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Hey Lantana! You’ve Got A New Community Center On The Way

by Steve Gamel Lantana has long been known as a vibrant and social community that offers just about anything a resident could ask for, from hiking and biking trails to swimming pools, basketball courts, fitness centers, and outdoor family-focused events.

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A Dinner Group? Why Not!

by Steve Gamel Jessica Johnson figured everyone in the neighborhood would think she was crazy. It was 2008 and she and husband, Randal, were excited to be newly-minted Lantana residents. The only problem was that neither knew anyone in the

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Dream STEAM Lab at Rayzor

by Susan Neuhalfen Two teachers at E.P. Rayzor Elementary had a vision. Teacher and Librarian Melissa Leonard and Art Teacher Carleen Michener wanted to create an area at the school where they could keep up with technology advancements for the

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Coaching Champions

by Susan Neuhalfen They’re the Lantana dream team of coaches and they have just gone undefeated and won the Super Bowl. Again. Lantana residents Michael Carver, Craig Mikolacjack, Todd Arnold, Corey Austin, and Ivan Posada have now won multiple championships

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Coaching Champions

by Susan Neuhalfen They’re the Lantana dream team of coaches and they have just gone undefeated and won the Super Bowl. Again. Lantana residents Michael Carver, Craig Mikolacjack, Todd Arnold, Corey Austin, and Ivan Posada have now won multiple championships

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Becoming Judy Garland

by Susan Neuhalfen To say that Adkins Elementary Music Teacher Randy Schmidt is living the dream would be inaccurate. The truth is, he’s working the dream. He spends the day teaching what he loves to some very enthusiastic Lantana students.

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Fine Tuning Talent

When should students be offered the option to play in orchestra? According to Kara Ortiz, Director of Orchestras at Harpool Middle School (as well as the three Lantana elementary schools), the sooner a student learns a stringed instrument, the better.

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Local Charity Impacts Global Problems

by Susan Neuhalfen Sujo John knows about survival. Shortly after moving to the United States, he found himself on the 81st floor of the World Trade Center on September 11. “Something had been weighing on me for a while –

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Experience Yoga with a Purpose

by Susan Neuhalfen YouTube has brought us an entirely new set of celebrities, each specializing in his or her own brand of entertainment. The fitness industry has exploded with online videos, none more beautifully crafted than the folks at Boho

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Training For Military Life

by Susan Neuhalfen “All my life I’ve wanted to be in the military,” said Lantana resident Jake Simonelli. Jake is a junior at Guyer High School and a member of the ROTC program. After spending two summers at the Marine

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