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Lyndsay Fogarty

Lyndsay Fogarty has had many roles at Central Florida Lifestyle, working her way from intern to contributing writer to managing editor. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of Communication where she earned her degree in journalism. Along the way, she has learned that teamwork and dedication to your craft will get you far, and a positive outlook on the present will get you even farther.

The Stimulating Secret to Staying Cool This Summer

This summer, prepare to feel energized, invigorated and caffeinated with a high-quality iced coffee that will keep you cool and give you the opportunity to support a worthy cause.

Camaraderie Foundation Works to Heal the Invisible Wounds of War

Camaraderie Foundation provides counseling for military service members returning from deployment, veterans and their families.

5 Tips for Summer Vacation Safety

Accidents can and do happen during vacations, but they can be avoided by staying aware. Take these tips into consideration on your next getaway.

U.S. Veteran Profiles: Breaking Barriers

To serve in the Armed Forces is to sacrifice everything for one’s country. Here are the inspiring stories of two U.S. veterans who broke through barriers.

Cook Like a Pro This Summer

These refreshing recipes and expert tips from local restaurants will make your next backyard barbecue the talk of the neighborhood.

The Makeup Show Is Back In Orlando!

The Makeup Show Is Back In Orlando & Features the best in: FX • Fantasy • Beauty • Body Paint • Bridal • Fashion • Avant Garde • Airbrush • And More!

Having Fun in the Central Florida Sun

Your guide to safety in Central Florida all summer long.

Beware Of “Shady” Tree Services

The City of Winter Park has recently received numerous calls regarding questionable tree service companies that are soliciting work from unsuspecting residents based upon false information. These companies are also taking advantage of the start of hurricane season to prey upon residents’ fear of high winds and potential damage.

Pulse: 2 Years Later

The Pulse Interim Memorial offers the Orlando community has a new place to reflect and heal.

Community Health Centers – 45 Years of Quality & Compassionate Care

When Community Health Centers (CHC) opened its doors in South Apopka in 1972, patients were treated in a small trailer donated by the Catholic Diocese of Orlando. The goal was to provide quality healthcare for an underserved community. Caregivers had a passion for the community and treated people with dignity and respect; it was a place where everybody belonged.

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