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  • 14 Oct 2020 9:30 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Hornback Chiropractic and Wellness, P.A. opened their third location on Monday, September 28th to serve the fast-growing North River community. Led by Dr. Kathryn Franchek, a Lakewood Ranch native and graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College, it is conveniently accessible for the busy lives of those living in the Parrish/Palmetto area.

    Hornback Chiropractic & Wellness, P.A. was founded by Dr. Cindy Hornback in 2002 and was one of the first Chiropractic offices in East Manatee. The entire HCW team is fully committed to the health and wellness of our community and believe in giving back to many area charities. HCW impacts lives with the awesomeness of chiropractic utilizing community outreach programs such as the Living Well for Life presentations, spinal screenings, and free employee wellness programs. This Give Back Movement allows opportunities for local businesses and groups to share the gift of wellness with their employees, friends, and family.

    Dr. Cindy Hornback is continuing to work tirelessly at her dream of expanding her family chiropractic wellness-based practices and helping improve the lives of even more people “The response from residents has already been wonderful. Having such a trusted, long-standing presence in Lakewood Ranch has been very helpful with continued expansion” shared Dr. Cindy. “We continue to recruit top-notch chiropractors and support team, training them on our practices to ensure the quality of care our patients have become accustomed to is carried through to each new location”.

    Hornback Chiropractic and Wellness, PA is accepting new patients at all locations including University Park location on Market Street, the Lakewood Ranch location on Gatewood Drive and the newest North River location on Buffalo Road. As a part of the Give Back Movement, new patients receive their first visit which includes a complete Case History, Neurological and Orthopedic Exam, and X-rays (if medically necessary) for a $40 donation. This donation will be given to HCW’s charity of the quarter, Bayside Community Church, to assist with many community outreach programs.

    Please stop in to get a tour of the beautiful new location, meet their exceptional staff and see what chiropractic can do to enhance your quality of life.

    The entire community is invited to attend the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting celebrating the newest location and 18 years of chiropractic service, November 19th from 5:00-7:00 pm at 9544 Buffalo Road, Palmetto, FL 34221.


  • 12 Oct 2020 4:36 PM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Sarasota, Florida – October 12, 2020 – Fawley Bryant Architecture is proud to announce the growth of its leadership team with the promotion of Amanda Parrish to Chief Administrative Officer. The full-service architecture firm with offices in Sarasota and Bradenton is also thrilled to welcome new Senior Project Manager Nicholas (Nick) E. Carolla, who will be responsible for managing all aspects of multiple mid-sized to large projects.    

     

    As chief administrative officer, Parrish serves as a trusted advisor and manager of day-to-day operations, including team management, human resources, and building business partnerships and community relationships. She is also responsible for oversight and strategic planning for key administrative support elements of the organization, including technology, facilities, and marketing initiatives. Prior to her promotion, Parrish was the firm’s director of business.  

     

    “Since her arrival, Amanda has been instrumental in our growth and driving the firm’s culture,” said Steve Padgett, Principal and Managing Partner of Fawley Bryant Architecture. “She strives to leave everyone she works with feeling more optimistic, energized and valued. Amanda delivers.” 

     

    Parrish is on the board of the Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance and a member of the Executive Committee. She is also a member of the Business Observer’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019. Growing up in Shelby Township, Michigan, Parrish accepted a basketball scholarship to Spring Arbor University, where she achieved her degree in Advertising and Public Relations with a minor in Professional Writing. She recently graduated with a master’s in Organizational Leadership from Jacksonville University and currently lives in Bradenton with her husband and two young daughters. 

     

    Nick Carolla joined the Fawley Bryant team in September, relocating from Madison, Wisconsin, where he served as managing partner of Eric & Lee Architects & Planners. In his new role, Carolla is responsible for managing all activities, including participating in the design and drawing for a range of commercial and civic projects, preparing strategic plans for project success, and serving as the primary client liaison to bring the schedule, budget, and scope of work to completion.  

     

    “Nick specializes in leading high-performing teams made up of architects, engineers and consultants in a myriad of industries,” said Padgett. “He is just what we were looking for and a welcomed addition to the firm.”   

     

    Carolla received his associate's degree in Architectural Engineering from Pittsburgh Technical Institute before earning his bachelor’s degree from Coastal Carolina University. He went on to earn his master’s degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2015.   

     

    About Fawley Bryant Architecture 

    Since 1994, Fawley Bryant Architecture has been committed to creating smart, beautiful spaces. The company's integrated approach transforms how people experience architecture by utilizing the latest technologies, the brightest people, and operational excellence. Fawley Bryant serves clients throughout southwest Florida and has offices located in Sarasota and Bradenton. To learn more, visit www.fawleybryant.com. 


  • 09 Oct 2020 8:41 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson’s received a grant from Designing Women Boutique in Sarasota, FL to help provide no-cost essential services annually to thousands of people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers in Sarasota County.  A grant from Designing Women Boutique will allow Neuro Challenge to meet the needs of the Parkinson’s community by offering education, therapeutic and support programs via online platforms and tele-care advising by the Neuro Challenge Care Advisor team. Robyn Faucy-Washington, CEO of Neuro Challenge Foundation said, "With the financial support from Designing Women Boutique, Neuro Challenge will continue uninterrupted tele-care advising and essential programs at a time when social distancing can be particularly stressful for people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers.  We are extremely grateful for our partnership with Designing Women Boutique which will provide essential services to the Sarasota County Parkinson’s community today." 


  • 07 Oct 2020 9:45 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    First Tee - Sarasota/Manatee (FTSM) -- an organization founded in 2000 with the primary goal of impacting the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf – announces gift from Sarasota PGA Tour Superstore during a presentation on Saturday, October 3. FTSM Executive Director, Lexi McKenney said, “We are thrilled to have the support of PGA Tour Superstore in Sarasota/Manatee. This is a great golf community and PGATSS national support of local First Tee chapters is unmatched. We are so honored to be offered the opportunity to use the store’s space and technology for programs and the generous donation will further advance our mission in this area.”  

  • 05 Oct 2020 9:14 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    The Community Foundation of Sarasota County was recognized as a recipient of a Golden Image Award and Judges’ Award by the Florida Public Relations Association during its first-ever virtual Golden Image Awards Gala. “Now more than ever, our community has found comfort and opportunity in all things digital, and this includes the timeless power of storytelling,” said Mischa Kirby, APR, Vice President of Strategy and Communications at the Community Foundation. “We are honored that our website is recognized as a trusted resource and connector, and we will continue to expand and improve this virtual space to share more voices and positive stories of impact.” 


  • 01 Oct 2020 9:26 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    ITNSuncoast is proud to welcome Deral Pitts as the newest addition to their staff. Pitts will take over the duties as Executive Director, overseeing strategic planning and operations of the organization in support of our mission and goals. He has previously served as the Chief Executive Officer at two different Boys & Girls Clubs organizations. He also has experience as a Unit Director and Program Director of a non-profit organization. 


  • 01 Oct 2020 9:25 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    As the financial impact of the coronavirus continues to be felt, the ongoing issue of hunger has reached a crisis point. With an approximately 120% increase in distribution – and a nearly 45% increase in new clients at its mobile pantries – since mid-March, All Faiths Food Bank has adapted to the crisis by changing its operations and adding resources and staff in order to expand and enhance services, and more efficiently find and feed those who are hungry. All Faiths hired a researcher to analyze the Meal Deficit Metric with the goal of identifying new areas with insufficient or no services. Armed with this information, All Faiths explored where it can engage new agency partners, hold additional mobile pantries, and supplement its staff. “As the pandemic continues to hit our community hard, we’re working harder and smarter to find people who may never have had to ask for help before,” said Sandra Frank, CEO of All Faiths. “Families a re experiencing hardships regardless of their financial background and those hardships make it difficult to put food on the table. We want anyone who is struggling to feed their families to know that we are here for them with food and support.” 


  • 01 Oct 2020 9:24 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    PulteGroup, Inc. is honoring those who serve our community every day through the homebuilder’s new “Hometown Heroes” program that offers active teachers, nurses, EMS, police and fire fighters – along with active and retired military – a special $2,000 incentive when they purchase a new home in a Pulte Homes, Del Webb, DiVosta or Centex community in Southwest Florida, from Sarasota to the Fort Myers and Naples area. “Pulte recognizes the hard work and dedication of essential employees throughout our region,” said Josh Graeve, vice president of sales for PulteGroup in Southwest Florida. “This special offer is our way of thanking our heroes for all they do for us while serving on our front lines every day.” The new $2,000 savings program, which is effective on new purchases as of Oct. 1, 2020, is applied as a credit toward personalizing a new home with selections from the builder’s design center.

  • 01 Oct 2020 9:23 AM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Tidewell Hospice is using technology to enhance its care programs and provide patients and their loved ones moments of joy and relief from pain and social isolation. The virtual reality (VR) platform allows groups of people to leave the four walls of their residence and engage with the world in ways they never thought possible. “It was an amazing experience for everyone, myself included,” Zeliff said. “We went skydiving, enjoyed an elephant safari, explored a volcano and visited the International Space Station. The patient and his wife had a friendly competition popping virtual balloons. At the end of our experience, we relaxed with the technology’s meditation app, which guided them through breathing techniques while in a calming meadow.” 

  • 30 Sep 2020 1:50 PM | Amy Treis (Administrator)

    Sarasota-based construction management firm, Firmo Construction, has been hired to build a new Hampton Inn by Hilton in Fort Myers. In partnership with hospitality and development group, HOS Management, from Savannah, Ga., the two companies will bring decades of experience with the Hilton brand to deliver a dynamic and modern, pandemic and tourist safe hotel to the heart of downtown Fort Myers. “Firmo is excited to partner with this leading hotel development team to bring the Fort Myers area a new hospitality opportunity,” said Eric Collin, President of Firmo Construction. “And with multiple completed Hilton builds in the Gulf Coast, I’m excited to continue our relationship with the Hilton brand.”  

Recent Member News





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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