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Name: Shirley Foster
Originally From: Baltimore, came to Florida at age 2.
Found Citrus County: I moved to Citrus County because I wanted to live in a small town.
Family: Married, has one grown daughter, Darlene Huffman.
Occupation: Owner of the Furniture and Antique Exchange in Inverness. Before moving to Inverness, I owned an antique shop in Homosassa.
I'd Rather Be Doing: Actually, it's a pleasure to have a job that I love. If I'm not in my own shop, I'd rather be relaxing with my own family and friends.
Hobbies: Reading, flea markets,
auctions, and playing with my dog, Larry.
Last Book Read: Sherman's March by Burke Davis.
People Think I'm: Hard working.
I Think I'm: Dedicated to making my business successful.
If I could, I would: Convince others to open a small business in the downtown Inverness area.
My goal in life is: To keep working in the antiques field. I like being my own boss and having the chance to meet new people every day.
The last word
"How hard is it for an 18-,19-, 20-year-old to look good in a bikini? Not very. They're all over Daytona Beach."
_ Pete Hall, owner of Citrus Health and Fitness Center, lamenting the fact that female bodybuilding seems to feature more bathing beauties than true bodybuilding.