Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company was proud to sponsor Warfield Elementary School Teacher of the Year Susan Wardell in the 2014 Indiantown Christmas Parade.
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company shared sponsorship of the June 2014 Indiantown Chamber of Commerce Breakfast with FPL. David and Patti Sharp of Floridian Gas with Hilary McKeich, chamber executive director, and Shawn Keil, chamber president.
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company was proud to sponsor the food and drinks for the Indiantown youth baseball players' 2014 annual awards banquet
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company is an enthusiastic supporter of Indiantown's annual Christmas Parade. In the 2013 parade, the company sponsored Lauren Gawel, a member of the Martin County Fair Queen's Court, in the parade.
Young members of the Indiantown YMCA T-Ball League model their new baseball caps, donated by Floridian Natural Gas Storage. FGS sponsored the caps for all the children and volunteers of the 2007 Indiantown YMCA T-Ball League. Shawn Keil, Indiantown YMCA Branch Director, is pictured in the back row.
The Education Foundation of Martin County's Prize Patrol visited Warfield Elementary School in Indiantown on October 17, 2007 to award education enrichment grants. The grant shown here will cover expenses for the production of a multi-media history of Indiantown to be produced by the school's second graders. Brad Williams and Dave Sharp (in white shirts at rear) of the Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company joined County Commissioner Doug Smith and Education Foundation representatives in awarding $50,000 in education grants. Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company donated $5,000 to the program, their donation was then doubled through a matching state grant.
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company presented a $5,000 donation to the Education Foundation of Martin County on August 16. The foundation is working to raise $40,000 by September 1st in order to receive a dollar-for-dollar matching grant from the state. Funding for the county's popular Classroom Enrichment Grant Program will be provided through these donations.
Left to right: David Sharp, Principal of Floridian Natural Gas Storage Co.; Lisa Rhodes, Executive Director of the Education Foundation; Brad Williams, Principal of Floridian Natural Gas Storage Co.; Bill West, Board President of the Education Foundation and Sr. Vice President of First People's Bank.
The Indiantown Branch of the YMCA of the Treasure Coast kicked off "Why You Matter," a new program for 10-to-13-year-olds. The program is designed to teach participants about a wide array of future career possibilities - from law enforcement to sports marketing. Brad Williams (white shirt, back row left) and Dave Sharp (far right) of the Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company are funding the program. Local community leaders, such as Thelma Waters (center-right) and Capt. Lloyd Jones (back row, right), will participate in program segments. YMCA board members, staff and youth members were on-hand May 10, 2007 to celebrate the announcement. For more information about "Why You Matter," call the Indiantown Branch of the YMCA at 772-597-3700. Photo by Maureen Saltzer
Floridian Natural Gas Storage Company President Brad Williams (right) is thanked for his company's $10,000 contribution to the Big Heart Brigade by Jordan Connors (left) and Tom DeRita (center). Connors is chair-elect for the Big Heart Brigade and DeRita is the co-founder and treasurer. All three men helped prepare for this year's Thanksgiving feasts in Martin and Palm Beach counties. Photo by Ike Crumpler
Brad Williams from Floridian Natural Gas Storage gets ready for the popular Indiantown Christmas Parade.