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June 28, 2019

Chorus to present “The Spirit of Freedom”

Often when writing these articles, I look to the internet for inspiration – to get my creative juices flowing, so to speak.  So I Googled “The Spirit of Freedom” and this is what popped up –  an Australian luxury “Livaboard Dive” vessel, an Irish folk music album by Christy Moore, the Idaho Veterans Service Award,

Celebration Foundation 2019 scholarships

By Jacquie Hobgood   The prospect of college is perhaps one of the most exciting events in a student’s life. At the same time, it may also be a bit daunting, as the cost of college is ever increasing. For the past several years, the Celebration Foundation has granted scholarships to Celebration residents who submitted

June 21, 2019

Independence Day traffic and safety

In anticipation of the events occurring in Celebration as part of the ‘Star Spangled Spectacular 4th of July event, the following traffic initiatives will be in place in an effort to assist residents and to ensure an enjoyable experience. On Wednesday, July 3, beginning at 2 p.m., vehicle access to the Town Center area will

June 20, 2019

Understanding your dog’s desire to dig

  Many dog parents have been frustrated when their four-legged friends start digging holes around the yard or at the dog park.  While digging is a natural behavior for many breeds, understanding why your dogs are digging is important to managing their behavior. According to the American Kennel Club (AKC) there are several reasons why

June 14, 2019

Celebration Lifelong playwrights raise the bar again

By B. Alksninis   Six students from Celebration Lifelong’s spring 2019 Write a Ten-Minute Play Workshop presented their finished works to an appreciative audience on Tuesday, April 23.  The readings took place during Lifelong’s Tuesday Lecture Series.  First-time playwrights Margaret Cancalon and Eileen Crawford wowed the crowd with their works, as did veteran students Don

June 11, 2019

Sun safety in the summer sun

  Whether you are a year round resident of the sunshine state or occasional visitor, taking steps to protect yourself from the sun’s rays should always be on your to do list. However, as you know, the summer months place a greater emphasis on protecting you and your family, as the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays

June 6, 2019

Hurricane season is here; Are you prepared?

Welcome to the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season.  For those of you who are new to Florida and as a reminder to locals, the Atlantic Basin hurricane season, which includes the Caribbean, Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the State of Florida, begins on June 1 and ends on November 30.  Florida can have hurricanes

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