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Squadron celebrates 64th anniversary

Squadron celebrates 64th anniversary

September 4, 2010

The Sarasota Sailing Squadron commemorated its 64th anniversary with a regatta and barbecue over Labor Day weekend.

Kids get creative at LBKC ice-cream party (WITH VIDEO)

Kids get creative at LBKC ice-cream party (WITH VIDEO)

September 4, 2010

Kids who attended the Labor Day party at Longboat Key Club played the limbo, concocted homemade ice-cream with their favorite treats and even showed off cheerleading stunts. Scroll down for videos.

OBITUARY: Marvin Apple

OBITUARY: Marvin Apple

September 2, 2010

Marvin Apple, 84, was a resident of Pittsburgh and Longboat Key.

East, west unite at Polo Grill

East, west unite at Polo Grill

September 2, 2010

Members of the Longboat and Latin Chambers of Commerce and the Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance shared about their products and services during East Meets West II Sept. 1 at the Fete Ballroom.

Dog lovers flock to Discovery Center

Dog lovers flock to Discovery Center

September 1, 2010

Southeastern Guide Dogs holds a private grand opening for its Discovery Center, which will open to the public Sept. 2.

Residents hit high note with bucket list

Residents hit high note with bucket list

September 1, 2010

Longboat Key residents Marlene Companaro and Sally Keyes fulfilled a dream when they recorded their album, 'Diamonds in the Rough.'

'Diamonds in the Rough' dazzle at CD release party

'Diamonds in the Rough' dazzle at CD release party

August 31, 2010

Longboaters Marlene Companaro and Sally Keyes celebrated the release of their CD, 'Diamonds in the Rough' at a party with friends and family.

OBITUARY: James 'Jimmy' Krohn

OBITUARY: James 'Jimmy' Krohn

August 31, 2010

James 'Jimmy' Krohn, 85, was a decorated World War II veteran.

Twice-weekly trash collection seen as wasteful

Twice-weekly trash collection seen as wasteful

August 26, 2010

Starting in September, the city of Sarasota will change its garbage-collection schedule to once-per-week. The move will save the city $700,000 and save residents $36 per year.

Rabbi Eisenstat makes a return trip to Israel

Rabbi Eisenstat makes a return trip to Israel

August 25, 2010

Michael Eisenstat, rabbi emeritus at Temple Beth Israel, spent three weeks volunteering in late June/early July on an Israeli military base outside of Tel Aviv, followed by two weeks at the Shalom Hartman Institute, in Jerusalem.



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