- Wednesday November 21, 2012
- 11:45am - 6:00am
- St. Martha's, 200 Orange Ave. N. Sarasota, FL, 34236
- Group Hosting:
- Sarasota Ministerial Association
- Group Benefiting:
- Homeless and Folks in Transition
- Goodwill Chaplain Tom Pfaff
- Contact Phone:
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
Full Thanksgiving meal during detective comedy starring Sarasota City Mayor Suzanne Atwell and County Commissioner Carolyn Mason as Charlie's Angels with NAACP President Trevor Harvey as Bosley.County Commissioner Joe Barbetta as Dr. Watson joins DSA Chair John Harshman being The Sherlock Holmes.DID Chair Ernie Ritz is Detective Colombo, and yes, City Commissioner Paul Caragiulo is Spiderman with Sarasota Chamber President Steve Queior as his uncle Ben and past Mayor Lou Anne Palmer as his aunt May.Mission Impossible Mr. Phelps is played by Attorney C.J. Czaia. Sarasota School Board Chair Caroline Zucker as a Salvation Army helper enlists these iconic detectives to solve the mystery, 'Who Took the Turkey?' The play, "The Turkey Trot "by playwrite Kathryn Chesley is presented along with 'America's Got Talent' Chris Eisenberg and the Westcoast School Chorus introducing and concluding the program. A FREE-WILL offering benefiting the Salvation Army Thanksgiving Meals will be taken. NO RESERVATION IS REQUIRED. Parking on north side of Fruitville at Orange in St. Marthas' lot. Call Goodwill Chaplain Tom Pfaff for questions at 941-724-5018
Voters split on referendum votes
Voters approved a tax exemption for new and expanding businesses, but voted against a sales surtax to fund indigent care.
Beach project stance shifts
The town of Longboat Key will re-bid its beach project next year in the hopes of attaining a cheaper price. That project could include three groins.
Town looks for answers on top issues
A group of town officials and Key residents created a list of questions that will be used to find out what the town wants and where it’s headed.
Chief updates residents on crime
The Police Department has "another set of eyes" with the town's future license- plate-recognition cameras that will make department employees busier.