October 2018

There are 3 blog entries for October 2018.

According to U.S. News, Florida residents can breathe easy knowing they live in the state with the best natural environment in the nation, placing number one overall for drinking water quality, urban air quality, and low pollution health risk.

The World Health Organization states that air pollution is a major environmental health risk, and by living in areas with high air quality, people can reduce the burden of disease from stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic and acute respiratory diseases, and even dementia.

While the sunshine state may be best known for gorgeous beaches, oranges, and Hawaiian-shirted retirees, Florida also leads the country with lowest air and water pollutants. With the sea breeze sweeping over mostly flat terrain in a

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Reaches Condominium is located right in the center of Singer Island, offering its residents 4.2 acres of tropical land with private beach space and amazing views of both the Atlantic Ocean and the deep blue Lake Worth Lagoon. Residents enjoy tons of amenities at Reaches including a salt water oceanfront pool, hot tub and sauna, tennis courts, an indoor racket ball court, billiard rooms, a fitness center, library and much more. The front gate is guarded 24 hours along with the lobby and cars are safely parked under covered areas. Singer Island real estate expert, John Nugent, has 3 units available in Reaches, including a penthouse suite, which have all been recently renovated to fit the newest luxury standards.

Unit 3-A

This 2/2 corner unit

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The beautiful John D. MacArthur Beach State Park on the northern end of Singer Island is a great place to enjoy nature at any time. There's a beach, fishing pier, walking trails, nature center with cool animals and more. On top of that, the "Friends" of the park often host super fun events like concerts and family-fun days as well as educational events like beach clean ups and different guest speaker series. Here's what's planned so far in October:

Saturday, October 13th- Beach Cleanup 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

About: "Ocean trash can entrap and strangle ocean wildlife including endangered sea turtles. Please join us to preserve our water ways. Community service hours will be provided for school aged participants." 

Wednesday, October 17th- Cruisin' Food

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