Monterey Owners Representative Assembly

The Monterey Owners Representative Assembly (MORA) was formed shortly after the complex was completed in 1972. The Assembly is intended to be the voice of the owners in relationship with the Board of Directors. Owners in each of the fifty one buildings are to select one of their group and an alternate to represent them on the Assembly. Each building has one vote in matters brought before the Assembly at regular meetings. A quorum of 26 Representatives must be present to conduct official business of the Assembly.

The elected Officers of the Assembly are:

  • Chairman
  • Vice Chairman
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

(See MYACC Contacts)

MORA holds regular monthly meetings during the season (Nov. – April) to disseminate community information and present a forum for discussion of issue of interest to the Owners. Additionally, MORA annually presents a New Owners Meeting, a Renter’s Meeting and a Wine & Cheese Reception for the MYCC Board of Directors.

Funding for MORA is provided by a voluntary annual Owners contribution of $2.00 per person.

Thank you for your support,
MORA Executive Committee

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Monterey Yacht and Country Club layout showing unit locations and executive golf links.

Monterey Yacht and Country Club Layout

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Aerial View of Monterey and the St. Lucie River:

Monterey Yacht & Country Club is a 55 or better adult condominium association in Stuart, Florida. Stuart is on the Southeast Coast between Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach.

The community consists of 51 condominium buildings with a private nine hole executive golf course, club house, swimming pool and yacht club.

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Monterey 2014 Activity Calendar

Revised 2/27/14

MORA Activities

Meetings, monthly on first Monday, 7 p.m.
November through April
Building Reps Coffee-January 13
Renters and New Owners Coffee-Jan 17
Wine and Cheese to Honor BOD-Feb 16

Social Activities

Costume Karaoke Party-Oct. 31
After Scramble Dinner Dance-Nov. 9
Triva Party – Nov. 30
Hope Rural School Coffee-Dec. 3
Karaoke Night-Jan. 17
Italian Night-Feb. 2
Second Time Around Sale-Feb. 1
Kayak/Canoe Cookout-Feb. 5
Vegas Night-Feb. 22
Kayak/Canoe Cookout Mar. 8
St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance-Mar. 17
MYCC Picnic-Mar. 26
Tax Day Party-Apr. 15

Mixed Golf Scrambles

November 9
December 14
January 4, 18, and 25
February 8 and 22
March 8 and 22
April 5

Women’s Golf Calendar

November 9
December 14
January 4, 18, and 25
February 8 and 22
March 8 and 22
April 5

Men’s Golf Calendar

Shootout One-Jan. 14
Rally for the Cure-Jan. 21
Masters-Jan. 27 and 28, Feb. 1
Masters Lunch-Feb. 1
Championship-Feb. 11, 13, 20
Shootout Two-Mar. 11
Awards Luncheon-Mar. 12



Sat Jan. 4 Scramble – Mixed Golf
Mon Jan. 6 MORA Meeting
Fri Jan. 10 Couples Golf
Mon Jan. 13 Building Reps Coffee
Tues Jan. 14 Men’s Shootout, 1
Wed Jan. 15 Welcome Back Lunch, WG
Thurs Jan. 16 DOO Wop Party
Fri Jan. 17 New Owners/Renters Coffee
Sat Jan. 18 Scramble, Council on Aging
Tues Jan. 21 Rally for the Cure (and Lunch)
Fri Jan. 24 Couples Golf
Sat Jan. 25 Scramble, Kayak/Canoe Club
Sun Jan. 26 Bocce Breakfast
Mon Jan. 27 Men’s Golf Masters, 1 of 3
Tues Jan. 28 Men’s Golf Masters, 2 of 3
Thurs Jan. 30 Set-up, 2nd Time Around Sale
Fri Jan. 31 Set-up, 2nd Time Around Sale
Fri Jan. 31 Men's Masters, 3 of 3/Luncheon
Sat Feb. 1 Second Time Around Sale
Sun Feb. 2 Italian Night
Mon Feb. 3 MORA Meeting
Tues Feb. 4 Women's Shootout
Wed Feb. 5 Kayak/Canoe Club Cookout
Sat Feb. 8 Scramble, Beautification
Tues Feb. 11 Men’s Club Championship, 1 of 4
Thurs Feb. 13 Men’s Club Championship, 2 of 4
Fri Feb. 14 Couples Golf
Sun Feb. 16 BOD Wine and Cheese
Tues Feb. 18 Men’s Club Championship, 3 of 4
Thurs Feb. 20 Men’s Club Championship, 4 of 4
Sat Feb. 22 Scramble – Mixed Golf
Sat Feb. 22 Vegas Night
Mon Feb. 24 Women’s Classic
Tues Feb. 25 Women's Classic and Social
Fri Feb. 28 Couples Golf
Sat Mar. 1 Annual Owners Meeting
Sun Mar. 2 Bocce Breakfast
Mon Mar. 3 MORA Meeting
Wed Mar. 5 TCCA
Wed Mar. 5 Women's Tournament, 1 of 3
Sat Mar. 8 Scramble, Hospice
Sat Mar. 8 Kayak/Canoe Club Cookout
Tues Mar. 11 Men’s Shootout, 2
Wed Mar. 12 Women's Tournament, 2 of 3
Wed Mar. 12 Men’s Awards Luncheon
Fri Mar. 14 Couples Golf
Mon Mar. 17 St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance
Wed Mar. 19 Women's Tournament, 3 of 3
Sat Mar. 22 Scramble – Mixed Golf
Wed Mar. 26 MYCC Picnic
Thurs Mar. 27 Women's Banquet
Fri Mar. 28 Couples Golf
Sat Apr. 5 Scramble – Mixed Golf
Sat Apr. 5 Karaoke Party
Mon Apr. 7 MORA Meeting
Tue Apr. 15 Tax Day Party
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Contact MYCC

Monterey Yacht & Country Club

1991 SW Palm City Road 
Stuart, FL 34994 
(772) 283-7600 
Fax (772) 283-1415



NOTE: All estoppel requests must be sent by regular mail to the above address, attention of Laurie Scarpa.

View the MYACC Staff Bios

Board of Directors

Gene Ferretti – President
Kathy Brose – Vice President
Tom Andrews – Secretary
Lorraine DeNeill – Treasurer

Kim Ryan – Director
Diane McIntyre – Director
Ron Longo – Director


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About MYCC

Monterey Yacht & Country Club was laid out by a developer in the year 1970 in an overgrown field used as a horse corral! Just three years later all 510 condominiums, ten units in each of the 51 buildings, were sold, and Monterey was energetically establishing a lifestyle that still flavors the 55-and-over community of today.

The nine-hole executive golf course which threads its way throughout the complex is the pride and joy of the residents, who simply “sign up” whenever they want to play. It’s a narrow, tricky course that even Monterey’s better players never tire of. Unsuspecting outsiders find it a challenge, only partly because of six strategically located ponds. Men’s and women’s golf leagues provide weekly competition, and frequent Saturday “scrambles” mix up the skill levels and bring unexpected results.

Also at full throttle during the season is the pool, where residents take part in daily organized exercise, swim laps, or recline on poolside lounge chairs. Umbrella tables provide the setting for sprightly games of cards and “rummy cubes” during the afternoon.

A place brimming with motion and enterprise, Monterey is basically run by volunteers who bring to life an ever-expanding spectrum of interests and activities befitting an “active adult community,” from dance parties, pinochle lessons, and bingo to an improved exercise room and newly formed canoe and kayak club. For every gathering it is well understood that “Everybody Is Welcome.”

Let there be no mistake, though; it is the people of Monterey who make the difference. Maybe it’s luck, maybe it’s heaven’s plan, but from the very beginning and continuing throughout its history, Monterey has attracted quality people with heart and sparkle, with courtesy and culture, with friendliness and energy. This is Monterey. There is no better place to call home.

River Walk, Stuart, FL

Stuart, Florida, between Vero Beach and West Palm Beach on the Treasure Coast, with the natural beauty of the wide St. Lucie River surrounding it on three sides, was settled in the 1870’s and called Potsdam. In 1895 the area was renamed Stuart when the Florida East Coast Railway came through.

Stuart is known internationally as the “Sailfish Capital of the World,” with superb fishing readily available from countless area marinas. Stuart offers miles of beautiful, uncrowded, sandy beaches with ample parking and access. It also boasts a conservative development plan that avoids high rises by restricting construction to less than four stories on Hutchinson Island and throughout the county. Across the St. Lucie River to the east is Sewall’s Point, the peninsular site of some of the most prestigious homes on Florida’s east coast. Across the Indian River, where the Atlantic Ocean and the rivers converge, is Hutchinson Island and the famous gated community of Sailfish Point. Surrounding cities include Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, and Port Salerno.

Downtown Stuart is the charming setting of the city’s historic district, the original village settled by the first visitors to Martin County. Shops range from antiques and collectibles, objects d’art, gift items, and wearable art to fine eating establishments and cocktail lounges. For the popular seasonal street fairs, when recognized artists and craftsmen display and sell their work, the blocked-off roads are milling with art lovers, many tending baby strollers and stylish dogs on leashes.

The nearby scenic River Walk, where frequent free outdoor concerts are held, allows visitors a panoramic view of the St. Lucie. The downtown Lyric Theater, built as a silent movie house in 1926, today attracts more than 80,000 theater goers annually for its full slate of concerts, shows, and cultural events. The Arts Council, a leader in the arts community for over 25 years, provides services to artists, arts organizations, students, and the public.

What’s your idea of the good life? Whatever your vision of retirement, make Monterey a stopover before you fix on a final destination.