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Lacrosse club registering players for new season


Lacrosse club now registering players

Have a budding lacrosse player itching for a place to play?

The Fish Hawk Lacrosse Club offers lacrosse instruction for students in middle school and high school. The club competes in the West Florida Lacrosse League.

There are separate teams for boys and girls.

The next season kicks off in January, and registration is available now. Fees range from $125 to $225 for the season and include equipment and instruction.

Practices and home games are at Pinecrest Elementary, 7950 Lithia Pinecrest Road.


Pie certificates benefit elementary school PTA

Boyette Springs Elementary PTA has several activities this month and next. Parents and students are invited to a general meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at the school, 10141 Sedgebrook Drive.

Village Inn Pie Certificates are for sale for $10 each through Nov. 15. The PTA gets $3 for each certificate sold.

Certificates can be redeemed at any Village Inn.

Vendors and crafters are wanted for the school's Winter Festival on Dec. 6.

E-mail for more information.

Lacrosse club registering players for new season 11/06/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 4, 2010 8:59am]
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