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Wilkerson named Sunrise Rotary president

Jeremy Wilkerson will serve as president of the Key West Sunrise Rotary Club for 2019-20. Board members include Warren Leamard, president elect/secretary; George Wallace, immediate past president; David Geller, treasurer; George Lindner, parliamentarian; Greg Barnes, club administrator; Matt Babich, sergeant-at-arms; Frank Wood; membership chair; David Clay, attendance; Brian Doe, Rotary[…]

Roberts, Jacques join Toastmasters

Key West Toastmasters recently welcomed two new members, Cali Roberts and Karen Jacques. Roberts is the Executive Director of Womankind, and Jacques has a small maritime consulting business but is taking a hiatus while having a break in Key West’. Key West Toastmasters meets on the second and fourth Tuesday[…]

Geller named Rotarian of Year

Key West Sunrise Rotary Club outgoing President George Wallace selected David Geller as Rotarian of the Year for 2018-19. During his term as club treasurer, Geller also hosted a Rotary exchange student and was instrumental in the design and painting of the compass rose on the Edward B. Knight Pier.[…]

KEYS’ Rodriguez marks 10 years

Keys Energy Services employee Amanda Rodriguez celebrated her 10th anniversary with the utility on June 22. Rodriguez serves as a Buyer/Inventory Analyst within the Purchasing Section of the Finance Department. She is responsible for obtaining the highest quality of commodities and services at the most reasonable cost and ensuring the[…]

KEYS’ Arencibia marks 30 years

Keys Energy Services employee Pedro Arencibia recently celebrated his 30th anniversary with the utility on June 7. Arencibia serves as a Supervisor for the Line Section within the Transmission and Distribution Department. In his post he is responsible for supervising the members of the Line Section in the efficient and[…]

Chiagouris, Cheng join Toastmasters

Key West Toastmasters recently welcomed two new members, Jared Chiagouris and Vincent Cheng. Both Key West natives, Chiagouris is a Realtor with Truman and Company. Cheng is a recent graduate at the University of Florida and will only be in the Keys through the summer, but wants to improve his[…]

Skahan resigns from guild

Key West Business Guild Executive Director Dan Skahan recently announced his resignation from the position after 18 months. “This past year and a half I learned a lot. I thank all of you who supported me through this position,” Skahan said in an email to group members. Taking over for[…]

Jackson interns with City of Key West mayor’s office

Zoe Jackson has joined the City of Key West this summer as an intern working with Mayor Teri Johnston and Kim Romano, Executive Assistant to Mayor Johnston. Jackson is a rising sophomore at Barnard College of Columbia University in New York City, where she plans to major in political science.[…]

Brandenburg join Wesley House board

Wesley House Family Services recently announced the appointment of Chief Sean Brandenburg to the Board of Directors of Wesley House Family Services. Wesley House Family Services’ mission is to promote and enhance the safety, well-being and development of children by educating, supporting and meeting the needs of families throughout Monroe[…]

KEYS’ Mellies retires after 2 decades

Keys Energy Services employee Neil S. Mellies II retired on June 14 after more than 23 years of continuous service to the utility. Mellies was hired on Jan. 29, 1996, when the utility was named City Electric System. During his tenure he held the positions of meter reader and substation[…]