Sunday, October 26, 2008
Built in 1908, the Schoolhouse is now enjoying a centennial anniversary. The Boca Raton Historical Society and Museum has presented framed photographs to all city schools as part of the observance of Boca Raton’s Centennial School Year. The first students and the teacher are pictured standing in front of the building. In 1920, a new masonry school building was constructed at the site of the present Boca Raton Elementary School. A new DVD, “The History of Boca Raton,” was also presented to all the city’s schools. Information about school programs and Boca Raton history can be found at www.bocahistory.org.
Posted by Marilyn Farber Jacobs at Sunday, October 26, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
With proceeds earmarked for the Education Endowment Fund to help schools in the Delray Beach area, the City Education Board created a pop-up book about Delray Beach in 2006 and it is available either on line at http://www.delraypopupbook.com/buy.htm or in local stores. The six pop-up spreads are colorful, fact-filled about the rich history and culture of the city, recreational activities and celebrations. The cost is $28.
Posted by Marilyn Farber Jacobs at Thursday, October 23, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Bring your treasure to the Boca Museum of Art in Mizner Park for a “Road Show,” on November 17th from 1:30 to 4:30. Appraisal cost is $50. Appraiser is Dr. Lori is a certified fine art and antiques appraiser who reviews about 20,000 items a year and is a nationally syndicated columnist and RV personality who has appeared on network and cable programs. For more information, email email@example.com or call 561-392-2500, extension 208.
Posted by Marilyn Farber Jacobs at Friday, October 17, 2008
Thursday, October 09, 2008
New 1700 sq ft substation and closed-circuit television command post added to Mall for use by Boca Raton police. It will serve as the operational base for the police officers currently assigned to patrol Town Center Mall and will include workspace for four Crime Prevention Unit members. Civilian volunteers and a Community Service Officer will assist patrons with police reports and fingerprinting. A video surveillance monitoring room, separate processing area and conference room are included. More cameras have been added to the 900 cameras already on the property in parking areas, on decks and within the Mall’s interior. These cameras give comprehensive views of the areas, and the area around the property. The Commission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies has given the Boca Raton police department “flagship status” as a model for other police departments.
Posted by Marilyn Farber Jacobs at Thursday, October 09, 2008