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South Shore Vintage Flea

South Shore Vintage Flea

Vendors wanted For South Shore Vintage Flea The South Shore Vintage Flea has planned a spring market to be held Saturday, March 18., from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at…

Jubilee Gymnastics

Jubilee Gymnastics

Jubilee Gym left its mark on the Gasparilla Classic With their first official competition under their belt, Jubilee Gym athletes made their mark on the gymnastics scene during the Gasparilla…

Parent’s Night Out

Parent’s Night Out

Enjoy a parents’ night out Feb. 17 Parents hoping for a night out in the South Shore area will get that opportunity on Friday, Feb. 17, from 6 to 10…

Lennard HS signing day

Lennard HS signing day

National Signing Day was a big day at Lennard High School By MITCH TRAPHAGEN mitch@observernews.net Eight seniors signed athletic scholarships at Lennard High School in Ruskin on Feb. 1, joining…

New church in Apollo Beach

New church in Apollo Beach

SeaGlass Church in Apollo Beach seeks to find, free and fulfill The earth’s shorelines conceal  beautiful treasures known as sea glass. Glass items, such as bottles and jars, have been discarded…

Foundation grants help local arts

Foundation grants help local arts

Community Foundation of Tampa Bay boosts arts access in South Shore through major grants By LOIS KINDLE lois@observernews.net The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay recently gave nearly $65,000 in grants…

Bugs will scat …

Bugs will scat …

Alley Cat Pest Control celebrates decade in business By LOIS KINDLE lois@observernews.net On Feb. 7, 2007, Cliff and Lisa Kennedy opened a full-service pest control company on U.S. 301 in Riverview.…

Meals of Hope

Meals of Hope

Rotarians seek volunteer help for annual Meals of Hope event By LOIS KINDLE lois@observernews.net One of the largest charitable efforts in southern Hillsborough County is set to take place Feb.…

“The Talk”

“The Talk”

Being Mortal Awareness Campaign changing minds about ‘the talk’ By PHYLLIS HODGES hodgespress@gmail.com Yes, discussing end-of-life care preferences is difficult; most people don’t even like to think about it.  But…

Caloosa Golf Club

Caloosa Golf Club

At Caloosa, a special place that is more than golf By MITCH TRAPHAGEN mitch@observernews.net It was a perfect January morning in paradise — not hot, not too cool. You walk…

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