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"We deserve to live in a world devoid of hate."

- Chazzan Cliff Abramson, Temple Sinai.

[Politics]  Reich Begins Fundraising Early To Challenge McFarland
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

A Sarasota County teacher has once again filed to challenge state Rep. Fiona McFarland, R-Sarasota. Derek Reich, the only Democrat filed in House District 73, in his first filing of the cycle reported more than a $31,000 haul.

That’s less than McFarland still. The incumbent has raised well over $44,000 as she seeks a third term in the Florida House, though less than $11,000 of that came in during the just closed quarter.

That’s only looking at candidate accounts. McFarland’s political committee, Friends of Sarasota, raised another $34,500 from July through September, and had nearly $260,000 in cash on hand at the start of October. Meanwhile, Reich’s committee, the Freedom First Fund, hasn’t raised any funding since his 2022 run and has close to nothing in the bank.

But a five-figure haul over three months and a competitive cash pile in the bank shows Reich at least poised to test in McFarland’s nearly 13-percentage-point rout in November was a sign of the state’s midterm mood, with Republicans over-performing from the Panhandle to the Keys, or a sign Sarasota and the state have shifted permanently to the right.

Prominent local Democrats can be found on Reich’s list of donors, including for Sarasota Democratic Party Chair Christine Jennings, one of Florida’s top Democratic fundraisers, as well as current Sarasota Democratic Party Chair Daniel Kuether. The Sarasota Democratic Executive Committee also provided more than 1,100 in in-kind support, primarily opening up access to its voter databases. His fundraising was buoyed by 21 donors who gave the maximum $1,000 allowed by law, but all of those donors came from Sarasota County.

“With just a few phone calls we raised more than $33,000,” Reich said. “95% of that money came from Sarasota County. $0 of Fiona's money came from Sarasota County. That reflects who she really works for. This campaign is just like its candidate: Born, raised and for Sarasota County. And I'm the only candidate in this race that can say that. Tallahassee Republicans are destroying working people's shot at the American Dream, and our fundraising reflects that anger.”

McFarland declined to comment on her fundraising, much of which came from conservative political committees around the state. Lobbying firm Greenberg Traurig gave $1,000, as did the Committee of Florida Agents, an insurance lobby. The Doctors Company Florida PAC also gave the maximum amount.

The district holds potential to be a swing district, though the last time McFarland faced Reich offered little hint. In addition to McFarland’s victory in. the newly redistricted seat, 54.53% of House District 73 voters supported Republican Sen. Marco Rubio’s re-election, and 55.81% voted for Gov. Ron DeSantis to win a second term. But in 2020, voters in the district largely split in the presidential election, with 49.7% supporting Republican Donald Trump and 49.34% favoring Democrat Joe Biden. 


Photo: Fiona McFarland, Derek Reich.

[Real Estate]  RE/MAX Alliance Group Purchases Locals Realty

RE/MAX Alliance Group, one of the fastest growing real estate brokerages in Florida, announces its purchase of Locals Realty from Shawn Kaleta. Locals Realty consisted of two offices, one on Anna Maria Island and one on Siesta Key. Agents of the Locals Realty Anna Maria office will stay at the current location at 317 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, Florida 34216. Agents of the Siesta Key office will relocate to the RE/MAX Alliance Group office at 5221 Ocean Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34242. Locals Realty umbrella company Prime Vacation Rentals, owned by Kaleta, is now the preferred vacation rental property management company for RE/MAX Alliance Group. All rentals from RE/MAX Alliance Group’s former affiliate, Postcard Vacation Rentals, were transferred to Prime Vacation Rentals as part of the agreement with Kaleta. RE/MAX Alliance Group now has a total of 13 offices from Tampa Bay to Charlotte County. The 22 agents and employees of Locals Realty will become part of the RE/MAX Alliance Group family, for a total of approximately 400 associates and staff and a combined 2022 production of more than $2.2 billion and more than 4,500 transactions. RE/MAX Alliance Group is the #1 RE/MAX franchise in Florida and the #1 RE/MAX franchise in Florida for contributions to the Children’s Miracle Network. The company offers residential and commercial real estate solutions through offices in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties. For more information, please visit https://www.alliancegroupfl.com. 

[Hospital News]  Sarasota Memorial Hospital Joins Research Study Targeting Disabling Migraine Pain

Migraine affects more than 1 billion people worldwide. Although there are approved treatments, current therapies may not work for everyone, leaving many to experience the disability of migraine attacks. In an effort to improve treatment outcomes, the Sarasota Memorial Research Institute has joined approximately 25 research sites around the nation testing a combination of two approved migraine therapies – onabotulinumtoxinA and atogepant – to determine if they can safely control migraine more effectively when the treatments are used together. Atogepant is an oral treatment approved by the FDA in 2021 for the treatment of episodic migraine; the regulatory approval was expanded to chronic migraine in April 2023. Today, it is the only drug of its kind approved to treat both chronic and episodic migraines (chronic migraines are those that occur 15 or more days per month, while episodic migraines occur fewer than 14 days per month). OnabotulinumtoxinA was approved by the FDA in 2010 for prevention of headache in patients with chronic migraine. The clinical study (NCT05216263) will not involve placebo. Rather, individuals age 18 to 75 who currently are receiving standardized therapy with onabotulinumtoxinA and enrolled in the trial will receive one atogepant tablet daily as an add-on treatment over a 24-week treatment period. The study sponsor, AbbVie Inc., will closely evaluate the safety of combining the therapies and potential to prevent migraines. Approximately 125 participants will be enrolled. For more information about the trial and enrollment criteria, call the Sarasota Memorial Research Institute at (941) 917-2225 or visit the FDA clinical trial webpage at: https://classic.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05216263?term=atogepant&recrs=adf&draw=2#contacts  

[New Hire]  Fiduciary Associates Welcomes New Trust Administrator, Lydia Korff

Fiduciary Associates, an independent trust and estates administration firm, is pleased to announce Lydia Korff has joined the team as fiduciary services director. Korff is a highly experienced attorney and trust advisor with expertise in trust, credit and real estate guidance and administration, both domestic and international. She has also held several legal roles in litigation and tax. Korff graduated from Georgetown University with a major in international relations and has a juris doctorate from New York Law School. She contributes her time to several professional and community organizations, including the Georgetown University Club of Miami, Women’s Wall Street Alliance and Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce. 

[Event]  Local Advertising Pros Set to Spark Creativity at Member Mixer

The American Advertising Federation (AAF) Suncoast Chapter is thrilled to announce its upcoming Member Mixer event at Art Ovation Hotel’s Perspective Rooftop Bar on Thursday, October 26. This exciting event aims to bring together members of the local advertising and marketing community for an evening of networking, camaraderie, and creative inspiration. The AAF Suncoast Member Mixer will provide a unique opportunity for professionals and enthusiasts from various sectors of the advertising industry to connect, share insights, and build meaningful relationships. Attendees will have the chance to exchange ideas, collaborate on potential projects, and gain valuable knowledge about the latest trends and innovations in the field. The event takes place on Thursday, October 26th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm at Art Ovation Hotel’s Perspective Rooftop Bar • 1255 N Palm Ave 8th Floor, Sarasota. Admission is free for AAF Suncoast Members / $15 for Non-Members. The event will feature a range of activities, including: Networking with fellow advertising professionals, business owners, and creatives in a casual and friendly environment; Liquid Libations: Enjoy a selection of signature cocktails, as well as craft beer and wine, from Art Ovation’s extensive menu; Door Prizes: Attendees will have the chance to win exciting door prizes, including industry-related goodies and merchandise. As the advertising landscape continues to evolve, the AAF Suncoast Chapter remains committed to fostering a strong sense of community and promoting excellence within the industry. The Member Mixer is just one of the many events organized by the chapter to provide valuable opportunities for learning, growth, and collaboration. Interested individuals can also learn more about becoming a member of AAF Suncoast and the benefits it offers by visiting aaf-suncoast.com/become-a-member. 

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[Antisemitism]  Temple Sinai at the Forefront of Fighting Antisemitism

After witnessing the most horrific terrorist attacks in Israel’s history, the fight against hate is more important than ever. In a commitment to combating the scourge of antisemitism and promoting understanding and unity, Temple Sinai has joined the esteemed organization, Kulanu: Synagogues in Action Against Antisemitism. Organized by the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), this endeavor underscores the urgency of actively addressing the deep-seated issue of antisemitism through education, community engagement, and advocacy. By aligning with Kulanu, Temple Sinai will embark on an eight-month journey beginning this month that empowers congregations to stand up against hate, foster dialogue, and build bridges of understanding within their communities. Kulanu is Hebrew for “all of us.” Participants join a network of congregations to build bridges of understanding across communities. ADL will prepare Temple Sinai with resources to develop and implement engaging and impactful programming through the exclusive Kulanu initiative inspiration library, interactive webinars with ADL experts, and guidance from professionals. This is ADL’s second year of the program. As a Kulanu synagogue, Temple Sinai will learn how to have critical conversations about antisemitism and other forms of bigotry and cultivate the tools to fight such hate.This includes establishing a dedicated programming oversight group, encouraging reporting of incidents to ADL, launching two community initiatives, engaging in Kulanu webinars, participating in a community of practice, and sharing program impact upon completion. Chazzan Cliff Abramson says, “We deserve to live in a world devoid of hate. Temple Sinai is proud to join Kulanu to combat antisemitism all over the world and especially Israel, through unity, solidarity, and education. We seek partnerships with like-minded congregations, driven by the goal expressed simply by the late Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks who said ‘I don’t need you to agree with me, I need you to care about me!’” Members of Temple Sinai’s Kulanu committee are: Chazzan Abramson, Andrea Eiffert (Staff Liaison), David Kaufman, Cindy Nash, Michelle Portnow-Rivas, Holly Schirtzer, Patty Schreiber, and Bob Steiner. For information, visit templesinai-sarasota.org or contact Andrea Eiffert at aeiffert@templesinai-sarasota.org. For more information on Kulanu, visit adl.org/apply-kulanu. 

[Law Enforcement]  Local Law Enforcement Partner with SPARCC for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

As part of its ongoing commitment to promoting safety and support for survivors of domestic violence, Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) is proud to announce a unique collaboration with local law enforcement agencies during the month of October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). In an effort to shine a light on the importance of addressing domestic violence in our community, SPARCC has partnered with the Sarasota Police Department, Venice Police Department, North Port Police Department, and Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. Together, they will proudly display ribbon magnets on their patrol cars throughout the month of October. These magnets bear the messages 'Stop Domestic Violence' and 'Support Survivors,' serving as powerful symbols of unity and commitment to ending domestic violence in our community. Jessica Hays, SPARCC President & CEO, expressed enthusiasm about this initiative, stating, “This collaboration underscores the vital role that law enforcement agencies play in raising awareness about domestic violence and supporting survivors. These magnets reflect our community's collective effort to stand against domestic violence, showing survivors that they are not alone in their journey towards safety and healing.” The ribbon magnets serve as a visual reminder that domestic violence affects individuals and families across all demographics. They also support those affected by this issue and encourage individuals to seek help. During DVAM, SPARCC will continue its mission to provide a safe haven and promote empowerment, awareness, and social change to end domestic and sexual violence. The organization invites community members to join the cause by using the hashtags #DVAM and #SupportSPARCC on social media, sharing their support, and attending DVAM awareness events. For more information about SPARCC and their DVAM activities, please follow SPARCC Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SPARCC/.  

[Recognition]  SCSO Earns 100% Compliance in Accreditation

Sheriff Kurt A. Hoffman is pleased to announce that the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office (SCSO) has been re-accredited by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA). The agency received its official notification at the commission's general meeting on October 5 in Sanibel, FL. A team of assessors from the commission evaluated many aspects of the sheriff’s office, including its policies, management, operations, and support services, in August of this year. Assessors determined SCSO to be in compliance with all 235 applicable standards and, in the recommendation for re-accreditation, commended the agency for ten flawless onsite visits in a row and the fifth time receiving the Excelsior Award. In addition to this CFA law enforcement accreditation, Sarasota County's Correctional Facility is also accredited by the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission (FCAC), while the facilities' medical services are accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC). The agency's Public Safety Communications Section is accredited for law enforcement dispatch by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and for medical and fire communications by the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED). The agency's Property and Evidence Section is accredited by the International Association for Property and Evidence (IAPE), and finally, the drug lab received its accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).  

[Friends of Manatee County Animal Services]  "Friendsgiving" - A Dessert and Wine Auction

Get tickets for Friendsgiving…A Dessert and Wine Auction - Saturday, November 11th, 6:00-10:00 pm at IMG Golf Club, 4350 El Conquistador Parkway, Bradenton. It is going to be a fun-filled evening with live and silent auctions of locally made, delicious desserts plus fabulous gift baskets featuring sports packages, spa services, restaurant gift cards, fun excursions plus the famous Wine Pull. Limited seating. $25 tickets include a delicious menu, served buffet style from IMG Chef Rocky Fidelibus. Cash bar. Local celebrity Bob Slicker, Slicker’s Eatery owner, will be the auctioneer. It is going to be a fun evening! Benefits local shelter animals.  

Saturday, November 11th, 6:00- 10:00 pm at IMG Golf Club, 4350 El Conquistador Parkway, Bradenton.

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[Announcement]  LeeSar/CSF Announces New President and CEO, Celebrates Retiring CEO's Legacy

LeeSar and Cooperative Services of Florida, Inc. (CSF), leaders in the health care supply chain industry, are pleased to announce the appointment of John Streger as the new President and CEO effective November 20, 2023.  Streger has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare supply chain and group purchasing arena and brings a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record of success to LeeSar/CSF. Prior to this appointment, Streger was on the leadership team at Vizient, the nation’s largest provider-driven healthcare performance improvement company, serving in two capacities: VP of Strategic Sourcing Partnerships & Programs and CEO for the regional group purchasing organization (GPO) covering 10 states in the Midwest. Streger will succeed Bob Boswell, who is retiring after six years of exceptional leadership and dedication to the organization and an impressive healthcare career spanning more than 45 years. “As LeeSar/CSF prepares for this important leadership transition, the Board would also like to express its deep appreciation for Bob’s remarkable contributions during his tenure,” said Sarasota Memorial Health Care System President and CEO David Verinder, who serves as chairman of the board for LeeSar, Inc. and Cooperative Services of Florida, Inc.  “We are confident that John is the right choice to continue LeeSar/CSF’s tradition of excellence and Bob’s legacy of commitment to clinically integrated, value-based care. Surrounded by our experienced and skilled executive team and associates, John’s leadership will provide a smooth transition and the vision and skill necessary for continued growth.”


[SRQIST]  Glass Half Full
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

GLASS HALF FULL | Hamilton star Jonathan Kirkland talks about his career and what it means for him to give back, October 2023.


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[SOON]  GALA: SRQ Together We Roar 8th Annual Together We Roar Leadership and Awards Luncheon , October 27, 10:30am-1:30pm
SRQ Media will present the 2023 Trailblazer Award to Paulina Porizkova, model and author of No Filter: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful, and an advocate for celebrating women of every age. The luncheon celebration will also include a Pop Up Boutique Salon featuring fabulous gifts from Camilyn Beth, PAINT Nail Bar, Saks Fifth Avenue, Discover Sarasota Tours Gift Shop and BookStore1 among others. Blair Bloomston of Game On Nation will present an energizing, interactive motivational leadership session followed by the highly anticipated announcement of the 2023 SRQ Women Who Roar Competition Honorees. To purchase your online tickets to the SRQ Women Who Roar Leadership and Awards Luncheon and for more details on the program, visit https://www.srqmagazine.com/2023/TogetherWeRoar.
[SOON]  BUSINESS: Tax Efficient Planning for Business Owners , October 25, 12 to 1 pm
This webinar will be focused on tax-efficient financial planning. We will dive into various strategies that business owners can utilize to lower their taxable income through investment strategies, employee benefits and how different accounts and structures can not only incentivize employees but also lower your tax exposure. We will conclude with tax-efficient distribution planning for the personal finances of business owners and an emphasis on 3 cornerstones of financial planning, cash, risk, and wealth management. Free, online webinar. score.org/manasota.
[SOON]  FOOD: Thought for Food, Thinking Critically About Food, Nutrition and Agriculture , October 25, 6:30-8pm
Many fantastical claims are made about our food and how it is produced. Some are accurate, some are half-truths, some are outright lies. Join us to learn tools and principles to think more critically about our food and food production, and where to go to get unbiased, research-based information. Register now to save your seat, only through ufsarasotaext.eventbrite.com. Twin Lakes Park, 6700 Clark Rd., Sarasota.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Suncoast Science Center and Faulhaber Fab Lab Halloween Workshop , October 21 – October 22, 1-7pm

Enter–if you dare–as the Suncoast Science Center and Faulhaber Fab Lab opens its doors for its annual Halloween Workshop. Workshop attendees will learn how to create or find a custom design to be etched onto a pumpkin using the Fab Lab's high-tech laser engraver. New this year, guests will also learn how to solder their own circuit board LED flashlight, perfect for illuminating your trick or treating pathway! Explore Halloween with a spooky STEM twist while spending quality time as a family. Bonus, an engraved pumpkin lasts much longer than a carved pumpkin in the Florida heat! No experience is required, and all ages are welcome to learn and explore at the workshop. Hour-long sessions are available from 2-7pm on Saturday, October 21 and from 1-4pm on Sunday, October 22, at the Fab Lab at 4452 S Beneva Road, Sarasota. Up to three guests may attend per $45 registration. Registration includes one laser-engraved pumpkin and one LED flashlight. Please reserve multiple slots if more children or adults would like to attend. The Halloween workshop sells out every year, so reserve your spot now! To learn more and register for the workshop, visit suncoastscience.org/classes-workshops.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Sarasota Pride Festival , October 21, 12pm-5pm

Project Pride SRQ, the regions leading LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated Sarasota Pride, scheduled to take place on October 21st, 2023, in the heart of the Rosemary District along Boulevard of the Arts and Florida Ave. Sarasota Pride has been dedicated to celebrating diversity, promoting inclusivity, and supporting the LGBTQ+ community for many years. The annual outdoor festival has become a beloved tradition, bringing together individuals, families, and allies from across Sarasota and beyond for a day of entertainment, education, and unity. This year’s festival promises to be the biggest and most vibrant yet, with an exciting lineup of events and activities that will appeal to attendees of all ages and backgrounds. Highlights of the Sarasota Pride Outdoor Festival include main stage entertainment, a food and beverage village, community resource fair, art and craft vendors and a community pride bike rally. Sarasota Pride will take place from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend. https://www.ppsrq.org.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Nick Carter Fall Tour at Van Wezel , October 20, 8pm

Fresh off the success of another Backstreet Boys world tour, beloved pop icon Nick Carter is proud to bring his Who I Am U.S. fall tour to the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Friday, October 20, 2023 at 8:00 p.m. The tour will mark Carter’s return to the stage as a solo artist after seven years, with the singer-songwriter set to perform tracks from his solo catalog–along with select Backstreet Boys favorites and new solo music–for audiences across the United States. I am so thrilled to embark on this new tour, says Nick Carter. The solo music I’ve released over the years has been a powerful outlet for me, an authentic expression of who I really am, and I look forward to sharing that with fans throughout this tour, while debuting new music and creating new memories together. Tickets start at $55 and can be purchased at VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726.

[SOON]  FOOD: School of Hospitality and Tourism Management All-Inclusive Dining Event , October 17 – November 14, 6-8pm

The public is invited to enjoy an elegant night out at the Powel Crosley Estate, where Sarasota-Manatee students will deliver an unforgettable hospitality experience from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 17. The event promises to delight guests with a gourmet spread, including risotto, salmon, steak, dessert and an opportunity to customize their own “potato martini” with sautéed Spanish onions, roasted garlic confit, apple smoked bacon and other savory toppings. A second dinner will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 14 at the same location. The semi-annual dinner series is an opportunity for students in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to gain hands-on experience in designing, preparing and executing an all-inclusive dining event. “This will be a dynamic learning experience for all of them,” said Joe Askren, a professor of instruction in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, who, along with his colleague Angad Dang, will assist the students throughout the night. “We look forward to showcasing our students’ skills at these events.” Visit usf.to/taste to purchase tickets.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Working Conditions at The Ringling , August 26 – March 3, varied times

Explore labor through The Ringlings Working Conditions photography exhibit, running until March 3, 2024. The Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries radically changed the nature of human labor. That era is defined by a global shift from producing goods by hand to manufacturing by machines and technologies that emphasized efficiency. Working Conditions explores the myriad ways in which photographs have communicated ideas about labor since the nineteenth century through examples from The Ringlings photography permanent collection. For more information, visit ringling.org.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Jazz Thursdays , July 13 – December 14, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Join Sarasota Art Museum for Jazz Thursdays featuring live jazz music, contemporary art, and sips and bites from Bistro. Hosted by the Jazz Club of Sarasota. Jazz Thursday happens on the second Thursday of each month, 5:30-8 p.m. Galleries, Bistro, and SHOP open. FREE for Members, $20 for Not-Yet Members.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sights and Sounds at Waterside Place , July 28 – May 31, 6 to 9 p.m.

Head out to Waterside Place for a rocking evening as part of the Lakewood Ranch Sights and Sounds Program. Enjoy a live concert in partnership with Easterseals and EveryoneRocks, featuring artists who are rocking their spectrum. This event is free and open to the public; there is limited seating at the Plaza, but attendees are welcome to bring their own seats. Food and beverages will be available from numerous Waterside Place merchants. For more information on shows, dates, and times, visit lakewoodranch.com/sights-sounds/. Waterside Place, 1560 Lakefront Dr., Sarasota.

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