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Happy Birthday Lake Worth

posted Jul 9, 2013, 2:42 PM by Tropical Ridge Neighborhood Association

You could tell that this years celebration was extra special the minute you arrived for the gathering of the rafts. If you have ever been to a 4th of July celebration in Lake Worth before you would be able to feel the difference. From the buzzing of electricity in the air, to the laughter and calls of comradeship between the competing teams. This day was special.
Check out the photos of the costumes and rafts in 'photos'.
The crowd that turned out to cheer the teams on as they paraded down Lake Ave turned to follow us down to Bryant Park. They were treated to quite a show - or I should say shows
With a strong headwind going out Tropical Ridge La Goonies put their hearts , lungs, backs and muscles into the job of winning. Unfortunately it wasn't to be, but it wasn't for lack of effort. Thank you La Goonie crew.
Congratulations South Palm Park for winning not only the practice run but also 'the real thing'.
Mango Grove did a fabulous job entertaining the audience to 70's music and dancing (good memories).
Then it was on to the food and family fun.
Of course the evening wound up with a dazzling burst of color, stars and noise. For me it was the best display yet especially as it was the first display my grand children had really enjoyed and boy did they "Ooooo" , "Ahhhhh", and scream happily as they watched the clouds of magic pour down over our heads.
Happy birthday Lake Worth and many more. 

Lake Worth 4th of July 2013

posted Jun 24, 2013, 11:07 AM by Tropical Ridge Neighborhood Association

Just a reminder the City of Lake Worth will be celebrating their 100th Anniversary with the biggest 4th of July festival ever. 
Festivities start at 10:00am with the parade of rafts. Rafts from local neighborhoods and organizations will travel from 'J' street and Lake Avenue to Bryant Park where at 11:00 they will compete in the Centennial Championship Raft Race.
Activities, music, food and fun will continue all day in Bryant Park culminating in Lake Worth's annual fireworks display at 9:00pm.
This celebration has something for everyone in the family so I hope you'll come and enjoy it with us.

TRNA - Important Events - June 2013

posted Jun 24, 2013, 10:49 AM by Tropical Ridge Neighborhood Association

There are two meetings this week that are very important for those of us who care about our neighborhood.
Tuesday, June 25th, 6:00pm at City Hall the CRA is meeting to discuss local transportation. All are welcome. The CRA is looking for doable transportation ideas that will make our city more vibrant and livable for all.
Wednesday, June 26th, 6:00pm at the Shuffleboard Courts the CRA is having their first meeting of the Neighborhood Enhancement Team. All are welcome, especially residents who live west of Dixie Highway. The object is to discuss our visions for our neighborhoods and put our needs and wants into a doable plan of action. Any questions call them at 561-493-2550 

Candidate Forum this Monday the 24th Sept

posted Sep 18, 2012, 1:13 PM by Ryan Anderson

Mango Groves is pleased to announce that we will be partnering with our friends from the Eden Place, College Park and 
Parrot Cove Neighborhood Associations in sponsoring a Candidate Forum on Monday, September 24th. The forum will 
be held at our new polling place, the First Congregational Church, 1415 North K Street from 6 - 9 PM.
Candidates Christopher McVoy and James Stafford are on the November ballot for the District 2 Commission Seat. They 
have agreed to participate and will answer questions submitted by those in attendance at the meeting. No questions will 
be submitted in advance of the meeting. John Szerdi, the unopposed candidate for the District 4 seat will participate by 
making a statement and all Candidates have agreed to remain after the Forum for a Social Hour during which Residents 
will have the opportunity to speak with candidates directly.

Everyone is invited to attend and submit questions for the candidates, but preference will be given to those questions 
from Residents of the four sponsoring Neighborhood Associations in attendance that night. Representatives from each 
of the 4 Neighborhood Associations will select questions from those submitted and may combine duplicate questions or 
eliminate any questions they deem inappropriate. Once again this year, our neighbor, John Paxman has agreed to serve 
as Moderator for the Forum.

Campaign literature, brochures, palm cards, t-shirts etc. are permitted, however no candidate yard signs may be placed 
on Church Property or brought into the Fellowship Hall. This Forum will be conducted with mutual regard for all the 
common courtesies and respect our candidates and neighbors deserve. Neighborhood Associations do not take a 
position and neither endorses nor opposes any candidate. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for Neighbors to 
become well informed on matters of consequence to us all.

ALL Lake Worth voters are eligible to vote for ALL Commission seats, regardless of where they live in the City of Lake 
Worth.  Information regarding the new precincts and new polling places as well as information about absentee and early 
voting in the November General Election will be distributed at the meeting.

After the question and answer period and closing statements from the Candidates for District 2, everyone is invited to 
remain for a social hour at which light refreshments and an array of goodies, generously donated by Kilwin's will be 
served. Many of our local businesses have donated fabulous door prizes and these will be awarded during that time. 
Winners must be present for the drawing to receive a door prize. So please save the date and please feel free to share 
this information with our friends and neighbors all over Lake Worth who may not be on our email distribution list.

For more information, please email: mangogrovesna@gmail.com

The 2012 Candidate Forum
Sponsored by: College Park, Eden Place, Mango Groves and Parrot Cove Neighborhood Associations

Monday, September 24th 6PM - 9PM
First Congregational Church
1415 North K Street

The great American Raft Race - 4th of July

posted May 26, 2012, 7:04 AM by Ryan Anderson


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Downtown Explosion - 4th of July

posted May 26, 2012, 7:02 AM by Ryan Anderson


Memorial Marker - MGNA

posted May 26, 2012, 7:01 AM by Ryan Anderson


Spaghetti Dinner Fund Raiser - PBSO

posted May 26, 2012, 6:59 AM by Ryan Anderson


SPECIAL ROLOH MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

posted May 26, 2012, 6:58 AM by Ryan Anderson

Co-Sponsored by ROLOH and LOPC

Everything thing you need to know on the up coming Hurricane Season presented by:

Michael Ehrenberg 
CBS12 Meteorologist 

June 16th at 1 PM @ Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church  - Corner of 6th Ave South and Sunset

Due to limited seating RSVP is required to rolohlakeworth@gmail.com or by calling 909-8708 leave your name, phone and address. Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church Members can RSVP to LOPC Office.  

Based on the response on who would like to attend will determine which room the church will place us in so please RSVP ASAP :-)  Many Thanks

Earth Day Peace Jam

posted Apr 19, 2012, 10:35 AM by Jessica   [ updated Apr 19, 2012, 10:36 AM ]

Earth Day Peace Jam returns to downtown Lake Worth on Saturday, April 21st featuring family fun, kids’ activities, exhibits, artists, make and take crafts and an exciting line up of live acoustic and jam bands. The festival runs from noon – 9 PM with various children’s activities from noon to 5 PM, featuring an “all-in” drumming circle at 1 PM and Earth Ball Games at 2 PM. Plan on a day of celebration, music, green exhibits, art sale, healthy food and earth-friendly fun. The Cultural Plaza is located at Lake Avenue and M Street, across from the Lake Worth library. Admission is free.

 Exhibits will range from county wide conservation projects to solar energy, rain barrels and Florida wildlife.

 Peace Jam is sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Lake Worth, the Downtown Cultural Alliance and the City of Lake Worth.

 Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. There are over 350,000 members in 84 countries.

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