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St. Anthony's Foundation seeks award nominees

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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 to be presented at its annual Legacy Dinner on Feb. 20. Go to stanthonysfoundation.org for details and nomination forms. The deadline is Jan. 10.

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Pinellas County's Queen's Court is accepting nominations for outstanding female volunteers. Submissions must be sponsored by guilds, auxiliaries or other nonprofits. For an application, call (727) 822-7571. The deadline is Friday.

The court also is accepting applications from Pinellas charities to receive grants for the 2015 event. Call (727) 894-7543. That deadline is March 1.

The 56th annual Queen of Hearts Ball on Feb. 22 benefits the Abilities Foundation, Academy Prep Center of St. Petersburg and Daystar Life Center.

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The Junior League of St. Petersburg will present a nonpartisan Mayoral Ball honoring city leaders past and present beginning at 6 p.m. Jan. 10 in the Mahaffey Theater at the Duke Energy Center for the Arts, 400 First St. S. Proceeds will benefit the league's community projects and St. Pete's Promise, a city mentoring and scholarship program. The Wizard of Oz-themed event is black-tie optional. Individual tickets $150 (seated dinner, fireworks, dessert, dancing). On the Green tickets $25 (dessert, fireworks, dancing). jlstpete.org/mayoralball

Seeking nominations for recognition

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 to be presented at its annual Legacy Dinner on Feb. 20. Visit stanthonysfoundation.org for details and nomination forms. The deadline is Jan. 10.

Queen's Court news

Pinellas County's Queen's Court is accepting nominations for outstanding female volunteers. Submissions must be sponsored by guilds, auxiliaries or other nonprofits. For an application, call (727) 822-7571. The deadline is Friday.

The court also is accepting applications from Pinellas charities to receive grants for the 2015 event. Call (727) 894-7543. That deadline is March 1.

The 56th annual Queen of Hearts Ball on Feb. 22 benefits the Abilities Foundation, Academy Prep Center of St. Petersburg and Daystar Life Center.

Mayoral Ball Jan. 10

The Junior League of St. Petersburg will present a nonpartisan Mayoral Ball honoring city leaders past and present beginning at 6 p.m. Jan. 10 in the Mahaffey Theater at the Duke Energy Center for the Arts, 400 First St. S. Proceeds will benefit the league's community projects and St. Pete's Promise, a city mentoring and scholarship program. The Wizard of Oz-themed event is black-tie optional. Individual tickets $150 (seated dinner, fireworks, dessert, dancing). On the Green tickets $25 (dessert, fireworks, dancing). jlstpete.org/mayoralball.

St. Anthony's Foundation seeks award nominees 12/27/13 [Last modified: Friday, December 27, 2013 2:13pm]
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