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Key student graduates from FGCU

Key student graduates from FGCU

January 15, 2014

Christina Walsh, of Longboat Key, recently graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers.

Babies on board at SOS

Babies on board at SOS

January 8, 2014

Baby-bird season is upon us. Save Our Seabirds sees an influx of our feathered friends at the beginning of each year.

Send us your announcements

January 8, 2014

The Observer is seeking submissions for its announcements section, Occasions.

Calling all angels at Frosty Frolic

Calling all angels at Frosty Frolic

January 8, 2014

Linda Weber and Jean Zakovec sparkled in angel costumes at last month’s Frosty Frolic, earning them a spot in our “Spirit of the Season” contest.

Beverly Peterman turns the page on her Key life

Beverly Peterman turns the page on her Key life

January 8, 2014

After 18 years on Longboat Key, Beverly Peterman and her husband, Ira, are starting a new chapter: They’re moving back to Connecticut to be near family.

Kiwanis welcomes new members

Kiwanis welcomes new members

December 31, 2013

The Kiwanis Club of Longboat Key welcomed four new members to the club at its Dec. 5 breakfast meeting: Dr. Michael O’Neil, owner of Longboat Key Dental; Michael Garey, owner of Lazy Lobster; Cedars resident George Knight; and Country Club Shores resident Armando Linde.

Take the Observer on your 2014 travels!

December 31, 2013

Are you planning a trip in the new year? Make sure to take your Longboat Observer along!

Lecture offers new view of war

Lecture offers new view of war

December 24, 2013

A Dec. 7 presentation at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day event gave the audience the bottom-up view from the men, women, minorities and others who fought in World War II versus the top-down view of traditional history with its focus on presidents, diplomats and high-ranking military officers.

Turtle Watch T-shirts available

Turtle Watch T-shirts available

December 24, 2013

Longboat Key Turtle Watch is ready for nesting season, which begins May 1.

Legacy lives on through foundation

December 24, 2013

Longboat Key resident Marty Samowitz, the oldest World War II Iwo Jima survivor who died Dec. 6 at age 99, is still giving back to the community.



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