Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University Let’s explore a freshwater region of Florida while learning how to read the landscape. On a recent field trip to Caladesi Island State Park with the Friends of Pinellas Master Naturalists, … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: Caladesi Island State Park
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Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano announces that Lauren’s Kids will be the tax collector’s featured charitable organization for the month of June. Lauren’s Kids is a statewide organization that works each day to prevent childhood sexual abuse through education … Continue reading Tax Collector Mike Fasano Announces June Will Be “Lauren’s Kids” Charitable Giving Month
I don’t usually carry cash. But on this day, I paid the cashier cash for some new shoes. As I handed the cashier the bill, she grabbed a pen. I was somewhat intrigued. Then, she ran the pen across the … Continue reading Counterfeit Christianity
By Keith Chandler Journey Christian Church Desperation can be a unique gift God gives us so we can experience his power and deliverance. We want to experience God’s deliverance, but his deliverance comes after our desperation. God is drawn to … Continue reading A Desperate Prayer
Samantha Taylor Samantha Taylor Fitness Moms give so much of their lives to raise their children, investing their time to be there for whatever their kids need. And in the midst of caring for everyone else, Mom often doesn’t take … Continue reading Honoring Mom
Dr. Dianne Coflin Co-Pastor, River of Life Church We live in such tumultuous times. Everywhere you look, people are obsessed with themselves! Obsessed with their appearance, their status, their feelings, they are offended so easily, obsessed with getting their own … Continue reading A Cure for Selfishness
Hi! My name is Harley! Let’s have a chat. Do you know where Haiti is? If not, ask your parents. I found out though Idlewild Baptist that the people in Haiti don’t have enough food and water. So I brainstormed … Continue reading Kids’ Corner: Lemonade for Haiti
It was written by an 8-year-old named Danny Dutton, who lives in Chula Vista, CA. He wrote it for his third grade homework assignment to explain God. EXPLANATION OF GOD: “One of God’s main jobs is making people. He makes … Continue reading A Little Boy’s Explanation of God
It’s the three-day weekend that officially kicks off summer vacations… a time for hanging out at the beach, barbecuing, even catching a few laps at the Indy 500. But Memorial Day is also the most solemn American holiday–a day to … Continue reading MEMORIAL DAY
Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University One of the places I have explored for many years with my outdoors buddy Ed Shindle is Cow House Creek, a first order, ephemeral wetland that flows into the Hillsborough River. … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: Freshwater
By Karen McBride Developing self-discipline and avoiding anything that would reduce a person’s mental growth or physical health are at the center of John Prevatt Martial Arts’ Student Creed. Students are taught to have a “Yes, I can” attitude, learning … Continue reading Summer Super Camp Open Enrollment at John Prevatt Martial Arts
~500 job seekers are expected to attend~ TAMPA, FL – CareerSource Tampa Bay will host our Annual 2019 Job Fair on Tuesday, April 16. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Doors open for Veterans at 10 a.m. and the general public will be allowed in starting at 10:30 a.m. The Job Fair will take place at the CareerSource Tampa Bay’s – Tampa Center, located at 9215 North Florida Avenue, Suite 101, Tampa, 33612. There is no cost to attend the event but all candidates must be registered with EmployFlorida.com to finalize any job application. Those attending … Continue reading More than 50 Employers to attend CareerSource Tampa Bay Job Fair