William Dread will be accompanied by a 17-year-old student who befriended him (and found an apartment for him) on the honor flight leaving Lakeland Linder Airport Wednesday morning for a visit to Washington, D.C., with other veterans.
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Chris Sexson talks with podcast host Bump Galletta about his road from punk rocker to magazine publisher and the principles that guide him and his publications: support of local business and a drive to show others how to live in the moment.
On the eve of fatherhood, Chase Wagner talks with podcast host Bump Galletta about the musical journey that led him from Seattle to Southeastern University to Grace City Church, where he’s creative team leader.
“The title timesup is really aprospos,” said Foley-Rothrock, whose organization’s annual fund-raiser is scheduled for March 31. “The time has come. Society is ready. It’s time for change. It’s long past due. The social pressure is building. It can’t be just about wearing black dresses and pins. How do we harness the energy? Now, what are we really going to do about it?”
Students claim administrators at McKeel Academy of Technology prevented students from holding a solidarity-with-Parkland rally at 10 a.m. today as other schools around the nation did and instead held a fire drill. School officials have not responded to requests for comment. ABC Action News reports students had been threatened with detention if they participated in a walkout and quotes students who speculate the fire alarm was created as a cover when administrators realized they had made a mistake and that a crowd outside the school would look good for the cameras on TV station helicopters in the area.
Students from Harrison School for the Arts debuted a musical about Publix Super Markets founder George Jenkins tonight at the annual meeting of the Greater Lakeland Chamber of Commerce.