About Pace Center for Girls
PACE Center for Girls, Inc. is a nationally recognized and research based model that features a balanced emphasis on academics and social services with a focus on the future for middle and high-school aged girls and young women. The foundation of PACE is the gender-responsive culture, providing a safe environment that celebrates girls, services that take into account how girls learn and develop, and staff that understand the lives of girls and can respond to their strengths and challenges. With a demonstrated record of success, PACE uses a holistic, strength-based and asset building model specifically responsive to the needs of girls and which is recognized as among the most effective programs in the country for keeping girls from entering the juvenile justice system.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac in the fantastic community of McGregor Reserve this home is a must see. With almost 3500 square feet the home features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, den, formal living room, family room, formal dining room and bonus room (behind the secret door). Inside the kitchen is a chef's dream with beautiful cherry cabinets, glass mosaic backsplash and a wonderful island. The fridge is even brand new! The family room is a great place to hang out and relax and enjoy views of the custom heated pool and spa. You will love the very unique design, it even includes a bridge over to the hot tub! Outside the covered patio area is great for entertaining and because of the pie shaped lot, the backyard is one of the biggest in the community and it is completely fenced. Some of the custom touches throughout the home include double tray ceilings and mosaic tile in the baths. The open layout and split floor plan is wonderful for entertaining and makes the home feel even larger. The master bedroom is a true retreat with a large jetted tub and your own private patio area. Please make your appointment today.
Tara Molloy & Carolyn Conant were excited to be a part of the Women’s Legacy Fund luncheon at St. Charles Yacht Club.
The WLF of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation (SWFLCF) held its annual spring luncheon for its contributors and Prima Donors.
The luncheon began with facilitated discussions on this year’s WLF grant focus areas, which were violence against women, economic empowerment and literacy, so attendees could learn more about the areas up for consideration by the group.
For more information about getting involved, visit the website: http://www.floridacommunity.com/womens-legacy-fund