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Updated: 06/26/2013 08:03:08AM

Young professionals meet
at Fishermen’s Village

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HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Getting ready to start lunch at Simply Sweet at Fishermen’s Village is Kristin Zinkan from Advanced Imaging.

HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Members of the Charlotte County Young Professionals met at Simply Sweet for lunch. Following their meal, they took a tour of the Military Heritage Museum as part of their June meeting.

HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Brian Beane of Presley Beane Financial attended the lunch at Simply Sweet at Fishermen’s Village on June 20.

HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Touring the Military Heritage Museum as part of the Charlotte County Young Professionals’ monthly meeting are Amy Sawyer from the Charlotte County YMCA, Jamie Johnson from Energy Sense Finance and James Coalwell from Calusa Bank.

HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Eve Sweeting, resort manager for Fishermen’s Village, looks over one of the displays during the tour of the Military Heritage Museum on June 20.

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Checking out the U.S. Army memorabilia during the tour of the Military Heritage Museum is CCYP member John Johnson from Trader Jack’s.

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Dr. Corey Girdwood finds the items from the U.S. Air Force interesting at the Military Heritage Museum during the CCYP’s tour.

HERALD PHOTO BY DONNELL BATES

Getting a short history lesson from museum volunteer Bud Ratcliff is CCYP member Michael Teagarden of ITeagarden, Inc.

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Liz Green, editorial director of Harbor Style magazine, and Erin McCormick, a teacher at Port Charlotte Middle School, take a look at one of the newly redesigned cases in the Military Heritage Museum during the June meeting for members of the Charlotte County Young Professionals organization.

By DONNELL BATES

Photojournalist

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Members of the Charlotte County Young Professionals group met at Simply Sweet in Fishermen’s Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, on June 20 as part of their monthly meeting. Following lunch, the group walked over to the Military Heritage Museum for a tour and to see the renovations that have taken place during the last few months.

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