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Today's Features

  • The Cedar Key Woman’s Club held its Installation Dinner on March 28 at the Seabreeze Restaurant in Cedar Key.
    The theme of the event was “recycling”, and true to that theme, the club’s new officers are those that served in the past.
    Officers installed include: Jane Moore, president; Debbie Franks, first vice-president (not present), Joan Selby, second vice-president; Teri Brennan, secretary; Cindy Leiner, treasurer (not present); Judy Duvall, parliamentarian; and Eileen Senecal, corresponding secretary.

  • Thursday

    Poetry reading
    Cedar Key Poets will be meeting at the Cedar Key Library on Thursday, April 5 at 5 p.m.
    Those expected to recite poetry include: Evelyn Duncan, New York State; Teri Brennan, Cedar Key; Jackie Johnson, Colorado; Ginnah Howard, New York State;  Nancy MacMilian, Ontario; Graham Duncan, New York State; Hedy Havel, Cedar Key; Jim Hoy, Cedar Key; Libby Cagle, Rosewood.
    Refreshments will be served.

    Saturday

    Butterfly walk in April

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    - Keep It Simple, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, SR 24 and 5th Street (open/no smoking)
    - Cedar Key Step Meeting, Mondays, 7 p.m., Cedar Key Library, upstairs meeting room (open/no smoking)

    Beekeeping Club
    The Levy County Beekeeping Association (LCBA) will meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at 4 West Park Ave., in Chiefland. Anyone interested in keeping bees is invited to attend.

    City Commission

  • By Toni C. Collins
    Levy County Historian
    The Federal government has conducted a census or account of its population every year since 1790. In that year the census takers, who were U.S. Marshals on horseback, counted 3.9 million inhabitants.
    Why did the government undertake such a huge project? As America expanded, the nation’s interests grew more complex and the government needed to plan for that new growth.

  • By LESLIE STURMER

    Special to the Beacon

  • Thursday

    Tourist board meets
    The Levy County Tourist Development Council will have its bi-monthly meeting Thursday, March 29, at 6 p.m.
    at the  Levy County Visitors Bureau, 620 N. Hathaway Ave., Bronson. The meeting is open to the public.

    Saturday

    Annual yard sale at CK Museum
    The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Cedar Key Museum State Park will host the Friends of Cedar Key State Park’s annual fundraising yard sale on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1.

  • Each Wednesday morning, the Boat Builders meet at 9 a.m.
    Also on Wednesday mornings, Chris Harkness is in the photo lab. The next few sessions Chris will be teaching pinhole camera techniques.
    • Ann Kamzelski has extended her Photoshop elements class through March 27, when she will show how to change images to black and white, how to add a watermark and will work on editing images brought to class. The fee is $20 for members - $25 for nonmembers.  Ann’s number is (352) 543-9660.

  • Twelve Cedar Key Lions took being green to heart on St. Patrick’s Day,
    collecting 150 lbs. of roadside trash on the Lions’ two mile stretch of Adopt-a-Road on Rt. 24 leading into Cedar Key. Lions doing their part are, from left: Teri Brennan, Judy Duvall, Ralph Selby, Dale Register, Susan Hollandsworth, Lannie Cardona, Frank Molitor, Bob Piscura, Judy Howerton, Roland Senecal and George Sresovich. (Not pictured is Rory Brennan).
     

  • By Eileen Senecal
    The Cedar Key Woman’s Club held its Annual Luncheon & Fashion Show on March 15, entertaining over 150 women.  The ladies just can’t be beat with their efforts to support local charities and raise funds for the scholarship for a Cedar Key young lady graduate.  

  • Tuesday
    Democrats meet Tuesday in Bronson
    The Levy County Democratic Committee will meet at the Bronson Restaurant on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
    Anyone interested in the Democratic Party, discussing the upcoming elections or just interested in getting involved in the Democratic Party is welcome to come to the meeting and join.
    The committee is seeking people that are interested in the party and interested in fairness in the political system.
    A dinner menu will be available for purchase.
    For more information, call Charley King 352-493-4797.