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    Harbor House unveils new Morgan and Morgan Safe Home

    Friday was a special day for local domestic violence shelter Harbor House as it opened its doors to the new Morgan and Morgan Safe Home.
    Harbor House of Central Florida interim CEO Laurel Lynch said it was a beautiful thing to unveil the new safe home.

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    Harbor House to break ground today on new domestic violence shelter

    After struggling for years with an overcrowded, deteriorating domestic-violence shelter, Harbor House of Central Florida will break ground today on a $7.4 million facility for adult survivors and their children.

    The 27,500-square-foot building is considered state of the art, leaders say — with natural light for every bedroom, a serene and “homey” environment, a separate area for nursing moms and two bulletproof safe rooms should an intruder make it past other security measures on the property.

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    Sanford firefighter’s daughter receives $1000 award from ESA of Florida

    esa1000dollarsSanford, FL– Ms. Skylar Bauman will begin her studies at the University of Florida this fall with a $1000 gift from the members of the Electronic Security Association of Florida. Ms. Bauman is a high-achieving honor roll student, dedicated community volunteer, and daughter of Lt. Matt Hall who is with the Sanford Fire Department. ESA of Florida Board Director and President of Commercial Systems Group Dino DeRose presented the scholarship gift on May 28th at the Sanford Fire Department.

    “Through every late night call to put out unreasonably ignited dumpsters to birthing babies, he has invested in me,” Ms. Bauman wrote in her application. It is clear that Ms. Bauman was raised with the values of a first responder; her contributions to society are numerous and benefit many areas of the community. In addition to school-based clubs such as National Honor Society, Drama Club, Yearbook Copy Editor and Girls State Senate, Skylar has offered her time and her knowledge to American Cancer Society, Special Olympics, various senior centers and faith-based groups.

    In her search for scholarship opportunities, ESA of Florida’s Youth Scholarship Program was one of only three organizations Ms. Bauman found that was dedicated to children of public safety professionals.

    “Having a parent working to secure the community… means I have not just one but an entire shift and clan of role models who are looking out for my, the community’s, and the future’s best interests,” Ms. Bauman wrote.

    “Our company motto is ‘Protecting People and Facilities.’ Being at the firehouse to deliver the award, I realized how close our company mission is to that of a first responder,” said Mr. DeRose. “We’re proud to help young people like Ms. Bauman and we’re proud of our Youth Scholarship Program.”

     Collective Education Center of Orlando

    CECO PicCECO now has an amazing new facility. The new and larger center was built out with a $750,000 budget. The construction budget was covered through donations of materials and services from Orlando local construction contractors. CSG installed the EST fire alarm and security systems. CSG is honored to be amongst the group of supporting contractors.

    A thank you from CECO for helping setup their fire alarm!

    CECO GovScottPC(98) CECO Inside Building CECO Vendor Appreciation


    ESA Florida Youth Scholarship Program

    DSC_0008CSG Community Program    Dino De Rose presented the ESA Youth Scholarship Program award winner to Summer Moon and her parents, Linda and Ben Moon Lieutenant DeLand Police Department.  Summer will be attending the University of Florida this fall and plans to be a medical doctor.

    In 1996, the Electronic Security Association launched the Youth Scholarship Program. The program was created to promote goodwill among the electronic life safety and security industry and police and fire officers by providing college scholarship awards to their deserving sons or daughters. Awards are based on a combination of academic achievement, national test scores, extracurricular participation and the essay. In addition to completing the application and submitting the appropriate documentation, each student must write an essay explaining “What it means to me to have my parent or guardian involved in securing our community.”


     Harbor House of Central Florida

    Harbor House Kennel Ribon Cutting Harbor House Secuity Gate


    • Conway Cubs
    • Devereux Foundation 2005 Wings of Hope Weekend, Corporate Sponsor
    • Harbor House 2006 cell phone donation program
    • City of Altamonte Springs 2007 Corporate Sponsor, Police Department’s Annual Awards Ceremony
    • Apopka Fire Department 2007/8 Community Service Award
    • Wuesthoff Health System Foundation 2009 Hole Sponsor, Dave Nisbet Golf Tournament
    • The Harris Rosen Foundation Golf Classic 2009 Tournament, Corporate Sponsor
    • 14th Annual LEO Awards (PDF) – (video)
    • 2010 ASIS LEO Awards
    • ASIS Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) Awards, Corporate Sponsor 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
    • ASIS 2005 School Security Funding Competition, $17,000 awarded to OCPS Rock Lake Elementary School
    • ASIS Orlando Chapter Community Service Award 2007 Todd Koebke
    • ASIS National Community Service Award 2008