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The 12-month activity through October 2022 totals 3,779,254 passengers, which is a 39 percent increase over the same period last year.
Plus, more grants and donations from local organizations.
Plus, Ringling College Library Association hires Lauren Kurnov as executive director and Project Pride SRQ and Sarasota Pride merge.
Plus, Sarasota Art Museum names a new senior curator and Gov. Ron DeSantis makes two local judicial appointments.
The Season of Sharing fund offers residents one-time financial assistance for basic living expenses.
Plus, Caldwell Trust held a grand opening for its new downtown Sarasota office and Visit Sarasota County hires new marketing staff.
Plus, Ringling College receives a strategic partnership grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.
Plus, JFCS of the Suncoast hires a new president and CEO and Manatee County Schools superintendent Cynthia Saunders announces her retirement.
Plus, grants from the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation and the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.
Plus, Sarasota County hires a new fire chief and La Musica names pianist and educator Wu Han its new artistic director.
The center, located on State Street, is an extension of Gulf Coast's Venice HQ.
Plus, ALSO Youth begins construction on an expanded Manatee County space funded by the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation.
Plus, 40 Sarasota County students are named National Merit finalists and a new Brazilian jiu jitsu facility is set to open in Lakewood Ranch.
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Poke Ballers Mart caters to people of all ages who are obsessed with Pokémon cards, games and shows.
Plus, The Sarasota Ballet names a new chief strategy and advancement officer and All Faiths Food Bank hires a new CFO.
Plus, the Barancik Foundation awards a $1 million grant to Safe Children Coalition and more.
The project will create print, video and audio content for syndication to more than a dozen news outlets across the Gulf Coast.
Plus, the Education Foundation of Sarasota is awarded a $15,000 grant from Bank of America and more.
Plus, Suncoast Waterkeeper hires Dr. Abbey Tyrna as its new executive director and Beth Graves is named marketing and communications director at WBTT.
The property is a birding hotspot, and a portion of the land is part of the largest floodplain marsh in the Myakka River basin, called Tatum Sawgrass Marsh.