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Community Connection: A lot doing and a lot coming up

Hello, North Fort Myers. It’s so good to be able to give you the latest. There is a lot doing and a lot coming up: -- Ellsworth Heating & Cooling has presented three free AC units as part of its 18th annual Christmas in July giveaway. The winners are the Amerman family, which ...

At the Library

The Lee County Library System is hosting free virtual programs for all ages during September. Registration is required for some programs. For more information on each event, visit the library calendar of events at www.leelibrary.net/event. The North Fort Myers Public Library is at 2001 N. ...

The Rec Center

The North Fort Myers Recreational Center offers a wealth of activities for youths and adults. September schedule F=Front Gym B=Back Gym Free with membership unless noted with a $ Monday Pickleball 7-9:30 a.m. and noon-1:30 p.m. (F) Pickleball 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (B) Jazzercise ...

Lake O toxic water releases: Speak out!

To the editor: In a recent edition of The Breeze, Ellen Starbird was good enough to sound the alarm with regard to toxic water releases from Lake Okeechobee. This is of great concern to those of us who care about our environment, our health, our property values and our ability to earn income. ...

Advocate — and vote — for clean water

To the editor: It was good to see the Chamber of Commerce weigh in on the side of clean water for St. Lucie River and estuary in last week’s Breeze. Lee County Commissioner Kevin Ruane and Donna Germain of the chamber both suggested further email support for clean water be directed to the ...

Debacle in Afghanistan

To the editor: To better understand President Joe Biden being completely responsible for the present debacle in Afghanistan, we have to review his decisions. There were classified assessments by American spy agencies over the summer painting a grim picture of the prospect of a Taliban ...

It’s our fight

In neighboring Cape Coral, Councilmember Jessica Cosden reached out to the community this week with a message from the heart: As the pandemic continues, please stay vigilant when it comes to protecting yourself and others. The elected official tested positive for COVID-19 late last week after ...