Mark Miller, owner of Al-Marah Arabian Horses, whose horses graced the ring at Arabian Nights Dinner Show for years, originally considered starting Arabian Nights in Orange County. Planners working with him to create the world famous dinner show told him to consider Kissimmee instead, insisting that he would find a home in Osceola County.
Miller has lived in Central Florida since he moved to the area in 1966 to attend Rollins College, and he tells me Rodeo Diner in Kissimmee is his favorite place to eat. “I love the county’s rodeo heritage,” he says, “If you have someplace that has history like Osceola County, it’d be tragic not to preserve it.”
BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING…you may not have considered!
Thinking about volunteering? Not sure about how to take the next step? Cautious about ‘jumping in’?Always having good intentions to volunteer in one’s community…..but always procrastinating and never following through?
Think of it another way:
“Volunteering can have surprising benefits to both your mental health and well-being”
The benefits of a few hours a week volunteering can be enormous to you, your family, your neighborhood and even your community and beyond.
Kendyl Bass is not only adored by her students at Harmony High School, she is also a talented and strategic teacher of social studies. She began teaching two and half years ago, with a background in communication and customer service….
History is Happening!
Osceola County Historical Society
4155 W. Vine Street · Kissimmee, FL 34741
Pioneer Village 2491 Babb Rd. · Kissimmee Fl 34746
Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum 4155 W. Vine Street · Kissimmee, FL 34741
Research Center 750 N Bass Rd · Kissimmee, FL 34746