Investing in the Captiva and Sanibel real estate market is an investment in the simple luxury of everyday life in the sun as well as annual events and activities that keep friends and families coming back.
Here is a brief summary of a few activities from the past week:
USA Today published a list of “The best one-tank road trips for the summer” and included Sanibel island as one of the best Southwest Florida day trip destinations. The newspaper cited Sanibel as an island of extensive natural preserves, plentiful shell collecting, and pristine beaches. No matter what, the article adds, “In truth, anyone with a heartbeat will instantly fall in love with Sanibel Island …”
The Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club announced that the past 12 months have seen the greatest growth in membership to date. The Rotary chapter has continue to grow since it was founded and for all interested the group will continue to meet in the Dunes Golf and Tennis Club on Sanibel every Friday at 7 am.
The Sanibel Sea School hosted the first ever program for special needs individuals from the Community Homes and Hearts of Cape Coral in order to introduce them to the energy of the sea. The Island Reporter stated, “The counselors from the Sea School ran three water activities, which included paddling a surfboard, snorkeling and dip-netting. For the majority of the members, it was the first time experiencing all of them.” Truly, this is the greatest gift the island can provide: welcoming others into an exciting relationship with the water all around.
There is one more event that I wanted to share, but it’s more than a week ago. During all the Fourth of July activities, I forgot to mention that the Sanibel Captiva Community Bank contributed $1,500 to the Sanibel-Captiva Optimist Club to further their mission of encouraging area youth with “hope and positive vision” according to the Naples Daily News. Hope everyone has a positive weekend 🙂