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Project Legacy hosts 2 patriotic concerts Sunday

Project Legacy hosts 2 patriotic concerts Sunday

  Two patriotic concerts, “An Honor to Our Veterans,” will take place 3 and 6 p.m. Sunday at Heritage Community Church, 509 W. Berckman St., Fruitland Park. The concerts are being hosted by Project Legacy, a nonprofit organization devoted to…
MEET A VILLAGER: Legacy of Dance

MEET A VILLAGER: Legacy of Dance

Even though she’s retired, Marjorie Blakely shows no signs of slowing down when it comes to her first love: dance. Anyone meeting Marjorie Blakely for the first time may pick up pretty quickly that she’s a dancer. She carries her…
BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic

BUSINESS MEN OF STYLE: Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic

Pills and injections are not the most effective—or safest—ways to control pain. Drs. John Theeck and Christopher Kessler of Legacy Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages understand this quite well. That’s why they utilize various diagnostic tools to determine and…
Leaving a legacy

Leaving a legacy

  The holiday season may be well behind us, but the spirit of giving is still in the air. Theodore Clark of Grand Island recently endowed $75,000 to Lake-Sumter State College to support the future of top students seeking associate…
Carrying the legacy

Carrying the legacy

Sculptor J. Michael Wilson grew up a long way from Florida, but his lifelike bronze statues at the Brownwood entrance of The Villages skillfully capture the history of Florida’s whip-cracking, cattle-driving cowboys. story: Mary Ann DeSantis  photos: Fred Lopez+Liz Tidwell…
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