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Page Fourteen N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 12, 2015 Norwalk Middle School Cheerleaders - Homecoming Norwalk Middle School cheerleaders have been busy this year with homecoming events as well as cheer camp and their regular season of football. The girls partici- pated in the community pep assembly this fall and the football girls cheered for six of the 7th and 8th grade football games. Photos submitted. 4%. Florida Finds '(NAPS)—When it all becomes a little too much, many say, there’s nothing like the gentle joys of a tranquil and relaxing vacation in a seaside town with “old Florida” charm. Over the years, idyllic Englewood in Sarasota County has remained true to its roots while developing into a resort town. One of the area’s barrier islands in the Gulf of Mexi- co, Manasota Key, features charming communities and four beaches. Manasota Beach’s sand dunes and mangroves attract nature lovers, while Englewood Lemon Bay Park: A haven for fishermen as well as nature lovers. Beach offers grills, picnic tables, pavilions and out- door sport facilities. Stump Pass Beach is excellent for hiking and exploring Flori- da’s natural flora and fauna. What To See And Do 0 Fishing in Englewood, originally settled as a grove town to grow lemon trees, offers some of the best whether by boat, kayak, char- ter or from the shore. There’s even a fishing tourney for Ha- farglilfiifgnl'evovgnggga: Those persons are happiest in this restless and mutable world who are in love waterFest. ng / with change, who delight in what is new simply because it differs from what is Lemon Bay park and old; who rejoice in every innovation, and find a strange alert pleasure in all that Environmental Center has is, and that has never been before. 208 acres of trails and vari- ous species of animals. -Agnes Repplier Slut-3(-