2018-2019 Key Pasadena Golf Club Estates Dates (including Halloween and Neighborhood Party)

2018-1019 Schedule of Events Sept. 1st- Membership Renewal - Drive Starts Sept. 13th – Board Meeting Oct. 11th – General Meeting, w/ Neighborhood Watch update Oct. 25th – Volunteer pre- party planning meeting Oct. 31st – Halloween Weenie Roast and Pot Luck Party and Membership Drive Nov. 8th - Board Meeting Nov. 29th - Volunteer... Continue Reading →

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August Update: letter from our civic group president

PGCECG President’s Letter for August Dear Neighbors, Happy August. I hope you are all having an enjoyable summer or at least staying cool and dry. Like many Floridians, we took a sliver of time for a vacation to a cooler place last month. It’s great to have neighbors that you can call on to pick... Continue Reading →

Vital Back-to-School Info for Pinellas County

School District asks parents to update contact information The school district needs accurate contact information to send parents information about emergencies or severe weather; school or district events; and special application opportunities. To update your phone and email address: Visit https://reservation.pcsb.org and log in with your parent username and password. If you do not have a parent... Continue Reading →

Matt the Cat is FOUND

Good news update: Matt the Cat has come home.   Susan Geren sent us an update to the previous post about him disappearing from his Dixie Lane home: He is home!!!!!!  Limped out of the bushes early this morning.  Apparently an injury to a hind foot.  Can't tell yet if there is a broken toe involved... Continue Reading →

Lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year. Although most lightning occurs in the summer, people can be struck at any time of year. Lightning kills an average of 47 people in the United States each year, and hundreds more are severely injured. From the National Weather Service: Lightning Myths and Facts Myth: If you're... Continue Reading →

July message from the President

Hello Neighbors,   This is the first of what will hopefully be a monthly update on our "neighborhood’s going’s-on". This month the new Board will introduce themselves.   Dave Muth, President and Joan Muth, Corresponding Secretary: Joan and I and our two sons moved to the neighborhood in 2001, having moved from North Carolina and... Continue Reading →

The Gulfport Straw Challenge

The City of Gulfport is challenging local bars and restaurants to "go strawless" this summer. Patch.com reports: For a three-month period from July 1 to Sept. 30, businesses can participate by abstaining from giving plastic straws out unless requested by a customer. Participating businesses will be spotlighted on the city's website and social media efforts.... Continue Reading →

Your new board of directors

From left to right: Joan Muth (Corresponding Secretary), Dave Muth (President), George Eveland (Membership and Directory Chairman), Ron Gicka (Recording Secretary), Sheila Eveland (Past President). Not pictured: Rick Gilbert (Vice President), Laurie Thompson (Treasurer)

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