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May 13, 2002

Seafood fest: hot time in park
[Times photo: Lance Rothstein]
The Cotee River Seafood Festival attracted a large crowd to Sims Park despite temperatures in the 90s during the weekend.
Couples take bliss to work with them
Unique couples find they can be partners at home and work, but only if they set boundaries and stick to them.

Golf course at top of Zephyrhills agenda
After recent failures, city officials hope they have found a manager for its course, which has lost more than $80,000 in recent years.

Saint Leo University graduates given advice before they leave
This year's class is urged to stay connected with God, care for the children and stay faithful to the values of Saint Leo University.

Expansion of shelter needs funds
Despite setbacks, Holy Ground has plans to construct six buildings with room for 173 homeless people, a church and a thrift store.

Chemist refines formula for art
The former professor makes artworks of items plucked from yard sales, antique shops and scrap piles.


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