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Lee County celebrates Conservation 20/20 milestone

March 18, 2020 When Lee County launched the Conservation 20/20 land acquisition program in 1996, few thought that it would eventually come to acquire more than 30,000 acres for residents to enjoy and animals to... more »»

Benefits of body work through massage

March 18, 2020 It was only a few decades ago the health benefits of exercise were discovered and popularized in the U.. more »»

Urgent! All Vote-by-Mail ballots must be received in the Main Office of the Lee County Supervisor of Elections by 7 p.m. today

March 17, 2020 Despite information shared at some U.S. Post Office locations today, Vote-by-Mail ballots cannot be dropped in the mail. more »»

Bokeelia Art Gallery

March 11, 2020 On an island filled with artists who express themselves in varying shapes and mediums, it's not a surprise that there would be different galleries showcasing them. more »»

Pine Island F.I.S.H quietly swimming against the tide

March 11, 2020 Fellow Islanders Sending Help is no misnomer, on an island that seems motivated by a desire to lift all boats with the rising tide. Although F.I.S.. more »»

Spotlight on Grown up Islanders: Joe Williamson

March 11, 2020 Joe Williamson's grandparents were dairy farmers by trade. They had seven children who would get up before sunrise to milk cows before heading off to school, and then come home and milk them again. more »»

Commission candidates Dreikorn, Ruane address GPICA

March 11, 2020 After the call to order and Pledge of allegiance of the Greater Pine Island Civic Association meeting, an announcement of elected officers, from the Feb. more »»

Mormino to discuss 10 foods that define Florida

March 11, 2020 Award-winning historian and author Gary Mormino, Ph.D., is coming to Pine Island today, March 11, to talk about 10 foods that define Florida. more »»

Kids Tag Art program winners recognized

March 11, 2020 Fifth grade students in the Lee County School District recently were recognized as Award of Distinction winners for their license plate designs. more »»

CLT holds 22nd annual Duck Race in St. James City

March 11, 2020 The Calusa Land Trust held its 22nd annual Duck Race in St. James City on Saturday, where wall-to-wall people attended the fundraiser at the Low Key Tiki. more »»

Fish-Tale Marina’s a ‘special’ Fort Myers Beach location

March 11, 2020 Fish-Tale is a full-service marina, and that’s literal. Visitors to the establishment on Fort Myers Beach can boat up and park for an hour, or a day, or week — or even longer. more »»

Public invited to give input on Phillips Park pickleball courts

March 5, 2020   Lee County Parks & Recreation is inviting the public to provide input on proposed pickleball courts at Phillips Park during an upcoming open house. more »»

Brother-sister team make Little Lilly's Island Deli a big hit

March 4, 2020 In 2008, Robin Lilly took over the island's only deli. She says her brother, Matt Romejko, had been thinking of leaving Pennsyl-vania for years before coming dow. more »»

MOTI — Jewel of Pine Island celebrates 30 years

March 4, 2020 The Museum Of the Islands is celebrating 30 years in operation in 2020, and an anniversary, re-dedication and ribbon-cutting event will be held Saturday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.. more »»

Spotlight on Grown up Islanders: Doug Flowerree

March 4, 2020 Although gone for several years in between, Doug Flowerree spent a great deal of his childhood on Pine Island, and then made his way back 20years ago. more »»

GPIWA holds 55th annual meeting

March 4, 2020 The Greater Pine Island Water Association had its 55th annual board meeting on Feb. 2. more »»

Fair starts strong despite cold weather

March 4, 2020 If anyone was worried that cold weather would put a chill on opening weekend attendance, numbers at the 96th Southwest Florida Lee County Fair for the first few nights, showed little impact. more »»

Mel Meo opens gallery at PICC

February 26, 2020 From the local fire station to Bert's Bar and Pinebay Gallery, Mel Meo's fingerprints are all over Pine Island. Every artist dreams of having his or her own gallery and Meo is no differen. more »»

Murder Mystery Dinner gains popularity

February 26, 2020 A sell-out crowd of over 200 guests attended St. John’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, “A Taste for Wine and Murder,” on Feb. 6, 7, 8 and 9. more »»

Spotlight On Grown Up Islanders: Rob Wells III

February 26, 2020 Rob Wells's parents fell in love with Cabbage Key and moved to the island in the 1970s. more »»

 
 

 

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