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Shelter has more than just cats and dogs
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- When dogs and cats have nowhere to go, they usually take a trip to the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County. What happens to the farm animals though? The Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County, fortunately, has the facilities for farm animals and ...
Don't forget physicals and immunizations
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Summer vacation is quickly coming to an end, but before walking the halls of school, students need to make sure their medical paperwork is up-to-date. The Indian River County health department is reminding parents...
Kayaking fundraiser to benefit student heading to Antarctica
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Kayaking in Sebastian could help a local student travel to the South Pole. Archie Rea, a sophomore at St. Edward's School in Vero Beach, was accepted earlier this year into Students on Ice, an international youth experiential education program to Antarctica to learn about envir...
Community, educators gather for literacy goals
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- During a two day event, teachers, parents, school administrators and members of the community came together for a common goal: the students. The Moonshot Moment's goal is to work with community leaders to develop programs to get 90 percent literacy by the third grade in In...
Bubbles at the botanical garden
About two-dozen children were on hand this past week for Camp McKee at McKee Botanical Garden. Children ages 5-9 took part in program activities which included planting seeds in pots they made from paper, touring the gardens to search for bugs and making bug related art and of course, a water day where it's all abo...
Seminar on Reactive Attachment Disorder taking place Aug. 9
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- On Aug. 9 Guardians For New Futures and the Indian River Sheriff's Office will host an informative seminar on reactive attachment disorder, a rare but serious psychological condition affecting abused and neglected children. Reactive attachment disorder occurs when a child does not develop a healthy bond wi...
Veterinarian has no borders on equine health
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- There are plenty of animals all over the world that don't see the same type of attention and care as those at the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County. In that effort, Dr. Lyndall Soule, a veterinarian at the Humane Society, will head south of the equator on...
Bowling event to raise money for local nonprofit
TREASURE COAST -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties is looking for businesses, organizations and individuals to participate in our annual Bowl For Kids' Sake events. Each county will host its own event this year. St Lucie County's will be at Superplay USA on Sept. 21 with sessions at 9 ...
Outreach center provides more than food
TREASURE COAST -- Pride sometimes gets in the way of asking for help. When a family is down on their luck and finding it hard to make ends meet, a local nonprofit steps up to help them make ends meet and to give them a helping hand to get families back on their feet. Harvest Food and Outreach Cent...
Let music fill the air
James Brooks-Bruzzese, Maestro of the Symphony of the Americas, conducts the I Musici Estensi Chamber Orchestra in Preludio, from Traviata Act 1. The I Musici Estensi Chamber Orchestra of Italy, under the direction of Carlo Taffuri, Artistic Director and Lorenzo Turchi-Floris, Musical Director and Summerfest Compos...
Registration for youth football, cheerleading taking place Aug. 10
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The Indian River County Recreation Department registration for cheerleading, flag and tackle football have begun. These programs are for children 4-14 years of age. No child can turn 15 before Oct.1. The cost for tackle football and cheerleading is $45 per player and flag football cost $35 per player. Ther...
Need to know
In Season Attention, nonprofits, studios, galleries, museums, playhouses, historical sites, symphonies, community clubs and support groups: The deadline for submission of your organization's events to be included in the Hometown News' In Season section this year, which will cover October 2013 through March 2014, will be Saturday, Aug. 31. Please ...

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