- Friday April 5, 2013
- 6:00pm - 9:00pm
- Main Street at Lakewood Ranch
- Group Benefiting:
- Food and drink sales will benefit Taylor Emmons Scholarship Rund
- Sandy Albano
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Main Street at Lakewood Ranch will host its monthly Music on Main concert from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 5. The SoulRCoaster Band will take the stage, and beer, wine and food sales will benefit the Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund. The Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund provides opportunities for socio-economically diverse students to experience an independent, college preparatory education at The Out-of-Door Academy's Upper School. They will learn in an environment which allows students to strive to achieve their highest academic goals and build character through a balanced program of academics, the arts and athletics. Guests are welcome to bring chairs, but please leave coolers at home. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a short leash. Overflow parking is available at the Lakewood Ranch Medical Center. In honor of Taylor Emmons, Class of 2009, The Out-of-Door Academy along with the Emmons family has established The Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund. The Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund was created to keep Taylor's selfless spirit, concern for others, and love for The Out-of-Door Academy alive for generations to come. Each year, the scholarship provides financial assistance for talented students who want a brighter future to experience the many benefits of a college-preparatory education. Honoring a Legacy. Transforming a future. One Student at a Time.
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