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Help PEMHS children's programs through No-Show holiday ball

donate to CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS THROUGH THE 'NO-show' NONevent

"Everybody who's anybody won't be there," the invitation from Personal Enrichment Mental Health Services Florida reads. Through Monday, the nonprofit is seeking contributions for its fourth annual nonevent, the "No-Show No Snow Holiday Ball," to benefit the charity's children's programs. Credit card gifts can be made online at pemhs.org; checks may be sent to PEMHS, 11254 58th St. N, Pinellas Park, FL 33782-2213 (Attention: Dee Cash).

Queen's Court application deadline is Jan. 4

The Queen's Court, which raises money for charities and civic organizations through its annual Queen of Hearts Ball, is accepting nominations for outstanding female volunteers who live and volunteer in the county. Submissions, which are due Jan. 4, must be sponsored by guilds, auxiliaries or other nonprofit organizations, For an application, call (727) 894-9394. The court also is accepting applications from county organizations to receive grants from the Feb. 16 event. Call (727) 458-5686 for applications. The deadline for those submissions is March 1.

St. Anthony's nominations include several awards

The St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation is accepting nominations for the Helen D. Roberts Philanthropy Award, the Roy G. Harrell Jr. Leadership Award and the Hippocrates Award. Forms are available at stanthonysfoundation.org. Call (727) 820-7895. The deadline is Dec. 31.

Bar Foundation dinner speaker is Jeff Vinik

Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik will be the keynote speaker for the St. Petersburg Bar Foundation's annual "Heroes Among Us" dinner on Jan. 5. The event, which honors Bob Byelick, Gail Moulds and Brittany Maxey, starts at 6 p.m. at the Club at Treasure Island, 400 Treasure Island Causeway. $150. (727) 823-8166.

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