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Bette Sprinkle Memorial

A bronze statue of the community activist Bette Sprinkle, dubbed the “First Lady of Osceola County,” sits on a bench in Toho Square, City of Kissimmee, Florida. Sprinkle who owned and operated Draperies and Interiors by Bette and Lauren for over 30 years in downtown Kissimmee would spend a great deal of her time on the upkeep of the downtown. She would water the flowers and ensure that the downtown corridor was trash free, she has been described as “a one-person beautification committee for the downtown area.”

Date created: 2006

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