Navy Seal Museum Features Many Exhibits

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Navy Seal Museum

An applied sports medicine professional with experience in athletic coaching, Robert Johnson Vero Beach currently operates Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida. Robert Johnson Vero Beach also is a supporter of the United States Navy Seal & UDT National Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida.

Established in 1985, the National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial stands as the only national museum in Florida. The museum plays host to a wide variety of exhibits and artifacts, all of which involve naval special warfare and Navy SEAL teams in some way. The NAVY Seal Memorial, one of the most prominent exhibits at the museum, is a bronze sculpture depicting a modern Navy SEAL combat swimmer. Surrounding the memorial is a reflecting pool and collection of black granite panels, which honor those who have died in the line of duty.

The museum includes weaponry dating back to the early days of special warfare, as well as modern vehicles such as the SEAWOLF helicopter and artifacts from the space program. Visitors also have the opportunity to see beach obstacles from the WWII era and a model of the Bin Laden compound in Pakistan.


Sister Act Opens at the Riverside Theater in April of 2016

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Sister Act

A Vero Beach, Florida, professional, Robert Johnson leverages more than three decades of fitness experience to lead Stealth Self Health. Away from work, Robert Johnson stays actively involved with Vero Beach organizations that promote art and culture, such as the Riverside Theater.

On April 12, 2016, the Riverside Theater will present the Broadway musical Sister Act. The high-energy, comedic show runs for nearly three weeks. The musical follows the life of Deloris Van Cartier, who takes on a new life as a nun after witnessing a murder. While under protective custody, she joins the convent’s choir. Once an aspiring disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier leverages her skills to assist the choir in winning a talent competition. While helping her sisters discover their natural talents, she also finds her own voice.

The musical features a score created by Alan Menken. Known for his work on Beauty and the Beast, Newsies, and Little Shop of Horrors, Mr. Menken has won a Tony Award and eight Oscars.

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation to Hold 2016 Leatherneck Ball

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Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

Since 2010, health and fitness executive Robert Johnson has led Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida. Outside of his activities in the Vero Beach community, Robert Johnson supports the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation in its efforts to help military children attain their academic goals.

Each year, the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF) awards hundreds of scholarships to students across the United States. In order to continue this work, the organization runs a variety of fundraising activities throughout the year.

Currently, the MCSF is busy preparing for several upcoming events, including the 2016 New York Leatherneck Celebratory Ball, which will be held April 21 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. Now in its 54th year, the Leatherneck Celebratory Ball has been the premier fundraising event for the MCSF since the organization was founded in 1962.

In addition to cocktails and dinner, the annual gala features a patriotic program and an awards ceremony honoring individuals who have made outstanding contributions in support of military families. The guest list for the Leatherneck Celebratory Ball frequently includes celebrities, political leaders, and prominent military figures, including generals and Medal of Honor recipients.

The list of individuals to be honored at this year’s ball will soon be released on the MCSF website. For more information about the event, visit

Riverside Theatre’s Distinguished Lecturer Series

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Riverside Theatre

Vero Beach, Florida, resident Robert Johnson operates Stealth Self Health, a health and fitness company he founded in 2010. Alongside his professional pursuits, Robert Johnson gives back to the Vero Beach community through his support of several local organizations, including the Riverside Theatre.

In addition to presenting professional and children’s theater programming, Vero Beach’s Riverside Theatre conducts an annual Distinguished Lecturer Series, which features prominent speakers discussing a range of topics related to national and global current events. Approximately 675 theatre subscribers attend each lecture of the four-part series, and an audience of around 200 views the lectures via live simulcast.

Since its launch more than 17 years ago, Riverside Theatre’s Distinguished Lecture Series has hosted George W. Bush, John McCain, Benazir Bhutto, and a number of other prominent political figures. The 2016 lineup includes several notable names, including Condoleezza Rice, who will discuss global affairs during two lectures on March 14.

MCSF to Host 2016 South Florida Golf Tournament

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Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

A graduate of the San Diego State University School of Public Health, Robert Johnson has led Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida, since 2010. Outside of his professional pursuits in Vero Beach, Robert Johnson dedicates his time and resources to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF), which supports the academic pursuits of military children.

Those who would like to support the MCSF have the opportunity to take part in a variety of fundraising events throughout the year, including several charity golf tournaments. The foundation’s supporters in south Florida can now register for the South Florida Golf Tournament, which will be held March 4, 2016, at the Fort Lauderdale Country Club.

The tournament will kick off with breakfast at 7:30 a.m., followed by a presentation of colors at 8:15 a.m. and the tee-off at 8:30 a.m. Single players can register for $250, and individual and corporate sponsors can choose from a selection of sponsorship packages ranging from $2,000 to $15,000. More information can be found at

Vero Beach Museum of Art to Host 2016 Art in Bloom Luncheon

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Vero Beach Museum of Art

A health and fitness executive with a background in physiology, Robert Johnson leads Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida. In addition to his professional activities, Robert Johnson supports several local organizations, including the Vero Beach Museum of Art.

As part of its ongoing efforts to enrich lives through the arts, the Vero Beach Museum of Art puts on several fundraising and awareness events throughout the year. In addition to its annual Great Gatsby Gala and Antiques Show & Sale, the organization is currently preparing for the Art in Bloom Luncheon, which will be held at the museum on March 10, 2016.

The event will feature a delicious lunch from Elizabeth D. Kennedy and Co, Inc., which will be served in a beautiful setting enhanced by carefully crafted floral designs. Toronto-based floral designer Bruno Duarte will be on hand for the event to demonstrate design techniques and create flower arrangements that guests will have the opportunity to win as part of a raffle benefiting the museum.

Duarte will also host a limited-entry master class on March 11th for those interested in learning more about his floral design methods. For more information about the luncheon or Duarte’s master class, visit

Riverside Theatre Pays Homage to Hollywood Music

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Riverside Theatre

A graduate of San Diego State University’s master’s degree program in applied and clinical sports exercise physiology, Robert Johnson leads Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida. Robert Johnson supports several nonprofit organizations in the Vero Beach area, including Riverside Theatre at Riverside Park.

Founded in 1978, Riverside Theatre originally served as the home to the Vero Beach Theatre Guild along with hosting occasional bus and truck tours. Over the years, the theater has expanded, and it moved into a new facility in March 2007.

Riverside Theatre features performances throughout the year. On November 19 and 21, 2015, Riverside Goes to Hollywood highlighted music from Hollywood films, performed by four highly accomplished Broadway and New York entertainers. Attendees experienced performances of award-winning musical compositions from films such as The Way We Were, Love Story, Pinocchio, Flashdance, The Wizard of Oz, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Additionally, two pianists played piano interpretations of music from films including Star Wars, Chariots of Fire, and The Pink Panther.