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Eleven-year-old Deric Ott and fifteen-year-olds Tyler Daniel and Andrew Marini work the ‘Students 4 H2O’ booth.

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Florida Oceanographic SocietyExecutive Director Mark D. Perry talks about the oyster reefs.

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Seven-year-old Colin Meisenburg demonstrates shoreline erosion comparing bare shoreline, shore line with seawall and restored shoreline at the‘Ocean Research and Conservation Association’ booth.

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Three-year-old Reilly Thrasher watches Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders GiGi Pena and Yelina Davies.

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Curriculum Resource Teacher and Performing Arts Director Scott Laird sings after the talent show.

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Curriculum Resource Teacher and Performing Arts Director Scott Laird announces the winners.

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Four-year-olds Skyler Pierre-Baul of Fort Pierce and Finn Botson of Port St. Lucie learn the basics of skateboarding.

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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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VERO BEACH - Following a rare, sustained public outcry that packed several consecutive city meetings, the Vero Beach City Council has reversed plans to close the Leisure Square pool.

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VERO BEACH - Tennis star Mardy Fish, whose children’s foundation is based in Vero Beach, sent a video message to his foundation’s supporters in August, thanking them for supporting programs for Indian River County children.

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VERO BEACH - The 12th annual Mulligan’s Skim Jam returns to Vero Beach Sat., Aug. 31. The event at Sexton Plaza Beach is billed as the world’s largest one-day skimboard contest.

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VERO BEACH - As the city of Vero Beach debates whether to close the Leisure Square swimming pool, the community is invited to try out the recreation center’s facilities and programs for free on Sat., Aug.24, from 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

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VERO BEACH - The second annual Paddle Dash on Aug. 10 will benefit the Keep Indian River Beautiful Lagoon Friendly Lawns program.

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George Matthews caught a 22 inch, 26 lbs, black drum in Titusville on Father's Day.

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FORT PIERCE – The Spanish game of Jai Alai has been played in South Florida for almost 100 years with ups and downs in popularity. During its peak in the 1980s, the television show Miami Vice included it in the opening credit montage; wedged in between palm trees, beaches, pink flamingos and…

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VERO BEACH - The City of Vero Beach Recreation Department will hold Gymnastics and Aerial registration on Saturday, April 6, beginning at 8 a.m. at Leisure Square Fitness Center, 3705 16th St., Vero Beach.

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ST. LUCIE WEST - The Indian River State College Foundation announces the Pioneer 5k Run/Walk to be held at the IRSC Pruitt Campus in St. Lucie West Saturday, November 10 starting at 7:30 a.m. The Pioneer 5k Run/Walk provides a great opportunity for experienced runners and beginners, and for …

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The Westwood High School Panther’s Varsity Football Team’s home non-conference game against rival Fort Pierce Central High School’s Cobras was held at Lawnwood Stadium in Fort Pierce on Saturday, September 22. The Panthers defeated the Cobras with a final score of  26-18.   

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TREASURE COAST - In high school football, there is nothing like a battle between two undefeated rivals. Both enter the game on top of the world, believing they are the best and can beat anybody. One leaves the game with those lofty ideals confirmed; the other leaves dejected and defeated.

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TREASURE COAST — In high school football, there is nothing like a battle between two undefeated rivals. Both enter the game on top of the world, believing they are the best and can beat anybody. One leaves the game with those lofty ideals confirmed; the other leaves dejected and defeated.

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The Firefighter Combat Challenge was held at the Manatee Observation Center in Fort Pierce on Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15. The firefighters, wearing full bunker gear and a Scott 5.5 Air-Pak breathing apparatus, race head-to-head as they simulate the physical demands of real-life…