223 Truman Ave. Key West
Key West Art & Historical Society, Commissioner Clayton Lopez, and Reverend Mildred Roscoe of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church at 223 Truman Avenue invite the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony and post celebration on Saturday, February 23rd from 1:00 pm to celebrate placement of a Key West Historic Marker plaque on the historic church located in Bahama Village.
The ceremony kicks off at 1:00 pm with marker recognition and presentations by Key West Art & Historical Society Executive Director Michael Gieda, City Commissioner Clayton Lopez, and Reverend Roscoe followed by refreshments. The church will be open for community viewing, and at 2:00 pm Commissioner Lopez will do his annual cycle around Bahama Village. In celebration of the Bahama Village community, the Society also offers ribbon-cutting attendees free admission to the Custom House Museum at 3:00 pm to view their current exhibit “The Key West/ Bahamas Connection.”
Refreshments provided by Centennial Bank and Bethel AME Church. Donations appreciated and support Bethel AME Church.
Sponsored in part by the City of Key West, The Oldest House, Waste Management, and Centennial Bank.