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Jason’s Deli Program Supports Community Charities


gram, celebrating a decade in Naples, by supporting 10 area charities and offering a special prize to customers. The restaurant will donate 10 percent of all sales from 4 to 9 p.m. every Tuesday, through November 19, to charitable organizations. Cus- tomers that donate $1 to each week’s select charity will be eligible to win a catered event for 10 people. Organizations that benefit include PACE Center for Girls, Collier; Champions For Learning; Laces of Love Charitable Foundation; The Shelter for Abused Women & Children; ABLE Academy; Angels Undercover of Collier County; The Salvation Army, Collier; and Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County. NAMI of Collier County and Meals of Hope were supported in September.


J “Community support has helped us reach this mile-


stone,” says Diana Willis, owner-operator of Jason’s Deli of Southwest Florida. “Our celebration to help the community acknowledges that appreciation and support.”


Location: 2700 Immokalee Rd. For more information, call 239-985-7215 or visit JasonsDeli.com.


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In early September, the U.S. Department of Transporta- tion confirmed plans to provide the Lee County Metropoli- tan Planning Organization $10,473,000 for the Lee County Complete Streets initiative. The project will include a mix of bi- cycle, pedestrian and transit im- provements around the county. The funds will go toward


improvements on the bi-county connector along the LINC route, the University Loop, the Treeline Connector and the Tour de Parks, and improving bicycle and pedestrian condi- tions throughout the county.


For more information, call 239-334-6417 or visit BikeWalkLee.org.


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