A Story Of Three Bills

At 6366 20th Street in Vero Beach, there is a century-old safe that has endured two fires, a two-story fall and a 1,300-mile move. The safe sits in the back room of Bill’s TV, and it tells a fraction of the story of the Kaser family, who have been residents of Indian River County for over half a century.

From The Ashes, A Center Reborn

Before the intense fire was brought under control, the Wet Lab, a classroom and a second building that housed bathroom facilities, were totally consumed – a total of 4,500 square feet of space and half of the ELC’s structures.