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‘Do, build, succeed’

‘Do, build, succeed’

By LIA MARTIN Two students from the Lennard High School Robotics Club had the seniors living at SunTowers sitting on the edge of their seats while listening to the students…

Marianne Wexler is KP Artist of the Month

Marianne Wexler is KP Artist of the Month

Marianne Wexler is the Kings Point Art League Artist of the Month for May. Her paintings will be on display in the Art Studio of the Kings Point North Clubhouse…

Observations: Leaving and not saying goodbye

Observations: Leaving and not saying goodbye

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Easter morning dawned brightly and beautifully, as seen from the cockpit of my boat at Little Harbor in Ruskin. As a Christian, I find the day holds…

Obituaries April 24, 2014

Robert Louis Fosdale Robert Louis Fosdale, 78, of Sun City Center, Fla., longtime resident of Georgia and Elmwood Park, Ill., passed away peacefully April 18.  He is survived by Phyllis,…

Letters to the Editor April 24, 2014

Dear Editor, This letter is to correct the statements in Mr. Collett’s Letter to the Editor 4/17/14. Mr. Collett stated in The Observer: “Five of the remaining six are being…

Letter to the Editor April 17, 2014

Dear Editor: In the April 10 issue of The SCC Observer, Dee Williams took issue with the thoughtful letter from Paddy Cooney published in the April 3 Observer. Ms. Williams’…

SCC photographer has much in store for you at Carrollwood Cultural Center

Sun City Center Photo Club member Peter Bates will be showing his photographs at Tampa’s Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, during May. The exhibit is entitled Bodegas North and…

An uninvited visitor

Imagine going to your front door to greet an expected friend and finding a three-legged alligator instead. Robbin Stratton-Upson of Kings Point can relate exactly what that feels like. “I…

Spring Fling was a hit for state park

Organizers of the inaugural Spring Fling at Little Manatee River State Park chose the perfect date for blue skies, no rain, and a nice breeze last Saturday. The turnout was…

‘Tomorrow might be better’

By LIA MARTINlia@observernews.net Bruce Smith is a quiet guy, with a special kind of glow that has you wondering about his life. He is sitting in a room waiting for…