To the Editor:
It’s that time of year again. Your local American Cancer Society Relay for Life is coming up soon. Saturday, April 27 your local businesses will set up at the Ball Park at the end of Wheeler Street and walk through the night to fight cancer. There will be food and activities through the night. It’s a carnival-like atmosphere for most of the day and evening except just after sunset during the luminaria walk.
On behalf of the board of trustees, staff and volunteers of Suncoast Humane Society I would like to send a special thank you to the community of Boca Grande for your support of this year’s Tennis Ball.
It was windy and chilly in the early morning hours of Saturday, April 6. Nevertheless, many dedicated volunteers showed up for an assignment. Wearing jackets or sweaters, they signed up to help keep Boca Grande tidy and beautiful. Each person was assigned a segment of the island and, with their bags and pick up devices in hand, marched off to do their work.
To the Editor:
At the beginning of this season, the board of the Royal Palm Players promised to make this a season of fun. Thanks to the generous effort of all of our volunteers, sponsors, donors, casts, crews, directors, musicians, venues staffs, our office staff and the Lighthouse United Methodist Church, this season truly has been fun for everyone involved. On stage, as well as off-stage.
It was about seven years ago – now that I have 20/20 vision I can see just how it all went down. My daughter is now 23 years old, it started when she was about 16.
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