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Community Welcomed at 7th Annual Cape Coral Fire Department Open House

During the Cape Coral Fire Department’s 7th Annual Open House, over 2000 people visited at least one of the Department’s 10 stations, and many guests visited multiple stations. The Fire Department Open House is an important community event as it enables citizens to learn more about their Fire Department and the services it provides, and it allows Fire Department...

November 2016 CapeStyle is LIVE…..

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Cape Coral Police’s “Shop With A Cop” Applications for 2016 Now Open

Applications for the Cape Coral Police Department's 2016 "Shop With A Cop" event are now open. A tradition in the Cape Coral Police Department is a program dubbed “Shop With A Cop”. The event is sponsored by the Cape Coral Police Department's "Do The Right Thing" program, which allows officers to spend some positive one-on-one time with Cape Coral’s children whose...

SAVE THE DATE for Cape Coral’s Annual Festival of Lights

Welcome to Christmas Town... Cape Coral, Florida Welcome to our holiday celebration, the Annual CenturyLink Holiday Festival of Lights. Happening for over 25 years, this holiday celebration is a true example of the community support, holiday spirit and evening of fun for the whole family. With all attractions FREE to the public you can visit Santa in Christmas Town Center,...

Cape Coral Police Department Receives Grant From Ben Roethlisberger Foundation for K9 Unit

NFL Star, Ben Roethlisberger has made a big donation that will help the Cape Coral Police Department keep citizens safer. On October 13th, Pittsburgh Steelers’ Super Bowl Quarterback and Findlay, OH native, Ben Roethlisberger, announced the third and fourth grants of the 2016 season from the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund. The Foundation announced that it was...

Learn to think like an Entrepreneur

A new educational concept is coming to Southwest Florida in January 2017 announced today by Lee County resident, Jim Griffiths. “Learn to think like an Entrepreneur,” a 501c3 nonprofit public learning center supported by local businesses, will be holding free ongoing classes for the general public. The gatherings will include workshops, think-tanks, brainstorming, and guest speakers to teach the...

CapeStyle Feature — Meet Sue Hook

Introducing Cape Coral resident Sue Hook, “Good Samaritan” and a blessing to all of us! Walk into Samaritan Health and Wellness Center at 643 Cape Coral Parkway East and you can feel the peace, the presence of God, of caring and of love. An unpretentious, humble place, it exudes the beliefs of those who care for the health needs of anyone...

Chocolate Style

Have you noticed that brilliant ideas are often born to different, unrelated people at the same time?  It makes one wonder about unseen connections. Throughout history mankind has experienced a ribbon of like-minded ideas that, if materialized, bring joyful things to our world. Cape Coral has experienced such a phenomenon over the past few years that has brought into existence...

The Necessity of Skin Checks

The skin is the largest organ of the body with over 20 square feet of surface area. The skin plays an important role in our health such as protection and heat regulation. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. One in five people will develop a skin cancer over the course of their lifetime....

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