Photos by ELYSA DELCORTO

  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Scenes from 'Coffee & Community' on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 during Art Walk at The Promenade in Bonita Springs.
  • Naples residents Kris and Sharon Kaltenborn watch the sunset Thursday, as friends gathered to celebrate Dr. Frank Fumia's birthday and the return of Fumia's and Ronald Harris' memorial benches to the Naples Beach entrance of First Avenue N. The two concrete benches were among 69 that the City of Naples began switching out two months ago for plastic benches. Both Harris' and Fumia's benches were returned after friends and family of the two men asked the city to return the original benches.
  • A can of stout, a flower and a birthday card adorned Dr. Fumia's memorial bench Thursday afternoon. Friends and family of Fumia and Ronald Harris gathered at sunset to celebrate both Fumia's birthday and the return of Fumia's and Harris' memorial benches to the Naples Beach entrance of First Avenue N. The two concrete benches were among 69 that the City of Naples began switching out two months ago for plastic benches. Both Harris' and Fumia's benches were returned after friends and family of the two men asked the city to return the original benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • Naples residents Kris and Sharon Kaltenborn watch the sunset Thursday, as friends gathered to celebrate Dr. Frank Fumia's birthday and the return of Fumia's and Ronald Harris' memorial benches to the Naples Beach entrance of First Avenue N. The two concrete benches were among 69 that the City of Naples began switching out two months ago for plastic benches. Both Harris' and Fumia's benches were returned after friends and family of the two men asked the city to return the original benches.
  • Friends and family of former Naples residents Dr. Frank Fumia and Ronald Harris gathered at sunset Thursday, to celebrate both Fumia's birthday and the return of Fumia's and Harris' memorial benches to the Naples Beach entrance of First Avenue N. The two concrete benches were among 69 that the City of Naples began switching out two months ago for plastic benches. Both Harris' and Fumia's benches were returned after friends and family of the two men asked the city to return the original benches.
  • A can of stout, a flower and a birthday card adorned Dr. Fumia's memorial bench Thursday afternoon. Friends and family of Fumia and Ronald Harris gathered at sunset to celebrate both Fumia's birthday and the return of Fumia's and Harris' memorial benches to the Naples Beach entrance of First Avenue N. The two concrete benches were among 69 that the City of Naples began switching out two months ago for plastic benches. Both Harris' and Fumia's benches were returned after friends and family of the two men asked the city to return the original benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • Nearly two months ago the City of Naples began swapping out 69 concrete memorial benches throughout the city for plastic benches. The new benches are made of 100 percent recycled plastic and the plaques' from the original benches have been transferred on to the new memorials. However some Naples residents have asked the city to return the original concrete memorial benches.
  • With signs saying "Smile you're on scamera" and honks of support from drivers at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and U.S. 41, more than 10 Southwest Florida residents took to the streets Tuesday to protest against red light cameras in Collier County. The protest was one of many across the state, advocating legislation in Tallahassee to stop the use red light cameras.
  • With signs saying "Smile you're on scamera" and honks of support from drivers at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and U.S. 41, more than 10 Southwest Florida residents took to the streets Tuesday to protest against red light cameras in Collier County. The protest was one of many across the state, advocating legislation in Tallahassee to stop the use red light cameras.
  • With signs saying "Smile you're on scamera" and honks of support from drivers at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and U.S. 41, more than 10 Southwest Florida residents took to the streets Tuesday to protest against red light cameras in Collier County. The protest was one of many across the state, advocating legislation in Tallahassee to stop the use red light cameras.
  • With signs saying "Smile you're on scamera" and honks of support from drivers at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and U.S. 41, Fort Myers resident Richard Moleck, 29, and North Naples resident Millie Harvey, 43, were among the more than 10 Southwest Florida residents took to the streets Tuesday to protest against red light cameras in Collier County. The protest was one of many across the state, advocating legislation in Tallahassee to stop the use red light cameras.
  • With signs saying "Smile you're on scamera" and honks of support from drivers at the intersection of Pine Ridge Road and U.S. 41, more than 10 Southwest Florida residents took to the streets Tuesday to protest against red light cameras in Collier County. The protest was one of many across the state, advocating legislation in Tallahassee to stop the use red light cameras.
  • The Hendry Correctional Institution closed in June 2011 as part of a prison consolidation plan to save the state more than $30 million annually. The Hendry prison was built in 1977 on the Collier border near Immokalee.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • A Collier County Sheriff's deputy speaks with woman at the scene Tuesday afternoon. The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Randi Marie Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Randi Marie Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • A Collier County Sheriff's deputy speaks with acquaintances of Ava Grace Slaby's family. The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Randi Marie Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • Collier County Sheriff's investigators leave the scene Tuesday afternoon. The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Randi Marie Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • The Collier County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of 15-month-old toddler Ava Grace Slaby in Golden Gate Estates. When emergency rescuers arrived on the scene, the baby was on the floor in the master bedroom and her mother, Macleod, was performing CPR, according to Partington. The toddler was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.
  • About 20 people attended 'Coffee and Community' on Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Naples Daily News building, 1100 Immokalee Road, in Naples. Editor Phil Lewis held a question-and-answer session with readers during the event.

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