroll-they can explore the acres of natural areas and gorgeous neighborhoods, or enjoy a game of fetch at the on-site Puppy Park. Equipped with agility courses and water stations, pups of all kinds can stretch their paws here.

Recognizing that the best clubs offers various activities that everyone can enjoy, the luxury of choice extends to the ways that residents can work and play within Harbour Ridge. The Lakeside Fitness Center offers a large, spacious gym with cardio, free weight and stretch areas, TRX classes, a spin room, physical therapy, private or group Pilates, along with a juice and smoothie bar. There are even eight Har-Tru tennis courts and a stadium exhibition court along with a new aquatics center with lap swimming and water aerobics. With the team of professionals and signature services offered here, members truly feel pampered.
Harbour Ridge is also located right on the St. Lucie River, offering waterfront adventures that are hard for anyone to refuse. Residents often enjoy a day on the open water on their own boats, making their way through mangrove trails on a kayak, or renting out the Club’s pontoon boat. The natural beauty of the waterfront offers a peaceful space from the rush of society within the twisted mangrove marshes and the wild beauty of the Atlantic Ocean. Two 98-foot docks allow residents to set off at any time to enjoy nature’s bounty.

Harbour Ridge is one of Florida’s premier private waterfront golf communities. Its waterfront location on the St. Lucie River makes it the perfect place to live, and members and residents alike enjoy the well-rounded Florida lifestyle that it offers.

Harbour Ridge is the best of the best. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

Harbour Ridge offers a lifestyle like no other in South Florida. Residents cherish this nature lover’s paradise located right in the heart of the Treasure Coast. With endless amenities and plenty to do around town, Harbour Ridge truly is the most unique waterfront club in Florida. Here are a few reasons why:

The Rookery

There is plenty of outdoor exploration at Harbour Ridge. This Audubon International certified community has plenty of untouched natural lands. Tons of wildlife call Harbour Ridge their home including sandhill cranes and other feathered friends. The best-kept secret of Harbour Ridge is the rookery. Every morning, hundreds of birds leave this large tree to go about their day, and then return to it at sunset. It’s really an incredible sight.

Two Championship Golf Courses

Harbour Ridge’s two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. The Daily Telescope named Harbour Ridge the Golf Course Home Community of the Year in 2017. Golfing in this unique community is an experience that you won’t want to end.

Secluded Marina

Situated along the St. Lucie River, Harbour Ridge has plenty of watersports for everyone. From kayaking to paddle boarding and boating, everyone is sure to have fun in the sun! With the Bahamas just 55 miles offshore and plenty of fishing in the area, Harbour Ridge’s three private marinas would make the perfect home for your vessel. Don’t own a boat? No worries, Harbour Ridge’s marina provides boats for rent to residents. The knowledgeable staff can help you in your boating adventures.

Dog Park

There is no limit on the size dog you have in the community. Harbour Ridge is a dog-friendly neighborhood. The community dog park features agility courses, fenced and shaded areas, walking trails and water stations for your four-legged family member.

Lakeside Center

This brand new state-of-the-art fitness, tennis and swim club has member’s feeling pampered and fit. With a full-service salon and spa, as well as other professional services you would rarely have to leave this special community. Residents love to grab a healthy juice at the smoothie bar after a group fitness class. The machines and free weights available let you choose how you workout. It’s all there.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

The news is out! Harbour Ridge was recently named The Golf Course Home® Network’s “2017 Golf Course Home Community Of The Year!”

The waterfront community earned the top honors after fulfilling a rigorous list of qualifying terms. Located on Florida’s Treasure Coast, Harbour Ridge offers a lifestyle like no other.

Among other qualifiers, The Golf Course Home® Network noted Harbour Ridge for its ability to adapt to what residents are looking for most in communities. Recently, our ideas on community amenities have shifted and Harbour Ridge has adjusted flawlessly to the market forces. Their brand new, state of the art lifestyle center hosts a full-service salon and barber shop, signature spa services, a large spacious cardio, free weight and stretch area, TRX classes, spin room, physical therapy, private or group Pilates, along with a juice and smoothie bar. It also features eight Har-Tru tennis courts and a stadium exhibition court along with lap swimming and water aerobics. Not to mention their marinas on the St. Lucie River. Harbour Ridge also fills their club schedule with events for friends and neighbors to meet and reconnect. Residents can pick any day of the week to enjoy trade shows, themed dinners, and other exciting activities.

Harbour Ridge was also noted for its award winning golf course. Designed by experts in their field, Harbour Ridge’s courses have won awards for not just their layouts, but also for their ecological impact. The Audubon Society has recognized Harbour Ridge for its commitment to making their golf courses environmentally sustainable.

Harbour Ridge’s location was most noted by The Golf Course Home® Network. Located on the Treasure Coast, Stuart is known for beautiful weather year round and tons of options for fun in the sun. With plenty of outdoor activities such as boating, beaches and golf, you’re sure to enjoy a healthy lifestyle here.

Harbour Ridge is Florida’s premier private waterfront golf community. Its waterfront location on the St. Lucie River makes it the perfect place to live, and it’s treasured by members and residents alike.

Harbour Ridge offers the best of the Florida lifestyle. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

Are you looking to retire and find the perfect laid back community? Anywhere around Stuart, Florida may be the ideal place for you! Stuart was recently ranked number five on a list of the best places to retire in Florida by SmartAsset. In addition, 24/7 Wall Street recently ranked Martin County as the 12th healthiest community for retirement, too. We know what you’re thinking: it must be something special.

Located on the Treasure Coast, Stuart is known for its beautiful weather year-round and tons of options for fun in the sun. With plenty of outdoor activities such as boating, beaches and golf, you’re sure to enjoy a healthy retirement here. Florida is home to some of the top private club communities in the country such as Harbour Ridge where boating and golf are a prime focus for active retirees.

SmartAsset’s recent ranking based each county and city by three factors: state and local tax rates, number of doctors’ offices, recreation centers and retirement centers, and the number of seniors in the area compared to the population. After crunching the numbers, Martin County was found to have one of the largest retirement incomes of any U.S. county at $30,400. The study also found that there are about 14 doctors’ offices for every 1,000 people and 27.8% of the population is seniors. With so much to do here, it’s no wonder this quaint, fun town made its way up the list.

Harbour Ridge is Florida’s premier private waterfront golf community. Its waterfront location on the St. Lucie River makes it the perfect place to live, and it’s treasured by members and residents alike.

Harbour Ridge offers the best of the Florida lifestyle. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

The Treasure Coast is known for its local waterways. The Indian River Lagoon is one of the most bio-diverse ecosystems in North America and there is nothing better than a local boat tour to see all of this area’s beauty. Residents at Harbour Ridge are lucky enough to enjoy this waterfront beauty everyday and love to get out on the water. Whether you enjoy sailing, sea life, or airboats, there is something for everyone to check out. Here are some of the top boat tours on the Treasure Coast.

Schooner Lily

Departing right out of Downtown Stuart’s Riverwalk Pier, this wooden sailboat adventure is one you don’t want to miss out on. Whether you want to sail the calm waters of the morning or have a romantic sunset cruise in the evening, this large vessel can accommodate up to 35 passengers. Experiencing the wind blowing its white sails is something you won’t forget.

Island Princess Cruises

Docked at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Marina, Island Princess Cruises is a large motor vessel for all occasions. Watch for wildlife such as manatees, dolphins and a variety of birds from the top floor of its two-story hull. The Island Princess serves food and has open bar options. Whether it’s for a special occasion with a large group, or a simple cruise with your significant other, you won’t want to leave the Island Princess.

Florida Cracker Airboat Tours

Looking for a thrill? The Florida Cracker Airboat tour is perfect for you to check out. See the wildlife on the St. Johns River in Vero Beach. YES you will see alligators right in their natural habitat! But don’t worry; these guys have life long airboat experience. It’s an experience you truly won’t forget.

Harbour Ridge Marina

Have boating experience but don’t own a boat? The Harbour Ridge Marina offers pontoon boats for members to rent and cruise around the St. Lucie River. The Marina’s friendly staff can give you the local knowledge of the area and its wildlife. For more information on how to live the Harbour Ridge lifestyle contact membership@hrycc.org.

While you’re here on the Treasure Coast, stop by to visit Harbour Ridge, one of Florida’s premier private waterfront golf communities. Its waterfront location on the St. Lucie River makes it the perfect place to live, and it’s treasured by members and residents alike.

Harbour Ridge offers the best of the Florida lifestyle. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

Golfers at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club have more incentive than most to “keep it in the fairways.”

Some of the holes at the course in St. Lucie County north of Palm City are bordered by wetlands, and folks at Harbour Ridge take protecting their wetlands very seriously.

“You stay out of the wetlands, even if your ball goes in there,” said Tim Cann, director of greens and ground maintenance at the club. “You take a drop instead. And the worst thing a golfer wants is another stroke on his scorecard.”

As one of eight Treasure Coast golf courses certified by Audubon International’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program, Harbour Ridge cares about more than wetlands.

To be certified, a course has to meet strict standards in wildlife and habitat management, pest control, water conservation and water quality.

Despite news in early February that construction of a golf club partially owned by basketball legend Michael Jordan near Hobe Sound was polluting the South Fork of the St. Lucie River, courses generally are good environmental stewards, said Edie Widder, lead scientist and founder of the Ocean Research & Conservation Association in Fort Pierce.

ORCA developed a map showing “hot spots” of nutrients flowing into the Indian River Lagoon around Vero Beach. The areas around two Audubon-certified courses — Vero Beach Country Club and The Moorings Yacht & Country Club — are surprisingly “cool.”

“Yeah, we were pretty surprised, given that we assumed golf courses use a lot of fertilizer,” Widder said.

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As part of the guidelines to be certified in Audubon International’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program, all property and golf courses sit at least 75 feet away from the St. Lucie River. Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club in St. Lucie County has been certified with Audubon’s program since 2000, at the time just the 31st golf course to gain that certification in Florida. (Photo: LEAH VOSS/TCPALM)

Spoon feeding’

Turns out over-fertilizing isn’t just bad for the environment, it’s bad for golf courses, said Craig Weyandt, course superintendent at The Moorings.

“The role of a golf course superintendent is to maintain the turf and to keep it healthy, not to grow grass,” he said. “Feed turfgrass too much nitrogen, for example, and it depletes the carbohydrate reserves in the plant. It would be like a doctor making a patient sick.”

Over-fertilizing also forces a plant to grow, which to a golf course looking to stay both green and in the black means more mowing, more work and wasting more fuel.

Cann refers to it as “spoon feeding” nutrients.

“Before we use any fertilizer we test our soil to see what it needs,” he said. “Most homeowners don’t do that. They run out to Home Depot or Lowe’s and buy fertilizer that their soil may not need. By testing our soil, it’s very uncommon for us to put any phosphorus out. We just don’t need it.”

Pesticides at Audubon-certified golf courses are “spoon fed,” as well.

“Yes, golf courses use pesticides, the same way you take medicine when you get a cold or flu,” Weyandt said. “The difference is that today’s pesticides are host specific, meaning that there is not one pill to cure all ailments.”

Problems are treated on a spot-by-spot basis, he added, “not acre-by-acre.”

The first line of defense against pests at Harbour Ridge is “biological,” Cann said: good critters that eat bad critters.

When pesticides are used, they’re spot-treated using battery-operated tanks instead of broadcast sprayers. And they’re never used within 25 feet of lakes or wetlands.

Water hazards

When fairways and greens are lush in the middle of South Florida’s dry season, you know they’re using a lot of water.

But not as much as you might think, Cann said.

“Our water use has been diminished significantly over the past few years by technology,” he said.

The course has a computer-run irrigation system to prevent over-watering and switches that automatically shut down sprinklers when it rains.

“The automatic shutoff when it rains may be the biggest water saver,” Cann said. “The worst thing for me to see is the water running when it’s raining.”

The primary source for irrigation at Harbour Ridge is treated wastewater generated throughout the property. As a secondary source, Harbour Ridge has an agreement with the South Florida Water Management District to draw water out of the nearby C-23 Canal.

It’s a mutually beneficial relationship: The canal drains farmland in western Martin and St. Lucie counties, so it’s laden with nutrients and pollutants that, if not diverted to Harbour Ridge, would end up in the St. Lucie River.

Besides being used for irrigation, the canal water diverted to Harbour Ridge is sent to lakes and wetlands. Filtered by turf and nutrient-hungry aquatic plants, any water that leaves the property is cleaned before it enters the river.

Going natural

A lake tucked away from the Harbour Ridge golf course is home to a rookery for several species of birds, including cormorants, anhingas and egrets. Clumps of algae can be seen in the lake shallows, but Cann doesn’t rush to grab a bunch of chemicals to get rid of the green goo.

“Here, the algae is a part of the natural system,” he said.

If the algae was to get out of hand and threaten to take over the lake, Cann and his staff might install “bubblers” to aerate the water and cut back the algae naturally.

Most water hazards on the course and lakes throughout the community are lined with native plants such as pickerel weed to help suck up any nutrients that might run off the ground and keep the water clean.

“Good golf courses don’t poison their ponds,” Widder said. “They keep them clean naturally.”

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Robert Coleman, an operator at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club, helps clear out invasive plants, including Brazilian pepper and grapevine, on Tuesday at the community north of Palm City in St. Lucie County. The removal of exotic invasive plant species is one of several projects Harbour Ridge maintains in order to keep their status with Audubon International’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program for golf courses. (Photo: LEAH VOSS/TCPALM)

Member buy-in

Most golf courses, even if they’re not Audubon-certified, are good stewards of the environment, said Ed Skvarch, St. Lucie County Extension Service director and commercial horticulture agent who teaches best management classes to golf course superintendents and other workers.

“In class we talk about how you don’t just throw pesticide at a bug problem and how you keep fertilizer out of the water,” Skvarch said. “I think most people take what they learn in the class and use it. Of course, some take the class just to get certified.”

Club members have to be educated about environment-friendly golf courses, too, Widder said, and not freak out at a patch of brown grass on a fairway.

“Let the people trained to maintain your golf course do their job the way they were trained,” Widder said. “You’ll get a better golf course, and we’ll all get a better lagoon.”

Audubon-approved

Eight Treasure Coast golf courses are certified by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, which helps to enhance wildlife habitats and protect natural resources:

Published By: TCPalm.com Tyler Treadway

The Treasure Coast offers so much variety when it comes to local beer and wine that it can be hard to decide where to try first.

The folks at the Treasure Coast Wine and Ale Trail break it down by providing a map listing some of the best local breweries and vineyards in the area. Residents at Harbour Ridge, one of the area’s best golf and country club communities, are lucky enough to be close to all the action. Here are a few of our favorites on the list, make sure to check them out!

Hop Life

Started by two firefighters in 2011, it’s a great place to score a classic brew, or try something different. One of their unique specialties, pineapple mango, is a crowd favorite. A busy food truck schedule and a great happy hour establish this brewery as a local hangout!

Sailfish Brewing Company

Sailfish Brewing Company established itself as the first brewery in the Treasure Coast in 2013, and has been setting the local standard ever since. Whether they’re hosting the Bonita Brew Fest or having tasted, this place is always finding a new way to improve upon the traditional formula.

Summer Crush Winery

The first winery and vineyard on Florida’s Central East and Southeast Coasts, Summer Crush Winery represents the spirit of Florida with each glass. Tours of the vineyard and winery are available, and they’re well known for hosting many music events and festivals.

Many businesses and breweries line the Treasure Coast; all within convenient distance to Harbour Ridge, one of Florida’s premier private waterfront golf communities. Its waterfront location on the St. Lucie River makes it the perfect place to live, and it’s truly treasured by members and residents alike.

Harbour Ridge offers the best of the Florida lifestyle. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or exploring the surrounding area with kayak and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings. To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.

Harbour Ridge, located in Palm City on the Florida’s Treasure Coast, will be hosting this year’s Society of Seniors Ralph Bogart Golf Tournament at the Harbour Ridge Clubhouse on December 4-7.

The Ralph Bogart Tournament will be a 54-hole stroke play event open to the members of the Society of Seniors Golf Association.

The Society of Seniors is home to the finest senior amateur golfers in the world. Its 967 members provide strong competition on the finest courses. This 55+ society has won 49 National Championships since 1983 and 60 Master Tournaments.

Located on the St. Lucie River, Harbour Ridge is perfectly positioned to take full advantage of its breathtaking views. The River Ridge Course, designed by Pete and P.B. Dye, boasts one of the highest ratings in all of Florida. The Joe Lee-designed Golden Marsh course is still considered one of Mr. Lee’s top ten of all time and offers players tropical charm with swaying palms and sweeping vistas at every turn. Both courses boast the Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Status. The newly renovated 45-000 sq. ft. waterfront clubhouse is the heart of Harbour Ridge; where golfers and tennis players mingle with yachters and nature enthusiasts to create a buzzing, active neighborhood of residents, each one of whom is proud to call Harbour Ridge home. Sports and cards, activities and events, and a shared love for our Club brings members together and gives Harbour Ridge its unique appeal.

Lakeside Spa Fitness and Tennis recently opened last year. The 22,000-square foot state-of-the-art complex, hosts a full-service salon and barber shop, signature spa services, a large spacious cardio, free weight and stretch area, TRX classes, spin room, physical therapy, private or group Pilates, along with a juice and smoothie bar. It also features eight Har-Tru tennis courts and a stadium exhibition court along with lap swimming and water aerobics.

Harbour Ridge is a private, 885-acre community with 695 residences that overlook its two picturesque golf courses, acres of Audubon-certified nature preserve and is perfectly situated on the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. The Board of Directors, management and staff, along with members, are all dedicated to maintaining their commitment to financial soundness and stability in an environment which enables them to enrich their quality of life.

For more information on Harbour Ridge visit HarbourRidge.com to request a Digital Brochure and to learn about the Be Our Guest program or call the Membership Office at (772) 873-6013.

For more information on the Society of Seniors Ralph Bogart Tournament please contact James Popa at 614.487.1207 or email help@societyofseniors.com.