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The Venice High Renaissance Team recognized the following students for the week of Feb. 25: Mallory Allen, Brittany Decker, Ciara Leary, John Jones, Yessica Aguilar, Gabe Hoberman, Jessica Sutton, Cody Matson, Morgan Kopfle, Bijou Balthazar and Sebastian Valdez-Ramirez.

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Children First Inc. thanks All Angels by the Sea Episcopal Church for its ongoing support of the community’s most vulnerable children and families. Children First received three separate grants from the church and its parishioners, whose generosity has helped to provide scholarships, holiday…

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The Conservation committee of the Venice Audubon Society is offering an informational program on the use of Florida native and friendly plants in your landscape plans.

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The Business and Professional Women of Englewood and Venice (BPWEV) is pleased to offer four adult learner scholarships in 2019. The scholarships available are $1,000 each.

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Grace Klutke, of Venice, Florida, was named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She is enrolled in the university’s College of Arts & Sciences.

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Carl Murrell, principle representative to the United Nations for the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States, will speak Monday, March 4, 7 p.m., at Unity Church of Venice, 125 N. Jackson Road, Venice.

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As the only institute of higher learning with 100-percent acceptance rate, Beach University again begins welcoming students in March.

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The Venice High Renaissance Team recognized the following students for the week of Feb. 11: Alexandria Bowers, Jonathan Cox, Timia Hill, Josie Hoberman, John Ignagni, Steffan Johnson, John Jones, Hannah Magrini, Sarah Meredith, Megan Miscannon, Jonathan Pellegrino, Carson Peters, Michael Phi…

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With just a month to go before the eighth Venice Book Fair & Writers’ Festival March 15-16, it is time for writers to sign up for the writers festival classes that Friday, March 15 in the William H. Jervey Jr. Venice Public Library, 300 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice.

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Dorothy Korwek will present a lecture and slide show to the Gulf Coast Humanist Association on the topic, “The John Nolen Plan for the Venice Historic District” at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 2, at The Family Table Restaurant, 14132 Tamiami Trail, North Port. This event is free and the public…

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Children First Inc. thanks All Angels by the Sea Episcopal Church for its ongoing support of the community’s most vulnerable children and families. Children First received three separate grants from the church and its parishioners, whose generosity has helped to provide scholarships, holiday…

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Through the generosity of Gulf Coast Community Foundation (GCCF) and a leveraged grant, Big Brothers Big Sisters has launched five Beyond School Walls programs locally.

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The Venice High Renaissance Team recognized the following students for the week of Feb. 4: Kinsey Hill, Colton Frantz, Lauren Stone, Ben Snyder, Sheila Dragani, Rodrigo Soares, Kelly Chen, Madison Brasch, Brooklyn Hodgson, Ali Aguiar, Leah Marisi, Devany Newcomb, Alberto Teijelo, Kiley Davis…

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Today, most Florida-bound travelers reach the state using some pretty straightforward routes ... I-75 south is popular, along with flights from all locales. But how did new residents find Florida some 60-plus million years ago?

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The Venice High Renaissance Team recognized the following students for the week of Jan. 28: Kiley Davis, Olivia Hanley, Ethan Matthews, Hannah Williams, Lillian Maggio, Aundraya Murdocca, Brian Bui, Olivia Sleight, Mikayla Shelton, Sam Irvin, Connie Carbone, Tiki Nabergall, Maeve Sims and Ta…

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