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Lehigh’s Daily Grind located Villages of Lehigh, just off Taylor Lane at 1251Taylor Lane #5B behind the American Legion.
Serving homemade (Made from Scratch) breakfast and lunch…. The Lehigh’s Daily Grind is open Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Sundays from 7 a.m. to noon with breakfast.
You don’t need reservations at The Lehigh’s Daily Grind, but they do suggest that if you bring in a big party of a dozen or more people, you may want to call ahead at 239-368-5527. With seating more than 30 people and the owners say diners can also eat outside in the patio.
Margaret Serna and her partner Jason Peppers are the owners of The Lehigh’s Daily Grind and they have said if you print this article and bring it in and purchase a breakfast or lunch entrée and you’ll received a special gift from the homemade bakery department.
Serna is the baker of the scrumptious cakes and pies in their 24 foot dessert show case which you can buy them by the slice or by the whole cake or pie.
Some of the local testimonials so far:
Little hidden treasure in Lehigh Acres. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed! By J Gourley
Check out the desserts! The Elvis peanut butter, chocolate and banana pie is awesome! Mmmm! By S Cahill
“Each day we have different sandwich combinations and specials, all posted when you come in the boards,” Serna said.
Everything here is handmade with love all the breads are baked daily and they use the best roast beef, turkey and chickens for our meals and even ground their own meat for their burgers, no filers in this ground beef.
Check out Lehigh’s Daily Grind Specials on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lehighgrind or call them 239-368-5527. Lehigh’s Daily Grind is located in the Villages of Lehigh, just off Taylor Lane at 1251Taylor Lane #5B behind the American Legion.
Free parking last weekend in July at many Lee County Parks & Recreation sites
Plan now for some time in Lee County parks later this month. Lee County commissioners have designated Saturday, July 26, and Sunday, July 27, as dates during which parking fees will be waived at Lee County-managed boat ramps and regional parks, and admission will be waived at the county’s swimming pools in recognition of National Park and Recreation Month.
Written by Stephanie Carroll Carson, Public News Service – FL
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare, but it happens every summer. Kids suffer heatstroke after being left in hot cars. In some cases, they die. According to Phyllis Larimore, a nurse and car seat safety specialist at Children’s Mercy Hospital, children left in cars can suffer fatal hyperthermia in just minutes, even when outside temperatures are mild. Often, a change in routine is what increases risk. “Children have stopped going to school,” said Larimore. “There’s something new, or someone else is taking them to the daycare. These things happen across all socioeconomic strata, all types of parents.” (more…)
The Dow finally hit 17,000! After a whole week of gingerly tiptoeing to the line, the market finally crossed this mark.
Many see it as just a psychological threshold, but it’s a level U.S. stocks have never seen before and it comes a mere six months after the Dow crossed 16,000.
All three major indexes are up in Thursday trading, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average at an all-time high of 17,054. The S&P 500 is also at a record level, hitting 1,982 for the first time. The teach heavy Nasdaq Composite is up about 0.25%.
U.S. markets closed early today ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend.
Thousands of boaters will be enjoying Florida waters this weekend, but they’re not the only ones. Manatees also are quite common this time of year, as they migrate to their feeding and resting areas for the summer – and getting hit by boats is the leading cause of their injuries and deaths.
Lifelong Florida boater and sailing coach Ian Lineberger said it takes just a little effort to exercise a lot of caution.
“You can see the manatees if you wear a good pair of sunglasses and know what you’re looking for,” he said. “They’re usually a big, dark smudge in the water. If I’m not in a manatee zone and I see a manatee, then I’m going to give them a wide berth and probably slow up a little bit.”
By Lt. Ana Maring, Navy Office of Community Outreach
2011 Lehigh Senior High School graduate and Lehigh Acres, Fla., native is serving on one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).
Airman Jimson Alphonse is an aviation boatswain’s mate (handling) aboard the Norfolk-based ship, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and one of only ten operational aircraft carriers in the Navy today. Named in honor of former President Harry Truman, the carrier is longer than 3 football fields, at nearly 1,100 feet long. The ship is 252 feet wide and weighs more than 100,000 tons. Two nuclear reactors can push the ship through the water at more than 30 mph.
As a 21 year-old with numerous responsibilities, Alphonse said he followed in his brothers footsteps when he joined the military. “It sparked my interest when my brother was stationed in Germany. He talked to me about all the benefits and opportunities,” said Alphonse. ”It meant a lot coming from my brother. He and my mom are really proud of me.”
He also said he is proud of the work he is doing as part of the Truman’s 5,500-member crew, protecting America on the world’s oceans. “We are a ready warship if anything happens, they call us,” Alphonse explained. He added the Truman recently won the Battle Effectiveness Award, known as the Battle E which is awarded to selected ships for battle readiness after a yearlong evaluation. “We are the go to ship.”
By Melinda Myers
Create a backyard escape with the help of container gardens. Whether you’re looking for a visit to the desert, an English garden or tropical paradise, a few planters can help create the mood.
Reduce your workload and increase your enjoyment with a bit of planning and proper planting.
Select a container with drainage holes and one that mimics the color and feel of the location you are trying to recreate. Use troughs, stone or other containers made from neutral colors when growing succulents. The container should complement, but not overpower the simple beauty of the desert plants.
Keep things warm and natural when going for a more tropical feel. Wicker, bamboo and other natural materials work well with the lush foliage and vibrant colors of tropical plants.
Add a few terra cotta, metal and basket type containers when creating an English cottage setting. Set them on your patio, steps or in the garden to create a focal point.
Thunderstorms in Florida, and over its coastal waters, are frequently unpredictable. Even with the best weather reports, along with constant and accurate observations of climatic conditions, boaters can still be caught in open waters in a thunderstorm. Then, with or without a lightning protective system, it is critical to take additional safety precautions to protect the boat’s passengers.
These precautions during a thunderstorm are:
By Glenn Mollette
Special to the Lehigh Acres Gazette
Iraq – now we know where hell is. Hell is supposed to be a place of torment reserved for some people after death. Unfortunately, too many have ended up there before they died. Is there no end to the turmoil in Iraq and Afghanistan? We will never see peace and quiet in either of these two countries. Hell never ends.
The religious factions of these countries hate each other. They want to kill each other. These factions are crazy. America is killing itself and our troops trying to fix crazy religious people. The only thing worse than a crazy person is a religious crazy person because they invoke the name of God or Allah or somebody during every crucifixion or beheading they perform. As they torture, murder and rape they move on in the name of their religion.
Some Americans thought we were finished in Iraq.
When it comes to Iraq or the Middle East there is never a period but always a comma. Craziness does not end but only grows.