Two teachers at Braden River Elementary recently received grants.
Music teacher Dr. David Katz was awarded a field trip grant from the Target Corporation. The grant will be used to take third-graders on a all-expenses paid trip to see “The Mystical Arts of Tibet” April 23 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.
Fourth-grade teacher Sue Curry was awarded a Cash for Classroom Grant sponsored by the Manatee Education Foundation. With the grant award, Curry was able to purchase an electronic microscope that will be used in studying earth and life science.
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15 Irish Celtic 5K, Lakewood Ranch
8:00 am - 10:00 am
15 Palma Sola Botanical Park plants, antiques and crafts sale
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
22 5th Annual Ponies for Pups
22 Lakewood Ranch Community Fund 'Havana Nights' Gala
23 The Bridal EXPO
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
26 LWRBA March Executive Briefing
7:30 am - 9:00 am
16 USF Sarasota-Manatee HospitaBull Evening
2 2nd annual Glow Run
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Pirates hold on for victory
The Braden River High baseball team edged past rival Lakewood Ranch 4-3 in Class 7A-District 10 action March 11.
PHOTO GALLERY: Girl Scouts Luncheon
Women of varying affiliations with the Girl Scout Gulfcoast Florida chapter met March 12 at Polo Grill and Bar’s Fete Ballroom, from ladies who work for partnering companies that let troops sell cookies outside of their doors, to the actual scouts and other corporate faces of the program. Guest speaker and Girl Scout alum Blair Bloomston spoke to attendees about bullying and the importance of leadership during the Girl Scouts Luncheon.
PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Jungle Gardens visits Love Comes First Preschool and Child Care Center
Students at Love Comes First Preschool and Child Care Center had their eyes glued to the Head Curator of Sarasota Jungle Gardens’ Animal Department, Jeremiah Nichol, as he gently removed a snake, a frog, a baby alligator and a lizard from their carriers March 12. As part of the school’s reptiles and amphibians unit, preschool owners Colleen Nicolini and Daleace Burrus annually arrange for a Jungle Garden’s representative to give the children, ages 2-5, an up close look at Florida’s wildlife.