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Reynolds, Smith and Hills, an architectural firm, was awarded the renovation and addition to the Anchin Center/Educational II building for the University of South Florida.

For the third straight year Tampa's Image Film and Tape has won a Bronze Award from the New York Film Festival for a fund-raising program produced for the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children.

Wade-Trim, consulting civil engineers, received the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council's 1993 Future of the Region Award for Excellence in the category of Technology/Research.

The Center for Sports Medicine Imaging will hold its second annual "Team Approach to Sports Medicine" symposium today through Sunday at the Sheraton Grand on Kennedy Boulevard. Drs. Sheer, Ahearn and Associates, a radiology group involved in sports radiology, will address the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries as well as steroid abuse, the risk of HIV exposure and the athlete with cancer. Presentations will also explore the care of both young and elderly athletes.

Speakers include Dr. William Carson, of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Dr. David Leffers of the Tampa Bay Lightning; Dr. Steven Mirabello, of the Toronto Blue Jays; and Phil Esposito, president/general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning. In addition the speakers include Lee Roy Selmon, formerly of the Buccaneers and now associate director for external affairs at the University of South Florida, and Robin Roberts, a former member of the Philadelphia Phillies and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Brandon President's Roundtable will present its Community Service Award at its annual dinner scheduled for April 11. Nominations are being accepted for consideration by the selection committee made up of past recipients. Nomination forms can be obtained by calling Lisa Rodriguez at 685-5472.

An exhibition consisting of the most recent works of artists Dorothy Cowden, Gil DeMeza, Lewis Harris, Jack King, Steve Smith, Edgar Swados, Bob Terri and Joe Testa-Seccas will be at the Scarfone Gallery on the University of Tampa campus through March 25. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday. There is no admission charge. Works of the artists include paintings, drawings, mixed media and sculpture in clay and bronze. For information call 253-6217.

Gary S. Dolgin has relocated his law office to 700 Twiggs St., Suite 105. His telephone number is 223-4007 and fax number is 229-2599. His practice has an emphasis in criminal, DUI and matrimonial and family law.

Contemporary Folk Expressions at Clayton Galleries opens today through April 11 at the gallery at 4105 S MacDill Ave. The show will consist of work by more than 22 folk, self-taught and outsider artists. Some of the artists are becoming well-known for their unique forms of self-expression. The artists include Prophet Blackmon, Bessie Harvey, Lonnie Holley, Charlie Lucas, Sarah Rakes, Jimmie Lee Sudduth, Mose Tolliver, Derek Webster and Purvis Young. For information call Cathleen Clayton at 831-3753.

A program on cruise vacations will be presented at noon March 15 at the Hyatt Regency in Tampa. Richard D. Fain, chairman of the International Council of Cruise Lines and chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., will present the program. The presentation is sponsored by the Tampa/Hillsborough Convention and Visitors Association and the Tampa Port Authority. Cost is $25 for members and $35 for others. For information call 223-1111, ext. 27.