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 Dori Saves Lives Needs YOU!   The Dori Saves Lives Foundation is looking for volunteers to take part in our upcoming Day at the Capitol Feb 28th, 2018 from 11am- 12:30 pm. The goal of this event is to Educate the Public about the importance of Traffic Safety and Promote the usage of Safe Driving Habit. Volunteers participating in our upcoming Day at the Capitol Event will be...

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Honoring the heroes and heroines of Florida who saved the Historic Capitol from destruction 40 years ago. Topics will recognize actual and fictional heroic characters in this fun trivia experience. Guest will enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Register your team by calling (850) 487-1902 or sign up through Eventbrite. Registration fee is $20 per team, maximum members per team is 4. Advance...

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Cleaver and Cork is Tallahassee Community College (TCC) Foundation’s signature event. This year’s experience will feature the talents of Food Network personality Chef Amanda Freitag in a farm to table wine affair styled by local event extraordinaire John Gandy. The evening will celebrate the essence of the region with a four-course meal featuring locally sourced ingredients...

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Lighting Sale! Open to the Public! Golden Lighting is hosting our Annual Warehouse Sale!  Most of the time, we deal only with retailers, but once a year we open our warehouse to the public! Don’t miss this savings opportunity! Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 3 from 8 AM - 4 PM & Sunday, March 4 from 10 AM - 3 PM. Come out and shop brand new, high quality lighting...

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On Saturday, March 3rd from 4pm to 6pm join us at My Favorite Books for a glass of book club wine and book club discussion with author Sara McFerrin, who will be introducing us to her Curiosity Club Mystery Series.  Sara McFerrin, a native of Alabama, lives in Apalachicola, Florida, with her husband of 58 years. She has been a weekly newspaper columnist as well as a contributor of short...

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Big Kahuna

Mar 4, 2018

Teams of 10-14 Paddlers in Giant Voyager Canoe. Teams have 2 opportunities to race 400 yards against the clock. The 2 fastest will compete head to head to be BIG KAHUNA. Team sponsorship is only $500. All proceeds help people of all abilities learn to participate in physical activity through SportsAbility. This event enhances the lives of people with disabilities by promoting active living....

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