Guadalupe Center announces ‘Old Hollywood’ theme for 2019 Signature Event at Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort
Guadalupe Center has announced its 2019 Signature Event will feature a theme of “Old Hollywood: The Glitz, The Glamour, The Giving.” The Signature Event will be held Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples. “Old Hollywood” will offer a nod to the Golden Age of Hollywood in the early- to mid-1900s.
Guadalupe Center has announced its 2019 Signature Event will feature a theme of “Old Hollywood: The Glitz, The Glamour, The Giving.”
The Signature Event will be held Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, Naples. “Old Hollywood” will offer a nod to the Golden Age of Hollywood in the early- to mid-1900s.
Anyone who’s walked into the supermarket hungry knows the importance of carrying a shopping list. If not, your cart might be overflowing with potato chips, cookies and ice cream, and your grocery bill almost certainly will be higher than anticipated.
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The J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Society recently donated funds to provide transportation to and a day of education today at the refuge for 55 children from the Guadalupe Center in Immokalee. Education intern Emily Schwartz is shown sharing the skeletal parts of local animals with the youth. The group also hiked to the Wildlife Education Boardwalk and enjoyed lunch at the refuge.
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