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Adult Mud Wars event is Saturday at Spa Beach

St. Petersburg

Looking for fun Saturday? Here's mud in your eye

Join in the fun at the Adult Mud Wars at 11 a.m. Saturday at Spa Beach, 615 Second Ave. N.

Participants should plan to get down and dirty at this adults-only event, which includes eight events, such as a ball crawl, football, tug-of-war, jousting, Belly Bumpers and an obstacle course, all in sloppy mud. The mud pit is created with 5,000 bags of sand, 10 eight-ton dump trucks of soil and water from eight firehoses. Teams of eight to 10 must have no fewer than three to four women. Participants must be 18 or older. The cost is $350 per team. For more information or to sign up a team, call toll-free 1-877-820-2582 or visit tampabayclubsport.com.

Tampa Bay Area

Job, career fair Monday at Forum

Need a job? Come out to the Tampa Bay Job and Career Fair at 11 a.m. Monday at the St. Pete Times Forum, 401 Channelside Drive, Tampa.

Meet with representatives from local companies that have immediate positions available for entry-level, skilled trade, health care and top managerial positions.

Area schools will promote continuing education for career development. Bring resumes. Free. Call (813) 301-6500.

Countywide

Poll workers sought for 2 election dates

Poll workers are needed for the Aug. 24 primary and November general election. A countywide election requires about 2,600 poll workers, openings are available countywide. To find out if you qualify, e-mail pollworker@votepinellas.com, call (727) 464-6110, or visit vote pinellas.com and click on "Poll Worker Information."

Adult Mud Wars event is Saturday at Spa Beach 07/17/10 [Last modified: Friday, July 16, 2010 3:17pm]
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