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  • 06 Dec 2019 1:06 PM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    ERIE, PA (Dec. 5, 2019) – The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Masters in Health Services Administration (MHSA) program has been ranked one of the top online master’s in healthcare administration degree programs in the U.S., according to a study by Intelligent.com.

    Intelligent.com, a website dedicated to helping students connect with the best, easy-tounderstand resources and advice, analyzed 307 regionally accredited programs at 171 colleges and universities. Each program was evaluated for its reputation in the field, course strength, flexibility and cost. LECOM’s MHSA program ranked No. 31 overall while also being recognized for having the best academic health setting.

    LECOM added the MHSA program to its School of Health Services Administration (SHSA) in 2014 to develop clinicians and graduate students into executive healthcare administrators armed with the critical knowledge, leadership skills and confidence required to fully manage the growing demands and complex issues of the healthcare industry. All three of the SHSA master’s programs, including the Masters in Public Health and Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics, are designed specifically to accommodate busy students and working professionals; 98 percent of the curriculum is delivered through a distance education online platform led by a dynamic team of faculty experts with deep industry experience.

    “Our Masters in Health Services degree program teaches students the ‘business of healthcare’ as part of the largest medical college in the U.S., creating a unique educational setting where clinicians and administrators can develop into future healthcare industry leaders,” said Timothy Novak, DBA, dean of LECOM’s School of Health Services Administration. “This recognition by Intelligent.com is a testament to that synergy and the effectiveness of the interprofessional relationships created through the program.”

    Healthcare administrators are integral to the operation of a healthcare system or organization, often overseeing human resources, financial management, strategic planning, day-to-day

    procedures and patient advocacy. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow 18 percent between 2018 and 2028, much faster than the average of all occupations and due in large part to the sizable aging baby-boomer population.


  • 05 Dec 2019 8:44 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Effective November 22, 2019, Jeffrey Parsons has joined The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida as General Manager.

     

    Bruce Cassidy, Sr., president of The Concession, shared his thoughts on Parsons’ selection. “Jeff has a long history in the Sarasota/Manatee area of bringing excellence to world-class operations. We’re excited to bring his vision and energy to The Concession as we begin our new golf season.”

     

    A graduate of Bowling Green State University and holding a Master’s in Sports Administration from Ohio University, Parsons led his own professional sports marketing and event management company for more than 15 years. Jeff got his start as an Assistant Manager at Muirfield Village Golf Club, where his team hosted The Memorial Tournament, as well as the 1987 Ryder Cup. During his tenure as Tournament Director with PGA National, Jeff ran multiple major golf championships for the PGA and PGA Seniors. Over the last 10 years, he has served as General Manager for IMG Sports Academy’s golf club, guiding the elite facility through a comprehensive cultural and financial turnaround.

     

    “The Concession is a rare treasure in the golf world, and we’re fortunate to have a facility like this right here in the Bradenton/Lakewood Ranch community,” Parsons said. “This is a great opportunity for me to jump in and work with an already strong team to increase the club’s presence and relationships with its members, and I look forward to what we’ll accomplish this season.”

     

    Jeffrey Parsons can be reached at 941-322-1922 x 101 or by email at jparsons@concessiongolfclub.com.

     

    About The Concession Golf Club

    The Concession Golf Club, located at 7700 Lindrick Lane on the border of Sarasota and Manatee counties, is just six miles east of Interstate 75 on University Parkway. This Jack Nicklaus Signature course was designed in conjunction with English golfer and area resident Tony Jacklin in commemoration of their renowned act of sportsmanship during the 1969 Ryder Cup Tournament at Birkdale.

     

    The 18-hole, par 72 golf course is set on 520 of ruggedly pristine land that reflects the natural beauty of Florida, surrounded by massive oaks, majestic pines and wildlife roaming freely. It totals 7,470 yards and runs three miles from tip to tip. The exclusive private facility also features a world-class training facility, Par-3 short course (The Gimme) and massive 1-acre putting course (Snake Acre).

     

    The Concession Golf Club was voted Golf Digest’s #1 Best Private Golf Course upon opening in 2006. In 2009, Golfweek named it the ninth Best Residential Course in the U.S., and Concession was selected in 2017 as the Golf Digest #7 Course in Florida.

     

    For more information, visit TheConcession.com or call 941-322-1922.


  • 02 Dec 2019 4:24 PM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Bradenton, FL – November 27, 2019 Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee has been designated the beneficiary of the December 6th “Music on Main” event hosted by Lakewood Ranch Communities. The event runs from 6-9 pm on Lakewood Ranch Main Street and will feature Sugar & Spice Revue band along with a deejay playing Top 100 hits. This free concert event will include a visit from Santa and holiday décor galore!  

    The street will be lined with food vendors, beer trucks, and sponsor booths.  A portion of food and drink sales from the December event will benefit Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee. 

    Call To Action:

    Friday, December 6

    Photo Opportunity -  6-9 pm

    Lakewood Ranch Main Street

    Lakewood Ranch, FL  34202


  • 02 Dec 2019 2:08 PM | Dan Sidler (Administrator)

    SARASOTA, Fla. (Nov. 25, 2019) – Loretta J. Mester, PhD, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, will lead a distinguished lineup of speakers at the Fourth Annual Financial Literacy Day: Understanding Global Markets and Finance, scheduled for Feb. 14, 2020, at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.

    Other featured speakers include Jay Bryson, PhD, managing director and acting chief economist at Wells Fargo Bank; William A. Strauss, senior economic advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; and Michael McKee, an international economics and politics correspondent on Bloomberg TV and Radio.

    Cumberland Advisors, the Global Interdependence Center (GIC) and USF Sarasota-Manatee are sponsoring the half-day event.

    To register, visit www.interdependence.org/events/browse/fourth-annual-financial-literacy-day.

    Also featured will be:

    • Megan E. Greene, senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School
    • Nicholas Colas, co-founder of DataTrek Research, which produces the DataTrek Morning Briefing on investment and economic news
    • John R. Mousseau, president, CEO and director of fixed income at Cumberland Advisors
    • Dave Nadig, managing director of ETF.com, which provides news and analysis about exchange-traded funds
    • Chris Hartshorn, chief commercial officer at risQ, Inc., which models financial risks posed by climate change
    • Christopher Whalen, chairman of Whalen Global Advisors, LLC, and the author of three books, including, Ford Men: From Inspiration to Enterprise (Laissez Faire Books, 2017)
    • Eddie Sanchez Jr., DBA, a professor of finance at USF Sarasota-Manatee

    David R. Kotok, chief investment officer and chairman of the board of Sarasota-based Cumberland Advisors, and USF Sarasota-Manatee Regional Chancellor Karen A. Holbrook, PhD, will offer welcoming remarks.

    “This year we plan to deeply discuss credit and debt markets with a worldwide perspective,” Kotok said. “We will examine payments systems, electronic and virtual. And we will hear a keynote from the member of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee. We assembled a blockbuster speaker lineup for the region to hear, question and appreciate.”  

    Created in March 2017 to promote financial education, Financial Literacy Day is intended as a forum for investors, state and local officials, financial institutions, market analysts, pension trustees, policy makers and members of the general public to learn more about financial markets and economic issues and to pose questions of experts.

    The Fourth Annual Financial Literacy Day: Understanding Global Markets and Finance will feature panel discussions focused on two chief topics: the bond market, which will explore categories of debt and debt influences, including budget deficits and central bank quantitative easing; and Real Time Payments (RTP), which will examine digital currencies, including Bitcoin and Libra, and mobile payment services such as Venmo.

    Mester, who became president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland in June 2014, will deliver the keynote speech. She is a distinguished and widely respected economist who participates on the Federal Open Market Committee in the formation of U.S. monetary policy. She oversees 1,000 employees in Cleveland, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh who conduct economic research, supervise banking institutions and provide payment services to commercial banks and the U.S. government.

    For more information about the Fourth Annual Financial Literacy Day: Understanding Global Markets and Finance, including the agenda, speakers and speakers’ biographies, visit www.usfsm.edu/featured-events/financial-literacy-day/index.aspx.

    To learn more about USF Sarasota-Manatee, visit usfsm.edu.

  • 02 Dec 2019 2:07 PM | Dan Sidler (Administrator)

    SARASOTA, Fla. (Nov. 12, 2019) – The University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee and Northwestern Mutual will explore artificial intelligence, Big Data, cybersecurity, blockchain and other cutting-edge technologies during an upcoming conference, FinTech 2020: Financial Services and the new Digital Economy, on Friday, Jan. 24, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at USF Sarasota-Manatee, 8350 N. Tamiami Trail.

    The one-day conference will examine existing and emerging digital technologies and their influence on financial services, from investment to backroom operations, and identify advances and other digital trends that are likely to play a dominant role in future investing. Visit usfsm.edu/featured-events/fintechconference/index.aspx to register.

    “We are thrilled to provide the opportunity to foster discussion about some of the really exciting new technology that is already shaping the financial services sector and will continue to do so in the years to come,” said USF Sarasota-Manatee Regional Chancellor Karen A. Holbrook, PhD, who will welcome the speakers.

    Among FinTech 2020’s topics are emerging technologies such as those below, which create unique challenges as investors and wealth managers work to adapt and prosper:

    • Blockchain
    • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
    • Machine Learning
    • Digital Start-Ups
    • Digital Regulation
    • Crypto Assets
    • Cybersecurity
    • Risk Management
    • Future Work Skills

    Carol Grunberg, vice president of money movement and innovation at Northwestern Mutual, will deliver the keynote address and lead a lineup of financial and technology experts.

    “Technology is impacting the way consumers interact with and manage their finances, and also providing new opportunities for the industry to leverage data and insights to create a more integrated and dynamic digital experience for clients,” Grunberg said. “FinTech 2020 will bring a range of global perspectives, such as insights from technology giants in the U.S. as well as abroad in China, to discuss how technology and innovation are shaping the future of financial services.”

    Other speakers and panelists include:

    • John Jorgensen, president and CEO, the Sylint Group
    • Nick Wichert, senior director of strategic business development, Northwestern Mutual
    • Rachel Wei West, CEO and founder, InfoAlliance LLC
    • Thomas E. Becker, PhD, interim dean, the College of Business, USF Sarasota-Manatee
    • Kiran Garimella, PhD, chief scientist and CTO, KoreConX; professor, USF
    • Eddie Sanchez, PhD, professor of finance, USF Sarasota-Manatee
    • Bhuvan Unhelkar, PhD, professor of information technology, USF Sarasota-Manatee
    • Greg Smogard, PhD, assistant vice president of innovation and business development, USF Sarasota-Manatee

    “This conference will appeal to anyone with an interest in digital technology and its impact on the financial sector, from bankers and wealth managers to the average investor who simply wants to learn more about technology and its influence on financial services,” Smogard said. “It should be an interesting and insightful conference.”

    For more information or to register, visit usfsm.edu/featured-events/fintechconference/index.aspx. To learn more about USF Sarasota-Manatee, visit usfsm.edu.

  • 26 Nov 2019 11:26 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    On Saturday, December 7th, from 8:30 a.m.-noon, organizations including Goodwill Manasota, SRQ Vets, Vets 2 Success, and VFW 3233 are holding a Christmas Toy Drive & Breakfast at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3233 (124 S. Tuttle Ave., Sarasota). The organizations are remembering the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor while working together to make a brighter day for families in need.

    The public is invited to attend the event, which will feature delicious food – sponsored by Detwiler’s Farm Market – including an omelet bar, home fries, sausage and bacon, a yogurt/oatmeal bar, fresh bread, and beverages. A new, unwrapped toy for a child or a $10 donation gets one plate of breakfast.

    All financial donations will be split between the four presenting organizations and go to their relief funds for veterans in need. All toys will be distributed by Toys-for-Tots.

    “It’s an honor to be able to spread a little holiday cheer and help create happy memories for the families served by Toys-for-Tots,” said Goodwill’s Veterans Services program manager, Todd Hughes. “Our organizations are proud to remember a very dark day in our history while turning the observance into something positive for area families in need as the holidays approach.”

    For more information, call Goodwill’s Veterans Services Program office at 941-355-2721, ext. 451.

    About Goodwill Manasota Goodwill Manasota is an industry-leading 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that changes lives through the power of work. With philanthropic donations and revenue generated by the sales of donated goods, Goodwill is able to assist people with disabilities, veterans, seniors, and those with other barriers to employment by providing jobs, job skills training, and free career services. For more information or for a listing of locations, visit www.experiencegoodwill.org or call 941-355-2721

  • 18 Nov 2019 9:12 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL - Goodwill Manasota and the SunCoast Blood Bank continued their partnership - which launched in September at PGT in North Venice - called "Change a Life, Save a Life." They brought their respective collection vehicles, the "Giving Mobile" and the "Bloodmobile," to the FCCI Insurance Group headquarters in Lakewood Ranch, where employees and the general public donated gently-used items to Goodwill and critically-needed units of blood to SunCoast Blood Bank.

    "A positive advantage of this collaboration is that when you donate to Goodwill you are creating jobs immediately. When you donate to the Blood Bank, you have the opportunity to save three lives," said Bob Rosinsky, president and CEO of Goodwill Manasota. "Through Change a Life, Save a Life, your donation is multiplied over and over, and helps others in this community."

    The partners are holding at least one "Change a Life, Save a Life" event each month, with the next scheduled outreach effort, in partnership with the Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance, taking place at Lakewood Ranch Medical Center on December 13th. They are seeking additional businesses and community areas to host donation events in the future.

    For more information or to inquire about becoming a “Change a Life, Save a Life” location, call 941-355-2721, ext. 163 or email pavitra.ciavardone@gimi.org.


  • 14 Nov 2019 11:51 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    If you want to breath new life into your business, by having realizations that can completely transform your work-life, you're going to love this month’s Meet Up Live Session, where you'll discover.... 1) The Peak Productivity Zone - The Secret Link between mindset and performance that can skyrocket your business, free up your time and keep you in a state of relaxed productivity 2) The Surest Way to have “ Permanent Presence” that virtually guarantees you show up as your best, most productive and enthusiastic self to every interaction so that high quality business opportunities seek you out.

    3) How successful business owners and entrepreneurs get into the “Resilience Zone” to eliminate procrastination effortlessly. 4) A powerful yet simple mindset shift that can refocus your Mind in how you perceive your own capabilities so that you have effortless & stress-less productivity every time. 5) The Concrete Step you can take after the webinar that will make you effortlessly embody all these teachings. and much, much more… The game changes once you understand the power and potential of your mind, and the direct connection to your peak performance and productivity.. You’ll be able to access new levels of creativity, insight, and energy. All with less pressure and stress. To learn more RSVP asap here: https://www.meetup.com/Bradenton-Inner-OuterWealth-Success-Meetup-Group/events/266371791/ See you soon! Dr. Vijaya Nair, Organizer 100 million Healthy, Happy, Thriving Successful Entrepreneurs by 2030 www.DrVijayaNair.com mobile: (914) 263 6231 https://www.meetup.com/Bradenton-Inner-Outer-Wealth-Success-Meetup-Group/ events/266371791/

    About your Presenter: Dr. Vijaya Nair a Ivy league trained physician, medical researcher, author, entrepreneur and international speaker. She is a Transformational Health Expert and Business Mentor/Coach. Dr. Vijaya is the Founder of SoulAccessMeditations.com, Enlightened Success Mastermind and CEO of jivasupplements.org and the author of PreventCancer, Strokes, Heart Attacks and other Deadly Killer. Her audience includes successful and starting entrepreneurs and professionals who are in search of something better and bigger in their lives – including Peace of Mind, Increased Productivity, Success, & Having Great Teams/Partners! Her approach is to be practical, big picture oriented and to make this an outstanding partnership where all can win.

    https://www.meetup.com/Bradenton-Inner-Outer-Wealth-Success-Meetup-Group/events/266371791/

  • 05 Nov 2019 11:54 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Sarasota, FL (November 5, 2019) – Dropping your child off at a safe and reliable preschool should ease nerves for most parents, but for many, the challenges of the day are just beginning. Financial trouble, food instability, reliable employment, and access to education are struggles many families in our community face. That’s why Children First has to be so much more than a preschool.

    “When a child is enrolled at Children First, parents and caregivers are welcomed into the Children First family as a whole unit,” says Phillip Tavill, Children First CEO.

    Recently, Children First received a six-year, $1,251,000 grant from Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation to support families through their challenges and help them achieve success. This grant will provide Children First the opportunity to expand their award-winning Families First Institute, a holistic approach to addressing the needs of both the children and their parents together.

    “Our Board of Directors identified an opportunity to make a signature investment into a vital organization in our community,” says Teri A Hansen, President | CEO of Barancik Foundation. “This grant also opens the opportunity for other funders to collaborate with Children First and support their efforts to enrich the lives of those who need support the most.”

    The expansion will allow the hiring of new Vocational Family Advocates (VFA’s), whose goal will be to advance the economic mobility of parents with children enrolled in the Institute. Parents will have new opportunities to receive workforce training, education, and obtain employment.

    “The funding from this grant will be transformational for Children First. We could not be more appreciative of the Barancik Foundation’s commitment to children and families,” says Tavill.

    Expanded support for the Institute will empower families to gain confidence by learning new skills and achieving personally identified goals.

    Eliezer and Wendy Rivera are living proof of the impact a holistic approach to family well-being can have in creating a generational cycle of opportunity. Having had three children enrolled at the premiere Head Start agency, the couple discovered a new chapter in their family’s life.

    Not only were their children’s education and childcare needs taken care of, Eliezer was able to focus on working full-time. He soon received his real estate license, and is currently on track to obtain his broker’s license.  Wendy had the opportunity to begin work as a Teacher’s Aide for the organization. She recently earned her Florida Child Care Professional Credential and was promoted to Infant/Toddler Specialist. With extra income and confidence in hand, both parents were empowered to take advantage of further educational opportunities with the Families First Institute (FFI), participating in classes like the Nurturing Dads and Positive Solutions for Families programs.

    The curriculum serves as a platform for a group of Children First families to share their parenting experiences, explore career opportunities, and overcome their fears around finance and budgeting.

               

    “The classes taught me how important a role model is for my children, and that we as parents also need to seek personal growth and development,” says Eliezer Rivera. “If you have ever wondered where exactly your support for this amazing organization is going, my family is a powerful example.”

    With the expansion of the Families First Institute at Children First, VFA’s will develop a Parent Training Program to provide families with the opportunity to work in one of three areas: early childhood development, food service, or clerical services. Parents will train alongside Children First staff members to develop their skills while earning a stipend for their work. Once training is completed, they will have expanded opportunities for employment.

    To learn more, visit www.childrenfirst.net.


  • 04 Nov 2019 8:55 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    SARASOTA/BRADENTON, FL – Goodwill Manasota recently received a grant of $4,000 from BankUnited for the Homebuyer's Club program. These funds will support Goodwill's efforts to assist employees who wish to purchase a home.

    Goodwill's Homebuyer's Club prepares Goodwill employees for home ownership through a long-term program offering education, workshops, and credit counseling. It also provides budgeting counseling for families to ensure successful home ownership and helps employees who achieve mortgage pre-approval to purchase new or renovated homes offered through standard real estate channels.

    "BankUnited is committed to helping the communities where we live and work by providing a solid foundation for economic success," said Claire Raley, BankUnited senior vice president, community development and outreach. "Helping community members to achieve home ownership is an area where BankUnited's support can have a positive effect on our West Florida community."

    "At Goodwill, we offer a one-on-one pre-purchase and post-purchase counseling program, as well as education and coaching to team members interested in becoming first-time homebuyers," added Margie Genter, vice president of Goodwill Manasota. "We are grateful to BankUnited for its contribution toward helping our employees to achieve the 'American Dream' of home ownership."

    For more information about Goodwill, call 941-355-2721 or go to experiencegoodwill.org.

    Photo ID: (From l-r) BankUnited senior vice president Claire Raley, Goodwill vice presidents Margie Genter and Gray Videnka, and BankUnited vice president of business banking Mark Dunlop

    About Goodwill Manasota Goodwill Manasota is an industry-leading 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that changes lives through the power of work. With philanthropic donations and revenue generated by the sales of donated goods, Goodwill is able to assist people with disabilities, veterans, seniors, and those with other barriers to employment by providing jobs, job skills training, and free career services. For more information or for a listing of locations, visit www.experiencegoodwill.org or call 941-355-2721.

    About BankUnited, N.A. BankUnited, Inc. (NYSE: BKU), with total assets of $33.0 billion at September 30, 2019, is the bank holding company of BankUnited, N.A., a national bank headquartered in Miami Lakes, Florida with banking centers in Florida and New York metropolitan area. For additional information, call (877) 779-2265 or visit www.BankUnited.com. BankUnited can be found on Facebook at facebook.com/BankUnited.Official and on Twitter @BankUnited.  

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Hook Kids on Fishing

 

Anglers for Conservation (AFC)

 a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization, in partnership with Fisherman’s Village, is coordinating its engaging Hook Kids on Fishing Program to be held on Saturday, April 11th, 2015 from 10am- 12:00pm at Fishermen's Village (1200 West Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda).

 Kids ages 6 to 16, are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. The first 100 kids registered and complete the training will receive a free rod and reel to take home! Registration is mandatory by calling King Fisher Fleet at 941-639-2628.

 This hands-on, conservation-minded program teaches casting, fishing safety, knot tying, boating safety, tackle box essentials, catch and release tactics, fishing habitats and conservation, and is taught by professional guides and knowledgeable anglers.

 Community support also provided by Fisherman's Village, King Fisher Fleet, local bait and tackle shops, and local Captains, Aylesworth's Fish & Bait, Canoe Outpost-Peace River, Coastal Angler Magazine, Diiachi Hooks, Fish Florida Foundation and Rio Villa Bait & Tackle

AFC’s mission is to inspire new generations of marine stewards through angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation practices. For more information, please visit www.AnglersForConservation.org.

 Volunteers are needed and donations are greatly appreciated.

If you’re interested in volunteering please contact Theresa at tellershaw@aol.com or call me 321-433-3340/302-6260

If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Heather Sears at Heather@AnglersForConservation.org or 321-474-8202.

Hook Kids on Fishing

 

Anglers for Conservation (AFC)

 a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization, in partnership with Fisherman’s Village, is coordinating its engaging Hook Kids on Fishing Program to be held on Saturday, April 11th, 2015 from 10am- 12:00pm at Fishermen's Village (1200 West Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda).

 Kids ages 6 to 16, are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. The first 100 kids registered and complete the training will receive a free rod and reel to take home! Registration is mandatory by calling King Fisher Fleet at 941-639-2628.

 This hands-on, conservation-minded program teaches casting, fishing safety, knot tying, boating safety, tackle box essentials, catch and release tactics, fishing habitats and conservation, and is taught by professional guides and knowledgeable anglers.

 Community support also provided by Fisherman's Village, King Fisher Fleet, local bait and tackle shops, and local Captains, Aylesworth's Fish & Bait, Canoe Outpost-Peace River, Coastal Angler Magazine, Diiachi Hooks, Fish Florida Foundation and Rio Villa Bait & Tackle

AFC’s mission is to inspire new generations of marine stewards through angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation practices. For more information, please visit www.AnglersForConservation.org.

 Volunteers are needed and donations are greatly appreciated.

If you’re interested in volunteering please contact Theresa at tellershaw@aol.com or call me 321-433-3340/302-6260

If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Heather Sears at Heather@AnglersForConservation.org or 321-474-8202.

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