As the Flagler Tiger Bay Club celebrated its fifth annual meeting, it also celebrated Greg Davis, the club’s president for the last five years.
Davis stepped down as club president at the club’s Aug. 17 meet-and-greet. Davis had been president since he and his friend Don Madden co-founded the club in 2018. He said it was time for new leadership to ensure Tiger Bay remains nonpartisan.
“It goes back to our foundational promise to the community when we established Flagler Tiger Bay club,” Davis said. “I think we’ve built a fantastic organization that’s ready for the next leadership.”
Davis, a Republican, said the next president must be registered as a Democrat or No Party Affiliation.
The club is supposed to cycle through leadership between election cycles, but Davis said he was asked to remain because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He said he’s stepped down from the club’s board to give the new leadership space to lead, but will remain involved in the club.
“Now, it’s really about being of service,” Davis said. “Being of service, to me, is contributing and giving and doing things with no expectation of anything in return.”
A previous version of this story misidentified the artist of the sketch in the photo's caption and now correctly identifies the artist as Robyn Cowlan.