Mid-March Member News

Baterbys Art Gallery: Baterbys Art Gallery is hosting a Florida Wildlife Themed Local Artist Competition. The winner will be chosen by Baterbys Fine Art Consultants, with the chance to have his or her artwork featured in our showroom for one year! For more information please visit http://baterbys.com/event/local-artist-competition/.

City of Winter Park: The City of Winter Park has recently been certified as a Tree Line USA® Utility by the National Arbor Day Foundation®. The certification recognizes that Winter Park has met the five requirements for protection and enhancement of community trees including, quality tree care, annual worker training, community tree planting and public education, tree-based energy conservation program and Arbor Day observance.

Rollins College Hamilton Holt School: Know of anyone interested in starting a new career in less than a year? The Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning offers certificate programs such as Paralegal, and Instructional Design. For more details, go to http://www.rollins.edu/evening/rollins-center-lifelong-learning/certificate-programs.html.

Rollins College: In honor of what would have been Fred Rogers’ 87th birthday on March 20, theRollins College Child Development & Student Research Center will host a sweater drive that will benefit the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County and the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida. New and gently used sweaters can be dropped off thru March 22 at various locations at Rollins College, the Winter Park Library and the Winter Park History Museum, which is hosting a weekend exhibition, “Mister Rogers Birthday Party” on March 20 and 21. Both adult and children’s sizes are needed.

Share your news with your fellow members! Submit information about new employees, awards and recognition, new products and services, special promotions and discounts for fellow members for inclusion. Submissions for the next edition of What’s Up Wednesday are due by Monday, April 13. Send information to Erika Spence.

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