Lady Susan & Erick Reickert

Vice President--Susan

Event Co-Chairs--

Susan & Erick 

​​2087-2098 Social Calendar

Dinner meetings & high tea are held at The Chesterfield Hotel in Palm Beach in the pavilion.  Other event locations listed below.   More information can be found on the "Events" page.             

Season under construction--check back in September

Peter Inch

Support Staff

Susan E. Oyer

President/Treasurer

Founder

Our new logo starting

year 10!

Joy Shearer

Public Relations

Check out our "Dining Royally" event pictures on the Special Events page

Dr. Voncile Smith

Secretary


The St. George's Society of Palm Beach was founded on July 7, 2007.  Founding members are:  Susan E. Oyer, P. Robert and Gloria Bale, Marian Morgan, Harvey E. Oyer, Jr., Deborah Hale, Cheryl May, Christian Macoviak, Joseph Macoviak, William Macoviak, Kyle May, Daniel and Nancy Shepherd.


​Our logo for years 1-10!

   A copy of the official registration and financial information for our Society, number CH23362, may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling Toll-Free (800-435-7352) within the State.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State. 

   On September 10, 2009, the Internal Revenue Service approved our 501 (c)(3) application as a public charity.  Proof of charitable status is available upon request.  All contributions to the St. George's Society of Palm Beach are tax deductible in accordance with section 170 of the Code.

Marian Morgan

Assistant Treasurer

Founder

Our Mission

The St. George's Society of Palm Beach is a non-profit, charitable, and social organization.  The Society seeks to promote fellowship among its members as well as providing support for educational, social, and cultural efforts in England through activities and fundraising in Palm Beach County.  We support both local and English charities that promote positive exchanges between Palm Beach County and England.

  Executive Board

Maureen McGowan-Singer

Member-at-Large

Objectives

*To promote social, cultural, and educational interactions for members to enhance their experience within the society. 

*To foster a love of the history of England, the English language, and the English culture, traditions, and heritage that have influenced the unity between the United States and England.

*To promote educational, cultural, and business exchanges between the Palm Beaches and England.

"Dining Royally"

Save the date:  March 23rd

Event Chairs:  Lady Susan and Erick Reickert


 



Speaker:  Chef McGrady, former chef to HRM Queen Elizabeth II and Diana, Princess of Wales

Event details:  dinner will be favorites Chef McGrady created for the Royal Family,

Chef McGrady will actually be overseeing the preparation of the three course dinner, sharing his anecdotes with a slide show from his 15+ years of working in the Palace, and his book signing!