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Center for the arts mounts juried show at gibbs high

This week the Pinellas County Center for the Arts at Gibbs High School will open its 22nd annual Student Juried Show featuring more than 60 works. This year's juror is Van Phrasavath, an alumnus from the PCCA Visual Arts Program and a resident architect at HOK, an architectural design firm that worked on the addition to the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts and most recently the new Salvador Dalí Museum.

An opening reception will be held Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. Student works will be displayed through Jan. 7 in Gallery 2 and Grande Theater Lobby at the school, 850 34th St. S. Gallery hours: Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

PCCA is a magnet program on the Gibbs High School campus. Roughly 500 students attend PCCA in various disciplines: visual arts, theater, musical theater, theater tech, music and dance.


PTEC open house on Thursday

The Pinellas Technical Education Center's holiday open house will be held Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Clearwater campus, 6100 154th Ave. N.

Its Interior Decorating Services program is holding its third annual holiday production and this year's theme is Decorating Through the Decades Goes "GREEN." The Interior Decorating Services program trains students to become nationally certified in the design industry as professional interior decorators.

The public is invited to come by and see this year's extravaganza featuring unique holiday displays, raffles, "green" decorating ideas and holiday snacks.

Elementary school menus

Check for changes.

Monday: Mini burgers, hot dog on bun, farmer's salad, coleslaw, baked beans, assorted fruit and juice, and whole wheat roll.

Tuesday: Roasted chicken, mac and cheese, sweet potatoes, romaine salad, mixed veggies, assorted fruit and juice, whole wheat bread, and dessert.

Wednesday: Popcorn chicken, breaded pork chopette on bun, School choice meatless entree, leafy green salad, oven fries, assorted fruit and juice, and whole wheat pretzel rod.

Thursday: Student Involvement Day. Menu to be chosen by a group of students at each school.

Friday: Pizza variety, fish sticks, tossed salad, broccoli, assorted fruit and juice, and bread basket.

Bulletin board 12/04/10 [Last modified: Saturday, December 4, 2010 3:31am]
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