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Briefs: Two groups will dedicate tutorial program Tuesday

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Two groups will dedicate tutorial program Tuesday

Two local community-based organizations, the NAACP and Eta Rho Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, will dedicate a state-of-the-art after-school tutorial program Tuesday. The program will feature new computers in a modernized reading environment. The program was made possible through a $25,000 grant from UPS.

The after-school program will be open to all school-age children. The event is open to the public and is 3 to 4 p.m. at the NAACP branch office, 1501 16th St. S.


City seeks artists, vendors for festival

The city of Gulfport seeks artists and food and craft vendors for the first 49th St. S Blues Festival. The festival is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 27 along the Tangerine Greenway at 18th Avenue S between 49th and 54th streets. The Leisure Services Department will accept applications until Sept. 19. To obtain a vendor package application, visit, click on City Events Calendar, then on Events. For additional information, contact Gail Biron at 893-1118 or by e-mail at


Kuttler to speak at museum fundraiser

St. Petersburg College president Carl M. Kuttler Jr. will be the guest of honor at Saturday's fundraising dinner for the St. Petersburg Museum of History. The event is 6 to 10 p.m. at the Rutland-Farley Estate, 5030 Sunrise Drive S., St. Petersburg.

Admission is $100. For information, call 894-1052, ext. 200, or visit


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