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Hernando recreation department offers free belly dancing class


Try out a free belly dancing class today

The Hernando County Recreation Department has a free tribal belly dancing class from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. today at Kennedy Park, 895 Kennedy Blvd., Brooksville.

The class is for first-time students only. Classes are open to all ages. No experience is needed. For information, call instructor Jayne Arrington at (352) 540-1568 or the Recreation Department at (352) 754-4031.


Share your views on transit system

Beginning Jan. 3, the Hernando County Commission will accept public comments regarding proposed changes to THE Bus, the county's fixed-route transit system, for 30 days.

Proposed changes will increase the frequency of bus travel along the routes.

Routes will also be extended to the Pasco-Hernando Community College Spring Hill campus and provide for uninterrupted service between Brooksville and Spring Hill.

The changes will require adding another vehicle to the Purple route.

Minor adjustments to the Spring Hill Red and Blue routes are also included.

Comments may be submitted to Dennis Dix at or Steve Diez at; they may also be mailed to the Hernando County Planning Department, 20 N Main St., Room 262, Brooksville, FL 34601. Residents may also call (352) 754-4057.

Hernando recreation department offers free belly dancing class 12/21/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 7:29pm]
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