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Briefs: Cultural groups invited to apply for grants


Grant applications

available for groups

The Arts Council of Hillsborough County 2008-09 Cultural Development Applications and Guidelines are available by visiting the Web site Funding is awarded to not-for-profit, tax exempt organizations that provide cultural programming in Hillsborough County. The deadline is Aug. 8. An early review of the application can be scheduled any time before July 18. For more information, call Jenny Carey at 276-8250.

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Seminar to teach how

defibrillators are used

The American Red Cross Chapter offers a free Automated External Defibrillators Seminar at noon June 6 at the American Red Cross Headquarters, 3310 W Main St. AEDs are portable electronic devices used to stop cardiac arrest. They can be found in airports, shopping malls, and places of business. Anyone can learn to use the device. To register, call 348-4820 or e-mail


Ocean-to-gulf ride will

honor bike crash victim

Bicyclist Alan Snel of Seminole Heights will go on a 170-mile bike ride from the Atlantic Ocean in Vero Beach to the Gulf of Mexico in Clearwater Beach on Sunday. The one-day ride will honor the life of the late Bill Fox of New York, who died in a bicycle accident on June 1, 2002. Fox inspired others to ride bikes for health reasons and as a means of transportation. Snel is co-founder of the Seminole Heights Bicycle Club.

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Rep. Castor to address

Women Voters League

U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor will discuss her term during the League of Women Voters' annual meeting Saturday at LifeLink Foundation, fourth floor, 409 Bayshore Blvd. Registration is at 8:30 and breakfast is at 9. Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for guests. To RSVP, contact Heidi Grogan at 253-2640, ext. 1216 or e-mail

Briefs: Cultural groups invited to apply for grants 05/29/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 3:11pm]
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