This week’s Treasure Coast Business newsletter June 14, 2016
June 14, 2016
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Local tourism manager to serve on State Cultural Tourism Committee
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – St. Lucie County’s Tourism Manager Charlotte Bireley has been tapped once again to serve on a statewide tourism committee. After serving last year on VISIT FLORIDA’s Advertising and Internet Committee, the state agency has appointed Bireley to serve on the Cultural, Heritage, Rural and Nature (CHRN) Committee.
Vero Beach Museum of Art launches NASA art exhibition June 25
VERO BEACH – Years ago, when Vero Beach Museum of Art’s curator of collections and exhibitions, Jay Williams, held a similar position at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, he got wind of a nearby collection that piqued his space-generation curiosity.
Stuart Main Street recognized as community of the month
TALLAHASSEE – Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced today that Stuart Main Street has been designated the June 2016 Florida Main Street Community of the Month. Communities are selected based on their developmental achievements and participation in the Florida Main Street Program. This program was designated in 1987, displaying 29 years of public/private reinvestment totaling $4.2 million, with over 137 projects that has created over 168 net new jobs to its Main Street area.
SEBASTIAN – The 44th Annual Sebastian Inlet Sportfishing Association Fishing Tournament will be held on June 25 at Capt Hiram’s Resort. This is one of the oldest fishing tournaments in Florida! Anglers will be fishing for dolphin, wahoo and kingfish. For event details, see fishsisa.com.
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