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Apply now for 2012 Great Brooksvillian screening committee


Help needed to pick a Great Brooksvillian

The city of Brooksville is seeking individuals interested in serving on a screening committee to review nominations for the 2012 Great Brooksvillian and make a recommendation to the City Council. The committee will meet at least twice during regular business hours at City Hall. The deadline for submission of interest to serve on the committee is 5 p.m. Thursday at the city clerk's office. The City Council will then review submissions and make appointments. For information, contact the city clerk's office at (352) 540-3853 or


Volunteer nurses sought to help women

Crescent Community Clinic has a need for a women's care program and is seeking nurse practitioners or experienced registered nurses who are interested in donating a few hours per month or every other month to support the program. Crescent, at 5244 Commercial Way, is a nonprofit health clinic staffed by volunteer physicians, dentists, nurses, hygienists and support staffers. It provides medical, dental and psychiatric services to low-income, uninsured adults in Hernando County. To learn more, contact Barbara Sweinberg at (352) 610-9916 or, or Maureen Soliman at Visit the website at crescent

See 3D documentary for free at library

As part of its Green Screens series, the Hernando County Green Party will offer a free showing of the 3D documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Spring Hill Branch/Harold G. Zopp Memorial Library, 9220 Spring Hill Drive. The 2010 documentary film by Werner Herzog is about the Chauvet Cave in France, home to ancient visual art that dates back more than 30,000 years. There is no cost to attend. For information, call Suzanne at (352) 666-7576.


Class teaches basics of kayaking, canoeing

The Coast Guard Auxiliary, 4340 Calienta St., will offer a Basic Kayaking and Canoeing class from 7 to 9:30 p.m. July 21. Topics include understanding paddle craft, what to know before getting under way, operating the craft safely, legal requirements and what to do in an emergency. The cost is $20. For information or to reserve a seat, call Jeff at (352) 200-8385.

Today's pick

Friday Night Dance: Lesson at 7 p.m.; dancing 7:30-10 p.m. Senior Citizens Club, 7925 Rhanbuoy Road, Spring Hill. $5. (813) 789-4497.

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