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By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 11, 2001


Boley Centers to hold job fair April 24

Boley Centers, a local non-profit mental health care agency, will hold a job fair from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. April 24 at 2901 44th Ave. N, St. Petersburg.

Various positions are available in the residential, case management, vocational, administration and day services areas. On site interviews will be conducted. For information, call 821-4819, ext. 5780

Breast, cervical cancer screenings available

The Pinellas County Health Department, 500 Seventh Ave. S, St. Petersburg, and 6350 76th Ave. N, Pinellas Park, offers screening exams for breast and cervical cancer for women age 50 to 64 who are uninsured, or whose insurance doesn't fully cover such services. Pap smears, mammograms and clinical breast exams are included. For an appointment, call 824-6917.

Housing for low-income disabled, seniors available

Goodwill Industries Suncoast housing corporation is currently accepting applications for HUD rent-subsidized apartments for people with physical disabilities and for those ages 61 and older. The apartments are in Pinellas Park.

All applicants must meet HUD limited income criteria.

For apartment availability in Pinellas Park, call 541-6620.

Aluminum can recycling helps build homes

Habitat for Humanity International has teamed up with the Aluminum Association to help needy families. Aluminum Cans Build Habitat for Humanity Homes raises money to build homes through aluminum can recycling.

Five local recycling centers are located throughout Pinellas County. The list of recycling sites can be obtained by calling the Pinellas Habitat for Humanity office at 894-1522.

Individual, family, church, club and company participation is encouraged.

Volunteers also are needed to manage Aluminum Cans Build Habitat for Humanity Homes day-to-day operations.

Flags available through Department of State

Both State of Florida and United States flags are available through the Department of State. Costs vary according to size and materials used.

You may also have your flag flown over the Florida Capital at no additional charge. Call (850) 488-1802 or write Wilma Shouse, Florida Department of State, Bureau of General Services, 430 E Gaines St. Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250.

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