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VERO BEACH - In April, Pelican Island Audubon Society and the Environmental Learning Center launched an ambitious effort to plant 100,000 new trees in Indian River County over the next 15 years. The planting has begun, and residents can participate by planting free oak or bald cypress trees,…

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Indian River Hospital - Thursday November 7, 2019, VERO BEACH - Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital welcomes board-certified family medicine physician Tania Ziegler, MD. Dr. Ziegler earned her doctorate of medicine from the University of Toledo College of Medicine. She completed her resid…

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Vero Beach - Join the City of Vero Beach Recreation Department’s 200 -student cast as they present ‘Christmas Wish List’, an original holiday production. ‘Christmas Wish List’ combines amazing acrobatics, beautiful dancing and daring aerial acts into an original script about children on thei…

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TREASURE COAST ― This year marks the ninth year that America’s Adopt A Soldier will reach out to America to ask for cards of thanks to share with our nation’s service members who are deployed and veterans who are in state veterans homes and hospitals.

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Treasure Coast - Last week, to make a positive impact on residents the Treasure Coast, the Medical Executive Committee of the Physicans of Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute presented $6,500 in donations. The first check was presented to the HANDS Clinic, a Volunteers in Me…

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FORT PIERCE – Adam M. Schaefer, M.P.H., an epidemiologist from Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, has joined forces with scientists from the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds to save the African Penguin.

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Vero Beach - Vero Beach Dog Park was recognized with a GREEN Award at the Industry Appreciation Awards luncheon held by the Economic Development Division of the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce.  The park was recognized in the category of Architectural Recognition for Phase II of dog …

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Indian River County - For three consecutive years during Thanksgiving week, community faith leaders here in Vero Beach have gathered together to celebrate their “Unity in Diversity.” This year’s Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration will be held at 7:00 PM on Monday, November 25th, the Unitari…

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VERO BEACH - The Public Works Department of Indian River County has been awarded a $432,783 Florida Department of Transportation Local Agency Program grant for the construction of an eight-foot wide concrete sidewalk along the east side of 43rd Ave. from Airport Dr. West, near the Vero Beach…

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VERO BEACH - Vero Beach realtors The Reynolds Team, in conjunction with Florida Coast Staging Company, partnered to host a Pink Party on Oct. 24. The open house event raised funds for Friends In Pink, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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VERO BEACH - The Florida Young Democrats of Indian River (FYDIR) have reconstituted their leadership team and organizational structure. Moving from a political committee registered under the State Florida Young Democrats, the FYDIR was dissolved and will now be a club under the Indian River …

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VERO BEACH – Join the Environmental Learning Center (ELC) for their signature holiday event, WinterGreen Night Lights on Friday, December 13 and Saturday, December 14 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. The ELC campus will sparkle with holiday lights and luminary’s glow. It will be an opportunity for you t…

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Not only does the Indian River Symphonic Association (IRSA) produce concerts throughout the season featuring some of the world's great symphony orchestras, they invest locally in promising musical talent, looking to the future. Since 2006, an important component of IRSA…

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We’ve all seen the photos and news footage of the utter devastation Hurricane Dorian wreaked upon our neighbors and friends in the Bahamas. Because so many of us think of the Bahamas as our own backyard playground and friendly neighbor, we all wanted to help rebuild this magical paradise whi…

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VERO BEACH – Sunday Strong, a 501c3 nonprofit founded in Vero Beach, will host a “Meet & Greet” on Mon., Nov. 4, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at The Arc West Campus in Vero Beach. The public is invited to learn about Sunday Strong and its program for adults with intellectual disabilities.

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TREASURE COAST – Every year, the American Red Cross’ Holiday for Heroes campaign provides the community an opportunity to send messages of thanks and holiday cheer to veterans and military members.

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - The Clean Water Coalition of Indian River County and the Indian River Neighborhood Association are urging Roseland residents to participate in a septic to sewer conversion project.

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Sebastian and Vero Beach city residents will go to the polls Nov. 5 to choose new city council members.

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VERO BEACH - Dr. Jacqueline Jacobs, United Way and Laura Riding Jackson Foundation board member, will review The Tenth Muse: A Novel by Catherine Chung, at the Nov. 4 American Association of University Women, Vero Beach Branch book review breakfast. Admission and breakfast are free.

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SEBASTIAN - On Dec. 14, 2012, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. took the lives of 20 children and six adults. One of the first responders that day, Deputy Clifford J. Labbe Jr., will give a talk on active shooter safety at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Sebastian.

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Dr. Edwin Massey, President, Indian River State College

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - During the first week of November, Indian River County will begin a beach and dune restoration project for the 3.1-mile section of shoreline that extends from just north of the Seawatch Condos in Indian River Shores, south to the Riomar Golf Course.

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VERO BEACH – The 2019 St. Helen's Catholic Church will celebrate the Centennial Celebration of St. Helen Catholic Church, and will feature all -American, old-fashioned, family fun in the sun.

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BREVARD COUNTY — In medicine, there’s one piece of advice that will always ring true: prevention is more important than hindsight— and that’s especially true when dealing with cancer.

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VERO BEACH - The Indian River County Historical Society will host their Annual Pineapple Party on Saturday, November 9th at the historic Hallstrom House & Farmstead. The event will take place from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on the grounds of the old home. There is no admission fee to the…

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Head Start is a federally-funded child development program designed to help break the cycle of poverty. Head Start provides preschool children from low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs. H…

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Job Fair added and attendance numbers double at this year’s free Avenue D event

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SEBASTIAN - A local veterans’ support organization will hold a ruck march at Friendship Park in Sebastian on Nov. 9. Participation is free, and anybody can join in.

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VERO BEACH - In honor of Veterans Day, the Veterans Council of Indian River County invites the community to attend a Veterans Day Ceremony Monday, November 11th, 2019 at 8:45am on Veterans Memorial Island Sanctuary in Vero Beach’s Riverside Park. This event is free to the public.

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Chris Adamson and Dominick Sciancalepore take on Jamie and AnnChauss in a game of pickle ball.

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Vice President of Treasure Coast Operations for Kolter Homes Wayne Soojian with Kolter Group Sales Manager Adam Horvit.

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Loren Anderson, director of marketing for Colter Homes, Port St. Lucie Mayor Greg Oravec and, cutting the ribbon, Pickle Ball Community Member Jamie Chauss and Wayne Soojian, vice president of Treasure Coast operations for Kolter Homes, with John Manrique, vice president of marketing  for Ko…

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Derick Prince, resident pro at Verano, explains the game of pickle ball to the crowd.

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U.S. Navy SEAL (Ret.) and Medal of Honor Recipient Master Chief Britt Slabinski, right shakes hands with Navy SEAL (Ret.) Cal Callison, who’s father trained and graduated in Class 13 with Master Chief Slabinski in Little Creek Virginia in 1954.

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The Martin County Sheriff’s helicopter flies above the Marine Corps League Justin J. Wilson Detachment 1045 Color Guard. 

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Caden Carter, 6, Alissa Crome, 5 and Sienna Shingary, 7, toss candy to bystanders as they walk with the parade.