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Hernando Habitat for Humanity starts repainting program for needy

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Habitat launches painting program for those in need

Habitat for Humanity of Hernando County now offers its "Brush With Kindness" program to local nonprofit organizations. This is a program that provides free exterior paint to groups that have identified homeowners in need of assistance. Through the program, the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill, in partnership with Preferred Property Associates Realtors Inc., will be repainting the Spring Hill Community Association's Lake House facility. Nonprofit groups interested in hosting a "Brush with Kindness" day are encouraged to call Habitat at (352) 754-1159 or stop by the Lake House, 1202 Kenlake Ave., Spring Hill, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 25.

Today's picks

VFW chili cook-off: Noon- 3 p.m., VFW Post 9236, 3435 Shoal Line Blvd., Hernando Beach. $5 all-you-can-eat. (352) 596-9236.

Hernando Jazz Society presents Ladies of Song: 1:30- 4:30 p.m., Wellington Club House, 400 Wexford Blvd., Spring Hill. Free for society members; $9 for nonmembers. (352) 835-7183.

Polka dance with the Frank Moravcik Band: 2 p.m., Suncoast Dance Party Center, 13383 County Line Road, Spring Hill. $10; free for children under 15. (727) 753-9631.

Crossing Youth Group presents Valentine variety show, dinner: 5 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 109 S Broad St., Brooksville. $15 adults; $7.50 for children. (352) 796-3363.

Hernando Habitat for Humanity starts repainting program for needy 02/11/12 [Last modified: Saturday, February 11, 2012 3:32pm]
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