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June 8, 2020 10:54 am Published by

CABIN FEVER Joan the Shopper finds gifts for Father’s Day (June 21) in some newly opened Ocean Reef stores By Joan Birsh Isn’t it lovely that at Ocean Reef you can now don a mask, hop in your cart and... Read More »

Market News & Views

June 1, 2020 10:06 am Published by

Market News & Views By Gertrude Mann The Cheese Lover Good news for all cheese aficionados! The Market hosts a new purveyor – The Cheese Lover. Rosa Perez is the owner, and her business sells only in the Keys. The... Read More »

A Mother’s Day Whodunit

May 27, 2020 11:36 am Published by

A Mother’s Day Whodunit By Terry Baxter Jane Silverman gave me a jolt when she posted on Facebook that an anonymous gal sent her an orchid on Mother’s Day with a note saying “All You Need Is Love.” Sweet. Sweet... Read More »

Start Reading Now

May 13, 2020 3:57 pm Published by

Start Reading Now For Next Season’s Campus at the Cultural Center It seems like everybody is talking about sharing good books to read, and it looks like this is going to be the summer for really getting to it, so... Read More »

Going the Distance

May 11, 2020 11:27 am Published by

Going the Distance By Jody Steele The Academy at Ocean Reef is well in to Distance Learning at all grade levels from PreKindergarten through Eighth Grade. Jerome Murphy, Head of School, explained how the students began on March 24th and... Read More »

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

May 1, 2020 10:24 am Published by

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Ocean Reef presents grant to Friends of John Pennekamp By Holly Houser, Ocean Reef Press Editorial Assistant Last month, Ocean Reef Club, Ocean Reef Community Association, Ocean Reef Conservation Association, and the Rod & Gun Club presented... Read More »

Ocean Reef Cats – A History Through Today

April 24, 2020 11:14 am Published by

Ocean Reef Cats – A History Through Today By Holly Houser, Ocean Reef Press Editorial Assistant Imagine driving through the Front Gate or even down your own street and seeing 80+ feral cats roaming around. That was the reality at... Read More »