SWFL business leaders to reveal secrets behind growth

Every business owner wants to grow, but few know how to reliably make that happen. Experts who’ve proven their ability to build thriving businesses will impart their wisdom at a pair of Above Board Chamber of Florida luncheons in December. The meetings, titled “The Keys to Growing your Business,” will let attendees in on secrets [ Read more → ]

Sullivan State Farm toy drive helps Cape Coral children

Sullivan State Farm will be bringing many smiles to hundreds of children and families in the Cape Coral community this holiday season. State Farm agents Dawn and Michael Sullivan at 2708 Santa Barbara Blvd., #120, Cape Coral are collecting new, unwrapped toys and gifts through Dec. 16 to benefit Alexander’s Toy Drive in conjunction with [ Read more → ]

NBA’s future to go on display in Fort Myers

Today, Joel Embiid is the only NBA player in the top five in both points per game and rebounds per game. In 2011, he helped lead Montverde Academy to the semifinals of the Culligan City of Palms Classic. Soon, top-ranked prospects Cole Anthony, Scottie Barnes, Vernon Carey Jr. and a host of others will descend [ Read more → ]

Gather, Fathoms to dazzle senses on New Year’s Eve

Fireworks will light up the sky as champagne bottles pop and cheers ring in the new year at Gather and Fathoms. The premier waterfront dining spots in Cape Coral are hosting astounding New Year’s Eve celebrations on Monday, Dec. 31. The sumptuous preset menu from executive chefs Fabrice Deletrain and Benjamin Voisin starts with an [ Read more → ]

Rotary South All-Star Classic showcases college football prospects

It’s one last chance to see some of Lee County’s most talented high school football players before they move on to college. Florida State commits Quashon Fuller and Derick Hunter Jr. are among the 68 players selected from across the county taking part in the 30th annual Rotary South All-Star Classic on Wednesday, Dec. 5 [ Read more → ]

Local franchisor helping to make national TV show possible

Oasis Senior Advisors celebrates the bond between seniors and their families. That’s why the Bonita Springs-based franchisor is proud to underwrite the production of Family Pictures USA, a television series and transmedia project that will air in the spring of 2019 on WGCU-TV and nationally on the World channel. Family Pictures USA blends the personal [ Read more → ]

Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner fighting for better water quality

Clean water is worth fighting for. That’s why Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured, supports Captains for Clean Water and the broader community effort to clean and restore Southwest Florida’s waters. “This is where we work, where we play, and where we raise our children,” Bruce L. Scheiner said. “We all have [ Read more → ]

Fritz, Querrey, Bryan brothers to play in Madisen’s Match

Fast-rising American pro Taylor Fritz highlights the 2019 field as Madisen’s Match begins its second decade of tennis to support cancer treatment. Fritz, the world’s No. 49 men’s singles player, will take part in the two-day event on March 16 and 18 along with world No. 51 Sam Querrey, the 16-time Grand Slam-winning doubles team [ Read more → ]

Naples Senior Center at JFCS to begin Early Memory Loss Group

Memory loss is not a one-size-fits-all phenomenon. That is why Naples Senior Center at JFCS is launching a new Early Memory Loss Group, the first of its kind in the Greater Naples area for those who have early signs of dementia and mild cognitive impairment. The group will meet once a week for four hours [ Read more → ]

Elite NCAA schools zero in on City of Palms talent

Top-flight recruits committed to Villanova, North Carolina, Arizona, Florida, Auburn, Maryland, Memphis and Virginia Tech will soon play in Fort Myers. The 46th annual Culligan City of Palms Classic features six of the top 25 players in the current ESPN 100 Class of 2019 college basketball recruiting rankings. The event returns this year to Suncoast [ Read more → ]