Home' Island Sun : ISN 010816 Contents 16B ISLAND SUN - JANUARY 8, 2016
Speak At Estate
Attorney Craig R. Hersch, part-
ner at Sheppard, Brett, Stewart,
Hersch, Kinsey & Hill, P.A ., will
speak at the annual joint meeting for
Estate Planning Council of Lee County
and Partnership for Philanthropic
Planning of Lee County, Inc., which will
be held on Thursday, January 21 from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cypress Lake
Country Club, located at 6767 Winkler
Road in Fort Myers. In a lecture geared
toward estate planning professionals
and those involved in charitable giving,
Hersch’s presentation, entitled The Four
Freedoms, will illuminate on the four
freedoms that everyone seeks: time,
money, relationship and purpose.
Hersch will begin by reviewing how
technology has commoditized many busi-
nesses and professional practices, then
discuss what clients truly look for when
hiring a professional, including leadership,
relationship and creativity. He will also
depict how the four freedoms of time,
money, relationship and purpose build in
sequential order. Hersch has been prac-
ticing law in Lee County for more than
26 years, and has published two books
as well as several articles in legal and tax
Members of the Estate Planning
Council of Lee County or Partnership for
Philanthropic Planning will receive pre-
paid reservation options, and guests will
have the opportunity to pay at the door
with a $30 registration fee. Reservations
can be submitted on the Estate Planning
Council of Lee County website at www.
For more information about Hersch or
Sheppard, Brett, Stewart, Hersch, Kinsey
& Hill, P.A ., call 334-1141 or visit www.
From page 6B
Please join me in creating this
Conscious Kitchen Community and feel
free to reach me at www.sanibelfood-
coop.com. Helping you take responsibil-
ity for your health.
Craig R. Hersch
by Barb Cacchione
more instant piz-
zazz than color!
The right choice
of color can either
calm your room or
liven it with joyful
Color is one of
the most exciting and versatile tools
that a decorator possesses. Working
with a professional decorator can make
your color selections an easy and pleas-
ant experience. Why, even the simplest,
most inexpensive furnishings in the
plainest room, can be transformed into
a show stopper with an imaginative use
A very integral part of the way we
feel about something is based on its
color appeal. Color creates a specific,
individual sensation in each of us. The
same color that can captivate you could
end up being a complete “turn-off” for
someone else. Remember, there’s no
such thing as a bad color. The truth
is there are only bad combinations of
colors and personal dislikes for certain
colors. Color is like seasoning – it adds
spice to your life!
Here are a few tips on working with
1. Want to create a calm and relax-
ing environment? Try selecting cool
colors. A soft blue or teal hue will cer-
tainly give your room a peaceful, restful
2. Need a little energy? Then you’ll
find warm, bright colors, like yellows,
oranges and golds extremely stimulating
and full of pep.
3. Striving for a little more balance
in your life? Then, soft shades of green
might just do the trick! There’s no better
way to bring the outdoors in, than to
decorate with Mother Nature’s finest
4. Unsure about which new color
will work best in your room? Be sure to
test your new colors by day and night.
Artificial light can make some colors
appear totally different at night. And,
incandescent bulbs tend to give any
color scheme a yellowish glow.
Barb Cacchione is an interior de-
signer on Sanibel/Captiva Islands. She
can be reached at barb@coindecden.
Into Design And
As Lily & Co. Jewelers bids fare-
well to 2015, it ushers in a bright
new year with the launch of an
exclusive line of fine jewelry designed
and manufactured in-house.
“Our guests have come to adore the
Lily shopping experience,” said Dan
Schuyler, co-owner with Karen Bell. “We
want to take that experience to the next
level by expanding our own line of fine
While Lily & Co. is known for its col-
lection of handcrafted pieces by designers
worldwide, it opened the in-house design
center with master jeweler Nicholas De
Stefano and launched its first exclusive
collection in 2015. The new year will
bring more exclusive collections designed
and manufactured by Lily & Co.
“We are using CAD/CAM design,
which is similar to working with a 3D
computer model, for our new line,” said
Schuyler. “All of this is exciting because
we are able to expand into the designing
and manufacturing of our own collec-
tions, including the Lily Diamond Fashion
The new diamond tennis racquet pen-
dant is made of 18-karat yellow gold with
a platinum handle. The racquet is edged
with natural pink diamonds in a prong set
and features a natural yellow diamond ball
in a bezel set. This piece comes in many
variations, priced from $895 to $12,500.
The latest diamond paw print pendant
is the essence of Lily & Co., whose mas-
cot is Lily the Labradoodle.
Lily & Co. is located at 520 Tarpon
Bay Road on Sanibel.
Tennis pendant from the Lily Diamond
Rosier: The name that has been serving Southwest Florida for over 60 years
1200 Periwinkle Way, Suite 2, Matzaluna Plaza • Sanibel Island
Angela Larson Roehl
PLEASE JOIN US...
from 3-5 p.m.
Friday, January 8
to kick off
the 2016 season.
January Fun Days At The Rec Center
Registration is open for Half Day Fun Days Tuesday, January 19 through 21
and Full Day Fun Days Friday, January 22 through Monday, January 25 at
the Sanibel Recreation Center.
The Fun Days will offer a variety of athletic games, craft projects and special enter-
tainment. Enrollment is available for children in Kindergarten through 8th grade. The
half day program operates from noon to 5:30 p.m . and the full day program operates
from 8 a.m . to 5:30 p.m. Each child needs to bring a swimsuit and towel. Light snacks
will be provided.
This option is available to families seeking child care on school half days; however,
these days are included at no charge for children currently enrolled in the After School
Program. Register in advance to receive the early bird rate.
The rec center is at 3880 Sanibel-Captiva Road. For more information call 472-
0345 or visit www.mysanibel.com.
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