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St. Petersburg Civitan Club to host awards lunch


Civitan club will hand out awards at lunch today

The St. Petersburg Civitan Club will host the 23rd Annual Awards at a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Orange Blossom Catering, 220 Fourth St. N.

Award recipients include Vincent Trubilla, police field training officer of the year; Albert Vildostegui, firefighter of the year; William Duff, fire officer of the year.

The St. Petersburg Civitan Club is the second oldest service club in the city. It helps children with disabilities through volunteer and financial support.


Men to cook aplenty for Bethel Church

St. Petersburg mayoral candidate Deveron Gibbons and St. Petersburg City Council member Wengay Newton are among the chefs at the annual Dine With Men Who Cook fundraiser for Bethel AME Church from 2:30 to 5 p.m. April 26 at Wildwood Community Center, 1000 28th St. S. Adults, $20; children ages 3-12, $10. Call (727) 867-3139 or (727) 867-2403.


Park Street manse to host benefit

The fourth annual Turn the Tables event to benefit the Celma Mastry Ovarian Cancer Foundation will be a Roaring '20s event Sunday at the home of Fazal Fazlin, 900 Park St. Food, martini tastings, a cigar bar, lawn games and a silent auction are among the features from 6 to 10 p.m. Checks ($100 per person) should be made to the CMOCF at P.O. Box 48787, St. Petersburg, FL 33743; or register online at Information: (727) 542-4245.

St. Petersburg Civitan Club to host awards lunch 04/14/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 4:27pm]
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