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2020 Parks & Recreation Fitness & Boot Camp Class Schedule Print

FITNESS CLASSES
Begins Tuesday, Jan 7th, 2020
Classes taught by Lori Rosario, CPT
Jerome Brown Community Center

 

FITNESS BOOT CAMP 

Begins January 2, 2020
Classes taught by Joe Campbell, CFT
Tom Varn Park

For schedule and fees, dowload the flyer.

icon 2020 Fitness Class Flyer and Fees

icon 2020 BootCamp Flyer

 

 
New Art Exhibit at the Uptown Art Gallery - The Art in my Mind Print

Up Town Art Gallery 
New Art Exhibit

 

Join us for an artful evening!

"The Art in My Mind"

Artist Choice Exhibit & Reception

 

January 17th, 2020 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

 

Download the Press Release

icon Press Release The Art in My Mind

 
Pickleball at Jerome Brown Community Center Print
Pickleball Pickleball at Jerome Brown Community Center 99 Jerome Brown Place,  Brooksville, FL 34601 Wednesdays 8:30a - 10:30a & 11:30a - 3:30p $2.00 per person to play For more information call 352-540-3830
Pickleball at Jerome Brown Community Center
99 Jerome Brown Place,  Brooksville, FL 34601
Wednesdays 8:30a - 10:30a & 11:30a - 3:30p
$2.00 per person to play
For more information call 352-540-3830
 
Download the Pickleball Flyer
 
City Council Recognizes Richard Radacky for Years of Service Print

City Council Recognizes Richard Radacky, Utility
Director for years of Service.

Image of City Council Members present Public Works Director Retirement Plaque - L-R Council Members William Kemerer, Betty Earhard, Mayor Joe Bernardini, Richard Radacky,  Council Members Pat Brayton and Robert Battista.

L-R Council Members William Kemerer, Betty Earhard,
Mayor Joe Bernardini, Richard Radacky,
Vice Mayor Pat Brayton and Council Member Robert Battista.

 

At the regualar City Council meeting
on January 6, 2020 City Coucil
presented Richard Radacky with
retirement plaque for his many years
of service as the
Director of the Department of Public Works.

 

 
Adopt-A-Street Print

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The City of Brooksville Adopt-A-Street Program recognizes the commitment of volunteers to keep our City’s roadways free from litter and debris.

Besides presenting a poor appearance, litter and trash can cause traffic hazards and affect drainage. Adopt-A-Street allows citizens to demonstrate community pride, make a positive statement for a clean, attractive community and help the city reduce costs. Individuals, community groups, business owners, schools, churches and service clubs are invited to participate.

For more information please download: Adopt A Street Brochure and Application Form

 
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