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CapeStyle Feature — Meet Dennis & Linda Gingerich

The Best Is Yet To Come Written by T. M. Jacobs, Jacobs Writing Consultants   It’s hard to miss the sprawling campus of Cape Christian Church on Chiquita Blvd. between Pine Island Road and Veterans Parkway. The 14-acres house the church auditorium, a playground and park, church offices, Tony & Ada’s Cafe, and a few portables. It also encompasses a sense and...

CapeStyle Feature — Meet Nelson Stephenson

It’s About Hands-On Experience Written by Timothy Jacobs, Jacobs Writing Consultants   Graduation day is a time to reflect. It is a time to plan forward, to move ahead, and embrace the universe at your feet. Whether the next step is further education, travel or entering the entrepreneurial world, it is the day where ‘good-byes’ and ‘good lucks’ are exchanged with...

Hometown Hero — Israel Rosado

Israel Rosado is originally from Brooklyn, NY but moved to Cape Coral three years ago along with his wife, Christa, four kids (Marc (25 and a navy combat veteran), Briana (22), Jenna (11) and Ryan (9)), and their 3 dogs.  Israel also has a 2 year old granddaughter, Sophia. Israel was in the US Army, stationed at Ft Bragg, NC...

Hometown Hero — Sean Hoover

Cape Coral resident Sean Hoover, Investigator with the State Attorney’s Office, formerly with the Ft Myers Police Department Sean Hoover has grown up in Cape Coral, living here for 28 years and attending Gulf Middle School before graduating from Mariner High School in 1994.  Sean married his high school sweetheart Jennifer, even though she graduated from Cape Coral High in 1995. The...

Cape Kid with Style — Trinity Joy

Introducing your newest local artist, Trinity Joy!  Trinity has lived in Cape Coral since age 5 and has flourished as a student of the Cape Coral Charter system.  Active in the arts, Trinity was a proud member of the drama club throughout elementary school, was a 5th grade safety patrol, science fair winner, and an art submission award winner...

Cape Kid with Style — Taylor Wilson

College classes as a senior, busy after school job for a local appraisal company, a Make a Wish meeting in Estero, then home to edit photos for her own photography business (One, Two, Snap Photography) … just a typical Monday for Cape Coral resident Taylor Wilson. That is until June 5th when she graduated with honors from North Fort...

Cape Kid with Style — Jannai Maxwell

Jannai Maxwell recently graduated Summa Cum Laude in the class of 2016 at Ida S. Baker in Cape Coral, Florida. He moved to Florida when he was seven from Wisconsin with his younger brother Tayowah and mom Heidi Veres. Sports have been a constant in his life and have taught him many lessons in teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship. He has experience playing nine years of soccer,...

How sore should I be after a workout?

We’ve all heard the adage “no pain, no gain,” but how much truth is there to that mantra? It depends. Pain during or immediately following exercise, for one, is typically bad news. But soreness that comes several hours after your workout is usually a good thing. Check in with your body during and after your workouts by asking, “Am...

HomeTown Hero, Roy Leo

We, as a nation, owe a debt of gratitude to those members of the “Greatest Generation” who endured the Great Depression before serving in World War II.  Roy Leo, longtime resident of Cape Coral, is one of those members. Roy enlisted in the Navy at 18 years old and had a distinguished 37 year military career as a Naval aviator. ...

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