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Meet Pat Thomas, retired police officer

Pat Thomas grew up in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was with the Douglas County Sheriff’s office for 27 years.  He proudly served from 1989 until 2016, when he then retired here in Cape Coral, along with his wife Suzi. He and Suzi have 2 daughters, Chelsea, 25, and Kelsey, 28. Pat first went to school to be a history teacher,...

Meet Bailey Siner, a Cape Kid with Style

Submitted by proud mom Annette Siner Bailey Siner is 16 years old and will be a senior at Cape Coral High School. She got her first job at 15 working for Adirondack Chocolatiers on Santa Barbara Blvd, and now works at the Point 57 restaurant on Del Prado Blvd as a hostess/food runner. Bailey is wonderful for so many reasons. When...

Women’s Leadership Conference 2017

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Cape Coral Celebrates July as “National Park and Recreation Month”

Month-long celebration highlights essential value of parks and recreation to local communities Summer is here, which means it’s time to get your play on!  Discover the power of play this July when Cape Coral Parks & Recreation joins municipalities from across the country to celebrate National Park and Recreation Month. The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) has been celebrating in...

AMERICAN VETERAN PROGRAM SOARS TO NEW HEIGHTS WITH HOUSING IN FLORIDA

LYND is proud to announce their newest Veteran program addition, Mission Springs. This makes two for the Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation (IAVF), a non-profit organization, and their first in Florida. Florida is a state that is in dire need of affordable Veteran housing. In an effort to support and improve the lives of those who have served in the military, LYND is excited to...

RED, WHITE, AND BOOM – LEAVE DRONES AT HOME

Drones not permitted at Red, White, and Boom for public safety The Cape Coral Fire Department is instructing Red, White, and Boom attendees to leave their drones at home. With a large crowd, the possibility of a medical emergency or injury occurring that would require medical evacuation increases. “Time is always of the essence when providing medical care. Even more so...

Softball Tourney to bring Visitors to Lee County

Top softball athletes from throughout the state are coming to Lee County for the Florida U.S. Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Fastpitch South Florida State Championships taking place Friday through Sunday. Approximately 140 teams will be participating in this year’s championship tournament.  The event should bring 5,000 sports visitors to the area. Those visitors will generate approximately 3,500 hotel room nights and $1.3 million in direct...

Coral Oaks to Offer Specials During July for “PGA Family Golf Month”

The PGA of America is once again recognizing the month of July as “Family Golf Month.” Coral Oaks Golf Course is ready to support the initiative. The goal of the campaign is to promote the game of golf to new and experienced golfers alike and encourage quality time be spent amongst families. Coral Oaks will be offering three specials from July...

Local companies donate time and services to help accident survivor

Accident survivor’s home is renovated Danielle Hagmann is lucky to be alive!  She survived a horrific car crash with her spirit intact, and now she is the lucky recipient of generous help donated by local companies.   Local general contractor DeAngelis Diamond has recently completed the renovation of accident survivor Danielle Hagmann’s home to be wheelchair accessible.   In April, Hagmann was driving on...

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