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Plus, Mote's sea turtle hospital receives a grant to help turtles with tumors and Arts Advocates awards $20,000 in scholarships to 10 students.
Within a week of completing the training, at least two of the graduates had started new jobs.
Mason Ayres has served in the role since 2016.
Net sales in the first quarter totaled $359 million, an increase of 32 percent.
The projects will modify various intersections throughout the corridors that encompass neighborhoods that have been traditionally underserved.
The total includes $2.5 million to All Faiths Food Bank to help expand its capacity to screen children and families for food insecurity.
The program is federally funded through the Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act and focused on substance exposed/affected newborns and their families.
CareerEdge was nominated for the award because of the work done with Suncoast Technical College on its Tiny Home project.
The outdoor space help create experiences essential to the healing of mind, body and spirit for children and adults after losing a loved one.
More than 386,000 passengers traveled through the airport in April, a 31 percent increase year-over-year.
Sara Robinson will be responsible for creating and implementing innovative development programs for the campaign to build a new Sarasota Performing Arts Center.
The national distinction recognizes the hospital for its achievements in protecting hospitalized patients from medical errors and preventable harm.
The flexible funding will support the organization’s operations, programming, and scholarships for club members.
In her new role, Post will launch and lead all philanthropic efforts by the foundation.
The funding will support several community programs through the Laurel Civic Agency.
Alexander and Rachel Ploss are newest members of the foundation's fellows program.
Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with media representatives through interactive panel discussions, pitch moments, and booth visits.
Smith previously served as director of rapid rehousing for the JCFS of the Suncoast.
The funds support the Alfred R. Goldstein Library and student scholarships.
The awards luncheon recognizes leading local member businesses in nine categories, including a new Minority Business Award.