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MARTIN COUNTY – There will be plenty to do in Martin County this weekend, whether it’s attending the Wild West Children’s Ball, checking out the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast’s first ever Homecoming, or enjoying a ‘Beer and Wine Bounce’ in downtown Stuart.

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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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STUART - For 12 years, Tykes & Teens has been kicking off the holiday season in Martin County with a spectacular display of decorated trees and wreaths, and this year is no exception! The 12th Annual Tykes & Teens Festival of Trees & Lights will be the largest yet, with approxima…

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STUART — The Interfaith Alliance of the Treasure Coast is inviting the public to come together to demonstrate their solidarity with other faith groups at the third annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. Held from 4-6 p.m. at Temple Beit HaYam, 951 SE Monterey Commons Blvd., the event also p…

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JENSEN BEACH – A tradition on the Treasure Coast for 32-years and the signature event of Jensen Beach, the Pineapple Festival will be held in downtown Jensen Beach the weekend before Thanksgiving, Nov. 22-24, 2019. The festival’s presenting sponsor is Mulligan’s Beach House Bar & Grill. …

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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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Dr. Edwin Massey, President, Indian River State College

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Highly successful Port Salerno event pushed the limits of local popularity with second-day request

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STUART — The shelter animals at the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast will benefit soon from a brand new event that the nonprofit organization is planning. The “HSTC Homecoming” will be held from 7-10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Ma…

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Broadway heartthrob Jared Zirilli stars as Dracula in world premiere of Gordon Greenberg & Steve Rosen’s

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MARTIN COUNTY - If you have ever loved a pet, this fun and thoughtful Broadway comedy will leave you laughing and nodding in agreement. Greg and Kate have moved to Manhattan after 22 years of child rearing in the suburbs. Greg brings home a dog he found in the park—or who has found him—beari…

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STUART – For the sixth year in a row, the Zweben Law Group is partnering with United Way of Martin County on the Zweben Law Group Bike Drive to make the holidays extra special for local families who are struggling to make ends meet. The goal of the month-long initiative is to raise enough mo…

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MARTIN COUNTY – There will be something to do for everyone this weekend in Martin County, whether it’s catching a movie under the stars, attending a screening of an award-winning film, or dancing the night away at a Halloween bash.

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Indian River State College (IRSC) hospitality and culinary students participated in a unique event to network with, and learn from, area executive chefs, chief operating officers, and owners and operators of some of the area’s select clubs, restaurants, and suppliers during the IRSC Culinary…

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Indian River State College (IRSC) welcomes students, United States military veterans and community members to attend the IRSC Veterans Panel on Thursday, November 7 at 11 a.m. in the Schreiber Conference Center on the Pruitt Campus at 500 N.W. California Boulevard, Port St. Lucie. Listen as …

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Stuart - October 8, 2019- Tykes & Teens is now accepting nominations for the 2ndAnnual Dreamcatcher Award which honors the legacy of Tykes & Teens employee Dolores Ripper who passed away in May 2017. This award seeks to honor a woman who:

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TREASURE COAST - October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual, international campaign to increase awareness, raise funds, and provide information for those affected by the disease.

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A Treasure Coast holiday tradition continues as Indian River State College (IRSC) hosts the 39th Annual Holiday Bazaar—formerly called the DECA Bazaar—Saturday, November 16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the IRSC Main Campus at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce. Hundreds of craft and gift items…

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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.