Congratulations to the proud parents of Gavin Ty Teal, born March 7 at Lower Keys Medical Center in Key West, weighing 8 pounds 15.3 ounces and 21 inches long.
He is the son of Calvin and Misty of Key West.
Maternal grandparents are Freddie Guieb of Key West and Cindy Almyda of Vero Beach.
Paternal grandparents are Joe Teal of Key West and Betty Maddy of Akron, Ohio.
Also welcoming Gavin are his brothers and sisters, Peter, Jonathan, Alyssa, JC, Mila and Cailynn.
Nicholas Edward Van Winkle, son of Jeannette L. Holmes of Key West and Thomas A. Van Winkle of Miramar, Fla. has married Sasha Ortiz, daughter of Edith and Rick Montelongo of Pembroke Pines, Fla.
The ceremony was held March 16 at the Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea in Key West.
Maid of honor was Nocolette Ortiz and best man was Thomas M. Van Winkle.
Father John Baker officiated the ceremony.
Key West Community Services Director Greg Veliz presented two members of his department with gold watches in honor of their service to the city.
William Stafford is supervisor at the Douglass Gym. Charles Major Sr. is a coordinator at the gym.
Both men have dedicated 20 years of their life to the City of Key West, improving the lives of countless kids in the community.
On April 19 Crane Point Museum and Nature Center in Marathon held a volunteer appreciation reception to thank all the volunteers who give of their time, effort and knowledge to enhance Crane Point's mission of promoting environmental stewardship and the heritage of the Florida Keys. Most volunteers are seasonal and serve as guides on the trolley that offers insights into the history and natural environment of the hammock, which includes the Adderley House, oldest house in the Keys outside of Key West.
Those interested in becoming volunteers may contact Loretta at (305) 743-3900 or email Loretta@cranepoint.net.