2016 Parade Winners

2016 Sights & Sounds on Second Festival & Parade – Parade Winners
Sunday, December 4, 2016

Downtown Fort Pierce came alive on Sunday, December 4, 2016 as thousands of people joined the City of Fort Pierce, The Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis and Main Street Fort Pierce for the 28th Annual Sights and Sounds on Second Festival and Parade. Common Ground Vineyard Church started the day with an outdoor service, Santa arrived at the festival at 1:30 and local dance groups performed for the crowd as excitement built for the main event the Holiday Parade. This year’s parade was the biggest yet with 95 entries, 2400 participants and 61 horses. Immediately following the parade Mayor Linda Hudson, and Santa lit the Christmas tree and the Holiday Lights at Marin Square (Holiday Lights will run through January 8, 2017)

THANK YOU FORT PIERCE SUNRISE KIWANIS CLUB FOR ORGANIZING THE PARADE!
THANK YOU THE CITY OF FORT PIERCE, THE FORT PIERCE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT AND THE FORT PIERCE POLICE DEPARTMENT, SANTA, TOM KINDRED & GENE SEREG FOR A GREAT JOB AT THE PARADE!
Parade Winners

1st Place Float – St. Anastasia Church Juan Diego Centro
2nd Place Float – Ballet “Guadalajara”
2nd Place Float – Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Club
3rd Place Float – Loving Care & Sunrise Theatre Foundation

1st Place Equestrian Group – Turn & Burn 4-H Club
2nd Place Equestrian Group – Midnight Riders 4-H Club
3rd Place Equestrian Group – Spurs & Stuff 4-H Club

1st Place Girl Scout/Boy Scout Group – Cub Scout Pack 479
2nd Place Girl Scout/Boy Scout Group – Girl Scouts of South Florida
3rd Place Girl Scout/Boy Scout Group – St. Anastasia Cub Scout Pack 473

1st Place Best Dance/ Cheer Group – Dancing Butterflies
2nd Place Best Dance/ Cheer Group – True Crew Dance Company
3rd Place Best Dance/ Cheer Group – M & M Sweeties Baton Twirlers

1st Place Best Commercial Entry – Summerlin’s Marine Construction
2nd Place Best Commercial Entry – ABC Towing
3rd Place Best Commercial Entry – D & D Garage Doors

1st Place Best Decorated Vehicle (Non-float) – Oculina Bank
2nd Place Best Decorated Vehicle (Non-float) – AE Family Farms
3rd Place Best Decorated Vehicle (Non-float) – Fraternal Order of the Eagles #3582

1st Place Best Music Performance/Marching Band – Fort Pierce Central Marching Cobra Band
2nd Place Best Music Performance/Marching Band – St. Lucie West Centennial Eagle Regiment
3rd Place Best Music Performance/Marching Band – Fort Pierce Westwood Panther Band

1st Place Best 4H or Youth Club Group – Lasala’s Dojo Christ Centered Martial Arts
2nd Place Best 4H or Youth Club Group – Rocking Horse 4H
3rd Place Best 4H or Youth Club Group – Fort Pierce Westwood FFA

1st Place Best Governmental/Public Agency Entry – Fort Pierce Utilities Waste/Water Department – Santa
2nd Place Best Governmental/Public Agency Entry – Florida Forest Service
3rd Place Best Governmental/Public Agency Entry – Fort Pierce Public Works Department with the Fort Pierce City Officials

1st Place Best St. Lucie School Entry – St. James Christian Academy
2nd Place Best St. Lucie School Entry – St. Andrews Episcopal Academy
3rd Place Best St. Lucie School Entry – Golden Rule Academy

Downtown Window Display Winners

1st Place – Chaney’s House o Flowers
2nd Place – Chic and Shore
3rd Place – Notions & Potions

Thank You Sponsors: The City of Fort Pierce, The Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis, iHeartMedia’s WAVW 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Fort Pierce Utilities Authority, Gotta Go Green, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com, & Waste Management of FL, Inc.

Main Street Fort Pierce would like to thank the community for participating in the 28th Annual Sights & Sounds on Second Festival & Parade. Thank you to ALL of the entries in the parade for making this the biggest and best parade ever!

Congratulations to the winners!

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE FORT PIERCE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. GREAT JOB!

Save the Date for next year’s 29th Annual Parade
Next year’s theme: A Magical Musical Christmas
Sunday, December 3, 2017

Sights and Sounds on Second Festival & Parade

“A Cattleman’s Christmas Parade”
Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Sandy Shoes Festivals
28th Annual Sights & Sounds Festival & Parade

Sunday, December 4, 2016 ~ 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Presented by: The City of Fort Pierce, Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis, & Main Street Fort Pierce

Schedule of the Events
10:30 am Common Ground Vineyard Church Open Air Service
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm Sights & Sounds Festival featuring Arts & Crafts, Children’s Area , Downtown Shopping & Restaurants

(Second Street & Orange Avenue in Historic Downtown Fort Pierce)

Community Entertainment – MC by Jeff Brown – iHeart Media & Entertainment WAVW 92.7 & OLDIES 103.7
CORNER OF ORANGE AVENUE & 2ND STREET
1:00 pm Moxie’s Dance Studio
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm Santa Arrives
1:45 pm Dance 4 Life Academy
2:30 pm True Crew Dance Studio
3:30 pm Mrs. P’s Dance & Acrobatic Studio

Second Community Entertainment Area
SECOND STREET – NORTH OF 2ND STREET BISTRO
1:30 pm Star City Dance
2:15 pm LPA Chorus Group
3:00 pm Starlight Dance

4:00 pm FORT PIERCE JAZZ & BLUES SOCIETY at ROUNDABOUT

The Parade is sponsored by the Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis BEGINS AT 4:15 pm
Lighting of the Christmas Tree – following the parade
Holiday Lights Spectacular – following the tree lighting
“The Holiday Light Spectacular” will have over 100,000 lights synchronized to holiday music and will play at Marina Square
from 6:00 to 9:00 pm until January 8, 2017.

Sponsors for this year’s event are:
THE CITY OF FORT PIERCE, COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, FORT PIERCE UTILITIES AUTHORITY, OCEAN CHIROPRACTIC & HEALTH CENTER, PARK’S RENTAL, RELIABLE POLY-JOHN, WASTE MANAGEMENT & ST LUCIE TRIBUNE/TCPALM.COM

Humdingers to kick off the Holiday Season at Friday Fest

Friday Fest is Friday DECEMBER 2, 2016 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fort Pierce City Marina Square
HumdingersMeet the Band: The Humdingers
Immerse yourself in the new wave, rock, and surf music of The Humdingers. This local band has performed many venues and is a popular band on the Treasure Coast. You will love their rendition of B52’s “Rock Lobster” a crowd favorite.

Billy’s Bounce House has teamed up with Main Street Fort Pierce to provide children’s activities during Friday Fest. The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions.

Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.

Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.

Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!

DINE, SHOP, AND ENJOY BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE
FRIDAY FEST – December 2, 2016 – 5:30 to 9:00 PM
Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950

Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes:
Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Billy’s Bounce House, Coca-Cola, Gotta Go Green, Macaroni Kid, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, Park’s Rental, Southern Eagle Distributing, and St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com

Reflections of the Future Art Show

Join much loved local mosaic artist Anita Prentice and friends for her Annual Reflections of the Future Art Show held at the Platts/Backus House, 122 A.E. Backus Ave, on Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. If you can’t attend on the 10th there will be a Three-Hour-Last-Chance-Sale from
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 11th.

Every year the show is a wonderful event and timed perfectly to start stocking the gift closet for the holidays. This year’s show is going to be incredible, starting with Anita Prentice’s mini mosaic works of art, some of them featuring images of local birds.

Prentice has invited the five owners of downtown’s Peacock Clay Collaborative to join her at this
year’s Reflections show and sale. Eileen DiTullio, an art teacher at Lincoln Park Academy by day, has
been working on a series of handmade working whistles in the shape of Florida wildlife. Think manatee,
armadillo and opossum with babies — too cute for words — and they whistle! DiTullio teaches a
wheel throwing class at Peacock Clay.

Martha Cross, an art teacher at John Carroll High School, will be showing her original Leaf Vessels and an assortment of beautiful clay neck medallions finished with lusciously colored glazes. The problem is going to be deciding which you like best. Cross teaches a Saturday morning Kidz Clay Class at Peacock. Check their website to see when the next classes start.

Peacock owner, Victoria Beck, is following her two passions, art and therapy, by working as an art therapist in a children’s inpatient psychiatric facility. For this show, Beck has been working on clay fish reminiscent of the fish in a plastic bag that you won at the carnival midway.

Owner, Bridget Abernethy, loves art. Any kind of art and her meticulous nature means that her work in clay is beautifully executed. Abernethy will be showing her hanging clay vessels — perfect to display small architectural succulents to their best advantage.

Peacock Clay Collaborative owner, artist and head teacher, Ginny Piech Street, will be introducing this year’s annual collectible Christmas ornament at the show as well as a selection of other new work. Between her imaginative use of characters and flawless color sense, Piech Street’s work is guaranteed to surprise and amuse. She is also an excellent instructor who teaches an Introduction to Clay as well as a Hand Building class series and numerous two-day workshops.

The last artist featured in this year’s Reflections Invitational line up is Kate Rotindo. Rotindo channels her love for family and the environment, particularly the ocean, through her work with recycled materials. Her series, “Vessels of Joy,” was inspired by her husband’s purchase of a new surfboard and the pure happiness this simple act provided. Expect a series of small assemblage works incorporating found objects and original linoleum block prints with themes of surfboard fins, swim fins, handplanes, and paipo (bodyboards). Kate’s work is always amazing and the perfect gift for that surfer in your family.

Mark you calendar now for the Prentice’s Reflections of the Future Art Show. For more information visit call 772-466-3880.
For more information on Peacock Clay Cooperative, 203 N. 2nd Street in Fort Pierce, and their upcoming classes, visit their website www.peacockclay.com. ❖

The Flat Natural Band to Play at Friday Fest

Friday Fest is Friday November 4, 2016 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Meet the Band: The Flat Natural Band

“The Flat Natural Band”, is a spinoff of “Out on Bail”. The Band plays music with the focus being geared toward traditional country and rock. Bruce Hunter, a Gary Stewart protege’, leads most of the songs with vocals and rhythm guitar. Bill Smith plays lead guitar along with guitar whiz Keith Whalen, and
Neil Santel on drums and Steve Hansen on Bass make up the rhythm section. David Williams solos on harmonica and vocals.

Billy’s Bounce House, has teamed up with Main Street Fort Pierce to provide children’s activities during Friday Fest. The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions. Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.
Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.
Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!
DINE, SHOP, AND ENJOY BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE
FRIDAY FEST – November 4, 2016 – 5:30 to 9:00 PM
Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes:
Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Billy’s Bounce House, Coca-Cola, Gotta Go Green, Macaroni Kid, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, Park’s Rental, Southern Eagle Distributing, and St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com

4th Tour added to Annual Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Historic Walking Tours

GHOSTS OF FORT PIERCE PAST – HISTORIC WALKING TOURS

Every historic building or site has a past. The people who occupied these spaces lived lives full of stories. These stories are the inspiration behind The Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tour. Every year around Halloween, Main Street Fort Pierce organizes walking tours in downtown Fort Pierce that bring alive the past – literally with live actors performing the parts of general or specific people from the past.

New this year is the addition of a 4th tour and the expansion of the event to encompass two evenings instead of one. This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, October 26th and Thursday, October 27th. The tours start at 5:30 p.m. with additional tours leaving every 15 minutes until 7:30 p.m. There are approximately 10 stops on each tour and each tour is 1 to 1.5 hours in length. There is a $5 per person donation (children under 5 are free) per tour.

The Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past historic walking tour sells out every year and reservations are required. For more information or to place a reservation, please call Main Street Fort Pierce at 466-3880. Participants need to arrive 15 minutes before their tour and wear comfortable walking shoes. The Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Historic Walking Tour is fun for the entire family.

If you miss the Ghost Walking Tour you can still learn more about Fort Pierce by taking a Historic Trolley Tour. Scheduled tours will start again in November. Private tours are available. For more information call Sue Dannahower (772) 618-0155.

The 4 tours are as follows:

img_4527The South Tour (Wednesday, October 26) starts from the City Hall Plaza (between the new parking garage & the City Hall building) This tour will enter the Sunrise Theatre where you may encounter one of the many ghostly ushers who still roam the building. Then it will wander through the haunted 111 Orange building where spirits move to greet you. You will encounter an authentic blacksmith reenacting his early profession. Other stops include Mr. Miley, reporter and editor for the Fort Pierce News and Mr. Klopp, the courthouse architect who was crushed by a 10-ton safe.

img_4536The North Tour (Wednesday, October 26) starts from the City Hall Plaza (between the new parking garage & the City Hall building) and includes a stop at Fee’s Hardware & Mortuary where the notorious Ashley Gang’s bodies were laid out “dead” on the sidewalk. Throughout the evening you will hear the explosion of cannons detonated by a squadron of soldiers reenacting wartime. Other stops include pioneer rancher Henry Flagler and the “Night Train” and Zora Neale Hurston, former folklorist and author.

img_4581The Edgartown Tour (Thursday, October 27) leaves from the Platts/Backus on 122 A.E. Backus Avenue. This tour features Lucinda Lagow, the wife of Edgartown founder, Alford Lagow. She shares the gossip of the early settlers and life as it was in the 1890’s. You will encounter a rugged old fisherman mending his nets reminiscing about his life on the river. The Coral and Yellow houses, sit side-by-side, boast of ghostly souls who wrap on windows and slam doors. Meet Mr. Hill, the official photographer for Henry Flagler and Mrs. McCarty, grandmother of Dan McCarty, whose husband was gunned down in the streets over a land deal.

img_1420The NEW West Tour (Thursday, October 27) will start from the Historic Arcade building on the Northwest corner of US1 and Orange Avenue. This tour features the builder of the Arcade building, which was a popular shopping destination since 1926. Other stops along this tour include: the wife of a cattleman, a postmaster, an Irish priest, a Sandy Shoes Festival Theme Girl, and more.

Friday Fest POSTPONED to 10/14/16

FRIDAY FEST POSTPONED UNTIL 10/14/16

Join Main Street Fort Pierce, FPUA and the Riverdawgs for a special October Friday Fest. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we hope everyone will join us and wear PINK at Friday Fest while stopping by the FPUA booths and trucks to learn about energy conservation for Public Utility Week.

Friday Fest is Friday October 14, 2016 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fort Pierce City Marina Square

Volunteer Group
Real Men Wear Pink
is a distinguished group of community leaders raising awareness and funds for this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. Together they are making a difference to create a world free of the pain and suffering of cancer. The mission behind Real Men Wear Pink is two-fold. The first is to raise awareness of a man’s role in breast cancer. Men can be diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, over 2.600 men will be diagnosed this year. However, men are affected by breast cancer when their wives, mothers, sisters, daughters, or any other woman in their life is affected by breast cancer. The second mission behind Real Men Wear Pink is to put action behind the awareness. Each man participating in this year’s campaign is asked to raise at least $2,500. All the money raised will help fund breast cancer research as well as programs and services here in St. Lucie County to help breast cancer patients.

harbor_smGet your Pink cups at Friday Fest – Sponsored by Harbor Community Bank pink cups will be available for a 1.00 donation for your beverage of choice. All donations collected from the cups will be donated to Real Men Wear Pink and the American Cancer Association.

River Dawgs 2016Meet the Band: Riverdawgs
Wayne Hilliard, Wayne Leonard, Jim Smith, Jeff Hart have come full circle from the late 80’s Lighthouse band, to Route 66, the Jailhouse Rockers of the 90’s and now the Riverdawgs since 2000. With the recent addition of Wayne Hilliard on sax, who spent the last 19 years as St. Anastasia music director until retiring this summer, they have added a new dimension to the band. With music styles ranging from Oldies to Classic Rock, soulful Blues and fun originals, they aim to please the crowds on the treasure coast.

FPUA LOGO 2FPUA Celebrates Public Utility Week

In conjunction with Main Street Fort Pierce’s Friday Fest on October 14, 2016 and in honor of FPUA Public Utility Week, Fort Pierce Utilities Authority will have several vehicles, equipment and personnel available to talk about what we do and how we keep the lights on and keep the gas, water, and wastewater flowing in Fort Pierce. FPUA Public Utility Week honors all the men and women of FPUA that work countless hours ‘To provide customers with economical, reliable, and friendly service in a continuous effort to enhance the quality of life in our community’.
Jeff Brown, from iHeart Media, will also be at the October Friday Fest entertaining the crowd with Top 40 music.
Billy’s Bounce House, has teamed up with Main Street Fort Pierce to provide children’s activities during Friday Fest. The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions.
Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.
Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.
Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!

WEAR PINK, DINE, SHOP, AND ENJOY BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE – FRIDAY FEST – October 14, 2016 – 5:30 to 9:00 PM
Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes:
Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Billy’s Bounce House, Coca-Cola, Gotta Go Green, Macaroni Kid, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, Park’s Rental, Southern Eagle Distributing, and St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com

 

Main Street Fort Pierce Golf Tournament

What a better way to start the day then on the golf course and Gator Trace Golf & Country Club would like all golfers to come out and play for a great cause Main Street Fort Pierce.

Our Annual Golf tournament will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The day starts with registration at 7:30 am, with a continental breakfast and a beverage of your choice. Golf begins at 8:30 am with a shotgun start. Prizes will be awarded for men and women closest to the pin and longest drives as well as 1st, 2nd, and third place teams.

The cost is $80.00 per player or $300.00 per team. Your entry fee will include a continental breakfast, a round of golf, lunch, goody bag and raffle prizes. Main Street will have a putting contest and for a small donation you will get 3 chances to putt your ball through a special layout for a great prize.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available and tee signs will be set up around the course ready to add your business name as a tee sponsor. Call the Main Street Fort Pierce office at 466-3880 to sign up your team, get a tee sign or be a sponsor for the Golf Tournament. Sponsors of the tournament as of printing are Southern Eagle Distributing, and Waste Management of FL, Inc.

Quick Fix to Entertain at Friday Fest

Friday Fest is Friday September 2, 2016 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Meet the Band: Quick Fix

“Quick Fix is more than just your typical 6 piece band from South Florida. Fronted by two phenomenal female lead singers, and a highly talented female drummer, they quite possibly could be the best female artist cover band in all of America. Quick Fix plays a wide variety – Pop, Rock, Soul, R&B, and most of their songs are covers of the greatest female artist songs throughout history and today that you love.

Jeff Brown, from iHeart Media, will also be at the September Friday Fest entertaining the crowd with Top 40 music.

Billy’s Bounce House has teamed up with Main Street Fort Pierce to provide children’s activities during Friday Fest. The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions.

Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.
Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.

Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!
DINE, SHOP, AND ENJOY BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC, DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE
FRIDAY FEST – September 2, 2016 – 5:30 to 9:00 PM
Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950

Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes:
Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Gotta Go Green, Macaroni Kid, Park’s Rental, Southern Eagle Distributing, and St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com

22nd Annual Reverse Raffle – Live & Silent Auction

“Passport to Morocco” 22nd Annual Reverse Raffle – Live & Silent Auctions

Step into the country of Morocco, an exotic place full of culture, history and adventure as Main Street Fort Pierce presents a “Passport to Morocco”. The 22nd Annual Reverse Raffle Live & Silent Auction is the hottest party of the summer and will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2016. The event starts at 6:00 pm with registration, dancing, and the silent auction.

Main Street Fort Pierce will transform the Pelican Yacht Club into a Moroccan experience full of mystic and color to tantalize your senses and transport you to this remote country on the edge of the Sahara desert.

Belly Dancers, Tarot Card Readings, and Cigars from Rizzo’s Tobacco Emporium will enhance your evening. Take a Shot Photo Booth will be on hand at the event to capture your memories. So…come ready to party and dance into the night as DJ Jeff Brown will entertain us with today’s dance music.

Enter the Indian River Room – our very own marketplace full of silent auction items awaiting your bids. This is where the pulling of the reverse raffle numbers begins at 6:30 pm and the live auction will commence at 8:30 pm. The live auction will have some of your returning favorites – Adam’s Ranch tour and lunch, Reverse Raffle committee dinner, mosaic by Anita Prentice, and an original painting by Collen Nash Becht. There will be some exciting new items and a painting by Lisa Jill Allison.

For those of you who do not know what a Reverse Raffle is: A Reverse Raffle begins with a set amount of numbers. The first number wins a $100.00 and then every 25th number called wins $50.00. The last 10 numbers all win money starting at $100.00 and ending with the grand prize of $2000.00.

Each ticket is $100.00 and entitles the ticket holder to one raffle number, admission for two, light appetizers, music, dancing, and a fabulous live & silent auction. Tickets are limited, advanced ticket purchase only, and no tickets will be available at the door. We sold out last year so get your tickets early!

The Reverse Raffle is the major fundraiser for Main Street Fort Pierce and we could not put on this event without the help of our sponsors. We are proud of the businesses supporting this year Reverse Raffle and would like to introduce you to our special sponsors.

“Rock the Kasbah” Sponsor
Seacoast_logo_PMS-Stacked2015SEACOAST BANK
Seacoast Bank invests in you and in your community, because it is their community, too. Established for nearly 100 years, Seacoast combines the history and personal service of a community bank with the convenience and technology you’ve grown to expect. Seacoast is committed to providing an easy and convenient banking experience. With services including 24-7, 365 days a year, local Florida customer service center and online and mobile baking, Seacoast wants you to bank when it is most convenient for you from anywhere, at any time. For Seacoast, it’s not just business, it’s personal. Please visit SeacoastBank.com or stop by one of the many Seacoast Bank locations today.

“Casablanca Entertainment” Sponsor
ASSOCIATED COASTAL EAR, NOSE, THROAT & FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERYlogo_coastalENT-2

Associated Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat Physicians is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Charles Zeller IV to their experienced team. Dr. Charles Zeller is Board Certified in otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery. He offers medical and surgical care for patients of all ages (pediatric to the elderly) for sinus disorders, hearing loss, allergy testing and treatment. Dr. Zeller joins the team of 3 full time board certified MD’s, 2 Doctorate level Audiologists and an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner specializing in allergy. The physicians and staff believe in providing comprehensive, compassionate care for all families throughout the community and they take pride in providing their patients with the best Ear, Nose & Throat care available on the Treasure Coast. They keep same day appointments available and have two full service, centrally located offices in Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie.

For more information on Dr. Zeller or Associated Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat contact: Barbara Allen at Associated Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat
Fort Pierce Office: 4632 S. 25th Street, Fort Pierce, FL 34981 772-464-9595
Port St. Lucie Office: 1731 SW Gatlin Blvd, Port St. Lucie, FL 34953 772-335-1351
Website: http://coastalent.org/wp/

“Marrakech” Sponsor
superiorlogo1(All in Fun)SUPERIOR EVENT RENTALS
Superior Event Rentals is your premier event rental company on the Treasure Coast. Established in 2006, (formally All in Fun, LLC.) Superior Event Rentals is a locally owned, veteran owned, family owned and operated company. Superior Event Rentals provides rentals for any and all occasions. With an inventory consisting of tents, table, chairs, linens, custom lighting, dance floors, bars and much more there is no event to big or too small. Since 2006 Superior Event Rentals has been community oriented by donating goods and services totally over $100,000 to local charities on the Treasure Coast. Superior Event Rentals prides itself on helping our clients “Make Memories One Event at a Time”.

HBK & HBKS WEALTH ADVISORS: PROVIDING FINANCIAL PEACE OF MINDHBK
The HBK family of firms offers the collective intelligence of hundreds professionals in a wide range of tax, accounting, business advisory, financial planning, and other business operational services from offices in four states. Top-ranked in our accounting and wealth management services, we offer national-level expertise with the personalized attention of a local company.

OceanOCEAN CHIROPRACTIC & HEALTH CENTER
Visit Ocean Chiropractic & Health Center and enjoy a renewed sense of health and well being for an improved quality of life. This Fort Pierce wellness center offers a drug free chiropractic care for chronic pain, as well as treatment for auto accidents, slip & falls, workers’ compensation and school, sports, employment and DOT physicals. In addition, they provide massage therapy and weight loss programs. Dr. Carter is certified in the Webster Technique and is accepting new patients from newborns to geriatric.

Dr. Bradley Deiner, DC, Dr. Jennifer Carter, DC and their staff are here to help you achieve optimum health through chiropractic. Dr. Deiner is a graduate of Life University and Dr. Carter is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Ocean Chiropractic actively supports St. Lucie County Special Olympics, Ft. Pierce PAL and Main Street Ft. Pierce.

Follow Ocean Chiropractic & Health Center on Facebook and get daily health and exercise tips. To contact them for an appointment call (772) 460-9000. Ocean Chiropractic & Health Center, 805 Virginia Ave, #10, Ft. Pierce, FL 34982 Check out their new office in Vero Beach located at 1800 43rd Ave Vero Beach, FL – 772-569-3000

WMWASTE MANAGEMENT INC. OF FLORIDA

Waste Management is North America’s leading provider of integrated environmental solutions. We partner with our customers and communities to manage and reduce waste, increase recycling and create clean, renewable energy. Waste Management operates a transfer station in Fort Pierce to accept the city’s solid waste and recyclables. Our employees are dedicated to doing their jobs professionally and safely, and our corporate mission is to maximize resource value while minimizing environmental impact so that both our economy and our environment can thrive. Waste Management is committed to giving back to the communities it serves and is a proud sponsor of this year’s Reverse Raffle.

“Tangier” Sponsors
Berger, Toombs, Elam, Gaines, & Frank CPA’s PL
Blue Water Grill, Cobb’s Landing, Original Tiki
Dibartolomeo, McBee, Hartley, & Barnes, PA
East Coast Lumber/Ace Hardware
Fort Pierce Utilities Authority
Fort Pierce Yacht Club/Treasure Coast Youth Sailing
RK Davis Construction
Southern Eagle Distributing
St. Lucie News Tribune/TcPalm.com
Subway Downtown Fort Pierce

“Sahara” Sponsor
Airtronics Automation & Security
Epic Events
Haisley Pet Loss Services
Louden Bonded Pools
Miller Insurance
Mr. Johnny’s Car Wash
Post Insurance & Financial, LLC
Sheriff Ken J. Mascara
St. Lucie Eye Associates
The Cake Lady
TLC Experts

Main Street would like to thank these businesses for making the Reverse Raffle possible and for supporting Main Street. When your need arises, support our local businesses that support our local community.

The Reverse Raffle is a fundraiser for projects and goals of Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc. For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to purchase a ticket, please call Main Street at (772) 466-3880 or www.mainstreetfortpierce.org