PHOTO PROVIDED -- The photo Gary Krist took of Barbara Mackle to send to her parents to prove she was alive, just before he buried her.
Album ID: 1656428
Presley re-elected foundation's board chairman
PHOTO PROVIDED -- The Punta Gorda Elkettes of Lodge 2602 recently installed their officers for 2013-14. From left: Mary Kay Newman, chaplain; Gerri Keenan, chaplain; Sandy Blackhurst, assistant secretary; Ethel Kreschman, secretary; Joan Koch, president; Carol Bemister, first vice president; Margo Myer, second vice president; Carol Milroy, treasurer; and Rita Popko, assistant treasurer. Not pictured: Lu Pfeiffer, sergeant-at-arms.
Album ID: 1649250
Take Stock in Children seniors graduate
PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE CHARLOTTE LOCAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION -- The Charlotte County Take Stock in Children scholars.
Album ID: 1649262
Longtime volunteer recognized
PHOTO PROVIDED -- Kim Maddy, left, and Alyson Burch of Charlotte State Bank & Trust stand in front of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life sign at Charlotte High School. Kim and Alyson manage the banks Charlotte Harbor and Punta Gorda offices, respectively, and the two branches raised a total of $1,260 for the event. Both offices encouraged donations and held bake sales to help the American Cancer Society fight cancer, raise awareness and provide hope to cancer victims and their families.
Album ID: 1645658
Celebrating Earth Day in Englewood
SUN PHOTO BY BARBARA MELLINGER, email@example.com -- Hoop Dance Basics teacher Gina DeFrancesco, Michelle OConnor of Port Charlotte and Greg Dales, co-founder of the Englewood Open Studio give hula hoops a whirl Sunday at the Earth Day Festival on Dearborn Street. An estimated 1,800 people attended the first-ever event. DeFrancesco teaches hoop dance at Dance Etc., a new studio in Englewood. For more Earth Day Fest photos, turn to page 13.
Album ID: 1642524
Police Department recognizes its own
Lt. Richard E. Mohaupt
Album ID: 1641525
Murder target speaks out
Janeene Lea Jones
Album ID: 1629898
Ocean Hour cleanup
PHOTO PROVIDED -- Layla, a Yorkie who loves to paddleboard, checks out some of the trash picked up Saturday during Hooked on SUPs Ocean Hour cleanup. Layla belongs to Paige Bakhaus, owner of Hooked on SUP. The public is invited to join in on the weekly paddleboard cleanups.
Album ID: 1629896
A good argument from CHS mock trial team
PHOTO PROVIDED -- Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell accepts a donation of stuffed animals and blankets from Ricky Li of Charlotte Academy.
Album ID: 1619251
Sallade's collar program to be recognized
PHOTO PROVIDED -- From left, Charlotte County Sheriff's Deputy First Class William Miller, Sheriff Bill Prummell, Melanie Bailey and Corrections Deputy First Class Garland Collins at the awards luncheon.