St. Pete Beach Mayor Al Johnson is in the white shirt in the middle. Ward Friszolowski, the vice-mayor, is in the blue shirt left of the mayor.
TAMPA, FL (June 30, 2017)
On Sunday, CPWG members joined members of the St. Pete Beach community to celebrate their 60th anniversary of being incorporated as a city. On July 9th 1957, the towns of St. Petersburg Beach, Don CeSar, Belle Vista, Pass-a-Grille and unincorporated Pinellas County, consolidated to become the “City of St. Petersburg Beach”. In honor of this great milestone, the City of St. Pete Beach will be putting on six 60th Anniversary events spanning across the entire year. The brunch was the fourth of the six events.
The champagne brunch was attended by CPWG team members Mike Brock and his wife, Andy Nunez and his wife, David Ardman, and David Greene. They enjoyed the trip down memory lane presented by the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum. This segment covered the City’s growth during the period of 1987 to 1997. The presentation included local citizens discussing the history of the city and reflecting on great pictures and videos. The “Best of St. Pete Beach” awards were also presented at the brunch.
The CPWG team is proud to be a part of the City of St. Pete Beach’s past and we look forward to continuing our great working relationship in the future.
Based in Tampa, CPWG also has Florida offices in Clearwater, Clermont, Orlando and Tavares and an office in Atlanta, Georgia.