From the Chair . . . 

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

On behalf of the Neighborhood Association Presidents Council, Thank You to everyone who came out to celebrate our Neighborhoods at the NAPC 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Banquet last night. Karine Albano and the talented chefs and servers at South Shores Tavern were fabulous hosts to a packed house of Neighbors from all over the City. Celeste Governanti provided delicious pies for dessert and Mike Miller and Paul Millar re-created the awesome “turkey” veggie platter they introduced last year.

Thanks to Marshall Pass who headed up the 50/50 raffle and raised $715 from our most generous guests. Congratulations to Madlyn McKendry who held the winning ticket! Proceeds from the raffle are being shared with the First Congregational Church and North Grade Elementary School, each of whom are hosting Thanksgiving dinners for the less fortunate in our City. A mountain of canned goods were also collected at the door, courtesy again of our thoughtful dinner guests!

We were honored by the Electeds who came to share our feast; Mayor Pam Triolo, Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell and Commissioner John Szerdi along with West Palm Beach Commissioner, Shanon Materio. We thank Pastor Jason Fairbanks from the First Congregational Church who offered the blessing and Mel and Vinnie, who treated us all to a sing along with “It Feels Like Home To Me.” NAPC Vice Chair, Jon Faust kindly served as emcee for the evening.

This was a celebration of our Lake Worth Family of Neighbors in gratitude for the many blessings we share throughout the year and in hope that our many challenges will continue to bring us together as we all work to make Lake Worth the city of Neighbors we can always be proud to call our home.

Mary Lindsey
Chair, Neighborhood Association Presidents Council

Evening on the Avenues Is Back and Better Than Ever.

Evening on the Avenue has returned to the Lake Worth Cultural Plaza on the first and third Fridays of every month. Featuring great new bands along with food and specialty vendors. Also new this year is a Beer Garden in the Plaza with adult beverages and soft drinks served up by Neighborhood Association volunteers. 

The NAPC "Front Porch" will be on hand at every Evening on the Avenue event to welcome neighbors and visitors with news on neighborhood events and information on the Neighborhood Association that serves your area. Enjoy our game tables with Scrabble, Checkers, Dominoes, Yahtzee or a friendly game of cards along with fresh hot popcorn! 

Our friendly Neighborhood Hosts are happy to Welcome you! Stop in and relax in our comfortable chairs. See the new neighborhood banners and find your neighborhood on our NAPC map. The Neighborhood Guidebook filled with information on all the NAPC neighborhoods is always available on the "Front Porch".