Mayor Buddy Dyer biked to City Hall this morning in celebration of National Bike to Work Day.
The 4th Annual Florida Open for Golfers with Disabilities is scheduled for June 13th, 2009 at Kissimmee Bay Country Club, located at 2801 Kissimmee Bay Boulevard, Kissimmee, Florida 34744. Sponsored by the National Alliance for Accessible Golf, and Florida Golf Magazine, the goal is to “have fun while raising awareness of accessibility issues concerning disabled and mobility challenged golfers.”
An amendment to the Florida Policeman’s Bill of Rights being pushed by the union will soon be sitting on Governor Charlie Crist’s desk awaiting signature to be signed into law. Sheriff Demings opposes this bill because it will only serve to protect bad cops. Good cops do not need it and bad cops do not deserve it.
The 2009 Graduating Class of Central Florida was addressed by Commissioner Tiffany Moore Russell on Thursday. The Commissioner told the graduates that, while they had accomplished much through completion of their secondary education, advantage should be taken of the guidance they would receive as they moved forward in life.
Lemon Bay High School Theatre is on a journey of a lifetime. This small town theatre program is a real life Cinderella story, and working feverishly to make their dreams come true!
Join the cast and crew this Sunday, May 24th, for some great food, LIVE music, family friendly children’s activities, and a chance to meet & greet the cast/crew of The Wedding Singer.
The Orlando Magic gave Rashard Lewis a six-year deal worth $118 million. That’s Kobe money, folks. The Magic overpaid for Lewis. That being said, if you’re going to overpay for a player, overpay for a guy that has ice water in his veins and can drill game-winning 3-pointers with 14 seconds left in the fourth quarter of one of the biggest games in his career, and team history.