Last updated 15 days ago
Want to learn how to do business with Homestead Air Reserve Base? Want to meet business owners, gain new clients and get some free exposure? Then join us on Tuesday, May 14th at our monthly Business Plus Network meeting. Meetings start at 7:15am at our Main Office. Enjoy continental breakfast and hot coffee while you socialize, then get some tips from our expert of the month. We promise to get you out and ready to start your day on a positive note by 8:30am. RSVP to CommunityBankOfFlorida@gmail.com or leave a comment.
Last updated 15 days ago
Community Bank of Florida is extremely proud to announce Dr. James “Doc” Boilini has been elected to serve as board president of the Florida Keys Electric Coop. Dr. Boilini also serves as the bank’s chairman of the Keys Region Board of Directors.
Dr. Boilini is a Credentialed Cooperative Director, and was originally appointed to the board in 2004 to complete the remainder of an unexpired term for District 1, Key Largo. He was then elected in 2005, and has been re-elected in three-year intervals.
Doc is well known in the Upper Keys, as the owner of Doc’s Diner and Boilini Vision Care. He is also known for his extensive community involvement, serving as the president and founding board member of Jacobs Aquatic Center and as a board member for Mariners Hospital. In addition, he is involved in numerous other community organizations including the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce and Take Stock in Children.
Elected by Co-op members, FKEC's Board of Directors represents power consumers in four voting districts from Key Largo to Marathon. The board has the authority to establish policies and review operational procedures to promote a progressive, financially-sound utility. Only FKEC directors participate in the election of board officers. Following a nomination process, new officers are elected by individual secret ballot at the company’s annual organizational meeting. New officers are up for re-election annually, and there is no limit to the number of years one can serve in a particular office.
Last updated 17 days ago
Community Bank of Florida teammates Erick Caceres and Annerys Grullon are long time supporters of the March of Dimes. Annerys was first introduced to the organization by Jim Simmons, who was born with cerebral palsy, and has been volunteering for the March of Dimes for 50 years.
Recently they participated in the Annual March of Dimes "March for Babies," a three mile walk-athon at Tropical Park. Joining them at the walk was coworker Terri Botti. With the help of bank staff, the group raised a total of $910.00!
“Volunteering with the March of Dimes has been a heartwarming experience and it is extremely fulfilling to know we are helping babies become strong and healthy,” stated Erick.
The March for Babies is the largest annual fundraiser for the March of Dimes, supporting lifesaving research and ground breaking programs for babies, moms and families.
PHOTOS: The group taking photos with Laurie Jennings and Annerys' grandfather; Annerys and Erick present the big check
Last updated 20 days ago
Community Bank of Florida is pleased to support the M.A.S.T @ Homestead year end school celebration. Organized by M.A.S.T. PTO President Arthur Gladney, the end of the year dance will take place at Keys Gate Golf Club in Homestead featuring music, hors d’oeuvres, door prizes and a Black & White theme with students dressing up in black and white attire.
An all academy magnet high school, the Medical Academy for Science and Technology, M.A.S.T @ Homestead, opened its doors in 2010. The school offers students the opportunity to access an elite senior high with advance programs in the fields of Biomedical, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Physical Therapy. Students also have the opportunity to study in a state-of-the-art facility with access to the latest research in the medical field.
M.A.S.T. @ Homestead is located at 1220 NW 1st Avenue in Homestead. For more information, contact the school at 305-257-4500.
Pictured- Cindy Kendall, AVP and Arthur Gladney, PTO President
Last updated 22 days ago
The Golden Circle Annual Picnic turned into a big Cinco De Mayo Festival! Over 150 members joined us at Bayfront Park for a lovely afternoon. Munching on chips and salsa and enjoying sangria and beer, they donned Mexican hats, mustaches and played maracas. An excellent Mariachi band showed up, getting the crowd clapping, singing and dancing. After a bbq lunch and more festivities, party goers had a chance to bust open a piñata and win some raffle prizes. A great time was had by all, especially our employees. Be sure to check out all the photos in our Facebook Album.
The Golden Circle is for people 55 years of age and older, who enjoy celebrating and going on adventures. They also receive many bank perks for their loyalty.