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Community association schedule

Neighborhood association calendar
Lealman7 p.m. todayMonthly meetingVFW Post 6827

4145 34th St. N
Ray Neri

(727) 527-5352
Pinellas Point6 p.m. todayJoin the Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association and CONA in a dialogue on policy development to improve the future of people in St. Petersburg. Agenda includes a presentation on The New Jim Crow, a book by Michelle Alexander.Quak Center for Lifelong Learning at Westminster Suncoast, 1095 Pinellas Point Drive
Historic Kenwood7 p.m. ThursdayThe agenda includes guest speaker Mark Aeling, president of the Warehouse Arts District.Hospice of the Florida Suncoast Community Service Center, 3050 First Ave.
Lakewood Estates8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Neighborhood yard sale at homes throughout the neighborhood and at the soccer fields parking lot behind Lakewood Country Club.
Euclid/St. PaulSaturdayNeighborhoodwide yard saleMap of sale participants available
Historic Kenwood8 a.m. SaturdayNeighborhoodwide yard saleMap of sale participants available
Northeast Park7 p.m. MondayMonthly meeting; guest speaker from local fire station to discuss fire safety and smoke alarms. Note that the meeting will take place at a new location this month.Northeast Park Baptist Church,

3737 First St. NE, use the rear parking lot entrance.
Historic Uptown7 p.m. TuesdayNeighborhood crime report starts at 6:30 p.m. followed by general meeting.St. Anthony's Hospital, 1200 Seventh Ave N

Park in the garage and get directions to classroom D at the information desk.
Crossroads7 p.m. TuesdayAgenda includes guest speaker Mark Douglas, investigative reporter for WFLA-TV.Community Room of the West Branch Library at St. Petersburg College, 6700 Eighth Ave. NGreg Holzwart,

(727) 345 8329
Disston Heights7 p.m. TuesdayRegular meeting; learn how urban agriculture, especially community or cooperative gardens, can bring energy to organizations and neighborhoods. Guest speaker Bill Bilodeau of the Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition will provide a presentation on cooperative urban gardens developed in St. Petersburg in the past two years.St. Petersburg Community Church,

4501 30th Ave. N
Compiled by Times correspondent Lorrie Lykins and published Wednesdays. Email events to or send to Lorrie Lykins, P.O. Box 4954, Seminole, FL 33775. Deadline is 5 p.m. Friday.

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