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Woodstock event to feature art from the Who's John Entwistle


Woodstock event to have art from Who's Entwistle

Push Ultra Lounge will host a 40th Woodstock Anniversary Celebration in partnership with "Classic Rock Cares" at 6 p.m. today. The event will feature artwork by John Entwistle, a former member of the Who. Proceeds from sales will benefit the John Entwistle Foundation.

The celebration includes a live performance from the John Entwistle Foundation Band, which continues his legacy through live performance. The concert begins at 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Push Ultra Lounge is at 128 Third St. S, St. Petersburg. Call (727) 871-7874.


Volunteers sought to help with tax forms

United Way of Tampa Bay needs volunteers to help prepare tax returns for low-income Pinellas and Hillsborough county residents from January through April. No experience is necessary. Volunteers will receive free training during September, October and November. Requirements include basic computer skills, a desire to help low-income families and work with people from varied backgrounds, and a commitment of two to four hours per week at a designated location. Bilingual volunteers are needed. In Pinellas, contact Cherin Stover at (727) 328-0618 or e-mail


Save Our Strays seeks foster homes

Save Our Strays Inc., a nonprofit, no-kill organization in Pinellas County, needs more foster homes to effectively accommodate more cats, especially bottle babies, mama cats with kittens and adult cats. Call (727) 481-5262.

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