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By Staff | Apr 16, 2019


Sanibel Captiva Trust Company Executive Vice Presidents Steve Greenstein, left, and Robin Cook with Mastersingers President Anthony Contino.

SanCap Trust award presented

The final Fort Myers Symphonic Mastersingers concert of the season was held on April 5 at the First Presbyterian Church of Bonita Springs, where Dr. Zack Stanton was awarded the inaugural Sanibel Captiva Trust Company Prize in Choral Composition.

Over 200 entries were submitted nationwide and Stanton’s work, “Before You Kissed Me (text by poet Sara Teasdale),” was chosen as the winner by Artistic Director Jeff Faux.

Presenting the award was Executive Vice President Steve Greenstein, who also presented a $750 prize to Stanton.

Macaroons still available

Those looking for myMacs by Susan Hecht, of Macarooned, can still get their hands on them.

While unable to do the farmer’s market this year, she has still been baking and selling her macaroons.

Her myMacs are gluten and preservative-free and are made using all kosher ingredients. The almond paste is shipped from California, where she had her first bakery before retiring to Sanibel in 2017.

Available in four flavors – original, chocolate bottomed original, fudgy chocolate and fudgy chocolate dipped in dark chocolate – they come in 9-ounce bags and 2-ounce individually wrapped packages.

For more information or to place an order, visit Macarooned.com or contact susan@macarooned.com or call 239-674-6556.