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The past, present and future of SCCF

November 10, 2016 Last Monday, SCCF celebrated its 49th anniversary. more »»

Ready, aim, fire: Archery lessons at the Sanibel Recreation Center

November 10, 2016 What used to be the Sanibel Recreation Center’s old basketball court is now their archery range. Up until Dec. more »»

Renowned marine scientist and author makes an appearance at ‘Ding’ Darling

November 10, 2016 Noted marine scientist, Dr. Ellen Prager returned to “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge Oct. more »»

Now or Neverglades tour stops in Sanibel

November 10, 2016 The Now or Neverglades bus made its way to Sanibel last Wednesday to garner support for the construction of the proposed EAA Reservoir project. more »»

Annual Trash & Treasures sale to benefit Island Seniors this weekend

November 10, 2016 A sale that began more than 20 years ago to benefit the Island seniors, has evolved over the years attracting a large crowd of shoppers who begin lining up before the doors open. more »»

Tomlinson retires after 31 years

November 10, 2016 By MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspapers.com Last week the community gathered for a special meet-and-greet reception for Police Chief William Tomlinson, who is retiring after 31 year. more »»

Resident chef hired for new Culinary Education Center of Sanibel

November 10, 2016 A resident chef has been hired for the Community House to help run the new Culinary Education Center of Sanibel, scheduled to open this January. more »»

Beach parking decal pricing discussed

November 10, 2016 The Sanibel City Council discussed beach parking decals during its meeting last week, due to it being missed during the budget fees process earlier this yea. more »»

Flow gate installed to help water quality

November 10, 2016 A one-way flow gate design was installed within the Dunes Golf & Tennis Club community to help the flow of water last month. more »»

Barron shares One World, One Health concept during One Health Day presentation

November 10, 2016 As part of the first ever “One Health Day,” CROW Hospital Director Dr. Heather Barron provided a presentation about the concept in the Visitor Education Center last week. more »»

CROW’s 2017 calendar now available

November 10, 2016 A pair of snowy plovers, a mother and its chick stretching its wings, grace the cover of the 2017 CROW calendar, which is available to purchase. more »»

Campaign goal of $100 million for Golisano Children’s Hospital met

November 10, 2016 SWFL Children’s Charities, Inc. donated $2. more »»

Chapel by the Sea kicks off 68th season

November 9, 2016 The second Sunday of November will mark the beginning of the 68th season of Sunday worship services at Historic Captiva Chapel by the Sea.  The new minister, Rev. Dr. John N. more »»

City recognizes those who have served

November 8, 2016 The City of Sanibel salutes the veterans among their municipal workforce.  “It is with respect, honor and gratitude we as a community salute the military Veterans among our workforce. more »»

Decker-Mchale elected to Sanibel Public Library District board

November 8, 2016 Nicole Decker-Mchale will fill the sixth seat of the Sanibel Public Library District board. Decker-Mchale received 51.93 percent of the vote to Linda Estep's 48.07 percen. more »»

Rodrigues secures second term

November 8, 2016 Republican incumbent Ray Rodrigues will return for another term in the Florida House of Representatives. With all precincts reporting in, Rodrigues earned 73 percent against opponent St. more »»

Cracker Fest tipping its hat to Florida heritage and the environment

November 3, 2016 The 8th annual Cracker Fest is set to take place Friday, Nov. 4, from 6-10 p.m., at the Bait Box located at 1041 Periwinkle Wa. more »»

Island Locksmith under new ownership

November 3, 2016 Holly Peeples and her partner, Joe Bowers, took over Island Locksmith this past July. Island Locksmith originally opened in 1976, Peeples and Bowers are the fourth owners of the business. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling Indigo Trail closed due to alligator

November 3, 2016 “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge had some unexpected visitors last Monday. On Oct. 24, visitors and volunteers spotted a female gator and her 12 babies near the beginning of Indigo Trail. more »»

Nicole Finnicum uses her passion of ocean conservation to make an impact on kids

November 3, 2016 Nicole Finnicum, director of education at the Sanibel Sea School, did not always have her sights set on studying the ocean. more »»

 
 

 

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