The City of Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie Public Schools have partnered once again to provide additional open-space fields, sports courts and playground areas for residents to enjoy in the evenings, holidays and the weekends. Certain outdoor areas at West Gate K-8, 1050 NW Cashmere Blvd. and Manatee Academy, 1450 SW Heatherwood Blvd. are now available for public access on school days from 5:00 p.m. to dusk, and on weekends and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.
Like most children, Brianna, 9, and Terah, 10, want toys. They don’t want just some toys. They want hundreds of toys. Brianna and Terah don’t ever want to play with these toys. Brianna and Terah are looking to make Christmas better for kids less fortunate than themselves.
Hankerson Henry Productions (HHP) has had a busy 2019 and they’re just getting started! Founders and co-executive producers, Derek Boyd Hankerson and Sheri Henry announce their next film project, “The First American Revolution: Fort Mose”. HHP launched an IndieGoGo fundraising campaign for the “Fort Mose” project in addition to pursuing other sources including grants and private investors.
OCEANSIDE REALTY PARTNERS AND THE ST. LUCIE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE invite you to celebrate a RIBBON CUTTING AND GRAND OPENING event on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 2019! Open House is from 4pm-6pm and the Ribbon Cutting at 5:15 pm! Located at 220 ORANGE AVENUE in beautiful DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCE, just east of the railroad tracks. Stop by to say hello and meet the winning team of Oceanside Realty Partners! Complimentary light refreshments from 6-8PM.
In what is expected to become the foundation for a new pillar of the City’s economy, world-renowned health care leader Cleveland Clinic will conduct preeminent bio-science research in Port St. Lucie, under a lease agreement approved this week.
Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful is kicking off America Recycles Day, November 15, 2019 with four schools receiving their Buddy Benches in a special ribbon cutting ceremony.
While small businesses may have been discouraged by the recent government shutdown, you should know that the federal government is the largest buyer in the U.S., spending billions of dollars annually on products and services in construction, R&D, manufacturing, logistics, IT and other industries. Federal agencies also have prime contracting goals for small businesses and set-asides in a variety of categories, such as for women-owned, minority-owned or veteran-owned small businesses.
In Florida, 60,000 Florida companies are exporting $55 billion in goods and services overseas. Small businesses account for 66 percent of all those exports. The exporting process may seem daunting but if you have a product or service with a proven track record in the domestic market, you may be already planning on international expansion.
Researching your market thoroughly is time well spent, and databases can open up a world of information.
The financial statements of the organization are the written record of its operations and its history. The statements can be used as a basis for the planning of its future. Your organization’s financial literacy can be thought of as its ability to “read and understand” the critical financial statements of the organization.