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Non-Profit Events
Below is a list of upcoming non-profit community events. For more information on each event, click on the titles for a downloadable PDF. For information on how you can post your upcoming non-profit event, contact the chamber at 772-287-1088.
Jun 18, 2017Father's Day Rose Ceremony Remembrance


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May 29, 2017Memorial Day Patriotic Remembrance


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May 24, 2017Goodwill Works! lunch and learn at the Goodwill Treasure Coast Rehab


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May 23, 2017Healing Path Seminar-Everyday Healthy Eating


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May 20, 2017Bunfest 2017


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May 18, 2017Martin County Healthy Start 24th Annual Luncheon


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May 16, 2017Healing Path Seminar-Healing through Writing: Our Feelings in Words


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May 16, 2017Cordially Invites You to Join Us at Our Spring Invitational Golf Tournament


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May 14, 2017Mother's Day Memorial Butterfly Release


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May 9, 2017Healing Path Seminar-Craft Creations: Keeping those we miss close in daily life


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May 6, 2017MAGIC MOMENTS IN MUSIC
BARN THEATRE CONCERT "MAGIC MOMENTS IN MUSIC"
SAT EVENING, MAY 6TH & SUNDAY MATINEE, MAY 7TH.

DANCING AND SINGING THRU THE AMERICAN SONG BOOK FROM THE 40'S THRU DISCO, YOU'LL HAVE A BLAST & LOVE ALL THE SPECIAL EFFECTS, PLUS THE BARN'S NEW SOUND SYSTEM AND UPGRADED STAGE LIGHTING. TICKETS ARE ONLY $20 & PROCEEDS USED TO PURCHASE NEW AIR-CONDITIONERS. FOR TICKETS AND INFO CALL 287-4884 OR VISIT THE BARN'S WEBSITE AT WWW.BARN-THEATRE.COM. THE BARN IS A NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY THEATER. THANK YOU.


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May 2, 2017Healing Path Seminar-Financial & Practical Matters


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May 1, 2017HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH


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Apr 29, 2017Amateur Chefs Compete to Overcome Hunger & Hardship
STUART -- Five local amateur chefs have been chosen to compete in the first-ever Top Chef Martin County on April 29. The contenders are rallying friends and family to help raise funds for the competition which will benefit House of Hope, a countywide agency whose mission is to empower Martin County residents to overcome hunger and hardship.
Amateur chefs Kelli Allison, Jean Cerniglia, Adam Fetterman, Angela Moore-Hodge and Jim Matts toured House of Hope, met one another exchanging friendly banter, and have begun pounding the pavement for the fundraising component of the competition. Jason Stocks, owner and professional chef at District Table & Bar, has served as a consultant for the cooking competition as well as outlining the rules and offering helpful tips to the contestants.

On April 29 the heat will be turned up as competitors battle it out in the kitchen at St. Joseph Catholic Church’s Family Center. They’ll be given five surprise baskets of ingredients commonly found in House of Hope’s Client Choice pantries and nutrition gardens. 45 minutes later their decadent dishes will be critiqued by a panel of local notables and professional chefs- Eric Grutka, of Ian’s Tropical Grill; Jason Stocks, of District Table & Bar; and Susan Dennis, TCPalm’s food critic. Winners will be selected for “Best Prepared Meal,” “Top Fundraiser” and the coveted “Top Chef of Martin County.”

House of Hope CEO, Rob Ranieri offers, “We are very excited as Top Chef Martin County will not only be a very entertaining event, it will also encompass so many themes from our new empowerment and enrichment programs at House of Hope. A huge component of our nutrition gardens and Golden Gate Center for Enrichment aims to educate local residents about the benefits of nutritious cooking, meal planning, family budgeting and healthy habits. This competition will showcase what can be done with typical items provided by our pantries and nutrition gardens, and how it takes less than an hour to create something exciting and tasty!”

Tickets to watch the sizzling competition are available at TopChefMartinCounty.com and attendees will also enjoy a festive party complete with gourmet tasting stations from area restaurants, two free drink tickets, music, dancing and more.

Opportunities are still available to join the list of sponsors: Elaine Matts, FPL, The Firefly Group, Solar Energy Systems, The Fetterman Firm, Whiticar Boats, Group One Safety & Security, Riders Edge Equestrian Center, Geico Local Office, Deborah Lovequist, Michael and Marie Elms, Joseph Matson and Linda Mundt, as well as John and Lynn Sargent.

About House of Hope

Founded in 1984, House of Hope now touches the lives of more than 6,000 Martin County residents per month with services that include food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance, information and referral, and life-changing case management to help people work toward greater stability and healthier lifestyles.
The agency has service centers and thrift stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown and Jensen Beach. For more information about House of Hope, call (772) 286 - 4673 or visit hohmartin.org


 
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Apr 29, 2017Humane Society of the Treasure Coast to present free spay day for cats
PALM CITY, Fla. — Getting a pet spayed or neutered is one of the best ways to prevent pet overpopulation and from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat., April 29, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast will give Martin County female cat owners an opportunity to have their pet spayed for free with its “Beat the Heat Cat Event” at its Palm City shelter, 4100 S.W. Leighton Farm Avenue.
Martin County residents must call in advance to make an appointment by calling (772) 223-8822. The Humane Society will provide 30 free cat spay surgeries to Martin County residents during the event. Cats must be at least two months of age for this service. Appointments will be made on a first come basis. Pre-surgical instructions will be given once the appointment is confirmed.
The event is being made possible by long-time supporters Bob and Frances Keating, who held a fundraiser in support of the Humane Society’s free spay/neuter day for the pets of Martin County. Through the support of their neighbors and friends who attended the fundraiser, they raised $2,035 in honor of their dog Bo.
“All of us at the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast are so grateful for the Keating’s hard work and efforts in helping us grown our spay/neuter program,” said HSTC Development Director Karen Bellucy. “By spaying your pet, you’ll help control pet overpopulation and homelessness. There are also medical and behavioral benefits to spaying your pet.”
Sponsorship opportunities for future Humane Society Spay-Neuter programs are available. For information, call Karen Bellucy at (772) 600-3212.
About the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast
Since 1955, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave. in Palm City, has been the leading advocate for homeless, abused and abandoned animals in Martin County. The HSTC provides the Treasure Coast’s most progressive spay-neuter and adoption programs and dynamic humane education services. The HSTC has long had partnerships with like-minded organizations. The HSTC does not euthanize to make space at its shelter, there are no time limits on how long animals stay in its care, and no companion animal is turned away for any reason. For more information, visit http://www.hstc1.org or call (772) 223-8822.


 
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