Wednesday, March 11, 2020

**MEETING POSTPONED** Special Parrot Cove March Meeting - Lake Worth Playhouse-Speakers State Attorney Aronberg & County Mayor Kerner

Announcement from the Parrot Cove Neighborhood Association:

Please be advised that the Board of Directors of Parrot Cove has opted to postpone the meeting and reschedule our two guest speakers. Given the current concerns surrounding the Corona Virus and recent developments in Florida and here in Palm Beach County (such as the guy who knew he had it and took a flight through PBI anyway), we do not feel there would be strong attendance and many would miss out on hearing from County Mayor Kerner and State Attorney Aronberg.

So for that reason, we feel it best to reschedule when more will be willing to attend.

Vote "YES" on Question #3 - March 17th Election



Monday, March 9, 2020

Community Crime Walk. Save the date and time: March 14th from 3:00–5:00.


Here is a message from PBSO District 14 Cpt. Todd Baer:

For contact information and to learn more about PBSO District 14 in the City of Lake Worth Beach click on this link.

Press Release. LWB Public Library with exciting news: CloudLibrary service.



Lake Worth Beach — Over 97,000 eBooks and eAudiobooks available with Lake Worth Beach Public Library’s new CloudLibrary service. Residents will be able to access eBooks with their Lake Worth Beach Public Library card using the cloudLibrary app (see link below).

The cloudLibrary app is easy to use on a mobile device, computer or tablet. Apps are downloaded directly from the Apple Store or Google Play. Other options include downloading the app for Windows PC or Mac OS X. Once the app is downloaded a user can log in with their library card number and then browse and borrow eBooks. Borrowed books will remain available through the app for up to 2 weeks.

The CloudLibrary app is available using this link: https://www.yourcloudlibrary.com/

For information about CloudLibrary or to learn how to get a library card residents should contact the library by calling 561-533-7354 or send an email to: lwblibrary@lakeworthbeachfl.gov


To learn more about the LOCAL library in Lake Worth Beach click on this link. This public facility is closed on Sundays and Mondays and open on Tuesday–Saturday from noon–6:00.

Discerning shoppers shop at World Thrift: Taste, style, fashion and shoes!


  Wednesday at World Thrift
is Senior Citizens Day in
Lake Worth Beach!


Shoppers at World Thrift want to know,

“What’s the difference between an Anarchist and an Apatharchist?” Find out the answer below.


People are getting confused because Anarchists and Apatharchists look so alike. In fashion there is the Anarch-style and many of those items are For-Sale at World Thrift. But what makes Apatharchists so different is they,

“Don’t give a ■■■■■ ■■■ ■■■■■■■■ about politics any more!”

Basically, the Apatharchist is a former Anarchist who got tired of attending all those meetings all the time and being told what to do. After hours and hours wondering who is snitching on who many former Anarchists come down with a case of “apathy”: an absence of passion, emotion or excitement.


Apathy  +  Passionless Anarchist  =  Apatharchist.


Apatharchists are more concerned about coffee prices at Starbucks, lobbying IKEA to open a store on Dixie Hwy., talking about real estate and wondering what’s the deal with ‘kicks’ when there are so many other styles of shoes for a woman to choose from?

Every Wednesday is Senior Citizen Day at World Thrift in Lake Worth Beach!


The competition is on for best parking spots, the best shopping spots and restaurants too.

The BIG DAYS at World Thrift are Monday (when all the new and really great stuff is out) and Wednesday (Senior Citizen Day). So you’ll want to get in line early on those days.

The hip and cool World Thrift opened up 4½ years ago. And things have never been the same.

World Thrift, if you didn’t know by now, is located at 2425 N. Dixie Hwy in Lake Worth Beach, open Monday–Saturday, 9:00–6:00 and closed on Sunday. Call 561-588-4050 for more information. Use this link to see some of the incredible fashion and garments available for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN!

Following your shopping experience pack your stuff in the car and walk across the street for lunch or dinner at Tacos Al Carbon. It’s the new hot spot everybody is raving about in Central PBC and the latest stop on the Taste History Culinary Tour!

As far as all the other Millennials go, not quite enamored with the Anarchist lifestyle. . .


Are you a Millennial Hipster looking for a place that’s “up and coming”? Do you want to stand out? Make yourself noticed? By definition a Hipster is born about 1980, and is attracted to up-and-coming cities: that’s Lake Worth Beach, Florida!

Having World Thrift located here makes all the sense in the world now. The New Times rated World Thrift one of the best thrift stores ever:


[I]t remains the only place in town to score a vintage silk kimono, a $3.99 collection of mint-condition '70s-era teen magazines, a plethora of options for the next ugly Christmas sweater party, and a White House Black Market dress with the tags still on for ten bucks, all in one afternoon.


However, the looming question remains: are Hipsters really hip and why do they all seem to look alike? Or are they really raging non-conformists who have all conformed?


There are other options as well. You can take another path like the Anarchist Millennials:

Look closely at the written instructions on how
and when to empty the poop bucket. And who
knows, you might even catch an Anarchist

musical while you’re in town.

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Lake Worth Beach Mayor Pam Triolo’s State of the City Address.


Save The Date!

Here is a message from the City of Lake Worth Beach:


Please join us Thursday, March 12th as Mayor Pam Triolo presents the annual State of the City address in the Lake Worth Beach Casino Ballroom at 6:00 ᴘᴍ.

The Mayor will be discussing the City’s current progress and presenting her vision for the coming year. Before and after the Mayor’s address City departments will have tables set up with information about their work and staff members will be available to answer questions.

Guests will have the opportunity to learn more about what is being done every day to improve the lives of all who reside in or visit the City. Free parking will be available at the Lake Worth Casino and Beach Complex starting at 5:30 ᴘᴍ. Seating and parking will be provided on a first come first serve basis. Admission is free.


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Have a question or comment for the mayor? Click on this link for contact information.

City of Lake Worth Beach, Florida, will host the 2020 NLC Small Cities Council Conference.


The National League of Cities (NLC) is a nonpartisan, “voice of cities, towns, and villages representing more than 200 million people.”


Lake Worth Beach is seeking sponsors for this important event. For more details about this conference at the end of this blog post is contact information.

Here is the message from LWB City Manager Michael Bornstein, two excerpts:


We are proud to announce the City of Lake Worth Beach has been selected as Host City for the 2020 National League of Cities (NLC) Small Cities Council Conference scheduled for July 15–18, 2020.

This conference will bring together mayors and city council members from municipalities with populations of 50,000 or less from across the nation to provide opportunities to learn and network through a variety of expert presentations, tours and best practices. The conference theme is SMALL CITIES IN BIG PLACES. By NLC definition, eighty-two percent of Palm Beach County's municipalities are small cities. We look forward to the opportunity to showcase Lake Worth Beach as well as our sister cities.

We ask for your support as a sponsor to make this event extraordinary. We know our efforts will go even further with your organization as a sponsor. We have categorized our needs into four (4) sponsorship categories (Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze).

and. . .


Your support and sponsorship is extremely valued and appreciated. With you by our side at this upcoming event, we are sure to highlight our community in a way that will make us stand out as a destination. We are hopeful your organization can collaborate with us as a sponsor. Please complete the application attached at your earliest convenience so we may begin including your logo on our marketing material.


Sponsorship information.


The sponsorships available are Platinum ($10K+), Gold ($7–10K), Silver ($3–7K), and Bronze (< $3K).

The Platinum sponsorship includes logo inclusion on event flyers and billboard, sponsor acknowledgement and distribution of promotional material during the event, recognition of business on City social media and additional benefits.

For more information contact Project Manager Jessica Savidge at 561-586-1674 or send an email to: jsavidge@lakeworthbeachfl.gov

Hymn of the Good Samaritan. A Christian prayer to inspire and teach.*


From every race and land,


The victim of our day,
Abused and hurt by human hands,
Are wounded on lifes way.

The priest and Levite pass
And find not time to wait.
The pressing claims of living call;
They leave them to their fate.

But one of different faith
To care he felt compelled.
His active love like Jesus’ own
Uplifted, healed and held.

May this example lead,
Inspire and teach us all
That we may find in others’ faith. . .

The God on whom we call.


*From The Interfaith Prayer Book (compiled by Ted Brownstein), expanded 2nd edition (2014), p. 69, a “selection of prayers from six religious traditions: Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Muslim and Bahá’í” [expanded edition includes prayers from native African, native American, Zoroastrian, Taoist, Confucian, Shinto, Jain and Sikh faiths].