Fifth Third Bank (South Florida) has partnered with the Education Foundation of Collier County to collect school supplies for the bank's fourth annual "Back to School" Supply Drive.
From July 9 to Aug. 1, donations will be accepted at all Fifth Third financial centers in Collier County.
The most urgently needed items include: glue sticks, crayons, index cards, pens, pencils, pink erasers, paper (both lined and plain printer paper), two-pocket folders, dry erase markers, spiral notebooks, binders and rulers. To find the nearest Fifth Third Bank branch, go to www.53.com. For more information about the Education Foundation of Collier County: www.getonthebuscollier.org.
Tronnier joins Betty Maclean Travel
Paul Tronnier, a longtime Naples-area resident, has joined Betty Maclean Travel Inc. as a luxury adventure travel consultant.
Tronnier attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, graduating with a bachelor's degree in business administration and computer science. For more information: http://www.BettyMacleanTravel.com.
Oppenheimer passes planning exam
Pavese Law Firm attorney Kathleen D. Oppenheimer has passed the Comprehensive Planning Examination of the American Institute of Certified Planners. Oppenheimer joined the firm in 2011 and her practice focuses primarily on resolving land-use and zoning, real estate and environmental issues related to the development of land. Pavese Law Firm is a full-service law firm with offices in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and West Palm Beach.
Hair salon donates sales to autism services
Dolce Vita Hair Salon in Naples is donating 100 percent of all new client sales through Sept. 30 to Eden Autism Services. And, on Tuesday, July 31, all hair service sales including existing clientele will be donated to Eden.
Dolce Vita Hair Salon is in the Park Shore Plaza at 4333 U.S. 41 N., between Kmart and Dollar Tree. For appointments: (239) 659-0600.
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