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February - American Heart Month
- 2/1 – National Wear Red Day Walk on Bayshore Blvd., 7:30 a.m.; National Wear Red Day - Free Blood Pressure Screenings with St. Petersburg Fire Rescue and Healthy St. Pete: Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Downtown St. Petersburg in front of the Municipal Services Center; Puppies and Babies Go Red; Buildings throughout Tampa Bay will light up red
- 2/14 – Valentine’s Day – Free health screenings at local CVS pharmacies; Heart Month Proclamation - City of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg City Hall
- 2/15 - The 16th Annual Tampa Bay Go Red for Women Luncheon: 1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.- Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel. For tickets please visit tampabaygoredluncheon.org
- 2/20 – Heart Month Proclamation – Hillsborough County
- CVS Health Minute Clinic No-Cost Screenings -February 7, 14, 21, 28
- Wear red to raise awareness about heart disease – the leading cause of death in women. You can get the iconic Red Dress Pin at ShopHeart.org.
- Make a donation to support the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association at WearRedDay.org or at your local CVS Pharmacy, February 3- 23.
- Survivor Gallery at Bayfront Medical Center: Throughout the month of February.
- Join the conversation by using #1in3 and #TBGoesRed on social media.
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- Let your voice be heard! The 2019 Community Values Survey is now live at http://lakelandvalues.com . We're seeking input from citizens on City services/programs & your feedback will become part of the Strategic Planning Workshops to help drive the budgeting process for 2020.
- Join us on February 23rd for a free event to learn about landscapes and irrigation. Experts from Pinellas County will share information on Florida-Friendly Landscaping, reclaimed water and much more! Sign up today ➡️ https://bit.ly/2T4lf4c
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- The Dunedin Parks & Recreation Department is seeking Lifeguards for the summer season 2019. Lifeguards must have current certification in Lifeguard Training and CPR/AED. To apply, please visit www.dunedingov.com to apply online. Highlander Pool will be offering a lifeguard Training Class starting in April. If you have questions, please call Alicia Castricone at (727) 298-3265.
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- Interested applicants may download a copy of the application for appointment at http://www.ctsfl.us/boards.htm or may contact the city clerk’s office at 727-942-5614 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Pinellas County Updated Land Development Code Chapters
The Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections is offering three $1,200 college scholarships to eligible Florida full-time students.
Hillsborough County residents must apply through the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office.
- Student must be registered to vote in Florida and submit their applications to the county in which they are registered.
- Student must be majoring in political science, public or business administration, or journalism/mass communications.
- Student must have finished two years of junior college or undergraduate work and hold enough credits for enrollment as a junior.
- Student must have been a resident of Florida for two years before the current academic year in which the application is made.
- Student must be able to demonstrate financial need.
The scholarship recipients will be announced at the 2019 FSASE Summer Conference.
The application deadline is March 29. Go to VoteHillsborough.org or contact Gerri Kramer at (813) 367-8827 or email@example.com for more information.
Click here to download a copy of the eligibility requirements and an application (PDF format).
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The Hernando County Utilities Department (HCUD) Water Awareness Series offers free monthly classes to educate participants on how to protect Florida's water resources. Residents are invited to attend "The Top Ten Things Newcomers Need to Know About Their Florida Yard" on January 11,
2018 from 10 a.m. to noon at the HCUD Building located at 15365 Cortez Boulevard in Brooksville. Spoiler alert! Number one is: Forget everything you ever knew about gardening elsewhere.
In this class, Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program Coordinator Lilly Browning explains what newcomers (and everyone else) need to know about Central Florida yards and how to avoid common mistakes while enjoying a low-maintenance, budget-friendly landscape.
Call (352) 754-4705 or visit http://HernandoWAS2019.eventbrite.com to register for this free class.
Dec. 26, 2018
- The City of Inverness is seeking motivated volunteers, who reflect the diverse backgrounds and interests of the community, to serve on a number of City advisory boards, commissions, and committees. This recruitment drive will conclude on December 31. Opportunities are available on a variety of board functions.
- Florida Forest Service tips for safe outdoor Christmas tree burning:
- Check local ordinances for county burn bans and requirements for outdoor burning.
- Burn only if significant rainfall has occurred in the last three or four days.
- Never burn on dry or windy days.
- Select a burn location that is at least 25 feet from natural areas, 25 feet from your home, 150 feet from other occupied buildings and 50 feet from any paved public roadway.
- Remove all decorations from the tree before you burn.
- Cut the tree into manageable sections, as necessary.
- Clear the burn area free of other flammable materials, such as leaf litter and pine straw.
- Keep a shovel and water hose handy in case the fire starts to escape containment.
- Never leave a fire unattended, and make sure it is out before leaving.
- Never burn a Christmas tree in a fireplace or wood stove.
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- Palm Harbor residents can voice their opinion on a new master plan for the future of their community’s historic downtown through a brief online survey (https://bit.ly/2SxHQVT).
- Residents can review the Downtown Historic Palm Harbor Master Plan and make comments through the Open Pinellas survey at www.pinellascounty.org/openpinellas. The survey will be available through Dec. 28, 2018. Feedback from the survey will be considered during a public hearing process for the plan slated for early 2019.
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Manatee County launches suite of digital tools for the public
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