+ Rusty Chinnis Contractor unveils redesigned website
Rusty Chinnis Contractor Inc. recently unveiled a redesigned website, rustychinnis.com. The site features an active blog, upgraded galleries and testimonials, registration for the company’s e-mail newsletter and the latest news on various building issues.
“We’ve been working very hard to make sure the content of this site really benefits the community,” said Rusty Chinnis, owner of Rusty Chinnis Contractor Inc.
+ Kohlenberger opens health-coach practice
Longboat Key resident Dominique Kohlenberger has opened a practice as a health coach. Kohlenberger holds a master’s of physical therapy and assists clients with permanent weight loss and health issues such as hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, joint disease and menopause symptoms through nutritional intervention. Contact her at 383-0459 or email@example.com.
+ Beach Fitness Center will be open 24 hours a day
Beach Fitness Center, located in the Centre Shops at 5350 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Suite 103, will be open 24 hours a day beginning next week. Individuals will be able to access the fitness center at their convenience. The full-service fitness center offers medical fitness, physical therapy and personal training, along with home-oxygen medical equipment and supplies. Visit beachfitcenter.com or call 778-2641 or 778-0120.
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2 Power Networking Seminar
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2 Florida's Children First 2014 Sarasota Reception
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
16 Pillar of Hope Open House
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16 Business After Hours Networking Event
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Golfer sees swinging success
Longboat Key resident Arlene McKitrick celebrated her 200th golf championship win this week at Sara Bay Country Club in an FSGA event.
Mote receives NOAA grant
Mote Marine Laboratory recently received a $99,615 grand for its dolphin and whale rehabilitation efforts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Correction: Heitlers to net 75 years in April
In its Sept. 18 issue, the Longboat Observer featured Plymouth Harbor resident George Heitler, a lifelong tennis player who has played tennis for most of his 99 years and is a regular at the Longboat Key Public Tennis Center.