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The Lifeline

Bringing you the best local stories in and around our community.

Meet the Chalk Twins

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Meet Lake Mary’s most colorful twin sisters – Devon and Lexi Fulmer – professional chalk artists who share an unbreakable bond and unique talent. Flip to page 38 to read the charming story by Jill Duff-Hoppes about how this duo has successfully managed to merge a passion for art and entrepreneurship into a thriving business, creating beautiful artwork for all to enjoy.

The Town's Top Teachers

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Join us as we congratulate the Teachers of the Year from our local schools, men and women who exemplify the community’s commitment to quality education for each of our kids.

From Africa to Albania

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Imagine devoting 27 months of your life to public service in a foreign country. Imagine trying to learn a new language and adjust to a new environment while simultaneously impacting an unfamiliar community in need. When the initial excitement of being in a new place on a life-changing assignment fades, how does one cope with such immense change, challenge, and expectation all at once?