Nikki Caragiulo, wife of Sarasota City Commissioner Paul Caragiulo, became a U.S. citizen Wednesday, Aug. 15 when she took the oath along with 79 other people from 29 countries in a Tampa ceremony.
Nikki Caragiulo, originally from Salisbury, United Kingdom, took the oath on her 32nd birthday in front of her husband, two daughters and her parents. Nikki Caragiulo moved to the area from Great Britain in 1995 and the Caragiulos have been married since 2005. Nikki Caragiulo applied for residency as a U.S. citizen in 2006.
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19 Singles on the Go Travel Meeting
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19 2012 Merit Scholarship Recital
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20 Gentle Yoga and Meditation with Lynn Burgess
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20 Fun Fitness for Parkinsons
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PHOTO GALLERY : Hands Across the Sands
Community members joined hands Saturday, May 18 on Siesta Key beach as a symbol of their support for the protection of coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife and fisheries. Supporters voiced their concern about damage that happens due to offshore oil drilling accidents, hydraulic fracturing, the Alberta tar sands, mountain top removal mining, and about coal fired power plants. Forty-two people joined hands for the Hands Across the Sand national movement.
PHOTO GALLERY: ODA at Northside Christian
The Out-of-Door Academy fell to Northside Christian 17-13 in its spring game May 17.
PHOTO GALLERY : 2013 Sarasota Kiwanis Spelling Bee
Children from all over Sarasota County participated in the 2013 Sarasota Kiwanis Spelling Bee Program Friday, May 17 at the Lee Wetherington Boys and Girls Club. More than 100 third and fourth graders in bright yellow t – shirts competed to show off their skills and win one of three cash prizes. Booker High School and Sarasota High School Key Club sold pizza for $1 a slice and parents quizzed children in preparation for the spelling bee.