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‘Pooled Elements — a Jewelry Collective’ is August feature
Five jewelry artisans present their versatile creations in a unique collection during August at In-Town Gallery. Mary Clor, Laura Brock, Barbara Murnan, Marian Kern, and Eleanor Goodson express the...
Jul 28, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 77 77 recommendations | email to a friend
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Trousdale’s Got Talent
Allen and Shannon Clark, directors of Trousdale School, are proving they are “doing what we say we’re doing.” The 29 students — high functioning adults — are reaping the benefits of 80 years of tea...
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Mom enjoys the artistry of martial arts
Standing 6 feet tall, Jenny Hoffman could have been a model or a basketball star with a bright future, but the statuesque wife and mom of two young daughters took up kickboxing and karate instead. ...
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Stephen Hailey turns ‘Baseball Mission’ into a home run
For Stephen Hailey, a long-awaited day dream of owning his own business has come into reality. His company, The Baseball Mission, is not just a hit, it’s more like a grand slam home run to many of ...
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Feeding the poor in Cleveland
New Family Kitchen offers weekend meals for the homeless and hungry
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Habitat for Humanity: Making a difference in El Salvador
Did you know Habitat for Humanity works to eliminate substandard housing all over the world? It’s true!, says Annie Kinworthy, who was on a team of seven Habitat volunteers and staff that traveled ...
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Host family loves Distinguished Young Women
Julie and Dewayne Wilson are glad for the opportunity to work in the Distinguished Young Women program. This is their third year as host family since “coming back” after a few years Julie took off ...
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Made with love
Walk into Sifted Bakery at Spring Creek and you are greeted with the aroma of baking. The case holding smaller editions of cakes, pies and cookies give an open invitation to “taste and see.” Summer...
Jul 14, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 70 70 recommendations | email to a friend
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DAR bring ancestors and genealogies to life
At a recent meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Ocoee Chapter), Barbara Fagan spoke on “Genealogy.” She presented her unique idea for making genealogy interesting by making each ch...
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Weight-loss and nutrition in America: How education can make a difference in a healthier you
Fighting the battle of the bulge seems to be an ongoing process for many men, women and children in America. According to the World Health Organization, nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweigh...
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