Monthly Archives: September 2018

Vero Beach kicks off year-long Centennial celebration with activities for October

VERO BEACH— The City of Vero Beach will celebrate and their 100 years of becoming an incorporated city in Florida. All activities recognizing this historic date will begin a year in advance, in October of 2018 and continue until the Centennial Celebratory Crescendo on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The Centennial Presenting Sponsor is […]

Sep. 7, 2018|

John Carroll High School updates campus with help of UF/ IFAS partners

The John Carroll High School courtyard after the Courtyard Beautification Project.
Credit: John Carroll High School

FORT PIERCE — The John Carroll High School courtyard – the heart of campus – suffered the loss of its beautiful oak trees due to damage from Hurricane Irma. The school partnered with the University of Florida (UF)/IFAS Extension of […]

Sep. 7, 2018|

Renovated historic building marks milestone as Enrichment Center

The historic Golden Gate Building fully restored and operating as House of Hope’s Golden Gate Center for Enrichment.
Credit: Tara Jacobs
 

STUART – This August a community milestone was reached, it has been a year since the long-awaited opening of House of Hope’s Golden Gate Center for Enrichment, the distinct two-story historic building at the […]

Sep. 7, 2018|

Program allows students to conduct research on Indian River Lagoon

Credit: S.E.A. a difference Environmental Services

VERO BEACH– “A Day in the Life of the Indian River Lagoon” is a community-based, citizen science, and experiential research program designed to have students, teachers, and environmental experts collaborate in the collection of water quality and biological inventories along the Indian River Lagoon. On October 4, 2018, […]

Sep. 4, 2018|