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Plan ahead for Tuskawilla Street detour

CLEARWATER

Plan ahead for Tuskawilla Street detour

Tuskawilla Street from Ewing Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue will be closed to traffic through Feb. 28 due to a stormwater rehabilitation project. Only local traffic will be allowed through; all other traffic can use Lakeview Road as a detour route. For more information, contact the Traffic Operations Division at (727) 562-4776.

COUNTYWIDE

Schools offering summer driver's ed

Pinellas County schools will offer free driver's education classes this summer to public and private school students. There are two 10-day sessions to be held during June and July. Classes in both sessions run from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. North Pinellas sites include Clearwater, Countryside, Dunedin, East Lake, Largo and Palm Harbor University high schools. Students must be at least 15 years old and have a learner's permit or operator's license when the session begins. For a list of session dates, class requirements and registration contact information, go online to newsroom.pcsb.org/?p=11321 or call Nickolas Grasso, director PreK-12 physical education, driver education, JROTC and extracurricular activities, at (727) 588-6125.

DUNEDIN

Summer recreation leaders needed

The Dunedin Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for summer camp recreation leaders. The lifeguards and swim teachers lead children through 10 weeks of camp. Lifeguards must have current certification in lifeguard training and CPR/AED. Swim teachers must have current water safety instructor certifications. Apply online via dunedingov.com. For information, contact Alicia Castricone at (727) 298-3265 or acastricone@dunedinfl.net.

TARPON SPRINGS

Dress for success at SPC job fair

St. Petersburg College Tarpon Springs will hold its annual Career Expo and Job Fair on Feb. 13 in the Library/Fine Arts building lobby. The expo will bring more than 30 employers who will conduct on-the-spot interviews and accept resumes. Jobseekers are asked to come prepared with their resume and to dress professionally. The Career Development Services department will hold free workshops during each day spotlighting resume writing and interview skills. The campus entrance is on Klosterman Road just west of U.S. 19. For more information, contact Jackie Addis, Career Expo coordinator, at (727) 712-5494.

PALM HARBOR

Valentine's Dinner Dance is at Centre

Tickets are on sale for the annual Valentine's Dinner Dance at 5 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Centre, 1500 16th St., Palm Harbor. The menu will feature pasta and marinara sauce, meatballs, salad, dessert, coffee and tea. Advance tickets cost $7 for members, $9 for nonmembers. Call (727) 771-6000.

Plan ahead for Tuskawilla Street detour

02/05/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 8:06pm]
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