Thursday, June 9, 2011

Palmetto High alum now West Point grad

A big salute to 2nd Lt. David Harley Matthews Jr., who just graduated from West Point. The PHS alum and former Tiger distance runner will report to Fort Stewart, Ga., the largest military installation in the eastern U.S., for training.
His proud parents are Charlotte and David.

That’s 15 years of wedded bliss for MCSO detective Darryl Davis and his lovely wife, Ratavia.

Zack Wilkinson was named outstanding BCS senior at graduation and is bound for Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach.
Big ups from parents Drs. Tom and Suzanne Wilkinson and siblings Josh, Tim and Jenny.

The Lakewood Ranch Longhorns 12-Under baseball team is going to Cooperstown, N.Y., to play in the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament June 11-17.
The players are Andrew Csubak, Anthony DiMare, Nick DiMare, Matty Intihar, Seth Katzenberger, Seth Miller, Collin Moore, George Prince, Orlando Ruiz, Jakeub Scheid, Brock Sisson and Jake Starck.

John W. James, former department chair of fine arts at MCC, was recognized by the SCF president’s council on service and civic participation for his volunteer service to the college and community.

After six years finishing out of the money, Holmes Beach Police Chief Jay Romine took home the winner’s cup at the 14th Annual Beech Mountain Invitational Golf Tournament at beautiful Beech Mountain, N.C. Paul Riesterer, Ken Apple and Jim Simpson finished 2-3-4, respectively.

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