Attending a Clermont Toastmasters meeting provides a safe, supportive and positive learning environment in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. It’s not only educational but it is also...
Recently, members of the Clermont Garden Club enjoyed a “Make & Take” workshop where they created beautiful flower arrangements.   In 2019,  they are celebrating their 70th anniversary as a member of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.  Meetings are...
Curious about Toastmasters? Attending a meeting is a great opportunity to learn what it’s all about. Our club provides a safe, supportive and positive learning environment in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in...
This past Tuesday, the Rotary Club of South Lake County met three fellow Rotarians from Trinidad and Tobago. As a Rotarian, you can visit any club in the world and be welcomed as their own. The fellowship, diversity, networking and...
Clermont Garden Club member Jean Gibson brought a “Sansevieria Trifasciata” also known as a “snake plant”, to Cooper Memorial Library.  These plants are native to tropical West Africa and can be grown outside in warm climates and also do...
Tomoka Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, held their annual Student Award Program Friday, February 1, at Cooper Memorial Library. Beverly Oyler, Tomoka Regent welcomed Clermont Mayor Gail Ash, Groveland Mayor Evelyn Wilson, Montverde Mayor Joe Wynkoop, administrators, teachers, students,...
The South Lake Junior Women's Club (SLJWC), along with Schmid Construction and other community members, sponsored gifts for the FIT students of East Ridge Middle School.  FIT stands for Families in Transition. The SLJWC sponsored this event to add joy to FIT students...
Clermont Garden Club donated $520 to Lake County School District's Families in Transition Program (FIT). FIT falls under the McKinney- Vento Act, established to assist homeless children and youth enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school. Under this legislation, homeless youths...
by Donna DiGennaro How does it happen that an educator from New York City ends up a Holocaust Scholar, author and screenplay writer?  In the case of Sheryl Needle Cohn it all started with a box full of loose, old black &...
On the first Sunday of each month, the Clermont-Minneola Lions can be found at the Downtown Clermont Farmer’s Market selling brooms made by the blind. It’s a source of fundraising that supports the blind as well as people with...
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