Entries by LifeInNaples

NAPLES SENIOR CENTER NAMES JAFFE AS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

The Naples Senior Center, a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive programs and social services for seniors, announced the appointment of Alan S. Jaffe as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. A resident of Naples, Jaffe has an extensive legal background and has supported the Naples Senior Center for several years. Prior to his retirement, Jaffe was Chairman and […]

Naples Children & Education Foundation Unveils Plans to Construct a Permanent Home

The Naples Children & Education Foundation (NCEF), the founding organization of the highly successful Naples Winter Wine Festival (NWWF), announced it is putting down long-term roots in the community with the construction of a permanent headquarters. The 15,000-square-foot office building will be located on property purchased by NCEF in the Eagle View Professional Park on Goodlette-Frank Road, just north of […]

The Truth is: Wonderful Naples On-The-Gulf

Confucius said that If names are not correct, language will not be in accordance with the truth of things. Dating experts say that good screen names signifies the truth of a person and as such attracts accordingly. There was talk a few years back about changing the name of the city of Naples to “Naples-on-the-Gulf”? […]

Summer Fun at Naples Zoo

by Kelsey Burr, Naples Zoo Marketing Associate While summer isn’t considered ‘season’, Naples Zoo still has plenty of fun events coming up! We strive to have events all year long for local families and visitors from out-of-town. May In May, we celebrate Mother’s Day by offering free admission to all moms with a paid child […]

DAVID FEIGHT 2019 SAM NOE AWARD WINNER

On March 20, the Naples City Council passed a resolution naming David Feight the recipient of the 2019 Sam Noe Award. Mr. Feight has served on the Planning Advisory Board (PAB) since 2013. He was elected Vice-Chair in 2015 and Chair in 2018. Mr. Feight, a native of Bethlehem Pennsylvania, graduated from Penn State University […]

Gala-goers, golfers and supporters gear up

for The Immokalee Foundation’s 2019 Charity Classic events by Noemi Y. Perez Staff, volunteers, donors and students will celebrate “The Magic of Immokalee” on several occasions as The Immokalee Foundation holds its annual Charity Classic events in November. Talented students with great potential but limited resources will see a community come out in support of […]

The Making OF A FESTIVAL

As the 8th Stay inMay Festival gets ready to move into high gear – one wonders how does a festival gets its start? Quite honestly it takes an imagination, an ability to dream dreams, desire to provide quality entertainment in the “offseason”; and a knowledge of the interests and desires of the year round audience. […]

HI-TECH KITCHEN SHOPPING?

by Clay Cox Owner/President – Kitchens by Clay The change in the way I do business from when I started 27 years ago to now is truly remarkable. I remember when my first kitchen design position involved my employer handing me a pager with the instructions that if the code 911 shows up, I am […]

HAIR AND PH

Hair is made up of very strong proteins.Despite the strength of these proteins, chemical processes can weaken the hair and cause breakage. Let’s talk about the pH of chemicals and the damage it can cause. Hair is made up of two main parts. The outer scale-like layer, the cuticle, protects the inner layer, the cortex. […]