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Donahue Begins 8-Man Football Playoffs Friday

elias1The undefeated Shamrocks begin their playoff run on home field at North Park in Ave Maria against a much improved Lakeside Christian squad from Clearwater. (Pictured, Donahue quarterback Elias Allan)

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Marilyn Cole, Early Ave Maria Resident, Dies at Age 89

Marilyn Cole, who was among the first people to move to the new town of Ave Maria, died Wednesday after a brief illness. Her funeral will be held Wednesday in her native Connecticut.

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Ave Maria University Announces Plans for New Multi-Purpose Building

The first phase of the 37,000-square-foot, one-story academic building will have a 125-seat auditorium and at completion it will also house a 400-seat performance hall, classrooms, the school's nursing program, offices and a permanent home for the Mother Teresa museum.

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Donahue Shamrocks Roll into Playoffs Undefeated

The Donahue Academy Shamrocks soundly defeated Solid Rock 41-12 in Tarpon Springs Friday to finish their regular eight-man football season undefeated. The Shamrocks have a bye in the first round of the playoffs and will play their next game at home Nov. 18.

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Second Resident Elected to AMSCD Board

carletta3Long-time Ave Maria resident Jim Carletta was elected to the board of the Ave Maria Stewardship Community District at a landowners meeting Tuesday. His seat is the one that will convert next year to the first seat directly elected by residents so he would need to run in a town-wide election if he wants to continue serving on the board.

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