She was known as the Queen of the Harlem Renaissance and one of the most prolific black female writers of the 20th century. She spent her final years in Fort Pierce and continues to be honored and recognized for her literary achievements.
Find out more about the Environmental Learning Center and EcoFest here.
Drew Mello talks with Kent Annan, co-director of Haiti Partners.Their mission is to help Haitians change Haiti through education.
Haiti Partners will be hosting their Educate & Celebrate fundraiser on Friday, March 8 at The Northern Trust Bank in Vero Beach to help support their work.
For more information visit: www.haitipartners.org
Marcella Bianco of the St. Lucie county Health Department outlines the dangers of so called "spit tobacco."
The crane was part of group ever reported so far South. It was rescued south of Lake Okeechobee and rehabilitated at Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Drew Mello talks with Carolyn Smith about the Seventh Annual Lundin Kudo Empty Bowls Project.
It will take place on Sunday, February, 24 at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church on Ocean Blvd., in Stuart, from 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The project honors the late ceramic artist Lundin Kudo and benefits Mary's Kitchen and the Treasure Coast Food Bank.
For more information visit: www.somanyemptybowls.blogspot.com
You can find out more at dignitymemorial.com
To sign up for the presentation to be held at the Center for Spiritual Care in Vero Beach on Saturday call Bill Brennan at 386 473 3290 or Carol Ludwig at 772 567 1233