An evening of highs and lows. Sometimes like yesterday I knew I would not like what I saw as I have always advocated for saving the shuffleboard court. and on the bottom ck out the Video a big reasons. Out of sight out of mind, with the big fence across the south side of the property. Then I entered the domain of the Armory Annex well done guys, well done. The show hanging there I encourage every one to have a look see. It is good, actually better than what Cultural Center has right now. (former art critic, could not help myself)* As to the prices for artists to participate in this venue and have working space, that is an entirely different topic and still up in the air. Go see the show. Ah yes, the meeting, so many friends all artists of course. Entrepreneurs. CRA’s office was there, the City Mgr. as were two lending institutions presenting. If you can afford a 8.7 % loan good for you. Remember this is risky loaning for mostly first timers who usually fail first six mo. then your in-debt with a shattered dream. But lets not give up. I was hoping to see the CRA do a show and tell saying this is the area we have stuff available for you, if your willing to take the risk. NOT Then I went on to the Lake Worth Art League and was delighted to end my evening seeing an art demo. They do the art demo’s every 3rd Thursday of the month 7 p.m. gratis. This one was by member Lynn Pitard a known television artist. I was awed. I sweat a paint ing and she was loosie goosie and entertaining. No matter how long you been at a thing others who took a different road can always teach us something. LETS NOT FORGET THE VIDEO ON WHICH I BASE MY OPINION REGARDING THE SHUFFLEBOARD COURTS AND THE 400 SOME KIDS LIVING between royal Poinciana and Tropical Ridge. where shuffle board is located. Right now these four hundred range in the age of 1 to 11 years of age. Lakeside Ohio about the same size as Lake Worth.
So we really have to agree with each other? Not a friendship will sustain individual tastes and personality.