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TALBOT HOUSE: In a Sunday ceremony, the faith-based homeless services provider placed memorial pavers for four supporters: Beverly Daniel, a “loyal advocate;” Michael Klingaman, an Air Force veteran who spearheaded the Memorial Garden; Capt. Clarence “Clancy” LeMasters, a past president of the organization’s board, and Peggy Watkins, a past president of the Ministerial Alliance.
BETSYE KAY FINCH: The late dancer, known in Lakeland for her dance studio, was remembered at a Manhattan luncheon that launched a scholarship to help Lakeland-area high school seniors pursue careers in dance or musical theater. (No link yet; we’ll add it if the article gets posted online.)
ELSEWHERE: Charlotte Observer – Former U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, who grew up in Lakeland, was remembered at a memorial service Sunday | Orlando Sentinel – “Reflections on a Lost Post,” a concerto for clairnet and woodwinds by Lakeland’s Howard Buss honoring fallen soldiers, debuts at UCF Thursday.
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