1. How it all started Following the face stuffing of Thanksgiving and subsequent shopping frenzy of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, a day dedicated to giving back has been added to the holiday whirl. In 2012, the Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact created #GivingTuesday. According to GivingTuesday.org, the idea was […]
Hannah White, 11, has never been to the beach. In the more than a decade that she has lived in the Navarre area with her mother Karin, she has never been able to make it down to the shoreline. Read the full article in the Mar. 15 issue of Navarre Press. Visit www.navarrepress.com/subscribe to view […]
The Navarre Area Board of Realtors (NABOR) held its annual awards ceremony and holiday luncheon Dec. 6 at the Navarre Days Inn Conference Center. Immediate Past President Mark Miller passed the gavel to Lorie Coogle. She and the new board of directors took their oath. Coogle’s brother Robbie Louhier, who is blind, performed the swearing […]
From the first public meetings regarding renovations of Navarre Park for roughly $7 million, representatives of the Starfish Project made a promise: We will help fund it. And they are keeping that promise. The Starfish Project is a non-profit organization in Navarre dedicated to offering support and connection for families with special needs children. […]
“When we embarked on the master plan for Navarre Park, I had no idea whatsoever that we would end up with a $6.5 million plan,” District 5 commissioner Lane Lynchard said during Monday’s Board of County Commissioner committee meeting in regards to the Navarre Park master plan. He and other commissioners described their reaction as […]
Sensational Friends, a local group dedicated to serving special needs families, rounded out their Summer Fun event series with a Resource Fair at the Navarre Library. The Friday event brought together representatives of more than a dozen therapy and support groups and services from the area for parents and caregivers to gain information and make […]
In a lot of ways, Kaden Cortello is like any 7-year-old boy, and that makes him extraordinary. Kaden loves dancing and music. He likes books, and his favorite food is applesauce. He adores hugs from friends and family. He attends Holley-Navarre Primary School, and for Halloween he dressed up as Captain America and as a […]
When parents are handed a diagnosis for their children, it can be a life altering moment. Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses come with unique and unimaginable challenges. Read the full article in the Feb. 2 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year.