+ Tail tappin’
If Lakewood Ranch resident Helen Hagerty had a tail, it would be wagging.
Her book, “Please Let Me Stay,” a true story told through the voice of a dog named Toby, has been named a finalist for the Maxwell Medallion, an honor the Dog Writers Association of America gives annually.
Hagerty co-authored the book with Sue Nelowet, of Virginia.
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Gene Witt Elementary kindergarten students sang and played instruments during the December Celebrations: A Tour Around the World production, Dec. 17, in the school's cafeteria. Fourth- and fifth-grade students who are members of the school's "Orff"estra kicked off the play with drums and other instruments they played for their audience.
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