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    Thanks for article

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    Bushnell Electric update

    In October 2015, WHH Enterprises presented to the Bushnell City Council and the public the results of their study, titled “Franchise Purchase Option Analysis.” This presentation outlined several options for the future of Bushnell Electric and the future of the Bushnell community.

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    Opportunity of a Lifetime!

    Our Local Aviation Association, EAA Chapter1489 is offering their third bi-annual course introducing the local youth to opportunities in the aviation arena.
    It is set for Saturday, Feb. 20, at Flying W Air Ranch.  Friday, Feb. 12, is the registration deadline.
    We will offer career development, flight simulator, aircraft construction, safety, flight basics, flight over Bushnell, scholarships and a free lunch.
     Youth who are 8 years to the day before they turn 18 are eligible.  

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    Cautious with Christmas trees
    As the holiday season comes to a close, Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam encourages Floridians to dispose of Christmas trees safely. Dry limbs and needles from discarded Christmas trees can become an ignition source for fire if not properly cleared away from homes and natural areas.

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    Keeping children cyber safe
    As Florida students enjoy a break from school this holiday season, Attorney General Pam Bondi is asking parents to talk to their children about cyber safety. According to recent reports, nearly nine out of every 10 teens in Florida have access to a smartphone or tablet with access to the Internet

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    SSHS Project Graduation
    2016 needs your support
    Sponsors are needed for this worthy Non-Profit organization.  Project Graduation is a group of parents who work independently to provide for an all-night Post-Graduation Celebration for the high school graduating Seniors in our community.  With family, friends and community support, we hope to make this years fundraising efforts successful, to encourage full participation with great incentives.  
    Our goal is to provide safety awareness that benefits both our young adults and our community.  

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    Thanks for support
    Thanks to all of you who have RSVPed to our event: The Sunshine Awards Dinner - “Celebration of Giving 2015” The response has been good and getting better! We are looking forward to seeing you all there! If you have any questions or comments please respond on our Facebook page or call us at: 352-587-2710
    It’s been a very busy month and we’re looking forward to an even busier 2016! Thanks to all of you who have been following us and please feel free to share our information with your friends, family and coworkers!!

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    Some good news
    Sumter County Florida Animal Advocates has wonderful news to share with everyone that Sumter County Animal Services is now open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    You must be escorted by an employee of the Humane Society/SPCA of Sumter County, Inc. to visit an animal at Sumter County Animal Services.

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    Unemployment      is a major cause of mental health     problems
    Researchers Paul Karsten and Klaus Moser examined 300 studies of unemployed people and found that unemployed people suffer from more distress than most working people. For example, some French workers were told they were laid off. The workers became so angry they kidnapped their bosses and held them for a ransom.