Dick and Pat Bain of Bay Hill celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and neighbors.
Cypress Point resident Phaedra Rae joins ENV Consultants as its resident aesthetician.
As part of his Eagle Scout project, Emerald Forest resident Charlie Soukup of Boy Scout Troop No. 225 installs a brick paver walkway at Sand Lake Elementary School.
Hunter’s Creek residents Scott and Laura Stein co-own Delish New York Bakery, which was recognized by AOL’s City’s Best.
The third annual 4 Paws for the Cause Walk & Dogtoberfest will be held Oct. 8 at The Village at Hunter’s Creek, located at 13538 Village Park Drive in Orlando. The one-mile dog walk will pay tribute to and promote awareness of those affected by cancer, including pets. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m., the walk is at 9 a.m., and Dogtoberfest activities, including a dog costume contest, take place from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Through Sept. 26, the cost is $30, which includes a free T-shirt, and proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Dogs must be leashed, up-to-date on vaccinations, and have a proof-tag of current rabies vaccination. For more information or to register, email
www.4pawsforthecause.com on the Web.
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