A new leaf is turned as we celebrated and now look forward to the coming year. This past week began with the release of a new book about our Lake Worth Beach treasures. The days that count and it’s good to be reminded. It puts a positive spin on the future.
The late afternoon showers made us adjust, had planned so carefully as to what time I was to be at the plaza.
Missed the celebration but, caught up with our new Captain of District 14 Captain Baer and his family making the rounds. It turned into an unexpected evening. Flaming Clay Metal Stone Gallery had their own event, a mini Renaissance Fest. Costumes were encouraged.
Just following along with what I had posted as a “to do list”, for this weekend and YOU do not want to miss. So, we come to The Crime Walk organized by Tammy Pansa and here then we got to meet our Captain Silva who is departing and our new Captain Baer . It was well attended and there was a representative from every Lake Worth neighborhood even some from the unincorporated part of Lake Worth.
College Park present and accounted and South Palm Park
These books Welcoming Capt. Baer and our best regards to Capt. Silva are circulating. If you wish to add your auspicious wishes contact Mary Lindsey.
Now on to Benny’s at the Beach for the Wrap Party. Back to normal and ALREADY looking forward to next years Raft Race. Someone asked me what is the theme for the next one. OHHHH that won’t be determined till about 3 weeks prior to, as to level the playing field so to speak.
“Our neighborhoods my have boundaries but not our friendships”. That quote is attributed to Mary Lindsey. And a good time was had by all as we watched on the super screen recount all the highlights of the Rif Raft Race 2015.