Barbarians Invade the Bay Area Renaissance Festival!

TAMPA, Fla., (Mar. 2020) – Sit upon the infamous and ominous Throne of Swords as you bring out your inner Warrior March 7th and 8th during Barbarian Brew Fest Weekend at the Bay Area Renaissance Festival. Stop into Wrydwood Viking Lodge for Shield Fighting Demos and Viking Games before making your way to the All New Battle Axe Pub where you can toss axes while sampling delicious craft beers. Show off your facial follicles during the Beard Competition for a chance to win prizes in four different categories: Longest, Grizzliest, Best Trimmed or Most Unique. Tampa Archery School brings a … Continue reading Barbarians Invade the Bay Area Renaissance Festival!

Women-n-Charge Monthly Meeting

Join the vibrant ladies of Women-n-Charge on Friday, March 6th from 11:15am-1:30pm at Plantation Palms Golf Club (23253 Plantation Palms Blvd., Land O’ Lakes, FL 34639). The meeting includes lunch, a special Mini Expo this month, and time to network. We share our talents, build relationships, and share our resources with other women in business. The cost is $15 for members and $18 for guests who RSVP by Tuesday prior to the meeting. Wednesday and after, the cost is $20 for members and $23 for guests. RSVP BY TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD. Please register at http://www.women-n-charge.com/meetings. For more information or to … Continue reading Women-n-Charge Monthly Meeting

Life at Hope Children’s Home

By Brittany Cravatta When people think of Hope Children’s Home, some may confuse it with an everyday typical foster care or orphanage. This facility is far from it. Thanks to Stephanie, a current employee who grew up in the home herself, I got to take a grand tour and see what life was truly like at Hope. I was truly pleased with what I saw. Hope Children’s Home was founded in 1968 and has rescued nearly 5,000 children between the ages of infant to 18 years old. All of the children have their own stories on how they ended up … Continue reading Life at Hope Children’s Home

One Community Now’s Hunger Walk is Charity of the Month at Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office

During the month of March, One Community Now’s annual Hunger Walk on behalf of the Pack-a-Sack 4 Kids Program will be the featured charity at the five locations of the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office. A supporter and sponsor of … Continue reading One Community Now’s Hunger Walk is Charity of the Month at Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office

Preventative Medicine is the Key to Maintaining Good Health

By Karen McBride Preventative medicine is the first step in maintaining your good health. Eating healthy meals with fresh fruits and vegetables is essential. Daily exercise and fresh air are equally important. Washing your hands frequently and using sanitary wipes on shopping carts can help reduce the spread of germs. And never underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep! What else can you do? Consult with your doctor about getting the proper vaccinations for illnesses such as the flu and whooping cough. Is it too late to get a flu shot? The Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) recommends that … Continue reading Preventative Medicine is the Key to Maintaining Good Health