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SRQ DAILY Jan 18, 2021

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"I hope to gain a sense of what it's like to sell for a market, and to gain experience as well."

- Sophia Cavalucci, Petit Phia
 

-The Outsiders: The Kayaker, as seen in SRQ's January 2021 edition. Click for the full feature article.
[Retail]  Young Entrepreneur Market to Showcase Teen Vendors
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

The entrepreneurial bug bites some earlier than others, a fact that will be on full display this Saturday in the courtyard of The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime. There, the Young Entrepreneur Market will showcase the region’s budding artisans and retailers, and 17 and younger, as they sell original art, jewelry, plants, inventions and refreshments. Whether from watching parents navigate the retail work or spurred by their own desire to make a living selling their own wares, the booths at the market offer exposure to the promise and logistical challenges of running a shop.

“My daughter Isabella is 11 years old and is setting up a shop called Lemon drop where she will sell earrings that she has handmade and she is selling lemonade too,” said Lisa Charnicharo. “She hopes to gain experience in retail sales and possibly follow in my footsteps.” It runs in the family. Charnicharo owns a boutique at the Bazaar and previously co-ran PJ’s Boutique, with family.

The entrepreneurs themselves feel excitement over the opportunity. Sophia Cavaluzzi runs the jewelry shop Petit Phia, where she sells earings hand-made from beads and clay. “I hope to gain a sense of what it's like to sell for a market, and to gain experience as well,” she said.

Brothers Douglas and Trey Hanna will run separate shops at the market. Douglas runs Google Shells, which sells goods made from shells found on local beaches. “As a result of participating in this event, I hope to make money and have fun because I enjoy when people come up to my table and want to buy my products,” he said. Trey runs Green Thumb, which sells houseplants he propagates. “I hope to make a profit from all of the hard work I’ve been putting into my business,” he said. “I also enjoy the atmosphere of it, and I enjoy bartering with other participants.”

The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be free parking and masks are required. 

Image via Petit Phia on Etsy.

[Top Doctors]  In Conversation With 2020 Top Doctor Ronald Torrance, II, D.O. On Innovation In Sports Medicine

For the January 2021 edition of SRQ Magazine, we interviewed 2020 Top Doctors on current topics. Below is an excerpt from this published in the In Conversation marketing feature in which Dr. Ronald Torrance, II of Regenexx Tampa Bay shares his insights on innovations in sports medicine.  

What are a few of the most exciting treatments in your field?

The innovations that we're really pioneering are looking at percutaneous ways to repair partial tears of the rotator cuff, and partial tears of the ACL where you don't have to go through arthroscopic surgery. We have two randomized control trials on each, showing that we can percutaneously help regenerate these injuries. So you don't have to necessarily have to go to surgery to get these areas to heal. Our CEO has a mission for Regenexx that our innovations reduce the number of elective orthopedic surgeries by 70% by 2030. I feel with the new modalities coming for the people, it's a certainly attainable mission.

An excerpt from the In Conversation with Top Doctors published in the January 2021 edition of SRQ Magazine. Click here to see the full article.  

Read More From In Conversation Here

[Job Help ]  Build Your Workforce with an On-the-Job Training Funding Opportunity

CareerEdge is addressing a worker shortage in manufacturing locally as well as providing an opportunity for workers to obtain employment at livable and competitive wages through on-the-job training (OJT) funding. Jennifer Behrens, President, Atlantic Mold & Machining Corporation said, “CareerEdge’s on the job training (OJT) application process was very streamlined and easy to navigate. One thing that makes this process effective for us is that we can customize the training to our specific needs.” 

Click here for more information.

[Retirement ]  The Bishop Announces CEO Brynne Anne Besio’s Retirement

 the Board of Trustees of The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature is announcing the upcoming retirement of the Museum's longstanding CEO, Brynne Anne Besio, and plans to conduct an extensive national search for the Museum’s next leader. "We're committed to securing only the best talent to build upon Brynne Anne’s legacy and continue creating opportunities for The Bishop to grow,” he said. “We're optimistic about the prospects that await our next CEO to build on the powerful foundation she created."  

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[Competition]  Local FPRA Chapter Announces Call for Entries for the 2021 Image Awards

The Central West Coast Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (CWC-FPRA) is calling for entries for its annual “Image Awards” competition, which recognizes outstanding communications programs, presentations, and campaigns. Entries are open to marketers, communicators, graphic designers, advertising gurus, and public relations masterminds. Everyday projects that garnered success are encouraged and welcome.  “The Image Awards are an opportunity for professionals and college students to showcase their most creative, successful communications, marketing, or public relations projects from the last year,” said Laitin Sterling, director of Image Awards for the CWC-FPRA. The deadline for entries is 5 p.m. on February 28, 2021; cost is $45/CWC-FPRA members, $60/non-members, $20/students. Central West Coast Chapter participants that submit an  

http://www.cwcfpra.com/

[Recognition]  Englewood Community Care Clinic Earns Englewood Spirit Award

Englewood Community Care Clinic, Inc. is the newest recipient of an Englewood Spirit Award. Randy Moore, the publisher of Englewood Healthy Living and South County Healthy Living made the announcement today. The nonprofit clinic provides no-cost medical services to the underserved residents of Englewood and surrounding communities. “The Englewood Community Care Clinic is an important organization that’s helping to fill a void in our local healthcare delivery system where one in four residents lack health insurance,” Moore noted. “More than 3,400 patients have received welcome care since the nonprofit opened on January 17, 2011.” 

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[New Grant]  Teen Court of Sarasota Receives a Grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County

Teen Court of Sarasota was rewarded $25,000 to serve students with quality personalized services within Sarasota County Schools through our prevention track to services. With the support of the Allen Wirtz Nobbe and Jo Bowen Nobbe Fund at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Teen Court of Sarasota receives a $25,000 grant to provide youth a second chance free of a conviction on their record or a mark on their school transcripts with a successful completion of the program.  

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[Grant Application]  2021 Sarasota Bay Partners Grants Program Now Open

Community partners are crucial to our mission of restoring Sarasota Bay. That's why they provide technical and financial assistance for community environmental projects through the Sarasota Bay Partners Grants Program. This year, groups may apply for up to $4,000 for projects that focus on Habitat Restoration and Water Quality and Bay-Related Environmental Education and Community Stewardship. SBEP and partner organizations may provide technical assistance with projects upon request. Deadline is March 1st, 2021. 

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[In This Issue]  Zumba Meets Zoom

Fitness instructor Krista Ditucci leads step and sweat routines through the screen. 

Click here to read the full article in SRQ's January 2021 edition.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Ringling College: Ligature XI: Parametric Type , January 11 – February 12, 9am-3pm

Celebrating its 11th year, the Type Club presents Ligature Show XI, a juried student exhibition of typographic work from all majors in categories such as Drop Cap, Type in Motion, Hand Lettering, and Editorial from January 11 until February 12 . This exhibition showcases the typographic excellence at Ringling College of Art and Design. This exhibtion is sponsored by SRQ Media Group, and WUSF 89.7. Appointments are required to view this exhibition. Admission to this exhibition is free and open to the public. Gallery Hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Virtual: Women Today and Tomorrow: What to Cherish, What to Change , January 21, 7pm

On January 21 at 7pm, to celebrate the inauguration of the first female Vice President of the United States and to commemorate the anniversary of the Woman’s March on Washington, the Sarasota Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee will be hosting a virtual event via Zoom with feminist pioneer Letty Cottin Pogrebin in conversation with Journalist Carrie Seidman. The evening conversation entitled "Women Today and Tomorrow: What to Cherish, What to Change" will cover a number of  wide-ranging topics about women’s on-going struggle for equality in the workplace, politics, academia, and family life; the
state of American Feminism today; the Women’s March: its promises and pitfalls; how women change power and how power changes women; ideas for effective activism; raising children without sex stereotypes; and, highlights from Letty's experiences as a co-founder of Ms. Magazine and as editorial consultant to Marlo Thomas’  "Free to Be: You and Me", and so much more. The evening program is in support of the Brandeis University Library Campaign called Honoring Our History, which will transform the university’s unique and priceless collections of books highlighting social justice into digital format. Tickets are $18 per household and are fully tax-deductible.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Players Centre: Souvenir , January 21 – January 31, 7:30pm and 2pm

Souvenir, by turn hilarious and poignant, tells the story of Florence Foster Jenkins through the eyes of her accompanist, Cosme McMoon. Eyewitness accounts of their concerts vary so wildly it is almost impossible now to separate fact from gossip. Hence this fictional "biography," in which we follow the story of their partnership from its earliest days to their infamous concert in Carnegie Hall and its aftermath. With each new imagined triumph Florence's confidence soars. Faced with her boundless certainty, Cosme comes to revise his attitude, not only towards her singing but to the very meaning of music itself. A musical odd-couple for the ages. Enjoy Hamlet's Eatery Thursdays through Sundays up to 30 minutes before show time. Seating is provided. Dates include January 21-23, 26-30 at 7:30pm and January 24 and 31 at 2pm.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Virtual: Ignite Teacher of the Year Awards Celebration , January 21, 5pm

Join the Education Foundation on January 21 at 5pm for an awards celebration honoring Sarasota county teachers. This virtual experience is no cost to attend but registration is required.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Institute for the Arts & Education: Sarasota Fine Art Show , January 23 – January 24, 10am-5pm

All art is original and personally handmade by the artist present at the show on January 23 and 24, 2021 outdoors at Phillippi Estate Park from 10am to 5pm - there is something for everyone, in all price ranges. Free Admission and $5 close & convenient parking supports Institute for the Arts & Education, non-profit organization with focus on visual arts, cultural diversity, community enrichment and fostering art education among youth. Juried by art professionals, criteria for judging is based on originality, technique/execution and booth appearance. As part of our commitment to bring art education into the community, the events integrate a Youth Art/Budding Artist Competition within the art shows. This one-of-a-kind program encourages all young artists in grades K-8/6-12 or ages 5-13/9i-19 to enter his/her original and personally handmade art that is publicly displayed within the show. There is $250 in youth art awards as students begin to learn the rules and are exposed to the entrepreneurship opportunity of doing art shows for a living.

Phillippi Estate Park

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Sarasota Architectural Foundation: January House Tours , January 23, 11am-2:15pm

SAF resumes its monthly house tours on Saturday, January 23, 2021. Take this opportunity to explore both the interiors and exteriors of the iconic Umbrella House, Cocoon House, and the Revere Quality House, which is rarely open to the public. Tickets sales are very limited; be sure to book your tours today. Masks will be required. Tour the renowned Umbrella House at 11am, described by Architectural Digest as “One of the five most remarkable houses of the mid-twentieth century”. Experience the rare opportunity to tour the interior of Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph’s historic 1950 Healy Guest House, also known as Cocoon House at 1pm or 2:15pm. Join SAF in this rare opportunity to tour the Revere Quality House located on Siesta Key at 1pm or 2:15pm. Make a day of it and purchase the bundle ticket to tour the Revere Quality House and the Cocoon House (located across the bayou). Tickets are limited, be sure to secure yours soon.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: The Children's Garden: Dragon Lair Dish Gardens , January 23, 10am-11am

You don't want to miss this fun morning because we are making "Dragon Lair Dish Gardens" Dragons live in caves and love shiny things, so that is what we are making along with adding some succulents & a dragon of course on Saturday, January 23 from 10am to 11am. We are serving Dragon juice too. This special program is by prepayment & reservations only as space is limited. The cost is $10 plus tax for the craft fee per child. Please note this does not include the garden's admission for children & adults if you are not a garden member.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Suncoast Science Center: Water Bottle Laser Engraving Workshop , January 23, 2pm-7pm

The new year is upon us and the Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab is inviting you to get motivated to crush your health and fitness resolutions through a unique, hands-on workshop. Using the Fab Lab's high-tech laser cutter, workshop participants will laser engrave an insulated water bottle with the design of their choice. Hydration is key to reach your goals so get ready to take it up a notch! Your name, a motivational quote or even a logo. The possibilities are endless. Hour-long sessions are available from 2pm to 7pm on Saturday, January 23 in the Fab Lab at 4452 South Beneva Road. No experience is needed for the workshop, just a willingness to explore and have fun. Up to three family members or adults are permitted per $50 registration. Registration includes one water bottle. Additional bottles may be purchased at registration. BYOB: If you wish to bring your own water bottle to engrave, please contact the lab to ensure the bottle is compatible with the machine before registering. In an effort to keep workshop participants and lab staff as safe as possible amid COVID-19, limited slots are available each hour. Additionally, participants over age 12 are required to wear a face covering. Participants under age 12 are highly encouraged to wear a face-covering but not required. Face coverings are available at the lab for anyone who does not have their own.

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