Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Tomorrow. Every Wednesday at Brogues in Downtown Lake Worth: Weekly meeting of Lake Worth Rotary.

The Lake Worth Rotary has been serving and continues to serve our City for over 90 years.

Question: What are you doing this Wednesday at noon?

Front cover from the 50th anniversary of Rotary.

“The Lake Worth Rotary always has their doors open to new membership. If you are interested in becoming a Rotarian, please don’t be shy and come visit us.”

     “We meet at Brogues DownUnder for lunch every Wednesday (621 Lake Ave. in Downtown Lake Worth). It is always an honor to have a new guest to share a joyful experience including a beautiful lunch while our weekly guest speaker shares productive information regarding current events. We want our guests to feel comfortable and among friends.”

Would you like to contact the Lake Worth Rotary Club for more information? Call Ron Leeds at 561-969-9600 or use this link. Below are more historic images from the Rotary’s 50th Anniversary publication in 1977.

Two more images (click on to enlarge):

Inside the front cover.

And. . .

An advertisement in the book.

If you are a new resident in the City of Lake Worth attending Rotary meetings is a great way to learn more about this City. And if you would like to get the word out about a project or community efforts you will have opportunities to address the attendees to explain what you are doing and what you hope to achieve.

For example, at a Rotary meeting several years ago Yours Truly gave a presentation about “The Cottages of Lake Worth” effort which had formed 5 years prior. This book is in its 2nd printing.

The first Cottages book was delivered to City Hall:

Book Coordinator Janice Snearer (center) gives
City Manager Michael Bornstein and Economic Development Director Dolores Key an early
at “The Cottages” book.