History of Collier City

Hope to see you next Wednesday, November 15th for our monthly meeting. This month we are featuring David Miller, who will give a preview presentation on the history of Collier City. Following is an intro supplied by Mr. Miller. This should be a very interesting and informative program on Pompano's history.

Dear fellow Pompanonians and family Statewide. Thank you for your interest and support of the Collier City TrailBlazers Exhibit. Over the past 50 years we've been making a courageous effort to turn the North-West side of Pompano Beach into a respectable place to live. This exhibit will give you insight on how Collier City became such a glorious community rich with African American history. The pioneers selected for this exhibit was chosen by a Tiger Trail Festival committee that I appointed to gather historical facts. These individuals display a concern for the community as well as a passion for social progress. The committee made sure we found individuals that are noteworthy and from the Greater Collier City surrounding area. We feel this special group of Trailblazers should be archived and recognized as the community cornerstone figures in our city's recent history.

Social hour from 6:00 - 8:30 with light food & beverages followed by presentation at 7:30.
We will also have a donation box for toys to be distributed during Light Up MLK, December 2nd at Annie Adderly Gillis Park.
See you there!
November 15, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Pompano Beach Historical Society
217 NE 4th Ave
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
United States
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