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St. Pete libraries celebrate Mirror Lake Centennial with loads of fun for kids

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St. Pete’s Mirror Lake community has had access to library services for 100 years now. The current library on the east side of the lake is celebrating with several events this month. The first, a Dr. Suess book bash, is this Saturday from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Local kiddos are welcomed to come bounce around in an inflatable bounce house, make crafts, play games, watch movies and meet story characters. The Dr. Seuss Book Bash is being held in…

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Mirror Lake clean-up tomorrow

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I wanted to bring to your attention an opportunity for us to rally together as a community this Saturday, January 16th — the Annual Mirror Lake Clean-Up morning. Please join us for whatever length of time you are able to between 9am-12noon to help demonstrate our commitment to the neighborhood…In the midst of these difficult (even at times depressing) economic times, this is a way to give of ourselves and support our church by means other than financial. Lunch will…

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An open letter to Karl Nurse

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This is an open letter mailed to Karl Nurse. I hope you will join me in this effort. Dear Council Member Nurse: – It was a pleasure to see you at the clean-up effort at Mirror Lake this past Saturday — it’s always reassuring to see our elected officials rolling up their sleeves to make our city a better place to live. – As we discussed, I am concerned about the influence of money in this year’s municipal elections. With…

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Mirror Lake Clean-Up

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From Reverend Mishra of UUC of St. Petersburg: “I wanted to bring to your attention an opportunity for us to rally together as a community this Saturday, January 10th — the Annual Mirror Lake Clean-Up morning. Please join us for whatever length of time you are able to between 9am-12noon to help demonstrate our commitment to the neighborhood our religious community resides in. In the midst of these difficult (even at times depressing) economic times, this is a way to…

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