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Just 2 additional cases reported today
Just two additional coronavirus cases were reported today on the Treasure Coast.
St. Lucie County reported 259 cases after being readjusted downward from Monday’s report of 260. Indian River County remained at 99 cases while Martin County had... Read more > >
Day of Giving observed today
On this Day of Giving and 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
Marine Bank hosts webinar on payroll protection loan
Marine Bank & Trust is hosting a webinar at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday hosted by Bill Penney, who will give tips on putting together a successful Payroll Protection Program loan.Register here
White Glove Moving & Storage offers 20 percent discount in May
Book your move local or nationwide in May and White Glove Moving & Storage of Vero Beach will give you up to 20 percent off your move. White Glove is A+ rated. For a free in-home or virtual survey contact 772-778-4750 or contact [email protected]
Dow Decorating reopens
Dow Decorating in Port St. Lucie has reopened. The new store hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.
The store follows all suggested safety guidelines, including washing hands frequently and keeping the store sanitized. Store representatives also practicing social distancing and will wear masks and gloves whenever requested within their store or a client’s home.
Visit Dow Decorating at 1489 St. Lucie West Blvd. or call 772.678.1040 for an appointment.
Let us help relaunch your business
As you get back to business, let Treasure Coast Business and Indian River Magazine Inc. help you relaunch through our strong combination of digital and print marketing. Click here for details.
Navy SEAL Museum scholarships due May 10
The deadline for scholarship applications from the Navy SEAL Museum for the 2020-2021 academic year for the students of Special Forces is May 10.
Scholarships are awarded in various amounts and will be announced in mid-June.
Scholarships are available for children attending private school, kindergarten through 12th grade; for college; and for trade or technical school.
The scholarships for Special Operations Families are made possible by
the Marlee Foundation and Trident Tuition Funds.
Rose Bell stands as the sentinel at the front door to Cleveland Clinic Martin North. Armed with a mask, gloves, eye protection, and a thermometer, she serves as one of several frontline defenders against the mighty army of COVID-19 germs attempting to infiltrate the building.
No staff member of any level nor visitor dare pass her by without stopping to be screened for signs of a fever. Keeping in mind safe social distancing practices, she aims and triggers her trusty thermometer at each awaiting foreheads. She turns away those exhibiting temperatures, a telltale symptom of the Coronavirus.
Although reassigned from her regular position as a water and group fitness instructor and shifted from the South to the North Hospital, Bell has embraced her new norm. Her body clock is slowly adjusting to her change in hours from mornings to late afternoon.
Although her interactions with people have altered significantly, she doesn't complain. She diligently protects her assigned point of entry.
"We are covering all bases, the front doors, the Emergency Room, the loading docks, and everywhere else people can enter," she said. "This is an excellent and necessary idea.”
Do you know somebody on the Treasure Coast who should be singled out for praise because of their actions during the coronavirus pandemic? Whether it’s a nurse at the local hospital, a volunteer at the local food bank or a grocery clerk going the extra mile, Treasure Coast Business and Indian River Magazine Inc. will help you sing their praises in our new online feature Hometown Heroes of the Treasure Coast. Visitwww.indianrivermagazine.com/hometown-heroes/
As a service to readers and restaurants on the Treasure Coast, Indian River Magazine Inc. has created a website showing restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries that are open for carryout and/or delivery in St. Lucie, Indian River and Martin counties. The site includes hours and days carryout is available as well as popular dishes. See the new site at treasurecoastrestaurants.com
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