Treasure Coast Happenings

If you are involved with an area non-profit and would like to be featured on Treasure Coast Happenings get in touch with Mike Fitzgerald:  mfitzger@irsc.edu.  

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings Mike will be speaking to Carol Houwaart-Diez about Martin County’s Covid 19 Relief Fund. There is $1.75 million dollars available in the “CARES” act fund to assist Martin County residents with mortgage, rental or utility payments. Learn more this week on Treasure Coast Happenings.

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings join Mike Fitzgerald as he speaks to Bill West and Pete Tesch.  St Lucie County is currently providing economic relief and an infusion of capital to smaller business' that were hard hit in the county during this Covid 19 pandemic.  Find out if your small business qualifies this week on Treasure Coast Happenings.

This week Mike speaks with the American Red Cross about shelters, the corona virus, and flood zones!  Do you know which zones on the Treasure Coast are considered flood zones?  Are you ready to evacuate as we enter the busiest part of the 2020 hurricane season?  Don't miss Treasure Coast Happenings this week on 88.9 WQCS.

This week Mike speaks with Curtis Paulisin about the upcoming Veteran Golf Tournament and Business Expo with all proceeds going towards locating and relocating homeless veterans and assisting veterans in need. For information about the golf tournament visit VVIRC.org/events or call 772 794 0005

Virtual Town Hall Meetings planned for St.Lucie County

Jul 16, 2020

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings you can Join Mike Fitzgerald with special guest Sheila Thomas as they discuss virtual Town Hall meetings for St. Lucie County, this will offer you the opportunity talk with candidates, submit questions all while safely distancing yourself during this Covid 19 pandemic.   To sign up to attent these forums contact Sheila at Voteakaeeo@gmail.com

This week on Treasure Happenings Mike will be speaking with Nancy McCarthy of the United Way of Martin County about the new school year, how education may look different in the wake of Covid-19 along with the need for school supplies and the financial burdens that many families are going through regarding expenses.

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings Mike speaks with Logan Spacek from the American Red Cross about…

  1. Hurricane Season
  2. Emergency Shelters
  3. Emergency Contact Information
  4. Safety Procedures during a storm
  5. Our Animals

Join us and get informed this hurricane season with 88.9 WQCS

Join Mike Fitzgerald and Detective Mazanoski of the St. Lucie County Sherriff's Department and they’ll share information about unscrupulous con artists that are taking advantage of those with Covid 19 or family members. 

Pandemics, lockdown, unemployment, police and political unrest, this can be very overwhelming for people.  The week on Treasure Coast Happenings we will speak with Dr. Nicholas Coppola of the Mental Health Association of Indian River County about how to deal with all of these issues that may be affecting your health.

Rachel Tennant of the Manatee Center joins us to discuss the observation and educational center and programs for kids this summer. There are three programs which include Eco-Explorers, Ocean Adventures, and Wild Discoveries.

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings join Mike Fitzgerald as he speaks to Maria Tritico of the Lighthouse Art Center Gallery and School of Art as they discuss their summer art program which is designed this year to keep kids safe during the current Corona Virus Pandemic.  Maria will tell us about the summer art box that is delivered to your child and utilizes instructors online.  

American Red Cross Prepares you for Hurricane Season

May 21, 2020

This week on Treasure Coast Happenings Mike speaks with Susan Brodeur of the American Red Cross about Prepping for Hurricane season. Join us as we share with you valuable information on what you'll need in case of an emergency, what to have at hand, and what you'll need to know if you are in an evacuation zone.

Join Mike as he speaks with Lynne Barletta creator and director of the Visionary School of Arts about teaching children five and older about the arts, enjoying different art instructions online and how your children can learn a few tricks about drawing and painting.  Lynne works with the Boys and Girls clubs, and other local children's organizations across the Treasure Coast.

This week we speak with John Nelson of the Audubon Society about 

family "Birding" activities.  Since the virus began more people than ever 

are enjoying this activity.

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