Tag: Richard Doan

Coral Springs Farmers’ Market returns in October

Coral Springs Farmers’ Market returns in October

The Coral Springs Farmer’s returned for the fall season on Sunday, Oct. 8. The market is expected to offer the community favorites of local vendors. The variety of fresh and organic foods will range from produce, pastas, herbs and baked goods as well as olive oils, jams and much more. Also, there will be gourmet treats that are sure for […]

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[Brief] Astronomy Club off to a stellar start

[Brief] Astronomy Club off to a stellar start

Thursday, Oct. 10 marked the first Astronomy club meeting of the year to be led0..1 by its two newly elected presidents, Lewis Mizen and Richard Doan. The duo discussed their plans for the year, involving fundraisers, field trips and general activities. The meeting opened with discussion of fundraisers, such as their Chipotle fundraiser in November and their dog wash fundraiser […]

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[Brief] Men’s bowling team beats Piney Grove

[Brief] Men’s bowling team beats Piney Grove

On Thursday, Oct. 5, the men’s bowling team maintains their undefeated streak as they defeat Piney Grove Academy. The team’s performance was not quite up to par as previous games, but they still managed to emerge victorious by a large margin of 252 pins. The men’s performances range from junior Tyler Frydman’s 132 pins to senior Devon Weisenfeld’s 194 pins […]

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[Brief] Men’s bowling team defeats St. Thomas Aquinas

[Brief] Men’s bowling team defeats St. Thomas Aquinas

On Tuesday, Oct. 3, the men’s bowling team defeated Coral Springs Charter school as they approached the middle of the season at Sawgrass Lanes. The men varied in performance, ranging from 134 pins by junior Tyler Frydman in his first game to 228 pins by senior Cameron Price in the second game. The men’s bowling team had a shaky start, […]

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Cassini mission comes to an end after 20 years of service

Cassini mission comes to an end after 20 years of service

On Sept. 15, the Cassini mission came to an end as the spacecraft plummeted into Saturn’s thick atmosphere. After 13 years of service photographing the Saturn system, the Cassini spacecraft took its final farewell images.   The orbiter captured a series of photos prior to its speedy demise towards the ringed planet. The photos, received from over a billion miles […]

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