In celebration of National Woman’s History Month, Palm Harbor Library will once again be holding its annual public recognition of women who have made significant contributions to improve the quality of life in the Palm Harbor community.
This is the seventh year where we have an opportunity to thank four women for their efforts in making the Palm Harbor a better place to live and grow. They need not be from Palm Harbor. It is their achievements that are important.
Women who were previously recognized include the following: Janice Banther, Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Connie Davis, Citizen of the Year Winona Jones, Palm Harbor Library founder Jeannette Malouf, Assistant Library Director Lois Eannel, Commissioner Susan Latvala, community leader Irene Rausch, Middle School teacher Susan Terry, library Foundation President Irene Finger, Jessica Collier, former Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Sharon Lamm, Kristy Patterson, Deputy Sheriff Kris Gilmore, Pegoty Lopez, Dana Brandon, community activist Sharon Pikulinski, former Downtown Palm Harbor Main Street President Leslie Klein, Susan Senger, Palm Harbor Rotary President Mona Johnson, former County Commissioner Sallie Parks and community activist Dawn LaCross. Wow!
We have now selected our new honorees and their photographs and brief biographies are on display at the library throughout the month of March. The celebration will be held on Monday evening, March 29 at 6 PM.
Let’s recognize and applaud these women who have made Palm Harbor a place you can really call “home”.