Make a difference in the life of an animal! One day only, this Sunday, June 11th, Honda of Ocala has partnered with local shelters to present “Just One Day”, an event to promote pet adoption. The event kicks off at 11 a.m. and continues through 2 p.m. Why “Just One Day?” In America, around 1.5 million potential pets are euthanized in shelters across the nation. The goal of this event is to inspire the US to become a “No Kill Nation”. So stop by Honda of Ocala this Sunday. Who knows? You may also find a new car to drive your pet home in! If you don’t find your furry friend at the “One Day Event” visit our pets pages! They are loaded with cats, dogs and all kinds of animals looking for a forever home.!
Hurricane season begins June 1st and lasts through November 30th. While no one can control Mother Nature, we can control how ready we are when a storm is on the horizon. NOAA predicts an above normal Atlantic hurricane season this year with a 45% chance of an above normal season. We have a 30% chance of a normal season and only a 20% chance of a below-normal season.
Not the news we love to hear. So now what? It’s time to get prepared! Review your homeowners insurance. If you need help understanding what is covered and what is not, Call our friend, Kevin McDonald of the McDonald Insurance Agency. He and his staff can look over your coverage and help make sure you are protected. You’ll be glad you did!
KCountry 93.7 FM and WIND-FM have partnered with the Humane Society to present the Pet Expo this Saturday, May 6th from 9 am – 1 pm at Jervey Gantt park and Letty Towles Dog Park (2290 SE 32nd Avenue). Don’t miss the puppies, kittens, cats and dogs looking for their forever home! In addition to pet adoptions, there will be agility contests, demonstrations by the Sheriff’s department, costume contests and much more! Bring your four-legged buddy or find your next one and enjoy the fun this Saturday! You won’t want to miss it!
Hurricane Matthew, the strongest hurricane to strike Florida’s east coast since Hurricane Andrew, is hours away from touching down in the Sunshine State. At Newby Management, we know how important it is to prepare your mobile home for a hurricane. Here are some last minute preparations you can do to help keep your home and family safe in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Click to read article.