Propeller Club of Port Canaveral 2020 Board Sworn in During Club’s Annual Holiday Party

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Members closed out another successful year, will hold the first event of 2020 on January 8

Incoming Propeller Club of Port Canaveral president Lori Robinson, left, with outgoing president Bryan Bobbitt. (Propeller Club image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Lori Robinson, Business Liaison with CareerSource Brevard, incoming President of the Propeller Club of Port Canaveral, and her 2020 club officers and board members were sworn in during the club’s recent holiday party held at the Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral.

Members closed out another successful year at the event with holiday cheer and camaraderie and collected items for the Canaveral Port Ministry’s gift boxes prepared for seafarers working aboard vessels that visit Port Canaveral during the holiday season.

Outgoing President Bryan Bobbitt, Executive Director of Keep Brevard Beautiful, reflected on the past year and wished Robinson and the Board well for another busy and exciting year in 2020.

The Propeller Club will hold the first event of 2020 on January 8 at 11:30 a.m. at Fishlips Waterfront Bar & Grill in Port Canaveral. The guest speaker will be Robinson, who will provide an overview of the year ahead.

Club corporate partners will be invited to say a few words about their companies and organizations.

Former Port Director and Commissioner Mac McLouth sits in with the band on harmonica. (Propeller Club image)

One of the club’s most important missions is to bring together the Port Canaveral and Central Florida maritime community for monthly luncheons and special events that provide an opportunity for business networking and relationship building.

Another of the club’s primary initiatives is support for the Rockledge High School HELM Maritime studies program which prepares students for potential careers in the maritime industry with field trips and career shadow days at the port.

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Interested individuals and companies in the Port Canaveral and Central Florida communities are invited to join the club.

In addition to the support of the RHS HELM program, the club also gives back to the community through support for the Canaveral Port Ministry, Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation, Keep Brevard Beautiful, the Port Canaveral Maritime Day Commemoration and July Fireworks, scholarships for maritime industry college students and the Sea Cadets.

For more information or to join, send an email to propellerclubcanaveral@gmail.com or visit the Propeller Club web site at canaveral.propellerclub.us.

ABOVE: Canaveral Port Ministry Director Mark Wodka, center, with his wife Jeanie, left, and Larry Lallo, Executive Director, Merritt Island Redevelopment Agency. (Propeller Club image)
ABOVE: Ivey’s Construction VP Rocky Johnson with Canaveral Harbor Pilot and former Cape Canaveral City Council Member Brendan McMillin and hiswife Sandra (Propeller Club image)

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