LMNA Paid Members

Paid Members List  – Updated January 15, 2017 If you feel there is an error, please contact us. We are all just volunteers and are capable of making mistakes! We will happily correct it. historiclmna@gmail.com Last name First Name Membership Expiration Allen/Allore Tim & Leslie 12/31/17 Allen/Moran CJ 4/30/17 Beerman Karen 12/31/17 Beers Bill, Carol 12/31/17 Boring Jon, Christine...

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More about 839 Mississippi: Lakeland Woman Left Teaching Career for War

More about 839 Mississippi: Lakeland Woman Left Teaching Career for War

Reprinted from the Ledger By Bill Rufty Published: Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 4:53 a.m. Elizabeth Thompson of Lakeland holds a photo of herself as an officer in the Navy during World War II. LAKELAND | Elizabeth McGinnes Thompson disliked teaching school so much that she strapped on a .45-caliber pistol and took hundreds of thousands of dollars, sometimes alone, into isolated Navy and Marine...

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LMNA Board Announcement

LMNA Board Announcement

Congrats to the 2015 LMNA Board of Directors! Alice Collins – President Jeff Winter – 1st VP – Membership Ursula Radabaugh – 2nd VP – Programs Susan Sebree – Secretary Bill Sebree – Treasurer Julie Townsend – At Large Pam Williams – At Large We have PLENTY of need for help with all kinds of things, so don’t think you missed out on a...

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SNOWFEST

SNOWFEST

The City of Lakeland Parks & Recreation Department is proud to host the 34th Annual Snowfest Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. This year’s event will feature a change in location – Munn Park in Downtown Lakeland! Of course, all of the traditional elements will remain including two snow mountains, children’s entertainment, inflatables and arts &...

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If those walls could talk…

If those walls could talk…

by Ursula Radabaugh, 13 November, 2014 I’m trying a new series in the newly restarted neighborhood news and I hope you will all find something here to love. The plan is to select one home from our Lake Morton historic district for each news cycle, collect the stories through U.S. Census records, land records, old newspaper articles and 1st person interviews, if possible. Aren’t we all a little...

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