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    Sally Stribling Named Top Producer

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida is proud to share that Sally Stribling, a member of our Keys Board, has been named top producer once again. Sally was recently honored by Coldwell Banker as one of their International President's Elite Salespeople. This places her in the Top 2% of all 39,000 Coldwell Banker Sales Associates. 

    In addition to being a stellar real estate agent, Sally is also very involved in the community and is an accomplished agriculturalist, holding several patents for varieties of ficus plants.

    If you're looking for property in the Upper Keys, be sure to visit Sally's website: 

    Relay for Life "FUN" Raiser

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida would love for you to join us tonight at Lucky's Pub & Grub in Homestead! We'll be dining and toasting to help raise funds for our Relay for Life Team. The generous folks at Lucky's have offered to donate 10% of all receipts to Relay for Life -- if you come on Friday, April 5th between 5pm and midnight and say you are there on behalf of the bank. Now that's a great way to support a local business and a non-profit! Lucky's is located at 128 North Krome Avenue. Hope to see you there.

    Last Chance to Enter!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida is still accepting nominations for the Oustanding Local Business Award- but only until this FRIDAY AT 5PM! If you own a business in the South Dade area, give back to the community and have a great story to tell, you need to enter now. You could win free advertising, $500 worth of supplies of your choice and much more. Visit our website homepage for the nomination form and further details.

    CBF's annual donation to the Key West Challenge

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida is proud to support the 2013 Shell Key West Challenge Fishing Tournament. This year's event will take place April 25th through 28th.  Since its inception in 1989, the tournament has provided an opportunity for anglers to gather together for three days of competitive fishing in the beautiful Florida Keys. Each year the tournament raises thousands of dollars for charities. Over the years, more than $2 million in contributions have been made to the Mental Health Association and over $475,000 has been given to the Diabetes Research Institute.

    The Shell Key West Challenge was the brainchild of Jo and Hayden Blaylock, of Blaylock Oil Company in Homestead, Florida. The two decided to create an event as a fundraiser for the National Mental Health Association. Jo was the driving force behind the fundraising elements of the tournament and when she lost a long and valiant battle with cancer in 1998, the tournament had reached the $1 million mark in total contributions.

    When Hayden’s grandson Matthew was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes seven years ago, the family decided to use the Shell Key West Challenge to help the Diabetes Research Institute continue its efforts to search for a cure through cellular transplant therapy. In 2009, the Shell Key West Challenge was given permanent recognition at the DRI as a way of thanking the Blaylock-Sanchez family and executives from Shell Oil.

    For more information about the 2013 Shell Key West Challenge tournament, please visit


    CBF's St. Vincent de Paul Donation

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida was pleased to make a donation supporting the upcoming fundraiser dinner hosted by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and the Knights of Columbus. The dinner will be held on April 13, 2013 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Parish Hall and will include a silent auction. Funds raised will go towards feeding and assisting those in need in our community. In the past year, the local Society of St. Vincent de Paul has assisted over 250 families by offering emergency assistance and referrals of other resources available to them.  These services help families stay together and prevent them from being separated from their loved ones.

    About the Society: Vincent de Paul was a priest of the Catholic Church who dedicated himself to serving the poor. In 1845, the St. Vincent de Paul Society was formed and named after the patron saint with a mission of helping others. Today members of the Society are from all walks of life, but share one thing in common- the blessings they have (time, talent or treasure) are to be shared with those in need.

    Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located at 106 S.E. 1st Drive in Homestead. For more information about the fundraiser, or about the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, please contact Donna Silva, at 305-248-2142.


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