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Your daily dose of levity: Toast to #FloridaHeroes; ‘One Sunrise At a Time’; Portable sinks for those in need

Megan Holmes



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3 Daughters Brewing Company toasts to #FloridaHeroes

Nominate a Florida Hero for a toast! 3 Daughters Brewing announced this week that the brewery will be giving away 50 cases of beer this month to frontline workers.

You can nominate health care workers, first responders, law enforcement officers, grocery store workers, janitors, postal workers and sanitation workers by tagging @3DaughtersBrewing on Facebook or Instagram and @3dbrewing on Twitter. Use the hashtag #FloridaHeroes in social media posts to honor those folks who you think should receive a care package of 3 Daughters brews.

“As all of us join together in fighting this disease, we raise a glass to those who are putting putting their lives on the line to keep ours intact,” said Mike Harting, owner of 3 Daughters Brewing in a statement. “We know that we’ll emerge from this a stronger and even more resilient people, and when that time comes, we’ll celebrate, together again, with cold pints and warm conversation.”

Taking this pandemic ‘One Sunrise at a Time’ and supporting St. Pete Free Clinic

Vampt Co., a St. Petersburg-based marketing agency, in partnership with St. Pete Run Fest and Florida State Graphics, have created a bright, lively yard sign to remind St. Pete residents that “with each new dawn brings awakening and a fresh opportunity for happiness, peace and healing.”

In an effort to keep the community connected, while 6 feet apart, the sign brings an encouraging message to St. Pete neighborhoods. The proceeds of each sign, priced at $15, goes directly to St. Petersburg Free Clinic. Just a small portion is taken for printing costs. The St. Petersburg Free Clinic provides food, shelter and health care to Pinellas County residents in need.

See more information and order your sign here: https://one-sunrise.square.site/

Reach St. Pete is installing portable sinks for homeless residents of St. Petersburg

Reach St. Pete, a nonprofit that works to prevent and eliminate homelessness, is doing their part to help those in need during the Covid-19 pandemic. Reach St. Pete has been approved by The City Of St.Petersburg to install portable sinks for homeless individuals. They will install their first sink April 17 at Williams Park. Other portable sinks will be available at homeless shelters throughout the country to provide access to hand-washing to the most vulnerable members of our community.


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We’ve got some portable hand washing stations coming in! The City Of St.Pete has allowed us to put these out at parks…

Posted by Reach Services – Reach St.Pete on Thursday, March 26, 2020



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