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Lori Hagey
MARKETING, EVENTS, SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST
EMAIL: LORIH427@YAHOO.COM
MOBILE: 954.593.9615
Media Coverage and
In-Kind Advertising
Media Coverage – Yappy Hour
September 2016
http://www.mysuncoast.com/live_stream/
Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament
May 2016
http://www.mysunco
ast.com/news/local/t
eenpreneur-presents-
check-to-mote-
marine-for-sea-
turtles/article_a809e
638-54a7-11e6-b83f-
238dea074cbd.html
Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament
May 2016
http://www.mysuncoast.com/news/local/teen-raises-money-for-mote-and-easter-seals-through-
golf/article_bf7d6a86-160b-11e6-bd80-f7fa4b016298.html
Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament
May 2016
Media Coverage – Light It Up Blue
April 2016
In-Kind Advertising
Mini Golf Tournament
In-Kind Advertising
Un-Forked
Media Mentions
http://www.srqmagazine.com/srq-daily/2016-07-14/4393_BBandT-Selects-Easter-Seals-Southwest-
Florida
http://www.srqmagazine.com/srq-daily/2016-10-18/4974_LWR-Community-Fund-Awards-Grant-to-
Easter-Seals
Media Mentions
Event Photos
Un-Forked
An event done in partnership with USF
to highlight Easter Seals organic herb garden
$7,000 raised
Un-Forked
An event done in partnership with USF
to highlight Easter Seals organic herb garden
$7,000 raised
Light It Up Blue
Done is partnership with
Lakewood Ranch’s Music on Main
$8,000
raised
Light It Up Blue
Done is partnership with
Lakewood Ranch’s Music on Main
Turtle Inc. Mini Golf Tournament
Done is partnership with
Mote Marine Laboratory
$15,000
raised
Turtle Inc. Mini Golf Tournament
Done is partnership with
Mote Marine Laboratory
$15,000
raised
Yappy Hour
Done is partnership with Bayside Pet Resort
and Manatee Agricultural Museum to
help kickoff the Giving Challenge 2016
$65,000
Raised
Yappy Hour
Done is partnership with Bayside Pet Resort
and Manatee Agricultural Museum to
help kickoff the Giving Challenge 2016
70th Anniversary Celebration
Projected Net Income:
$200,000
Silent Auction and Raffles
ORGANIZATION/INDIVIDUAL
GIVING DONATION VALUE
Tortuga Inn 2 night stay $365
Barre 3
3 month membership with
Swag $525
Bayside Pet Resort 3 Night Stay $200
Blue Bird Cove - NC Vacation
Home TBD
Bucs Autographed Football $500
Café Baci $200 Gift Card $200
Caragiulos 50 Gift Certificate $50
Carats
Borrowed 20K Jewerly
Donation $500
Cine Bistro 6 Tickets and $75 Gift Card $200
Classico Gift Card $100
Crayola Experience 2 Tickets $40
Diana Buchanan 2 Purses orange and Blue $100
Empire Ballroom 2 Private Lessons and 1 Group $200
Eyelash Extensions One Application $100
Founders Club Foursome of Golf $300
Fresh Salon Spa Basket $250
Gold Coast Eagle Yacht $2,500
Innovative Dining Catering for John's boat for 18 $1,500
Kameron Hodgens 2 Rays tickets with parking pass $200
Lilly Pulitzer Bracelets and Jewl box $100
Mary Gratehouse Boat for 12 $1,000
Meadow's Country Club
Foursome Highlands and
Foursome Groves $800
Michael's on East Catered Sunset Crusie for 10 $1,000
Pirates Spring Training Tickets
4 tickets and on-field pirates
batting practice experience $500
PRP Inhome Wine Tasting
2/ 12 person in-home wine
tasting $600
Ritz Carlton Sarasota
2 Night Stay with Breakfast at
Jack Dusty $1,178
Salon on Palm Blowout and Hair Style $75
Sarasota Ford 2 year Lease on Mustang Convertible
$1
0,
00
0
Sarasota Plastic Surgery
Facial and Body
Rejuvenation Kit $350
Siesta Key Beach Side Villa 2 Night Stay $430
Suncoast Exotics 10 person sunset cruise $1,000
Suncoast Pet Inside cover Feature $475
SUP Sarasota Paddle Board Lessons $70
Synovus Spoorts Gift Basket $500
University of Florida
University of Florida Gift
Certificate $25
Vizato Gift Card $300
Sponsors
Name Income Level
Kaiserman 50000 Platinum
Ginger Judge 50000 Platinum
Najmy Thompson 10000 Gold
Elaine Gustafson & Family 10000 Gold
Dolphin Aviation 10000 Gold
Senator Bill Galvano 10000 Gold
Gulf Coast Community
Foundation 10000 Gold
Sarasota Ford IK 10000
Gold
Raffle
Air & Energy 7500 Silver
BB&T 5000 Sapphire
Sun Hydraulics 5000 Sapphire
Nick & Danielle Gladding 5000 Sapphire
Kerkering Barberio 5000 Sapphire
Mariash & Lowther 2500 Ruby
Northern Trust 2500 Ruby
Blalock Walters 2500 Ruby
LECOM 2500 Ruby
LaVerne Green 2500 Ruby
Dr. Anthony Ferretti 1000 Client
Tom & Tiffany Waters 1000 Client
John & Fran LaCivita 1000 Client
Kristin Jensen 1000 Client
Mark & Tonna Clark, 1000 Client
John & Tompi Vita 1000 Client
Paul & Julie Klick III 1000 Client
Brock & Julie Leach 1000 Client
Endicott College 1000 Client
Herald Tribune (in-kind) 0 IK 9800
Sarasota Magazine (in-kind) 0 IK 13800
107.9 iHeart Media 0 IK 5010
Press Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2/18/2016
Lori Hagey
Easter Seals of Southwest Florida
350 Braden Ave.
Sarasota, FL. 34243
Lhagey@EasterSeals-SWFL.Org
Easter Seals Students and Tim Tebow Shine Bright Like a Diamond
Tim Tebow Foundation "Night to Shine" prom
SARASOTA, FL (February 18, 2016) — The Tim Tebow Foundation gave the students of Easter
Seals Southwest Florida one more reason to shine this Valentine’s Day. The football star and
sports commentator partnered with Bayside Community Church in Bradenton and more than 200
other churches worldwide to host “Night to Shine.” The annual event gives people with special
needs ages 16 and older the opportunity to have an unforgettable prom experience.
Easter Seals students were among the more than 80 prom attendees from the special needs
community in the Sarasota and Bradenton counties that attended “Night to Shine.” Guests were
given the royal treatment, arriving my stretched limo, complete with an entourage of supporters,
photographers and a red carpet. Once they got inside, they were treated to hair and makeup,
shoe shining stations, and either a corsage or a boutonniere. There was karaoke and dancing,
and every single guest was crowned king or queen.
Volunteers from all over southwest Florida served as prom dates to each and every person
attending the glamorous evening affair. While Tebow himself was not able to attend this
particular “Night to Shine,” he did have this to say.
“We are so excited to be able to create this opportunity for thousands of people around the
country with special needs.” “This event perfectly fits our mission to bring faith, hope and love
to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.”
Each year “Night to Shine” brings together more than 70,000 volunteers and 30,000 honored
guests to share an amazing prom experience on the same night around the world.
Easter Seals Southwest Florida is proud to service over 500 children and adults with disabilities.
Easter Seals programs service people of all abilities and ages. The organization and its staff are
committed to remaining a leader in special needs services by offering individuals and their
families the resources and support they need to lead a more independent lifestyle.
###
Bark Your Calendar for a Farm Themed “Yappy Hour”
Benefiting Easter Seals Southwest Florida and Manatee Agricultural Museum
Sarasota, Florida July 19, 2016 - Bark your calendar and join Easter Seals Southwest Florida, Manatee
Agricultural Museum and Bayside Pet Spa for a happy hour that is sure to be a dog-gone good time. Bring
your pampered pooch to Easter Seals Southwest Florida on September 20th
for a farm themed “Yappy
Hour.” People and their pups will enjoy complimentary food, wine, nail trims and pet primping. A pet
photographer will be onsite to photograph you and your four legged friend(s). Custom pet portraits
painted by Easter Seals students will be available for special order.
The canine celebration is part of the 2016 Giving Challenge, a 24hour online fundraiser for participating
nonprofits in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Yappy Hour festivities begin at 5:30pm in the Easter Seals
parking lot located at 350 Braden Ave, in Sarasota.
About Easter Seals Southwest Florida:
Easter Seals Southwest Florida is proud to service over 500 children and adults with disabilities. Easter
Seals programs service people of all abilities and ages. The organization and its staff are committed to
remaining a leader in special needs services by offering individuals and their families the resources and
support they need to lead a more independent lifestyle.
About Manatee Agricultural Museum
The mission of Manatee Agricultural Museum is to preserve, share and educate the community about
Manatee County's agricultural heritage and to support local agriculture today and into the future.
About Bayside Pet Spa
Bayside Pet Resort & Spa is a luxury pet resort offering 5-Star amenities to our canine and feline guests
with state-of-the-art accommodations, supervised doggie daycare and a wide array of grooming services
Easter Seals Yappy Hour is in partnership with: Community Foundation of Sarasota, Manatee Community Foundation, Patterson
Foundation, Knight Foundation, Herald Tribune and William G. Marie Selby Foundation.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/12/2015
Lori Hagey
Easter Seals of Southwest Florida
350 Braden Ave.
Sarasota, FL. 34243
Lhagey@EasterSeals-SWFL.Org
Easter Seals of Southwest Florida Presents Un-Forked: A “Grazing” Event
A Farm to Table Tasting Experience
Sarasota, FL (October 12, 2015): Easter Seals of Southwest Florida presents: Un-Forked: A
“Grazing” Event featuring local restaurants and food vendors highlighting locally grown produce,
herbs and beverages. The farm to table-like event will take place on the Easter Seals campus
where the nonprofit’s Academy Farms will feature their freshly harvested herbs and vegetables.
Attendees will enjoy an assortment of dishes infused with organic herbs such as purple basil and
cilantro. All dishes will be “Un-Forked” and utensil free.
The event is in partnership with the Hospitality Society of University of South Florida Sarasota-
Manatee and FFA (Future Farmers of America) students from Palmetto High School. Graduate
students from the university’s culinary school will be providing everything from pork sliders to
rice pilau and tomato soup shooters, while Palmetto High School students will be preparing
lettuce wraps and homemade dressings. Familiar names like Michael’s on East and Anna Maria
Oyster Bar will also be on hand providing their own unique dishes.
Jannon Pierce, Director of Marketing and Development said, “This little seed of an idea has
attracted far reaching and diverse partnerships for our community. The goal of this event is to
increase awareness of Easter Seals, its programs and that of our partners, while also providing a
unique, healthy and interactive way to spend your evening.”
Having been part of the community for nearly 70 years, Easter Seals of Southwest Florida is
committed to remaining a leader in special needs services – an organization to which individuals
and their families can turn to for resources and support with a continuum of care throughout
their lives.
Un-Forked will be held on October 30, 2015 on the Easter Seals campus located at 350 Braden
Avenue. Advanced tickets are $35 and $45 at the door. Tickets can be purchased on the Easter
Seals website: http://easterseals-swfl.org/un-forked-agrazing-event/
For Immediate Release
For More Information:
Lori Hagey
941.355.7637 ext:410
lhagey@easterseals-swfl.org
12 Year Old Philanthropist Partners with Nonprofits to Host Charity Mini Golf Tournament
Benefiting Easter Seals Southwest Florida and Mote Marine Laboratory
Sarasota, Florida May 2, 2016 –12 year old Lexi Mariash and her company Turtle Inc. are hosting their
2nd Annual Miniature Golf Tournament to benefit Easter Seals Southwest Florida and the Sea Turtle
Conservation and Research Program at Mote Marine Laboratory. The event presented by Gulf Coast
Community Foundation and Positive Tracks will take place at Evie’s on the Green on May 14th
and will
raise funds for both the sea turtle program at Mote that coordinates conservation of endangered sea
turtles along 35 miles of Sarasota County beaches, and for Easter Seals programs that help support
disabled children and adults in our community.
Positive Tracks is a national, youth-centric nonprofit that helps Generation Next get active and give back
using the power of sport. The Positive Tracks program plugs into charitable athletic events to double
dollars and amplify awareness generated by ages 23 and under. This year, the organization is again
teaming up with Mote to match youth fundraising for Mote’s Sea Turtle Conservation and Research
program That means that all funding raised for Mote from this tournament will be doubled by Positive
Tracks with support from Gulf Coast Community Foundation.
Lexi Mariash founder of Turtle’s Inc. said “I just want to inspire kids to get involved.”
Mariash’s plan is to not only help fund programs at Mote and Easter Seals, but also encourage today’s
youth to get involved in the community and pay it forward. The ambitious 12 year old hopes the
miniature golf tournament will incentivize young people to get active and give back to the sea!
Tickets are $25 per person or $100 per foursome. Food, drink, goody bag and golf are included. The goal
is to raise $25,000 for Mote Marine Laboratory and Easter Seals Southwest Florida.
For more information please, contact Lori Hagey at (941) 355-7637 ext 410. To purchase tickets please
visit: Turtle’s Inc. Mini Golf Tournament
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  • 1. Lori Hagey MARKETING, EVENTS, SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST EMAIL: LORIH427@YAHOO.COM MOBILE: 954.593.9615
  • 3. Media Coverage – Yappy Hour September 2016 http://www.mysuncoast.com/live_stream/
  • 4. Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament May 2016 http://www.mysunco ast.com/news/local/t eenpreneur-presents- check-to-mote- marine-for-sea- turtles/article_a809e 638-54a7-11e6-b83f- 238dea074cbd.html
  • 5. Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament May 2016 http://www.mysuncoast.com/news/local/teen-raises-money-for-mote-and-easter-seals-through- golf/article_bf7d6a86-160b-11e6-bd80-f7fa4b016298.html
  • 6. Media Coverage – Mini Golf Tournament May 2016
  • 7. Media Coverage – Light It Up Blue April 2016
  • 13. Un-Forked An event done in partnership with USF to highlight Easter Seals organic herb garden $7,000 raised
  • 14. Un-Forked An event done in partnership with USF to highlight Easter Seals organic herb garden $7,000 raised
  • 15. Light It Up Blue Done is partnership with Lakewood Ranch’s Music on Main $8,000 raised
  • 16. Light It Up Blue Done is partnership with Lakewood Ranch’s Music on Main
  • 17. Turtle Inc. Mini Golf Tournament Done is partnership with Mote Marine Laboratory $15,000 raised
  • 18. Turtle Inc. Mini Golf Tournament Done is partnership with Mote Marine Laboratory $15,000 raised
  • 19. Yappy Hour Done is partnership with Bayside Pet Resort and Manatee Agricultural Museum to help kickoff the Giving Challenge 2016 $65,000 Raised
  • 20. Yappy Hour Done is partnership with Bayside Pet Resort and Manatee Agricultural Museum to help kickoff the Giving Challenge 2016
  • 22. Silent Auction and Raffles ORGANIZATION/INDIVIDUAL GIVING DONATION VALUE Tortuga Inn 2 night stay $365 Barre 3 3 month membership with Swag $525 Bayside Pet Resort 3 Night Stay $200 Blue Bird Cove - NC Vacation Home TBD Bucs Autographed Football $500 Café Baci $200 Gift Card $200 Caragiulos 50 Gift Certificate $50 Carats Borrowed 20K Jewerly Donation $500 Cine Bistro 6 Tickets and $75 Gift Card $200 Classico Gift Card $100 Crayola Experience 2 Tickets $40 Diana Buchanan 2 Purses orange and Blue $100 Empire Ballroom 2 Private Lessons and 1 Group $200 Eyelash Extensions One Application $100 Founders Club Foursome of Golf $300 Fresh Salon Spa Basket $250 Gold Coast Eagle Yacht $2,500 Innovative Dining Catering for John's boat for 18 $1,500 Kameron Hodgens 2 Rays tickets with parking pass $200 Lilly Pulitzer Bracelets and Jewl box $100 Mary Gratehouse Boat for 12 $1,000 Meadow's Country Club Foursome Highlands and Foursome Groves $800 Michael's on East Catered Sunset Crusie for 10 $1,000 Pirates Spring Training Tickets 4 tickets and on-field pirates batting practice experience $500 PRP Inhome Wine Tasting 2/ 12 person in-home wine tasting $600 Ritz Carlton Sarasota 2 Night Stay with Breakfast at Jack Dusty $1,178 Salon on Palm Blowout and Hair Style $75 Sarasota Ford 2 year Lease on Mustang Convertible $1 0, 00 0 Sarasota Plastic Surgery Facial and Body Rejuvenation Kit $350 Siesta Key Beach Side Villa 2 Night Stay $430 Suncoast Exotics 10 person sunset cruise $1,000 Suncoast Pet Inside cover Feature $475 SUP Sarasota Paddle Board Lessons $70 Synovus Spoorts Gift Basket $500 University of Florida University of Florida Gift Certificate $25 Vizato Gift Card $300
  • 23. Sponsors Name Income Level Kaiserman 50000 Platinum Ginger Judge 50000 Platinum Najmy Thompson 10000 Gold Elaine Gustafson & Family 10000 Gold Dolphin Aviation 10000 Gold Senator Bill Galvano 10000 Gold Gulf Coast Community Foundation 10000 Gold Sarasota Ford IK 10000 Gold Raffle Air & Energy 7500 Silver BB&T 5000 Sapphire Sun Hydraulics 5000 Sapphire Nick & Danielle Gladding 5000 Sapphire Kerkering Barberio 5000 Sapphire Mariash & Lowther 2500 Ruby Northern Trust 2500 Ruby Blalock Walters 2500 Ruby LECOM 2500 Ruby LaVerne Green 2500 Ruby Dr. Anthony Ferretti 1000 Client Tom & Tiffany Waters 1000 Client John & Fran LaCivita 1000 Client Kristin Jensen 1000 Client Mark & Tonna Clark, 1000 Client John & Tompi Vita 1000 Client Paul & Julie Klick III 1000 Client Brock & Julie Leach 1000 Client Endicott College 1000 Client Herald Tribune (in-kind) 0 IK 9800 Sarasota Magazine (in-kind) 0 IK 13800 107.9 iHeart Media 0 IK 5010
  • 25. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2/18/2016 Lori Hagey Easter Seals of Southwest Florida 350 Braden Ave. Sarasota, FL. 34243 Lhagey@EasterSeals-SWFL.Org Easter Seals Students and Tim Tebow Shine Bright Like a Diamond Tim Tebow Foundation "Night to Shine" prom SARASOTA, FL (February 18, 2016) — The Tim Tebow Foundation gave the students of Easter Seals Southwest Florida one more reason to shine this Valentine’s Day. The football star and sports commentator partnered with Bayside Community Church in Bradenton and more than 200 other churches worldwide to host “Night to Shine.” The annual event gives people with special needs ages 16 and older the opportunity to have an unforgettable prom experience. Easter Seals students were among the more than 80 prom attendees from the special needs community in the Sarasota and Bradenton counties that attended “Night to Shine.” Guests were given the royal treatment, arriving my stretched limo, complete with an entourage of supporters, photographers and a red carpet. Once they got inside, they were treated to hair and makeup, shoe shining stations, and either a corsage or a boutonniere. There was karaoke and dancing, and every single guest was crowned king or queen. Volunteers from all over southwest Florida served as prom dates to each and every person attending the glamorous evening affair. While Tebow himself was not able to attend this particular “Night to Shine,” he did have this to say. “We are so excited to be able to create this opportunity for thousands of people around the country with special needs.” “This event perfectly fits our mission to bring faith, hope and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.” Each year “Night to Shine” brings together more than 70,000 volunteers and 30,000 honored guests to share an amazing prom experience on the same night around the world. Easter Seals Southwest Florida is proud to service over 500 children and adults with disabilities. Easter Seals programs service people of all abilities and ages. The organization and its staff are committed to remaining a leader in special needs services by offering individuals and their families the resources and support they need to lead a more independent lifestyle. ###
  • 26. Bark Your Calendar for a Farm Themed “Yappy Hour” Benefiting Easter Seals Southwest Florida and Manatee Agricultural Museum Sarasota, Florida July 19, 2016 - Bark your calendar and join Easter Seals Southwest Florida, Manatee Agricultural Museum and Bayside Pet Spa for a happy hour that is sure to be a dog-gone good time. Bring your pampered pooch to Easter Seals Southwest Florida on September 20th for a farm themed “Yappy Hour.” People and their pups will enjoy complimentary food, wine, nail trims and pet primping. A pet photographer will be onsite to photograph you and your four legged friend(s). Custom pet portraits painted by Easter Seals students will be available for special order. The canine celebration is part of the 2016 Giving Challenge, a 24hour online fundraiser for participating nonprofits in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Yappy Hour festivities begin at 5:30pm in the Easter Seals parking lot located at 350 Braden Ave, in Sarasota. About Easter Seals Southwest Florida: Easter Seals Southwest Florida is proud to service over 500 children and adults with disabilities. Easter Seals programs service people of all abilities and ages. The organization and its staff are committed to remaining a leader in special needs services by offering individuals and their families the resources and support they need to lead a more independent lifestyle. About Manatee Agricultural Museum The mission of Manatee Agricultural Museum is to preserve, share and educate the community about Manatee County's agricultural heritage and to support local agriculture today and into the future. About Bayside Pet Spa Bayside Pet Resort & Spa is a luxury pet resort offering 5-Star amenities to our canine and feline guests with state-of-the-art accommodations, supervised doggie daycare and a wide array of grooming services Easter Seals Yappy Hour is in partnership with: Community Foundation of Sarasota, Manatee Community Foundation, Patterson Foundation, Knight Foundation, Herald Tribune and William G. Marie Selby Foundation.
  • 27. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/12/2015 Lori Hagey Easter Seals of Southwest Florida 350 Braden Ave. Sarasota, FL. 34243 Lhagey@EasterSeals-SWFL.Org Easter Seals of Southwest Florida Presents Un-Forked: A “Grazing” Event A Farm to Table Tasting Experience Sarasota, FL (October 12, 2015): Easter Seals of Southwest Florida presents: Un-Forked: A “Grazing” Event featuring local restaurants and food vendors highlighting locally grown produce, herbs and beverages. The farm to table-like event will take place on the Easter Seals campus where the nonprofit’s Academy Farms will feature their freshly harvested herbs and vegetables. Attendees will enjoy an assortment of dishes infused with organic herbs such as purple basil and cilantro. All dishes will be “Un-Forked” and utensil free. The event is in partnership with the Hospitality Society of University of South Florida Sarasota- Manatee and FFA (Future Farmers of America) students from Palmetto High School. Graduate students from the university’s culinary school will be providing everything from pork sliders to rice pilau and tomato soup shooters, while Palmetto High School students will be preparing lettuce wraps and homemade dressings. Familiar names like Michael’s on East and Anna Maria Oyster Bar will also be on hand providing their own unique dishes. Jannon Pierce, Director of Marketing and Development said, “This little seed of an idea has attracted far reaching and diverse partnerships for our community. The goal of this event is to increase awareness of Easter Seals, its programs and that of our partners, while also providing a unique, healthy and interactive way to spend your evening.” Having been part of the community for nearly 70 years, Easter Seals of Southwest Florida is committed to remaining a leader in special needs services – an organization to which individuals and their families can turn to for resources and support with a continuum of care throughout their lives. Un-Forked will be held on October 30, 2015 on the Easter Seals campus located at 350 Braden Avenue. Advanced tickets are $35 and $45 at the door. Tickets can be purchased on the Easter Seals website: http://easterseals-swfl.org/un-forked-agrazing-event/
  • 28. For Immediate Release For More Information: Lori Hagey 941.355.7637 ext:410 lhagey@easterseals-swfl.org 12 Year Old Philanthropist Partners with Nonprofits to Host Charity Mini Golf Tournament Benefiting Easter Seals Southwest Florida and Mote Marine Laboratory Sarasota, Florida May 2, 2016 –12 year old Lexi Mariash and her company Turtle Inc. are hosting their 2nd Annual Miniature Golf Tournament to benefit Easter Seals Southwest Florida and the Sea Turtle Conservation and Research Program at Mote Marine Laboratory. The event presented by Gulf Coast Community Foundation and Positive Tracks will take place at Evie’s on the Green on May 14th and will raise funds for both the sea turtle program at Mote that coordinates conservation of endangered sea turtles along 35 miles of Sarasota County beaches, and for Easter Seals programs that help support disabled children and adults in our community. Positive Tracks is a national, youth-centric nonprofit that helps Generation Next get active and give back using the power of sport. The Positive Tracks program plugs into charitable athletic events to double dollars and amplify awareness generated by ages 23 and under. This year, the organization is again teaming up with Mote to match youth fundraising for Mote’s Sea Turtle Conservation and Research program That means that all funding raised for Mote from this tournament will be doubled by Positive Tracks with support from Gulf Coast Community Foundation. Lexi Mariash founder of Turtle’s Inc. said “I just want to inspire kids to get involved.” Mariash’s plan is to not only help fund programs at Mote and Easter Seals, but also encourage today’s youth to get involved in the community and pay it forward. The ambitious 12 year old hopes the miniature golf tournament will incentivize young people to get active and give back to the sea! Tickets are $25 per person or $100 per foursome. Food, drink, goody bag and golf are included. The goal is to raise $25,000 for Mote Marine Laboratory and Easter Seals Southwest Florida. For more information please, contact Lori Hagey at (941) 355-7637 ext 410. To purchase tickets please visit: Turtle’s Inc. Mini Golf Tournament ###