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Shelter project’s first fundraiser a success

May 27, 2014 By CAROL?ORR?HARTMAN news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Hibiscus Society to hold annual plant sale

May 27, 2014 It is one of the largest and oldest Hibiscus shows in the state of Florida, and, with a new location, it promises to been even bigger and better this time around. The James E. more »»

Wounded Warriors event to include sport raffle

May 21, 2014 The Wounded Warrior Anglers will hold its 2nd Annual “Redfish Poker” Fishing Championship Saturday, May 24, at Olde Fish House Marina. At 7 p.. more »»

Matlacha Hookers present eight scholarships

May 21, 2014 The Matlacha Hookers presented eight scholarships to students from Pine Island and Cape Coral at its meeting Monday, May 12, at Sandy Hook Restauran. more »»

Letter carriers collect food

May 21, 2014 More than 5,500 pounds of food was collected in the local postal carriers annual food drive. more »»

Goodwill's Job-Link available at Beacon

May 21, 2014 Goodwill's Job-Link centers help people with employment skills training, and family strengthening. It has 15 locations in Southwest Florida and eight in Lee County. The location at the Beacon of H.O. more »»

Florida Masters Naturalist Program graduates 14

May 21, 2014 Last Friday, 14 local and area residents were presented with certificates, patches and pins for completion of the two-day-a-week, four-week Florida Masters Naturalist Program (FMNP). more »»

Dog Bite Awareness Week brings some cautions

May 21, 2014 You see it all too often in the news: a small child is seriously injured or even killed by an aggressive dog. And these confrontations seem to happen more and more, especially in Lee County. more »»

Island author releases second book

May 14, 2014 Mitch Grant has released his second book, "The Cut Bait Murders," in the Pine Island-themed series of St. James City murder mysteries. more »»

Playhouse Summer Theater Camp to present ‘Robin Hood’

May 14, 2014 “The next production from the Pine Island Playhouse will be 'Robin Hood,'” Nichole Pichon, Pine Island Playhouse coordinator, said. more »»

Special reunion for Mother’s Day: Woman searches for, finds her birth mother

May 14, 2014 In 1966, Eileen Rowan was a 19-year-old woman living in Philadelphia. When she became pregnant, she left Philadelphia to live with an uncle in San Francisco, Cali. more »»

Registration under way for 2014-2015 school year at PIE

May 14, 2014 If you live on Pine Island or Matlacha Isles and have a child that will be age 5 on or before Sept. more »»

Greater Pine Island Lions have drop-box collection points available

May 14, 2014 The Greater Pine Island Lions are collecting numerous items for recycling to residents and other charitable organizations for distribution.  ALL OCCASION GREETING CARDS (new or used. more »»

Temple Beth Shalom to honor veterans at special service

May 14, 2014 Friday night, May 23, Temple Beth Shalom of Cape Coral will hold a special and unique service. more »»

Hookers blood drive May 17 at Miceli's

May 14, 2014 The Matlacha Hookers are joining forces with Miceli’s to host their quarterly blood drive. more »»

Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery to host Memorial Day service

May 14, 2014 Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery will host a Memorial Day service at 10 a.m., Monday, May 26, in the Veterans Honor Garden at the cemetery, 1630 S.W. Pine Island Road. more »»

Wet weather fails to dampen Cayo Costa’s Heritage Day

May 7, 2014 Amid heavy rains, thunder and lightning, the Friends of Cayo Costa State Park held its 3rd annual Cayo Costa Heritage Day Saturday. more »»

Dreikorn to announce plans Monday

May 7, 2014 Michael Dreikorn, a Pine Island resident, has pulled his name from the fall ballot for the congressional seat left vacant by the resignation of Trey Radel. What he plans next remains unannounced. more »»

Beacon helps many get GED

May 7, 2014 Two years ago the Beacon of H.O.P.E. took on the challenge of helping people prepare for better paying jobs and a more prosperous future by offering a GED program. As of May 18, the Beacon of H.O.P.E. more »»

St. James City Civic Association hosts May Day event

May 7, 2014 The St. James City Civic Association held their first May Day event last Thursday. The focus of the event was to hang a piece of public art by local artist Rachi Farrow entitled “CONNECTION. more »»

 
 

 

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