A group of men known as “The Brain Trust” work on solving the world’s problems as they dine together every Tuesday afternoon.
The men recently held a special meeting to honor long-time member Bob Peterson, who will be “stepping down” from the group, along with another long-time member, Bob Tate.
Peterson has been a member of the group for 15 of the 20 years it has been in existence.
Peterson is known in Sarasota for a variety of achievements and for his charitable contributions.
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18 Center for Architecture Lecture Series
20 Town Hall Series: Leon Panetta
20 Reason to Hope
20 Junior League of Sarasota Tour of Homes Kick-off Party
22 Window Art Free Playday for the kids
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
22 Phi Beta Kappa Luncheon
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
22 Yoga Workshop: Balance Your Hips, Free Your Shoulders, Cultivate Your Core
23 6th Annual Sarasota Challenge Ballroom Dance Competition
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