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Today's News

  • Cooper litter pick up
  • MCFR Battles Oak Run Structure Fire
  • CERT gives excellent presentation

    Our Community Emergency Response Team gave an outstanding presentation last Saturday in the clubhouse. Along with the CERT team, about forty-five residents joined in to learn what to do in an emergency situation. The program began with Robert Busha showing a slide show as an introduction. From there, the information flowed concerning how to deal with natural disasters.

  • What to look forward to in Marion Landing

    July 4th picnic

    and pool party

  • Residents invited to PACOR picnic at the Orchid Club

    Dear readers, sure hope you have been able to keep dry. I find myself saying, “I better go to store now, as it has stopped raining.” We are not happy to hear Alberto might visit Florida. He is not welcome in Oak Run! The PACOR picnic is

  • Locals were active over the weekend

    Local residents were busy over the weekend with a variety of activities.

    Some of the people in Marion County came out for the Ocala Lions Club flea market along State Route 200.

    In the photo below, residents decorated mailboxes in Oak Run Saturday for the letter carrier food drive.

    In the bottom left photo is the winner of the Oak Run Golf Cart Rodeo.

  • How to break the silence about domestic violence?

    How do we break the silence about domestic violence which, with 10 deaths recorded in Marion County in the first four months of 2018, is reaching epidemic proportions locally and nationally?

    Dr. Judy Wilson, CEO of the Ocala Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Center, will lead a panel discussing a crime which affects everyone regardless of age, race, education or financial status when the May 11 Friday Forum meets at 11:30 a.m. at the Golden Corral, 2111 SW State Road 200. The luncheon discussions are always open to the public.

  • Happenings

    Tuesday, May 15

    Dementia Workshop

  • Ocala West UMC Car Show

    Ocala West United Methodist Church held its last car show and chicken barbecue of the season Friday, March 4, and the Boy Scout troop held a hot dog cookout at the same time. Beautiful weather brought out many people to admire some of the unusual cars that included a 1953 MG TD, a Plymouth Prowler, bottom left photo, and a member of the National Tin Bucket Alliance. In the top right photo is a Tin Lizzy. Over in the food area, bottom right photo, people gathered around tables enjoying the chicken barbecue. 

  • Ready or not, here I am

    Hello.

    My name is David Davis, your new editor. “New” is not the correct word, because I’m getting up in years. Maybe current is a better adjective, but that’s not right either, because there are many, many topics on which I am not current. How about if I say, “ready or not, here I am.”