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St. Petersburg Bar Foundation presents 'An Evening with the Rays'

St. Petersburg

Bar foundation presents night with the Rays

The St. Petersburg Bar Foundation will present "An Evening with the Rays," a fundraiser for its charitable causes, on Friday. Includes group seating in the Corona Beach Bar at Tropicana Field, unlimited food and soft drinks, and Rays autographed memorabilia. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Game time (Tampa Bay Rays vs. Chicago White Sox) is 7:10 p.m. $100. Make checks payable to St. Petersburg Bar Foundation, 4701 Central Ave., Suite B, St. Petersburg, FL 33713.

Pinellas Park

School masquerade ball is Friday night

The Classical Christian School for the Arts in Pinellas Park will present its annual Masquerade Ball and dinner from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4981 78th Ave. N. State Rep. Bill Heller will be the keynote speaker, and golfer Brittany Lincicome will make a special appearance. $50. (727) 547-6820 or (727) 542-4755.

Social Calendar

Time to send items

Neighborhood Times' 14th annual social calendar is scheduled to publish Sept. 12. The deadline for submissions is July 30. Include sponsoring organization, date, time, venue (with street address), ticket price and a publishable contact telephone number and/or an e-mail or Web address. Send to Mary Jane Park at (subject line: SOCIAL CALENDAR) or mail to her at 490 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701.

St. Petersburg Bar Foundation presents 'An Evening with the Rays' 05/22/10 [Last modified: Thursday, May 20, 2010 3:45pm]
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