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Firehouse Museum offers group tours

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© St. Petersburg Times, published February 13, 2000


LARGO -- The Kid's Firehouse Museum at 9510 Firehouse Ave., Largo, has openings for tours for groups of children up to age 10. Participants are taught fire safety, watch a safety video, receive free memorabilia, and tour the facility, which includes 11 antique firetrucks and a playground designed to teach fire safety. For information, call 585-1300.

Workshop for literacy tutors planned

The Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas is sponsoring a workshop in February to train volunteer tutors to teach basic literacy to English speaking, non-reading adults. For information on becoming a volunteer tutor or support person, call 789-4561 or 738-4489, ext. 242.

Sale to benefit Stars of Tomorrow

LARGO -- Vendors are needed for a flea market and garage sale March 18 on the grounds of Highland Complex, 400 Highland Ave. NE.

The event is being sponsored by the Stars of Tomorrow, a dance troupe under the auspices of the Largo Recreation and Parks Department.

Funds will be used to help pay for the dancers' expenses at a national dance competition this summer in Las Vegas.

For an application or more information, call 581-0910.

Young musicians sought for youngest jazz band

BELLEAIR -- Sonny La Rosa is seeking saxophone, trombone and trumpet players age 12 or younger for his America's Youngest Jazz Band.

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