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Encore Academy at PHSC offers 'Sweet Italian Afternoon' workshop

PORT RICHEY — Encore Academy at Pasco-Hernando State College will offer "A Sweet Italian Afternoon" on Wednesday from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Sorrento's & Joseppi's, 9721 U.S. 19.

Sorrento's & Joseppi's Operations Partner Erik Landers and his Italian pastry chefs will meet with guests and discuss the old-world Italian culture while guests experience the delicious authentic tastes of Italian pastries.

Adults of all ages are welcome to register.

Cost is $12 and includes pastry with coffee or tea. Registration deadline is three days prior to the workshop start date.

To register for this and other Encore Academy workshops, call (727) 816-3439.

For updates and more information on this and other events, find the "Encore Academy at PHSC" on Facebook or visit www.phsc.edu/encore.

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Habitat for Humanity to dedicate 2 homes

Habitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco will dedicate two new homes next week, just in time for Mother's Day.

Erika Wells will have two small children in her new home on Coit Road. Her home dedication is Wednesday. Habitat is asking the public for donations of housewarming gifts, gift cards and pantry items. Army veteran Dominique Sykes, mom to a young son and a baby girl on the way, will have her new home on Jarvis Street dedicated Friday. Gift cards, pantry items as well as baby shower items are needed.

For details, visit habitatpasco.org.

Encore Academy at PHSC offers 'Sweet Italian Afternoon' workshop 04/30/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 6:52pm]
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