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Archive for March 2011

Florida Orthodontist Doubles as Turtle Shell Repairman

Hello to all of our biggest cyber space supporters! We are extremely grateful for the national recognition our center has received as a result of an AOL News Article that was published on March 28th. The response to our story has been overwhelming! Many of you are familiar with “Andre,” a green sea turtle that…

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Deborah Jaffe Joins Loggerhead Marinelife Center as Director of Development

  After 25 years of living, working, and volunteering in the Palm Beach area, Deborah Jaffe has joined Loggerhead Marinelife Center as Director of Development. The career move marks the first time Jaffe has been employed by a non-profit organization, but her resume showcases a longstanding commitment to building community through volunteer leadership of several…

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Clothing Company vineyard vines® Announces Loggerhead Marinelife Center as Beneficiary of March “Tied to a Cause” Collection

Loggerhead Marinelife Center, based in Juno Beach, FL, is clothing company vineyard vines’ Tied to a Cause partner for the month of March. The non-profit organization promotes conservation of Florida’s coastal ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. Tied to a Cause is vineyard vines’ charitable program that honors different charities…

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4th Annual Lights Out Gala Raises $96,000 for Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Event Serves as Reminder of “Lights Out” Campaign During Sea Turtle Nesting Season Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s premiere fundraiser, the Fourth Annual Lights Out Gala, was held on February 25th and raised $96,000 for the non-profit organization while celebrating the March 1st start of sea turtle nesting season on Florida’s east coast. Named for the worldwide…

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Marinelife Center Gives Important Reminders for Sea Turtle Nesting Season: Nesting Season Begins March 1st

Sea turtle nesting season begins on March 1st on Florida’s east coast. Although the ancient underwater reptile has been swimming the world’s oceans for more than 100 million years, even persisting through the mass dinosaur extinction, its survival today is threatened by human activity. Disturbance of nesting beaches jeopardizes the sea turtles’ survival, including development,…

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