Laurel Civic Association Announces New Executive Director

Coconut Telegraph

The Welcome Reception for Laurel Civic's new Executive Director Michael D. Fluker was held on Thursday, September 12 at Sabal Palm Bank in Sarasota. Community leaders from Sarasota County government and school board, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, The Patterson Foundation, All Faiths Food Bank, Publix and more gathered to meet Michael. The highlight of the evening was the announcement by Mike Small of the William E. Schmidt Foundation of a $50,000 matching grant. The 50-50-50 Challenge Grant calls for raising $50,000 in 50 days to mark the 50th anniversary of Laurel Civic. 

The Laurel Civic Association

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