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Brevard Zoo Aquarium Will Answer the Call for Marine Conservation, Promote Education and Economy

THE EAST COAST ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY’s future second campus, situated on 14 acres along the shoreline of the Banana River in Port Canaveral, will leverage the beauty and benefits of natural Florida in an indoor/outdoor visitor experience. Brevard Zoo is living proof that bold ideas – shared among a community and paired with action – can create extraordinary results. […]

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Educators, Community Leaders and Families Break Bread During Temple Terrace Boys and Girls Club Thanksgiving Feast

Educators, community leaders, and families broke bread together for the fifth straight Temple Terrace Boys and Girls Club Thanksgiving feast in Melbourne. School Board Chairman Matt Susin, above, Brevard Home Builders and Contractors Association Director John Thomas, and a host of various local companies sponsored turkey dinners and all the sides for the parents and children who live in the Temple Terrace community. […]

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WATCH: Dr. John Potomski’s 32nd Brevard County Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Symposium Big Success

The 32nd Brevard County Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Symposium is set for Nov. 16 at the Melbourne Hilton and is presented by the Brevard County Medical Directors Association. Brevard County Medical Directors Association President John H. Potomski, Jr., D.O., CMD, who created the event, has been a medical provider for residents in Brevard County’s rehabilitation and nursing centers, as well as assisted living facilities for more than 39 years. […]

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Timothy M. Antonition: Americans Will Bear the Cost of the Credit Card Competition Act

Consumers across the country already feel the cost of inflation, whether they are at the grocery store or at the gas station. Here in Florida, many families and businesses are working to recover from the devastating impacts of Hurricane Ian. Yet, Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Roger Marshall (R-KS) are still pushing for legislation that would change our payment systems for the worse, harming Floridians. […]