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Brevard County: 'Paws at the Pier' is wags of fun
BREVARD -- Residents with both two legs and four are invited to one of the Central Brevard Humane Society's biggest fundraisers next weekend. "Paws at the Pier" will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach Pier. The Central Brevard Humane Society has proudly hosted the fam......
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Indian River County: Pediatric rehab program restarted in Vero Beach
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A 60-year-old nonprofit organization in Vero Beach is going back to their roots by re-opening a children's therapy clinic. Sunshine Kids, a program of Sunshine Physical Therapy Clinic, is a nonprofit outpatient pediatric rehabilit......
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Martin County: Dog dash to benefit environmental, animal welfare efforts
JENSEN BEACH -It's the first 5k of its kind in Martin County, and it's already gone to the dogs. At 7:30 a.m. Sept. 14, Treasured Lands Foundation and The Pegasus Foundation will host the Dog Days of Summer Dash at Indian Riverside Park. Runners and walkers are invited to bring their best friends along for the ride. All dogs are......
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St. Lucie County: Health guru making his way to Civic Center
PORT ST. LUCIE -- From the outside, Richard Simmons is the picture of health, both physical and emotional. However, growing up, Mr. Simmons faced some of the same obstacles that can sometimes push one over the edge. "I was an overweight kid," Mr. Simmons said. "I was made fun of and bullied growi......
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Volusia County: Prison program helps dogs, inmates and veterans
Battlegrounds come in many forms. They are in foreign lands where young soldiers lose their lives or suffer so much trauma the lives they bring back don't seem worth living. Daily battles are waged on the streets where unwanted animals live, scavenging for food and in want of medical attention, love and shelter. Their best hope of......
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