TINY MIRACLES
It’s hard to believe that Labor Day is this weekend and many fall activities like school and sports are beginning. We celebrate American workers, including our own, and the contributions workers in the United States have made to our great nation. 🛠️
 
Terri and I are thrilled to share that our fourth grandchild (and third granddaughter) was born a few weeks ago in Nashville! 👶 Our son, Kyle, and his wife, McKinsay, are the proud parents of Mayla Jane Burnside, born August 8 at 7:08am, 5 lb 12 oz, 18.75” long. She is tiny and beautiful and a true miracle. We couldn't love her more! 💕

I hope the holiday weekend allows each of you to spend quality time with those you love, and the opportunity to let them know!

- Dean Burnside, President
Baby Mayla
Baby Mayla
POSITIVE IMPACT
We had the privilege of delivering many baby items collected in our office and a check for $500 to the new Pregnancy Solutions office in Port Charlotte. They were extremely grateful for our generosity and care.

We are very proud of the way our ‘communities of givers‘ are reaching out to our community and making a positive impact. Thank you to the members of our staff who continue to seek and meet needs as we solve pest problems. 
DONATION TO PREGNANCY SOLUTIONS
WELCOME TO THE TEAM!
JoDee Martin
Customer Service Rep
Melody Shepherd
Customer Service Rep
team training
Our newest employees, Melody and JoDee, head out for a day of field training with Managers Allen Tomlinson and Tithaney Bray.
WORLD MOSQUITO DAY
While we may not truly celebrate World Mosquito Day, it is commemorated as a way to raise awareness of malaria. This graphic gives useful tips on how to stop mosquitoes from breeding.

Our exclusive No Bite Zones Mosquito Protection Program actually turns biting momma mosquitoes into vegans! Instead of feeding their babies with our blood, they live off of the land.
MURDER HORNETS
Officials in Washington state say they have successfully destroyed this year’s first detected nest of Asian giant hornets.

Here is a short documentary about the arrival of murder hornets in North America:
LOCAL HAPPENINGS
The Sarasota Sailing Squadron’s Labor Day Regatta is the longest running annual regatta in the southeast since 1946. The regatta draws hundreds of competitive sailors from across the U.S. and Canada. Free viewing for spectators.

September 3 – 5 | Fri: 4- 8pm; Sat: 9am-8pm; Sun: 9am-5pm | 1717 Ken Thompson Pkwy, Sarasota

This fun and family-oriented event will feature various literacy activities, readings, and crafts for all ages. A fun outdoor event all about literacy awareness, reading, and being in nature. The park's normal entrance fees will be waived if you donate a gently-used family-friendly book or present a library card upon entrance. 

September 4 | 10:00am-2:00pm | Oscar Scherer State Park, 1843 S Tamiami Trail, Osprey

Fellow veterans and all patriots are invited to the 20th Anniversary Commemoration of 9-11 in Venice. Lion Rampant Pipe and Drum directed by Bob Fair will be there along with a number of local 9-11 survivors who will share their recollections.

September 11 | 10:30 am | Patriots Park, 800 Venetia Bay Blvd, Venice

Help keep our coasts beautiful on the Annual International Coastal Clean Up Day. Various locations including Sarasota, Venice, North Port, Osprey, Oscar Scherer State Park, Nokomis and Englewood.

September 18 | 8:00-10:00am

A special fishing tournament and events as part of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month in memory of our own Clayton Van Landuyt (Good News General Manager Matt Van Landuyt’s son) and benefiting the Dancing with Clayton Foundation. This worthwhile event also includes food, silent auction, and raffles and will raise money to help families who are battling pediatric cancer.

September 24-25 | Evie’s Spanish Point, 135 Bayview Dr, Osprey

BACK TO SCHOOL HUMOR
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OUR SEPTEMBER RECIPE!
Don't turn off the grill just yet! Throw on some peaches and you'll fall for this perfect autumn dessert!

Happy Labor Day
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