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Our Brazilian Connection – The Purple Martin

Our Brazilian Connection – The Purple Martin

Introducing the purple martin, the largest of the North American swallows that migrates here not from the north to escape winter’s harsh conditions but from the south­.

March 2017
Dream Big

Dream Big

Washington Speakers Bureau grew to become the world’s largest and still is today with annual revenues over $150 million and some 3,000 speaker events each year.

March 2017
Larry Kagan Shadow & Light

Larry Kagan Shadow & Light

While Kagan’s 16 abstract steel sculptures mounted on the walls of the museum’s Titelman Gallery have an intrinsic beauty all their own, it’s when special lighting shines on them, casting shadows of recognizable images, that the magic happens.

March 2017
The Galloping Game

The Galloping Game

The camaraderie of the game is a big part of what makes it so enjoyable, attracting area polo families as well as crowds of curious spectators arriving with lavish picnic baskets and bottles of champagne to enjoy the thrill of “the fastest game on four feet.”

March 2017
On A Mission To Make A Difference

On A Mission To Make A Difference

A series of serendipitous events and the help from online strangers launched Roberts' humanitarian aid trip to Greece.

March 2017
Embracing The Past, Present & Future

Embracing The Past, Present & Future

Since it was built in 1995, the Golf Club has been the social hub for members, the majority golf enthusiasts who let it be known that the existing 19th hole, a small space with limited amenities, needed major improvement.

March 2017
Inspired Images

Inspired Images

The Indian River Photo Club presents the winners of its annual juried competition

March 2017
“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
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