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Strike out HD Tampa

Strike out HD Tampa

June 1, 2019

WHAT Strike Out HD is a bowling fundraising event that will include games of bowling, pizza, drinks, and great prizes to win WHO Contact: Mary Horton Phone: 931-626-0421 Email Address: mah1942@yahoo.com WHEN Sunday June 9th @ 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (EST) WHERE Pin Chasers East Pasco ...

You are worthy to be an investor

You are worthy to be an investor

Jason Turner, Hawkeye Staff

May 7, 2019

Many people, especially young people, don’t realize that they can be investors just like wealthy people. Sally Outlaw of Worthy Financial, who sells Worthy Bonds, wants them to know they can. According to Outlaw, people “need to think of themselves as investors, whether it’s $10, $100 or $1000....

Jane Castor sworn in as mayor

Magdalynn Pollitt, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2019

On May 1, 2019, Jane Castor was sworn into office as mayor of the city of Tampa. The swearing-in ceremony was held at Armature Works. This was a symbolic gesture, as Mayor Bob Buckhorn was sworn into office at the same location five years prior. As Castor stated in her speech, back then it was merely...

Public Health Fair

Mirna Abushanab, Staff

February 27, 2019

  The weather is changing, it's getting colder, people are getting sick, and 3.2 million Americans are uninsured.   ICNA Relief (Islamic Circle of North America) and The Islamic Society of St. Petersburg teamed together to make a free health fair that is open to the public.   The ...

Playing games in Plant City

Playing games in Plant City

Jason Turner, Staff

November 27, 2018

People need to play to remain healthy. That is part of the philosophy of Chris Mack, a member of the Plant City Gamers Guild. The guild consists of people who like to get together to play games, mostly role playing games. They currently meet at Aromatic Harmony on Reynolds Street in downtown Plant...

Meet the governor

Magdalynn Pollitt, Staff

November 26, 2018

Election day has come and gone, but it wasn’t until almost three weeks after that Floridians found out who would be their next governor. As results poured in the night of the elections, it appeared that Ron Desantis, the Republican endorsed by President Trump, was the winner. His opponent, Andrew Gillum,...

Pennies is a small price to pay

Magdalynn Pollitt, Staff

November 26, 2018

At the very bottom of the Hillsborough County ballot, two referenda were located. They could have been easily missed, but thanks to tireless campaigning by the organizations behind the referenda, both passed with flying colors. 260,000 voters said “Yes” to transportation on Nov. 6. Transportation...

Plant-based fun in Tampa Bay

Magdalynn Pollitt, Staff

November 26, 2018

The ninth annual Tampa Bay Vegfest was held on Nov. 3. The vegan food festival was held at the Perry Harvey, Sr. Park in Downtown Tampa. This was a change in venue from last year’s event, which was held at Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park. Attendees seemed happier with the new location, which has a lot mor...

Tomorrow needs you

Tomorrow needs you

Magdalynn Pollitt, Staff

November 5, 2018

In a dimly lit venue in Ybor City called The Attic, the suicide prevention nonprofit foundation To Write Love On Her Arms held their event, An Evening With To Write Love On Her Arms. The event was held on Sept. 18, right after Suicide Prevention Week. Headlining the event were JP Saxe, Canadian musician,...

Florida elections – Know your vote

Florida elections – Know your vote

Madison Schleicher, Staff

November 5, 2018

Those over the age of 18 and registered to vote in Florida are eligible to cast their ballots in the midterm election for state and local government. Not only will Floridians be choosing the new Governor but also on the ballot are several highly contestable amendments that could have a major impact for...

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