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Boley Centers to mark 40 years with dinner, show

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Boley Centers to mark 40 years with dinner, show

Boley Centers celebrates its 40th anniversary at a dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Victoria Maxwell will perform her one-woman show Crazy for Life. Boley is a private nonprofit agency that serves those with mental disabilities, the homeless and youth. $50. (727) 821-4819, ext. 5734.

'Purses & Passion' to celebrate mothers

"Purses & Passion," a benefit for the YWCA of Tampa Bay, will celebrate the spirit of mothers from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Palm Court Ballroom of the Renaissance Vinoy Resort, 501 Fifth Ave. NE, St. Petersburg. $50. (727) 896-4629, ext. 30;

'Value Me' luncheon is May 14 at Hilton

The Beth Dillinger Foundation presents the third annual "Value Me" Prom Magic luncheon from noon to 1:30 p.m. May 14 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Carillon, 950 Lake Carillon Drive. Reservations accepted through Tuesday. $60. (727) 347-5600.

PAL marks 50 years with Hollywood style

Hollywood 1950s style is de rigueur for the Police Athletic League of St. Petersburg's 50th anniversary gala. Mike Alstott is honorary chairman for the dinner event from 7 to 10 p.m. May 14 in the Renaissance Vinoy Resort, 501 Fifth Ave. NE. $150. (727) 895-9023.

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