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  • On the Town: Shriners embrace leaders

    On the Town: Shriners embrace leaders
    The Castaway Restaurant served as the venue for a gathering of the members of the Burbank Shrine Club as they observed their annual installation of officers this past Sunday evening. The event, which also included an official visit from Shrine Potentate,...
  • Northern Neck vs. Tidewater District all-star game March 16 to benefit Shriners

    Boys and girls Group A basketball stars from eastern Virginia will square off in the 15th annual NorLan Shrine Northern Neck-Tidewater District All-Star Games on March 16 in Lancaster High's gym. The Northern Neck girls will face the Tidewater girls at...
  • Are Car Seat Warmers Too Hot for Your Own Good?

     
    An attorney litigating the issue and a burn doctor say some car seat warmers pose unnecessary risks to certain groups of people, including individuals with paralysis and other sensory issues, according to USA Today. The National Highway Traffic Safety...
  • Found on EBay – Shriners Convention

     
    This postcard from the 1907 Shriners’ Convention in Los Angeles has been listed on EBay. The convention generated an almost endless assortment of pins, ribbons, plates, tumblers, postcards and other ephemera. I have never seen this one before....
  • Sir Gus makes Sanford zoo his home

     
    Anyone who has felt affection for Sir Gus, the Bahia Shrine's camel for the past eight years, will be happy to know that the Asian dromedary has a permanent home at the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens west of Sanford. “The Bahia Shriners are...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: JT Shriners Hospitals Open

     
    Welcome back, rank and file. After a forced hiatus to complete the FedEx Cup series, the PGA Tour's second tier gathers this week in Las Vegas to begin their final push for various year-end incentives. For some, it's the pressure of keeping a PGA Tour...
  • ‘Survivor’: Central Florida has second player in ‘One World’

     
      Central Florida has two players on CBS' “Survivor: One World.” Kat Edorsson, 22, of Orlando has drawn a lot of scrutiny for her play. Then there's Monica Culpepper, 41, who graduated from Lake Mary High School in 1988 and grew up in...
  • Bring-your-pets-to-church Sunday

     
    For members of St. Richard's Episcopal Church in Winter Park, Sunday was bring-your-pet to church in honor of the patron saint of animals, St. Francis of Assisi: By Jeff Kunerth, Orlando Sentinel WINTER PARK — Most Sundays, Jean McIntosh is Baptist....
  • 'Santa's mosque'

     
    Under the above subject heading my former colleague Richard Longworth, now a Senior Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, writes in an email: I was struck by the festive Christmas illumination now lighting the dome of the top......
  • Rose Parade 2013: List of float award winners

     
    Rose Parade 2013: List of float winners...
  • Park Vista goalie rebounds from surgery to play the sport she loves

    Park Vista goalie rebounds from surgery to play the sport she loves
    Park Vista sophomore Katy Richardson loves playing the game of soccer. The Cobras' starting goalkeeper, Katy lives for the thrill of competing in each match alongside her teammates. So this past June when her doctors told her that there was a good...