The Canandaigua National Trust Company held their third annual party at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art on Friday, Dec. 7 to connect with existing and new customers. One hundred twenty people attended the event where they enjoyed refreshments and listened to the Romanza Strings play. â€œItâ€™s a chance to support the arts,â€ said Vice President and Business Development Officer Paul Tarantino.
The Young Professionals Group of Sarasota held their monthly after hours Thursday, Dec. 6, at Libbyâ€™s. During this get-together, those who attended were encouraged to bring at least one toy for a boy or girl to be donated to the Big Brothers Big Sisters toy drive.
Members of the Tiger Bay Club gathered Thursday, Dec. 6, at Michaelâ€™s On East for their regular luncheon. Guests socialized before listening to a presentation by Sarasota County Republican Chair Joe Gruters and General Manager of WSRQ Radio, Susan Nilon, reflecting on the 2012 election.
Sarasota High first baseman Dylan White and outfielder Jason Sierra will take the field together for the final time this spring.
When Daniel Oakley's mother was seven months pregnant with him, she almost died in a car accident. Now the 15-year-old Sarasota Military Academy sophomore is helping lead the Eagles to their best season in program history.
Cardinal Mooney sophomore Michael Staikos has been playing goalkeeper since he was 9 years old.
A condominium in Whispering Sands tops all transactions in this week's real estate. Richard Piccolo, of New York, sold his Unit 406 condominium at 20 Whispering Sands Drive to Thyrza Jacocks, trustee, of Sarasota, for $764,000.