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Caring for Your Largest Organ

Caring for Your Largest Organ

Health: Caring for the Largest Organ in your Body  Know what it is?              (If you answered “the skin,” you go to the top of the class!) So, what’s its function? There are many, but to mention a few it: Prevents water loss...

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2022 Annual Report

2022 Annual Report

2022 Annual Report2022 was a productive year for The ECCL and the Greater Estero Area. This Annual Report covers the Key Issues Addressed by the organization, Future Developments that are planned, and a Blueprint for Change, including a preview of The ECCL's...

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How to Extend Your Life Expectancy by7 Years!

How to Extend Your Life Expectancy by
7 Years!

Health: How to Extend Your Life Expectancy by 7 Years!                  We are fortunate to live in Southwest Florida and Estero in particular. Given the endless sunny days we experience, many year-round outdoor activities...

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The Vaccines You Need to Consider Seriously Receiving

The Vaccines You Need to Consider Seriously Receiving

HealthThe Vaccines you Need to Consider Seriously Receiving - Now.Hurricane Ian devastated SW Florida, and our hearts go out to all those who suffered! Although we were more fortunate than many, many residents, especially those living in West Broadway Estero, are...

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Charting the Future of the ECCL

Charting the Future of the ECCL

The ECCL is pleased to provide the 4th quarter’s Greater Estero Community Report (GECR) for 2022. This report focuses on the research and planning used to choose our future action priorities and how we are changing how we represent those priorities to the...

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