Thursday, April 28, 2011

Southeast benefit golf tourney at Tara May 14

Paul Maechtle is looking for a few good golfers

Southeast’s 23rd annual benefit golf tournament is May 14 at Preseve at Tara.
AD and football coach Paul Maechtle seeks sponsors and players.
Call 741-3366, ext. 2194.

There’s going to be a good time for a good cause 1-8 p.m. Sunday at Mattison’s Riverside, 1200 First Ave. W., Bradenton.
They’re hosting a benefit concert for Michelle Bell-Nichols, a restaurant manager and mother of three, who suffered a stroke Jan. 17, was hospitalized for a month, has no health insurance and faces a ton of medical bills.
Groups performing are the Billy Rice Band, Shotgun Justice, The Arch, Shineola and Messenger.
There will be a live auction, raffles, dunk tank, boat rides, food and drink specials and Mattison’s Riverside’s first Waiters Cup.
Call Diane Walsh at 776-5843 or email:

Pat Geyer
Remember Pat Geyer Sunday, the first anniversary of “Miss Duffy’s” passing.

MHS alum Kendall Williamson graduated summa cum laude from UF’s school of nursing. Parents Marla and Buddy, sister Kallin and grandma Joyce Williamson are proud.

J oey Thomas got that shiner on his left eye in a manner unusual even for a rough-and-tumble Miller Elementary third-grader.
“I got in a fight a with a footstool and the footstool won,” said the 8-year-old G.T. Bray Little Leaguer.

Mike Parrott is recuperating from April 19 triple-bypass surgery.
“Just glad to be here,” the lucky 47-year-old said.

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