The Sheriff’s Office in the upper Keys, District 7, recently made an appearance at the Tavernier Fire Department open house. Sheriff’s Office employees set up a booth and spoke with citizens about crime prevention and other Sheriff’s Office related issues. Manning the booth was, left to right, Capt. Lou Caputo, Lt. Nancy Alvarez, Sgt. Eric Mixon (not pictured), Mary Mullins and Peggy Bryan.
Plantation Key School’s Students of the Week
Ms. Dionne chose Marc Petrusha as Student of the Week. Marc is an extremely helpful student. He is always ready to help others too! He tries his best in school and always shows his PRIDE as PKS. He is a SUPER student!
Mrs. Putetti chose rocky Berry as Student of the Week. Rocky has showed great maturity this school year. He is focused on his academics and has showed great leadership with his peers. Good Job Rocky, I am very proud of you. Keep up the good work and never give up!
The students and staff of Key Largo and Plantation Key Schools would like to thank The Florida Keys Youth Sports Foundation for their organization and tireless dedication in sponsoring of the Summerfest that was held on June 13th. FKYSF sponsored this event in order for both Key Largo and Plantation Key Schools to raise funds for the afterschool sports programs.
Summerfest raised $19,000 and with additional funds added from the Keys Children Foundation and the Ocean Reef Foundation, each school was presented a check for $11,000. Pictured is Annette Martinson, Principal of Key Largo School and Vanessa Strickland, Principal of Plantation Key School receiving the checks from Amy Stoky and Gen Gibson of the Florida Keys Youth Sports Foundation on September 4.
These groups are to be commended for their interest in and concern for our schools. It is the assistance of citizens such as these that have enabled our school district to accomplish far more than it otherwise could have. Thank you to all of the volunteers that made the Summerfest possible.
Tuna jump for Joy
Joy Meyer and her husband Dave from Fort Lauderdale were fishing with Capt. Vic Weiger on “Palm Getaway” when they caught some nice Black fin tuna on the Islamorada Hump. Most were caught trolling rattle jets in the early morning.