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Neighborhood events

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Alligator talk: Learn about alligators and other reptiles from a park ranger at 10 a.m. and again at noon at Lettuce Lake Park, 6920 E Fletcher Ave. Meet inside the Visitor Center. On March 23 and 24 at the same times, attendees can learn about barred owls. Cost for all programs is $5 per child and one adult; $2 per vehicle park entry fee, up to eight people per car. Email Diana Kyle at kyled@hillsboroughcounty.org with the date, time, names and ages of those attending.

Grief support group: New Beginnings, an eight-week adult grief support group, begins Tuesday. 6 to 7:30 p.m., LifePath Hospice South Tampa Resource Center, 3010 W Azeele St. Free. To register, call (813) 357-5609.

Charity luncheon: The Tampa Lakes Woman's Club hosts its annual charity luncheon and card party from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 26 at University Village retirement community, 12401 N 22nd St. Among activities scheduled are card games, Scrabble, door prizes, gift baskets, a bake sale, a jewelry boutique and entertainment. All proceeds will benefit the Judeo Christian Health Clinic. A shuttle service will be available from the parking lot south of University Village. Tickets are $25. Call Dotti at (813) 961-5097 for tickets.

Women networking: Join the ladies of Women-N-Charge from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 at Pebble Creek Country Club, 10550 Regents Park Drive. The meeting includes lunch, a feature speaker and time to network. Share talents and resources and build relationships with other businesswomen. Cost is $15 for members if paid by the Tuesday before the meeting and $18 for all guests (and members paying Wednesday and after). Register at women-n-charge.com. For more information, contact Judy at (813) 600-9848 or info@women-n-charge.com.

Neighborhood events 03/16/13 [Last modified: Thursday, March 14, 2013 1:08pm]
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