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Brooksville smoking cessation program begins June 2

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Quit smoking program to start june 2

The Gulfcoast North Area Health Education Center will host the free "Quit Smoking Now" cessation program from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays, June 2-July 7, at the Hernando County Health Department Annex Building, 15470 Flight Path Drive, off Spring Hill Drive, south of Brooksville.

The program is designed to help smokers modify their behaviors and overcome the nicotine addition in a supportive group environment. To register, call Becky Martin at 540-6848 .

TARPON SPRINGS

Bass tournament
to benefit troops

The South Pasco Bassmasters will host a Gifts From Home Benefit Bass Tournament on June 7 on Lake Tarpon at Anderson Park, 39699 U.S. 19 N. Launch time will be at "safe light" (daybreak) and will continue through 3 p.m.

Those who come in first through third place will win cash awards, including a guaranteed $1,000 for first place. The cost is $75 per boat. Funds raised will benefit deployed troops. For details or to download a registration form, go to southpascobassmasters.com.

SPRING HILL

Knights of Columbus plans awards dinner

The Knights of Columbus, Council 11317, will host a pork loin dinner at 6 p.m. June 19 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church hall, 13485 Spring Hill Drive. The event also will include the Knight of the Year, Family of the Year and Altar Server of the Year presentations.

Tickets are $6 each, with proceeds going to Notre Dame Catholic School. Tickets are available in the parish office or by calling Lou Beckman at 688-2550, Paul D'Aquisto at 688-1685, Robert Muehlbauer at 686-6962 or Tony Maccaquano at 666-8149.

Brooksville smoking cessation program begins June 2 05/22/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 12:19pm]
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