Good morning. Why let doubt hold you back when hope can move you forward? Hope is always at your side, and joy is never far. Never stop believing in hope, because miracles happen every day! Have a wonderful Tuesday. Stay warm. Michele Bell, PIO
MISSING/RUNAWAY JUVENILE NAME: MARQUAVIUS TYRECE WILLIAMSDOB: 04/05/2002 RACE/SEX: B/M5’0” – 5’4”; 100-115 LBS.; HAIR: BLACK (SOMETIMES WEARS WHITE BANDANA OVER HEAD); EYES: UNKNOWNLAST SEEN WEARING: UNKNOWN SHIRT, BROWN PANTS, RED TENNIS SHOESLAST SEEN: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 BOARDING SCHOOL BUS AT HIGH SCHOOLCONTACT DETECTIVE CARI ARNOLD WITH ANY INFORMATION, (863)763-3117 EXT. 5111REFERENCE CASE #17S02039
On Tuesday Didier, OCSO’s newest member of our K9 team, along with her partner Deputy Sheriff Donnie Holmes visited North Elementary. They visited the classrooms of Mrs. Streelman and Mrs. Tedders for Literacy Week. The focus was about individuals in the community with civic duties/professions. Deputy Holmes read an article to the children and discussed similarities between character Dakota and K9 Didier. The students were then able to ask questions and then visit with K9 Di
There’s no limit to what you can accomplish. The secret to reaching higher and getting further than you ever thought possible? Believing in first steps and fresh starts. Believing in happy endings, even miracles.
They do happen!
Have a great day and weekend
Michele Bell, PIO
Cpl. Michael Hazellief and Deputy Sheriff Jack Nash were invited to Everglades Elementary to read to the students yesterday. Cpl. Hazellief was in Ms. Snook’s room, while Deputy Nash was in Mrs. Peterson’s room. Thanks for being such good listeners!
CUPCAKES YUM!!! We’d like to give a BIG thank you to Miadonna Pasquarella, age 11 and Giovanna Pasquarella, age 12, for the delicious cupcakes yesterday. (The cupcakes were better than doughnuts) Michele Bell, PIO