Thursday, December 6, 2012

Join Manatee fans at Hurricane Watch Party

Marine PFC. Steven Grantham, a Saint Joseph Catholic School alum, with fifth-graders. His mom, Carol, is a first-grade teacher's aide.

There’s a Hurricane Watch Party at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 4925 Cortez Road, for Friday night’s Class 7A state semifinal between Manatee and St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale.
It’s the online feed from and kickoff is 7:30 p.m.
Call 798-6939 for details.

Melissa Smith graduates this month from Virginia Tech with a masters in structural engineering.
Hurray! from parents Janet and Mike, sisters Hilary Kahn and Lindsay Hussey and brothers-in-law Alex and Steven.

Mary Lou Zoback
Mary Lou Zoback, eldest daughter of former Manatee County Commissioner Kent Chetlain and his late wife, Joanne, was one of eight appointees to the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board by President Obama.
Mary Lou went to school here from 1957 until 1969 and is a consulting professor in the Environmental Earth System Science Department at Stanford University.

 When the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour hit Tampa last Tuesday night among the lucky Manatee School for the Arts students with backstage passes at the Straz Center were Colton Heier, Nicoletta Lanese, Devan McDuffie, Brandon Pavon, Lauren Pierce and Blossom Viruet.
They received them courtesy of the National Dance Association and were accompanied by MSA’s Kelly Burnette, the NDA National K-12 Dance Educator of the Year in 2007.

Read more Friday in Vin's People on

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