ABOUT GGEACA

Golden Gate Estates Area Civic Association is a non-partisan, non-political, not-for-profit community oriented organization. Membership is comprised of Estates Area residents and businesses. The Estates Area is defined as the Platted Golden Gate Estates and the area within 2 miles of its perimeter. Associate memberships (non-voting) are available for non-area-resident individuals, businesses and community leaders. GGEACA has monthly meetings on the third Wednesday each month at 7:00 pm at Golden Gate Fire Station #71, (100 13th St SW - behind the Estates Branch Library). Memberships range from $20 to $35 annually. GGEACA publishes a monthly newsletter “The Estates Area Voice Newsletter” and maintains a website - www.estates-civic.org
The public is welcome at meetings and invited to join our growing organization!
Golden Gate Estates Naples, Florida "The Rural side of Naples"
2015 The Golden Gate Estates Area Civic Association Inc. P.O. Box 990596 Naples, FL  34116-6002                                                                                 
P.O. Box 990596 Naples, FL  34116-6002   
Antonio Vivaldi- Lute Concerto for strings and continuo



Golden Gate
Estates
Fire Station #71

13nth St. SW
Golden Gate
Estates 
Naples, FL

Next Members
Meeting

Wednesday
April 15th
2015
7:00 PM




May 2015
Jerry Craft, Owner of Fayard Hardware Store at Wilson Plaza is battling cancer.

Employees of Fayard Hardware have put together a small fundraising effort at the Wilson Plaza store to help Jerry Craft’s family 
with medical bills associated with his ongoing fight against cancer. Donations can be made at the register and cards are hung from the ceiling 
recognizing those who donate. If you have an opportunity to assist, stop by the store and lend support.
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Shirley Cothran

John F. Graham

Joseph Lyons