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WUCF TV salutes the Star Spangled Banner in this month’s ONE

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Performer Catina Mack sings at a Houston Astros game in Kissimmee.
Photo by Jim Pierce.

WUCF TV’s Emmy Award-winning magazine show, ONE, highlights extraordinary stories of people, places and event all across Central Florida.

This month, ONE introduces you to Central Florida professional national anthem performer, Catina Mack.  Chances are, you’ve already heard her voice as she performs at most major events across Central Florida.  Celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner by meeting this woman who has sung the song over 500 times.

The UCF Marine Turtle Research group has been studying turtle biology since 1982, helping to create the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge in Melbourne and working to conserve these threatened turtles.  Ride along with students and staff as they work to collect data in one of the densest turtle nesting areas in the Western Hemisphere.

Fly Fishing business is booming in Orlando.  ONE takes you on the water to find out why Central Florida is becoming the hot spot for the sport. 

Dundee Groves is the only grove in Florida making their own citrus candies and jellies. See how they turn over 100 acres of citrus groves, into jellies, jams, marmalades and over 200 flavors of candy.

Finally, ONE takes you high above Central Florida.  Experience the thrill of hang gliding at world-famous Wallaby Ranch. Fly from 2,000 feet with one of the world's most experienced instructors.

ONE premieres Thursday, July 3 at 8:30 p.m. 


About ONE

The monthly magazine show, ONE, highlights some of the best and lesser-known treasures Central Florida has to offer. Central Florida is home to millions of people and thousands of local businesses, organizations and groups. But in the end, we are ONE community…and these are our stories. The locally produced show tells the stories of the people and places that make Central Florida a unique place to live. The program gives Central Florida PBS viewers a front-row seat for the greatest stories in their own backyards.

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