Monday, February 11, 2019

Congresswoman Lois Frankel: “Proudly Serving Florida’s 21st District”.


Quick! If you are a political junkie, a question: When does the term of Congresswoman Frankel end?


And another one. Are you in Congressional District 21?

One more. Would you believe a Cottages of Lake Worth hardcover book made it to the U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C.?

Already the public is focusing on the 2020 Primary and General Election in Palm Beach County. Gee wiz, and we’re not even past the March municipal elections yet!

So you may be wondering, is Congresswoman Lois Frankel on the ballot next year? No. Frankel is not up for re-election until 2021 if she chooses to run once again.

Do you know all of the areas in Palm Beach County that make up the 21st District in the U.S. House of Representatives? For example, the little City of Lake Worth lies with the 21st Congressional District.


To see the district map and more information about Congresswoman Lois Frankel click on this link.

The Honorable Congresswoman Frankel (center) at her Congressional office in Washington, D.C. with smiling staff and interns. Now look real closely at the table with the books. Do you see anything familiar?
If not, click on the image to enlarge.

Do you see it now? It’s The Cottages ofLake Worth hardcover book!  


In memory of Dean Sherwin. He lives on in our memories and in our history as well. Sadly, Dean passed away before seeing this book get published.

It was due to volunteers such as Dean, his hard work and dedication, that the story of “The Cottages of Lake Worth” was finally told.