Charlie Soukup of Emerald Forest earns the rank of Eagle Scout.
Charlie Soukup of Boy Scout Troop No. 225 in Windermere earned the rank of Eagle Scout. The Emerald Forest resident and Dr. Phillips High School student installed a paver walkway at Sand Lake Elementary School, where he went to school as a child. Charlie’s project was completed with the help of more than 37 Scouts, parents and neighborhood volunteers.
Glynwood resident Mark Schirmer joins PNC Wealth Management as vice president, senior relationshipmanager.
Lynette Reynolds of Ocoee receives the West Orange Chamber of Commerce 2011 Chairman’s Award.
Lynette Reynolds, partner and professional organizer/certified senior move manager for At Your Service, was the recipient of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce 2011 Chairman’s Award. The Ocoee resident was recognized for providing exceptional service to WOCC throughout the year. Lynette has more than 15 years of meeting and event planning experience with Walt Disney World Resort and the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and serves on WOCC board of directors’ Executive Committee, as well as the Citrus Club Young Executive Committee.
Donna Boyer (right) of Palm Lake and her daughter-in-law, Emily Scotson of Woodlands Village, attend the fifth annual High Tea & Hats fundraiser.
Palm Lake resident Donna Boyer and her daughter- in-law, Emily Scotson of Woodlands Village, were among the more than 300 guests who attended the fifth annual High Tea & Hats fundraiser that was held at The Peabody Orlando. More than $40,000 was raised to benefit Seniors First Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps Central Florida seniors maintain their independence.
During a camp out in St. Cloud, fathers and daughters in the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA Family Center Indian Princesses Oneida tribe visit with members of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, who arrive via helicopter.
More than 200 fathers and daughters from seven Dr. P. Phillips YMCA Family Center Indian Princess tribes participated in a camp out at Forever Florida in St. Cloud. The event included war games, scavenger hunts, swamp buggy rides and an evening bonfire program. In addition, members of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the camp via helicopter. The pilots spoke with the dads and daughters about their jobs and how the helicopter operates.
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