Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
OK, that’s an impossible request for Longboat Key.
But you can still paint the town red (and green), deck the halls and bring joy to the world with your holiday decorations for the Longboat Observer’s annual “Light Up the Keys” contest.
Consider this week your head start. Next week, we’ll announce judging dates. Winners will receive a coveted mention in the Longboat Observer and the satisfaction of knowing they made our “nice” list.
Categories include Publisher’s Choice, commercial, single-family homes and condominiums.
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The Good News: Children First
Children First hopes to raise funds to provide an appropriate space for waitlisted children as well as money to scholarship them, which costs between $9,000 and $10,000 per year, per student, for educational programs, screenings, family counseling and food.
PHOTO GALLERY: Longboat Key Democratic Club
The Longboat Key Democratic Club assembled Tuesday, Dec. 10, for their monthly meeting at the Harbourside Clubhouse.
Colony owners oppose teardown
Town Manager Dave Bullock suggests Colony structures be torn down as a condition to the property keeping the grandfathered tourism units on the site.