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Bring a tale to share with storytellers guild

PINELLAS PARK

Head to Park Station to swap stories, share some tales

The Tampa Bay Storytellers Guild-Story Swap takes place in Pinellas Park the fourth Sunday of every month. Come and hear some tall tales and interesting yarns. The Story Swap is free and open to anyone who wants to listen or come and share a story.

When: 3 p.m. Sunday

Where: Park Station, 5851 Park Blvd.

Info: Call Billie Noakes, 647-8057.

Pinellas Park Library community programs

The Pinellas Park Public Library offers a variety of free programs and activities for the community. Offerings include weekly educational presentations covering a variety of topics ranging from world travel to pet care.

Where: 7770 52nd St. Pinellas Park

Info: Visit the library Web site at pppl.tblc.org or call 541-0716 or 541-0718 for a schedule of events.

Volunteers needed to mentor parents

Volunteers interested in mentoring parents are sought by Help a Child Inc. Parent aide volunteers are key to helping break the cycle of child abuse and neglect by working with parents in need of support and coaching. Volunteers interested in being part of the Parent Aide Program may call Pat Measel, volunteer recruiter, at 544-3900, ext. 169.

LEALMAN

Residents, come to community meeting

The Lealman Community Association meets the first Wednesday of each month. All residents and property owners in Lealman are encouraged to attend and participate.

When: 7 p.m. Aug. 6

Where: VFW Post 6827, 4145 34th St. N.

Info: Call Ray Neri, 527-5352

Service and programs available at center

The Lealman Family Center offers a variety of services and programs to families and individuals in the community, including information and referrals, emergency assistance, after-school care and homework assistance, and mobile medical services for those without health insurance. The center is at 4255 56th Ave. N; the phone number is 528-7891, or visit the Web site www.lealman familycenter.com

The Mid County Neighborhood Notebook is compiled by Times correspondent Lorrie Lykins. E-mail news for Pinellas Park, Seminole, Lealman and Kenneth City to SPTimeslistings@yahoo.com or mail it to Lorrie Lykins, Neighborhood Notebook, P.O. Box 4954, Seminole, FL 33775. Deadline for inclusion in the Wednesday Neighborhood Times is 5 p.m. the previous Friday.

Bring a tale to share with storytellers guild 07/22/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 4:35pm]
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