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“An Orchid Taken To Wing”

“An Orchid Taken To Wing”

Wildlife biologist Dr. Jerry Lorenz has monitored an alarming decline in the numbers of roseate spoonbills nesting in Florida Bay, which was once home to more of the birds than anywhere else in the state.

February 2017
A Beacon Anchored By The River

A Beacon Anchored By The River

Not only does Quail’s newest member-guest venue pay homage to its waterfront location with first-class architectural and design details, it evokes a sense of permanence.

February 2017
Child's Play

Child's Play

In early 2016, one of the board members endowed the McKee Botanical Garden with funds to design the plans for a Children’s Garden.

February 2017
Car Talk

Car Talk

There are 53 members in the club, many prominent in their profession in Vero Beach and around the country.

February 2017
From Ordinary To Extraordinary

From Ordinary To Extraordinary

Lisa DeFrances can’t help but smile as images of a recent residential redo scroll across her iPad screen. “Timeless” best describes the custom look she and her design team created. “Gracious,” “serene” and “comfortable” also fit. Yet those adjectives definitely didn’t apply to what the award-winning interior designer saw when she first stepped inside the beachside residence.

February 2017
You Don’t Have To Walk The Road Alone

You Don’t Have To Walk The Road Alone

The community support programs of the Alzheimer & Parkinson Association of Indian River County offer a lifeline to those in need.

February 2017
Grand Slam

Grand Slam

In Vero Beach numerous venues offer duplicate bridge. Yet a growing number of players flock daily to the Vero Beach Bridge Center, a converted bowling alley on 14th Avenue just south of downtown.

February 2017
Join The Crew

Join The Crew

The long-hoped-for Community Rowing Center is finally going to become a reality, a place where young and old will have an opportunity to experience the sport that members say has enhanced their lives.

January 2017
The Sentinels

The Sentinels

The Florida scrub-jay is on the 2016 State of North America’s Birds’ Watch List, which includes bird species that are most at risk of extinction without significant conservation actions to reverse declines and reduce threats.

January 2017
Taking Wing

Taking Wing

Eli Patel's, along with Windsor and Disney's goal, is to work with a variety of organizations and private landowners to develop butterfly gardens and begin to introduce species back where appropriate.

January 2017
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