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Hernando County Fair Association members address County Commission

At the regular Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting held on May 11, 2021, members of the Hernando County Fair Association addressed the board to answer allegations brought forth during recent meetings by parents, volunteers and exhibitors.  Two non-board representatives of the Association defended the practices and policies of the fair, giving accounts of inspections that were passed, and how the livestock weigh-in was conducted on April 11, 2021.

Hybrid Approach to Work and Home Life Balance

Remote work is likely going to continue in some form, but that does not mean people never want to head into an office again. Investors are betting on a post-pandemic surge in interest in workspaces located in suburban neighborhoods. To get ahead of what they foresee as a trend, they are eyeing suburban residences and empty retail, with the thought of turning them into smaller office spaces that can be rented out.

“The Treat Lady”

Tanner and Dakota are waiting for me. 

They’re standing at the corner of their chain-link fence, watching the sidewalk. They know I’m coming, even if they don’t know exactly when, even if they can’t see the sidewalk very well and can’t hear at all. 

Hernando Beach Coast Guard Auxiliary Mural Dedication

A new mural adorns the north side of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Building on Hernando Beach.  On a beautiful Saturday morning, members of United Community Hernando Beach and several dignitaries came to dedicate the artistry of Diane Liptak and Steve Krou.  Krou and Liptak are also known for other murals in the area, including the doors of Fire Station 6 on Hernando Beach.

First Post-Pandemic Live Performance a Huge Success at Timber Pines

On May 5, 2021, the Timber Pines community Snowbird Club and New York State Club joined forces to put on a spectacular evening of magic and music for their members. This was the first live group indoor event since the beginning of the Pandemic, which is not something to be taken lightly. After over a year of the Timber Pines Performance Center being closed due to COVID-19, this evening of entertainment, song and laughter was extremely welcome and long awaited.