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Brandon Ballet has new classes; Southeast Little League has birthday


Stott Pilates, Mommy & Me start in January

Brandon Ballet is offering Stott Pilates classes at 161 E Bloomingdale Ave., Brandon. Classes begin Jan. 8 and cost $65 a month. The emphasis is on improving posture, balance and stability. Beginning Jan. 5, the dance center is also offering Mommy & Me classes for 2-year-olds to help with memorization and coordination to go along with music and dancing. For more information or to reserve a spot for either program, call (813) 684-4282.


Exhibitors needed for chamber health fair

The Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce seeks exhibitors for its 2010 Health Fair. The event is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 6 at the Campo Family YMCA, 3414 Culbreath Road, Valrico. About 1,700 people attended this year's fair, which annually features health-related industry members and free health screenings. For more information, call Crystal Colegrove at the chamber at (813) 689-1221, ext. 8824.


MVP swimmers have Blue Wave in common

Eleven swimmers recently named MVP on their high school teams come from the Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center's Blue Wave team. They include: Eddie Bandi and Erin Hofrichter (Durant), Brittany Butler and Blair Butler (Plant City), Kayley Chevalier and Matt Collins (East Bay), Jacob Bukaweski and Kati Kyle (Newsome), Allison Lehr (Bloomingdale), Elin Slaatmo and Jack Deedrick (Plant).


Get tiny tots started in recreation program

Registration for the Mango Tiny Tot program begins Monday with classes getting underway Jan. 5 at the Mango Recreation Center, 11717 Clay Pit Road, Seffner. The free social and recreational program is for kids ages 3 to 5. Classes run three days a week through May and include arts and crafts, show and tell, games, storytelling and other educational activities. Space is limited. To sign up or for more information, call (813) 635-7489.


50th anniversary for Southeast ballplayers

Southeast Little League invites former players to its 50th anniversary celebration Feb. 12 and 13 at 725 S 58th Street, Tampa. Former players can participate in a reunion ceremony, as well as an old-timers game. For more information, contact Cal Lieble at (813) 681-4233, (813) 334-8722 or

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