12th Annual Keeper Days

Lighthouse Point —“Where Fairy Tales Come True”

                       Photos by Debra Todd

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Most festivities for the 12th Keeper Days event made it through this cold and blustery weekend, as two illustrious Lighthouse Point personalities were celebrated at the Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club on Friday evening, February 10th to a appreciative crowd of well-wishers.

Honored was librarian Doreen Gauthier for her years of outstanding service to the community. “It really is the culmination of 33 years with this glorious city,” she said. “I have always felt my efforts were deeply appreciated, and to join this illustrious group is wonderful!”

The entire city truly loves this woman for her tireless efforts through the years in making the Doreen Gauthier Lighthouse Point Library a fairy tale come true!

The event also posthumously honored former police and code enforcement officer Mike McDace, who was highly loved and respected for his service to the community. Mike’s wife, Arlene, was present to accept the accommodation.

Reverend Jack Noble delivered the blessings, Mayor Fred Schorr thanked the committee for their work, and Bill Sullivan masterfully handled the introductions with grace and humor. Also present was Channel 10 traffic girl Jacey Birch who reminisced about her days growing up in Lighthouse Point.







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