Tuesday, January 19, 2016

What doesn't get said enough in Lake Worth: "Thank You for showing up."

Lake Worth Mayor Pam Triolo, Commissioner Andy Amoroso (center), and Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell on a cold night at the Cultural Plaza with children who attended this year's City MLK March.
Yesterday's Martin Luther King Day March was another special day in Lake Worth and a big Thank You! to everyone that showed up. I was unable to attend this year but was at last year's march. I'm told it was just as well-attended, or more so, than last year. I received a lot of pictures/accounts of all the festivities and events and the organizers did a spectacular job.

It's easy to forget when you attend an event all the work that goes into making it happen and the work doesn't stop there. Things have to put away for next year, the clean up, and the final checklist to make sure everything was taken care of. Everyone who showed up to march and others who helped organize this event all deserve a lot of credit and appreciation.


Anonymous said...

How did the photographer miss all the homeless vagrants in the plaza?
Did the photographer use a zombie lens? They all look scary but i guess they fit right in at the "Cultural Plaza" looking that way.

Anonymous said...

They are ever present. It is so important. THANK YOU Mayor Pam Triolo, Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell, and Commissioner Andy Amoroso. And thank you for the time and effort you put in Tallahassee last week. Thank you for keeping Lake Worth on the map and advocating for us all :)