Monthly Archives: October 2020

The Stracuzzi Team at RE/MAX Community

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Leaders of the Treasure Coast
The Stracuzzi Team at RE/MAX Community
REAL ESTATE

The Stracuzzi Team at RE/MAX Community

With more than 30 years of experience, the Stracuzzi Team at RE/MAX Community is the No. 1 real estate team on the Treasure Coast.

Why work with one Realtor when you can work with a whole team? With a full-time office staff working 7 days a week, the Stracuzzi Team takes pride in providing the best support for their clients. The team includes a full-time showing coordinator, listing manager, marketing manager, closing manager and a team of 12 agents.

Patrick Stracuzzi

Patrick Stracuzzi, the top selling Realtor on the Treasure Coast, helps more than 300 families move each year.

With an outstanding reputation for results, the Stracuzzi Team sells more homes than any other Realtor each year. They are ranked No. 24 in the United States for RE/MAX and place in the top 1 percent in the nation. Awards include Hall of Fame, Lifetime Achievement, Circle of Legends, Luminary of Distinction and the Platinum and Diamond Award for RE/MAX International.

The team is led by Patrick Stracuzzi, the top selling Realtor on the Treasure Coast. He is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, a Certified Real Estate Specailist and a Certified Distressed Property Expert. In his career, he has completed more than 3,000 transactions with sales totaling more than $1 billion.

He and his team are dedicated to getting their clients the most amount of money in the least amount of time, continuing to raise neighborhood values throughout the Treasure Coast.

“As Realtors, we contract with our clients,’’ Stracuzzi says. “Part of that agreement involves terms like ‘commitment,’ ‘good faith,’ ‘diligent effort’ and ‘looking out for the best interests of the client.’ We take these terms very seriously. As a client, you will be treated and serviced as we would want to be treated and serviced. Our team also loves to call the Treasure Coast our home, so we will always be in your best interest. We love serving the community with all our heart.’’


The Stracuzzi Team at RE/MAX Community

2895 Ocean Blvd., Stuart FL 34996
772.283.9991
www.Stracuzzi.com


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Oct. 13, 2020|

Gloria Seidule

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Gloria Seidule
INJURY LAW

Gloria Seidule

STEVE MARTINE

Gloria Seidule is a lawyer who continues to beat the odds and achieve goals for her clients because she believes in them and their cause.

“I graduated from the University of Florida and knew immediately that I wanted to represent people who needed help after personal tragedy hit their life,’’ she says. “For more than 30 years I have been proudly representing people whose lives were forever changed due to the negligence of others.’’

Seidule early in her career through the present has obtained multi-million dollar verdicts for her clients. Active in the Florida Justice Association and a co-founder of the Treasure Coast Justice Association, Seidule has been recognized with the highest rating possible for ethics with “AV” by Martindale Hubbell. She also has achieved “Super Lawyer Status” in medical malpractice and has been given the “Hastings Award” by fellow personal injury lawyers on the Treasure Coast for her commitment to justice for the people.

She is one of the few lawyers in the country with legal expertise in Infectious disease law, including the legal aspects of infection control. This enabled her to create a coronavirus video series that assisted companies to recognize and react to the epidemic when it first occurred from a legal standpoint. She also has pioneered lawsuits against corporations and governmental entities for liability for the sexual abuse of children, such as in schools, private daycares, churches and other organizations.

“My clients come first. I sincerely work as a personal injury lawyer with the goal of helping others in their time of need,’’ she says. “I believe in our system of justice, and I am proud to be a lawyer.”

Entering law school in 1984, Seidule was also one of the first women in the field of personal injury law. “At the time, women in law were considered to be more suited to divorce work and appellate work,’’ she says. “Never trial law. I helped push that barrier aside for other women to be accepted for their talents in trial work, representing people in front of juries, and achieving justice. While doing so, I raised two children who are now University of Florida graduates with master degrees and contributing to society by also helping others. Back then, it was a goal of proving women could ‘have it all,’ meaning work, children, families and personal fulfillment.

This was a new concept that has now become part of the fabric of law. I would like to think I helped open the door for the generations of women to come in the trial practice of law.’’


Law Office of Gloria Seidule

2400 SE Federal Hwy, Suite 300, Stuart, FL 34994
772.287.1220
GloriaLaw.com
Personal injury law, medical malpractice, children’s injuries from abuse, auto accidents


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Oct. 13, 2020|

Dr. Amy E. Crary and Dr. Elizabeth Bacha

Drs. Amy E. Crary and Elizabeth Bacha of Aesthetic Dentistry of Stuart promote the overall health and well-being of patients, from routine cleanings to full-mouth reconstructions and everything in between.
Oct. 13, 2020|

Treasure Coast Business News 10.13

Bank of America Charitable Foundation grants IRSC $20,000 in support of area small businesses
Oct. 13, 2020|

Treasure Coast Business News 10.5

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October 5, 2020
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Navy SEAL Museum names new executive director
Commander Grant Mann, USN SEAL (Ret.)
FORT PIERCE – The Navy SEAL Museum is proud to announce that Grant Mann has been named the new executive director of the nonprofit. Mann succeeds Rick Kaiser, who held the position for the last eight years.

Mann joins the museum following retirement from NSWDG in Virginia Beach, VA. Kaiser, who dynamically transformed the museum from its humble beginnings into a museum of national eminence, will transition into the role of chief operating officer. This will allow him to further expand the scope and breadth of the museum’s outreach and growth. The museum anticipates that Mann will leverage Kaiser’s countless achievements to continue the organization’s trajectory of growth and success in Fort Pierce.

“The entire team at the museum is looking forward to Grant’s leadership at Fort Pierce,” said Rick Kaiser. “As we enter this next exciting phase, we are fortunate to welcome a trusted comrade, who brings with him great knowledge of the community and exceptional fortitude to guide the museum.”

Grant Mann begins his tenure as the nonprofit implements an aggressive plan of strategic growth in fundraising, development and outreach, and building on the success of Fort Pierce as the museum expands its presence with an additional location in San Diego, California.

“I am honored to have been selected to backfill Mr. Rick Kaiser,” said Grant Mann. “Under his leadership the museum has expanded its vision, gained critical historic artifacts, and increased support to the Naval Special Warfare community and numerous other charities. My first of many visits to the museum started in 1991 after returning from Desert Shield/Storm, and I am amazed at the advancements Rick and the staff
have made under his leadership.

“As incoming executive director,” Mann continued, “I look forward to leading the team to continue building on the successes of the museum staff, and to continue to enhance the museum experience, while increasing support to our special operators through our Trident House Charites Program.”

About Commander Mann
Commander Mann was born in Toronto, Canada. He was raised in Vero Beach, FL, and enlisted there in 1986. He immediately reported to Boot Camp and was subsequently assigned to the USS Harry W. Hill (DD 986), homeported out of San Diego, California. After two years on board, he was selected and attended Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training Class 162, graduating in October 1989.

Commander Mann’s enlisted operational assignments include two tours onboard DD 986 as a Boatswain Mate, two deployments at SEAL Team FIVE, and seven years at Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG).

Upon commissioning in November 2000, he was assigned to Naval Special Warfare Unit ONE in Guam as the training officer. He returned to NSWDG in June 2004 and was assigned as the command training officer overseeing the assessment, selection and training of all command personnel. In May 2012 he was assigned to NSW Group-2 Training Detachment and completed his XO tour. He returned to NSWDG in 2015 and assumed Mobility Squadron Commander, then in 2016, he moved departments to fill the Selection Training & Enhanced Performance (S.T.E.P) director position. He subsequently returned to the Command Mobility Squadron in 2018, serving as the squadron commander until his retirement in May 2020.

His operational overseas deployments were in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Bosnia, Philippines, Iraq, Afghanistan, and East Africa. He trained with foreign forces from Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, Canada, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, Korea, Tonga, France, Germany, and the UK. Commander Mann is the recipient of numerous awards over his 34 years of service.

He and wife Wendy have been married for 34 years and have a daughter, Savannah, and son Breton.

Amendment 6: Homestead Property
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – When voters review their ballots for the November 3rd General Election, they will be asked to vote on Amendment 6. “The amendment would allow a homestead property tax discount to be transferred to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran,” stated Michelle Franklin, Saint Lucie County Property Appraiser.

Amendment 6 officially reads: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6, ARTICLE XII AD VALOREM TAX DISCOUNT FOR SPOUSES OF CERTAIN DECEASED VETERANS WHO HAD PERMANENT, COMBAT-RELATED DISABILITIES.

It provides that the homestead property tax discount for certain veterans with permanent combat-related disabilities carries over to such veteran's surviving spouse who holds legal or beneficial title to, and who permanently resides on, the homestead property, until he or she remarries or sells or otherwise disposes of the property. The discount may be transferred to a new homestead property of the surviving spouse under certain conditions. If approved, the amendment would take effect on Jan. 1, 2021.

A "yes" vote supports allowing a homestead property tax discount to be transferred to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran.

A "no" vote opposes allowing a homestead property tax discount to be transferred to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran.

It is important to understand the language to make an informed decision. If voters have questions about how Amendment 6 could potentially affect benefits on property, they are encouraged to visit the Saint Lucie County Property Appraiser’s website at paslc.org.

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St. Lucie Jewelry & Coins a Treasure Coast fixture
St. Lucie Jewelry & Coins recently opened up its third location. The new store is at 1335 St. Lucie West Blvd. next to Publix.

The company opened in 1994, first concentrating on estate jewelry. At that time there was no store that existed in St Lucie or Martin counties  buying and selling estate jewelry.

"We rapidly grew and quadrupled outside within two years,’’ says owner Hawk Levy, an estate specialist since 1980. "We expanded to include coins and collectibles. As we expanded we embraced a full coin and bullion trading business, including rare coins, paper money, stamps, and gold and silver bullion trading. In 2017 we expanded to include our international online auction platform, Confiscated Assets Auctioneers, facilitating about 10 online-only auctions per year specializing in fine jewelry rare coins bullion and select high grade watches.’’

In 2015, St. Lucie Jewelry & Coins opened up a pawn location in Jensen beach, and this May opened the new location in St Lucie West. St. Lucie Jewelry & Coins has served more than 150,000 customers since opening in 1994.
St. Lucie Jewelry & Coins locations:

• 9168 S. U.S. 1, in the East Port Plaza, Port St. Lucie. 772.337.4700.
• 1335 St. Lucie West Blvd. next to Publix, Port St. Lucie. 772.336.2050.

St Lucie Jewelry & Pawn location: 1100 NE Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach. 772.232.6377.

City opens COVID-19 grant application for residential home repair
PORT ST. LUCIE – The City of Port St. Lucie has opened applications for its COVID-19 Emergency Home Repair Grant Program, which may provide up to $10,000 in-home repair assistance for qualifying Port St. Lucie residents who have suffered hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant program will be administered in partnership with St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity. To find out more and apply, visit www.StLucieHabitat.org. Eligible homeowners may apply for small to medium emergency life-safety repairs and improvements where the damage occurred on or after March 1, 2020.
 
“We’re proud to partner with St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity to provide relief to Port St. Lucie residents during this difficult time,” said City Manager Russ Blackburn. “We hope that these small-dollar awards can help our community build resilience and preserve home ownership.”
 
The program will make approximately 20 to 35 grants available, depending on the types of repairs, from a total of $270,00 in money received through the state’s Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Administered by the Florida Housing Coalition.
 
Eligible grant improvements:
·     Roofing
·     Windows and doors
·     Heating and cooling
·     Electrical
·     Plumbing
·     Kitchens
·     Bathrooms
·     Flooring
·     Foundation and structural repairs
 
“Having provided critical home repairs for 69 homeowners in need of assistance over the past two years, we are grateful to provide additional critical repairs, through the CARES program, for eligible Port St. Lucie homeowners affected by the pandemic,” said Bob Calhoun, executive director, St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity. “Partnering with the City of Port St. Lucie, we have opened our resources and hearts to help strengthen homes in this time of great need.”
 
Port St. Lucie residents will be asked to demonstrate a negative impact on their financial income and qualify based on the requirements outlined in the program guide. Applications are being accepted until funding has been exhausted. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-ready basis. All applicants must meet the program eligibility criteria. If the application is not complete, the application will not be eligible for processing. For additional information or support, contact St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity by calling 772-464-1117, ext. 104, or by emailing [email protected]. The closing of the program will be announced online at www.StLucieHabitat.org and www.cityofpsl.com.


Dr. and Mrs. Nick Coppola present son’s cello to Gifford Youth Orchestra board member, Wilfred Hart
It was time. As Dr. and Mrs. Nick Coppola sat watching the soloists perform at the Gifford Youth Orchestra’s gala fundraiser back in March, they realized it was time to pass on the musical instrument their son, Cole, had played when he was younger. They told GYO Founder, Dr. Crystal Bujol, of their plan just before posing with her at this event, creating big smiles.
 
But the pandemic intervened and it was only this month that Dr. Coppola was able to present the cello, in perfect condition, to his longtime friend and GYO board member, Wilfred Hart.

Cole, just 16, had died as a result of injuries suffered after being hit by a car while riding his bike.
 
The Coppolas had supported the GYO for more than a decade. But the pandemic intervened and it was only this month that Dr. Coppola was able to present the cello, in perfect condition, to his longtime friend and GYO board member, Wilfred Hart. More than a decade, attending concerts, getting to know teachers and staff and generally sharing the pride that all parents feel when children — no matter whose — demonstrate the progress that hard work produces. They knew where Cole’s cello would find the right kind of home.

“Cole attended middle school at Master’s Academy, which had a particularly strong music program,” Dr. Coppola said. That’s where he decided to start cello lessons, perhaps inspired by his admiration for the celebrated American cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who had begun his performing career at the age of four and a half.
 
Dr. Coppola, however, turned to the GYO not solely out of generosity. He has created a foundation to honor his son’s memory called “Live Like Cole.” Its mission is, among other things, to foster self-worth in children. That dovetails perfectly with the goals of the Gifford Youth Orchestra, which promotes — among many other things — building self-respect, self-confidence and dignity, all of which are contained in self-worth.

Truly, Cole’s cello has found its home with the Gifford Youth Orchestra
 
For more information about the GYO, visit www.gyotigers.org

Remember Treasure Coast nonprofits
If you are in a position, consider a gift to a Treasure Coast nonprofit affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Find the needs of many area nonprofits and how  to give at treasurecoastnonprofits.com
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GOLF CARTS

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GOVERNMENT

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INDEPENDENT/ASSISTED LIVING

Harbor Place at Port St. Lucie
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INSURANCE/FINANCES

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MANUFACTURING

Rapid Prototyping Services
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PRINTING/SIGNS

Fast Signs of Vero Beach
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RADIO

WQCS
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AIRPORTS

Palm Beach International Airport
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Vero Beach Regional Airport
772.978.4930
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ART GALLERIES/ARTISTS/
FRAMING


A.E. Backus Museum
772.465.0630
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Vero Beach Museum of Art
772.231.0707
vbmuseum.org

ATTRACTIONS

Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market
fortpiercefarmersmarket.com

The Elliott Museum
772.225.1961
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Vero Beach Air Show
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AUTO DEALERS

Bev Smith Automotive Group
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Sunrise Ford
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Sunrise Volkswagen
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AUTOMOTIVE

St. Lucie Battery & Tire
800.432.1064
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BANKING

Center State Bank
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BEVERAGES

Natalie’s Orchid Island
800.FRESHHH
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BOATING/WATERSPORTS

Central Marine
772.692.2000
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Marine Connection
772.222.7850
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Salty's Water Sports
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BUILDERS

GHO Homes
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Helmet House Construction
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BUTCHER SHOP

A Butcher’s Shoppe & A Bit More
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CANDY/ CONFECTIONARY

Bruno’s Chocolate
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CAR WASH

Wash-N-Go Express Car Wash
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CASINOS

Seminole Brighton Casino
800.360.9875
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St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce
772.595.9999
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CITRUS/PRODUCE

Nelson Family Farms
772.464.2100
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CLOTHING/SHOPPING

Aphrodite Style
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Florida Classics Books & Gifts
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Kemp’s
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Vero Beach Hardware & Gifts
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DIVE & WATERSPORTS

Deep Six
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EDUCATION

Indian River State College
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irsc.edu

Space Coast Education Center
321.313.0229
SpaceCoast.edu

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Academy
772.461.7689
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C.R. Lait
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Taylor Creek Optical
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FINANCE

Rehmann
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FIREARMS/SECURITY SERVICES

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FURNITURE

Sunshine Furniture
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Indian Hills Golf
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Total Golf Cart
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772.462.1000
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Florida Native Grill Cleaning

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Palm City Nursing & Rehab Center
772.288.0060
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A Moment’s Notice Healthcare
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Kurbing LLC
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P & S Gutters Inc.
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RCD Painting Inc.
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Cleveland Clinic Martin Health System
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Grand Oaks of Palm City
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772.344.7441
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McCall Insurance
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Post Insurance
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Dow Decorating
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Karen Kane Interiors
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St. Lucie Jewelry and Coins
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Michael Flaugh Landscape Architect
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LUMBER & HARDWARE

East Coast Lumber
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MARINAS

Fort Pierce City Marina
772.464.1245
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Ocean Chiropractic & Health Center
772.460.9000
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Riccio Wellness
347.234.3652
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South Florida Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
772.288.2400
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Vero Orthopaedics & Neurology
772.569.2330
veroortho.com

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Coral Shores Behavioral Health 772.403.4000
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Mental Health Association Indian River
772.569.9788
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MUNICIPALITIES

City of Port St. Lucie
772.871.5225
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NON-PROFITS

Family Meals, Inc.
772.210.0900
FamilyMealsinc.org

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation
772.466.9876
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Treasure Coast Food Bank
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OPHTHALMOLOGY

New Vision Eye Center
772.257.8700
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Best Value Jewelry & Pawn
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Lyric Theatre
772.286.7827
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Riverside Theatre
772.231.6990
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Sunrise Theatre
772.461.4775
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Vero Beach Theatre Guild
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PLASTIC SURGERY

Ocean Drive Plastic Surgery
772.234.3700
oceandriveplasicsurgery.com

Premier Plastic Surgery & Spa
772.213.8877
premierplasticsurgeryfl.com

RADIO

WQCS
888.286.8936
wqcs.org

REAL ESTATE

Andrew Szaniszlo
Keller Williams
772.828.1607
AndrewSzaniszlo.com

Beach & Beyond Rentals
772.234.3379
beachandbeyondrentals.com

Coldwell Banker Paradise
772.461.3250
FlColdwellBanker.com

John’s Island Real Estate Co.
772.231.0900
johnsislandrealestate.com

Keller Williams/AnnMarie Napolitano
Cell: 954.675.2804
Office: 772.236.5700
napolitano.homesandland.com

McCurdy & Co. Realty
772.216.2821
mccurdyrealty.com

Oceanside Realty Partners
772.418.4420
oceansiderealtypartners

RESTAURANTS

19th Hole Restaurant
772.337.0180
19thholeandsandpiperroom.com

Casey’s Place
772.231.4790
caseysplace.net

Cobalt Restaurant
772.469.1060
cobaltrestaurant.com

Crabby's Dockside
772.252.5672
crabbysdocksideftpierce.com

Sharkys
772.466.2757

ADVERTISING AGENCIES

Adams Media Group
772.492.6570
adamsmediagroup.com

Idea Garden
772.778.2832
ideaga.com

Pathos
561.688.2880
wearepathos.com

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