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In the Tiki Room Summer’s Coolest Drinks Have Arrived in Sanford

By Drink Sanford Leave your worries at the door and enter into an exotic locale right in the middle of Downtown Sanford. Let the bartenders at The Suffering Bastard hand you a rum cocktail in an anthropomorphic mug and fly you to a far off Polynesian island, complete with a tropical and Asian inspired menu from Da Kine Poke. For ...

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GET TO KNOW SEMINOLE STATE COLLEGE PRESIDENT DR. GEORGIA LORENZ

By Perla B. Crosby Regarding your previous experience, what do you see as most beneficial to Seminole State College, and what are you hoping to bring to the new job? I have many years of experience in higher education and community colleges including 13 years in California at Santa Monica College (SMC). There I served as Vice President for Academic ...

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Then and Now: The Woman’s Club of Sanford

Then Now Top row: Kelly Phelan, Marian McNamara Yeadon, Nancy Tron, Lisa Finnerty; 2nd row: Valeri Davis, Linda Miller, Karen Adam, Christina Hollerbach; first row: Nancy Van, Lynn Sweeney, Shakirah Johnson BY KEVIN D. GARDNER The Woman’s Club of Sanford has been a fixture in the city since April 1913. Its clubhouse at 309 S. Oak Ave. — built in ...

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BEST PLACE TO EAT A Historic Downtown Packed Full of Winner

BY LEON KONIECZNY Sanford’s Historic Downtown has more award-winning, locally- owned food establishments than anywhere in the country — and maybe even the world, it would seem. This year’s presentation of the Best of Sanford 2018 awards made this a proven fact. As voted on by readers of My Sanford Magazine, the awards showcased the multitude of locally owned establishments ...

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DISCONNECTING FROM TECHNOLOGY

BY MARNIE FORESTIERI With summer just around the corner, it’s time for parents to start planning activities to keep kids occupied once school is out. While summer can be a reprieve from the hectic over-scheduled days of the school year, the slower pace can also result in boredom. During this time, children can become more dependent on TV, game consoles, ...

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