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The Tampa Bay social scene, June 14 and looking ahead

Rays on the Runway

Wives of the Tampa Bay Rays will present the seventh annual "Rays on the Runway" fashion show beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the St. Petersburg Marriott Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Blvd. The event features clothing from Saks Fifth Avenue, a cocktail reception and opportunities to meet Rays players. General admission is $125 adults, $75 children 17 and younger; patron is $250 adults, $125 children 17 and younger (includes reserved runway seating and baseball for autographs). childrensdreamfund.org/events.

Rays Lunch

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast will host the third annual Tampa Bay Rays Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the group's headquarters, 7790 61st St. N, Pinellas Park. The event is part of a nationwide focus on positive adult mentors and will feature Rays players, media personalities and management. $50. bgcsun.org. (727) 638-5181.

Mixer with a heart

Girl's Night to Give will present a casual evening of caring, sipping and sampling to benefit the Heart Gallery of Pinellas & Pasco beginning at 6:30 p.m. June 21 at the Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S, St. Petersburg. $35. Reservations accepted through Friday. mfetter@clwrg.com; (727) 480-4560.

The 16th annual St. Pete Times Social Calendar will publish in September. Please submit details of parties and charity benefits, including sponsoring organization, date, time, venue (with street address), admission price and publishable contact information.The deadline is July 31. Email details to mjpark@tampabay.com (subject line: SOCIAL CALENDAR) or send to Social Calendar, Tampa Bay Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731.

The Tampa Bay social scene, June 14 and looking ahead 06/09/12 [Last modified: Saturday, June 9, 2012 4:30am]
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