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Central Pasco Youth Soccer Association has tryouts May 26-June 1 in Land O'Lakes

Land O'Lakes

Tryouts scheduled for youth soccer league

Central Pasco Youth Soccer Association will have soccer tryouts on May 26 through June 1 at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Center, Collier Parkway Fields, 3032 Collier Parkway.

Check the Web site at www.cpusasoccer.com for specifics on age groups and times.

For additional questions, e-mail the association at info@cpusasoccer.com or call (813) 948-0320.

Wesley Chapel

Support your favorite honorary candidate

Upcoming events for the Wesley Chapel Honorary Mayor's race:

• Joanne De Lessio: 5 p.m. Friday, Night at the Races with horse betting, best derby hat competition, raffles and mint juleps at Barnies, 1900 Oak Grove Blvd., Lutz. Call (813) 298-7297;

• Theresa Jacobs: In May, she will have a fashion show, with wine and appetizers at the Olive Garden restaurant. Call (813) 362-5361 for date, time and location;

• Carol Goebel: Noon May 17. Spring Fling — Hearty High Tea at Maggie's Tea Room and Miracle's Gift Shop, 10335 Cross Creek Blvd., Suite 8. Call (813) 447-0781; and

• Darlene Reed: 5:30 p.m. Friday, Facets of a Women's Life/Fashion Show at Shapes on State Road 56. Call (813) 907-2266.

Chamber's orientation is set for Tuesday

The Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will have a membership orientation at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the chamber office. Call (813) 994-8534.

Student Pride Awards take place May 6

The Student Pride Awards Breakfast is scheduled for May 6.

Call Sheri Goldberg, executive director, at the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce at (813) 994-8534 for more information.

Please send any Central and East Pasco briefs, 10 days in advance, to Michelle Jones at mjones721@tampabay.rr.com or fax to (813) 684-2457 or mail to P.O. Box 558, Valrico, FL 33595. She can be reached at (813) 685-2200.

Central Pasco Youth Soccer Association has tryouts May 26-June 1 in Land O'Lakes 04/25/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 25, 2009 11:48am]
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