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Imaginative Seuss characters delight McKee sponsors at preview party

VERO BEACH -- Just as Dr. Seuss's fuzzy, yellow Lorax attempted to save the environment from the gre

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Gatekeepers of the Garden feted at McKee Reception

VERO BEACH -- Gatekeepers of the Garden, a group affectionately regarded as McKee Botanical Garden's

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Garden Café at McKee now operated by Elizabeth D. Kennedy & Co.

Photo Ned Nichols and Elizabeth Kennedy

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Garden Café at McKee now operated by Elizabeth D. Kennedy & Co.

VERO BEACH - - For more than 26 years, Elizabeth D. Kennedy & Co. has been applauded as one of Vero

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Gatekeepers of the Garden feted at McKee Reception

VERO BEACH -- Gatekeepers of the Garden, a group affectionately regarded as McKee Botanical Garden's

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McKee Botanical Garden welcomes A Season of Seuss

VERO BEACH -- Following in the giant footsteps of the Dinosaur Invasions, "A Season of Seuss: The Dr

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Follow the scarecrows to McKee this Halloween

VERO BEACH -- Last Halloween, more than 500 ghouls, goblins and princesses roamed McKee Botanical Ga

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McKee to offer free admission on Community Appreciation Day

VERO BEACH -- For one day each year, McKee Botanical Garden opens its gates free of charge to thank

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McKee to offer free admission on Community Appreciation Day

VERO BEACH -- For one day each year, McKee Botanical Garden opens its gates free of charge to thank

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Waterlily Celebration at McKee Botanical Garden

VERO BEACH -- More than 75 species of waterlilies and 200 individual plants will be on display Satur

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Waterlily Celebration at McKee Botanical Garden

VERO BEACH -- More than 75 species of waterlilies and 200 individual plants will be on display Satur

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Families enjoy Jurassic evening at Expedition McKee

VERO BEACH -- There was a nip in the air, but fortunately the heavy rains that deluged the area earl