Lead Photo: STARability Foundation’s STAR*Made Studio workers create candles for l Finding Sanctuary shop. Details below.
LEE COMMISSIONERS APPROVE WATER MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT WITH BONITA SPRINGS
LEE HEALTH HOSPITALS RATED IN TOP 5% IN U.S.
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CAPE CORAL-BASED ZOTTER CHOCOLATES SEES BUSINESS BOOM
AMMUNITION SHORTAGE MAKES HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING DIFFICULT
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ULTIMATE RELAXATION MASSAGE OPENS AT MIROMAR OUTLETS
OPULENT LIGHTING & DESIGN LAUNCHES VIRTUAL VENUE
STAR*MADE STUDIO STAFF CREATE CANDLES FOR FINDING SANCTUARY SHOP
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BNY Mellon Wealth Management names Guffey senior director in Naples
Sanibel Captiva Community Bank hires Guido
Keep Lee County Beautiful announces 2021 Board of Directors
Keep Lee County Beautiful Inc. (KLCB) announces a new member to the board of directors, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for the year 2021. Joining the KLCB board is Rodney Ford, Fort Myers territory general manager at Coca-Cola Beverages Florida. The Keep Lee County Beautiful slate of board members for 2021 include chair Molly Schweers, Lee County Solid Waste; vice chair Todd Hoagland, city of Cape Coral; treasurer Ron Kitlas, Famular LLC; secretary Melissa Kruse, Passarella & Associates; past chair Tom Mueller, Covanta Energy; chairman Emeritus Keith Banasiak, Waste Pro; Katie Berkey, Becker Lawyers; Linda Eroh, Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation; Jay Fandel, Boston Red Sox; Debi Greenfield, Greenfield Marketing; Jacki Liszak, Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce; Chip McElroy, Hodges University; Katie Moses, Lover’s Key State Park; Andrew Santos, T3 Communications; J.B. Schuetz, City of Fort Myers; Jim Suter, Advanced Disposal; and Amy Turner. Advisory board members are Ron Clayton, Mindy LaCroix, Peggy Lince, and David Scott.
Spiro & Associates executive appointed to Uncommon Friends Foundation board
Baby Basics of Collier County welcomes board members
The Immokalee Foundation helps middle school students jump-start their future
Lee commissioners donate three residential lots to affordable housing nonprofit
Lee County commissioners voted Tuesday to donate three surplus residential lots to a local nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing to the elderly, disabled, veterans and youth aging out of foster care. The lots donated to the Affordable Home Ownership Foundation Inc. are 1007 Eisenhower Blvd., Lehigh Acres; 1001 Eisenhower Blvd., Lehigh Acres; and 429 Sacramento St., North Fort Myers. The lots previously were acquired by Lee County due to non-payment of taxes. For more information on the Affordable Home Ownership Foundation Inc., a Fort Myers-based 501c(3) organization, go to ahf.today. For more information about surplus property, go to leegov.com/countylands/surplusproperty.
Pace Center for Girls hosting Virtual Holiday Auction Dec. 7-11
Pace Center for Girls, Lee County will host its first Love That Dress! Virtual Holiday Auction on Dec. 7-11, offering an expansive selection of high-end packages, products, and experiences up for bid to support Pace programs. Each year, generous donors provide dozens of silent auction packages to feature at Pace’s Love That Dress! shopping extravaganza. Although this year’s shopping event was postponed until 2021, Pace is opening the array of auction items up for bid in time for the holiday season, offering holiday gifting opportunities that also help support an important cause. Items up for bid include an island staycation for up to eight people with four days and three nights in a private home on North Captiva Island; and a private in-home wine sampling experience for up to 12 people from PRP Wine International. Bidding for the Virtual Holiday Auction opens at 8 a.m. Monday, Dec. 7, and closes at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11. The community can pre-register for bidding and receive sneak previews at Shop4TheGirls.GiveSmart.com.