Approximately 300 area athletes received free health screenings to ensure they can participate in team sports this fall. The annual physicals, organized by Charles Rush, MD and Gary Shapiro, MD of Kennedy-White Orthopaedic Center, were provided to student athletes from Booker, Riverview and Sarasota High Schools in the auditorium at Doctors Hospital.
“Without this free service, many of our players would be sidelined,” said coach Rod Dragash, athletic director at Booker High School. “It is a requirement of the Florida High School Athletic Association that every player pass a required health screening before being eligible to play.”
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PHOTO GALLERY : Selby Fantastic Feats and Frosty Treats
Selby Public Library hosted Fantastic Feats and Frosty Treats program Wednesday, June 19 at Selby Public Library as part of the summer reading program. Kids munched chocolate swirl and strawberry vanilla swirl ice cream and Scott Humston performed an interactive magic show for children. The magic show was made possible by a grant from the Steinwacks family and 173 people attended.
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PHOTO GALLERY : Duany Dinner
City officials, community leaders and members got together Tuesday, June 19 at The Francis to hear Andres Duany speak about how the city has done with the master plan and about proper downtown development. The Downtown Sarasota Alliance sponsored the dinner with Andres Duany and approximately 200 people attended.