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Pinellas briefs: Student assignment plan sparks reflections

St. Petersburg

Student assignment plan sparks reflections

The Pinellas School Board approved a new student assignment plan for 2008-09.

Join local educators and students as they reflect on their experiences at a forum at 7 tonight at [email protected], 620 First Ave S.

"The ABC's of Race: A New Era of Segregation?" will be moderated by Ray Arsenault, professor of Southern history and co-director of the Florida Studies Program at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

The talk provides an opportunity for community leaders to discuss social justice., affecting our community. Reception begins at 6 p.m. Free. Reservations are required. Call 895-6620.

largoStudents of the Pinellas County Center for the Arts will present the Broadway comedy Stage Door at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday at Gibbs High School's Grande Theatre, 850 34th St. S, St. Petersburg. The play is about a group of struggling actresses who live together in a boarding house in 1930s New York City. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students. For information, call 893-5452, ext. 2031.

SPCA shelter offers free neuterings for 100 pets

February is National Spay/Neuter month. The Largo animal shelter will offer 100 free surgeries to pets of people with limited income.

The SPCA works with participating veterinarians to perform the procedure at an office near the applicant's home. Pet vaccinations and rabies shots are included.

Applicants must apply in person with a recent 1040 form by Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the SPCA, 9099 130th Ave. N.

In addition, the SPCA's year- round Fix a Pit Program offers free spaying or neutering to all pit bullterriers and pit bull mixes regardless of owner's income.

For more information, visit www.SPCATampaBay.org or call 586-3591.

Seminole

Party will benefit

All Children's Hospital

The Seminole/Largo All Children's Hospital Guild will host the first Seminole Roundup at 6 p.m. March 8 at the Seminole Recreation Center.

Enjoy dinner provided by Roadhouse Grill, line dancing, a silent auction and Texas hHold'em.

All proceeds benefit All Children's Hospital. Tickets are $30 and sold in advance. For information, contact Michelle Heim at 667-8282 or [email protected]

st. petersburg

St. Petersburg Catholic

to hold sixth Baron Gala

St. Petersburg Catholic High School will hold its sixth annual Baron Gala, "Treasures of the Sea," at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the St. John Bosco Center for the Arts, 6333 Ninth Ave. N.

Dinner will be provided by Lee Roy Selmon's. Dance to the steel drums of Joseph Braccio. Live and silent auctions will be held. Donations of items for the auctions are being accepted.

Reservations are required. Tickets are $100 per person. None will be sold at the door. Visit www.spchs.org or call 344-4065, ext. 237.

Seminole

Party will benefit

All Children's Hospital

The Seminole/Largo All Children's Hospital Guild will host the first Seminole Roundup at 6 p.m. March 8 at the Seminole Recreation Center.

Enjoy dinner provided by Roadhouse Grill, line dancing, a silent auction and Texas hold'em.

All proceeds benefit All Children's Hospital. Tickets are $30 and sold in advance. For information, contact Michelle Heim at 667-8282 or [email protected]

pinellas park

Giant yard sale

needs your stuff

Donations of items for the annual Pinellas Park Giant Yard Sale on April 5 are being accepted.

To donate or for information, call Bev Waggoner at 541-0760.

All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, to be held April 18-19.

Pinellas briefs: Student assignment plan sparks reflections 02/26/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:57am]
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