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Briefs: Brandon club to hold Teen Forum minicamp

Seminars on running a small business offered

Learn more about running your own small business at a series of free monthly "Working Smarter" seminars presented by the Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce and the Hillsborough County Small Business Information Center.

Next in the series is "Business Disaster Preparation," from 10 a.m. to noon July 8 at the chamber, 330 Pauls Drive, from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. The seminars include free one-on-one followups with business counselors to assist you in starting or growing your business.

In addition, certified business counselors from the Hillsborough County Small Business Information Center are available at the Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce each Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. or by appointment.

Contact Jamie Reid at 689-1221, ext. 43, or jreid@ or the Small Business Information Center at 914-4028.


Artists invited to show work at Beaux gallery

The Beaux Arts Gallery at Winthrop Town Center is inviting artists to exhibit by consignment for its summer fine arts showcase.

The exhibition runs through August.

The gallery seeks to assist fine artists by creating a new venue that allows them to show works to collectors in a professional gallery.

The gallery is open every weekday and by appointment in the evenings and weekends. Call 685-1177 or 655-9430.


Ladies Night Out event will teach about stress

Learn about stress management and life balance at a Ladies Night Out seminar from 6 to 8 p.m. June 19 at South Florida Baptist Hospital.

Guest speakers include Jackie Whiting, a nurse practitioner at St. Joseph's Hospital, and Olan Deguzman, South Florida Baptist Hospital's Rehabilitation Services manager.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports that signs of stress in women can include heart disease, headache, sleep disorders, depression and anxiety.

Call 754-4444 for more information or to reserve a space.


Summer shows to keep

Saturdays pretty lively

Sun City Center keeps the summer hopping with a series of Saturday evening shows.

Danny and the Juniors perform June 21; Johnny Thunder, July 19; and Johnny Tillotson, Aug. 30. The entire series costs $60 a person.

Bring your own beverage and snacks. Tickets go on sale June 16. Call Judy Schings at 642-2001.


Club to hold Teen Forum minicamp

Arts and crafts, babysitting advice, dance, fitness, team building and personal safety highlight the Brandon Jr. Woman's Club annual Teen Forum "minicamp" for girls this month.

The camp, for girls ages 10 to 14, runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 16 -19 at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 818 Parsons Ave. N.

Cost is $70 if paid by Saturday, or $80 at the door. Space is limited to 75 girls. Each preregistered girl is guaranteed a T-shirt. Contact Becky Goble at 651-9333 or

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