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North Pinellas club news for Jan. 1

From left, Eagle Scout Trevor J. Case, 16, and his brother, Life Scout Stuart J. Case, 12, display certificates and patches presented by Art Hays of the Sons of the American Revolution.

Courtesy of Richard Case

From left, Eagle Scout Trevor J. Case, 16, and his brother, Life Scout Stuart J. Case, 12, display certificates and patches presented by Art Hays of the Sons of the American Revolution.

Eagle Scout Trevor J. Case and his younger brother, Life Scout Stuart J. Case, were recognized by Compatriot Art Hays of the Clearwater Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution for completing the organization's requirements for the Boy Scout Path to the SAR Eagle Scout scholarship program.

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The brothers were presented with a Certificate of Recognition for their achievement and an SAR-BSA Partnership for Good Citizenship patch at the Court of Honor awards ceremony for Troop 26, which took place Dec. 17 at Palm Harbor United Methodist Church.

Requirements include the completion of the BSA American heritage, genealogy and law merit badges. Scouts earning these merit badges are given special consideration by the SAR when they attain the rank of Eagle and qualify to apply for the SAR Eagle Scout scholarship.

Trevor, 16, a junior at Palm Harbor University High School, and 12-year-old Stuart, a seventh-grader at Guardian Angels Catholic School in Clearwater, are the sons of Richard and Pamela Case of Palm Harbor.

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The Clearwater Civitan Club is looking for new members. Part of Civitan International for 62 years, the local club is recruiting persons at least 18 years of age interested in volunteering to help others, either in group projects or as individuals.

Fundraisers include year-round coin and candy box placement and servicing, two garage sales a year, and Claxton fruitcake sales and delivery in November and December. Proceeds help support the club's various projects and its scholarship program.

Other activities include the delivery of a "Welcome Back" breakfast for teachers and staff at two local schools, participation in "Paint Your Heart Out Safety Harbor," celebration of Clergy Week and Law Week, helping out at the Challenger Division of the Clearwater Little League games from February to April, and the sponsorship of a Little League team.

The club also makes a difference worldwide with its support of the Civitan International Research Center, an interdisciplinary center focusing on the development of the mind-brain, located in the Medical Center of the University of Alabama.

The Clearwater Civitan Club meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of every month in the Adult Education Building, Room 12, Heritage United Methodist Church, 2680 Landmark Drive, Clearwater.

For more information, call Fred at (727) 584-0461, Ron and Sue at (727) 726-6410, or Earle at (727) 786-4535.

Mail club news to Tampa Bay Times, 1130 Cleveland St., Suite 100-A, Clearwater, FL 33755; fax to (727) 445-4119; or email

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