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Turkey, trimmings needed for Rosa Jackson Thanksgiving feast

St. Petersburg

Food needed for Rosa Jackson holiday feast

Plans are under way for the annual Rosa Jackson Thanksgiving Day Dinner.

Organizers need turkeys and trimmings. The event is scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 26 at the Campbell Park Recreation Center, 601 14th St. S.

For more information, call (727) 327-7496 or (727) 893-7733.

St. Petersburg

First Night seeks a range of volunteers

First Night, a community New Year's Eve celebration, needs volunteers.

As one of nearly 200 volunteers, participants will receive:

• A complimentary First Night 2010 T-shirt.

• A complimentary admission button with access to all arts and entertainment venues.

Assignments include button sales, button checker and activity assistant. Several shifts and venues are available, first come, first served. Training will be provided.

For information and to volunteer, call (727) 823-8906 or visit or e-mail [email protected]

St. Petersburg

Uhurus taking pie orders for holidays

The annual Uhuru pie sale is in full swing, and organizers are taking orders for the holidays.

An assortment of pies will be available Nov. 21 at the Saturday Morning Market. Pies also will be on sale just before Christmas. For more information, call (727) 683-9949 or visit Proceeds will support African Village Survival Initiative projects.

Turkey, trimmings needed for Rosa Jackson Thanksgiving feast 11/14/09 [Last modified: Saturday, November 14, 2009 3:30am]
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