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Sarasota,  Florida  
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Grand prize winner Linda Hall is seen with world famous wildlife Artist John Seerey-Lester. Mr. Seerey-Lester and his wife Suzi proved very gracious hosts and signed Linda’s painting “ Florida Treasure” and gave her a tour of his studio.
Great people, great friends. Tom and June P.
Jeremy and Haley. Thank you for helping this week!
Jacqui , Jet and Dylan laughing it up!
Long –time friend, former State Sen. Bob Johnson, buddies up with veteran fishing legend Johnnie Walker and wife.
Sarasota County Has been lucky to have Kathy, in health care, and Dave, in Law Enforcement, for many, many years. Thanks to you both!
Legendary showman/cowboy/soldier/American hero “ Hub” Hubbell visited…. With roping tricks as always!
With smiles likes these, always a treat to have Connie, Jet, and Karen come by!
Chip and Shelley were so excited about the artwork on display, they took some home with them! Chip got to meet artist John Seerey-Lester a little later on.
Veteran outdoorsman Paul P. and wife Rhonda are long –time supporters and great friends. God Bless you two.
Volunteer Alexis was terrific and had that big smile all week! Thanks, Alexis and brother, Shane (not pictured) for all your help!
Lindsey stopped by with  Angelina and her friend Madison. Balloons, teddy bears, what could be better?
Lyndzie, Alexis, Kasie, Alejandra, and Kelly all seen to be enjoying themselves. Thanks, you guys!
The down pour of Sunday March 28 was one of the worst Fair day washouts in recent memory.
Ken & Theresa, two of our founding Directors, pose with Alexis. Thanks go out all three!
Dan & Terry make sure they stop and visit every year. Great people and great friends.
Oscar Scherer State park, and …..
Myakka River State Park are both jewels in Sarasota county’s commitment to the wild areas of the county. The county has attempted to buffer these State Parks with smaller, but crucial, county parks, and has created several wonderful wildlife – rich habitats just minutes from suburbia.
Feral, or wild, hogs are quite common and quite disruptive to native landscape. This hog trap was photographed in Myakka Park, where professional trappers are paid to harvest them out. (The trap is deep in the very center of the photo)
This mostly native rangeland lies between the north border of Myakka State Park and the ranch where a miniature horse was attacked by an unknown animal last month ( March 2010)
This dead feral hog appears to have been killed around the same time as the horse was attacked less tha a mile away. Hmmmm…. ( see mailbag for more on this)
2009 Grand prize winner Barbara Nowling receives her “ Florida Treasures” painting from Alexis of the Florida Panther Project.
2008 Grand prize winner Loretta Castonguag receives her “ Florida Treasures” painting from Bill Samuels of the Florida Panther Project.