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01/17/2014

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NEWS BRIEFS All couples are welcome to participate in the traditional wedding vow renewal event on Siesta Public Beach on Valentine's Day. Image courtesy Sarasota County SAY I DO AGAIN EVENT SET FOR VALENTINE'S DAY ON SIESTA The Sarasota County Parks and Recreation Department's popular Say I Do Again wedding vow renewal event will return to Siesta Beach on Friday, Feb. 14, at 6 p.m., the county has announced. Every year on Valentine's Day, hundreds of people renew their commitments to each other in a gathering "on the powdery soft white sand of Siesta Beach," a county news release says. married the longest," said Jonathan Poyner, Sarasota County Parks and Recreation program coordinator, in the release. "It's the perfect way to spend Valentine's Day, sharing a gorgeous sunset on America's best beach with the person most special in your life." The vow renewal ceremony will be officiated by Magistrate Ed Wilson beginning promptly at 6 p.m. Couples arriving early will be treated to music beginning at 4:45 p.m., the release notes. The event sponsor, LivetheLife.org, Registration may be completed online will provide giveaways, the release continues. at parksonline.scgov.net or by calling 861-9930. Registration ends on Monday, Feb. Following the ceremony, each couple 10. No on-site registration will be provided, will receive a commemorative certificate the release adds. The cost is $5 per couple. and be invited to enjoy wedding-themed refreshments. "It's one of our most popular events that draws hundreds of couples from all over the For more information, contact the Sarasota area and, of course, one of the highlights is County Call Center at 861-5000 or visit the announcement of the couple that has been www.scgov.net.

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