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Rotarians and clinic volunteers show off some of the new equipment (from left):  Sandi Gladstone, Beth Harrison, Esther Horton, Brad Ault, Millie Wischnowsky, Jennifer Foss, Alfred Current, Linda Martell, Carolyn Kennett and Marie Valeri.

October 22nd, 2014 at 8:38 pm

Rotarians and clinic volunteers show off some of the new equipment (from left):  Sandi Gladstone, Beth Harrison, Esther Horton, Brad Ault, Millie Wischnowsky, Jennifer Foss, Alfred Current, Linda Martell, Carolyn Kennett and Marie Valeri.

Rotar­i­ans and clinic vol­un­teers show off some of the new equip­ment (from left): Sandi Glad­stone, Beth Har­ri­son, Esther Hor­ton, Brad Ault, Mil­lie Wis­chnowsky, Jen­nifer Foss, Alfred Cur­rent, Linda Martell, Car­olyn Ken­nett and Marie Valeri.

Sub­mit­ted by Engle­wood Com­mu­nity Care Clinic

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The Rotary Club of Engle­wood, with help from Rotary Dis­trict 6960, awarded a $2,000 grant to the Engle­wood Com­mu­nity Care Clinic to pur­chase tech­nol­ogy and med­ical office supplies.

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GCCF recognized nationally for work to transform hunger-relief system

The Gulf Coast County Foundation has won national recognition for its fight against hunger in the community.

The Gulf Coast County Foun­da­tion has won national recog­ni­tion for its fight against hunger in the community.

Sub­mit­ted by Gulf Coast Com­mu­nity Foundation

VENICE, Fla. – Gulf Coast Com­mu­nity Foun­da­tion on Wednes­day became one of only 10 foun­da­tions across the coun­try to receive the 2014 Sec­re­taries’ Award for Public-Philanthropic Part­ner­ships. The award was pre­sented at the Coun­cil on Foun­da­tions Fall Con­fer­ence for Com­mu­nity Foun­da­tions in Cleve­land, Ohio. Con­tinue read­ing this story…

Volunteer to help animals in Englewood, Port Charlotte

CJ Hardy, a Suncoast Humane Society thrift store volunteer, says that volunteering has “enhanced and enriched” her life.

CJ Hardy, a Sun­coast Humane Soci­ety thrift store vol­un­teer, says that vol­un­teer­ing has “enhanced and enriched” her life.

Submit­ted  by Sun­coast Humane Society

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – Many vol­un­teer oppor­tu­ni­ties are avail­able at Sun­coast Humane Society’s ani­mal care cen­ter in Engle­wood. Other impor­tant oppor­tu­ni­ties focus on vital pro­grams and ser­vices away from the shelter.

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Englewood woman charged with serving alcohol to underage person

Susan Gale Adcock

Susan Gale Adcock

Sub­mit­ted by Char­lotte Co. Sheriff’s Office

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. — An Engle­wood woman was arrested Thurs­day and charged with slling alco­hol to an under­age per­son. Susan Gale Adcock, 44, of 6800 Placida Road, a server at the White Ele­phant Pub, 1855 Gulf Blvd., allegedly did not ask for iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and served the inves­tiga­tive aide a rum and coke.

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Pioneer Days Photo Contest video at Englewood Chamber Of Commerce

Pioneer Days Committee VP Jean Airey (right) presents a video to Elaine Miller, president of the Englewood Chamber Of Commerce.

Pio­neer Days Com­mit­tee VP Jean Airey (right) presents a video to Elaine Miller, pres­i­dent of the Engle­wood Cham­ber Of Commerce.

Sub­mit­ted  by Pio­neer Days Committee.

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – A video of all the entries in the 2014 Engle­wood Pio­neer Days Photo Con­test will be shown at The Engle­wood Cham­ber Of Com­merce through­out winter.

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Suncoast Humane Society Pet of the Week: Mooshu

Mooshu is a Tortoiseshell cat who can be adopted for $10 plus $12 rabies vaccination fee.

Mooshu is a Tor­toise­shell cat who can be adopted for $10 plus $12 rabies vac­ci­na­tion fee.

Sub­mit­ted by Sun­coast Humane Society

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. — Mooshu is a beau­ti­ful Tor­toise­shell cat who would love to have a tran­quil home where she can lounge in peace and enjoy the silence.

She will want some love, of course, and when the time is right, she will cud­dle on your lap.

Visit Mooshu at Sun­coast Humane Soci­ety at 6781 San Casa Drive and see how beau­ti­ful she is. You’re sure to fall in love.

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Citizen’s Law Enforcement program has 25 more graduates

Fall Class of 2014 of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Citizens Law Enforcement Academy.

Fall Class of 2014 of the Sara­sota County Sheriff’s Office Cit­i­zens Law Enforce­ment Academy.

Sara­sota Co. Sheriff’s Office

SARASOTA COUNTY, Fla. – The Sara­sota County Sheriff’s Office grad­u­ated 25 peo­ple from the 42nd class of the Cit­i­zens Law Enforce­ment Acad­emy (CLEA) dur­ing a recent ceremony.

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Pumpkins, Pipes, and Pandemonium’ opens music season

From left:  Dann Franks, Fonda, Drew Egloff, and Rich Church of Refuge.

From left: Dann Franks, Fonda, Drew Egloff, and Rich Church of Refuge.

Sub­mit­ted by EUMC

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The Engle­wood United Methodist Church Music Min­istry 2014–2015 Con­cert Series kicks off the church’s cen­ten­nial sea­son with “Pump­kins, Pipes, and Pan­de­mo­nium” in the sanc­tu­ary at 700 E. Dear­born St.

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