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  • event & Updates

    Broadwater Boat Parade5th Annual Broadwater Boat Parade of Holiday LightS update

    It was the perfect evening for the 5th Annual Broadwater Boat Parade of Holiday Lights!  Thanks to all of our participants for a great parade!! Thanks to all of you who cheered from the shore and those that took the time to vote for their favorite. Thanks to John & Sue O'Conner for organizing the event, Tosti's for donating the 2nd & 3rd place prizes, Maximo Seafood Shack for the pre-party and Jason & Kim for the post party.

    Pictures may be viewed and downloaded here.

    The results of the voting were:
    First place: Boat #2 Jason & Kim Mottert

    1st Place Boat
    Tied for 2nd Place: Boat #5 Kevin & Michelle Stella (The Grinch Boat)

    2nd Place Boat 2015
    and Boat #10 John & Luz Sackett (The Kiss Boat)

    2nd Place Boat 2015 -1

    Carefest 2015

    On September 26th the City of St. Petersburg took part in Carefest.  Carefest is a national event dedicated to organizing volunteers for a variety of projects designed to improve the quality of life for neighborhoods and individuals in need.  Seven Broadwater volunteers staffed the registration tent at Lake Vista Park and efficiently checked-in volunteer groups out to their projects helping St. Petersburg win the Compassion Cup once again.  Thanks to Paul & Lee Krueger, Paul & Kathy Farmer, Dick Collins, Melissa Hartinger, Vicki Linkovich and Tom Ando for taking the time to care. Broadwater intends to participate in this event every year and we encourage everyone to get involved and be Bee Caretagious!

    CAREFEST 2015

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    St. Petersburg College Info

    St. Petersburg College Center for Safety Innovation has many educational seminars open to the general public. SPC is located at 3200 34th St. S.  For more information go to http://cpsi.spcollege.edu/index.htm

    health/wellness
    Heath & Wellness

    Keeping Your Energy High During the Holidays

    Tis the season for lots of wonderful things like giving, friends and family, food, festivities and much more.  That holiday goodness also includes socializing, lack of sleep, extra work, unhealthy food and alcohol.  The holidays can be very taxing on your body, mind and your wallet.  Here are a few tips on keeping up with the holiday spirit!

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  • event & Updates

    BCA Holiday Events13th annual bca holiday party update

    The 13th Annual Broadwater Holiday Party was a success thanks to Evelyn Hill and her volunteers. 
    The 180 folks who attended met the new director of the Skyway Marina District Keri Melshenker and elected our 2016 Board of Directors.  We were able to raise $950.00 which included our 50/50 raffle winner Karrie Klement graciously donating her winnings back to the Guard!  With the match from the Broadwater Civic Association and the 50/50 proceeds, a total of $2136.00 went to our National Guard families. Thanks to all who donated and the following who helped make this event a success: Evelyn & Jim Hill, Rhonda Fuller, Linda & Dana Farden, Kristie & Tim Wagner, Dana Ando, Vicki Linkovich, Mike & Maria Roesner, Gerry & Lynne Moore, Sean & Jennifer Nyitray, Ray & Gia Ockuly, Jean & Roger Sheahen, Paul & Lee Krueger, Paula Briggs, Jeff & Anna Klement, Breanna & Tyler New, our photographers Chuck Goes and Edie Creter, Sgt. Ally and the National Guard Armory, The Impacs, Greg Dent for the 360 Vodka and Tequila, Home Depot (22nd Ave N) for the Poinsettias, Pinch A Penny Pools and Smith & Associates for donating raffle prizes.  Pictures may be viewed and downloaded here.

    3RD ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY

    Halloween Party 2015

    The old Rahall Estate was an ideal setting for 3rd Annual Broadwater Halloween Party on October 24th.  It was a picture perfect night for a ghoulish party and 160 attendees did not disappoint with some great original costumes and some creative Halloween themed food and drinks.  Forty kids showed off their creative costumes, including 4 pirates, 4 ninja warriors, 3 Disney princesses and queens, and 4 superheroes! All neighbors 14 and under were invited to participate in the Kid’s Costume Contest.  All of the contestants gathered up front and the winners were called forward to be recognized and to choose their prizes which included giant cockroaches, fake vampire teeth, flashlights, finger lights, puzzles, art supplies, nerf balls, and dinosaurs. Click here for list of contest winners.  Great job on the costumes kids and parents!!  Many really great adult costumes made for a very competitive contest that consisted of 3 categories.  Most original costume was won by Erwin Danneels and Selenia Rodriguez as the Hamiltons,   Kirk Price won for funniest costume as the Mystery Monkey and Kim Burnett took the trophy for the scariest costume as the Zombie Cowgirl. The maze was full of special effects, questionable characters and many surprises.  For those who wanted nothing to do with the maze there was a little less scary graveyard and hayride driven by Sean Nyitray.  The food contest brought out our creative Broadwater chefs.  When the votes were tallied up there was a tie for first place as Kira Sokol’s Bloody Fingers and Luke Feter’s Owl Cake took top honors.  Thank you to all who participated in this fun contest as it really spooked up the food table!  All of this fun was made possible through the planning and hard work of Sean, Jennifer & Nova Nyitray, Charlie & Christy Phillips, Gia & Ray Ockuly, Mark & Patti Ewin, Tim Stevenson, Mike Pezze & Margaret Stone, Dick Collins, Tom Ando, Tim & Kristie Wagner, and our photographers Edie Creter and Chuck Goes.  And of course none of this would have been possible without our gracious hosts who allowed us to take over a large portion of their property for a week and have expressed interest in hosting again next year.  We also want to thank the City of St. Petersburg Neighborhood Partnership for a $500 mini grant to help pay for the event.  The grant is designed to support events that bring residents together and create a more cohesive neighborhood.  Click here to view pictures of this event.

    CHILDREN’S COSTUME CONTEST WINNERS
    BEST animal costume -- Ansley as the Cheshire Cat.
    scariest costume -- Leland & Ryan as Death and his Skeleton Warrior.
    BEST fairy costume -- Charlotte.
    BEST PRINCESS costume -- Sage as Princess Anna.
    BEST QUEEN costume -- Ettie as Queen Elsa.
    BEST VAMPIRE costume -- Anthony as Phantom of the Opera.
    BEST SUPERHEROES -- Bennet & Jayden as Captain America, Nolan as Spiderman and John as Flash.
    most traditional costume -- MacKenna as Little Red Riding Hood.
    BEST sports costume -- Jeremy as a Seattle Seahawk.
    most sparkly costume – Addie as a Sparkly Cat.
    sweetest costume -- Lila as the Pumpkin Ballerina, Alexus as a Bunny, and Ciara as a Kitty Cat.
    most colorful costume -- Kaitlin as a Crayon.
    BEST movie costume -- Madalyn as Princess Ariel from “the Little Mermaid,” and Kellen as a Starlord from “Star Wars.”
    BEST villain costume -- Dayonalee as the Harlequin.
    BEST group costume -- Alex and Gemma as Mummies.
    BEST pirate costume -- James, Easton, Jesse, and Kevin with his parrot.
    BEST Ninja costume -- Luke, David, Sean, and Nicholas as Dragon Slayer.
    BEST DEAD costume -- Jesse.
    BEST Nerd costume -- Kirsten.
    BEST 60’s costume -- Shannon as a Sock Hop Dancer.
    BEST Hero costume -- Andrew as the Knight Crusader.
    BEST WESTERN costume -- Jonah as an Outlaw.
    BEST INSECT costume -- Evanorah as a Bumble Bee.
    BEST ANCIENT MYTHICAL FIGURE costume -- Daunavyn as Thor.
    Congratulations to all and thank you for participating in our contest!

    membership

    Your dues are appreciated and support the many activities of the Broadwater Civic Association.  Thanks to our 304 paid members in 2015.  We ended up at 57% and 6 more members than last year’s total.  The 2016 membership form was included in the Winter Broadwater breeze or you can download it here. Please feel free to add a donation to your membership fee to allow us to do more to improve our already great neighborhood.  Please be sure to fill out your membership form completely even if your information has not changed.  This will insure that we have your information up to date.

calendar dates

  • 01.28/16 - Board of Directors Meeting
    02.05/16 - Spring Broadwater Breeze Deadline
    03.03/16 - General Meeting
    03.05/16 - Neighborhood Garage Sale
    04.24/16 - Broadwater Family Picnic

info & updates

  • Welcome Aboard!
    We now have three Welcome Aboard representatives. Kris Holtman, Maria Roesner, and Mary Lisan all live on 44th St S and will team up to make sure all new residents are welcomed in a timely manner. 

    If you need to let our Welcome Aboard ladies know about a new resident please email infolink@broadwaterfl.org or call Kris at 867-3172, Maria at 498-6899 or Mary at 215-962-8814.
  • Winter 2015 Beautification
    Jim Smith 4331 38th Way S.  Check out the view from Jim’s backyard as depicted on the garage door. View a time lapse video showing the making of this art at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01U3eo70R4U Winter Beautification Award Winner Congratulations!
    Jim Smith will receive a $25 gift certificate for their beautiful renovations. Compliments of Debbie & Mike Zito and Lee Krueger, Realtors®. From Bayshore to the Beaches…WE SELL TAMPA BAY! 727-865-TEAM (8326), Homes@StPeteTeam.comSmith & Associates Real Estate
  • Friendly Reminders
    Be sure to lock your vehicles when unattended and do not leave valuables in them overnight

    Please be mindful of the speed limit in Broadwater

    Please remind your contractors and guests to observe the “No Parking” signs on the north side of 46th Ave S.

    Please clean up after your pet.  It is against city ordinance to not pick up their waste so carry a bag and help keep Broadwater Beautiful.

    Holiday Trash and Recycling Reminders Trash Collection for Christmas week will be on Monday and Wednesday. No change for New Year’s week for trash or recycling.
  • Helping Hands
    Broadwater Helping Hands is a program developed to assist our residents who need temporary or permanent assistance and do not have the resources readily available to obtain effective assistance.

    Click to view a short video of the volunteer effort http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=302U_5x5eTI