The $3 million, 23,437-square-foot project accommodates the company's growth and allows for further expansion.
According to Manatee County Schools, more than 60 percent of Manatee County students qualify for the federal Free and Reduced Lunch program.
In addition to its new officers, the organization elected eight new board members.
Dr. Sara Simmons was one of three speakers, including USRowing CEO Patrick McNerney and a senior student-athlete.
One of the six nominees will take the seat vacated by the Hon. Douglas Henderson.
The 1,920-square-foot showroom is located in the company's Hialeah manufacturing facility.
The hospital will offer a full array of medical and surgical care.
The grant will help support the economic mobility of Sarasota-Manatee residents.
The museum will show Ai Weiwei's film "Human Flow," about human migration and the refugee crisis.
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Mark and Cindy Pentecost, founders of It Works!, were the donors.
It's one of nine master-planned communities in Florida to be recognized this year.
The organization has also welcomed four new board members.
Since 1997, the foundation and its donors have invested more than $8 million in deserving students through scholarships.
She brings with her more than 13 years of experience in fundraising, donor cultivation, stewardship, marketing and public speaking.
The program is designed to help participants better understand the organization's mission and get involved in community outreach.
Casey Allen, Shane LaMay, Cole Mears and Shirley Quinlan have joined the architectural firm.
Knight will not seek re-election after his current term ends in January 2021.
Mary Jo Heider is an experienced fundraising professional.
The popular event was founded in 1986; the most recent one was held in 2009.