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The Hernando Sun all local Christmas gift list

Finding a gift is often a difficult task, many of the people we buy gifts for can afford to buy any of these gifts themselves, so if they really wanted it they probably already have it.  One way to find a unique gift is to stay local. A gift from where you live will be unique in another area, so it is more likely to be appreciated. Local gifts are usually handmade by individuals living in your community or are the products of small businesses.

Dawn Center is one of 100 agencies nationwide to receive Mary Kay grant

By MEGAN HUSSEY

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More than 72,000 adult and child abuse victims in the United States receive domestic violence services in a single average day, according to the National Network to End Domestic Violence. And locally, the Dawn Center for Domestic and Sexual Violence served more than 1,900 survivors in Hernando County last year alone. Now, the center who helps so many itself will receive a helping hand.

Appalachian Road Show to Appear at SYR in Brooksville 

The Appalachian Road Show is excited to come back to Sertoma Youth Ranch again this year! They’re wrapping up their second album in their Nashville Studio but they had time to stop by and visit again! 

Their Grammy-Nominated Fiddler, Jim VanCleve, graciously took the time to have an interview with us. 

Here is his interview and unique story he shared with reporter, Jessica Williams.  

Parent Academy of Hernando County Schools Hosts Fun and Educational STEAM Fest

When many of us we were in school, science and math may have been considered difficult and possibly even boring. However, for students in Hernando County these subjects are considered fun and interesting because of the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) program that is promoted here. 

Veterans HEAT Factory Holds Discussion on PTSD

Veterans HEAT Factory Holds Discussion on PTSD
by SARAH NACHIN

On Friday, Nov. 22, 2019 the Veterans HEAT Factory sponsored a free “Lunch and Learn” at the Joni Industries Building. It was open to veterans, first responders and anyone else interested in learning more about PTSD and what many of these public servants go through, as well as how to help them with these issues.