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Updated: 04/12/2014 01:50:55PM

Englewood Ford helping HCMS project

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Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell presents an American flag to James B. Murray Friday at Charlotte Memorial Cemetary. James B.'s father, Brad Murray, passed away Monday at age 49. He was a longtime member of the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office.

By ANNE KLOCKENKEMPER

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An Englewood car dealership has volunteered to help make a project honoring wounded combat veterans a reality.

Heron Creek Middle School’s tranquility garden is an undertaking of the North Port school’s Campus Beautification Club. The club chose to dedicate the garden to injured combat veterans after they found out teachers in the school’s ESE department were putting together a walk in May to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Because the school mascot is a Patriot, the students and interim principal Candace Dearing felt the connection to wounded warriors — real patriots — was a good fit. The Wounded Warrior Project is a veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, service and events for injured veterans.

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