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Indian River State College ranks first among Florida two-year colleges
BestColleges.com has once again ranked Indian River State College (IRSC) in Fort Pierce as the top two-year college in Florida in their 2016 report. At IRSC students can earn associate degrees, technical certificates or applied technology diplomas. The school has been ranked the 3rd most affordable college in the United States by the U.S. Department of Education.
Deborah Voight named as Vero Beach Opera Artistic Director
VERO BEACH – Deborah Voigt has just been named as the new Artistic Advisor to Vero Beach Opera (VBO). Working in close collaboration with VBO Artistic Director Roman Ortega-Cowan and VBO Music Director Bruce Stasyna, she will offer the company advice and expertise related to opera repertoire, casting and production.
Tradition Medical Center receives I SEE YOU CARE award
PORT ST. LUCIE – Tradition Medical Center in Port St. Lucie was presented with the 2016 I SEE YOU CARE award by Advanced ICU Care, the hospital’s partner in providing high-acuity telemedicine services to its intensive care unit. The award recognizes the outstanding collaboration between bedside care providers and Advanced ICU Care’s remote critical care teams that is critical to success in caring for patients in the continuous care environment of an ICU. Tradition Medical Center was one of two hospitals out of 65 that were selected for this award.
Treasure Coast Food Bank seeks restaurants for Hunger Action Month
FORT PIERCE – Treasure Coast Food Bank is calling on local restaurants to get involved in Hunger Action Month in September. Eat, Drink & Give is an exciting way to give back to neighbors in need and bring in customers.
Steve Weagle to speak at hurricane preparedness luncheon
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY – Indian River County Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber Luncheon with Steve Weagle June 9 at Riverside Theatre. He’ll be discussing hurricane preparedness. Non-chamber members are welcome but must have a reservation.
Radio Systems Corporation acquires Jupiter company
Radio Systems Corporation (RSC) of Knoxville, Tenn., an industry leader in the development of innovative pet behavioral, containment and lifestyle products through its PetSafe brand, Invisible Fence brand and SportDOG brand, has acquired Jupiter company Piddle Place. The acquisition was finalized May 31, 2016.
Piddle Place is an eco-friendly, cost-effective alternative to disposable puppy pads and expensive dog walkers.
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