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Barron Collier's Tanis Taylor, 18, is this year's wrestler of the year. Here he is seen in a triple exposure portrait at the Naples Daily News studio Saturday, April 19, 2014. The senior 132-pound grappler placed runner-up in the 2A state championship. He plans to attend the University of Florida and major in finance. This year he found his late father's old wrestling shoes that helped spark some inspiration all the way to the finals. 'It's just you and the opponent out there, me and one other guy,' Taylor said of the sport. 'It's modern day gladiators.'
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Director Judith Hartner is seen in portrait in her office Thursday, April 17, 2014 at the Lee County Health Department in Fort Myers. After 21 years she steps down at the helm. 'No days are ever the same and there's always a challenge,' Hartner said. 'My husband thought I wouldn't be entertained enough, not enough challenges coming from a big city like Phoenix.'
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Barron Collier's Elizah Pagkanlungan is this year's girls basketball player of the year. Here she is seen in a triple exposure portrait at the Naples Daily News studio Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The senior point guard was the shortest on the team at 5 feet 1 inch, but was one of the most effective. She helped lead her team Class 6A state semifinal finish. The talented 17 year-old senior is equally effective off the court boasting a 4.1 grade point average, of which Pagkanlungan plans to attend Florida State University or the University of South Florida this fall, majoring in mathematics. 'I've been playing since a little girl, it means a lot to me to be honored,' Pagkanlungan  said. 'To go out my senior year with this award is probably the best thing I could have asked for.' Pagkanlungan has no plans to pursue a college basketball career.
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Golden Gate's Michael Ventura, 18, is this year's boys soccer player of the year. Here he is seen in a triple exposure portrait at the Naples Daily News studio Friday, April 18, 2014. The senior midfielder helped lead his team to both the district and regional finals. Playing competitively for the past decade, Ventura is on scholarship to play for Ave Maria University this fall. 'There's a certain feeling you get,' Ventura said. 'I've played basketball, I've played volleyball â" I never got the same feeling as I do when I am playing soccer.'
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Marisol Schloendorn, 31, is seen in portrait April 18, 2014 at the Collier County Sheriff's Office in Naples. Schloendorn has been a victim advocate of the human trafficking unit, working as a civilian, for the CCSO for the past 8 years. 'I do this because I want to help the most vulnerable people,' Schloendorn said. 'I'm helping them get out of a situation that they thought they could never escape.'
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Marisol Schloendorn, 31, is seen in portrait April 18, 2014 at the Collier County Sheriff's Office in Naples. Schloendorn has been a victim advocate of the human trafficking unit, working as a civilian, for the CCSO for the past 8 years. 'I do this because I want to help the most vulnerable people,' Schloendorn said. 'I'm helping them get out of a situation that they thought they could never escape.'
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Marisol Schloendorn, 31, is seen in portrait April 18, 2014 at the Collier County Sheriff's Office in Naples. Schloendorn has been a victim advocate of the human trafficking unit, working as a civilian, for the CCSO for the past 8 years. 'I do this because I want to help the most vulnerable people,' Schloendorn said. 'I'm helping them get out of a situation that they thought they could never escape.'
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Marisol Schloendorn, 31, is seen in portrait April 18, 2014 at the Collier County Sheriff's Office in Naples. Schloendorn has been a victim advocate of the human trafficking unit, working as a civilian, for the CCSO for the past 8 years. 'I do this because I want to help the most vulnerable people,' Schloendorn said. 'I'm helping them get out of a situation that they thought they could never escape.'
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Dr. Keith Miller injects Walter Corbin of Useppa Island while undergoing his 5th of 6 treatments Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Walter Corbin of Useppa Island laughs as he is prepped by Brian Forgays, a nuclear medicine technician, while talking with Jane fox, a certified medical assistant, undergoing his 5th of 6 treatments Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Walter Corbin of Useppa Island, from right, is seen after undergoing his 5th of 6 treatments talking with Brian Forgays, a nuclear medicine technician, and Raul Fuentes, a dosimetry student, throwing away bio hazard with Jane Fox, a certified medical technician, Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Walter Corbin, from left, of Useppa Island looks over to Jane Fox, a certified medical assistant, as he is prepped by Brian Forgays, a nuclear medicine technician, undergoes his 5th of 6 treatments Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Dr. Keith Miller is seen in portrait Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers.
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A dosage of Xofigo is removed from its protective casing by Brian Forgays, a nuclear medicine technician, before Walter Corbin of Useppa Island undergoes his 5th of 6 treatments Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Walter Corbin of Useppa Island undergoes his 5th of 6 treatments Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers. One drug on the market in the battle against prostate cancer, that has spread to the bone, is Xofigo, a radium (Ra 233) dichloride injection. The drug is used for patients where conventional treatment has not been effective. Corbin said he had radiation 12 years ago. 'The treatment is not bad,' Corbin said. 'It's a little cool (temperature wise).'
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Director Judith Hartner is seen in portrait in her office Thursday, April 17, 2014 at the Lee County Health Department in Fort Myers. After 21 years she steps down at the helm. 'No days are ever the same and there's always a challenge,' Hartner said. 'My husband thought I wouldn't be entertained enough, not enough challenges coming from a big city like Phoenix.'
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Director Judith Hartner is seen in portrait in her office Thursday, April 17, 2014 at the Lee County Health Department in Fort Myers. After 21 years she steps down at the helm. 'No days are ever the same and there's always a challenge,' Hartner said. 'My husband thought I wouldn't be entertained enough, not enough challenges coming from a big city like Phoenix.'
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Jay Schlichter Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at the Naples Daily News building.
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Jessica Herrera discards a palm leaf during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Willie Boniface during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Father Gerard Critch, pastor, crosses Rattlesnake Hammock Road riding an Appaloosa colt, during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers were blessed with holy water, and humbly marched sining hymns to the church. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, one week before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves and scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Patrons exit mass at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Dennis Henderson with the Knights of Colombus is seen at attention before the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Patrons shadows are seen during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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A Knight of Columbus is seen during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Patrons carry palm leaves during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Moise Stael Dantes is seen with his cross during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Marlin Birrueta, 3, plays whith her palm leaf before the start of the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Ryan Joyce, 15, waits for events to start before the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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A young boy admires a palm leaf during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Father Gerard Critch, pastor, blesses the crowd during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Parishoners photograph during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Usher Peggy Moreland center, helps disperse palm leaves for parishioners at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Moise Stael Dantes leads in hymns during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Parishioners look on and photograph during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Patrons enter the church during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Ashley Herrera, 18, is seen carrying a palm leaf in the shape of a cross during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Rachel Casciari of Chicago picks out a palm leaf after mass at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Stained glass is seen during service after the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Patrons line up during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Andy Devariste, left, and his son, Bryan, 7, enter church during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Palm leaves are discarded during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers participated sining hymns passing over Rattlesnake Hammock Road. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, days before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.
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Cathleen Bergin writes while her husband Gerald Walker talks and Miles Ianacone listens Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Road in Naples. The Walker-Bergin household is one example who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file returns without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Cathleen Bergin puts away her stacks of paper helping her to file her taxes Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Road in Naples. The Walker-Bergin household is one example who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file returns without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Gerald Walker, left, talk with his wife Cathleen Bergin, right, while Miles Ianacone files their taxes Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Road in Naples. The Walker-Bergin household is one example who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file returns without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Cathleen Bergin, from left, and husband Gerald Walker listen to Mile Ianacone Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Road in Naples. The Walker-Bergin household is one example who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file returns without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Miles Ianacone, center, talks with Gerald Walker, left, and his wife Cathleen Bergin Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Road in Naples. The Walker-Bergin household is one example who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file returns without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Gerald Walker, center, shakes hands with Miles Ianacone, right, and Walker's wife, Cathleen Bergin, puts her files away, after competing taxes for 2013 Sunday, April 13, 2014 at Liberty Tax Service on Vanderbilt Beach Rd in Naples. The Walker-Cathleen household is one example of many who file late into the tax season. Tax Day is Tuesday to file without requesting an extension from the government. Owner and Tax Preparer Miles Ianacone says that 20% of his annual business comes in the last 10 days for the entire year.
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Father Gerard Critch, pastor, crosses Rattlesnake Hammock Road, flanked by Chino Medina, 17, left, and his father A. Medina during the annual Palm Sunday procession from St. Peter Ministry Center to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Sunday, April13, 2014 in Naples. Over a hundred believers were blessed with holy water, and humbly marched sining hymns to the church. The celebration is in similitude of Jesus Christ's triumphant return to the city of Jerusalem, one week before his crucifixion. From scripture it was recorded that the crowd carried palm leaves and scattering them at Jesus' feet as he rode into the city on a donkey. The original story can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, among the three other Gospels of The Holy Bible.

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