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Ocala and Marion County business news for February 1, 2021

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The Ocala Horse Allianceseeks community horse farms to lover in its new five-calendar year partnership with Marion County Public Colleges. The Black Stallion Looking through Venture “is developed to use horses to incentivize fourth qualitypupils to advance their examining and comprehension capabilities and concurrently endorse horses, horse athletics, and convey awareness to vocation prospects offered in the equine sector in Marion County,” the alliance says.  

The alliance seeks horse farms to develop into energetic and supportive partners with elementary colleges through the Farms to Universities Partners software, which pairs a farm or ranch with a community faculty. Contact [email protected] for an software and further data.

Marion Transit now has a deviated Gold Line route in Marion Oaks. “Although the Marion Oaks local community has normally had service from Marion Transit, the new Gold Line route is the first time that the area has experienced a deviated route process (move on, move off assistance) in place,” the provider stated in a news launch.

For progress reservations, call 620-3071. For exact same-day pickup, contact 620-3127. A comprehensive plan of the route can be located at this shortened website deal with: https://tinyurl.com/y2mmka5j

Marion Senior Services has announced its board of directors and officers for 2021: Bill Oppenheimer, chair Angie Dansby, vice chair Felecia Choose, secretary & treasurer Billy Woods, quick past chair and associates Roy Abshier, Nichole Bloom, Monthly bill Browder, Louis Cherubin, Juanita Cunningham, Biddie Kirk, Bekki Koppenhafer, Mike McQuaig, Robert Putzeys, Samantha Rauba, Marty Roberson and April Savarese.

• The Family members Greenback Retail outlet at 2370 NW 45th Terrace, Ocala, has had a grand reopening. “In addition to delivering daily very low rates and a wide assortment of necessities, the renovated retail outlet will now include $1.00 Dollar Tree items, extra freezers and coolers and an expanded selection of foods, magnificence and necessities, home items, and seasonal things,” the shop said in a information launch.

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