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Film about charitable Valrico boy will screen at Indianapolis festival

WFLZ-93.3 FM has remixed Patrick Stump's hit This City into a spirited salute to Tampa Bay.

It might strike some as cheesy, but we can use a little civic pride right about now. Search This City Tampa Bay on YouTube.com. ...

Less than a decade after we first learned of Zach Bonner and his Little Red Wagon Foundation, a feature film debuts about the Valrico child who started his own nonprofit at the age of 7.

Little Red Wagon will be screened at the Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis Saturday. Chandler Canterbury (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) portrays Zach. ...

Underwear drive. Sure, it sounds kind of funny, but Pinellas-based Clothes To Kids distributes 75,000 pairs a year to low-income students. At an average cost of $1.25 per pair, it's a big expense for the nonprofit.

Visit www.clothestokids.org for more information. ...

Seen on Facebook: A Clean House Is The Sign Of A Broken Computer. ...

Tyrone Keys, executive director of All Sports Community Service Foundation, joined fellow teammates from the 1985 Chicago Bears team for a visit to the White House last week. Unlike many of those players, however, it wasn't the first visit for Keys. George W. Bush honored Keys with a White House invitation because of philanthropic work. All Sports has helped more than 1,000 kids realize their dreams of attending college. ...

Trombone Shorty brings superb musical skills and, as evidenced by his appearance on ESPN's SportsCenter last week, broad appeal to the Clearwater Jazz Holiday. He plays at 8:30 tonight in Coachman Park. ...

I'm serving as emcee for the SPCA Pet Parade Saturday morning at Straub Park. Newly formed Occupy St. Petersburg also plans to be at the park, but I'm not worried. Everybody loves cute animals all dolled up. …

That's all I'm saying.

Film about charitable Valrico boy will screen at Indianapolis festival 10/12/11 [Last modified: Thursday, October 13, 2011 12:05am]

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