Judgment Day is almost upon us.
We aren’t talking about that end-of-the-world thing that’s supposed to happen in 2012.
We’re talking about the Longboat Observer’s “Light Up the Key” judgment days.
We’ll be out snapping photos of the best and brightest holiday decors throughout the Key Wednesday, Dec. 12, and Thursday, Dec. 13, for categories including Publisher’s Choice, commercial, single-family homes and condominiums.
Winners will be announced in the Dec. 20 issue.
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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.