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Center welcomes new director
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Posted: 2013 Jul 26 - 07:10

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ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- Veronica Kolibab, has been transferred from Indian River County to Saint Lucie County as the director of special events.

Ms. Kolibab has lived in Port St. Lucie since 1985. She has been an independent business owner and an active member of the community including participation in Chambers, Community Events, and Charitable Events.

Ms. Kolibab has more than a decade of experience in sales, community relations and marketing. She also co-founded the Martini Network which has been successfully connecting business professionals for the last five years in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties.

She actively participated in forming the Hibiscus Children's Center's St Lucie Guild as a volunteer in 2008. "I have a passion for the cause by having a firsthand knowledge of what some of these children are experiencing," said Ms. Kolibab.

Ms. Kolibab has been the Director of Special Events for Indian River County since June of 2012. Indian River County events exceeded their budget goals for 2012-13 event season and she brought several new donors, event ideas and opportunities to Hibiscus Children's Center during the last 12 months with the agency in Indian River County.

Ms. Kolibab will be building a new St. Lucie Volunteer Guild that will include both men and women and creating fund raising opportunities here in St. Lucie County.

"I believe we can create some amazing opportunities in St. Lucie County to raise much needed funds so we can continue to shelter and protect the children" said Ms. Kolibab.

For more information about Hibiscus Children's Center's upcoming special events, volunteering for events, or learn more about our New Volunteer Guild for St. Lucie County, please contact Veronica Kolibab, Director of Special Events at (772) 340-5750, Ext. 427 or VKolibab@HCC4Kids.org.




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