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Lyft, St. Lucie County Partner to Assist the Transportation Disadvantaged

  ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S., and St. Lucie County have joined forces to provide transportation services for residents enrolled in the county’s Direct Connect Program for the Transportation Disadvantaged.  The new transportation initiative provides

Group Meeting- To Work Towards Creating Housing Options For Adults With Disabilities

There is a group working to create housing option for adults with disabilities.  Here in Palm Beach County, we have very few options.  There is a meeting on January 22nd in Palm Beach Gardens.  I will be going.  It would be great if some of you who are interested could attend as well. Here is the

CareerSource Job Fair- All Welcome With Priority Of Service: Veterans & Person Disabilities

CareerSource Palm Beach County is hosting Project Impact, a hiring event designed to connect persons with disabilities with employers looking to fill open positions. The event is open to all job seekers, and we are offering Priority of Service to clients with disabilities and veterans. The event

Free Kids Food & Snack Boxes For The Holiday Break

FREE Kids Food & Snack Boxes for Holiday Break  WHO FOR: Children, teenagers & anyone likely to suffer hunger over 2 weeks  during Winter Break (away from school meals) WHO FROM: South Florida Hunger Coalition with Living Hungry, Restoration Bridge, Farmshare & Nonprofits First WHAT IS IT:

Aids Memorial Quilt on View Till December 12

      The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt is the largest piece of folk art in the world. Consisting of nearly 50,000 12-foot-square panels, it displays the names of those we

St. Lucie County Reminds Residents That Unsupervised Tethering of Animals Is Prohibited

  ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners reminds pet owners that there is an ordinance in place prohibiting animals from being “tethered” outside without supervision.  Two years ago, Commissioners approved a variety of changes to the county’s Animal