Manatee Boys & Girls Club Marks Milestone

By Mannix, Vin | Sarasota Herald Tribune, October 2, 2016 | Go to article overview

Manatee Boys & Girls Club Marks Milestone


Mannix, Vin, Sarasota Herald Tribune


VIN'S PEOPLE

Are you an alum of any of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County? A Boys & Girls Club alum from elsewhere in Florida? The nation?

You and folks around our community are invited to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County's 70th anniversary bash Friday, 6:30 p.m. to midnight at IMG Academy Golf Club, 4350 El Conquistador Parkway in Bradenton.

The celebration of the milestone benefits Boys & Girls Clubs, which have served our youth with the goal of enabling them to become productive, caring and responsible citizens. It's a cruise-themed event that includes an evening with dinner, silent auction, comedy show, music and dancing.

"All members of the community are invited, but there is special outreach to Boys & Girls Clubs alumni who live in the area," said development director Francine Diemer. "Whether an individual was a member in Manatee County, or in another part of the country, we would like them to consider coming to this event to celebrate the organization and its impact on children, both here and elsewhere."

For tickets and details about the 70th anniversary celebration, visit www.bgcmanatee.org or call 941-761-2582.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of America recently established an Alumni & Friends Club and memberships are available. Visit bgcalum.org.

- Palmetto's Henry Lawrence, unsung offensive right tackle for those Raider Super Bowl champions and who ought to be in the NFL Hall of Fame, is 65 years young. The man looks like he could still put on the pads.

- A salute to the recipients of Kiwanis International's George F. Hixson Award from the Bradenton Kiwanis Club. Honored for their leadership and volunteerism were Manatee County Commissioner Larry Bustle, Manatee School Board Chair Karen Carpenter, retired Judge Thomas Gallen and LeMoyne Johnson, owner of Johnson Photo Imaging. …

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