Archive for May 2011
Stanley L. Brown has registered as a sex offender with an address at 671 SW Macon Street in Madison.
Brown’s qualifying offense was a lewd and lascivious act on a child under 16. He was adjudicated guilty in Madison County in 2001.
Stanley L. Brown is also known as “Stanley L Robinson,” Stanley Leon Robinson,” “Stanley Brown” and “Stanley Robinson.”
Identifying marks include tattoos on both arms.
Brown is a 6’ tall black man, who weighs 200 pounds.
North Florida Community College is celebrating the works of young local artists with its first ever Children’s Art Show and reception at NFCC’s Hardee Center for the Cultural Arts Thursday, May 26 from 6 to 7 p.m. The show will feature the artwork of children from Bright Days Kids Incorporated, Daisies and Doodlebugs Pre-school, and Laura’s Wee Folks. The show is open to the public.
“NFCC is proud to hold its first Children’s Art Show,” said NFCC Early Childhood Education instructor Tara Orlowski. “Creative arts are an important part of a child’s development of their imagination, as well as social expressions.”
The art exhibit, which was organized by Orlowski and NFCC Art instructor Lisa Barden, will showcase the artwork of local children ranging from infant all the way up to youth.
“I was really excited to hear about the idea to showcase children’s art,” said Barden. “I am happy to do my part in providing a platform to show their work and help to foster a love for art at a young age.”
Join NFCC at 6 p.m. in the Hardee Center for the Cultural Arts (Building 11) to celebrate some of our local budding young artists. The show and reception are free and the public is encouraged to attend. For more information contact Tara Orlowski at 850.973.1789 or email email@example.com.