Kelly Jadon is a freelance writer, speaker and poet; she has been mentioned in books, online and at MD Anderson regarding her work. Her feature stories are syndicated to online news outlets (BlogCritics, Digital Journal, and in the past to McClatchy-Tribune, Fox News, Reuters, etc.) and print newspapers. She writes the syndicated column “Hometown Heroes,” which is read both online and in print on Florida’s Treasure Coast.
Stacy Efinger, a trained teacher and veteran homeschool mother has spent 15 years overseeing and teaching her children’s education. She is a modern pioneer in the Florida home school movement.Read More →
Hometown Hero Brett Jenkins is a Special Olympics Florida surf coach that helped take the team to Cocoa Beach, Florida in 2014.Read More →
Sergeant Thomas Smith—at the Martin County Sheriff’s Office on the Treasure Coast in South Florida – grew up in Palm City, Florida and graduated from Martin County High School. A local, he ran a lawn mowing business in high school and paid his own way through the police academy. A law enforcement veteran, he has been a Sheriff’s deputy for 18 years.Read More →
Dreams still come true. Major Jenell Atlas recently retired from Florida’s Martin County Sheriff’s Office after a 26-year career. She was the first female to ever achieve the rank of Major and the first female captain ever placed over the Indiantown substation.Read More →