Posts Tagged ‘dunedin childrens christmas fund’

Auction for Dunedin Children’s Christmas Fund

The Ameri Mart at the corner of Belleair Rd. and South Highland  Ave. in Clearwater is auctioning off a Pepsi Snowman to benefit the Dunedin Children’s Christmas Fund.  The drawing will be held on Saturday January 21st at 12 Noon at the station.  

REG-GIE REG-GIE for the Kids!

  Former Oakland A’s teammates Reggie Jackson and Darold Knowles shake after the Hall of Famer Jackson signs baseballs for Knowles.  Knowles requested the signing to benefit the Dunedin Children’s Christmas Fund’s annual fundraiser on November 12th, the 23rd Annual Veterans Day Golf Tournament at Dunedin Country Club.  Jackson may be in Cooperstown but Knowles […]

ENTRY FORM HERE 22nd VETERAN’S DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT

22nd VETERAN’S DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT benefiting  the DUNEDIN CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS FUND         “DUNEDIN’S BEST KEPT SECRET”      (Former Mayor Bob Hackworth) ENTRY FORM  RIGHT HERE                                           CHAIRMAN-EDDIE MICHELS                                                                                          CO-CHAIRMAN E-MAIL-KRZEDDIE@AOL.COM                                                                                        TOM GILBERT PHONE-727-510-7888 […]

DUNEDIN CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS FUND 2012 (Golf Entry Form)

BRIGHTENING OUR CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY SEASON SINCE 2001 DUNEDINCHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS FUND                                          “DUNEDIN’S BEST KEPT SECRET” (FORMER MAYOR BOB HACKWORTH)   MAILING ADDRESS-1596 S. EVERGREEN AVE. CLEARWATER, FL 33756 F OUNDED AUGUST 10, 2001 CHAIRMAN-EDDIE MICHELS                                                                                          CO-CHAIRMAN E-MAIL-KRZEDDIE@AOL.COM                                                                                        TOM GILBERT PHONE-727-510-7888       TO ALL PROSPECTIVE SPONSORS OF THE DUNEDIN CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS FUND…     […]

THE OTHER SIDE OF SPORTS (TOO) 10-27-2010

I woke up this morning and discovered that there was still baseball, the World Series.  It was actually mentioned on the front page of the St. Pete Times in the side bar at the fold.      Okay its two teams that aren’t big draws outside their markets (San Fran-Texas) but it’s the World Series and […]