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Tow to Go program offers free tows, rides through holidays

Tampa Bay area

Program offers free tow, ride for big tipplers

AAA Auto Club South and Budweiser will help protect drivers on the road for Thanksgiving weekend thanks to Tow to Go, a program that provides a confidential ride home and tow, free of charge, to anyone who has had too much to drink. The service is available today through Jan. 2. Make the smart, responsible decision and call 1-800-222-4357 for a Tow to Go.


Mission will offer free holiday meals

The Suncoast Haven of Rest Rescue Mission, 5625 Park Blvd., invites Pinellas County residents to a free Thanksgiving meal at 1 p.m. Thursday and/or Friday for a delicious meal with all the trimmings. Volunteers should arrive at noon; meals will be served at 1 p.m. For more information, call (727) 545-8282.

St. Petersburg

Pilgrim Church offers Thanksgiving for all

Enjoy a free, hot, home-cooked traditional Thanksgiving meal any time between noon and 4 p.m. Thursday at Pilgrim Church in the fellowship hall, 6315 Central Ave. No RSVP is required, and there are no eligibility requirements. For more information, call (727) 347-1226.

St. Pete Beach

Come shop for deals at Corey Lights Up

Enjoy a leisurely stroll, shopping and entertainment at Corey Lights Up, beginning at 10 a.m. Friday on Corey Avenue in St. Pete Beach. More than 17 merchants will be all "decked out" and spreading the joy with great holiday sales. Free parking. For more information, call (727) 498-8778.

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