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Bayside West's annual neighborhood yard sale is Saturday

Bayside West

Annual neighborhood yard sale is Saturday

Bayside West Neighborhood Association is having its fifth annual neighborhood yard sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the homes within the boundaries of W Euclid and S Manhattan avenues, Gandy Boulevard and Tampa Bay. Call (813) 507-9664.

Dana Shores

Stress reduction through healing arts

Learn meditation to reduce stress during an Emei Qigong healing arts seminar, 9 a.m. Saturday at Egypt Shriners Activities Building, 4050 Dana Shores Drive. Emei Qigong is a zen-based approach to physical and emotional health. $60. Call (813) 442-9734.

East Tampa Business & Civic

Learn how to draw portraits with pencils

Ronnie Moorer will give an art lesson on portrait drawing with pencils, from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday at College Hill Branch Library, 2607 E Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Free. Call (813) 273-3652.

New Tampa

Lung cancer education seminar in Spanish

Moffit Cancer Center presents the free program, "¡Salud! Serie de charlas," delivered entirely in Spanish to raise awareness and educate the Latino community on lung cancer, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Ted and Mary Couch Auditorium at Vincent A. Stabile Research Building, 12902 Magnolia Drive. Lunch provided; parking and door prizes included. To register, call (813) 745-8701.

Hillsborough

Comments sought on judicial applicants

The 13th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is seeking comments from the public and members of the bench and bar about the qualifications of these applicants for one Hillsborough County Court judicial vacancy: Lawrence Anzalone, Robert Bauman, Sarah Finnegan, Gina Girardot, Jack Gutman, Matthew Jowanna, Laurel Moore Lee, Troy Lovell, Judge Matthew Lucas, Joseph Ludovici, Judge Nick Nazaretian, Kimberly Potter, Ryan Rodems, Michael Schmid, Kim Seace, Christopher Shulman, Mary Lou Cuellar-Stilo, Rick Terrana, John Terry, Kimberly Thresher, Wesley Tibbals, Mario Torres, Judge Richard Weis. Send comments by Monday to Edward W. Gerecke, Chairman, 13th Judicial Nominating Commission, 4221 W Boy Scout Blvd., Suite 1000, Tampa, FL 33607.

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