It was a fun-filled week of Earth Day activities for The Island School kids.
One day the kids split into groups to cover cleaning up the grounds of the Boca Grande Community Center and the beach, one day they held a peaceful Earth Day demonstration through town ... they even ate dirt and worms for dessert at the after-school program!
On Monday, April 22 island residents filled the Boca Grande Community Center auditorium and donned some pretty funky glasses to view a presentation by Bob Zeller called “The Civil War in 3-D.” Zeller is the president of the Center for Civil War Photography, and is one of the country’s leading authorities on the imagery of the Civil War. It was part of Civil War Reflections week, sponsored by the Friends of the Boca Grande Community Center.
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A “Bon Voyage” progress report for my many island community friends. It is a bit long, my apologies.
Dave Dignam and Eric Fogo of Key Agency Insurance and Dave Wampler of Wampler Insurance and Financial Group have announced the affiliation of the two firms, effective May 1.
“We all continue to provide the quality insurance, and financial services our clients have come to expect. We are all pleased to welcome Dave, and add him to the Key Agency team,” explained Dignam.
“I’m excited about joining with Key Agency and feel we have a lot to offer the community,” Wampler said.
Shown above are Dave Wampler, Janine Livesey and Richy Edwards from the Boca Grande office of Key Agency. For more information call the Boca Grande office at 964-1500.
On behalf of the Friends of Boca Grande Community Center we would like to thank all those who participated in the Civil War Reflections Symposium.
The Board of the Gasparilla Island Conservation and Improvement Association, at its regular meeting on April 19, endorsed the plan developed by the Gasparilla Inn & Club for revitalizing the median strip on Gilchrist Avenue between 5th Street and 1st Street.
The Gasparilla Inn Gilchrist Parking Plan represents the sharpest calculations of the commercial interests of the village, and I included the Protestant churches in this characterization, to the exclusion of the neighbors.
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