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Today's Features

  •      "We love him, because he first loved us." 

  • Cedar Key is holding a boat parade on Saturday, Dec. 11, with a rain date on Sunday, Dec. 12.

    Boats will line up in the Gulf in front of the Beach Front Motel around dusk.

    Prizes will be awarded to the best decorated boats.  

    For more information or to register your boat, call Rose Cantwell at 352-543-6346 or 215-6341 (cell).

  •  Friday

  •  World War II veterans celebrate Christmas

  •  Workforce Connection is hosting Talent Marketplaces to connect men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces with local employers who value the leadership skills and work ethic veterans have to offer. 

  •  This October, seven Chiefland senior FFA members, along with advisors Dallas Locke and Katie Jones, traveled to the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind.  They represented the state of Florida well, with the Dairy Judging team finishing 23rd and team member Rheba Sheffield qualifying as a gold medal finalist.  Also, Hailey Bason made top 16 in the nation for Creed Speaking, and Sarah Gore competed in the National Talent Competition.

  •   The Friends of the Luther Callaway Public Library will present a program on hummingbirds at 1:00 on Thursday, Dec. 9, at the Library in Chiefland.  The presenter will be John Myer.  He will discuss hummingbirds’ habitat, eating habits and tell how to attract hummingbirds to your backyard.   For more information contact Tom Reitz, President of the Friends of the Luther Callaway Public Library at 493-1896, 949-5413, or email tomreitz@msn.com, or call the Library in Chiefland at 493-2758.

  • Sandra King said she first got interested in large dogs after a series of burglaries at her Chiefland home back in the mid 1980’s. She said she was working at a veterinary clinic at the time, and a co-worker, after hearing about the break-ins, said, “You need an Anatolian.”

  • A free showing of “Polar Express in 3D” will be hosted by Chiefland Elementary School on Outdoor Family Fun Night on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the track at the school.

    Activities begin at 5 p.m. with music and games and the movie starts at 6 p.m.

    The public is invited to attend. It is recommended that those attending bring lawn chairs and blankets. The glasses to view the movie in 3D are also being provided at no charge.

    The school concession stand will be open selling goodies and hot chocolate.
     

  • Sandra King said she first got interested in large dogs after a series of burglaries at her Chiefland home back in the mid 1980’s. She said she was working at a veterinary clinic at the time, and a co-worker, after hearing about the break-ins, said, “You need an Anatolian.”