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Broward Elementary School bazaar is Saturday

South Seminole Heights

Broward Elementary bazaar is Saturday

Kids from Broward Elementary School will hold a bazaar from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the school, 400 W Osborne Ave. The event will feature a yard sale, food and live entertainment. Proceeds benefit the school.

Northeast Macfarlane

Magnet school to host international event

MacFarlane Park Elementary Magnet School will host an international celebration from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today, 1721 N MacDill Ave. The event will feature music, dances and ethnic foods from around the world. The school emphasizes the importance of international education by offering an International Baccalaureate program. For more information, call Lynn Beer at (813) 356-1760.

East Tampa

Student art on display at Dali Museum

Artwork by Middleton High School freshmen Amber Gray, Ruth Valverde and Shamika Jones are on display at the Salvador Dali Museum, 1000 Third St. S, St. Petersburg, until March 30. The museum curators chose 92 works of art out of 300 entries with the required theme of Surrealism.

East Tampa

Program will mark Seuss' 105th birthday

Hillsborough Reads, a literacy program of the Hillsborough Education Foundation, will celebrate Dr. Seuss' 105th birthday from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at College Hill Library, 2607 E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Celebrating Dr. Seuss is open to all children and will feature volunteers dressed as Dr. Seuss characters who will read his books to the kids. Small arts and crafts projects will accompany the readings.


Tampa Prep students lauded for service

Tampa Preparatory School seniors Kelly Palmer and Mark Platau were recently honored by the 2009 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program for exemplary volunteer service. The program was created in 1995 to recognize middle and high school students for their volunteer work in the community.


Event will promote college awareness

The College Bound Teen Event is 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday in the community room of the University Area Community Center Complex, 14013 N 22nd St. University of South Florida students will promote college awareness to teens. The event will feature motivational stories, college information stations, as well as live performances and free food.

Hillsborough county

Students can win $1,000 for water PSA

The city of Tampa Water Department and Hillsborough County Water Resource Services invite Hillsborough County students in grades 9 through 12 to make a 60-second or less public service announcement addressing the importance of protecting drinking water resources and the Hillsborough River system. The grand prize is $1,000. The entry deadline is March 6. For rules and entry, visit

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