Monday, May 16, 2016

Read below about the "Lake Worth Arts Plan" and Phase 1 of the rollout.

Also note that last week's issue of The Lake Worth Herald featured important news for the Haitian American community, a County Update by Commissioner Shelley Vana, the "Simply Lake Worth" art exhibit, list of events, a picture montage from Mayor Pam Triolo's "National Day of Prayer", and so much more including ads for local businesses from all over town.

To subscribe to the Herald use this link or visit the City's news stand at the corner of 'L' Street and Lake Ave. in the downtown to pick up the print edition. Below is the news about the "Lake Worth Arts Plan":

     "Jan Rodusky, Chief Grants Officer for the Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches, Jan Baily-Bryant of Jan Stover and Associates and Priya Sircar of the Lord Cultural Resources are the professional team helping the community of Lake Worth through Phase 1 of the 'Lake Worth Arts Plan.'
     The team was engaged by the Cultural Council, located at 601 Lake Avenue. 
     Three other agencies have joined the Cultural Council of Palm Beach: the Community Foundation of the Palm Beaches and Martin Counties, the Lake Worth Arts (LULA) and the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). But, most importantly, it includes the residents of Lake Worth."

[and. . .]

     "This Arts Plan will be user friendly, functional, direct, and will provide protection for the future. Residents are welcomed and encouraged to visit the website for current news and updates. 
     This is your opportunity to shape the core of downtown’s future."