April 18, 2021


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Club to award $2,000 in scholarships

The Heritage Pines Democratic Club will be awarding $2,000 in scholarships to deserving graduating seniors in the next West Pasco substantial universities: Hudson, Fivay, River Ridge, Gulf Superior, J.W. Mitchell, Anclote and Wendell Krinn Specialized.

Apps can be attained from the steering counselor or vocation specialist at every single university and really should be accomplished and returned to the club right before April 22. Judging is anticipated to be concluded and awards announced prior to May possibly 1, so they may be presented at the schools’ awards ceremonies.

This is the club’s third consecutive 12 months for awarding scholarships, and thanks to generous club members, the quantity this yr has grown from $1,000 to $2,000.

For additional facts, e mail club vice president Judith Chase at [email protected]

Hibernians hold membership drive, auction

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Women Historical Order of Hibernians Pasco County Division 1 will maintain its once-a-year membership push, social and auction at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, at Our Woman Queen of Peace Catholic Church, Msgr. Foynes Parish Corridor, 5340 High St., New Port Richey. 

Doors for the auction will open at 2 p.m. and all are welcome to go to. The auction is a key fundraiser to help the LAOH’s charity endeavours. 

For extra information or fascination in donating an merchandise for the auction, get in touch with Jackie LaGuardia at 727-364-1283 or [email protected]

Trinity Elementary learners make a variance

TRINITY — The Trinity Elementary Understanding Seekers Chapter of the Nationwide Elementary Honors Society, with assistance from Orange Blossom Women’s Group, organized a donation generate for the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary in Palm Harbor.  

From March 23-26, college students in grades kindergarten through fifth quality introduced in donations of bleach, soap, raisins, peanut butter, canine foodstuff, paper towels, cereal, oatmeal, trash baggage, peanuts, and juice. 

In total, the Trinity Elementary college students gathered 857 products for the Sanctuary.

Coin & Stamp Expo slated for May perhaps 22

HUDSON — The Pasco Coin Club Coin & Stamp Expo, sponsored by the Coin Club of Pasco County, will be held Saturday, May perhaps 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Elks Lodge #2520, 9135 Denton Ave., Hudson. Use the side entrance.

Cash, forex, bullion, jewellery and stamps will be acquired, bought, and appraised. Hourly doorway prizes will be accessible. Sign up to gain a 1-ounce Silver Eagle. 

Admission, parking and publications are free of charge. Food stuff obtainable for obtain. 

For info, contact Chuck at 727-534-7597 or stop by www.PascoCoinClub.com

Songs Jam is on at St. Mark’s

HUDSON — St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in Hudson has relaunched its weekly Margaree’s County Tunes Jam Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Place, bluegrass, and gospel properly be highlighted at the Fellowship Corridor, 7922 Condition Road 52, Hudson. A $3 entry donation goes to the church mission, and musicians enter for cost-free. Masks are needed. For details get in touch with 727-856-3344.

Workshop to support discover non-indigenous species

Ever marvel how species not indigenous to Florida get there in the Sunshine Condition? Join UF/IFAS Pasco County Cooperative Extension Assistance for a cost-free Florida First Detector Digital Workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 8. The workshop is on the web at little bit.ly/FLFirstDetector.

You are going to also master how to use the Distance Diagnostic Identification Services to report invasive species. The program will include things like a dialogue about Palm Weevils and other common palm pests and illnesses.

You can commence reporting as a 1st Detector ideal absent by attending the free assembly and getting a detector tote bag. For additional information and facts and to sign-up, pay a visit to: little bit.ly/FLFirstDetector.

Charity Pageant of Arts to gain Gulfside Hospice

LAND O’ LAKES — Pasco’s most recent family-targeted function will assist bring arts to the local community, whilst supporting Gulfside Hospice’s individuals and families.

The Charity Festival of Arts benefiting Gulfside Hospice will just take area Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Land O’ Lakes Heritage Park, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The function will aspect a regional expertise showcase and art competition for all ages, along with vendors, displays and kids’ activities. Admission is $5 per man or woman, ages 3 and more mature, and face masks will be needed. Entry features access to the routines and demonstrations provided by vendors, “take and make” initiatives, and live leisure on stage from nearby expertise teams.

Groups and people today are welcome to submit a expertise showcase software with audition video clips to be element of the talent showcase by April 9. Performances up to 15 minutes can include things like vocal, dance, instrumental, comedy, band, and more.

Artists of all ages can enter the art competition by distributing an entry form with a image of their artwork by April 9. Fees are $5 for every entry, up to 3 entries for every man or woman. 1st, second and third spot winners will be decided on in five classes: kindergarten as a result of fifth quality sixth via eighth quality ninth by means of 12th quality adult amateur and grownup expert. Mediums of artwork may possibly consist of painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, and extra. Images is not provided.

Entry sorts and vendor details are out there on the internet at www.CharityFestivalOfArts.org or by calling Leesa Fryer at 727-845-5707 or [email protected] Proceeds from the function will advantage Gulfside Hospice to enable give client care and bereavement services to a lot more than 650 clients and households each individual day.

County designs modified summer months working day camp

Pasco County Parks, Recreation and Organic Resources is planning to host a modified 2021 Summer months Working day Camp application owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Registration is online only. Pasco County residents can sign up for the total 7-7 days plan Saturday, April 10 at 10 a.m., and for the comprehensive and partial programs Monday, April 12 at 10 a.m.  Non-Pasco County residents and county citizens can sign up for any remaining Summertime Day Camp areas commencing Saturday, April 17 at 10 a.m.

The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 14-July 30 at many places.

Expect to see these most effective techniques to protect our campers and workforce users:

• Children’s temperature taken day by day just before being accepted into camp

• Indication in/test out at your vehicle

• Decreased camper-to-personnel ratios/group intermingling to market social distancing

• Amplified sanitizing of amenities and tools

• Encounter coverings required for personnel & campers

For seamless enrollment, be absolutely sure to develop or update your on-line account forward of registration by browsing: bit.ly/PascoCreateAccount.

For much more information and facts, including a record of destinations, camp capacities, expenditures and fiscal guidance, make sure you pay a visit to: bit.ly/PascoSummerCamp or contact 813-929-1229.

Drinking water Security Drive-Thru party on way

PALM HARBOR — Prevent by the East Lake Pinch A Penny parking ton, 36235 East Lake Street, Palm Harbor, on Saturday, April 10, from 10 a.m. to midday for a generate-via drinking water protection celebration. East Lake Fire Rescue and Safe Children are partnering to offer water safety data to consider household and giveaways, such as free of charge baby lifestyle jackets while provides final.