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28 Rainbow Springs Villager April 2018
Dunnellon Thrift Shop Donations
March 2018
Submitted By Joann McCullough
Voted Outstanding Restaurant and Customer Service
Excellence Award
9576 N. Citrus Springs Blvd
Citrus Springs, FL 34434
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Deltona Blvd
Elcam Blvd
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Pine Ridge
Estates
HWY 491
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www.blvdbistrocs.com
352-897-5155
Tues - Sun 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Pick Up &
Delivery
Available!
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u Nuggets and Fill
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Mulches
Landscapes
Clay & Aggregate
Decorative Stones
Large Boulders
River Rock
Pine Needles
352-465-1100
DAY SPECIAL
WEDNESDAY SPECIALOpen
THURSDAY
SPECIAL
Corner of US 41
VE 10% OFF
Mon-Fri
8-5
GET
$1.00
OFF
BUY ONE Rd
Retail & Wholesale
and Dunnellon
Sat 8-noon
BREAKFAST
Landscapers
Welcome!
SPECIALITY
DRINKS
GET
ONE ½ OFF
Courteous, Knowledgeable and Local Staff
R LUNCH
ON PER CUSTOMER.
MBINED WITH ANY OTHER
FERS OR DAILY SPECIALS
S MARCH 30, 2017
ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER.
CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER
COUPONS, OFFERS OR DAILY SPECIALS
EXPIRES MARCH 30, 2017
ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER.
CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER
COUPONS, OFFERS OR DAILY SPECIALS
EXPIRES MARCH 30, 2017
3 T’S LAWN CARE
Complete Lawn and Yard Care
352-361-1555
Ben Dellaria, Owner
3TsLawns@gmail.com
FREE
ESTIMATES
10190 SW 138th Ct, Dunnellon, FL
Dunnellon Elementary
Reflecting their continued support for our local
schools, Dunnellon Community Thrift Shop
volunteers Betsy Shaaf and Barbara Hayes are
shown presenting a $499 check to Dunnellon
Elementary School Principal Karen English. Ms.
English reported to the volunteers that her more
than 600 “Tiger Cubs” are enthusiastic readers.
The funds she received will be used to expand
the school’s library and provide new and exciting
books. Media Specialist Ms. Holly Neal keeps
in close touch with the students to find out what
their latest interests are and chooses the reading
material to stimulate their curiosity. The youngsters are encouraged to take out multiple books to
further their knowledge.
Dunnellon Middle School
Dunnellon Community Thrift Shop volunteers
Betty Tilley-Poole, Anya Motovilova and Naomi
Belmore are pictured presenting a $499 check
to Dunnellon Middle School Principal Delbert
Smallridge. The money will be held in the
Principal’s Discretionary Fund which is used for
such diverse expenditures as repairing the band’s
instruments, buying extra books or providing
shoes or new eyeglasses for students in need. With
many families falling below the poverty line, it
is important to give students every chance for a
successful school experience.
Romeo Elementary School
Romeo Elementary School Principal Cathy
Balius is pictured receiving a $499 donation from
Dunnellon Community Thrift Shop volunteers
JanCATERING
Salfisberg and
Janis Ewards. The money will
SPECIAL
help finance
the
purchase
books for the school’s
GET 10% OFF
Summer Reading Program. 770 children attend
YOUR NEXT PARTY
K-5th grade at Romeo Elementary. Approximately
½ the students are Hispanic. Romeo is the school
ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER.
with
theBEhighest
CANNOT
COMBINED percentage
WITH ANY OTHER of non-English
COUPONS, OFFERS
OR DAILY
SPECIALS County. Nine paraspeaking
children
in Marion
EXPIRES MARCH 30, 2017
professionals work with these students to bring
their language skills up to par. The Summer
Reading Program is especially important to these students as it helps them maintain not only their
reading proficiency, but also reinforces their English. The youngsters take several books home at
the end of the school year and may either swap them in on designated “swap days” or keep them to
enjoy over and over. Even if they choose to keep the books, they are allowed to take more books on
swap day. The children also log their reading hours as they vie for small prizes or privileges. The
hope is that they arrive for the new school year without the back-sliding that sometimes happens
over the summer vacation and will be primed and ready when August rolls around and a new
school year starts.

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