Thursday, April 4, 2013

Palmetto JROTC off to Louisville for Army nationals

Good luck to Palmetto High School’s JROTC drill team at Saturday’s Army National Drill Championships in Louisville. The squad members are Kenneth Ansbro, Monica Balli, Kevin Beach, Randy Beck, Lee Blair, Bethany Brogdon, Megan Carpenter, Alicia Delarosa, Nelson Doire, Joseph Eicher, Dustin Hall, Ersasto Hernandez, Taylor Holmes, Thai Holmes, Donald Preston, Daniel Preston, Daniel Price, Karelee Roca, Nina Skinner, Brandon Smith, James Vaught, Jessica Wood and Cory Zwycewicz. They’re coached by Sgt. 1st Class Wayne Hockley. Retired Lt. Col. Philip Pugh is the senior Army instructor.

Manatee High School’s Sugar’ Canes host a Cane Camper Clinic, 9 a.m. April 13 for third-through-eighth graders, who will perform at the May 18 Spring Show. Contact Mary Galati at 941-920-2433 or for information.

New Bradenton Marauder manager Frank Kremblas will have a built-in fan club among our town’s Ohio natives. Born in Carroll, southeast of Columbus, the 46-year-old played at Canal Winchester High School and was drafted by the Reds in 1989 and spent eight years in the Cincinnati organization.
Father Frank Sr. quarterbacked Ohio State to a share of the 1957 national championship under legendary Woody Hayes. Weather permitting, the M’s home opener with Fort Myers is Friday night at McKechnie Field. First pitch is 7:05 p.m. 
That wily ol’ stork is on final approach for Angela and Chris Babroski, who will name their first bundle of love, Michael. Due date is April 23.

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