St. Petersburg Times Online: News of southern Pinellas County
TampaBay.com
Place an Ad Calendars Classified Forums Sports Weather
tampabay.com

printer version

Honoring emergency workers

By MELIA BOWIE
© St. Petersburg Times,
published November 28, 2001

ST. PETERSBURG -- The public is invited to attend a special ceremony Wednesday to honor local police, firefighters, EMS and military personnel.

The ceremony, hosted by the U.S. Postal Service and Florida Power, will be at 6 p.m. at Florida Power Park, 180 Second Ave. S, in downtown St. Petersburg. It will include patriotic music by Twice Shy, an invocation and presentation of colors and an assembly of police, fire, postal and military vehicles on the field.

"United We Stand" stamp pins will be passed out to the first 2,000 attending.

Speakers will include St. Petersburg Postmaster Tom Pawlowski, City Council chairwoman Renee Flowers and former television sportscaster Dick Crippen, who will serve as master of ceremonies for the celebration.

Back to St. Petersburg area news
Back to Top

© 2006 • All Rights Reserved • Tampa Bay Times
490 First Avenue South • St. Petersburg, FL 33701 • 727-893-8111
 
Special Links
Mary Jo Melone
Howard Troxler


From the Times
South Pinellas desks
  • Honoring emergency workers
  • RV park, developer reach deal, end suits
  • Stuffed wallet lands in four honest hands
  • For work or play?
  • 'Tourists' in Pinellas Park see it in new light
  • One kind of terrorism never ceases
  • Two of 3 Kinkade galleries close
  • Fresh fish, fine wine fill the bill at store
  • Military news
  • Living remembrance
  • Schools name candidates for top Support Employee
  • Mounds of the past cleared for growth
  • Parking meters crop up in John's Pass
  • Blood, sweat and cheers
  • Northeast High to honor its top athletes, coaches
  • Book takes a look at life of a firefighter
  • With barber's death comes passing of era
  • Causeway bridge lookouts need a new post
  • Promises to police officers made good
  • Rabbits reproduce into pests
  • Santa Parade gets rolling on Saturday
  • Hotel wants to let guests travel on air
  • Club's success leads to start of men's league
  • Bikes help get handle on law enforcement
  • Renovated Bardmoor gets positive feedback

  •