Sally Brochu

Osprey, Florida – Sally Ann Steele Brochu, 80, died Thursday, July 1, at her home in Osprey, FL in the presence of fourteen members of her loving extended family. Sally was born at Bathurst, New Brunswick, the daughter of Michael and Mildred Doucet Steele. Graduated from St. Paul’s Academy in Westmount, P.Q., Sally moved to …

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MARIE SCOTT

FAREWELL OUR DEAR MARIE On May 17th at 12:45 pm, our dearly loved Marie Scott peacefully slipped into the arms of her Loving God. We will miss her so much.? She was such a special and involved member of our MMOJ family. With her at her bedside were her daughter, Beth Cooper, Janet Blakeley and …

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sarasota woman – roman catholic women priest and community leader

Longtime Florida Center for Early Childhood CEO to Retire | Sarasota Magazine Kathryn Shea, chief executive officer of The Florida Center for Early Childhood, has announced her plans to retire from the organization. Shea, who has been with The Florida Center for the past 20 years, will stay in her role through June 30, 2020. The …

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new class on the Legacy of jesus in the Earliest Christ Communities

The purpose of this course is to provide new perspectives on the legacy of Jesus in the earliest Christ communities. The primary text for this course is A New, New Testament Edited with Commentary by Hal Taussig with a forward by John Dominic Crossan. This course uses a blog format Zoom video conferencing. Meetings once …

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AMERICAN RACISM YOURS, MINE and OURS PART ii

Sponsored by Venice Interfaith Community Association Mondays from January 20-February 24, 2020, 7:00 pm at Emmanuel Lutheran Church 790 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, Fl (Click on title to view program)

Call the Whitehouse – feed the children

Letter to Editor published 12/14/2019 in Sarasota Herald Tribune, by Bridget Mary, on Cutting Food Stamps for Children’s lunches by Trump Administration. A new Trump administration rule will eliminate SNAP (food stamp) eligibility for nearly 700,000 unemployed Americans. This could mean that 200,000 Florida children will lose their access to free school lunches.This cruel policy …

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Annual Bread for the World Letter

SAMPLE Hunger Letter OCTOBER 2019 Dear Community Member, Please join in this Annual BREAD FOR THE WORLD Lenten Offering of Letters campaign initiated by our community in support of justice for the hungry and needy found daily in our global village. This is social action: getting to the root cause of the problem of hunger. …

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