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Published Oct. 1, 2005


Home Association hosts annual meeting

The Home Association, formerly known as the Old People's Home, is a non-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation center that began in 1899 to care for the elderly. The home is holding its 98th annual board meeting from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. today at 1203 22nd Ave. On the agenda will be the installation of new board members. For information, call Liz McCarthy at 229-8143.

Mystery in the Park

The first Mystery in the Park dinner theater will be from 6 to 10 p.m. April 11 at Old Hyde Park Village. Participants will take on the role of super sleuths to assist with solving the mystery of a missing heir worth millions. Super sleuths will receive the family history and a personal description of each of the alleged heirs. They will visit five Old Hyde Park Village merchants to collect clues leading to the identification of the missing heir. The missing heirs will be on hand to convince or unconvince the sleuths of their true identity. After the clues are collected, participants will meet at Old Hyde Park Village center fountain for the final clue and a party with WUKS-FM 100.7 with food donated by Selena's, Cafe Winberie and the Cactus Club. The true heir will be revealed at 9:30 p.m. Registration before Saturday is $20 a person. After Saturday, registration is $25. Participants will receive a free T-shirt, goody bag, food and drinks. Proceeds will benefit the Hillsborough Education Foundation and the National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse. For information or to register, call 231-1904.

_ Information about meetings and events may be sent to Dolly Brosan, The Times, 1000 N Ashley Drive, Suite 700, Tampa, FL 33602 or faxed to 226-3381. Deadline is two weeks before the event.