Melissa Roy of Love Groveland was the Kiwanis guest speaker at the weekly meeting on Tuesday, April 9. Melissa spoke of the growing need for people with food insecurities in the South Lake Community. Love Groveland is a non-profit organization...
Friends of Cooper Memorial Library is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the library. The organization supports the library by raising money to help make unfunded and  underfunded programs possible. Half a century has passed since the inception of the...
submitted by Clermont Garden Club   Bringing us into 2024, Clermont Garden Club's Yard-of-the-Month is the home of Rich Fisher at 10914 Crescent Ridge Loop in Clermont. This hidden gem is the perfect oasis adorned with a beautiful Angel Trumpet Brugmansia...
On Tuesday, April 9,  the Kiwanis Club of Clermont excitedly welcomed veterans of the 101st Airborne/Airmobile Combat Infantry Division, Company C/2/501Vietnam to its noon meeting. The veterans recently held their reunion in Clermont on April 9 – 11, at the...
Clermont Woman's Club (CWC) members, Jacki Josten and Donna Antoniotti recently attended a charity tea held for the benefit of New Beginnings!  This charity is also one of several local charities supported by CWC.   The Clermont Woman's Club is a...
By Grace Rabano & The Clermont Garden Club   Every month, from September through May, Clermont Garden Club members loan plants to Cooper Memorial Library and Clermont City Hall to promote horticulture awareness and connect our community to Clermont Garden Club’s...
Submitted by Pam Schmitz, Clermont Woman's Club Publicity   Congressman Daniel Webster stopped by to say hello to the members of the Clermont Woman's Club during our April meeting.    The Clermont Woman's Club meets the first Tuesday of each month (September through...
  The Clermont Garden Club's Yard of the Month for March 2024 is the home of Arlen and Bruce, who have resided at 14728 Green Valley Blvd, Clermont since October 2021. Located on the scenic Green Valley Country Club, their...
submitted by Chuck Seaver   The Kiwanis Club of Clermont (KCC)  has been planning a new “Swim Safety Program” for implementation this summer. The program will focus on awareness and education for the youth in South Lake County.    To help fund the...
submitted by Grace Rabano, Clermont Garden Club   On behalf of the Garden Club, Helen Ribbe, Sue Randall, Donna Clement, Barbara Williams and Grace Rabano prepared floral arrangements and  spring gift bags filled with goodies of personal toiletries and sugar-free sweets....
submitted by Grace Rabano (Publicity Lead for CGC)   Members of the Clermont Garden Club (CGC) celebrate the beginning of spring by creating a Linear Design floral arrangement using colorful chrysanthemums and daisies. The floral design program was led by Clermont...
The Kiwanis Club of Clermont has long supported the Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation (GCCF) and this year is no exception.    The GCCF’s mission is to provide financial assistance, support, and comfort to persons fighting cancer who live in the South...
by Pam Schultz, Clermont Woman's Club   It is the goal of the Clermont Woman's Club to help and encourage women to further their education in both traditional and non-traditional careers.    President Helen Cooney and Scholarship Chairman Carol Spaldi have announced CWC's...
Clermont Garden Club's 6th Spring Garden Festival is scheduled for Saturday, May 4.  This is a home and garden, plant nursery, yard art and nature-related event.  The event continues to grow each year and is becoming a crowd favorite!...
By Grace Rabano & The Clermont Garden Club Every month, from September through May, Clermont Garden Club members loan plants to Cooper Memorial Library and Clermont City Hall to promote horticulture awareness and connect our community to Clermont Garden Club’s...
Congratulations Clermont Woman's Club! They recently attended the GFWC/FL District 7 Arts and Crafts Meeting held in Orlando and all of their entrants came home with a ribbon.  The CWC entrants were awarded 5-1st Place Ribbons, 2-2nd Place Ribbons...
by Chuck Seaver, South Lake Tablet  The Clermont Police Department held its monthly Coffee with a Cop community relations event on Wednesday, March 20. The Clermont Woman’s Club, 655 West Broome Street, hosted the event. Pam Schmitz, publicity chair for The...
On April 20th, from 5-9 pm, relive the good ol' days, as the Groveland Historical Society recreates the 'Teenway' dances from the 1950s-60s. Volunteers will transform the Lake David Center into a scene from the bygone era.   "BBQ Dinners...
Jennifer Hightower, Program Coordinator at New Beginnings of Clermont, recently presented Debbie Milwee, Treasurer of the Clermont Woman's Club with a plaque acknowledging the support and contributions made to New Beginnings from CWC. New Beginnings is one of several...
By Grace Rabano & The Clermont Garden Club Every month, from September through May, Clermont Garden Club members loan plants to Cooper Memorial Library and Clermont City Hall to promote horticulture awareness and connect our community to Clermont Garden Club’s...
Article and Photos By Ted Luebbers A more perfect day couldn’t have been ordered for the Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In / Drive-In held on March 30, 2024. The Leesburg International Airport was a beehive of activity with planes flying in and...
by Chuck Seaver, South Lake Tablet The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5277 and the Women’s Auxiliary Unit held its annual student scholarship and teacher appreciation luncheon on Saturday, January 13th at the William Alred Suggs Memorial Post, 855...
Attorney Patrick Smith gave an information presentation on estate planning, trust administration and other related fields at the recent Kiwanis Club of Clermont lunch meeting.   The club meets on Tuesdays at Green Valley Country Club, at 11:30 am, except for...
By Grace Rabano, Clermont Garden Club Clermont Garden Club members worked with children at Head Start on E. Desoto St. in Clermont to plant vegetables (such as beans and squash) in their fall-raised garden beds. The gardens are a project...
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