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Alafia Day Visitors’ Information – info@floridafrontiersmen.com

Filed in ALAFIA RIVER RENDEZVOUS VISITORS INFORMATION by on January 4, 2018 0 Comments • views: 1448

The 47th Alafia River Rendezvous We invite you to step into the past! In January, each year, the members of the Florida Frontiersmen host the largest living history event in the Southeast. There will be vendors for food, primitive lifestyles, and souvenirs. Come and see fine demonstrations of historic skills and portrayals of life before 1840. […]

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Send a Tax Deductible Donation for your Club

Filed in Donations by on December 31, 2017 0 Comments • views: 98

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Florida Frontiersmen, Inc.’s Guidestar Rating

Filed in Club News by on December 29, 2017 1 Comment • views: 137

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Florida Frontiersmen on the Go!

Filed in Club News by on December 21, 2017 0 Comments • views: 140

The Florida Frontiersmen work hard whether it is improving the Club, preserving history, or just having fun!  

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Alafia is Almost Here!

Filed in Club News by on December 20, 2017 0 Comments • views: 213

Notice I didn’t write, “Alafia is next week!” in the headline. That’s because visitors not familiar with our saying might not understand and panic, and it has happened. However, you members and volunteers who do understand what “Alafia is next week!” means  should be in a panic because it’s (the Alafia) is almost here and […]

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Ladies Tea 2017

Filed in Uncategorized by on December 5, 2017 0 Comments • views: 140

Ladies Christmas TeaWhat a wonderful day Saturday was with the Ladies Christmas Tea, the official opening and dedication of the Dave Sipes ( we love you so much Dave ) primitive range, then the man himself, Santa Claus! And lastly the libation seminar ( the guy kind a favored Santa )! What a great day […]

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Come see what I see.

Filed in Uncategorized by on December 4, 2017 0 Comments • views: 154

As I approached our property Friday morn I couldn’t tell who was more excited Bucky or me? I’d like to say it was me knowing about the weekend’s doings that we had been planning, but Bucky was prancing his front feet, whimpering and quivering from excitement. I wasn’t quite that excited. Here and there were […]

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As I saw it. The Florida Frontiersmen November Meet.

Filed in News From Our President by on November 8, 2017 0 Comments • views: 493

No mistake about it. There was defiantly a relief from the summer heat, so fall has finally arrived, though there was no relief from the mosquitos. They came out in swarms with the setting sun. I saw lots of spraying going on in effort to keep the bloodsuckers at bay. Saturday morning saw many vehicles […]

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As I saw it

Filed in News From Our President by on October 3, 2017 0 Comments • views: 395

As I saw it. Cherri and I came to the property Friday afternoon where I saw other Florida Frontiersmen already setting up. Glynda Fulbright had made arrangements with Mathis’ Apiary, a professional beekeeping company owned by Justin Mathis, to come and evaluate the honeybees that have been living in the Camphor tree close to the […]

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Post Irma Florida Frontiersmen, Inc. Report

Filed in Club News, News From Our President by on September 13, 2017 0 Comments • views: 783

It’s post Irma day two. I know many Florida Frontiersmen are still without electrical power, but I’m relieved to report that I found no one hurt or lost their homes. I didn’t find a member that Irma didn’t impact whether it was the Bogers in Cape Coral, Deb Sands in Ocala, Scot & Vicki Hofmeister […]

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September Meet as I Saw It. views: 398

  As I saw it. Cherri and I came onto the property Friday afternoon. It was nice seeing our drive down the road onto the property so neat and manicured. Monty has been doing a nice job for a long time keeping our view neat. Early Saturday morn when standing at just the right spot […]

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Great Workday! views: 351

Great workday except the Honeybee stings. Jim passed the torch to Chris without a hitch. The covered range crew with the leadership of Mark and engineering of Jim suffered the extreme heat to put the roof battens on the east side. Great crew…great job. The lawn crew bush hogged, weed whacked, and mowed to get the […]

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