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Hometown Hernando for Aug. 29

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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

DAR speaker shares great-grandmother's story: 386649-A Courtesy of Mary Katherine Meyer

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Spring Hill Lunch Bunch gathers: 386650-B Courtesy of Kathleen Seyfried

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Pennsylvania Club celebrates Father's Day: 386651-C Courtesy of Ann Marie Karafonda

Brooksville Rotary elects new president: 386652-D Courtesy of Terry Weaver

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Church participates in National Food Drive: 386653-E Courtesy of Ruth Hoock

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Brookridge Good Times Line Dance Social Club: 386654-F Courtesy of Norma Rankin

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Sons of Italy lodge recognizes past president as she takes on new role: 386655-G Courtesy of Mary Ann Hopkins

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Hispanic club awards scholarship: 386656-H Courtesy of Gladys del S. Pedersen

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Dawn Center benefits from recent charity cruise-in: 386657-I Courtesy of Kathryn Plummer

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Amateur radio club visits with radio professionals: 386658-J Courtesy of David Millendorf

Elks celebrate Flag Day: 386659-K Courtesy of Sylvia Stark

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Sons of Italy welcomes new members: Sons of Italy Nature Coast Lodge 2502 recently welcomed three new members — Frank Hernandez, Marie Elaina and Anthony D'Angelica.

Early Learning Coalition provides e-readers to Hernando County Public Library System: The Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties recently delivered 24 e-readers, cases and 1,200 e-books to the Hernando County Public Library System.

The e-readers are Kindle Fire HDXs and came with cases. Each Kindle is loaded with 50 e-books containing children's favorite stories and were delivered to the Spring Hill branch on June 16.

Jean Rags, the community-at-large board member, was the driving force behind the collaboration with the library. The Kindles will be spread among all Hernando County libraries.

RECREATION AND SPORTS

Summer Eclectic Tournament: The Glen Lakes Ladies Golf Association had its Summer Eclectic tournament June 5 and 6. Participants posted an 18-hole score the first day and tried to better each hole the second day.

Judy Voiers was the overall low-gross winner with a score of 81. Judy Potter was the overall low-net winner with a score of 61. Other winners included, from Flight 1: Jo Ann Catolos (85), low gross, and Carol White (65), low net. In Flight 2: MaryAnn Kaiser (87), low gross, and Sharon Jordan (63), low net. In Flight 3: Donna Tabor (96), low gross, and Betty Gavin (65), low net.

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Hometown Hernando is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion or a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. Call Hometown Hernando news coordinator Jean Hayes at (352) 848-1438, fax (352) 754-6133, or jhayes@tampabay.com.

Clubs and organizations

Sons of Italy welcomes new members: Sons of Italy Nature Coast Lodge 2502 recently welcomed three new members — Frank Hernandez, Marie Elaina and Anthony D'Angelica.

Early Learning Coalition provides e-readers to Hernando County Public Library System: The Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties recently delivered 24 e-readers, cases and 1,200 e-books to the Hernando County Public Library System.

The e-readers are Kindle Fire HDXs and came with cases. Each Kindle is loaded with 50 e-books containing children's favorite stories and were delivered to the Spring Hill branch on June 16.

Jean Rags, the community-at-large board member, was the driving force behind the collaboration with the library. The Kindles will be spread among all Hernando County libraries.

Recreation and sports

Summer Eclectic Tournament: The Glen Lakes Ladies Golf Association had its Summer Eclectic tournament June 5 and 6. Participants posted an 18-hole score the first day and tried to better each hole the second day.

Judy Voiers was the overall low-gross winner with a score of 81. Judy Potter was the overall low-net winner with a score of 61.

Other winners included, from Flight 1: Jo Ann Catolos (85), low gross, and Carol White (65), low net. In Flight 2: MaryAnn Kaiser (87), low gross, and Sharon Jordan (63), low net. In Flight 3: Donna Tabor (96), low gross, and Betty Gavin (65), low net.

Hometown Hernando for Aug. 29 08/27/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6:44pm]
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