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April 23, 2015 - Picnic Time
Anyone who has resided in a larger Brandon area (including Seffner and Valrico) for 20 years or some-more or who is a Brandon High School alumnus is invited to move family and friends to a annual Brandon Area Community Picnic starting during 11 a.m. Saturday during a Brandon Elks Lodge, 800 Centennial Lodge Drive.
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Attendance during a event, before famous as a Grand Reunion and a Greater Brandon Old-Timer’s Association, requires a lonesome dish. Organizers are providing coffee, tea, H2O and paper products for a potluck. A cruise lunch starts during noon and teenage thespian Seth Alderman has returned for another year to perform guest with his jazz crooning.
The Brandon Area Community Picnic cabinet recognizes attendees with fun certificates for things like: a biggest stretch traveled, longest staying in a Brandon area and largest family in attendance. In addition, a eventuality has turn a height for announcing a annual Brandon High School Hall of Fame inductees — a well-guarded tip until Saturday.
Last year’s inductees enclosed John Andrew Mulrennan (Class of 1928), who helped strengthen soldiers stationed in Florida from malaria during World War II and led a bid that eradicated a illness from a state by 1948.
The winningest manager in Hillsborough County open propagandize history, Frank Vining, also was inducted final year for compiling a 424-93 volleyball record with Brandon’s usually girls state titles and a 502-109 record as boys basketball coach.
Theresa “Teri” Maxwell Wehinger (Class of 1961) and Karen McDaniel Rodriguez (Class of 1972) dull out a Hall of Famers. Both were instrumental in formulation and organizing a 100th anniversary jubilee of Brandon High School final year.
Find a Brandon Area Community Picnic on Facebook for last-minute details.
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