Summer means road trips. The children are out of school, so families travel to visit their relatives and friends. This summer past time has been memorialized in the movies usually by comedies that rely on a series of unfortunate events to create awkwardly humorous situations.
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On a turn of State Road 476 between Lake Lindsey and Nobleton a headless dinosaur stands on the side of the road. It has become a landmark and merchandise for the area bears its likeness. The dinosaur is extremely realistic, the cement has been textured to resemble a leathery skin. On a foggy day you could imagine you are seeing a real live Brontosaurus as they existed 150 million years ago.
On Monday June 5th, the Florida High School Athletic Association announced the eight- member FHSAA Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Among the names on the class list is Coach Ernie Chatman.
At the end of May high schools in the area celebrated their graduates. A few of these high school graduates finished high school with a two year college degree, by taking advantage of the dual enrollment program with PHSC or St. Petersburg College. The graduates are heading to college, starting businesses, and starting careers. There are some graduates that are entering the armed forces.
Many are leaving our community and some will return as doctors, lawyers, businessmen and veterans.
Here are two notable graduates.
We should all be thankful to those willing to sacrifice their lives to serve our country. Because of them, we have the opportunity to live in freedom.
The roads were packed with bikers on Monday, many of whom converged upon the Florida National Cemetery’s annual Memorial Day Ceremony. A group of bikers sponsored by Tampa Bay Defenders met at the rest area near marker 277 on I-75 to make the trek.
National Nurses’ Week is celebrated annually nationwide the first week of May to honor the services that the nursing profession makes to the community.
According to Rachel Provau, Chief Nursing Officer at Bayfront Health Spring Hill, there are a number of ways in which Bayfront t Health Systems takes part in this celebration at both their local branches.
“At the beginning of the week the staff votes on ‘Best of…’ for all nursing categories. On Friday we have a little party in the cafeteria and hand out gift cards to the winners. We also hand out nursing awards.”