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Woman's Exchange presents arts awards

Woman's Exchange presents arts awards

June 24, 2010

For its 49th annual arts awards ceremony, the Woman's Exchange Consignment Shop handed out $150,000 in grants and scholarships.

'Daddy' chefs visit preschool

'Daddy' chefs visit preschool

June 17, 2010

Wearing tall, floppy hats, the children at Temple Sinai's preschool, The Gan, gathered around a table to make hummus and chocolate-dipped strawberries with Chef Paul Mattison, a special guest of the "Little Iron Chefs" summer camp, June 9.

Kids test their tastebuds at G.WIZ

Kids test their tastebuds at G.WIZ

June 17, 2010

Using various parts of their tongues that denote sweet, sour, bitter and salty, the 4- and 5-year-olds enrolled in G.WIZ The Science Museum's "Fun, Fitness and Food" camp tasted unsweetened dark chocolate, lemon juice, salt water and sugar water June 16.

EMT trainees test their work-force knowledge

EMT trainees test their work-force knowledge

June 3, 2010

Students enrolled in the Emergency Medical Technician training program at Sarasota County Technical Institute were put to the test in an evaluation exercise May 27, on the SCTI campus.

Lion's Club awards $12,000 in scholarships

Lion's Club awards $12,000 in scholarships

June 3, 2010

Now in its fourth year of providing college scholarships, the Sarasota Lions Club is giving up to $12,000 to three students from Sarasota high schools this year.

Local yarn aids oil-spill relief efforts

May 27, 2010

Local knitting store A Good Yarn has introduced a new yarn color named after the shimmering Gulf.

Bash benefits charity for mothers

May 27, 2010

On May 8, Sarasota Sally and Etrusco Ristorante hosted a fundraiser for Our Mother's House to raise funds to furnish the organization’s new apartments.

Siesta Key lifeguards have fun with colors

Siesta Key lifeguards have fun with colors

May 27, 2010

Yes, the colors of the lifeguard towers on Siesta Key Public Beach do hold some sort of significance — to the lifeguards, at least

Solar oven turns judges onto taste

Solar oven turns judges onto taste

May 27, 2010

On May 1, sixth-graders from St. Martha's Catholic School competed in the Energy Whiz Olympics, in Cocoa Beach.

Will the real Bertha Palmer please stand up?

May 27, 2010

Somehow, the late Bertha Honore Palmer is still showing up everywhere around town in her big lacy hats and dainty dresses.



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