Frontline Community Services teamed up with City Cuts Barber Shop, the Plant City Lion’s Club and Feeding Plant City for their first Haircuts for the Homeless event. The event provided haircuts, hygiene products and a hot meal for Plant City’s community in need.
Stingray Chevrolet was filled with book bags and school supplies as the Kiwanis Club of Plant City held its annual Stuff the Bus project. Each year Kiwanis provides an abundance of book bags stocked with all the necessary school supplies to students across the community.
Plant City Parks and Recreation leaves a lasting impact on community.
Through the Planteen Rec Center and newly-built Sadye Gibbs Martin Community Center, Parks and Rec provides a number of free or low-cost programs for Plant City’s residents.
Kiwanis Club of Plant City ushers in 100th anniversary. The group had a Centennial Celebration Dinner in honor of its long years of service to the community.
Residents got a sneak peak at the city’s new automated trash collection trucks during a special ceremony where the winners of the naming contest received prize packages for their winning entry. Just before the community headed into City Hall to take part in the first commission meeting of the month, a crowd gathered in the circle in front of the building to take in the new automated trucks.
Plant City Police Department promoted 12 officers in what PCPD said was more than likely the largest promotion ceremony in the history of the department.
The officers and their families gathered at First Baptist Church of Plant City for the ceremony. Chief James Bradford addressed the officers and told them to strive for excellence and make it a point to mentor those in their charge.