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Shower to benefit the kittens of local shelter
For Hometown News PORT ST. LUCIE The community is invited to attend the Pitter-Patter of Little Paws Kitten Shower at the Humane Society of St. Lucie County's Port St. Lucie shelter, 8890 N.W. Glades Cut-Off Road, Saturday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both the HSSLC's Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce shelters will be accepting shower gifts from...
Multipurpose field open to the public
For Hometown News PORT ST. LUCIE -- Pursuant to direction given by City Council, the Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that additional open space recreation area is now available for use by the public at 10250 S.W. Village Parkway behind Tradition Studio. The large multipurpose field adjacent to I-95 is available for use as...
Boys and Girls Club of St. Lucie County director receives award
For Hometown News ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Boys and Girls Club St. Lucie County Director Michael Sancho recently learned that Boys and Girls Club St. Lucie County is the latest organization to be awarded one of the monthly Dyer Difference Awards. The $3,000 award was granted to the organization which serves over 4,000 children each year to assist wi...
Bank's participation in livestock auction pays off for charities
For Hometown News STUART -- Seacoast National Bank participated in the livestock auction at the St. Lucie County Fair purchasing a steer for Beef Builders and two hogs. One of the hogs purchased, was owned by Mason Day, and the meat donated to Mustard Seed. The second hog, owned by Debra Chabot, was purchased by Seacoast and Dunn's Tractor Ser...
Program to help children deal with life troubles, safety
For Hometown News ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- The radKIDS class in June will help children deal with attempted abduction, bullying, personal safety, stranger safety and more, according to St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara In June, children ages 5-12 can take a unique personal empowerment program in St. Lucie County, according to Sheriff Ken J. Ma...
Prize presented for innovative water farming design to future agricultural engineers
For Hometown News ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Two college seniors from the University of Florida at Gainesville recently completed a yearlong competition to create a sustainable, environmentally and fiscally responsible design for water management in agriculture. Vying for a cash prize, agricultural engineering majors Jose Rafael Guarin and Max Wallac...
Celebrate summer with safe boating
For Hometown News TREASURE COAST -- Nothing says the start of summer better than a sunny day and a boat ride with family and friends. To enjoy your day to the fullest, remember to be careful. Safe boating is in your hands. Each year, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers respond to far too many tragic boating accidents. Unf...
College's faculty member of the year chosen
For Hometown News TREASURE COAST -- Ray Carpenter was honored as the 2014 Faculty Member of the Year at Indian River State College. An Associate Professor of Business, he teaches courses in business management and accounting. The Vero Beach resident also coordinates capstone projects which engage IRSC seniors in a wide array of projects with l...
College program awards scholarships
For Hometown News TREASURE COAST --Deserving middle and high school students from St. Lucie, Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee counties earned a valuable incentive for future success. At a scholarship recognition ceremony held at Indian River State College, 40 students became the 2014 recipients of four-year tuition President's Challenge/Take...
Monofilament fishing line perilous for pelicans
For Hometown News TREASURE COAST -- Fishing is an important part of the Florida lifestyle as well as its economy. In spite of the obvious benefits, this leisure-time activity, on occasion, can lead to problems for birds and other wildlife such as sea turtles and manatees. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists...

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