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Kiwanis Club Invites Arts and Culture Director To Speak (Audio Included)

Kiwanis Club Invites Arts and Culture Director To Speak

(Audio Included)

Okeechobee Main Street Director of Arts and Culture Bridgette Waldau recently spoke with the Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee to promote the opening of the new Butterfly Sculpture Project  in Flagler Park. Among other subjects, Waldau spoke on how Okeechobee Main Street has become a local art agency, on the development of the art scene in the community and how studying art can help in the development of children.


Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee Gives To Martha’s House

Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee Gives To Martha’s House

By: Ken Keller

The Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee held their annual Spring Cleaning to benefit Martha’s House. Club members donated money, food, bed sheets and other items that the Martha’s House Shelter uses on a daily basis. In all, the club raised $175 and donated around $100 more in supplies in their one day event.

Martha’s House is a  24 hour 7 day a week full service domestic violence shelter for women and children. Martha’s House is passionate about helping families in need by assisting them every step of the way.

WOKC Okeechobee’s True Country Events

The Crime Stoppers Safe School Hotline seeks to ensure that students have a safe environment for studying and learning by making their school campuses safer. Crime Stoppers Safe School Hotline is an anonymous telephone hotline students can use to provide information on crime. These crimes include but are not limited to:  possession of guns or other dangerous weapons, possession of narcotics/alcohol, fights, extreme bullying, threats of terrorism, gang activity, robberies, sexual assaults, arson, battery, vandalism and bomb threats. If you see something, say something, call 1-800-273-TIPS (8477) or go to      – Michele Bell, PIO


Okeechobee’s Upcoming Events 7-2-18

Ms. Kim is excited to announce that the “Summer Reading Camp” will be every Wednesday at 10:30 am. beginning on Wednesday, June 20th through July 25th. (no program on July 4th as the library will be closed). The ages are for 8 years old and under. If they have a sibling that is older, they may attend as well (they can be helpers). PARENTS MUST ATTEND!!

Tai Chi at the Senior Center – Beginning July 9th, Okeechobee Senior Services will again be offering Tai Chi classes on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9:30 – 10:30 at the Lottie Raulerson Senior Center. Tai Chi offers many potential benefits to seniors such as relieving the physical effects of stress, reducing bone loss in menopausal women, improving lower body and leg strength, reducing arthritis pain and reducing blood pressure. Tai Chi is also known to increase energy by releasing endorphins, increase mental capacity and concentration, improve balance and stability by strengthening the ankles and the knees, and promote faster recovery from strokes and heart attacks. This is a great opportunity to do something good for your mind, body and soul, and who knows, you may make some new friends along the way. These classes are offered to beginners and the experienced at no cost. The Lottie Raulerson Senior Center is located at 1690 NW 9th Avenue, just south of the IRSC campus. For further information, please call Senior Services at 863-462-5180.


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