Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. Navy Seabee and World War II veteran Bill Criswell has spent the past five years working toward erecting a military monument in downtown Windermere.
Regardless of hard times, places of hope can be found throughout Central Florida, places where residents and families are coming together to pay tribute to fallen heroes and inspire others for a brighter future. Two such places are the Deputy Scott Pine Community Park and Pink Ribbon Garden.
The worst mass shooting in US history occurred last night in downtown Orlando. Omar Mateen dialed 911 and proclaimed his allegiance to ISIS moments before opening fire inside the Pulse Club and killing at least 50 and injuring another 53. The staff of the Southwest Orlando Bulletin extends our sincere condolences to the families of the victims.
The Legacy of Frank Hubbard Dr. Phillips resident Evans Hubbard learned about philanthropy from a young age as the son of Frank and Ruth Hubbard, who were very active in the Central Florida community since 1949. That is why, to this day, it’s important to Evans to keep his family’s legacy ongoing through future generations. Frank Hubbard was the largest single shareholder…