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Readers and their pets show off their football spirit for Super Bowl XLV. The Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl on Sunday night, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25. Send us your fan photos at naplesnews.com/superbowl.
Hundreds of visitors attended the 55th annual Farm City Barbecue at the Nobles Collier Packing Plant in Immokalee on Nov. 24, 2010. About 1,200 pounds of meat were cooked for guests at the event which benefits the community through youth leadership development programs. All photos courtesy Steve Hart / immokaleetoday.com
The Fourth Annual Cambier Park Chalk Art contest for adults and school-age children was held Saturday in Naples. Aspiring Rembrandts of all ages colored the pavement in bright colors illustrating everything from Picasso to SpongeBob SquarePants. The event was part of Celebrate the Arts Month in Collier County.
More than 50 people packed Sunburst Cafe for Coffee & Community #12, held Wednesday, July 21. Participants chatted with Naples Daily News staff members and learned how to get their stories and photos into the pages of the Daily News. The next Coffee & Community is Wednesday, August 18, 2010, 6-7:30 p.m., again at Sunburst Cafe, 2340 Pine Ridge Road, in the Target Plaza. For more information, go to naplesnews.com/coffee.
On Thursday, April 1 the ‘Pinta’ and the ‘Nina,' replicas of Columbus’ ships will open in Naples. The ships will be docked at Tin City, 1200 5th Avenue South, until their departure early Tuesday morning, April 6.
The goal of this year’s Relay for Life of Naples was to raise $720,000, but the focus during the 18-hour event wasn’t just on fundraising, it also was on remembering and celebrating those affected by cancer.
Dr Jim Gasparino, PME Principal & Dr DennisThompson, Superintendent of Collier Schools, presented Mrs Sharon Camp, 5th Grade teacher at Pelican Marsh Elementary with the honor of being one of the states 67 finalists for the Florida Teacher of the Year award. Sharon has been teaching for 35 years and says that "Every morning I get up and do this for them".
Christiana Chiang, CEO of Charlie Chiang’s Restaurants worldwide cut off 24 inches of her hair live on FOX 4 News’ Wild Bill’s Florida Roadshow this morning. Tresses collected all day at Sir Daniel’s Salon, 5187 Tamiami Trail No. in Naples, will be donated to Locks of Love, a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children under age 18 suffering from long-term medical hair loss.
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