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The Gospel Choir of the Mt. Olive AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church at 2754 Orange Street, Ft. Myers, FL presented a PRAISIN’ & STRUTTIN’ service and celebration to a well- attended audience of worshippers on Sunday, January 27th.
Melvin Morgan, a life-long resident and community leader of Lee County, had the distinct pleasure of having a building named in her honor on Tuesday, Jan 29th in the meeting room of the Lee County Commissioners.
With a special focus on Christ, Reading, Math, Science, and Performing Arts-When you’re ready for MORE-The newly renovated Dew of Hermon Early Learning Center is the best place for you and your child!
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Charles Pennington is one of the most caring, compassionate volunteers who go out of his way to rework his own personal schedule to fit his client’s appointments and needs.
The Fort Myers Police Department in cooperation with Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is offering an enhanced financial reward for information leading to the arrests and convictions of some of the City's most violent, repeat, offenders.
Faith and community leaders from across the country are working with the Center for
Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the United States Department of Justice
and the White House Office for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships on a wide
variety of issues.
Thursday, January 31, 2013, the Dr. Carrie Robinson Center on Edison Avenue was the
host site for a Ft. Myers Faith-Based and Police Leaders workshop. More than 60 clergy,
police officers and community leaders attended the workshop that was facilitated
by Eugene Schneeberg, Director, US DOJ Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships.
Dr. Ternae Jordan, Founder of Stop The Madness, Inc., Senior Pastor of Mt. Canaan
Baptist Church and Fort Wayne, Indiana Police Chief Russell York were keynote speakers.
Workshop sessions covered the Success and Challenges of Clergy & Police Leaders;
Working Together with a Common Purpose and Putting It Into Practice. Mr. Schneeberg
promised the Department of Justice will be available to assist in any way it can
as the community moves forward. The 21st Century Collaboration will hosted a follow
up meeting with Clergy, Faith-Based and FMPD officials, Thursday, February 14, 2013.
Several longtime volunteer drivers have had to limit their driving or end it due to health issues. If you have a caring heart and a willingness to provide transportation for a senior neighbor, we need you more than ever. We are in need of 20 additional drivers this year.