The View 38002 June - July 2013

MUNICIPAL SCHOOL REFERENDUMS SET FOR JULY 16 — page 2 SCHOOL NEWS — begins on page 16 inform. educate. connect. Arlington & Lakeland’s Community Newspaper June 2013 RELAY 38002 BUSINESS Arlington Publishing LLC Purchases The View 38002 Partners Plan to Increase Local Reporting, Expand Website By Terry Louderback The View 38002 has exciting news to share with our clients and friends — as of this May 2, The View 38002 has new owners. Edina Nuhic has passed the torch to Arlington residents Terry Louderback and Iggy Collazo. Terry Louderback is the Editorial Director in charge of all content and information. She has a degree in English and 12 years of experience in Public Relations. Iggy Collazo is the Advertising Director in charge of all ad placement. Her degree is in Communications/ Advertising and she has 15 years of experience in advertising, most recently working as an Agency Sales Representative for a daily newspaper with a circulation of over 350,000. Look for enhancements over the next few issues as we increase our local reporting and expand our website into a true community resource in preparation to begin publishing monthly in January 2014. We remain committed to our mission of Inform, Educate, Connect and our Arlington and Lakeland communities. Thank you for your support.. Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back Photo by Jeremy Elkins Community Event Raises Funds for Cancer Research Inside this issue: Town News, pages 4 & 5 Delta Blues Winery, page 6 Meet Your Neighbors: Mark & Amanda Price, page 7 Summer Activities Directory, page 8 St. Jude’s Dream Home, page 11 School News, page 12 Sports, page 18 Business News, page 20 Arlington Archives, page 21 By Michelle Murphy, Relay 38002 Co-Chair Just like cancer, Relay 38002 for 2013 began with ominous, uncertain conditions. Thankfully, and despite the weather, activities commenced on Saturday May 4th. Our survivors were treated to a wonderful dinner donated by many local businesses and served with love by several Relay committee volunteers. They received a survivor t -shirt, limited-edition candle by Adorned Gifts, and a handmade wooden picture frame. They (continued on page 23) Staff Photo Top: Luminaria line the walkways of Depot Square; each light celebrates the life of a cancer victim, patient, or survivor. Bottom: Survivors Lindsay Johnson and Lorna Miller embrace at the beginning of the Survivor’s Walk.