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Jewish day school hopes to buy land

By Times Staff Writer
Published October 28, 2007


The Pinellas County Jewish Day School has launched a capital campaign to buy and renovate property and buildings immediately next to its campus on Cambridge Avenue in Largo.

The purchase will add 11 classrooms and an auditorium.

The school, which has 205 students, has grown at a steady 5 percent per year over the past six years and has outgrown its facilities.

To learn more, or support the capital campaign, call Brian Siegel, head of the school, at (727) 588-0100, or Michael Seltzer, president of the board of directors, at (727) 532-1999.

Calling pets, owners for costume contest

Join in the extravagant pet/owners costume parade and wild and wacky pet costume contests at All Howlers Eve from 6:30-9 p.m. Tuesday at the Southwest Complex basketball courts, 13120 Vonn Road. Cost is $5 per dog, $15 per vendor. Call 518-3125.


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