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July 16-21  more info

Marine Science & Coastal Engineering

Each day the campers are involved in hands-on activities and field trips to help them learn about the many aspects of marine and environmental science. Activities may include: measuring water quality in the Indian River Lagoon, examining shoreline processes and beach erosion and studying the effects of pollution on the marine environment.

Ages 10-18

Baby Shower to benefit Fl Wildlife Hospital Saturday May 19th at Palm Shores Town Hall 5030 Paul Hurt Lane  10 am to 2 pm

Art Marketing Focus

Wednesday, May 16, 6:30 p.m.
Art Marketing Focus is the kick-off of an 8-session, do-it-yourself marketing salon featuring a presentation by internationally renowned artist Derek Gores. Open to all creative disciplines.

Free admission.  Space is limited.  Please R.S.V.P. to ahall@fit.edu

The reporter Christiane Amanpour has said: "We are at peril and at risk if we don't know the difference between truth and lies. Truth and lies are the only thing that separates us from democracy and dictatorship."

So how can you tell when a story is true or false? How can we know whether a photo or video has been doctored? Can we trust what we read in the paper, hear on the radio or podcasts, or see on T.V.? Who is controlling the message that massive media conglomerates pump out every minute of every day? Who is spinning the message?

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Brevard Schools Foundation is partnering with our community to raise $5,000 to fund grants up to $250 each for our incredible teachers in Brevard Public Schools.

We often hear from teachers who need new classroom furniture, new game sets, specialty book sets, therapy tools and more that are not part of the budget.  Instead of teachers having to reach into their own pockets, we want to raise funds as a community to show our support.

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