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Pinellas County Extension offers online classes to help in tough financial times

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Online classes will help with money struggles

The Pinellas County Extension Center is offering online classes that could help those in financial trouble.

Solutions in 30 has four classes: today's is Managing Stress in Tough Times; June 10, Managing Money in Tough Times; June 17, In Debt? Tips for Getting in the Black; and June 24, Saving Money by Going Green.

For information or to register, go to www.pinellascounty extension.org, click on "Online Class Registration" and click on "Solutions in 30" or call (727) 582-2100. Classes are held at various times.

Pinellas Park

Free hurricane expo is set for Saturday

The city of Pinellas Park is holding a Hurricane Expo from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. N.

The event is free. For information, call Calvert Productions at (727) 825-0018, the event line at (727) 541-0895 or go to www.webtradeshows.com.

St. Petersburg

Women's group will offer networking

Business and Professional Women of St. Petersburg-Pinellas will meet Thursday at Gratzzi restaurant, 199 Second Ave. N, in BayWalk. Come for networking at 11:30 a.m. and stay for the noon meeting. Reserve a spot by calling (727) 526-2910 or by e-mailing RSVP@BPWStPetePinellas.org. Visit bpwstpetepinellas.org for more information.

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 by jpeg file.

Pinellas County Extension offers online classes to help in tough financial times 06/02/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 2, 2009 1:05pm]
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