- Wednesday December 18, 2013
- 8:00am - 4:30pm
- Girl Scounts of Gulfcoast Florida Event and Conference Center, 4740 Cattleman Rd, Sarasota FL
- Group Hosting:
- Sarasota County Sustainable Communities, Transition Sarasota
- Contact Phone:
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
- $30.00 includes continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon break. $20.00 for students
"Investing in Our Future" Individuals, businesses, organizations, government agencies, and institutions will gather to learn and share solutions for a renewable and sustainable community. National experts and local leaders will share insights on both innovative practices for sustainability as well as collaborative ventures that maximize the benefits to the community and the businesses involved. Focal areas include alternative financing and economic development opportunities, sustainable transportation and eco-tourism. Working together we can insure an economically viable, environmentally sound and socially responsible community and local economy both now and in the future. We invite you to add your voice to the conversation.
PHOTO GALLERY: Tara Golf and Country Club Fashion Show
The parking lots and lawn areas in front of Tara Golf and Country Club were filled to maximum capacity March 7, as the community's residents gathered to watch models strut down the runway. The all-women crowd sipped on red wine, as they sat at tables with multi-colored flowers as centerpieces.
PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Chamber Clays Tournament
The Sarasota Chamber of Commerce held its 6th annual Clays Tournament Friday, March 7. Nearly 75 chamber members competed in teams of four or five on twelve different open ranges. Members enjoyed friendly competition at the all-day event, which was held at the Sarasota Trap, Skeet and Clays in Nokomis.
SPD continues homeless crackdown
After establishing an overtime patrol for Five Points Park and Pineapple Park, the Sarasota Police Department is also monitoring J.D. Hamel Park for illicit activity.
Sheriff's Office braces for spring breakers
Sheriff's deputies will increase patrols and be on the lookout for underage drinking and drug use during this year's spring break season.