On Saturday, March 18, the LPA Key Club provided assistance to the Main Street Fort Pierce program by sponsoring and promoting the Coloring Wall during the Taste of the Sea and Sandy Shoes Seafood Festival in downtown Fort Pierce. Designed as a means to recruit festival participants in an entertaining and creative activity, the Coloring Wall was very successful.

Throughout the day, several Key Club members were able to entice young and old alike to express themselves with crayons, paints, chalk and markers. As the pictures show, the wall drew many children and adults alike to paint pictures, express their emotions and convey messages for others to read.

Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc. is a comprehensive revitalization program designed to encourage economic development in conjunction with historic preservation. Established in 1988, Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation) is a local, public-private partnership funded by memberships, fund-raising projects and city government.

The LPA Key Club’s next civic activity is scheduled for April 1 when it will join with the Fort Pierce Central Key Club, the Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis Club and the Public Works Department of the City of Fort Pierce in the Lott Insurance Beach Cleanup. It will begin at 9:30 am at the Kimberly Bergalis Beach Park. A lunch of Jambalaya and drinks will be prepared and provided by Lott Insurance Services.