This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the designation of the old Dodgers spring training site in Vero Beach as a Florida Heritage Landmark. A Historical Marker was unveiled at what was Dodgertown and is now called Historic Dodgertown. Among those participating was Historic Dodgertown Chairman Peter O’Mally, whose family owned the Brooklyn Dodgers when the team opened the facility in 1948. The Dodgers – later the Los Angeles Dodgers -- stayed until 2008 and then moved to Arizona.
This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about a man named Kight – k-i-g-h-t -- whose name lives on at Indian River State College. Alonzo Barnard Kight, a longtime resident of Palm City, died September 12th at the age of 99.
Drew Mello talks with Marlene Filer, co-founder and president of Celebrities Fore Kids, a non-profit organization that provides financial support to South Florida families who have children battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
CFK’s 14th Annual Golf Classic will take place at The Bear’s Club in Jupiter on Sunday, November 30, and Monday, December 1.
Army Ranger Master Sergeant Leroy Petry retired just a few months ago. He – like many of the student veterans in the audience – is taking on a new mission – college – starting a business – and spending more time with family.