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Saturday, Oct 25, 2014

The Sun

Traditions are the glue of generations

We did it because it was fun, it drew us closer to our children and we were looking for a memory-maker that would be a special event we could savor and share upon recollection. That’s how “Foothie” was born in our family.
Published: 10/17/14
Hot cereal comes packed with memories

Hot cereal comes packed with memories

While I recognize it’s health benefits and the need to eat less bacon and eggs, as a breakfast option, oatmeal has always seemed bland, pasty and gray.
Published: 10/17/14
Open garden time keeps me going

Open garden time keeps me going

Special Correspondent
Published: 10/17/14
Make good fishing happen

Make good fishing happen

I learned many decades ago that some people make things happen and others wonder what happened. Watch a good guide fish. They make it happen. You can too.
Published: 10/17/14
Annual South Shore Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday

Annual South Shore Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday

Imagine if someone you loved was slowly losing their memory, slowly losing their personality and suffering from the ravaging effects of an incurable disease. Imagine all that — and then imagine if that person was you.
Published: 10/16/14
Seabees here to help

Seabees here to help

SUN CITY CENTER — In 1993 Harold Hanneke and a few southern Hillsborough County veterans organized a group of Navy Seabees to share their service experiences and offer emotional support to one another.
Published: 10/16/14
Sun City Center Chamber to host a ‘Nightmare’

Sun City Center Chamber to host a ‘Nightmare’

SUN CITY CENTER — The SCC Area Chamber of Commerce will host “Nightmare Before Christmas,” a party where toys rule, on Oct. 31.
Published: 10/16/14
MOAA makes donation to homeless veterans organization

MOAA makes donation to homeless veterans organization

Retired Army Lt. Col. Carol Barkalow recently spoke at the Military Officers Association of America monthly meeting at the Atrium. She graduated from West Point in May 1980 and held a variety of command and staff positions, including staff officer, c...
Published: 10/16/14
Throngs of kids, parents expected at this year’s Trick or Treat Street

Throngs of kids, parents expected at this year’s Trick or Treat Street

RIVERVIEW — With 26 years of experience under its belt, the Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce knows all the tricks for delivering Halloween treats to kids in a safe, festive environment.
Published: 10/16/14
Nearly 500 walk, run to remember Austin Bradley Coates

Nearly 500 walk, run to remember Austin Bradley Coates

APOLLO BEACH — About 500 caped parents and children turned out for the recent ABC Superhero Fun Run in memory of 4-year-old Austin Bradley Coates, who died in June when a grape lodged in his throat during lunch. The inaugural 1-mile run/walk t...
Published: 10/16/14