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By Time Staff Writer
Published January 29, 2008
Golf Course, country club close to sale
The Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club is close to getting new owners. Lake Jovita Joint Venture announced in an e-mail to residents last month that it had executed a purchase and sales agreement with Dennis and Sun Ok Lee, who own and operate four golf courses, including Diamond Hill Golf Club in Dover. The sale is set to close by Thursday. No sale price was given. "The Lees expect that the Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club will remain semi-private and intend to continue a strong commitment to the membership," Lake Jovita Joint Venture told residents last month. This transaction is only for the two 18-hole championship courses and clubhouse.
Former Buc to speak at school
Lee Roy Selmon, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers star and University of South Florida athletic director, will give the keynote speech at the Pasco school district's annual community event at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Wesley Chapel High School performing arts center. District officials also will unveil a new five-year strategic plan, and participants will work in small groups to discuss implementing the strategies in the schools. The event is free and open to the public.
The Feb. 16 show at the Palmwood Pavilion at the Spring Hill Civic Association will be Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters (Money Honey, Honey Love, Fools Fall in Love). Tickets will be $15 in advance, $20 at the gate, plus $5 to add a meet-and-greet afterward. Call (352) 666-4746. Because of incorrect information given to the Times, a different group and price were listed in a column Saturday.