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Groups partner to teach core values through golf
HTN MARTIN COUNTY -- Since the community's founding nearly thirty-five years ago, Piper's Landing Yacht and Country Club has been a philanthropic partner to many charitable organizations in Martin County. From hosting events for non-profits to collecting toys for children and food for the hungry, Piper's Landing members and staff enjoy the opport...
Nonprofit seeking those who want to make a difference
HTN MARTIN COUNTY -- Are you looking for a one day volunteer opportunity to help those in a medical crisis? Molly's House Chef for the Day program is an easy way for individuals, groups or businesses to make a difference in the lives of local patients and families in a medical crisis. A hot homemade meal is the perfect cure for our patients and ...
Nonprofit receives contribution from foundation
HTN MARTIN COUNTY -- For more than 60 years, AT&T and the AT&T Foundation have been strong supporters of the United Way both at the national and local levels. AT&T continues this legacy of support through a contribution of $4,000 to the United Way of Martin County. In 2014 alone, AT&T gave $5.33 million to 568 local United Ways across the country...
Is it safe to go to the beach?
For Hometown News ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- "Flesh eating bacteria" has been a popular local and national news topic recently and many people have been scared away from Florida's beaches. Clint Sperber, Deputy Administrator for the Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie said, "There are no cases of Vibrio vulnificus in the county, and it is defini...
Care center receives award
HTN TREASURE COAST -- Treasure Coast Urgent and Family Care and Treasure Coast Primary Care recently received a prestigious award from Children's Service Council of Martin County as part of its 2014 Champions of Children recognition event. Dr. Michele Libman and her husband, Rob Gluckman, Esq., were named Child-Friendly Business Owners. Through ...
Faculty member receives excellence award
HTN TREASURE COAST - Indian River State College Professor David Moberg, Chair of the Performing and Visual Arts Department was presented with the 2014 Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award recipient, by IRSC President, Dr. Edwin Massey. Mr. Moberg has served as the IRSC Performing and Visual Arts Department Chair for 18 years. "Dave is...
College recognizes faculty member
HTN TREASURE COAST -- Rheal "Ray" Carpenter is being recognized as the Indian River State College 2014 recipient of the Harriett Kirk Crago Faculty of the Year Award. An IRSC faculty member since 2000, Carpenter serves as an Associate Professor in the IRSC School of Business. Professor Carpenter is dedicated to the College, his department, studen...

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