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Calligraphy, Sculpture and Shopping


Kaye Hanna from the Scribes of Central Florida Calligraphy Guild will lead a jam-packed, one day only copperplate style lettering workshop, supplies and lunch included, on Saturday 10 to 5 at the Sam Flax art store at 1800 East Colonial Drive. Call Sam Flax at 407-898-9785 for reservations.
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Ten Years After Frances, Citrus Remains Down


Ten years ago Friday Hurricane Frances came ashore on Florida’s East Coast. It was the second of four disastrous hurricanes to strike the state during the ’04 season. The citrus industry never really recovered. Not since Texas in 1886 had four hurricanes struck a state in one season. Andrew Meadows of Florida Citrus Mutual says the industry was especially hard-hit. He says today production remains down by more than 50 percent. “It just knocked trees out, pulled trees out, uprooted them, destroyed groves.” Meadows says citrus greening and development also are to blame. Frances crossed the Florida peninsula and made a second landfall in the Big Bend area. The hurricane was the most destructive of the ’04 season, spawning 23 …
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