May 2018

Springstead football players sign with colleges; Hernando’s Austin Legg signs with Missouri Valley

SPRING HILL- With the school year complete, graduating athletes around Hernando County are still in search of where they’ll play on the collegiate level and a few have found their new homes.

 

In the days leading up to the end of the school year, two of Springstead’s top athletes are now signing with universities and they signed letters of intent. Randy Morgan and Kyle Manuel signed with Advanced Prep Academy and Southeastern University, respectively. Both Morgan and Manuel played on Springtead’s football team this past 2017 campaign.

Oak Hill Hospital Recognizes Its Nursing Staff

Oak Hill Hospital recently recognized the hospital’s Nurse of the Year, New Nurse of the Year, Physician of the Year, and Resident of the Year at its annual Nursing Gala held at Silverthorn Country Club. The nurses are nominated by physicians who feel that nominees support the mission, vision, and philosophy of nursing, as well as for their dedication to provide excellent service to every patient, every time.

Event Previews June 1-7, 2018

Libraries Rock Join your local library at the Marker 48 local brewery for fun giveaways! A librarian emcee will test your musical knowledge as we kick off the 2018 Adult Summer Reading Program, Libraries Rock. This is a FREE event for adults 21 and over only. Attendees may purchase drinks at their expense and registration is not required. Visit http://hernandocountylibrary.us/ or call (352) 754-4043 for more information. Marker 48 Brewing is located at 12147 Cortez Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34613, USA

Creating something valuable takes focus and effort

Many Americans have lived an idyllic life. We have had no war reaching our soil, have a solid economy and have sufficient credit or income to purchase almost any item we want immediately. This is truly a materialistic, instant gratification culture. Most adults like their children, want whatever they desire. This creates a lifestyle that too often places them on the edge of insolvency. These incessant purchasers scramble to maintain their lifestyle of spending.

New Home for Live Oak

Brooksville, Florida (May 10, 2018) –Live Oak Theatre is proud to announce that it now has a new home at 21030 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville, Florida 34601. The theatre company took possession of the former Hernando County Utilities Building on Friday, May 4. All future events will now take place at its new Center for the Performing Arts.
Live Oak Theatre undertook a capital campaign to purchase a home of its own and on January 23, 2018, the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners agreed to sell the former utilities building to the theatre company.

Last Full Measure

President Abraham Lincoln spoke passionately of, “The last full measure of devotion” during his Gettysburg Address. His hope was that the thousands of Civil War casualties had not died in vain.

For over a decade I witnessed my dad being whittled down to a twig.
Looking back at everything my father had endured, I’ve developed a heartfelt empathy for all those living with dementia, as well as their caregivers.

Software updates are time sensitive

Until recently, there were always two conflicting opinions among the people who maintain computers. There was the desire to install upgrades as soon as they are available and those who felt the need to wait until the issues with the upgrades are worked out before upgrading.

In the past many companies and individuals lagged a year or more behind the latest updates. This allowed them to test that all the updates would work with their software and since they were using older updates many of the issues created by the updates would have been fixed.