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Play for P.I.N.K. raises over $47,000 for research

It was a picture perfect morning on March 26 at the Dunes Golf and Tennis Club as 68 golfers dressed in pink teed-off in the Dunes Women’s Golf Association’s Play for P.I.N.K. tournament. Although half the field of previous years due to COVID safety policies, the generosity of the local business community and individuals made the event a success, organizers reported. The winning teams are: Ed Ciskowski, Brad Byers, Paul Munns and Maynard Luterman in the men’s division; Joni Luterman, Gay Nichols, Maureen O’Brien, and Maureen Saage in the women’s division; and Kevin and Joie ...

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Virtual Southwest Florida Reading Festival to kick off

The 22nd annual Southwest Florida Reading Festival in March will be a month-long, fully virtual celebration of the power of reading brought to the community by the Lee County Library System. Nearly 30 acclaimed authors will provide nightly programming on March 1-12. Other highlights include ...

Island Lifestyles

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Letters to the Editor

Protect our ecosystem

To the editor: All of us who live here know that Sanibel is a very special place. We don’t need the Tourist Development Council of Lee County to tell us this. We don’t need the Chamber of Commerce to continually promote and advertise it. We also don’t need the editors of Southern ...

Business

Noah’s Ark thrift shop reopens to shoppers

Noah’s Ark, the island thrift shop and charitable outreach program for St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church, reopened to customers on April 5 with limited occupancy. The showroom will be limited to 20 customers at a time, socially distanced, with masks required. To enhance the ...