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YouthBuild offers training program for youths 16-24

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published September 17, 2000


YouthBuild St. Petersburg offers an eight-month program for youths age 16 to 24 who reside in St. Petersburg that includes GED training, leadership development and training in the career field of construction, among other support services. To be considered for admission, call 893-1573.

Grants offered by Tampa Bay Estuary Program

The Tampa Bay Estuary Program is offering several small grants for bay-related education projects in the following categories: stormwater pollution, habitat restoration and protection, boater and angler education, and youth education.

Call (727) 893-2765 for an application packet. Deadline for proposals is Oct. 16.

St. Petersburg band seeks new members

The St. Petersburg Community Band is looking for new members. The group is in special need of baritone, French and alto horn players. The band meets weekly at Boca Ciega High School. Call 527-3090.

16th Infantry Regiment needs your help

The 16th Infantry Regiment Association, a D-Day regiment, seeks donations of World War II or Korean War service uniforms and other memorabilia, for the completion of their museum. Items will be picked up upon request. Please call 384-6901.

Fiddlers' group seeks string players

A local group is open to anyone who plays the fiddle or any other string band instruments.

The Bay Area Fiddlers' Association, a newcomer on the local music scene, is looking for additional members.

Call (727) 938-1417 or (727) 321-2379 for details.

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