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Council plans to honor retired members

January 18, 2011
Special To The Citizen

Members and guests of the Community Council of Lehigh Acres will celebrate the installation of 2011 officers and new members on January 28 at Majestic County Club. Cash bar opens at 6 p.m., Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for an individual or $25 per couple. RSVP by January 20. You can email or call Barbara Kerb, community service representative at bkerby@govmserv.com or (239) 368-1615. The public is welcome.

"This event will honor the service of our 'retiring' council members, review our 2010 Council accomplishments and kick-off our 2011 agenda. County Commissioner Ray Judah will be our guest speaker and perform the installation of officers and new members," said Karen Makowski, a spokeswoman for the Council.

The Community Council of Lehigh Acres was formed in 1968 by 20 concerned citizens as the organization in the community to advance the welfare of unincorporated Lehigh Acres.

Today it is composed of 41 members (21 elected members from Lehigh Acres and 20 appointed members from various civic, social, industry and government agencies serving Lehigh Acres). The Council meets monthly (third Monday at 6:30 p.m.) at Living Waters Christian Fellowship Church at 500 N. Sunshine Blvd. (next to Doc's Collision north of Lee Blvd.)

The public is welcome to attend and voice any concerns regarding issues affecting the Lehigh Acres Community.

"Our mission is to partner with the citizens and governing agencies within Lee County Florida to make Lehigh Acres a great place to live and work," Makowski said.

The Council has sponsored Politics in the Park and Candidate Forums. It advocates for code enforcement, road improvements, parks, and other community services. The Council will have a role in local recommendation of new projects as part of the Lehigh Acres Comprehensive Plan process. All county agencies that serve Lehigh are represented on the Council.

The Council is funded by Friends of the Council.

The 2010 supporters include the Kiwanis Club of Lehigh Acres, Rose Oliverio, First National Bank of the Gulf Coast, Lehigh Regional Medical Center, Florida Lung & Sleep Associates, The Professional Auto Mechanic, Gulfview Manor Condo Association, New Image Ministries, Preferred Community Bank, Majestic Golf Club, Lehigh Cavaliers Domino Club. Commissioner Frank Mann, East Side Printing and Publishing, Town Lakes Self Storage, G's Hair Studio, Kenneth Thompson PA, Goodlad Insurance Group, Commissioner Tammy Hall, Sheriff Department Captain Tamayo, and many individuals, according to Makowski

 
 

 

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