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Tickets for the buffet are $10 for adults, $8 for children 4 to 11.

April 21st, 2015 at 12:28 am

Tickets for the buffet are $10 for adults, $8 for children 4 to 11.

Tick­ets for the buf­fet are $10 for adults, $8 for chil­dren 4 to 11.

Sub­mit­ted by Gulf Cove UMC

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – Boy Scouts Troop 776 is plan­ning a Mother’s Day Break­fast Buf­fet at Gulf Cove United Methodist Church. The buf­fet will be served on from 8 a.m. to  noon Sat­ur­day, May 9.

The menu is sched­uled to include Chef Alfredo’s omelet bar, creamy southern-style grits, pota­toes O’Brien, bacon, sausage, scram­bled or fried eggs, pan­cakes, fruit bowl, cof­fee, juice, milk, and water.

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Tringali Rec Center closed for maintenance, repairs

Tringali will reopen April 27

Tringali will reopen April 27

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. –Tthe Tringali Recre­ation Cen­ter, 3460 North Access Road, will be closed through April  25 for main­te­nance and repairs. The facil­ity will reopen at 9 a.m. Mon­day, April 27.

Engle­wood res­i­dents can pur­chase park­ing passes at the Ann Dever Memo­r­ial Regional Park, 6791 San Casa Drive. The office is open Tues­day through Fri­day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat­ur­day and Sun­day. For more infor­ma­tion call 941−681−3743.

Video urges compliance with state’s new-resident vehicle registration law

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – State law requires new res­i­dents to reg­is­ter their motor vehi­cle and obtain a Florida Driver’s License, and Sara­sota County Sher­iff Tom Knight and Sara­sota County Tax Col­lec­tor Bar­bara Ford-Coates have released a Pub­lic Ser­vice Announce­ment (PSA) to let peo­ple know. The video will air on local TV and in other venues.

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2015 Junior Law Academy starting soon

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. – The Char­lotte County Sheriff’s Office is prepar­ing for its third sea­son of the Junior Law Acad­emy for mid­dle school students.

The Junior Law Acad­emy is a three-week pro­gram for mid­dle school stu­dents ages 11 to 15. Through both class­room train­ing and sev­eral field trips, the par­tic­i­pants have the oppor­tu­nity to learn about the ben­e­fits of law enforce­ment and com­mu­nity polic­ing in Char­lotte County. The Sheriff’s Office’s School Resource Offi­cers and other mem­bers of the agency inter­act with the youth, solic­it­ing their feed­back and ideas on rel­e­vant issues.

There will be two ses­sions held over the sum­mer break, each run­ning for three weeks with open­ings for 30 stu­dents. The first ses­sion will run from Mon­day, June 15, through Thurs­day, July 2. The sec­ond ses­sion will run from Mon­day, July 20, to Fri­day, Aug. 7. All classes are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon­day through Friday.

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Civil Air Patrol looking to recruit members for Charlotte Squadron

CAP's new recruiting poster

CAP’s new recruit­ing poster

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The Cadet Unit of the Char­lotte County Com­pos­ite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol has devel­oped a new recruit­ing poster under the guid­ing hand of Lt Gail L. Arnold, Deputy Com­man­der Cadets.

The squadron hopes to get the poster promi­nently dis­played in schools, busi­nesses and offices through­out the area.

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Temporary lane closure begins Tuesday, April 21

The closure affects Winchester Boulevard North, from South McCall Road to Prospect Avenue.

The clo­sure affects Win­ches­ter Boule­vard North, from South McCall Road to Prospect Avenue.

Sub­mit­ted by Char­lotte Co. Pub­lic Works

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The north­bound out­side lane of Win­ches­ter Boule­vard North, from South McCall Road to Prospect Avenue, will be closed dur­ing day­time work­ing hours from Tues­day, April 21, through Fri­day, April 24.

This lane clo­sure is nec­es­sary to allow con­struc­tion vehi­cles to trans­port mate­ri­als along Win­ches­ter Boule­vard in con­junc­tion with the Win­ches­ter Boule­vard South exten­sion project.

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CCSO looking for missing endangered teen

Emily Wilson

Emily Wil­son

Sub­mit­ted by Char­lotte Co. Sheriff’s Office

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – The Sheriff’s Office is look­ing for a miss­ing endan­gered teenage girl who hasn’t been seen since her first two classes on Wednes­day, April 15.

Emily Wil­son, 15, was last seen Wednes­day at Port Char­lotte High School where she attended her first two classes. She did not attend any other classes that date. When last seen, she was wear­ing jeans or sweat­pants, a gray shirt and a cam­ou­flage jacket.

She is described as being about 5–5, 108 pounds, with long, straight, blonde hair and brown eyes.

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Lemon Bay Playhouse to present ‘Oh, Mama! No, Papa!’

The cast of “Oh, Mama! No, Papa!”: Seated (from left) are Kim Fox, Stephen Horowitz, and Bob La Salle. Standing (from left) are Kristi Hibschman, Jim Walsh, and Lee Hakeem, and Donna Hadley.

The cast of “Oh, Mama! No, Papa!”: Seated (from left) are Kim Fox, Stephen Horowitz, and Bob La Salle. Stand­ing (from left) are Kristi Hib­schman, Jim Walsh, and Lee Hakeem, and Donna Hadley.

Sub­mit­ted by Lemon Bay Playhouse

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The Lemon Bay Play­house sea­son con­tin­ues April 29 through May 17 with “Oh, Mama! No, Papa!” by Regi­nald Denham.

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