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Today's Features

  • The Fanning Springs Chamber of Commerce wants cendors to know that it is putting on the Festival of Lights Christmas event on Saturday, Dec. 3, at Fort Fanning located across U.S. Highway 19 from Fanning Springs State Park. Along the with festival we are having the  lighted boat parade, rubber duck race, car show, live entertainment and a food court. Santa will be there in his sleigh for Toys For Tots.

  • The monthly meeting of Local Chapter No. 2133, will be called to order at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the ForVets, Inc. Lodge House at Otter Springs. Join us for some community caring, sharing and lots of healthy merriment. This is SHINE month!

  • Today, Oct. 13

    Business council meeting

    The Nature Coast Business Development Council is holding its regular monthly board meeting at 3 p.m. Oct. 13, at the College of Central Florida, 114 Rodgers Blvd., Chiefland.

    Due to the membership of the NCBDC consisting of more than one member of the Levy County RESTORE Act advisory committee, this meeting will also serve as a meeting for the Levy County RESTORE Act advisory committee.

    The meetings are open to the public and attendees can address the council or committee.

  • Hurricane Hermine cannot stop a determined Cedar Key Lions Club, so just over a month since the storm sent water flooding over the island the Lions are prepared to welcome their usual crowds for the club's 47th Annual Seafood Festival.

    The festival is Saturday, Oct. 15, and Sunday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. There will be booths with seafood that support the island's non-profit groups, free music in the City Park.

  • The Annual Fall at the Farm to Benefit Haven Hospice returns to its original location for this year’s 10th anniversary, and the setting figures to be a special one.

    The silent auction and dinner will take place on the piece of land known as the Rocky Hammock Preserve at The Historical Drummond Farm in Chiefland on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 5:30 p.m.

    The “country casual” evening will feature some rare autographed items at the auction, as well as dinner and drinks for what figures to be an idyllic Florida fall evening.

  • The year-end holidays can be stressful even for individuals who enjoy normal health.  For a person living with Alzheimer’s or dementia — and their family caregivers — the holidays can be even more difficult.  The heightened social demands, parties, family gatherings, and the increased noise and stimulation of the season are all disruptive to the quiet routine and reduced stimulation that people with dementia require.

  • Local resident Kim Bailey is packing her bags to head to Washington, D.C., for specialized chemotherapy to treat a rare cancer she has. It's the closest location for the delicate treatment and specialist to treat her.

    In addition to the help and support of her family, Bailey's friends have organized a “Fighting Cancer with Kim” poker run on Saturday, Oct. 8, to help alleviate the costs associated with the treatment, travel expense and family finances as she heals.

  • Today, Oct. 6

    Fundraising dinner for Hurricane

    Hermine victims

    Please join us at The Gathering Table Restaurant on Thursday, Oct. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. for live and silent auctions to assist those still affected by Hurricane Hermine.

    If you have an item to donate to the auction, please contact Diana Child at 352-210-8792.

    Current auction items include: antiques, oil painting, Tiffany-style lamp, gift baskets and jewelry.

    Thursdays

    Library Friends meeting

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    The Tri-County Toys for Tots campaign has announced registration dates, times, and locations. There will be one registration date in each county. Residents are encouraged to make plans to attend one of these events, as additional registration opportunities may be limited. Registration requirements are listed below.

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    The Suwannee Valley Players announce auditions for the classic story, “Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum. This is the story of Dorothy Gale and her dog Toto and the adventures they have when she is hit on the head during a tornado.