Last night was the kick-off for our new “Evening on the Avenue” it takes place every other Friday on our Cultural Plaza. The much anticipated celebration of our very successful Front Porch was also celebrated. If your new in town, don’t know what your neighborhood association is or want to connect with neighbors, sign in at this tent. The ALS challenge was done in triplicate. From here the pictures are but a snipped of some of what went on Friday night.. The dancing started early to the music. Strike up the band.How did our festivities turn out absolutely awesome. Here are the new banners, that now represent all our neighborhoods.
On hand were some of our area artists who had designed some of the banners.
That tower of cup cakes was irresistable. Our newest neighbor and totally committed to our hometown.
At the festivities were our neighbors and friends. Spotted well, so many I knew i.e. from our local PNC bank Carmen. Couldn’t catch up with everyone but here are a few of them.
Scrabble players were snookerd by Nadine Burns, Mark, Sam, and AnnaMaria didn’t have a chance. Every triple space, word or letter was commandiered by Nadine.
The large crowd in attendance went wild with anticipation. A triple ASL challenge, this was some contraption that delivered the icy waters. First to get doused were our ake Worth Beach power trio. Commissioner John Szerdi, our Mayor Pam Triollo, and Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell. Ambushe challenge went to Mark Pickering the Eden Place neighborhood Pres.. Mark Humm, Tropical Ridge Pres. and Royal Poinciana’s President Sarah Parr-MalegaHere is what this triple icy deluge looks like from the sideline. There were a few more and pictured here are 3 lovely servers from some of the downtown establishments. This was “Friday of the Avenue” now reinvented with great music to be scheduled for all future dates. Looking forward to some exceptional Friday “Evenings on the Avenue”
ahead. Thank You for a great evening. Our newest neighbor to Mango Grove, who found himself visiting the Front Porch, as it should be. Welcome
note: from your blogger . I prefer to call this quirky town Lake Worth Beach! That is the one amenity I use daily.