Six professionals were honored at the St. Petersburg Young Professionals' inaugural Tomorrow's Leaders Today program. The program is sponsored by the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce. The honorees were:
- Entrepreneur of the Year - Tyler Deneault of State Farm Insurance.
- Minority Owned Company - Ginger Reichl of Pinstripe Marketing.
- Leadership in Government - Kay Latimore of the city of St. Petersburg.
- Leadership in Business - Kanika Tomalin of Bayfront Health Systems.
- Leadership in Nonprofit - Jennifer Maxwell of Police Athletic League.
- Young Professional of the Year - Kimberly Gustafson of Carlton Fields.
For information, call Rita Wesley at (727) 388-0685 or visit www.stpete.com.
TAMPA BAY AREA
NFL alumni group to help kids charity
The NFL Alumni of Tampa Bay has selected Clothes To Kids, Inc. as the beneficiary of its Nov. 2 "Any Given Sunday" fundraiser. Any Given Sunday will be held Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Green Iguana, 1200 N West Shore Blvd., Tampa. The public is invited to a tailgate-style event to watch the Kansas City Chiefs host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Clothes To Kids Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps meet the clothing needs of low-income Pinellas County schoolchildren. Call the store at (727) 441-5050 or visit www.ClothesToKids.org. For more about the NFL Alumni of Tampa Bay, visit www.nflalumnitampabay.com.