LOVER’S OAK EVENT: A donation to Historic Lake Inc. will get you a portrait under the slated-for-removal “Lover’s Oak” (background) at the south end of Lake Morton or even a piece of the sprawling tree. The event is scheduled for 3-6 p.m. Saturday.

COUNTRY SOUNDS: A void in the country music nightlife scene will be filled when Pensacola’s Wild Greg Saloon (websiteexpands to the north Lakeland storefront that once held Boots ‘N Buckles Saloon.

CLUBHOUSE ROAD: Sept. 19 is the day county commissioners will take public comment and vote on a plan to set up a special taxing district to pay for street lights on Clubhouse Road. Installing and maintaining the lights will cost roughly 2,000 area homeowners about $17 a year for the first 10 years and about $8 a year after that.

Source: The Ledger

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