VERO BEACH — To kickoff the yearlong celebration, the official Vero Beach Centennial Banner will be unveiled on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 10 a.m. The banner is to be hung over 14th Avenue by the Heritage Center in historic downtown Vero Beach.

This community event is sponsored by Publix Supermarkets, and the banner was created by Image 360 Vero Beach. This banner will hang for a year of celebration, through the final Centennial Celebrations to be staged in downtown on Oct. 26, 2019.

The official banner unveiling ceremony welcomes all community members to join this part of the Centennial Celebration. The event will begin with Mayor Harry Howle saying a few words, followed by Greg Grogolino from Publix Supermarket. After the opening words, the Florida Power and Light Company will present a sponsorship check. Vero Beach City Councilmember Tony Young will adjourn the ceremony with his closing remarks.

After the unveiling of the banner has taken place, there will be Centennial Committee meeting held at the Community Center.

Please visit the Centennial website regularly for times, locations and details on all upcoming activities. Event times, dates, locations and descriptions are subject to change.

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