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Brevard County: Celebrate womanhood with One Senior Place
VIERA -- Beauty. Intelligence. Power. Grace. These are all words that accurately describe women. In celebration of the women of Brevard County, One Senior Place will host its seventh annual "Women's Day Extravaganza," Friday, May 17 from noon until 4 p.m. "When One Senior Place first opened, we realized that women......
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Indian River County: Students cycle to school
SEBASTIAN -- Nearly 200 feet pedaled down Powerline Road in Sebastian during National Bike to School Day on May 8. Sebastian Elementary School in Sebastian was the only school in Indian River County and one of 57 in the state to formally participate in the inaugural national bicycle safety emphasis d......
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Martin County: YMCA recognizes volunteer
INDIANTOWN -- Last week, during National Volunteer Week, the YMCA of the Treasure Coast thanked its volunteers for their efforts in keeping the Y kids safe, the facilities looking clean and the members happy. Amongst those acknowledged was long-time Indiantown YMCA volunteer, Ben Sorenson. Mr. Sorenson, 85, has volunteered at......
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St. Lucie County: Honoring the "fallen heroes"
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- The overcast sky reflected the somber mood of those who attended the wreath-laying ceremony held on May 13 at the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office. Family members, friends and law enforcement gathered as St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara recognized the sacrifices made by six deputies, ......
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Volusia County: Don Sugg, 98, to skydive for homeless
Many people will jump through hoops to be of service. Not too many are willing to jump out of airplanes to do so -- certainly not at 98 years old and legally blind. Surrounded by pictures of people, dogs, bridges, buildings and inspirational passages, Donald Sugg sat at a large desk, a ball cap emblazoned with the words "positive thinking" poised on ......
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