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Jazz Holiday seeks volunteers for four-day festival

CLEARWATER

Calling all volunteers for Jazz Holiday

Organizers of the 29th annual Clearwater Jazz Holiday are looking for volunteers to help with every aspect of the four-day free music event slated for Oct. 16-19. Jobs include selling merchandise, pouring beer and wine, distributing soft drinks and water and checking IDs. If you have carpentry, electrical, plumbing or handyman skills, your help is requested in the site services building along with tearing down the event infrastructure. Sign up online at www.clearwater jazz.com and click on volunteers or call the Jazz Holiday office at (727) 461-5200 and ask for a registration form.

LARGO

See solar power at work Saturday

As part of a national project sponsored by the American Solar Energy Society, Solar Source, a business in Largo will hold a public tour on Saturday. A walkthrough of the facility will provide a chance for people to see solar power at work. Solar Source sells photovoltaic systems (electricity generating solar panels), domestic hot water, pool and attic fan solar systems. The 30-minute tours are between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Solar Source's headquarters, 10840 Endeavour Way, Largo. Registration requested. Call Erik Walsh, (727) 572-4247 or e-mail info@solarsource.net.

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Pinellas deaths

Arriaga, Jose

Carson, Beverly

Crossland, Robert D. "Bob"

Dinegar, Jean M.

Howard, Rachel C.

Navin-Scott, Ethel H.

Nottke, Bruce A.

Olsen, Constance C. "Connie"

Panco, Joseph H.

Pensinger, Gerald Kenneth

Thompson, Robert W.

Valentine, Judith A.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

Jazz Holiday seeks volunteers for four-day festival 10/01/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 2:24pm]
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