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Welcome to the archives of SRQ DAILY: Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning, produced by the team at SRQ Magazine. From this page, you will be able to view the most recent SRQ DAILY editions as well as search for a specific edition and keyword. The SRQ DAILY Business Edition runs on Mondays; the SRQ DAILY Philanthropy Edition publishes on Wednedsays; the SRQ DAILY Weekend Edition featuring arts and culture publishes on Fridays; and, the SRQ DAILY Perspectives Edition featuring op-eds, columns and letters publishes on Saturdays.

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This Week's SRQ DAILY Editions



Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Aug 5, 2020

Roar of a Survivor •  Mote Marine Laboratory Documents Massive Corals in Florida  •  Two Sarasota Public Relations Professionals Named To FPRA State Executive Board  •  Sarasota Opera Announces Changes to Fall Season •  Join Clyde Butcher and The Bishop on Zoom for Think + Drink Science  •  Casey Key Sales on the Rise •  Area Philanthropists Offer $600,000 Matching Opportunity for COVID-19 Hunger Relief •  Executive Director of the Child Protection Center Hits Milestone Anniversary •  TakeOutSrq Partners With Orensis Films to Provide Five Sarasota Restaurants With Promotional Videos •  Local All-Female Nonprofit Reaches GuideStar’s GOLD Seal of Transparency •  Final Opportunities for Exclusive Waterfront Access in Spice Bay on Siesta Key •  National Alliance on Mental Illness Hosts Costume Contest

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Aug 4, 2020

Road to Recovery •  Sarasota Orchestra Promotes Save Our Stages Act •  Michael Saunders and Company Welcomes Janet Carter to Main Street Sarasota •  Sarasota County earns Top Green Provider Honors from for Supply Chain Logistics •  Community Day School Approved for G-Suite with the Google Assistant Beta Program •  Supervisor Encourages Citizens to Vote Early •  Free Health Care Surrogate and Living Will to Manatee and Sarasota Teachers •  Celebrate National Fried Chicken & Waffle Day with Metro Diner •  Local Foodie Develops Cheesy Pasta Problem  •  Goodwill Manasota Provides Resources for Partner Agency Clients •  Hermitage Artist Retreat Receives Substantial Grant From Florida Division of Cultural Affairs •  Kristin Triolo Earns Luxury Home Certification

Tuesday Foodie Edition – Aug 4, 2020

Monday Business Edition – Aug 3, 2020

What is a Thinking Partner and Who is Yours? •  UnMasked •  Cutsinger, Hanks Bring Public Service to County Race •  DiVosta Unveils Highly Anticipated Floor Plans for Talon Preserve on Palmer Ranch •  Association of Fundraising Professionals Southwest Florida Chapter Hosts Fundraiser •  SouthTech Donates to Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe •  Manatee Leaders and Organizations Unite Against COVID-19 •  Asolo Rep Announces Winner of Making Musicals •  COVID-19 Testing in Mid and South Sarasota County August 5th and 6th

Saturday Perspectives Edition – Aug 1, 2020

Mom's World Mid-Pandemic  •  Celebrating Students with a Virtual Toss of the Cap •  Seven Local Teens Earn Eagle Scout Award  •  The Right Time And Place For Students To Launch Their Future •  Show Me The Money •  SMH Update from CEO David Verinder

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 31, 2020

Foragers Ahead •  Harvey Milk Festival's Exhibition Unites Art with Activism •  City Commission Sets Preliminary Millage Rate •  Manatee County Residents May Apply for Another Round of CARES Act Funding •  Tidewell Virtual and Drive-Thru Events Connect Grieving Families •  Early Voting Begins August 8th •  Gulf Coast Community Foundation Awards Substantial Grant to Embracing Our Differences •  Keeping Outreach Within Reach of the Community •  SMH Experts Offer Back to School Advice •  Over 170 Lives Impacted by Suncoast Science Center Blood Drive •  Florida Cancer Specialists to Offer Genetic Counseling and Precision Cancer Prevention Services •  Manatee County Animal Services Hosts Sixth Annual Pet Adoption Drive This August •  Local Boys & Girls Club Member Selected as Virtual Host For Teens Across the Nation •  The CAC is helping the Patterson Foundation Present This Book Is Cool •  Anna Maria Oyster Bar Receives the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Seal of Commitment •  Bank of America Connects Sarasota-Manatee-Area Youth to Workforce Success Through Paid Virtual Summer Leadership Experience •  First Tee Sarasota/Manatee receives gift from North Florida PGA/Southwest Chapter •  All Faiths Food Bank Receives $51,747 from Achieva Credit Union •  Compass Hotel Anna Maria Sound Celebrates Ribbon Cutting •  Blalock Walters Law Firm Hires Attorney Bonita Wang

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – Jul 30, 2020

Vengroff Williams Inc. Coordinates Major Demolition for Child Protection Center •  Snap Shots of Sarasota During COVID-19 •  Florida Department of Education Approves Manatee Country Reopening Plan •  Heliventures, Engage •  Community Day School Awarded $20,000 'Stronger Together' Grant •  Sarasota County Needs Input from Local Non-Profit Agencies •  Sarasota County Area Transit Launches Online Public Input Survey  •  Suncoast Attorney David Gurley Named to Florida Trend Legal Elite •  Gov't, Business Leader Face Off for Manatee County Seat •  Manatee County Urges Residents to Monitor Tropical Cyclone #9 •  SMH Expands COVID-19 Antibody Trial to People Recovering at Home •  Local Boys & Girls Club Member Hosts Virtual Event for Thousands of Teens

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – Jul 29, 2020

Feeding the Region •  The Ringling Welcomes Two Artists in Residency This Fall •  Team Tony Cancer Foundation Hosts First Ever Bike-A-Thon •  Lake View Estates in The Lake Club is 80 Percent Sold Out •  Martyn Reece Joins RE/MAX Alliance Group •  Suncoast Black Arts Collaborative Formed to Promote African American Art •  SMH Earns Perfect 10 in U.S. News Study, One of Just 37 “Standout” Hospitals •  ArtisTree Employees Enjoying Their Yards More During COVID-19 •  Rethinking Plastic Educates Community on 'The Story of Plastic'  •  Selby Gardens’ 40th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition Goes Virtual •  Bogati Urn Company More Than Doubling Office and Warehouse Space  •  Newest Custom Home by Nutter Custom Construction Nearing Completion at The Founders Club •  Suncoast Science Center Fab Lab Blood Drive

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UnMasked: Electronic Caregiver

UnMasked: Electronic Caregiver

Ariel Chates | Jun 30, 2020

Pets We Love

Pets We Love

Ariel Chates | Jun 19, 2020

Feeding the Region

Feeding the Region

Jacob Ogles | Jun 12, 2020

UnMasked

UnMasked

Ariel Chates | Jun 12, 2020