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ROOM TO ACCOMMODATE THE HOUR OF VIRTUAL POWER
The Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a virtual October Power Hour on October 6 at noon.
The guest speaker is Jesse Lavender, Lee County Director of Parks and Recreation. He will speak about the upcoming Sanibel Causeway Erosion Control, Beautification and Enhancement Project. The county and state will share the cost of upgrades estimated at $ 8.5 million.
The chamber will send a Zoom invitation to its members to register. When they confirm their attendance, they will receive a link to the meeting.
For more information on registration, contact Landen Drake, the chamber’s communications and marketing manager at 239-472-8255 or [email protected]
KINGFISHER WELCOMES A NEW PARTNER
Kingfisher Real Estate recently announced that Sue Plein is its newest Sales Associate.
Originally from Illinois, she moved to Southwest Florida in 1979. Plein worked in the mortgage industry for years and was instrumental as a broker in construction and development loans. the South Seas Plantation at Captiva, as well as the beaches of Fort Myers Beach, Vanderbilt and Naples.
Her background and passion for the area led her to her current career as a real estate agent in 2008. She obtained the Island Specialist designation from Sanibel Captiva, as well as RSPS certification for resorts and resorts. second homes.
SCA SELECTED AS FINALIST FOR ENPY
The Sanibel Community Association was chosen as a finalist for the Business Impact Partner of the Year award for the 5th Annual Cape Coral Community Foundation ENPYs Award – Excellence in Nonprofit Performance Yearly.
The nomination reflects her commitment to supporting nonprofit organizations and surrounding communities.
The awards show will be broadcast on CTN Television and webcast on www.ctntelevision.com on October 19 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.