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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24 Open House with Artist Nancy Hall: Fourth Fridays
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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PHOTO GALLERY : ODA Crossing the Mulch
Second graders at Out-of-Door Academy crossed the mulch Thursday, May 23 as a symbolic gesture of the lower level entering the higher-level building next year. Third graders crossed the mulch on Tuesday, May 21 but the second graders – next year’s third graders – will be the first second graders to cross the mulch and be in the new building. Out-of-Door Academy donated the left over food to the Salvation Army. Approximately 38 children played games and later crossed the courtyard as parents snapped photographs.
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Sarasota Farmers Market sells raffle tickets for big prizes
The Sarasota Farmers Market is selling $10 raffle tickets through the end of June to collect funds for the market and to give market goers a chance to win a prize.