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Wesley Chapel Holiday Festival in the Park is Dec. 6

Wesley Chapel

Holiday Festival offers kid fun, contests, cheer

The Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce second annual Holiday Festival in the Park is scheduled for 4 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Wesley Chapel Regional Park at Boyette and Overpass roads. There will be a Christmas tree lighting, free hot dogs and chips, "It's a Magical Christmas" children's parade, bounce house, coloring contest, musical performances, Santa Claus on a fire truck and pictures with Santa. Children are invited to dress up or decorate their bike, wagon or stroller for the parade. Prizes will be awarded in categories including holiday spirit, elfin magic, knock your stockings off and jingle bell rock. Donations of new, unwrapped gifts will be collected for Toys for Tots and Trinkets for Teens. Vendors should decorate their booths or tents with a magical Christmas theme. Call (813) 994-8534.

Port Richey

Salvation Army needs food, money

The Salvation Army Center of Hope, 8040 Washington St., 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 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (727) 847-6321.

Pasco deaths

Gemelli, Anna Nancy

Jusino, Heroilda "Hilda"

Lombardo, Capt. Stephen W.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

Wesley Chapel Holiday Festival in the Park is Dec. 6 11/16/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 4, 2010 9:51am]
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