Ads shot on bridges
Two TV commercial shoots are planned on Florida Keys bridges Wednesday and Thursday.
Motorists may be delayed.
New York-based Little Bear Inc. will film four- to eight-minute spots intermittently from late morning to early evening both days on Channel 5 and Long Key bridges.
RSA films, based in Los Angeles, will film a car for up to four five-minute intervals an hour between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Thursday on the Seven-Mile Bridge.
Weather or other factors could delay the work, according to Rita Troxel of the Florida Keys & Key West Film Commission.
Commissioner Murphy to speak
Monroe County Commissioner Sylvia Murphy will address the Tavernier Community Association at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Tavernier Volunteer Fire Department, 151 Marine Ave., Tavernier.
Following a short business meeting, Murphy will address the association and answer questions. Annual dues of $10 must be paid by the close of this meeting to vote in the March election of directors.
Public attendance is encouraged, memberships will be offered and refreshments will be served. The Tavernier Community Association serves residents, property owners and resident business owners between Tavernier Creek and Mile Marker 97.2. Its mission is to represent the needs and desires of the Tavernier community for those matters that the community deems important.
For questions, contact John Hammerstrom at 305 852-8722 or email@example.com.
Cancer survivors gather
The American Cancer Society will host a social for all cancer survivors and their caregivers from 2-5 p.m. Saturday at Harpoon Harry's, 832 Caroline St., Key West.
There will be food and happy hour drink prices throughout the event. Key West musician Din Allen will perform live music with his guitar.
Survivors and their caregivers are all invited to help the American Cancer Society celebrate life and honor local survivors and caregivers.
For more information, call Patsy O'Neal Morrow at 305-395-2551.