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New cat shelter almost ready for adoptions
VERO BEACH -- He may be small, but three-month old Silver is a frisky feline fighter. The gray, silver and white kitten hasn't had the easiest of life so far, dealing with various illnesses that have left him a little smaller than his peers, but he is growing up and catching up, said Barbara Eakins. ...
Flying high in circus practice
More than 125 children and teens, ages 3-years-old and up, are practicing at Leisure Square for the 39th annual Aerial Antics Circus sponsored by the Vero Beach Recreation Department. From left, Ally Duffany, Susane Price, Taylor Cull and Jaelyn Baxley glide across the floor during their dance routine....
School district welcomes new hires
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Two newcomers and one familiar face took their seats as new assistant superintendents for the Indian River County School District earlier this month. Bruce Green, former executive director for instruction and information technology, put on his new hat as assistant superintenden...
Summer practice
Maddy Urselean snaps to a pose on the scaffolding during Aerial Antics Camp at Leisure Square Wednesday, July 10. This year's theme is 'Circus de Colores.' The production combines different types of dance, gymnastics with acrobatics and circus aerobatics. All of the music for the aerobatics and dance will include a...
Commission approves lagoon oyster reef project
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Indian River County commissioners OK'd a pilot project for an oyster reef designed to help clean up the Indian River Lagoon. During the July 9 meeting, commissioners voted to spend $28,500 to help construct and monitor an oyster reef north of Indian River Boulevard and U.S. 1. ...
Watery fun
Twelve-year-old Jake Gilreath, left and Matthew Caskey, 11, take a wild ride on the flat tube pulled by John Iorio and Kristin Coxeon. The St. Edwards' Water Camp has been a big hit for many years with students on summer break. The camp offers a wide variety of water related fun like Jet Ski rides, stand up paddle ...
Life is a breeze
Learning to sail as a child isn't complicated as long as you join the Youth Sailing Foundation of Indian River County. The not for profit organization offers sailing lessons for youth 8-years-old and up. Free lessons are available for youth 8-14. Recently YSF campers gathered in the cove behind the Moorings Club fo...
Exiting county attorney is lauded
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Retiring county attorney Alan Polackwich was recognized last week for his contributions to the county on the same day his successor took his new seat on the dais in the Indian River County Commission Chambers. Mr. Polackwich announced...
Lagoon, environment troubles on the rise after lake run-off
TREASURE COAST -- Dolphins are dying, oysters are disappearing and entire underwater ecosystems are disintegrating and Indian Riverkeeper Marty Baum just can't take it anymore. He's dedicated himself to a mission of protecting, restoring and advocating for the waters of the Indian River Lagoon and it breaks ...
Campers get their exercise while learning a skill
More than a dozen students grades 7-12, joined the Sebastian River High School Crew Team on the C-54 Canal the 2013 Learn to Row Summer Camp. There is no experience required. The camp will teach students from beginner to the more advanced. For more information call (321) 806-9971 or email SummerCrewCamp@gmail.com...
Taking advantage of the breeze
Bennet Northen, left and Riker Pratt maneuver their way through a course during the Youth Sailing Foundation summer camp....
Nonprofit gets much needed support
SEBASTIAN -- The Sebastian Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indian River County has a lot to be excited about. As part of Quail Valley Charities $20,000 grant to the Clubs, fifteen brand new laptop computers were purchased, along with a rolling, locking, storage cart to store them. The remaining funding will go directly to s...
Grants to help prevent domestic violence, abuse victims
TREASURE COAST -- The Verizon Foundation has launched a new program to provide $100,000 in grants to Florida organizations in the effort to prevent domestic violence and to serve victims of abuse. The 2013 Florida Domestic Violence Prevention Solutions Grant Program is open to nonprofit agencies and organizations all over the ...
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Eleven-year-old Skyler Koehler, left and his brother, Devin, 8, explore the shore during low tide at MacWilliam Park boat ramps Wednesday, July 3. They were at the ramps with their dad Brian who was visiting his uncle Kevin Koehler for the July 4 holiday....
Need to know
County accepting applications for SHIP program Starting Aug. 1, and continuing until all funds used, the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, will be accepting applications from households in the very low, low, and moderate income categories for down payment/closing cost loans and rehabilitation loans. For Fiscal Year 2013-14, $3...

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