Former Sen. Bob Johnson was selected as the 2012 YMCA First Citizen. The award is given annually to someone who contributes to the community and lives out the missions of the Sarasota YMCA. Johnson was a member of the state Senate, for which he created the Y Runaway Shelter; he is also a member of the Y Metro Board. He will be honored at the Y Foundation’s annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon Nov. 16.
“It’s virtually impossible to look in any direction in Sarasota County, be it the arts, education or human services, and not see the influence of Bob’s efforts,” said Y Foundation President Karin Gustafson in a prepared statement.
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PHOTO GALLERY: Designing Women Boutique Salon Series Luncheon
Ringling College of Art and Design's President Dr. Larry Thompson spoke at Designing Women Boutique's Summer Salon Series Luncheon Thursday, July 31, at Designing Women Boutique.
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