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Dunedin commissioners' retreat open to the public


Commission retreat open to the public

City commissioners will hold a daylong retreat Thursday at the Dunedin Community Center, 1920 Pinehurst Road. The informal meeting — designed as a brainstorming session for commissioners — will cover items including economic development, quality of life, the city employee climate, branding and city partnerships. Set for 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., it is open to the public.

Hall of fame taking nominations

Through March 15, Dunedin's Committee On Aging is accepting nominations for new inductees to the Senior Hall of Fame. The hall of fame honors and celebrates older Dunedin residents who have donated time and abilities that significantly contribute to the community. Inductees must be 75 or older and have lived in Dunedin at least 10 years. Individual nominees, as well as couples, are accepted. Download nomination forms at and return them to the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, 301 Main St.


School registration starts on Monday

Pinellas County schools will begin registering kindergarteners and other new students for the 2013-14 school year on Monday. The district urges parents to register children by June 6. For more information, visit the Pinellas County school district's website,, or call (727) 588-6210.


School open house planned March 8

St. Cecelia Catholic School will hold its discovery night/open house from 5 to 7 p.m. March 8 at the school, 1350 Court St. Visitors will be able to tour the school, visit classrooms, and stop by a club fair in the school courtyard. The school's Lenten dinner and fish fry will be held at the same time. An adult meal costs $8 and includes fried cod, french fries, hush puppies, cole slaw, pudding and beverage. A child's meal is $5 and includes pizza or macaroni and cheese, french fries, pudding and beverage. Pay at the door or call (727) 461-1200 to pre-order.

Legal education session Thursday

The People's Law School, an annual series of classes organized by the Clearwater Bar Association, will present a program on consumer protection and the wage and hour law at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Ethics and Social Sciences Building (ES104) on the Drew Street campus of St. Petersburg College. The session is free and registration is not required. Visit for a list of the weekly classes and classroom assignments.

Dunedin commissioners' retreat open to the public 02/26/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 7:38pm]
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