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Kappa Delta Phi

Members of the Kappa Kappa Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi Sorority are busy working on their Spring Arts and Crafts Festival planned for March 26 at the Sun Bank in Brandon. The space fee is $25. For an application, call Kay Pharis, 689-0491. Money raised through the show will be donated to the Brandon Women's Crisis Pregnancy Center. Members and their husbands recently attended a Super Bowl party and dinner hosted by members Lynette Zink and Betty Harper.

Submarine veterans

U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II established the 11th chapter in Florida Feb. 10 in Brandon. Southern Regional Director James McConnell of Cape Coral explained the organization's purpose to the 53 members and guests at the meeting. Florida State Commander Edgar Chase of Brooksville presented the chapter with its charter. National First Vice President Leonard Greenwood of Frostproof installed the new officers: Harry Peche of Brandon, president; Robert Rose of Seminole, vice president; Rick Hogan of Brandon, secretary/treasurer; Clark Sullivan of Largo, chaplain; and Donald Dubendorfer of Tampa, chief of the boat. Also attending the meeting were Ladies Auxiliary National President Evelyn Delaney and John Delaney, past Florida state commander and currentpresident of the North Florida Chapter; Ladies' Florida State Commander Mae Weidner; Alpheous Weidner, Gulf Coast Chapter president; Johnnie Greenwood, vice president of the Suncoast Chapter Auxiliary; Harry and Mary Flagg, president of the Gulf Coast Dolphins Auxiliary; Marion Carbonari, vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Weeki Wachee Mermates; and Marge Kramer, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Sun Coast Tang Tattlers. U.S. SubVets of World War II interested in more information about the Brandon Chapter should call Peche, 689-0564.


Carrollwood Service League

The Carrollwood Service League will present Spring Fashions '94 March 17 at Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club, 5811 Tampa Palms Blvd. Registration and a silent auction are from 10 to 11 a.m. The brunch and fashion show begin at 11 a.m. Fashions will be presented by Cache. The cost is $20. Checks, made payable to the Carrollwood Service League, should be sent by March 11 to P.O. Box 273331, Tampa, FL 33688. Include your phone number so that reservations can be confirmed. If you have not received a confirmation by March 12, call Judy Atkinson, 264-1916. The fashion show will benefit the Hillsborough County Department of Children's Services. The department offers residential and non-residential programs for abused, neglected, abandoned and emotionally disturbed children.


Tampa Writers Alliance

Author Bob Andelman will speak at the Tampa Writers Alliance meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Carmen Manis Room of the Main Library, 900 N Ashley Drive. His topic is "The Wild, Weird, Wacky World of Book Publishing and Promotion." The Tampa Writers Alliance is a self-help group of published and aspiring writers. For information, call Ann Cook, 985-5417 or Jim Able, 839-4675.


Sun City Center Sing-Along

The February Greater Sun City Center Sing-Along drew a near-packed house to hear local musicians in addition to the usual singing of favorite songs. Performances were given by the Trinity Baptist Church Choir and Quartet under the direction of Janet Gratz. Pianist and vocalist Doris Wider performed If I Could Help Somebody and Wind Beneath My Wings. Miss Widner, blind since birth, came to the area recently from St. Louis, where she performed on both radio and TV. While visiting Denise and Dale Jergensen here, she fell and broke her leg and went to Sun Terrace Care Center to recuperate. According to Charlie Harbin of the Sun City Center Men's Chorus, Miss Wider "is an inspiration to all of us and showed us an example of courage, spirit and talent that we all must admire."


County directory of services

The 1994 edition of the Hillsborough County Directory of Services is now available to the public. The 78-page handbook has information on all services and programs under the Board of County Commissioners. The directory also lists names of elected officials and their phone numbers, all of the taxing authorities in the county and addresses, phone numbers and specific services of more than 100 Hillsborough County departments and offices. Free copies are available at all public libraries or at the County Center. Community groups can order bulk quantities for distribution to their members or neighborhoods. Call Eileen at the Citizens Assistance & Information office, 272-5314, to arrange pick-up.