Defining Florida’s Quality of Life at 2019 Future of Florida Forum

Arts and culture are vital to the future of Florida, and play a key role in why more than 900 people are moving to Florida every day. Florida’s hidden gems will take center stage during the 2019 Future of Florida Forum as Florida Humanities Executive Director Steve Seibert shares with statewide business leaders how the humanities are helping to define Florida’s quality of life. The Florida Chamber Foundation's Future of

For the Love of Florida: Introducing Lindsey Morrison, FHC Grants Coordinator

As a seventh-generation Floridian growing up on the Gulf Coast, a love for Florida’s diverse cultural heritage and natural landscape runs deep in my soul. If you didn’t know where I was as a kid, you’d only have to look to the nearest longleaf pine forest trail, freshly built fort on a beach, or halfway up a large live oak tree, and there you’d find me! It is this love

For the love of… pickleball?

Florida seniors are not just watching sports, they’re playing in ever-greater numbers By Jon Wilson THE VILLAGES — Pickleball. Come on, is that a serious sport? In a word: Very. But what a name. More on that in a minute. First, consider the racket game’s prodigious popularity. The Sports and Fitness Industry Association estimates up to 2.8 million people play nationwide. In The Villages, a central Florida retirement community, thousands

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