Railroad Museum Events

Railroad Museum Events

Florida RailRoad Museum Events

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Join us for one of our great Train Events… Tickets are always on sale!

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In the Spotlight – Pomegranates

In the Spotlight – Pomegranates

Pomegranates Frozen Yogurt New to Parrish

Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt is a quality self-service frozen yogurt establishment that offers a variety of frozen yogurt flavors that consist of options that are dairy free and gluten-free. As well as providing countless options of your favorite toppings to build your creation, leading to endless possibilities.

We are an independent non-franchise business, Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt is locally operated and owned by Gary and Nicola Rodney, The vision of the Pome is to become a place that people can join together & savor a treat of their imagination, in a community centered and pleasing environment.

We hope you will visit the Pome soon and join #PFY movement spreading inspiration, originality, and bliss one swirl at a time.

Visit us on the Web: http://www.pomfrozenyogurt.com/#home

12341267_1547166282189192_8794454528822108522_nFind us at:
9023 U.S. Highway 301 N.
Parrish, FL, 34219

941-981-3617
gnmg@pomegranatefrozenyogurt.com

Hours

M-Thurs 12:00 pm–9:00 pm
Fri-Sa 12:00 pm–10:00 pm
Su 12:00pm – 8:00 pm

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Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America

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By Lauren Verno, Reporter
Last Updated: Sunday, December 18, 2016, 6:39 PM EST

The Sarasota National Cemetery is the final resting place for tens of thousands of veterans.  In honor of the holiday season, Wreaths Across America Sarasota put 10,700 wreaths on those graves.

The ceremony held Saturday at Sarasota National Cemetery was part of “National Wreaths Across America Day.” At national cemeteries across the U.S., wreaths were placed upon the graves of those who in life served our country.
“It’s giving recognition to the veterans,” said Sarasota National Cemetery volunteer Martin Donner. “Regardless of their religion, regardless of where they served and how they served.”
The wreaths serve as a reminder that each of these veterans will never be forgotten.
Its a calming thought for veteran Wayne Jensen, who knows Sarasota National Cemetery will be his final resting place.
“I’m going to have a wreath myself here some day, even though I’m not with us anymore, it’s going to feel pretty good as far as I’m concerned,” said Jensen, who served in the Navy during the Vietnam War. “Just knowing it now makes me feel good.”
Jensen said it didn’t matter to him what war each person served in. He considers everyone in the cemetery his family.
“Basically I know everybody, they’re all my brothers and sisters,” said Jensen. “We all served this wonderful country of ours.”
The wreaths will be kept on the graves until January 14th.

 

Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/news/local/article116166263.html#storylink=cpy

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FPL Solar Power

FPL Solar Power

Massive solar power plant to produce energy by December

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