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By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times, published December 20, 2000
CLEARWATER -- The Clearwater Arts! Foundation has chosen Sunset Sam, the bottle-nosed dolphin that lives at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, as the model for its Christmas ornament.
Designed by local artist Ginger Meidel, the pewter ornament also can be used as a medallion, necklace, curio or key chain. Cost is $10 and includes tax. Limited to 500 copies, the collectible ornament will be on sale at the Marine Aquarium, the economic development office in Clearwater City Hall, Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce, Clearwater Marina visitor center on Clearwater Beach, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Harborview Center, Clearwater Neighborhood Housing and the Clearwater Public main library and Countryside branches. For information, call Dr. Arlita Hallam, Clearwater Arts! Foundation board member, 445-1965.
CLEARWATER -- During December, the Music Gallery, 5990 Ulmerton Road, Clearwater, will have one of Steinway & Sons' Tricentennial artcase pianos. The visit of the piano commemorates the 300th anniversary of the invention of the piano.
The Tricentennial represents the first time a Steinway limited-edition piano has been created jointly at company factories in New York and Hamburg, Germany. Just 300 of these handmade pianos will be produced.
From now and through Dec. 31, pianists, teachers and students can make appointments to see and play the piano. To sign up for either or for information, call the Music Gallery, 530-3304.
CLEARWATER -- DivorceCare seminars and support group meetings are from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Clearwater First Church of the Nazarene, 1875 Nursery Road, Clearwater. Each session features a videotape, followed by a support group meeting. Topics to be covered include facing anger, depression, loneliness, financial survival, child care, new relationships and more. Child care and other activities for children are available. To register, call Dolly Hickey, 446-3130, or come early to a session. There is a one-time $10 charge.