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Your Neighbor | Kristen Kelly

Your Neighbor | Kristen Kelly

March 27, 2014

Kristen Kelly puts a fun twist on the first- and second-grade classes she co-teaches at Waldorf Sarasota by incorporating jump ropes.

Booker VPA students prepare for exhibit

Booker VPA students prepare for exhibit

March 27, 2014

Booker Middle School’s 2-D/3-D Advanced VPA Art Class held its first gallery night for friends and family Thursday, March 20.

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

March 27, 2014

Discount Computers Inc. celebrates 25 years; White Aluminum buys Gingrich Glass & Aluminum; Marianne LeBar joins the Million Dollar Guild

Weather: Sarasota

Weather: Sarasota

March 27, 2014

Flora Carson submitted this sunset photo, taken on Siesta Key Beach.

PHOTO GALLERY: Daughters of the British Empire

PHOTO GALLERY: Daughters of the British Empire

March 26, 2014

The Daughters of the British Empire met for its monthly luncheon Wednesday, March 26. Brian and Yvonne Williams hosted the meeting at 100 Central Ave. The meeting included guest speaker George Graydon. Graydon served on a rescue ship in the British Merchant Navy during World War II.

Seventh Sarasota Open returns to the Key Club

Seventh Sarasota Open returns to the Key Club

March 26, 2014

The seventh annual Sarasota Open returns to the Resort at Longboat Key Club’s Tennis Gardens Stadium April 12 through April 20.

The Good News: Dawn Burns

The Good News: Dawn Burns

March 26, 2014

For Gocio Elementary teacher Dawn Burns, teaching her students about theater and the fine arts sets the stage for success.

Sarasota proclaims March 25 Mary Ann Robinson Day

Sarasota proclaims March 25 Mary Ann Robinson Day

March 25, 2014

The city of Sarasota honored Sarasota resident and philanthropist Mary Ann Robinson for her years of giving back to the community.

PHOTO GALLERY: Ms. Fogleman's Grammar OR

PHOTO GALLERY: Ms. Fogleman's Grammar OR

March 25, 2014

Southside Elementary School's fourth grade teacher, Taunya Fogleman, transformed her classroom into an operating room Tuesday, March 25. Fogleman's students dressed up as doctors for an unconventional grammar test where the test papers were pretend patients. With scapals (red pens) and scrubs, donated by Sarasota Memorial Hospital, students used their knowledge of grammar and punctuation to help patients. "I feel pretty confident he'll make it," said Grace Hutchinson after finishing her test.

Sailors set track records

Sailors set track records

March 25, 2014

Several Sarasota High runners set new school records at the FSU Relays March 21 and March 22.



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