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Brevard County: Walkathon to help save the life of ailing woman
BREVARD -- In January, Marie Andree St. Amour was told she only has 12 months to live. For most of her life, Mrs. St. Amour had dedicated countless hours to helping Haitian women in her home country become self-sufficient. After the 2010 earthquake, which devastated......
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Indian River County: Nonprofit meets community needs daily
FELLSMERE -- Though they may be best known for their large giveaway events during Christmas, Thanksgiving and in August before school starts, Operation Hope in Fellsmere has day-to-day programs that help advance their mission of helping the needy in the community. Jesse and Jann Zermeno, though Breva......
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Martin County: 'Flame of Hope' keeps burning
MARTIN COUNTY -- Representatives from all the county's law enforcement agencies gathered once again for an annual torch run to help Special Olympics. For 30 years, the Law Enforcement Torch Run has touched almost every area of the state as the "flame of hope" is c......
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St. Lucie County: Finding the "inner truth"
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- According to statistics, every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted in the United States. Where would you go to learn to cope with the pain, the anger, the distrust if it happened to you? If you live on the Treasure Coast, the answer would now be the Inner Truth Project Center, discreetly nestled on Rese......
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Volusia County: Marine Science Center hosts 11th annual Turtle Day
The Marine Science Center is gearing up for its biggest event of the season -- the 11th annual Turtle Day. "We normally average 2,500 visitors for this event," said center director Mike Brothers. "It's a great opportunity for visitors who are not familiar with the Marine Science Center to come out and see......
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