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The miracle on Maud Street

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  • HERALD PHOTO BY GORDON BOWER -- The Visual Arts Center at 210 Maud Street, located just across from Fishermenís Village, is celebrating its 25th anniversary from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 23. The public is invited to attend the free party and find out more about the centerís contribution to the arts. --
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Marine Trading Post opens Port Charlotte store

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  • HERALD PHOTO BY ROBERT NELSON -- Marine Trading Post manager Mike Jones is ready to help you find the items that you need for your next boat repair project. Marine Trading Post is located at 4694 N. Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. For more information, call 941-766-1044 or visit www.marinetradingpost.com.
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Pirates take on Bobcats at Port Charlotte Golf Club

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  • HERALD PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYA -- Port Charlotte High School senior Tate Smith tees of at Hole No. 1 at Port Charlotte Golf Club during a recent match against North Port High School. Smith posted 37.
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What are those coppery-pink flowers?

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  • PHOTO PROVIDED -- Piece of artificial turf used under a stilt home.
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ROTC cadets help football?game run smoothly

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  • PHOTO PROVIDED -- The Pirate Battalion Color Guard presented the colors at the Port Charlotte vs. Charlotte game Oct. 31. -- From left are Cadet Soto with right rifle, Cadet Coffey (Commander) with the American flag, Cadet Smith with the Florida flag, Cadet Hepner with the Pirate flag and Cadet Carter with the left rifle.
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  • PHOTO PROVIDED -- Two-year-old Sancho is friendly, playful and handsome. He has been at the shelter since February and would be very appreciative of a home of his own with people to love and play with him. Read Sancho?s full story on the Adoptable Dogs page of the shelter?s website at www.awlshelter.org. Sancho is available at the Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County, 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte. All their animals are micro-chipped, spayed or neutered and are current with shots prior to adoption, except for rabies. The shelter is open from -- 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.
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PCHS wins Virginia MUN Conference

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  • PHOTO PROVIDED -- Varsity football player Shaun Sheridan and his mother, Judith, make their way across the track to be recognized during Senior Night festivities Nov. 14 at Pirates? Cove.
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Houston finds a new fan base

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  • PHOTOS PROVIDED -- Fred O?Dell adopted Houston from the Animal Welfare League. Along with Fred, Houston gets to pal around with new friend Dia and her sons, Colt and Drew. Houston has also made new friends with the merchants surrounding O?Dell?s business in Cape Coral.
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Veterans honored at Royal Palm

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  • PHOTOS PROVIDED -- The Charlotte High School Charisma Choir opened the ceremony by singing "God Bless America" during the Royal Palm Retirement Centre?s Veteran?s Day celebration to honor all veterans and especially the ones who are residents at the facility.
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Pirate Perfection

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  • The Port Charlotte defense, along with Coach Chris Drummer, celebrate their perfect 6-0 record in which they shut out all of their -- opponents -- and outscored them 183-0.
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