We're keeping things rolling on National Small Business Day with Seaside Cryotherapy & Oxygen Bar owners Jeff & Arielle VanEck, who recently adopted the North Causeway's East Boat Ramp (170 N Causeway) through the City of New Smyrna Beach's Adopt-a-Park program.
As the boat ramp is located in Zone 1, Commissioner Michael Kolody was also on hand to commemorate the occasion.
"Seaside Crotherapy & Oxygen Bar is proud to be a locally owned and operated business in New Smyrna Beach and, as the coolest place in NSB, excited to adopt this park which is just a few blocks from our home and business!" said Mrs. VanEck.
Photo, from left: Commissioner Michael Kolody, Jeff VanEck, Arielle VanEck
Local 2271, New Smyrna Beach Professional Firefighters adopted Callalisa Park on May 1, 2016. They are from left: Brian Grace, Jeff Kromraj, Steven Jones, Cody Curren and Jerry Macklefresh. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach Vice Mayor Reiker.
Indian River Lagoon Preserve
New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs and his wife, Leslie, adopted Indian River Lagoon Preserve on May 1, 2016.
Inlet Shores Park
The Joyce Family adopted Inlet Shores Park on April 1, 2016. Jolene and Jason Joyce are pictured with New Smyrna Beach Commissioner Jason McGuirk on the right and New Smyrna Beach Maintenance Operations Director Faith Miller on the left.