Jimmy Dean, Harbor Style Magazine

Dear Readers:

My dad was not a well-educated man. He did not go to college and his high school graduation status was always a point of contention. However, he was full of wisdom. Southern wisdom, plainspoken and concise, however sometimes the meaning might be hidden under the simplicity. His grasp of the world in common-sense terms far outweighed his lack of a formal education. Were he to be around today he would surely say something like, “This country has more problems than Carter has got little liver pills.” I did not know who Carter was nor did I have an inkling of

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MAY 2018

Filling the Gap

Tom Watson finds out what the Homeless Student Gap Fund is doing to fill the gaps of need – technology, transportation and mentoring – for homeless students in Charlotte County. READ ONLINE

SEARCHing for Independence

Nancy J. Semon visits Bayfront Health Punta Gorda to learn how they are providing on-the-job training and employment opportunities to local students with disabilities.  READ ONLINE

Giving a Boost

Jonathon Kosec meets with local booster clubs that help keep our schools’ extracurricular activities going when funding falls short.  READ ONLINE

Building Their Future

Carol Bruyere takes a look at CTC’s Building Construction Technology programs and the Future Builders of America to see how they are helping prepare local students for rewarding jobs in construction.  READ ONLINE