The Yale Club of the Treasure Coast is the regional association of Yale alumni, students, parents and friends for the middle of Florida’s East Coast – from Stuart to Melbourne with its home in Vero Beach, Florida.


 About Us

The Yale Club of the Treasure Coast was originally organized in 1983 by Harry Walker and Ash Andon who were the 1st and 3rd Presidents. Our purpose is to promote a positive image of Yale through community focused good works and to foster a sense of camaraderie among our membership through speaker luncheons, and other social activities such as Yale-Harvard football game parties, Golf matches and Dinner Dances with other Ivy schools. Currently, we have over 80 dues paying members from Stuart to Melbourne, though primarily in Vero Beach, going back to the class of 1937.

For additional information please contact us at yaleclubtc.org  or 772-766-3285  or PO Box 643176, Vero Beach, FL 32964-3176.

Welcome Back for the 2016-2017 Season

If you haven’t paid your 2016-2017 Dues of $50 per couple or single yet, please do so soon. We encourage all Yale Alumni, undergraduate, graduate, parents or staff to join with us to enjoy the camaraderie, good food and drink, and many special events that are held here on the Treasure Coast during Season (Nov – May)

 January 16, 2017  “The History & Sound of Ragtime”   Bob Milne, America’s greatest living ragtime piano player played and sang songs from the barrel bars of the rural south to Scott Joplin’s “Maple Leaf Rag”  over lunch at Country Club of Vero Beach

February 13, 2017   Yale won the annual Yale Princeton Harvard Golf Tournament (scramble) at the  Vero Beach Country Club

February 28,  “Brain Research at Yale”   by Dr. Stephen Strittmatter, Director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at Yale Medical School.  Lunch at noon at Sea Oaks Beach Club.  $35 per person  guests welcome. rsvp to Yaleclubtc@gmail.org  or 772-766-3285

March 20, 2017 “How Powerful is China Economically & Politically?”  by Thomas Hout Y’64, Professor of University of Hong Kong School of Business & Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.  5:45 pm  at Johns Island Club.

April 4, 2017. Update on the health of the Lagoon by Dr. Edie Widder, Director ORCA, at the Environmental Learning Center.  Cocktails at 4:45, Prsentation at 5:15, guided river cruise from 6:30to 7:30 in advance of sunset at 7:45.   $45.  RSVP Yaleclubtc@gmail.com 

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