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It's not too late to recycle that old phone book


It's not too late to recycle that old phone book

If you missed the phone book recycling drives at various Home Depot and Publix locations on Saturday, don't worry. The following locations are collecting old phone books all week for the RESORCE recycling club:

• Pampered Plumber at 10720 State Road 54, Suite 101, at the corner of Duck Slough in Trinity (get a $50-off coupon).

• Stop-n-Play at 10933 U.S. 19 in Port Richey (get two free tokens per phone book).

• Shady Hills Community Center at 15840 Green Glen Lane in Shady Hills. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday.

• Verizon store at Gulf View Square mall on U.S. 19 in Port Richey.

• CARES Elfers Senior Center at 4137 Barker St. in Elfers.

RESORCE collected 3 tons of phone books last year and hopes to gather 5 tons this year. Call the club at (727) 869-2881 or visit


Mark the FBI's 100th anniversary

The Hudson Regional Library at 8012 Library Road invites all to celebrate 100 years of the FBI at 6:30 p.m. today. FBI Special Agent Brian Chianella of the Tampa FBI Special Weapons and Tactics team will discuss how the FBI uses forensic science to capture criminals and solve crimes. FBI equipment will be on display. For information, call the library at (727) 861-3040.


Ybor history on meeting agenda

The Pasco County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Friday at the American Legion Hall, 37745 Church Ave. in Dade City. Emmett Clary will make a presentation on the history of Ybor City. He is a past director and present volunteer with the Ybor City State Museum. A covered dish dinner precedes the program. Participants are asked to bring a dish to share, table service and a drink. Call Eddie Herrmann at (352) 567-2050 or Glen Thompson at (352) 567-7449.


SPCA in need of some support

The SPCA Suncoast needs donations of blankets, towels, soft dog and cat treats for training purposes, Nylabones, Kong toys and Bacon bits used to make Super Kibble for Open Paw. The shelter at 7734 Congress St. is open from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Sunday. You can also volunteer your time or professional services, contribute money or sponsor or adopt a pet. Call (727) 849-1048.

Pasco deaths

Cain, Jeanne A.

Polakowski, Raymond

Spannuth, Mary

Tolbert, David

Tracey, Robert

Williams, John W.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in section B.

It's not too late to recycle that old phone book 07/13/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 3:50pm]
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