Vero Communiqué Receives “Unrestricted” Contribution from Joy Street Foundation to Recognize its’ Young Authors Program.

Warren S. Kimber Jr. Warren “Kim” Kimber, Jr. and his wife Bobbie established the Joy Street Foundation to support education at all levels. Of the Young Authors Program, Bobbie Kimber, Foundation Trustee,  said "we’ve never seen one like this. It is so new.” “The Foundation wants to recognize what you’ve done and become the first, … Continue reading Vero Communiqué Receives “Unrestricted” Contribution from Joy Street Foundation to Recognize its’ Young Authors Program.

I am a Fifth Grader and Here Are My Concerns About School Safety.

By: Areana M. Neil [This article was submitted several months to Mr. Adam Neil, Editor, TCPalm/Treasure Coast Newspapers.  With no response at all, even though Areana sent it herself in a hand written envelope with a cover letter, we are publishing it here.] It was after many school shootings, schools have decided to improve their … Continue reading I am a Fifth Grader and Here Are My Concerns About School Safety.

Emma Cahill: Poems! Words and Rhythm!

Carly and Emma Emma Cahill is in Fifth grade at Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL.  She is a Gold Gymnast, speed skater and a Glendale Elementary "Young Author." Did you know poetry and journalism can work together? Here is a quote that told me about it: According to Herbert Marshall McLuhan, below, a Canadian philosopher, … Continue reading Emma Cahill: Poems! Words and Rhythm!

Society of Professional Journalists Sends Representative to Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL.

  Wesley Wright, Center On March 14, 2019 Mr. Wesley Write travelled from Tallahassee to applaud and better understand the Glendale Young Authors, a group comprising six fourth an fifth graders. The group has been meeting every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon since October 2 [except holiday time] and has published three magazines; the third just … Continue reading Society of Professional Journalists Sends Representative to Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL.

Vero Beach FL’s Openly Gay Horace Gifford Led the “Modernist Transformation” of Fire Island, N.Y

Horace Gifford The injustice of Horace Gifford's early death was compounded by the fact that his important contribution to American domestic architecture of the 1960's and 70's has been overlooked by history. — Paul Goldberger, Architecture critic for Vanity Fair and author of Why Architecture Matters. Horace Gifford was born in Vero Beach in 1932 and passed away from … Continue reading Vero Beach FL’s Openly Gay Horace Gifford Led the “Modernist Transformation” of Fire Island, N.Y

How Pollution Effects Manatees in the Indian River Lagoon, FL.

Manatees Dying in Droves on Both Coasts of FL / WIRED By: Carley, Fifth Grade, Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL. Manatees in the Indian River Lagoon are dying off slowly because of the pollution. Pollution can cause harm to most animals because it makes algae and algae can kill almost all sea animals. Algae will … Continue reading How Pollution Effects Manatees in the Indian River Lagoon, FL.

United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.

The reason United Against Poverty (UP) is not a food pantry is because it challenges the system that creates hunger in the first place.  It serves those in poverty by providing an array of interconnected services in crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and … Continue reading United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.