Santa to attend next Yappy Hour event at Fathom’s Restaurant
The Cape Coral Animal Shelter and Fathom’s Restaurant invite the public to a special event Nov. 25, from 5-7 p.m., for the monthly Yappy Hour. This is an opportunity for the community and their pets to begin the holiday fun and enjoy an evening of outdoor entertainment. Photos with Santa will be available to commemorate the evening for a minimal donation.
Fathom’s Restaurant and Bar will be providing beer and wine and the nonprofit organization will receive all proceeds to help fund the building of a shelter for pets in need. The evening festivities will also feature live music provided by the band Remedy.
Yappy Hour is an ongoing event held the last Friday of the month. Each month will focus on a different theme to be enjoyed by attendees with their pets.
Fathom’s Restaurant and Bar, located at 5785 Cape Harbour Drive, Cape Coral, is a casual all-day restaurant and serves international cuisine with authentic flavors.
The Cape Coral Animal Shelter is currently raising funds to create a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter. The shelter will provide a safe place where animals will receive the care they need and remain until they are placed in a qualified, forever home. More information on the Shelter can be found at “http://www.capecoralanimalshelter.com”>www.capecoralanimalshelter.com.
Harbor Shores Realty & Property Management opens in Cape
Harbour Shores Realty & Property Management has opened at 1222 S.E. 47th Terrace, suite 201, Cape Coral. The real estate and property management office is open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.
According to broker/owner Patrick Quinlan, “From renters looking for a nice place to live, to the real estate investors who want to get more out of their investments, we serve the needs of our clients and look out for their best interests in everything we do.”
The real estate team at Harbor Shores Realty & Property Management, which has been working in the Southwest Florida market since 2005, works with renters, real estate clients and investors throughout Southwest Florida, including Cape Coral, Lee Island Coast, Fort Myers Beach, Estero, Naples and all of Lee and Charlotte counties.
For additional information, call 239-565-1556.
Bealls Stores supports Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program
For the third year, Bealls Stores has partnered with The Salvation Army during the annual “Angel Tree” program, designed to help struggling families provide Christmas presents for their children. Customers can donate new, unwrapped toys to any of the Bealls Store locations throughout Florida through Dec. 10.
Two local Bealls Stores are located at 2301 Del Prado Blvd., in the Coralwood Shopping Center in Cape Coral (239-574-3373) and 3071 N.E. Pine Island Road, North Fort Myers (239-652-0165).
To learn more about The Salvation Army “Angel Tree” program, and how to get involved, contact Julia Showers, Program Director for The Salvation Army of Manatee County at 941-748-5110 or Julia.Showers@uss.salvationarmy.org.
To learn more about Bealls Florida, contact Karen Filips, Bealls Stores Inc. director of marketing and media, at 941-744-4262 or KarenF@beallsinc.com.
Lee BIA Builders Care moves headquarters to new location
Lee BIA Builders Care, the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association, recently announced it has relocated its headquarters to an expanded office space located at 6835 International Center Blvd., Suite 4, in Fort Myers. The new office provides adequate space for Lee BIA Builders Care and BIA staff, allowing both organizations to work simultaneously to better serve communities throughout Southwest Florida.
The new headquarters includes a large conference room and a variety of meeting spaces for association events. The office space also includes enhanced storage in an adjacent space to accommodate material donations for Builders Care’s efforts, allowing the organization to better serve its applicants with emergency home repair and renovation services.
Lee BIA Builders Care is the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association. Its mission is to provide emergency home repairs and construction services to elderly, disabled and economically disadvantaged people who are unable to obtain home repairs through traditional means. To date, Lee BIA Builders Care has put more than $4.25 million in construction services back into the community at no cost to homeowners in need. Donations can be made online at www.LeeBuildersCare.org. More information is available by calling 239-938-0056.
Pediatric Dentistry of Florida, Dr. Tim Verwest, DMD & Associates giving away Thanksgiving turkeys
Pediatric Dentistry of Florida, Dr. Tim Verwest, DMD & Associates is giving away one Thanksgiving turkey to 25 different families in Southwest Florida. Like and share Pediatric Dentistry of Florida Facebook page www.facebook.com/drverwest and hashtag #TurkeyGiveaway for a chance to win.
Winners will be selected on Tuesday, Nov. 21. All winners will be given 24-hours to claim their turkeys. If turkeys go unclaimed another winner will be selected – ne winner per family.
Pediatric Dentistry of Florida, Dr. Tim Verwest, DMD & Associates continues to provide pediatric dental care to children for over 25 years. Areas of service include comprehensive dental exams, cleanings, composite fillings, dental hygiene education, extractions, fluoride treatments, sealants, sedation dentistry, space maintainers, x-rays and tooth nerve treatment.
For information, visit www.DrVerwest.com or (239) 482-2722.