Everyone is doing a great job getting their properties back into good shape. Keep Piling up all that debris. The city is going to start coming around and picking up those big piles, possibly starting today. They will probably have to take a couple passes to get it all. And they will be sweeping up the streets again next week.
Keep up the good work, everyone!
Since everyone is busy cleaning up the entire island, we are going to cancel the volunteer project that was scheduled for this Saturday, September 16th at the Rec Center.
Stay tuned for more updates!
We wanted to share the news that our Vice President, James Peppard, has passed. He was a good man who cared about his family, friends, and community.
If you would like to honor James’ memory, his family is holding a wake this evening, Tuesday, August 29th, from 6pm – 8pm at the David C. Cross Funeral Home. 830 N. Belcher Rd in Clearwater, 727-381-4911.
The funeral mass will be Wednesday, August 30th at 10am at St. Brendan Catholic Church, 245 Dory Passage in Clearwater, 727-442-5485.
Instead of flowers, the family is accepting donations at suncoasthospice.org in memory of James J. Peppard, Jr.
The family wants to thank everyone who has touched his life and honored his memory. He will be genuinely missed.
Don’t miss the last of this wonderful series!
April 12th from 5:30-6:30 at the Beach Library:
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium Biologist and Environmental Education team will explain what you can do to help protect endangered sea turtles.
Join us in celebrating Clearwater Neighborhoods Day! This Saturday, April 8th from 1-4pm in the open lot between 824 – 836 Bruce (just North of Verbena).
We will have a great sampling of food this year from a couple of the new restaurants:
Jamminz Beach Bar and The Floridian, check out the menus:Members, please bring a side to share and KONA Ice should be stopping by for dessert!
Our local firefighters and police officers will be in attendance and as always,
don’t forget to bring a chair!!
You DO NOT need a permit if:
• Event has less than 75 people.
• Event has no amplified sound or structures.
You WILL need a permit if:
• Event has more than 75 people.
• Event has amplified sound.
• Event involves structures or will have an impact on public property or facilities.
• Chairs are allowed on the beach.
• Setup/takedown needs to happen immediately before and after ceremony.
• Alcohol, glass, and open flames are NOT allowed on the beach.
• Beach activities north of Avalon street are not permitted.
Applications are available at (727)562-4700 ext. 0