On August 28th, OSHNA in conjunction with the Old Seminole Heights Preservation Consortium (OSHPC) held an event at Henry & Ola park to raise funds for replacing the degraded soccer goal posts in the park.
Eddie Oyakhilome of the EJJE Foundation conducted a free soccer clinic with the help of the University of Tampa Women's soccer team. Volunteers staffed a BBQ grill with hamburgers and hotdogs and healthy drinks and snacks for the children. About 40 kids in all showed up to enjoy the morning clinic.
Did you know that every game played by the City of Tampa's children's soccer league is played here in Seminole Heights at the Henry & Ola sports park? There are three fields, two with bleacher seating. Each field is a slightly different size to accomodate the various age of the players. Over the years, the City's parks department has welded together vari
City of Tampa Water day have changed.
Irrigation is not permitted between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Micro-irrigation and other low-volume irrigations on non-turf landscaping has no restrictions on days or times.
Last night we held our July eating meeting. The main course was chicken marsala and vegetarian lasagne from Reservations To Go. Ever since they moved into the area our eating meetings have gotten tastier. There were over 70 people in attendance and folks were enjoying themselves. The pot luck was quite a spread of good food too. Several new members joined that very evening--perhaps due to the incredible cooking.
Hillsborough County Sponsors Back-to-School
Physicals & Immunizations
Tampa, Fla. – (July 19, 2010) – Hillsborough County Public Schools and the Back to School Coalition of Hillsborough County is hosting opportunities for free physicals and immunizations on upcoming Saturdays.