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Striped skunk receiving supportive care at CROW

November 29, 2017 A unique patient was admitted to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife on Nov. 13 after it was found wandering alone in Cape Coral. more »»

Join SCCF for Community-Based Oyster Restoration Project

November 29, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation is seeking volunteers who would like to help them restore and enhance oyster habitat in Tarpon Bay today, as well as four dates in December. more »»

‘Elf Jr. the Musical’ to take stage Thursday

November 29, 2017 Young actors and actresses will take the stage again at the Sanibel Community House for their performance of “Elf Jr. the Musical,” starting Thursday. more »»

Sanibel resident shares experience as a Navy captain

November 29, 2017 After serving in the United States Navy for 30 years, one Sanibel resident said the experience taught her how lucky she is to be an American citizen living in the greatest country on this earth. more »»

Thanksgiving Beach Walk: Sanibel Sea School to offer free annual tradition

November 22, 2017 Join "Doc Bruce" Thanksgiving morning for a free beach walk to learn more about what washes ashore on Sanibel's beaches. more »»

Help local business fill out cards for the troops

November 22, 2017 The Billy's at Bailey's location is participating in a special project this holiday season to send some cheer to the troops serving the country. more »»

Florida’s ecosystems strained after Irma

November 22, 2017 By JESSICA SALMOND Florida's Everglades and connected ecosystems are fighting battles on all sides. more »»

Coastal Keepers to focus on water quality, ocean conservation

November 22, 2017 Coastal Keepers, a business reorganization of Solutions to Avoid Red Tide, has rebranded to focus on water quality and ocean conservation, as well as red tide. more »»

Commission approves new height limits for Resort Housing District

November 22, 2017 After much discussion, the Planning Commission approved an amendment for height limits on three story multi-family homes in the Resort Housing District. more »»

Jennings thanks community for years of support

November 22, 2017 After Jim Jennings and his wife found a home in Fort Myers, he had to resign from the City Council, due to the charter requirements of the City of Sanibel. more »»

Sea School to participate in Luminary Festival

November 22, 2017 This year the community will have the opportunity to help the Sanibel Sea School name its new fleet of three vans during the annual Luminary Holiday Stroll, which will be held on Friday, Dec. . more »»

Sanibel Bike Club kicks off another season

November 22, 2017 At the beginning of the month the Sanibel Bike Club kicked off another cycling season with their annual Welcome Back fall picnic at Bowman's Beach. more »»

Experience a by-gone era at the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village

November 22, 2017 Take a step back in time during the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village’s annual luminary celebration. “A Sanibel ‘60s Christmas, Change is on the Way” will take place at the museum Friday, Dec. more »»

Ambu Yoga makes an impact

November 22, 2017 Although sea turtle season ended last month, Ambu Yoga gives back to Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation’s Sea Turtle Research Program all year long. more »»

Sanibel resident launches ‘Shoes for Homeless Veterans’ campaign

November 22, 2017 After visiting two large VA hospitals in Southwest Florida, Dan Perkins, a Sanibel resident, found that both hospitals were in critical need of shoes for homeless veterans. more »»

Captiva Community Panel discusses a myriad of topics during last Tuesday’s meeting

November 22, 2017 After years of working on the Captiva Community Plan, the plan was presented to the Local Planning Agency by members of the Captiva Community Panel last month and was unanimously approved. more »»

Thanksgiving returns to the Community House

November 15, 2017 Three years ago the “Indians arrived on the island without their chief” for the annual Sanibel Community Thanksgiving celebration. more »»

Proposed term limit ordinance does not move forward

November 15, 2017 A proposed ordinance concerning term limits by Councilman Jason Maughan did not receive any support from Mayor Kevin Ruane, or Councilman Chauncey Goss, the only other two councilmen in attendance... more »»

MacIntosh kicks off Sanibel Reads

November 15, 2017 MacIntosh Books and Paper recently launched a new book club, Sanibel Reads, which is open to everyone near and far, virtually through Facebook. more »»

Sanibel Sea School welcomes two new employees

November 15, 2017 Two new individuals joined the Sanibel Sea School team at the beginning of the month, bringing their passion of the outdoors and teaching others with them. more »»



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