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Due to the rabies alert in St. Lucie County, the Humane Society of St. Lucie County will have a special rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Rabies vaccinations will be given free to the first 50 animals to arrive at the event at the Humane Society’s Port St. Lucie office at 8890 Glades Cut Off Rd.After the first 50 rabies vaccinations, it will cost $10.

Drew Mello talks with Judy Cruz and Krista Garofalo with the Treasure Coast Food Bank, the largest hunger-relief organization on the Treasure Coast.

Their Great Treasure Coast Holiday Food & Fund Drive is now underway through the end of the year.

For more information on the Treasure Coast Food Bank click here:

Having trouble hearing our signal?

Dec 2, 2015

Listeners of WQCS may notice the station temporarily off the air over the next few nights. The reason for the outage is for planned maintenance to the transmitter and antenna. Outages may be  noticed during the late night to Early morning hours between 10PM and 4AM.. If WQCS's signal is off the air, you can still tune into the live stream at www.wqcs.org.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about an award to our own Gloria and Emilio Estefan for their service to the country.  They are among 17 recipients of The Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country’s highest civilian honor, bestowed last week by President Obama.  Gloria is the Cuban-American pop singing star.  Emilio is her husband and manager.  They own the Costa d’Este Resort in Vero Beach and live nearby on the ocean.  Other recipients include baseball’s Yogi Berra – posthumously, of course – and filmmaker Steven Spielberg.  It’s been a big year for the Estefans.  Glori

Homes For The Holidays

Nov 27, 2015

Drew Mello talks with Polly Pharo from the Women’s Club of Stuart.

Their 7th annual Holiday Home Tour takes place on Sunday, December 6, and will feature six beautiful Martin County homes decorated for the holidays.

For more information on the Holiday Home Tour click here:

It's Snow, Florida Style

Nov 26, 2015

It looks like snow on the ground, but it's really a flower, or a weed, called a pusley.  It's not a native plant, but it doesn't really harm anything.  You can find  out more by clicking HERE.

It's Snow, Floirda Style

Nov 26, 2015

It looks like snow on the ground, but it's really a flower, or a weed, called a pusley.  It's not a native plant, but it doesn't really harm anything.  You can find out more about the pusley by clicking  HERE.

VNA Offers The Tree Of Remembrance

Nov 24, 2015

The VNA offers a way for us to remember loved ones who aren't with us this Holiday Season.  Trees will be at the VNA's Hidden Treasures Thrift Shops in Vero Beach and Sebastian.  You can also order a remembrance ornament.  Find out more by clicking 

You can find out more about the issue by checking out the National Link Coalition by clicking HERE.

The seminar will be held Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Port St. Lucie Community Center.

Find out more abut the Pegasus Foundation by clicking HERE.

The Spay/Neuter Alliance of the Treasure Coast can be found by clicking HERE.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about megayachts.  Two of them are now docked at the Indian River Marine Terminal in the Port of Fort Pierce, north of downtown.  Maybe more will come.  The port needs the business.  Fort Lauderdale to the south is full-up with exotic vessels.  Fort Pierce has space, and labor rates are about half of what they are down there.  The first to arrive was the 212-foot “Lady Lau,” to be renamed “Double Down” by her new owner.  He bought her for $44 million.  The other is “Freedom” -- 229 feet, with eight staterooms and a helicopter pad.  Both are

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