Wayne and Pat DiMarzio, front, with their son, Alex, visited the Reichs Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It was one of their favorite stops during their vacation to Europe in August.
Peggy Isphording hangs on while her grandson, Westin Isphording Plymel, enjoys (sort of) white water rafting in Alaska. The trip was part of a visit to some of America's finest sights, which Westin's grandparents do often and have included Mount Rushmore and sights in New York City. Grandfather Roger is not pictured since he was waiting to bungee jump.
Chuck and Elsie Mason enjoy a late September boat ride on the Mount Washington steamer on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. They also drove the scenic Kancamagus Highway, visited the discount shops in North Conway and rode the aerial tramway up Cannon Mountain during an eight-day leaf-peeping visit to New Hampshire.
PHOTO COURTESY OF JEAN MARIE BURTON
Ed Wolfenbarger, left, guest speaker from the Sarasota Parks and Recreation, and Steve Shoub, president of National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Chapter 0717. The presentation was given at Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club Sept. 19.
PHOTO COURTESY OF KATHY EMANN
Frank amd Carolyn Hill, left; Sue Tyger; Cindy and Gary McClanahan attended the Venice Newcomers September Sunday mixer.
Niki and Steve Steitz worked out aboard the ship during their Mediterranean cruise.
PHOTO COURTESY OF PAM MILLER
On the second week of sailing for Venice Women's Sailing Squadron, Judy Clements, left, and Beth Anderson served on the Race Committee boat starting a Sunfish race with Janet Molen (boat #81098) beating out Lois Steketee (boat #78974) to the start line.
Niki and Steve Steitz, of Venice, visited the Parthenon in Athens during their mid-September Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruise.
PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA BROOKSHIRE
Barbara Lewis, left, development director for Safe Place And Rape Crisis Center, spoke at a morning coffee Oct. 9 at Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club. Diane Muldoon, auxiliary president, looks on. The next free coffee will be held at the SPARCC Treasure Chest, 1426 Fruitville Road Sarasota, Nov. 6, at 10 a.m. SPARCC's history, mission and impact will be discussed. The public is invited.
PHOTO COURTESY OF NIKI STEITZ
Grace Lagge, left, and Faith Lagge, grandchildren of Niki and Steve Steitz, and Judy Lagge, right, their daughter, recently volunteered to deliver a meal to Dale, a client of Venice Area Meals on Wheels. The ladies were helping Steve Steitz on his VAMW route.
PHOTO COURTESY OF LYN WEIGEL
Rose Bridges and Jill Urtz took a kayaking adventure, which was sponsored by Newcomers of Venice Alumni.
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