The Old Davie School Historical Museum invites the public to attend the annual meeting and social on Thursday, January 27, 2011, at 5:30 p.m. Come and see what’s in store for 2011 at the Old Davie School. This annual meeting provides a wealth of information and is a great opportunity to meet and greet with others. All are welcome, so bring a friend, enjoy complimentary food and drink, and see how history is being brought to life. The Old Davie School is located at 6650 Griffin Road, Davie. For more information, call 954-797-1044, or visit the web at www.olddavieschool.org.
[Town of Davie Press release]
September 13, 2010, Davie, Florida: The Old Davie School Historical Museum plans to take part in Pinwheels for Peace, an international art and literacy project, started in 2005 by two art teachers, Ann Ayers and Ellen McMillan, of Coconut Creek, Florida. The project is a way for students to express their feelings about what’s going on in the world and in their lives. In the first year, on September 21, 2005, groups in over 1,325 locations throughout the world were spinning approximately 500,000 pinwheels. Last year, it was estimated that, there were over 3 million pinwheels spinning all over the world. Locally, Old Davie School Historical Museum will be coordinating the Pinwheels for Peace project this year. Continue reading Pinwheels for Peace Project at Old Davie School
Fourth Town Administrator Community Meeting
The next Community Meeting hosted by Davie Town Administrator Gary Shimun is scheduled for Tuesday, August 10, 2010, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Pine Island Ridge Country Club, located at 9400 Pine Ridge Drive in District 1. All Davie residents and business owners are invited to meet and speak with the Town Administrator. This is the fourth and final meeting in this specific series of meetings. The purpose of these community meetings is to have a dialog of sharing between the Town Administrator (The Town’s CEO who is responsible for the day to day operations) and the residents and the business owners of Davie. Topics to be discussed include:
- Town accomplishments
- Budget and finance
- Services: such as code compliance, public safety, permitting, parks & recreation, public works, and housing
- Economic development
- Citizen concerns
- Community expectations and citizens’ vision of our town
The meeting will be structured into three parts:
- The first portion of the meeting will be a presentation conducted by Mr. Shimun.
- The second portion of the meeting will be in an open forum format so that residents and business owners can have their voices heard. Residents can ask questions and have them answered.
- The third and final portion of the meeting will be an interactive period where residents will work together in groups to provide input on topics such as community expectations and their vision of our town.
PRESS RELEASE FROM DAVIE, FLORIDA
Second Community Meeting with Davie Town Administrator Scheduled
April 19, 2010, Davie, Florida: The next Community Meeting hosted by Town of Davie Administrator Gary Shimun is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11, 2010 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Old Davie School located at 6650 Griffin Road in District 2. All Davie residents and business owners are invited to attend and talk to the Town Administrator. This is the second in a series of four meetings each with a different venue in order to ensure that one is held in each district. The purpose of these community meetings is to have a dialog of sharing between the Town Administrator (The Town’s CEO who is responsible for the day to day operations) and the residents and the business owners of Davie. Topics to be discussed include:
- Town accomplishments
- budget and finance
- services: such as code compliance, public safety, permitting, parks & recreation, public works, and housing
- economic development
- citizen concerns
The meetings will be held in an open forum format so that residents and business owners can have their voices heard. Mr. Shimun would like to hear both the good and the bad. Concerns, recommendations, suggestions, commendations, and potential solutions are welcomed. Similarly, he would like to share with residents some crucial issues facing the Town, and he would like to learn firsthand how residents and business owners feel about the issues. Mr. Shimun would like to thank the Mayor and the Town Council for their suggestions and support in this endeavor.
This is a great way for you to participate in our American democracy. If you have questions, contact the Town at 954-797-1027.
Members of Town Council may be present.