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CAPE CORAL POLICE DEPARTMENT “CCPD & Oasis Elementary Toy Drive” Benefiting Foster Genies of SWFL.

What is the Cape Coral Police Department’s ‘CCPD & Oasis Elementary Toy Drive’? The CCPD & Oasis Elementary Toy drive is an event whereby Cape Coral Police Officers partner with the Staff, Faculty, Students and their parents of Oasis Elementary School to collect new, unwrapped toy donations. The toys are given to a children’s’ charity. This year’s recipient is Foster...

Cape Coral Police Department Announces the 10th Annual “Fill The Boat” Toy Drive

The Cape Coral Police Department is pleased to announce our 10th annual "Fill The Boat" Toy Drive for the 2016 holiday season. For three days this upcoming weekend, beginning Friday, December 16th through Sunday, December 18th, the Cape Coral Police Department will be at the Wal-Mart Supercenter, located at 1619 Del Prado Blvd. from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM each day collecting...

Protecting Your Heart from Holiday Stress

‘Tis the season to be jolly. The holiday season is traditionally a joyous occasion, a time of warm emotions when our thoughts turn toward gatherings of family and friends for the exchange of gifts, food, and companionship. However, there can be a flip-side to this holiday period. Many complain that the comfort and joy of the season can easily...

Breakfast with Santa Fundraiser Benefits Toys for Tots

Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar locations in Florida and Georgia will hold their annual Breakfast with Santa fundraiser Saturday, Dec. 10, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. The fundraiser will support the efforts of the U.S. Marines Corps Toys for Tots program, currently in its 69th year, which distributes new toys to underprivileged children to brighten the holidays, unify local communities and...

December Cover Artist Mark Herron

MR Herron (not to be confused with Mother Goose) is an author and commercial illustrator. For 35 years, he’s lent his advertising skills to clients like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, several best-selling authors and Delta Airline's magazine Fantastic Flyer. His experience runs the gamut from decorating Happy Meal boxes to outside-the-box children’s books. He also likes to keep his thumb on...

2nd Annual Facial Hair for Cancer Causes 10K-5K Run, 5K Walk to support cancer awareness, education and patient financial assistance

Registration is open for the 2nd Annual Facial Hair for Cancer Causes 10K-5K Run, 5K Walk being held on January 14, 2017 at Tara Woods, 19376 US 41, North Fort Myers, FL.   Run begins at 9:00 a.m. Walkers begin at 9:10 a.m.  This is a timed 10K-5K run with walkers following runners through the course showing their support for...

A Wonderful Time of the Year!

Submitted by Cape Coral resident Dennis Gingerich It’s a wonderful time of the year! It’s the holiday season. The music is playing. The days are cooler. The holiday decoration section in every store is packed full. Residents in Cape Coral are putting up lights and seasonal décor.  Depending on your ethnic, cultural and religious heritage, you may be celebrating one...

Regular Portfolio Checkups Can Lead to Healthier Returns

Quarterly reviews of stock and other investment performance are abundant these days.  Business newspapers such as The New York Times and Wall Street Journal run quarterly rankings of performance against which investors can compare their holdings. While there’s nothing wrong with this approach to determining how your portfolio stacks up, we have a few other suggestions that should be...

Are You Prepared to Handle a Personal Financial Crisis?

Many people who were once married or in a committed relationship are faced with managing finances alone at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, the first time many individuals experience handling complicated financial matters is during a personal crisis following the death or divorce of a spouse or partner. We’ve prepared a list of thought-provoking questions pertaining to financial fitness...

Going G-R-E-E-N for the Holidays

Submitted by Cape Coral resident Jessie Delaplane, Delaplane Insurance Green Decorating The holidays just would not be the same without festive lights, but why not save both money and energy this season? LED light strings are more energy efficient, using only about 20% of the electricity required for standard ones and lasting years longer. Or consider setting a timer for the...
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