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Today's Features

  • The club’s fundraiser will be held Friday, Feb 28. Purchase BBQ pork, baked beans, cole slaw, roll and dessert for $8. Delivery to your place of business or pick-up available at the First Baptist Church of Chiefland's fellowship hall.  Proceeds go toward helping support CMHS baseball teams. See Lori Barker at the middle school or Cari Wasson at the high school for tickets.

  •  Saturday

  • Some say it can be difficult maintaining balance in today’s world, a place where perspectives on life have become ever more polarizing and where, more and more, ways of living have come into conflict with each other.

  • Temple Beth David, of Spring Hill, announces the “Yad” project.  Yad means hand in Hebrew.  The synagogue is reaching out to lend a hand to individuals and families that do not have access to a synagogue.

  • Temple Beth David, of Spring Hill, announces the “Yad” project.  Yad means hand in Hebrew.  The synagogue is reaching out to lend a hand to individuals and families that do not have access to a synagogue.

  • Ladies Fellowship meeting at Lighthouse Word

  • Ladies Fellowship meeting at Lighthouse Word

  • The United Methodist Church of Chiefland organized a food sampling event Saturday, Jan. 25, to raise money for Stop Hunger Now, an organization aiming to feed the hungry in Haiti and the Phillipines.

    More than a dozen businesses and individuals prepared foods from around the world  for sampling. The items offered included barbecue, egg rolls and pork wontons, a variety of breads, a Phillipine chicken and rice dish, New Orleans red beans and rice, onion soup, Greek salad and much more. 

    There also had a silent and live auction of donated items.

  • The United Methodist Church of Chiefland organized a food sampling event Saturday, Jan. 25, to raise money for Stop Hunger Now, an organization aiming to feed the hungry in Haiti and the Phillipines.

    More than a dozen businesses and individuals prepared foods from around the world  for sampling. The items offered included barbecue, egg rolls and pork wontons, a variety of breads, a Phillipine chicken and rice dish, New Orleans red beans and rice, onion soup, Greek salad and much more. 

    There also had a silent and live auction of donated items.

  • Tri-County Marine Corps League Commandant Mike Harrell presents a plaque to 96-year-young WW II Marine John Howell, center.

    Howell paid off the mortgage on the Marine Corps League’s home and property in Old Town. Howell, from Fanning Springs, is a life member of the league, as well as the VFW and American Legion.

    The league meets the third Monday of the month. All former and active Marines are welcome. For more information, call Mike Harrell at 352-542-7204.