- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

July 28—Lake-Sumter State College Foundation and the college’s athletics department will host its 17th annual Athletics Golf Classic at Harbor Hills Country Club, 6538 Lake Griffin Road in Lady Lake on Sept. 18.

Golfers of all levels are welcome.

Proceeds will benefit LSSC student-athletes scholarship and the athletic program.

Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8:30.

The cost is $125 per golfer and includes a day of golf, a custom golf shirt, a goody bag and beverages and lunch catered by Harbor Hills. Space is limited.

Sponsorships are available, as well as donations of promotional items for the goody bags. Hole and tee advertising signs also are available for $100 each.

Details and registration: 352-323-3645 or 352-365-3518.

Online driver’s ed

Students can take driver’s education online through Florida Virtual School and earn half a class credit.

The free program includes traffic signs, traffic laws and accident avoidance. Students also gain real-world driving knowledge through road simulations.

Participants will receive the required Traffic Law and Substance Abuse and Education course waiver through the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Students must be at least 14 1/2 years old to take the class.

Participants 15 and older also may take the Florida learner’s license (permit) exam online for free or at a local DMV.

For more information or to sign up, visit flvs.net/driversed

Down on the farm

Uncle Donald’s Farm, 2713 Griffin Ave., north of Lady Lake, is offering its “spend a day at the farm” for children ages 6 to 14 from 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. each Wednesday through Aug. 12.

Children can participate in farm activities such as collecting eggs, feeding the animals and brushing the horses. Programs will include nature studies and games.

Participants need to bring a bag lunch.

Cost is $25 a child per session. Bring a sibling or friend and receive a discount.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 352-753-2882.

VPK program

Round Lake Elementary School, 31333 Round Lake Road in Mount Dora, is accepting applications for 2015-16 voluntary pre-kindergarten. For more information, call 352-385-4399 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.

Bricks for a cause

People may contribute to the Cooper Memorial Library at Lake-Sumter State College’s South Lake campus in Clermont by purchasing a commemorative engraved brick.

The LSSC Foundation is offering the bricks, which will enhance a walkway leading to the library.

Bricks can be purchased for $50 each, which includes three lines of text.

Proceeds from the brick sale will be used to fund library programs.

To reserve a brick or for an order form, go to lssc.edu/foundation, click on “Ways to Give” and then “Commemorative Bricks” or call 352-365-3518.

The LSSC Foundation also is offering commemorative bricks for the Leesburg campus to support the college’s alumni association. The engraved bricks will enhance a walkway leading to the sundial area.

Bricks can be purchased for $50 each, which includes three lines of text.

Proceeds from the brick sale will be used to fund a variety of programs and events for the alumni association. To reserve a brick, call 352-365-3539.

Golf discount

Harbor Hills Country Club, 6538 Lake Griffin Road in Lady Lake, is offering a golf discount to Lake County school faculty and staff.

The offer includes a round of golf for $25 including cart fee for any day of the week through Aug. 31.

Identification for faculty and staff is required at check in.

For more information, call the pro shop at 352-753-7711.

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