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Pasco briefs: Salvation Army needs food donations

PORT RICHEY

Food bank needs donations to help out

The Salvation Army Center of Hope, 8040 Washington St., Port Richey is very low on staple items, including baby food, canned vegetables, canned meat, soup, peanut butter, rice and pasta. Dry foods including potatoes, rice, powdered milk, cereal and oatmeal are also needed.

Food or monetary donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Call (727) 847-6321.

Land O'Lakes

Central Pasco Chamber sets meet

The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce general membership meeting is at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 12 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 20735 Leonard Road.

Louis Piche, of Florida Crime Prevention, will speak on several topics including how a cell phone can save your life, what time of day do most burglaries occur and what targets you as a potential victim?

Cost is $10 for chamber members who R.S.V.P. or $13 at the door.

Call (813) 909-2722 by Nov. 10.

Holiday

Dine, dance on Fridays at K of C

Knights of Columbus Father Farrell Council 6476, offers a dinner dance with dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. and dancing from 7 to 10 p.m. every Friday in the Family Life Center at the St. Vincent De Paul Church, 4843 Mile Stretch Road in Holiday.

This Friday, Sound Inc. will entertain. Dinner and dance is $11; the dance only is $5.

Call (727) 934-8025.

Pasco briefs: Salvation Army needs food donations 11/01/08 [Last modified: Saturday, November 1, 2008 4:31am]
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