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- I have to say that the front page article about the added neighborhoods becoming part of the "new" city of Lakewood Ranch had me going. I am in Palm Aire and the comment about benefiting from being near to LR and "it's time they give a little in return" was rather bold. I was thinking that this writer was really full of himself and his LR community. At first I was looking and looking for page 4 for the continuation of the article but could not find it. I even came to the online "Observer" and the same no continuation of the article labeled "Takeover". So, i just gave up and continued reading to rest of the newspaper. THEN I read page 4 and found out it was your April Fools joke for us all. Hey, you had me going and yes I laughed and yes very funny. I was also wondering on how in the world would an HOA come up with a program that would be called a F.U. program. Funny...keep it up.
18 Chef's Cooking For Kids
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
20 Braden River Soccer Club Pre-Tryout Camp
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
22 Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance May Morning Express Networking Social - SCF "How SCF Supports Local Business"
7:30 am - 9:00 am
26 Tribute to Heroes Parade - Main St LWR
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Ranch rallies against cancer
East County residents will rally to fight cancer Saturday, May 18, as the American Cancer Society hosts its annual Lakewood Ranch Relay for Life event at the Lakewood Ranch YMCA.
Barista pours on fun for daughters
State Road 70 Starbucks barista and East County resident Cyndee Vanderford showed her daughters the world of lattes and mochas for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day April 25.
Troop plants Freedom's courtyard
Girls in Girl Scouts Junior Troop 181, at Freedom Elementary School, recently earned their Bronze Award by researching and planting the back of the school’s courtyard.