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Tampa teens, are you looking for a summer job?

ready for the big game: Paul Morrison, 63, a 1970 USF graduate, buys six T-shirts commemorating USF’s basketball team in the March Madness tournament. Morrison traveled from Holiday to Authentic Team Merchandise in Tampa to get shirts for his co-workers. For a preview of tonight’s game, see story, 1C.

EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times

ready for the big game: Paul Morrison, 63, a 1970 USF graduate, buys six T-shirts commemorating USF’s basketball team in the March Madness tournament. Morrison traveled from Holiday to Authentic Team Merchandise in Tampa to get shirts for his co-workers. For a preview of tonight’s game, see story, 1C.

Teens, are you looking for a summer job? This expo is geared toward you

Teens looking for summer jobs will have a chance to meet potential employers today at a teen job expo from noon to 5 p.m. at the Tampa Park Community Center, 1417 Nebraska Ave. The event is open to the public and includes representatives from companies such as Metro PCS, Tampa Parks and Recreations Department, McDonald's and Molina Health Care. The job fair also will include a resume workshop with Eddy Tamayo from Keiser University. For more information, call (813) 965-7991.

Holocaust Museum director resigns

Carolyn Bass, executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum, has resigned. Bass, who submitted her resignation at the end of February, will remain in the position until her replacement is hired and through a transition period. She has headed the museum for five years but has been involved with the institution for almost two decades, starting as a volunteer and serving on the executive board and as a docent.

Pick your own Plant City strawberries

Wish Farms in Plant City is opening up its fields for its popular annual U-pick day. Food banks can pick for free if they bring their own containers, and everyone else can get a flat of strawberries for only $4. You just have to pick the berries yourself Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Redlands Christian Migrant Association. The farm is at 2600 Sparkman Road, Plant City. Call (813) 752-5111.

City hires new director of recreation, parks

Greg Bayor was most recently director of recreation and parks in Baltimore. Story, 3B.

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