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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



Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – May 18, 2021

Save Our Seabirds Launches Search for New CEO •  SRQ Continues to Break Passenger Records •  Tidewell Hospice and Tidewell Foundation Host Community Celebration of Life Events  •  Lakewood Ranch Medical Center Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Recognized with National Award for Clinical Excellence and Center of Distinction 2020 •  Women’s Resource Center Hosts Info Session on Women in Manufacturing •  Anthony’s Deli Serves Throwback Charm and Massive Sandwiches •  Manatee County Animal Services to Host Animal Vaccine Clinic •  MCAT's Popular Summer ConneXion Bus Pass Resumes June

Tuesday Foodie Edition – May 18, 2021

Monday Business Edition – May 17, 2021

Local Public Relations Association to Present May Master Class: Balance •  Entech Participates in Habitat for Humanity’s Virtual Engagement Day •  Williams Parker Elects Attorney Bonnie Lee Polk to Partnership •  Plantation Community Foundation Grants Funds for Child Abuse Prevention •  District Announces New Principal for McIntosh Middle School  •  New Campaign Aims to Help Florida Students Get “Cash for College” and Improve Their Outcomes Beyond High School •  The Ramos Center Welcomes Dr. Lindsay N. Shroyer to the Team •  Manatee Memorial Hospital CEO Kevin DiLallo Promoted to Group Vice President Florida Region  •  Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation Golf Tournament Raises $170,000 for SMH Physicians Endowment •  DOH Sarasota Slated to Offer Pfizer vaccine Age 12 and Up at Sarasota Square Mall •  Special Session of Gaming in Florida Starts Today

Saturday Perspectives Edition – May 15, 2021

American Rescue Plan Monies Coming to Local Governments •  Help Remove the Stigma from Mental Health Care

Friday Weekend Edition – May 14, 2021

Award Winner Singer/Songwriter Grace Pettis to Play Fogartyville •  Dr. Joseph Holt Steps Down as Director of Artist Programs for Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota •  Stephen Baker Named Director of Marketing for Sarasota Opera •  Television Director Bethany Rooney Dishes on Life Behind a Camera •  The Blood is at The Doorstep and Say His Name Post-Film Virtual Discussion •  Sarasota Cuban Ballet School Dancers Invited to Compete in The Youth America Grand Prix Finals •  Asolo Rep’s Michael Donald Edwards on #SafeArtsSarasota •  King Tides Photo Contest •  The Ringling to Receive Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – May 13, 2021

Girls Night Out with PAINT Nail Bar x Olala Events •  UBS Advisor Scott Zelniker Expands Private Wealth Management Practice to Sarasota •  Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association to Host an Innovative Event to Help Hospitality Industry Hire Employees •  Tracy Wolfe Joins Sisterhood For Good Advisory Board of Directors in Key Role as Vice Chair •  In The Limelight at The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime •  Tom Knight Announces First Step COO •  The Madeby Gallery on the campus of Ringling College of Art and Design is hosting the Family Time Book Show •  Merged Florida-Based Health Systems to Be Known as ‘Empath Health’  •  Sarasota Congressmen Vote Out Liz Cheney •  Humane Society of Sarasota County Plans Events to Celebrate National Pet Month

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition – May 12, 2021

Sweet Success for Elementary-Aged Philanthropist  •  Student Filmmakers Shine at Sarasota Film Festival  •  Young Readers Battle Over Love of Books •  Launch of "The Ladybug's Lament" by Sarasota Resident and Artist Vicki Chelf •  Van Wezel Education Department Announces All New 'Teen Voices' Program •  Kellogg & Kimsey, Inc. Named General Contractor for Bryce Landing Apartments •  SVN Commercial Advisory Group Manages Sale-Leaseback of Stearns Bank Branch in St. Petersburg •  SVN Commercial Advisory Group Manages Sale of 3,000 SF Office in Englewood •  Construction Begins on Fawley Bryant-Designed Baseball Complex at Binghamton University •  Meals On Wheels for Kids Needs Volunteer Drivers •  The Bay Park Conservancy Adds Jeannie Perales to its Executive Leadership Team As its Chief Experience Officer •  Suncoast Campaign for Grade-Level Reading Receives National Recognition for Pandemic Programming  •  Manatee Girl Scouts to Earn Top Honor •  New College Foundation Raises $500,000 during the O’Shea Formula •  Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) Awarded $30,000 Equity and Access Grant  •  NYT Best-Selling Author to Speak at Brain Health Scholars Program Fundraiser

Freshly Squeezed Content Every Morning – May 11, 2021

Swanky Steak and Eggs Fit for Space Travel •  Volunteer at Turning Points and Make a Positive Impact in Community •  Lakewood Ranch Medical Center First Hospital in Manatee County to be Awarded CMS Five-Star Rating •  TerraNova Equestrian Center Inaugural Event •  Junior League of Sarasota Annual Celebration •  Manatee County Highlights Local Successes During Economic Development Week •  Fixxation Boutique Sip & Strut Fashion Show •  The Bay Park Releases 2020 Annual Report and Park-Visitor Survey •  Brooke Chase Associates, Inc. Recruits John Cole as Finished Products Manager - Bethel for Hancock Lumber •  Community Foundation Awards $320,000 Equity and Access Grants

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Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny

Brittany Mattie | May 10, 2021

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Guitar Hero Tinkerer

Brittany Mattie | May 10, 2021

Pets We Love 2021

Pets We Love 2021

Ariel Chates | May 10, 2021

Pets We Love 2021

Pets We Love 2021

Ariel Chates | May 10, 2021