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Brevard County: Sheriff's 'Fall Classic' benefits Crosswinds
We, in Brevard County, are blessed to have a very effective nonprofit organization, committed to helping teens, who are in crisis. Crosswinds Youth Services is located on Dixon Boulevard in Cocoa, but serves all of Brevard County. Dr. Robert Lehton, along with other community leaders, started Crosswinds in the early 1970s after multiple teen runa......
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Indian River County: Photographers connect with Nicaraguan youth
The hardest part of planting a seed is waiting to see the growth of what that seed will produce. During a trip to Nicaragua with The Giving Lens, a group of nine photographers were on board to teach students of Empowerment International the craft and skills of photography and plant seeds that will hopefully produce a great crop in the future. We ......
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Martin County: Update on Amendment 4
The following is an update on Amendment 4, as promised in the June president's report. Like all of us, either a homeowner, business owner or both, we're struggling under the weight of unfair property taxes. Specifically our small businesses are getting their "assets" taxed off at an alarming rate. More reason to support Amendment 4. It is being of......
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St. Lucie County: Students win essay contest
Congratulations to John Carroll High School students Blaze Walsh and Rachel Gross for winning the American Legion Post No. 318 sponsored Americanism essay contest. Annually, John Carroll American history instructor Becky Jones encourages her classes to participate in the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest and is always pleased with......
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Volusia County: Stay balanced to improve your life
Balance. It is something we take for granted when we are younger and even challenge it by running, jumping and participating in sporting activities. However, as we progress through our lifespan our balance may start to become impaired for various reasons, leading us to become less active, more dependent on others, fearful of falling and, worst of......
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