Sunday, December 18, 2016

Yours Truly yesterday in Downtown Lake Worth. . . click on images to enlarge

The City, Ted Brownstein and the Kiwanis crew did a great job with the stage and sound system for “The Grinch”, a small part in a big show for all the kids.
And look who I saw! District 4 candidate Herman Robinson (left) and District 2 candidate Omari Hardy. . .
. . . and at the Cultural Council, “The Cottages of Lake Worth” book signing by Taylor (left), Janice, and “The Grinch” himself sneaks into the scene.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Every time I look at Herman he looks more & more like Captain Obvious.