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Photo by Shelby Schwartz
Maia Zildjian and Mary Winemiller sell “edible art.”
Sarasota Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 4 years ago

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Straight Shooters
Eleven cadets from Sarasota Military Academy’s Rifle Team traveled 13 hours Oct. 19 to Memphis, Tenn., to compete in the Montgomery Bell Academy Rifle Classic. The MBA Rifle Classic is the largest junior shooting event in the country, with 350 competitors from 21 different states.

Sarasota Military Academy’s Precision Team finished second place in the event. The cumulative Precision Team score was 2,278, a one-point improvement of the year before and just 10 points from first place.

Fall Fun
Sarasota Christian School families celebrated homecoming and the return of fall at the school’s annual Homecoming and Fall Festival and Cow Drop, Saturday Nov. 2. During the event, students competed in a dodgeball tournament while alumni played in volleyball and softball games.

Come one, come all
Pine View School for the Gifted held its annual fair Oct. 19. The school’s cafeteria and quad were the hot spots of the fair, housing dozens of activities and student-run booths.

The booths ranged from foreign language clubs selling food to the art club selling their wares. Activities at the fair consisted of rock climbing, a dunk tank and a bounce house. The fair, which was open to the public, saw a big turnout.
— Courtesy of Shelby Schwartz


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