The SCTB Board of Directors has planned ahead! Members can look forward to informative events and great partnerships with other South County organizations. The tentative schedule for the year (always subject to change of course):
Friday, February 25, 2022 – School Taxes and the Superintendent
Friday March 25, 2022 – Welcome back from Tallahassee! Legislative Update
Friday April 22, 2022 – We encourage members to attend the Annual Economic Breakfast with the Venice Chamber
Friday May 24, 2022 (w/Rotary Club) – Meet the candidates for School Board
Friday, June 24, 2022 – Elections Matter!! Ron Turner, Supervisor of Elections
Wednesday July 27, 2022 – Fun at the Venice Chamber Annual Hobnob
Friday August 26, 2022 – Attainable Housing Issues
Friday September 30, 2022 (w/Rotary Club) – Commission Candidates
Friday, October 28, 2022 – Updates from City/County Executive Officers
will be streamed live on our Website and Facebook Page November 12th, 2020 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM THERE IS NO REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT!! Click the link below to watch the Live stream on our WEBSITE: https://www.sctigerbay.com
Florida Tiger Bay Clubs to present statewide election forums
The clubs are joining together during the coronavirus pandemic to present free online forums on important topics.
For the first time ever, 10 Tiger Bay Clubs from around Florida will join together to present a series of virtual forums on the presidential race and proposed state constitutional amendments.
The Central Florida, First Coast, Flagler, Gold Coast, Manatee, St. Johns, South County (Venice), Suncoast, Tampa and Volusia County Tiger Bay Clubs will present the forums free of charge as a public service. The Florida Tiger Bay Clubs Election Series 2020 forums will be at noon and shown (https://www.sctigerbay.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/sctigerbayclub)
“These forums are a direct consequence of the Coronavirus pandemic, which has forced so many in-person gatherings to the virtual world,” said Tampa Tiger Bay Club Yvonne Fry. “The statewide forums are a logical extension of the virtual forums our club has been presenting for several months. You could say this is an unintended benefit of our new normal.”
The online forums will kick off Friday, October 9 at noon with a panel discussion on Amendment 3, which would establish a top-two open primary system for primary elections for state legislators, governor and cabinet. Confirmed panelists are former congressman Jason Altmire, state Sen. and Republican Party Chairman Joe Gruters, Florida Democratic Party Chairman Terri Rizzo and Glen Burhans, Jr. of All Voters Vote.
Future forums in the series include Friday, October 16 at noon, panel discussion previewing the presidential election; and Friday, Oct. 23 at noon with panel discussion of Amendment 2, which would establish a $15 statewide minimum wage: and Thursday, Nov. 12 at noon with a post-election analysis of the Florida election.
The first Tiger Bay Club in Florida was founded in Miami in 1964 by politically minded people led by Stephen Ross, a local political consultant. More Tiger Bay Clubs have since been formed throughout the state. All are non-partisan organizations that operate independently. The clubs do not endorse candidates or take sides in political campaigns.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, monthly meetings were held as paid luncheons to hear from political speakers. The meetings are known for the tough questions asked by the knowledgeable and politically engaged members and often attract media coverage.
Only members can ask questions. During the virtual forums, questions are submitted in advance by members.
Child and Sex Trafficking the “fastest growing crime business in the world today”
Address: 425 U.S. 41 Bypass N, Venice, FL 34285 Phone: (941) 315-8474 (for directions only)
South County Tiger Bay Friday, Feb. 28th 2020 Registration: 11:30am Program: 12pm-1:30pm
Hotel Venezia Address: 425 U.S. 41 Bypass N, Venice, FL 34285 Phone: (941) 315-8474 (For directions only)
Program: Child and Sex Trafficking the “fastest growing crime business in the world today”
Lowell and Sally Senitz, Founders of Wings of Shelter Int’l, Inc. – safe houses for minor females rescued out of child traffickingFrancine H. Donnorummo Chief of the Special Victims Unit Office of the State Attorney – Twentieth Judicial Circuit Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office – invited