Vero Beach Magazine - November 2011

A Date With The SEALs

Visitors will discover several new attractions at “Muster XXVI,” the annual SEALs event to be held this Veterans Day weekend at the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce.

SAC Hosts Back To School Bash

September 10: Master hypnotist and internationally known magician Gary Roberts entertained children and adults at the Substance Awareness Council of Indian River County’s Back to School Bash at the Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center.

Global To The Rescue

Peter R. Tyson Inc., a marine and aviation insurance company, recently began offering Global Rescue, a crisis response for medical and security needs anywhere in the world.

Healthy Start New Executive Director

Rebecca Russell-Gootee has been appointed the new executive director of Indian River Healthy Start Coalition. She is responsible for developing a strategic plan for fundraising, as well as expanding the board of directors, creating advisory committees and enhancing the core support group.

Spreading The Magic Of Music

Penny Odiorne can’t wait for the evening of November 20. Circled in red on her calendar the date marks the Indian River Symphonic Association’s season-opening concert. The woman who spearheaded the drive to bring quality symphonic performances to the community 17 years ago wouldn’t miss it for the world.

New Hope For Haiti

As twilight descends on the Haitian border village of Tilori, a number of weary residents who have toiled since dawn on a reforestation project designed to sustain the production of food, fuel and building materials, were smiling, knowing their efforts will lead to a better future for themselves and inspire other communities to follow their lead.

A Symphony of Shapes

In a brilliant blend of circles, dots and lines – straight, curved or quirky – Beatriz Milhazes’ favorite colors leap to life, forming the spirited patterns that captivate her viewers.