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Lovegrove paintings acquired by Marietta Museum of Art & Whimsy

July 5, 2017 Lovegrove Gallery & Gardens has announced the acquisition of four paintings by The Marietta Museum of Art & Whimsy. more »»

Eight Lee County non-profits receive $20,000 in CAMEO grants

July 5, 2017 Eight non-profit organizations that serve senior citizens in Lee County recently received financial grants totaling $20,000 at the 2017 CAMEO Recipient Awards ceremony held at Shell Point Retirement... more »»

Yard Dog Charlie’s annual deck party is July 4 at Woody’s Waterside

June 28, 2017 Yard Dog Charlie's annual "Helping Paws Food and Supply Drive" deck party takes place Tuesday, July 4, at Woody's Waterside. “Florida is famous for the 'Early Bird Specials,'" Charlie said. more »»

Seven students receive Kiwanis scholarships

June 28, 2017 The Greater Pine Island Kiwanis awarded 7 scholarships to local students last Wednesday morning at its weekly meeting. This brings this year's total to 13 scholarships. more »»

ACT begins back-to-school donation drive

June 28, 2017 A local not-for-profit agency is hosting a donation drive for school supplies and clothing. Abuse Counseling and Treatment Inc. more »»

Woodstock Airport rezoning public meeting Tuesday

June 22, 2017 A public meeting will be held about Woodstock Airport rezoning for Mosquito Control Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. more »»

Beacon hosts Mobile Food Pantry at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church

June 21, 2017 The Beacon of HOPE has announced that the Harry Chapin Mobile Food Pantry will visit Pine Island Thursday, June 29. more »»

Island Elks hold Flag Day celebration

June 21, 2017 The Pine Island Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks held its annual Flag Day ceremony last Wednesday. There were about 30 people in attendance. more »»

Kiwanis awards scholarships to six Pine Island students

June 21, 2017 Last Wednesday morning at its weekly meeting, the Greater Pine Island Kiwanis awarded six scholarships to local students. more »»

Matanzas on the Bay’s Bluegrass, Brew and BBQ raises more than $7,000 for Operation Open Arms

June 21, 2017 Matanzas on the Bay on Fort Myers Beach hosted its fourth annual Bluegrass, Brew and BBQ on May 27, raising more than $7,000 to benefit Operation Open Arms, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the... more »»

Levers to celebrate platinum anniversary

June 14, 2017 In two weeks, on June 28, long-time St. James City residents Ray and Fran Lever will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary. Ray Clarence Lever was born in Milwaukee. more »»

Mangrove Paddling Company's grand opening set

June 14, 2017 This Saturday, June 17, from 3- 9 p.m., a grand opening will be held for the Mangrove Paddling Company, a kayak rental business at Olde Fish House Marin. more »»

Olde Florida Outpost to mark one year on Saturday

June 14, 2017 This Saturday, June 17, the Olde Florida Outpost is celebrating its first anniversary with a party and a Marilyn Monroe look-a-like contest. more »»

Rain dampens ‘Rock on the Dock’ Festival

June 14, 2017 Severe wind and rain kept the crowd inside the Low Key Tiki for the 6th annual "Rock on the Dock" Songwriter's Festival Saturday. more »»

Nesting loggerheads face many obstacles at Cayo Costa

June 14, 2017 As the sun continued to rise higher in the sky, three volunteers departed from Bokeelia with the Cayo Costa State Park work crew Friday morning to patrol seven-miles of beach on the Gulf of Mexico... more »»

Free meals for children available over the summer

June 14, 2017 Several sites across Cape Coral will provide free meals to children during the summer. more »»

Memorial Day 2017: Capt’n Con’s Fish House sets up ‘Missing Man Table’

June 7, 2017 Cap’n Cons Restaurant in Bokeelia paid special tribute on Memorial Day by setting up a “Missing Man Table. more »»

VFW holds Memorial Day ceremony

June 7, 2017 The hall at the VFW Post 4353 was filled to capacity Memorial Day to remember “Those Who Gave All. more »»

Islanders remember Michael Gibbons

June 7, 2017 Saturday afternoon the Elks Club was filled to capacity as islanders remembered Michael Gibbons, a Matlacha resident and co-owner of Matlacha Cottages. Gibbons passed away Monday, May 15. more »»

Resident’s grandson commissioned lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps

June 7, 2017 James Ward, grandson of Pine Island resident Ron Ward, graduated from Columbia University on May 17 and was commissioned a U.S. Marine lieutenant the following day. more »»



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