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By Times staff writers
© St. Petersburg Times,
published November 21, 2001

Country Snowbirds return for weekly jam sessions

SEMINOLE -- The Country Snowbirds are back at Seminole City Park for their weekly, open jam sessions.

The group, hosted by Bernie Brown, consists of musicians from the United States and Canada. The free sessions are from 1 to 4 p.m. Fridays at the park, 7464 Ridge Road. Bring your lawn chairs, voices and instruments.

Brown said people don't have to be snowbirds to be part of the group. Just show up. For information, call Brown at 579-4327.

Group to serve turkey dinner for the homeless

The International Masons and Order of the Eastern Star will hold its Thanksgiving Dinner for the Homeless and Lonely from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the Masonic Temple, 855 13th Ave. S, St. Petersburg.

The organization also will deliver turkey dinners to the homebound in the area. For information on either the dinner at the Masonic Temple or the meals for the homebound, call 823-7616 or 867-1218.

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