(Naples, FL – August 25, 2020) Back to school is a little different this year than in years past, however the need is the same for children living in Immokalee. Aware of the need, Preferred Travel of Naples collected school supplies and backpacks during the months of July and August. With the efforts of staff,.
Emmanuel Community Park is teaming up with Eldredge’s Produce to provide a weekly curbside Farmers Market at the park located at 2770 Oil Well Road in Naples, west of Everglades Boulevard. The goal is to bring fresh produce to the community close to the park. The Farmers Market will be held each Thursday starting on.
Preferred Travel of Naples held their annual travel showcase on February 17 at Club Pelican Bay with over 450 guests in attendance. The For the Love of Travel themed travel event marked the 13th year for Preferred Travel’s annual extravaganza and the 13th year for benefitting a local non-profit organization. It was one of the.
Jeffrey and Katherine Robinson have been through the challenge so many families are facing. They needed to find the right level of care for Katherine’s mother, who had Alzheimer’s disease, but they met with a confusing web of choices. The experience inspired the couple to become the latest Oasis Senior Advisors, providing no-cost service out.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT Trish Fancher Tel: 239-334-3488 Email: email@example.com Web site: www.klcb.org Keep Lee County Beautiful Community Impact [Fort Myers, FL] (May 23, 2019) Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc. (KLCB) continues to make an impact in our local communities. In the first four months of 2019, Keep Lee County Beautiful has organized 76 events.
Amenity center now open at D.R. Horton’s Entrada community CAPE CORAL, Fla. (Jan. 10, 2018) – A resort-style pool with lap lanes and a spacious clubhouse boasting 4,900 square feet of air-conditioned space are now open to residents at the D.R. Horton Southwest Florida community of Entrada in Cape Coral. Food and drink, music and.
Florida SouthWestern State College’s (FSW) School of Education will hold a Pop-Up Adventure Play from 1-4 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 4, in the Practice Field (across from the Lockmiller Child Care Center) Thomas Edison Campus, Fort Myers. Pop-up Adventure Play is free and open to children of all ages. Pop-Up Adventure Playgrounds are free, public.
Tri-Town Construction is pleased to welcome Jay Barney as field superintendent. Barney is responsible for supervising commercial and residential construction projects and overseeing equipment and materials deliveries, as well as customer communication and satisfaction. Barney is a native of Fort Myers, Florida and has a background in commercial property maintenance, retail customer service, and home.
Tri-Town Construction recently hired Kevin Smith as its director of business development. Smith is responsible for developing and following up on construction leads and working with customers on defining and detailing the scope of their custom remodeling projects before turning the project over to the construction team. Smith is primarily responsible for customer communications up.
2015 is the Year of Professionalism and Ethics for the 66-year-old organization While sensational headlines trumpet the moral failings of a few bad actors among the legal profession, the Lee County Bar Association has served as an exemplar of integrity for lawyers and the community of Southwest Florida since 1949. The non-profit organization has recently.