+ Local students earn collegiate honors
Alexander Zehr of Sarasota, a junior mechanical engineering major, was named a Presidential Scholar for earning a minimum grade point average of 3.8 during the fall semester at Clarkson University in New York.
Kathleen Kuperman, of Sarasota, and Allison Kuperman, of Sarasota, were named to the fall 2011 dean’s list at Tufts University in Medford, Mass.
Anika Pack, of Sarasota, has been inducted into the Colgate University chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, a national scholastic honorary society.
Phi Eta Sigma recognizes the outstanding academic achievements of university freshmen.
+ Temple Sinai Youth Group member elected area president
Michelle Zemil was recently elected president of the Southern Tropical Region of the National Federation of Temple Youth, which is the youth organization for Jewish teens currently enrolled in high school throughout the United States and Canada.
Zemil will be involved in planning the five kallot planned for the school year, oversee the positions of the regional board and keep in contact with the presidents of the individual temple youth groups in the region.
+ Citywalk elects new board officers
During its annual meeting, the Citywalk Condominium Association elected Matthew Wooddall president of the board for 2012. He also held that position in 2010.
The other new board officers are Jacqueline Phifer, vice president, and Adam Salatino, secretary and treasurer.
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25 Fourth Friday at the Historic Downtown Village
25 Sarasota Singles Society Presents "Bastille Day Celebration"
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
26 NRA Pistol Safety
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
26 4th Annual Sarasota Mystic Faire
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Vive La France
The Alliance Francaise held a fundraiser in honor of Bastille Day, or La Fête Nationale, Monday, July 14, at Marina Jack.
Going for Gold
Custodians of Sarasota County Schools enjoyed a day of fun and learning at the annual custodians professional development day July 3, at Riverview High School.
Show of support
Siesta Key Hardware owners Patricia and James Hillier are bringing the island community closer together.