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SUMMER 2018 ONLINE EDITION

SUMMER 2018
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splash pad
Lots of cool things to do

The city provides an amazing array of things to do during the summer.


 
C-23 Canal
Providing drinkable water for the future

As the shovels dug into the earth before a crowd at McCarty Ranch Preserve in December, the first part of a long-held dream kicked in.


 
cyclists on Floresta
Floresta corridor getting makeover

Steven Cook plays with his kids behind thick hedges in his backyard. The three youngsters are forbidden to go out in the front unless a parent has them by the hand. Their front door is kept securely locked.


 
Tradition Center for Innovation
Promising progress at Tradition Commerce Center

Where thousands of citrus trees once produced the juicy oranges and grapefruit for which the Treasure Coast is known, thousands of jobs will eventually sprout in Port St. Lucie.


 
living room
Plenty of room for three generations

A seemingly endless journey to find the right design for Judie S. Budnick’s perfect home ended when a butterfly flew in front of her while she was looking at blueprints.


 
Freedom Fest
Kudos to Port St. Lucie!

Once again it has earned the distinction of being named to lists ranking it as one of the greatest places to live in this country.


 
Clayton Carlton Humphries
The RANCHER

Whether he’s on horseback or behind the wheel, Clay Humphries loves working his family’s ranch and says agriculture needs a balanced voice that can bring various factions to mutual understanding for the good of the state.


 
Sean Boyle, executive director of the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County
The CHILD ADVOCATE

When Sean Boyle and his wife, Jacque, took a leap of faith and moved to South Florida from snowy Chicago in 1997, he had no idea where he would end up working.


 
Andy Royo
The RECORD STORE OWNER

Walk into Sounds Good Music on any given day and owner Andy Royo will ask, “What do you want to listen to? We’ve got a pretty infinite collection.”


 
Freedom Fest
Things to do

Upcoming events June – October, 2018