SARASOTA, November 12, 2015 – Plymouth Harbor on Sarasota Bay, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, was awarded Sarasota Garden Club’s 2015 Civic Beautification Award for continually maintaining landscaping excellence.
Plymouth Harbor received the award at Sarasota Garden Club’s 50th Anniversary celebration of Civic Beautification, held on Wednesday, October 14. The Civic Beautification Award Program honors businesses, associations, and the City for keeping Sarasota beautiful through excellence in landscaping. Each year, the Sarasota Garden Club’s Civic Beautification Committee reviews various properties in the Sarasota area that previously won this award, searching for properties that continue to produce outstanding landscaping and curb appeal.
Including Plymouth Harbor, the Sarasota Garden Club presented 33 Civic Beautification Awards, ranging from commercial buildings and parks to churches and condominiums. One hundred and twenty six people attended the event this year, including honorees and garden club members.
Plymouth Harbor would like to thank Jim Myers, director of environmental services, Marcos Franca, landscaping, and George Salley, chair of Plymouth Harbor’s Resident Grounds Committee, for continually making it possible for us to qualify for this prestigious award.
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About Plymouth Harbor on Sarasota Bay
Plymouth Harbor on Sarasota Bay, founded in 1966, operates as a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) for 300 residents and is centrally located on the Bay between Bird Key and St. Armands Circle with vistas of the Gulf, Bay, and the city of Sarasota. It offers customized independent living residences, home care, assisted living, and skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy services in the Smith Care Center. The Plymouth Harbor Foundation was established in 2012 to further ensure the appropriate stewardship of contributed funds, develop fundraising strategies that support the most positive aging experience possible, and provide funding for innovative programs and services in the region. Please visit www.plymouthharbor.org or www.facebook.com/plymouthharbor for more information.