Winter Haven

Winter Haven,

resort city (1990 pop. 24,725), Polk co., central Fla; settled 1883. It is a marketing, processing, and shipping center for one of the state's chief citrus-fruit regions, with fruit-canning plants and packing houses. Tourism is also economically important. There are 97 lakes within a radius of 5 mi (8 km) and a boat course of some 17 connected lakes. Of interest is an annual citrus festival. The nearby Cypress Gardens, a famed water-skiing center, closed in 2003.
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Major organization : WINTER HAVEN PROCUREMENT SERVICES
Giroux looks forward to meeting the Winter Haven community and providing much-needed access to dental care and education.
The Winter Haven scientists have gone in search of even more high-antioxidant options.
Virginia Turfgrass Journal Location: Winter Haven, Fla.
More tips for that luxurious winter haven include a stack of logs near your fireplace (even it's only a fake front or the gas type), a bowl of artichokes or pomegranates with a stack of leather-bound books on the coffee table, decorative wooden balls on an occasional table and an array of candles burning brightly throughout the house.
dairy plant into its newly expanded plant in Winter Haven, Fla.
today announced that Winter Haven Hospital will implement encrypted smartphone communications for more than 500 clinicians with Amcom Mobile Connect[R].
The City of Winter Haven ("City") invites proposals from qualified producers and suppliers of aviation fuels and lubricants to be the primary and secondary supplier of aviation fuels for the Winter Haven Municipal Airport - Gilbert Field ("Airport") located in Winter Haven, Florida.
Now, things are turned upside down and buyers are calling on me for help in finding agricultural land to buy," said Crosby, president of Crosby & Associates, of Winter Haven.
Melissa Davis, Katrina Hill, Tasha Keppler and Karen Winningham make up the founding board of Winter Haven Montessori Academy.
WOODSTOCK, CT - David Packard, 61 of West Quasset Road, Woodstock, CT, died unexpectedly Friday, February 22, 2013 in Winter Haven, FL.
In 1992, Karel Grohmann, then research leader of the ARS Subtropical Products Laboratory in Winter Haven, Florida, began research on converting citrus peel waste into fuel ethanol.