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Hometown Hernando for July 24

Navy Seaman Danielle M. Wunderlich recently graduated as an instrumentalist from the music basic course at the School of Music in Virginia Beach, Va. The course provides entry-level training to qualify sailors and Marines for careers as military musicians. Upon completion, graduates receive their bandsman designation and are assigned to their first fleet or field band.

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Wunderlich, a 2003 graduate of St. Petersburg High School, received a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in 2007 and a master's degree from Ohio State University in 2009. She is the daughter of Hazel and Daniel Miller of Brooksville.

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class David M. Boyland, along with other sailors assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, recently got under way for a final sustainment exercise before the ship's upcoming deployment.

Boyland, a 2010 graduate of Springstead High School, joined the Navy in January 2011. He is the son of Christine Boyland of Spring Hill and David V. Boyland of Spring Hill.

The Glen Lakes Ladies Golf Association had its Summer Eclectic tournament June 13 and 14. Participants posted an 18-hole score the first day and then tried to better each hole the next.

Carol White posted a gross score of 80 for the two-day event and was the overall low-gross winner. Nancy Gall had a net score of 62 and was the overall low-net winner. Other winners included, from Flight 1: Judy Voiers (80), low gross, and Nina Bryant (67), low net. In Flight 2: Alma Chaffman (86), low gross, and Honora Browne (65), low net. And in Flight 3: Pat Purvis (94), low gross, and Betty Gavin (65), low net.



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Hometown Hernando for July 24 07/23/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 4:07pm]
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