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Today's Features

  • CONTINUING
    Quit smoking
    Registration for the free Quit Smoking Now Program is now open at Clark Clinic in Bushnell. Classes will begin at 10 a.m. on select Tuesdays and run for 5weeks beginning in January 2016. Free nicotine therapy is available while supplies last. Call 793-2441 and register today!
    Smoking cessation/diabetes classes

  • CONTINUING
    Quit smoking
    Registration for the free Quit Smoking Now Program is now open at Clark Clinic in Bushnell. Classes will be-gin at 10 a.m. on select Tues-days and run for 5weeks be-ginning in January 2016. Free nicotine therapy is available while supplies last. Call 793-2441 and register today!
    Smoking cessation/diabetes classes

  • Church to host women’s RUSH

    The First Baptist Church of Sumterville will host the R.U.S.H. Women’s Conference on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 and 6. The event begins at 7 p.m. nightly. RUSH was created to help bring the women of Sumter and surrounding counties together not only as Christians but as sisters in Christ, according to Loretta Spencer, one of the event coordinators.

  • SATURDAY, NOV. 7

    Movie in the park

    Disney’s Frozen, Sing Along, will be presented at Bushnell’s Kenny Dixon Sports Complex, 611 W. Noble Ave., with gates open at 4:30 p.m. and the movie starting at 6 p.m.. Peppermint scented snow flurries sponsored by Bright House Networks. There will be a bounce house and the Sumter County queens will perform. Bring a blanket and chair. Concessions provided by the Wolf Pack Football League.

    SUNDAY, NOV. 8

    Veterans Day Celebration

  • Church to host women’s RUSH
    The First Baptist Church of Sumterville will host the R.U.S.H. Women’s Conference on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 and 6.
    The event begins at 7 p.m. nightly. RUSH was created to help bring the women of Sumter and surrounding counties together not only as Christians but as sisters in Christ, according to Loretta Spencer, one of the event coordinators.

  • FRIDAY, OCT. 30

    Craft show

    Continental 32nd Annual Craft Bazaar will be at Continental Country Club, Wildwood, State Road 44, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bazaar continues on Saturday, Oct. 31. Come out and see the unique items created by our many talented ven-dors. For information call Joan, 330-0398.

    Raider Run

  • What’s worse than a bloody, demented clown on a tricycle?  How about more bloody, demented clowns with chain saws – real chainsaws!

    Just ask any of the visitors who were brave enough to venture into the Hinton Haunted House last weekend.  Many of them can likely tell you.

    Visitors to the Hinton family’s house of spooky, gruesome frights will likely remember their trip for a long time.  

  • THURSDAY, OCT. 22
    Fall Carnival
    Bushnell Elementary School will have its fall carnival at 5 p.m. The event will include games, bounce houses, a photo booth, sno-cones and popcorn, barbecue dinners and a Raider Spirit Booth.
    Car wash
    NJROTC will be having a community project car wash from 3:45 to 6 p.m. at SSHS front park-ing lot and again on Sunday, Oct. 25 at Advanced Auto parts store from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Money raised will go to help a family that is in need.
    FRIDAY, OCT. 23
    Dance event

  • The venue change for Bushnell’s Fall Festival seemed to bring big success for many of the vendors and some added family-friendly bonuses for the community, according to event coordinator Ruby Mark.
    “There was lots of shade, lots of places for families to get together and picnic and lots of places for kids to play,” she said of the benefits.
    And while not all vendors had their best sales, some of them said they had more sales than ever at this year’s festival.

  • First Baptist
    of Webster
    The 124th Homecoming at First Baptist Church of Webster is scheduled to begin 10:45 a.m., Oct. 25, with preaching by Ron Coram and music by The Mus-tard Seed Band.
    Dinner on the grounds will follow. Call 352-793-3738 for more information