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Book a TradeWinds resorts room and help All Children's Hospital

St. Pete Beach

Book a room, help a hospital in November

TradeWinds Island Resorts is offering $50 room rates from Nov. 20-30 in a "Give Thanks and Give Back" campaign to help All Children's Hospital.

The TradeWinds Island Resorts includes the Island Grand Resort and the Sandpiper Hotel and Suites. Seventy percent, or $35, from each room booked in the promotion will go to All Children's.

Reserve your night by calling toll-free, 1-888-377-0026. Refer to the "Give Thanks and Give Back" rate.

TradeWinds is at 5500 Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete Beach.

St. Petersburg

'Pelicans on Parade' through downtown

The PinkCricket Center for Arts Education presents "Pelicans on Parade" at downtown businesses.

The 18 fiberglass pelicans have a wingspan of more than 6 feet, and each one has been painted to be unique. Local businesses and organizations are hosting the pelicans throughout the week.

On Saturday, the pelicans will be displayed at St. Pete Clay Co.'s annual Oktoberbest. The pelicans will be auctioned off, and proceeds from the parade and auction benefit programs at the PinkCricket Center.

For a map or locations of the Pelicans on Parade, call (727) 823-7465. For more information about the PinkCricket Center for Arts Education, visit thepinkcricket.org.

News of businesses and business people can be faxed to (727) 893-8675, e-mailed to neighborhood@sptimes.com or mailed to Neighborhood Times, 490 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Photos can be mailed or e-mailed as jpegs.

Book a TradeWinds resorts room and help All Children's Hospital 10/06/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 6, 2009 4:30pm]
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