BY MARCY SHORTUSE - Boca Grande Health Clinic patients have a whole new electronic wealth of information at their fingertips, thanks to a program called “Patient Portal.” It is live and ready to be used now, all you have to do is sign up with the clinic.
Local Englewood Cats have strong ties to Boca Grande. Pictures above (left to right) are Brendan Shuman (grandson of Bobby Miller, owner of Grande Aire), Brayden Curry (son of Jamie Curry, Real Estate closer at Berntsson, Ittersagen, Gunderson, & Wideikis, LLP), Coach Justin Davis (business owner of Grande Tarpon Home Services) Griffin Harrar (son of Steve Harrar, assistant coach and employed by McHugh Porter Builders, Inc.) and Travis Pringle (son of Jeff, owner of Gulf Coast Tree Service, and Bonnie Pringle, executive director of GIWA).
BY MARCY SHORTUSE - Dr. Aaron Adams is a self-proclaimed fish geek. There was never a time when he questioned what he wanted to be when he grew up as a child, because fishing and water activities were always his passion.
He was, as he said, “doomed from the start” to spend his career studying marine life.
STAFF REPORT - Team Hudson’s Grocery is again fundraising for Boca Grande’s Relay For Life event. They will be having a bake sale in the park next to Hudsons on Sunday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Help support them as they begin their fundraising campaign for a great event.
Their baked goods are divine!
STAFF REPORT - The Friends of The Boca Grande Community Center invite you to another season of National Theatre Live. The first performance in the Community Center Auditorium wil be on Monday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.
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