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Repairing Hurricane Damage?

Repairing Hurricane Damage?

Information You Should Know When Looking to Repair Your Home After Hurricane Ian The ECCL has been working hard to assist families suffering hardship and heartbreak following hurricane Ian. The ECCL, which relies on donations to continue its work, has donated $5,000...

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An Amazing Achievement by Estero Students

An Amazing Achievement by Estero Students

An Amazing Achievement by Estero StudentsLEAD Estero is a non-profit that provides scholarships and leadership opportunities for Estero High School students. What’s different is students formed this non-profit to help students. Brothers Jeffrey and Matthew Stevens...

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Why Reducing Speed Matters

Why Reducing Speed Matters

Reducing Speed MattersEspecially in Construction ZonesPrepared by Mark Ruset, ECCL’s Co-Chair, Safety and Transportation Council [1] National Safety Council (NSC) analysis of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) https://safer-america.comTo enhance...

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Adopt a Park

Adopt a Park

Estero Park and Recreation Center Adopt a Park            The ECCL established one of the most successful volunteer programs in Estero history. The ECCL Adopt a Highway Program is staffed by Estero residents. Volunteers from over 30...

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Mental Health and New College Students

Mental Health and New College Students

Mental Health: Important Guidance For Students Entering Higher Education                  In 2019, the last full year we enjoyed before COVID hit, things were already not well. In the article, Dr. Simeone pointed out, “the...

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