This week’s Treasure Coast Business Newsletter 5/3/16
May 3, 2016
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Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company introduces lemonade
tea and tomato juice
FORT PIERCE – Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company has announced the addition of three new ready-to-drink products to its award-winning line of fresh “clean” Florida citrus juices, including a Freshly Handcrafted Lemonade Tea that consists of only four ingredients – fresh lemons, brewed black tea, Florida pure cane sugar and water.
Natalie’s Fresh Handcrafted Lemonade Tea, in contrast to other brands, contains 20 percent lemon juice and no preservatives, ensuring customers receive only the freshest tasting product possible. In addition, the lemonade tea has no additives, no flavor packs or GMOs and is not produced from concentrate. It is available in 16-ounce and 64-ounce bottle sizes.
State Farm forms partnership with United Against Poverty
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – State Representative Larry Lee will make a visit to the United Against Poverty’s UP Center at 2520 Orange Avenue on Thursday, May 5 to present a State Farm check of $10,000. The Center (formerly known as Harvest Food and Outreach) is pleased to receive State Farm’s grant.
Representative Lee has been actively involved with the Center, which is located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. The funds will be used to support the UP Center mission of lifting lives by offering a hand up to those in the community struggling in their fight against poverty.
St. Lucie Ballet to perform “Alice in Wonderland” May 15
FORT PIERCE – St. Lucie Ballet will be performing “Alice in Wonderland” on May 15 at 2 p.m. at the Sunrise Theater in Fort Pierce. Students, pre-professional and professional guest artists will perform a fantastical family friendly production.
Ashley LeFevre joins Lauri J. Goldstein and Associates
STUART – Ashley LeFevre is a new and upcoming attorney on the Treasure Coast. She has extensive legal experience and values her ability to connect with her clients and the personal touch she offers to every potential client.
LeFevre is a true Floridian and obtained her undergraduate degree in Legal Studies from University of Central Florida in Orlando. She then went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate from Barry University, also in Orlando. She passed the Florida Bar in April 2015 and has been serving the community since.
MARTIN AND ST. LUCIE COUNTIES – Treasure Coast Hospice has hired eight new employees. Photographed from left to right are Doncella Ellingson, RN MHH; Bonnie Wilcher, LPN Crisis Care; Stephanie Edwards, RN Admissions; IKyll Junco, RN Admissions; Carolyn Arnell, RN MHH; Katrina Gross, RN SLHH; Christine Hale, Sr. Gift Processor; and Cheryl Hibbard, RN Case Manager.
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