It hadn’t crossed my mind to stay on the “other side” of the island (even though Key West is only 2-by-4 miles) until I heard about 24 North Hotel.
Treasure Coast resident Omar Shareef, 16, has created prototypes for a glove and eyeglasses that will be used to assist the blind.
Bryan Wright, former college running back, reunites with coach Mike Barwis, current owner of a local training facility.
From the church elders of the ’60s to the teaching parents of today, the Samaritan Center for Young Boys & Families guides the next generation of young men.
Giving is like yawning; both require a big stretch of oneself, and they are super contagious. It’s impressive for a place like the Treasure Coast, which is known for its seasonal residents, transplants and vacationers, to also be hugely dedicated to the local community. Martin and St. Lucie counties are widely known and revered for the generosity of their residents. Whether through volunteer hours or fiscal resources, one of the greatest gifts of the area is the spirit of its people. And though there are thousands of stories of giving to share, the following three reflect the creativity and capacity for caring and giving that makes the area legendary.
Patrick Stracuzzi is a household name on the Treasure Coast, but not only for his work in real estate. He’s also a major player in local philanthropy.
According to recent data, the average number of days before a listed home goes under contract is 44 on the Treasure Coast. If your home has been listed longer, you may be wondering why you aren’t yet under contract. Typically, it boils down to three possible reasons.
Lisa, 33, works as a marketing liaison at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital at Martin Health, and Jason, 36, is a district sales manager at DPS Home Health.
Head to Kai-Kai Farm on Oct. 4 for Young Professionals of Martin County’s “Mix & Mingle” to taste appetizers prepared on-site by chef Rachel Osborne.
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