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Business Person of the Month - January

Richard T. Grimaldi

Owner and President of Gameroom Concepts Unlimited

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Christmas Parade Winners

Best Float: MRBL BBQ

Best Vehicle: Old Kinderhook Glass

Best Walkers: Lake Brantley High School Step Team

Celebrate the Season Sponsors:

Orlando Health

Waste Pro

Duke Energy

AC’s Heat & Air LLC

Nation Law

Deborah Perry, PA, Realtor® Watson Realty Corp.

Frey Insurance Agency

Seacoast Bank

Cottage Gift Shop

Florida Pure Water Solutions

Breakfast with Santa Sponsors

AdventHealth & Longwood McDonalds (Terris HR) off SR 434: 

This year there were four recipients of this Award. At the Longwood City Commission Meeting on January 16, 2023, the Award was presented to Mayor Matt Morgan, Ian Schneider, Jon Ham, and Cathy & Warren Brown.

The City Commission and the citizens of Longwood are very proud to recognize these extraordinary individuals for their many years of personal service, dedication to assisting those in need, commitment to helping the community, desire to give of their time and energy, and positive impact especially on the youth in our community.

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