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Largo recycling program is seeking volunteers for Green Team

Green Team volunteers will promote recycling

You can help the community and the environment at the same time by becoming a member of Largo's Green Team. Green Team volunteers will be trained on Largo's recycling program.

Volunteers will encourage residents and businesses to take advantage of free curbside and select commercial recycling opportunities. Neighborhood ambassadors for recycling, presenters for educational events and business partner recruitment volunteers are needed.

Volunteers, who must be 16 or older, will learn the resources that Largo provides to make recycling convenient and effective. The minimum time required is three hours a month.

For information, call Marissa Segundo (727) 586-7424 or visit

Baptist church offering English classes in fall

First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks, 12685 Ulmerton Road, Largo, is offering "Fall English as a Second Language'' classes for all ages. Registration will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sept. 14 in the Smiley's building, front entrance of the church campus. The classes will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday and Wednesday nights. Child care is provided on Wednesday nights. An advanced ESL class is available by arrangement. For information, call Patricia Webster (727) 461-7419.

Lessons teach children fundamentals of golf

Largo is offering youth golf lessons at the Bayhead Complex, 375 Seminole Blvd. Sessions are at 6:30 p.m. Mondays, Aug. 10-31, for children ages 5-14. Each child will be introduced to the fundamentals of the sport. The fee includes a coupon for a nine-hole round of golf, but the child must be accompanied by a paying adult. Lessons are $25 for Largo residents and $31.25 for nonresidents. Call (727) 518-3022.

Largo recycling program is seeking volunteers for Green Team 08/04/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 4, 2009 5:07pm]
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