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Local doctors have merged their practices to offer our residents a variety of medical solutions in healthcare. From traditional to alternative methods,
HEALTH ATLAST CITRUS will diagnose and treat illnesses utilizing the services of all staff specialists.
They encourage and promote healthy lifestyles by offering annual wellness exams, which are typically covered 100% by insurance. Call their office today and find good HEALTH AT LAST!
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CITRUS COUNTY COMMUNITY CONCERT:
This local, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization was recently invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
The group was one of two choirs from Florida selected to perform at this musical event.
In addition to providing our community classical choral music, they also raise funds to provide local scholarships for the vocal arts and for the advancement of music in Citrus County.
A LIFE-CHANGING MISSION:
The Mission of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Inc., is to prevent delinquency and develop lawful, resilient, and productive citizens.
This year, the Youth Ranches will serve over 5,000 boys and girls in the state.
Ozzy, a 17-year-old student, recently had a life-changing experience by traveling to Haiti as part of a mission team that assisted with
unloading supplies, and mural painting at an orphanage in Calebasse.
STUDENT SUPPORT FOUNDATION:
Dunnellon High School is the local chapter of the Student Support Foundation (SSF). The Foundation was formed in 2003 by published Author and Philanthropist,
Carrie Morgridge, with support from her husband, John, and the Morgridge Family Foundation.
The purpose of this organization is to familiarize today’s youth with the importance of, and the gratification that comes with helping others.
LECANTO HIGH SCHOOL IB PROGRAM:
The International Baccalaureate program was originally designed for children of diplomats in the 1960s.
This Diploma Program has become one of the premier academic curriculums for 11th and 12th grade students all over the world, at a cost of up to $30,000 per year.
Lecanto High School is one of over 2,000 high schools that offer the program, for FREE, to any student with the desire to excel in academics.
There are many more interesting stories in this issue.
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