New Library Opening This Week

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Gardens Transform at Casa Mariposa

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Read about how residents at Casa Mariposa and a crew of volunteers transformed the garden area from a jungle to a paradise in this week’s edition of The Islander newspaper…

CHR Honors Armand Ball for 14 Years of Board Service

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Armand Ball, who recently completed 14 years as a member of CHR’s board of directors, was honored at our annual meeting and presented with a unique, hand-painted birdbath to commemorate his service. As ardent nature lovers, Armand and his wife Bev appreciated a gift that would attract birds to their yard. The inscription on the birdbath’s plaque includes is a … Read More

RS Walsh Landscaping Donates Tree

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To celebrate Arbor Day, RS Walsh Landscaping donated a beautiful, native clusia rosea tree to CHR for the new playground at our Airport Way property. After relocating three sabal palms, a perfect spot was available right next to the new playground area. The RS Walsh crew expertly planted the tree on Arbor Day and they are now working on more … Read More

CHR was Chamber’s April Business of the Month

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CHR was chosen as the Sanibel Captiva Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month this April. As part of that honor, we were given a display space in the Chamber’s welcome center through the month, as well as a spot on the chamber’s website as a Local Member Spotlight.

CHR Thanks Donors

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CHR wishes to thank all of those who have donated to support our mission over the past 12 months. This full-page ad appeared in The Islander newspaper on April 29, 2015…