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5 Christmas Events to Enjoy This December

By David Housley
The Fall semester’s over and the holidays are fast approaching! With the temperatures finally dropping, now is the time for LakeHawks to experience the joys of Christmas. So, grab a coat, gather some friends and family, and enjoy these five holiday events this Christmas.
1.Rusty Anchor Christmas Lights Boat Cruise, Mount Dora Bundle up and join Rusty Anchor this holiday season as they cruise through Lake Dora. Passengers get to experience the beautiful light displays on the shores of Lake Dora on this hour-long boat ride. The tours run until December 30, and the boats depart at 6:00 PM and 7:30 pm. The docks are located at 400 W. 4th Ave., Mount Dora. Contact the staff at 352-383-3933.
2.45 Minute Christmas Lights CART Tour, Mount Dora Rusty Anchor offers more than boat tours! The Mount Dora Transit brings passengers through the downtown area, with more than 2 million Christmas lights to see. If that’s not enough, there’s also a singing Christmas tree! For information o…

Lakehawks Volleyball Continues in Tournament!

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Congratulations to Lakehawks volleyball for winning their first match in national tournament play! This morning, the Lakehawks defeated Oakland Community College (MI) in round two. The final score was 3-0 against the OCC Raiders.
The Lakehawks will play again today at 4:30 p.m. against Catawba Valley Community College (N.C.).  The winner of this match will continue to the 9th place match scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17 (tomorrow).
Follow along on Twitter @LakehawkSports and @LSSCedu for updates over the weekend. Game recaps are available at www.lakehawksports.com.
Let’s keep cheering on our Lakehawks!