Lake Worth city employee dies Thursday night

LAKE WORTH — Maxime Ducoste, the city’s assistant director for planning and preservation, died after a short illness Thursday evening, the city said.

Ducoste was at Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach surrounded by close family and friends.

He played a key role in the city’s community sustainability department, the city said.

Information regarding services and his family will be forthcoming.

 

How you can see a play for free at the Lake Worth Playhouse

LAKE WORTH — Do you have some free time? Do you enjoy plays?

If you can answer “yes” to both questions, this could be an opportunity for you.

The Lake Worth Playhouse is looking for volunteers to help conduct surveys of people attending “They’re Playing Our Song,” playing Thursday through April 30.
All volunteers will be given survey forms to hand out to audience members before the production and at intermission on the date of their choice. Volunteers can attend the show for free after the surveys have been collected. They will also receive a voucher for a free soft drink or snack.
If interested, contact Daniel at daniel@lakeworthplayhouse.org.