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Brevard County: 'Music on the Hill' features young local talent
SUNTREE -- Some of tomorrow's brightest stars will rise this Sunday at a free, music-filled event. The Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard will host "Music on the Hill," a free concert, entirely produced and emceed by young, aspiring entertainers, on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. at Friendship Fellowship Chur......
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Indian River County: Dental practice, diner team up to provide families hot meals
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A turkey dinner with all the trimmings came a little early for the residents at the Homeless Family Center in Vero Beach, thanks to Roque Family Dentistry and Pelican Diner, both of Sebastian. The dentistry practice and restaurant crossed city lines to reach needy families la......
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Martin County: Seniors to receive Christmas gifts thanks to local doctor's generosity
MARTIN COUNTY -- Help bring a smile to the faces of area seniors this year with East Florida Eye Institute's Secret Santa for Seniors Program. For the third year they're asking the community to donate simple gifts that they will deliver to seniors in the Council on Aging's day program at the Kane center. Whi......
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St. Lucie County: Grant reunites children with lagoon
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- When funding for field trips for local children to sail on the Indian River Lagoon was cut, it wasn't only the children who suffered. Captain Bob "Chop" Lege has taken more than 40,000 children out on the lagoon, and when the funds were no longer available, he felt the lagoon s......
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Volusia County: Art festival poster features local "art teachers-art makers"
That first glimpse of the DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts poster is almost as exciting as the festival itself. Express Printing owner Bobbi Baugh has been on the board of directors for one of DeLand's biggest annual events for three years. One of her duties is to serve on the featured artist selection committee. Completely by coi......
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