Three Things to Know This Week

Start your week right

Start your week right

4th Annual “Stand Down” 

Benefits Veterans in Need 
The 4th Annual “Stand Down”, an effort dedicated to providing support for our veterans in need, will be held on Saturday, September 27, from 12pm – 5pm, at Pompey Park, 1101 NW 2nd Street.  Hosted by Faith*Hope*Love*Charity, Inc. in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor and West Palm Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC), the event is free and open to the public.
Over fifty organizations will be onsite to assist at risk and homeless veterans offering free food, clothing, health screenings, employment opportunities, VA enrollment, haircuts and much more.  Services will also be available for the general public.  In addition, children will enjoy fun activities that are planned throughout the day including music, live entertainment and a kids zone.


For more information, contact Joshua Maddock at (561) 968-1612 or E-mail

The Blue Print Gallery

When: Sept. 26 at 6:30pm
Where: The Milagro Center, 695 Auburn Ave

The Blue Print Gallery is the first gallery opening at The Milagro Center. Come out and support this amazing organization.

For more information: contact Anna Girgis 561-279-2970.

Issues Watch

The Delray Beach Police Benevolent Association ratcheted up some pressure last week with an email that went to HOA leaders, business owners and residents outlining concerns about losing officers due to concerns with wages and benefits.

The email was widely circulated and asked for people to get involved and pressure the city commission to raise salaries for officers or risk losing them to other agencies.

We’ll keep you posted on the issue.