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Kevco nails another award

Kevco nails another award

Kevco Builders, Lake County’s most award-winning construction company, recently earned another honor. The Leesburg-based company was recently ranked third on the Orlando Business Journal’s Fast 50 list of Central Florida companies. The publication’s Fast 50 list recognizes the fastest-growing private…

Fathering the fatherless

Located in Umatilla, Dads for Boys Ranch provides boys without fathers opportunities to participate in outdoor activities — boating, fishing, hiking, archery, target shooting, and other sports —  with adult male volunteer mentors. While the boys are engaging in fun,…
Shoppin’ Sumter

Shoppin’ Sumter

The Webster Westside Flea Market is paradise for bargain hunters. Held on Mondays, the 50-acre market is  located on County Road 471 next to the Sumter County Fairgrounds. Established in 1937 by local farmers to sell vegetables and cattle, the…
Successful Strokes

Successful Strokes

The Lake Eustis Museum of Art is honoring one of the city’s most prominent artists. The late Catherine Haynes Stockwell is considered a pioneer in the world of art. Her paintings include 1900s landscapes, images of rural African-American families and…
THE STYLE INTERVIEW: John Anderson

THE STYLE INTERVIEW: John Anderson

Country music legend John Anderson, the pride of Apopka, is ‘swingin’ through Lake County to perform at the Cattle Baron’s Ball and help in the fight against cancer. We caught up with Anderson to talk about his upcoming appearance, his…
CITY SERIES: Tavares, America’s Seaplane City

CITY SERIES: Tavares, America’s Seaplane City

The City of Tavares is like the children’s story, “The Little Engine That Could.” Instead of one mountain to climb, the city had several, but the power of positive thinking among city leaders transformed a non-descript and economically challenged county…
A tough nut to crack

A tough nut to crack

A passion to restore the American chestnut tree has yielded not only chestnuts but also hope for the species that almost disappeared from American landscapes in the last century. story: Mary Ann DeSantis  |  photos: Tony DeSantis To some people,…
CLASS ACTS: Shaping tomorrow’s leaders

CLASS ACTS: Shaping tomorrow’s leaders

Recently selected student ambassadors for Lake-Sumter State College (LSSC) are as follows: Nicole Brannen, Emily Carlson, Tyler Daly, Sydney Glenn, Benjamin Heggie, Christina Navarro, Brad Newman, and Jasmine Scott. The LSSC Foundation selected the eight students from among 33 applicants.…
HEARTFELT ART: Art takes a front seat

HEARTFELT ART: Art takes a front seat

Children may soon discover their hidden artistic talents by simply hopping on a bus. For years, the Early Learning Coalition of Lake County has utilized the Big Blue Bus as a mobile classroom to teach school-age children to read, use…

SHIINING STARS: Con‘grad’ulations

Montverde Academy’s 100th graduating class of 2013 made quite a mark on the school academically. The list of accomplishments seems endless. •    Academic Team 2013 Lake-Sumter Hi-Q League champions. •    Academic Team 2013 state and national qualifier. •    Math Team…
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