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Cleaning for a Reason   

If you know any woman currently undergoing Chemo, please pass the word to her that there is a cleaning service that provides FREE housecleaning - 1 time per month for 4 months while she is in treatment.  

All she has to do is sign up and have her doctor fax a note confirming the treatment. Cleaning for a Reason will have a participating maid service in her zip code area arrange for the service.  

The Central Florida Community College is proud to offer many continuing education classes right here in Citrus County.  These classes provide the residents of Citrus County with an opportunity to enhance their career, expand their knowledge, or just have a little “fun” while meeting others with the same interest.  For information, please check out our website at or call 352 249-1210

Stacey Zawacki, Continuing Education Specialist


***Community Updates and Information***

Lawn Watering Schedule and Times: Watering days and times

* For more information call the Citrus County Water Utilities Division at 527-5543 or your Water Conservation Coordinator at 527-7650.

Water Conservation Tips:


 The club meets at the Pine Ridge Community Center every second Tuesday of the month. At 6:30 p.m. there are coffee, donuts, and the opportunity to mingle with other anglers. The meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

R/C Electric Airplanes

Pine Ridge RC Electric Airplane Club

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly a radio controlled airplane?  Have you ever wondered what it would cost to get into the hobby? If so you are not alone. The Pine Ridge R/C Electric Airplane Club invites you to experience the hobby first hand.  No experience required. All you have to do is come to the Pine Ridge Flying Field on Monday, Wednesday or Friday; weather permitting, to experience the thrill of flying radio controlled airplanes at no cost or obligation. The Club can provide airplanes, radio equipment and pilot trainers to allow you to safely experience the hobby. The Club is made up of your friends and neighbors so come on out and join us. To learn more about this great hobby, you can attend our Club meetings held at 7:00 PM on the third Tuesday of each month at the Pine Ridge Community Center. For more information call Rich Davies 352-746-9223 or visit our web site at:

Volunteers are needed  for the Citrus County volunteer crime watch unit please contact:

 Capt. Stephen Wagner  at    527-0723


Please call directly to the EOC (726-1121) or to the sub-station (746-3484). 


Contact the sheriff's department at 726-1121

Stop by the Pine Ridge Office to get information on crime prevention.

Click above to visit the Citrus County Sheriff Website.


Please use the suggestion box located on the table in the entrance way to the Community Center or click on the link below to send us an email. Submit  ideas you might have that would make Pine Ridge an even better place to call home!


When using the Community Center please be sure to sign-in on the log that is on the desk in the entrance way!

The Community Center will be open for residents use on selected Saturday's during the fall and winter from 8:00am - 12:00noon and every Sunday between the hours of 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.  So come on over and play some pool or table tennis. It is also open during the regular office hours, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. (except holidays). 


2nd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Community Center

Pine Ridge Entertainment Volunteers (PREV)

Functions and fun evenings:

Anyone who wishes to help organize and help, please contact .


For residents new to Pine Ridge and those who have lived here a number of years we’d like to introduce (or reacquaint) you with the Pine Ridge Bluebird Trail. The Pine Ridge Bluebird Trail was established many years ago by several residents as a means to improve the birding population in our area, specifically, Bluebirds. At that time approximately 50 nesting boxes were hand crafted and installed in the DRA’s. You may have noticed these boxes while driving around Pine Ridge.

Currently our team of volunteer monitors, Staber Dearth, Virginia Hall and Brinda Curran are happy to report there now 82 Bluebird Nesting boxes located throughout our Drainage Retention Areas (DRAs). Over the last two months, each of these boxes have been mapped, inventoried, repaired or replaced and are now home to both the Carolina Chickadee or Eastern Bluebird. While the goal is to increase the local Bluebird populations, other cavity nesting birds tend to use these boxes as well. Tufted Titmouse, Downy Woodpeckers and even Great Crested Flycatchers to name a few.

The data gathered from monitoring these nesting boxes is being reported to The Cornell Lab of Ornithology on a continual basis using - a nationwide monitoring program designed to track status and trends in the reproductive biology of birds, including when nesting occurs, number of eggs laid, how many eggs hatch, and how many hatchlings survive. The database is intended to be used to study the current condition of breeding bird populations and how they may be changing over time as a result of climate change, habitat degradation and loss, expansion of urban areas, and the introduction of non-native plants and animals.

A big thank you goes out to everyone who helped get us this far and we ask that everyone be mindful of the nesting birds. If you have nesting boxes on your property, is a useful website for tracking your own data. You might even consider becoming a certified NestWatch volunteer and join our group.

For nesting box issues such as damaged boxes or boxes that have fallen over - anything out of the ordinary that we can correct contact us (see below). Please refrain from placing your own personal nesting boxes in the DRAs. If you live near a DRA that does not have a nesting box and you would like us to add one, let us know. Also, if you need a Bluebird nesting box for your yard, Citrus County Extension Offices located at 3650 W. Sovereign Path (352) 527-5700 has nesting boxes that are built by 4-H and are available for a $10 donation.

Thank you,

Staber Dearth =

Virginia Hall =

Brinda Curran = or 352-586-8360 (cell phone)  

Additional Information:

“Code of Conduct” -

“Nest Monitoring Protocol” -

Please contact the Sporting Health Club for your basic fitness needs a new agreement has been entered into. Contact them today to schedule your orientation. A copayment of $10.60 per member, per month of use. 

 The Sporting Health Club at 1020 NE 5th Street, Crystal River Fl  34429

Phone: 563-2249

or visit their web site below.

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