Mikey Berg, a senior at Anclote High School in Holiday, Florida, received the Sons of the American Revolution Bronze Good Citizenship Medal Tuesday, May 15, from Dr. Bob Cundiff, past-president of the Clearwater SAR Chapter.
Hundreds of students, family members and school personnel attended the annual awards ceremony.
The award, given by the SAR since 1895, honors outstanding individuals who display qualities of patriotism, volunteerism, and leadership.
Photo by Dave Wright.
At the Clearwater Beach Library and Recreation Center Wednesday, Residents of Clearwater Beach and Island Estates came to talk with Clearwater City Council member Dr. Bob Cundiff.
Dr. Bob enjoyed talking with Clearwater librarians at the beach library today.
Cundiff visits each of Clearwater’s five libraries twice a year in order to better keep in touch with residents of Clearwater.
The last luncheon of the spring for the Clearwater Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution met Wednesday at the Dunedin Golf Club.
The chapter was pleased to have Daughters of the American Revolution members from Caladesi, Clearwater and Boca Ceiga Chapters.
Holocaust survivor Lisl Porges Schick was the featured speaker.
Jenna DeMott gave a short report from the Clearwater Harbor Chapter of the Children of the American Revolution.
All members of these organizations have ancestors who were active in the American Revolution.
Dr. Bob Cundiff is a past-president of the Clearwater Chapter.
If you have a few minutes, stop by the Clearwater Beach Library and visit with Clearwater Council member Dr. Bob Cundiff on Wednesday, May 16, from 4-5p.m.
He’ll bring the coffee–you bring the questions.
Dr. Bob visits each of the five city libraries twice during the year, to give residents a chance to meet with him, ask questions and become better informed on what’s going on in city government, from a council member’s perspective.
Active every day around the City of Clearwater, Dr. Bob wishes to learn about each area of the city, each neighborhood. Library visits are just one way to do that.
He can’t make it to all the neighborhood association meetings because of his teaching schedule at St. Petersburg College, but he would like to hear from you if you have any questions or comments about Bright and Beautiful from Bay to Beach, Clearwater, Florida.
At The Salvation Army Clearwater Community Worship Center, the 13th annual William E. Hale Memorial Community Prayer Breakfast this morning brought hundreds of people to pray.
From Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos and the Clearwater City Council, many other city, county and state officials to retired teachers, business executives and law enforcement officers, the community gathered to pray.
Those gathered prayed for our community and caregivers, youth and families, community leaders, officials and members of the armed forces.
The guest speaker was Gary A. Regoli, President & CEO Achieva Credit Union.
At sunset on Clearwater Beach, hundreds of visitors are enjoying the 9th Annual Clearwater Beach Taste Fest.Dozens of restaurants are gathered at Pier 60 Park, serving samples of their cuisine.
The event was sponsored by the Clearwater Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Fireworks is next!
At the 20th Annual Prayer Breakfast of Pinellas County, Minister Isaiah Myrick was the Keynote Speaker.
The 23-year-old speaker encouraged his audience to trust in God and pray for salvation and deliverance–personally and in our community.
Myrick attends the New Destiny Worship Center.
From the Clearwater City Council was Mayor George Cretekos and council members Hoyt Hamilton and Bob Cundiff.
Mayor Cretekos read a proclamation from the city recognizing the day of prayer.
Clearwater Chief of Police Dan Slaughter also attended.
The Clearwater Police Department Honor Guard presented the flags.
Dr. Psalms Mack led the prayer breakfast.
The prayer breakfast was sponsored by the Pinellas Ladies Prayer Committee of Florida.
The breakfast was held in Matheos Hall at The Holy Church Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Clearwater.