Thursday, June 14, 2012

Palmetto grad now Air Force lieutenant

A salute to Jordan Baker, newly commissioned second
lieutenant who completed officer training at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala. Jordan and wife Amber are stationed in Colorado Springs at Peterson AFB, where he’s a developmental engineer. The Palmetto High alum was a University of South Florida magna cum laude graduate in electrical engineering. Parents Phillip and Dianna and brothers Joel and Jeremy are proud.

The Hats of Harmony Hat Show, an annual fashion extravaganza and fundraiser, is 5 p.m. Saturday at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, 525 Ninth Ave. E., Bradenton. Donation is $15.
Call Shirley Brewer at 941-224-3590 or Camille Searles at 941-526-5278.

Ed Stanley spent his career in the airline industry, but never jumped out of an airplane.
Until now.
He’ll celebrate his 87th birthday Saturday freefalling 12,000 feet over Skydive City in Zephyrhills.

Jalyn Thompson not only aced the FCAT and won 10 awards including the Principal’s Award at Myakka Elementary’s graduation, but the 11-year-old had perfect attendance since first grade. Parents Jada and Jason, brother James and the Thompson, Cooper and Morris families are all proud.

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