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Letters

  • One visit is not enough

    Commissioner Ron Kitchen and a few of his supporters recently went to the Citrus County Animal Shelter for a scheduled tour. I have seen remarks from one of them that the shelter was clean and adequately staffed. Commissioner Kitchen said he would reserve his remarks for the workshop, but said he expected worse from what he had heard. 

  • Thanks for helping!

    The Great Florida Yard Sale and Elite Services & Events LLC would like to thank all sponsors, official sale sites, official vendors, vendors and shoppers who came out to Citrus County from all over Florida.

    We had an amazing weekend. Vendors selling their wares like crazy, with many local businesses having one of the busiest weekends in a long time. The U.S. 19 sale was a great success for all from Homosassa to the Crystal River Mall. 

  • Thanks for the support

    The Students Ministry at Cornerstone Baptist Church would like to thank the following sponsors of our “Send Them To Serve” Golf Tournament held at Lakeside Golf and Country Club on Nov. 8.  The tournament raises funds for our students to go on mission trips and attend summer camp.

    Corporate sponsors: Nick Nicholas Ford, Kiwanis of Inverness, Air Mechanical & Kinnard Chiropractic.

  • Commitment to the game of golf

    Around the country, a number of golf courses have closed amid the economic downturn, but not Inverness Golf and Country Club. By transitioning from a private club to a semi-private club, IGCC managed to stay afloat. Another reason for the club’s success is its members, some of whom have volunteered to undertake projects on their own when there were insufficient funds.

  • Tax cuts not best form of change

    Commissioners: The newest members have pledged to work for more accountability and for thoughtful change.

  • Well-deserved thanks

    A recent Chronicle article in the Education Section declared the Coupons for Classrooms program as a success, raising over $76,000 for local public education. I 100 percent agree with the Chronicle’s assessment, but would be remiss if I did not take the opportunity to thank all of the amazing people who helped make the program so successful.

  • 2014 Haunted Maze thanks

    Our 15th annual ‘Nightmare on Pine Bluff Street’ haunted Halloween maze and graveyard was enjoyed by over 475 people this year during the two nights it was open, Saturday, Oct. 25, and Halloween.

  • Thanks for help with CUB fundraiser

    The Citrus United Basket Golf Tournament held on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014, was a huge success thanks to the participants and sponsors of this event. All proceeds went to Citrus United Basket to help feed, clothe and support the citizens of Citrus County. 

  • Your sympathy is appreciated

    We would sincerely like to thank all that attended the service, sent flowers and cards of sympathy on the sudden death of our son Paul, age 58 years. It is comforting and very much appreciated by our family.

    Parents Carol and Ted Vogt; brother Ted Jr.; and sister Diane

    Beverly Hills

  • Continued success