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This is the Grand Finale of the Track Shack Running Series. The fitness enthusiasts at Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe, P.A., invite you to celebrate 35 years of running right where it all began on Park Avenue in beautiful Winter Park.
The team of law professionals at Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe, P.A., are runners, walkers and fitness enthusiasts who are proud to sponsor the 35th Annual Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe Winter Park Road Race presented by Florida Hospital.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
7:00 am: 2 Mile
7:30 am: 10k (6.2 mi.)
8:15 am: 2 Mile Awards
9:00 am: 10k Awards
9:15 am: Healthy 100 Kids’ Run
10:00 am: Track Shack Running Series Awards Ceremony
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The 12th Annual Doggie Door Pet Costume Contest will be taking place Sunday October 30th, 2011 from 10:00 AM until 03:00 PM at the Bullfish on Park Avenue.
This fun-filled pet costume contest and Pet Trick or Treat event is hosted and presented each year by The Doggie Door in Winter Park and BullFish An annual event, this pet costume contest attracts thousands, and includes a Pet Trick or Treat along Park Avenue at over 30 participating stores.
There will also be caricature artists and photographer available for a seasonal photo of your pet, dog trainers to help you with doggie training challenges and many great pet-related vendors who offer holistic massage, all natural foods, pet sitting, and day care.
Adoption organizations will also be on hand for those looking to adopt a homeless pet, or to support through volunteer opportunities and donations. Fido is welcome at this event, but please leave your retractable leashes at home. This event will benefit the Sebastian Haul Fund – a fund created to help local greyhound organizations transport retired racing greyhounds to loving homes in other states.
A rock-and-roll legend was in Central Florida on Thursday, September 1, 2011.
The Beatles band member Paul McCartney was seen in Winter Park on the campus of Rollins College and on Park Avenue.
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McCartney wasn’t on the campus of Rollins College for long. The school wouldn’t comment on what he was doing there or how long he spent on campus.
But McCartney did spend some time dining on Park Avenue. The tables and booths at Luma on Park looked pretty much the same except for something special about one tucked in the corner.
Table No. 40 as it is known by the staff will now be known as the spot Paul McCartney sat and quietly dined with a group of friends.
“It was really cool to see someone like him in person,” Luma General Manager Tim Noelke said.
Noelke wouldn’t give up too many secrets about the surprise McCartney visit. He was part of a 7 p.m. dinner reservation for nine people,including his fiancee Nancy Shevell.
“They kind of did a family style at the table. They did a lot of pizzas and pastas and salads, and they all just kind of shared,” Noelke said.
McCartney didn’t go unnoticed. People who passed the restaurant tried to catch a glimpse.
There were no photos or autographs for the Luma staff, but there was a quick thanks.
“At the end of his dinner, he did come up, shook his hand and told me what a great experience he had and thanked me. I thanked him, and then he left,” Noelke said.
When he left, restaurant staff said he was greeted by a small crowd outside the restaurant. He apparently didn’t sign autographs, but waved quickly before getting into a car.
The restaurant wouldn’t say how much McCartney and his party spent on the meal.