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EAST LAKE — East Lake Fire Rescue was recently named Florida’s 2019 District of the Year by the Florida Association of Special Districts. This award is presented to a district that works in a team effort to achieve and surpass all priority goals while staying within budget guidelines, and me…

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PALM HARBOR — Barbara Guarascio took a big chance by moving to Pinellas County from Detroit to open her Detroit Coney Island eatery with the idea of bringing foods unique to Michigan and elsewhere in the Midwest to the Sunshine State.

EAST LAKE — Former LPGA star Jan Stephenson, who now owns a golf course in Palm Harbor, was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame during a ceremony in California that took place during the week of the 119th U.S. Open, at the famed Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Tennis fans of all ages from around the country filed into the tennis center at Innisbrook recenly to see James Blake, Jim Courier, Mardy Fish and John McEnroe square off in a single-set, single-elimination match that saw the players crisscrossing center court for shots while hamming it up whenever possible, much to the delight of the fans.

Less than a week after top PGA Tour players depart Innisbrook, the resort will play host to professionals from another sport. The inaugural Innisbrook Tennis Open starting Sunday will feature several top-100 players as well an Invesco Series senior match play event featuring tennis legends Jim Courier, James Blake, Mardy Fish and one of the greatest players of all time, John McEnroe.

Everyone seemed to be delighted with the recent English Tea on March 2. Both morning and afternoon sessions were sold out! Most participants wore fancy hats to enjoy the spirited conversation and lovely refreshments served at the annual tea, just one of the unique and exciting events offered…

EAST LAKE — If Jan Stephenson was at the peak of her fame today, the professional golfer, recognized as much for her exploits off the course as her prolific career on the links, would most likely be a social media star with millions of followers.

PALM HARBOR – In February 1904, the first Phi Beta Psi Sorority chapter was founded by May Eva Lied in Columbus, Ohio. The purpose of the organization, which was not college based, was “to promote fraternal relations among its members,” according to its website.

PALM HARBOR – A few months ago, Innisbrook Managing Director Mike Williams revealed some of the projects the Palm Harbor golf resort was undergoing, including remodeling all 300 guest rooms as well as a complete overhaul of the greens on two of the resort’s championship level courses.

It didn’t take long for Ruby the dog to make herself at home at Palm Harbor’s Fire Station 65. “My first experience with Ruby was the gift she left me on the carpet in my office,” Craig Maciuba, the fire chief, said. “But I guess that’s what puppies do.” Ruby has made up for that accident, to say the least. Not only was she adopted by Palm Harbor Fire Rescue in September, she received her badge during an oath-of-office ceremony on Oct. 12 that featured her offering up a paw print to seal the deal.

PALM HARBOR – When it comes to community institutions, Moose International is right up there with the Elks, the American Legion, the Rotary Club and the VFW in terms of longevity.

PALM HARBOR — “Never Forget” has become the mantra for 9/11 remembrance ceremonies across the country in the wake of the 2001 tragedy, and organizers of the 2018 memorial event at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens in Palm Harbor made sure this year’s ceremony won’t soon be forgotten.

It’s important to get children to want to move for physical fitness. I often hear 4-year-olds saying “I’m tired” after one song/movement activity! How sad is that? Our sedentary society has turned children into non-physical beings. A natural partner to music is movement. Let’s explore its va…

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