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Drew Mello talks with Lou Tomasovic, president of the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation.

The foundation will offer one week beginner sailing classes for young people age seven through eighteen beginning on June 6, through August 1 at at Jaycee Park in Fort Pierce.

For more information on the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation call 772-480-0654 or click here:

The Tropics Are Active

May 27, 2016

It's not yet hurricane season, forecasters are watching a system in the Bahamas.

Pets are not allowed at shelter run by the American Red Cross.  In Martin County you can register for your pet to go to the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast but you do need to preregister.  You can find them on the web by clicking  HERE

  

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On May 25th in the year AD 735 – that’s over 1200 years ago - Baeda, the Venerable Bede, died. He was an English monk who in the 8th Century was the first person we know of to have written scholarly works in the English language. He also wrote De Natura Rerum, which was a collection of works on geography and astronomy, much of it preserved knowledge from Greek civilization, but also knowledge gained by observation and deduction.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on May 22nd, 1859. He was, of course, the creator of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, one of my favorites. It bothers, me, though, that Holmes didn’t know anything about astronomy, nor did he care. When Dr. Watson informed him, for instance, that the earth orbited the sun, he replied, “What… is it to me? You say we go round the sun.

It's important to preregister for you county's special needs shelter.  Find out more about the shelter in your area by clicking below.

Palm Beach County-561-712-6400

Martin County-772-287-1652

St. Lucie County- 772-462-8100

Lightning safety tips

May 23, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about lightning.  Yes, it’s that time of year again.  Florida is the lightning capital of the U.S., with more deaths each year than any other state.  The most dangerous months are June, July and August.  Around here, morning is the most dangerous time of day.  Rain-filled clouds pushed by westerly winds, pile up above us.  When it thunders, remember these safety tips: Avoid open high ground and isolated tall trees.  Stay away from bodies of water – the ocean, the Lagoon, lakes, even swimming pools.  Seek shelter inside a building or hard-to

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