There is a limited opportunity to have your ad placed in a premium spot in our brochure. These spots are limited and are being offered on a first come, first serve basis. Premium sponsors receive all of the benefits of a Gold Sponsor in addition to selecting a premium spot for their ad in our brochure. Benefits include: Ability to set up a display on tour day Front page listing in our newsletter, The Advisor, for 1 year Full page ad in our brochure 3 1/2 x 10 Name/logo on all local advertising Hyperlink from the OSHNA website to your website for 1 year Your ad in our award winning newsletter Logo on the back of the t-shirt as a sponsor 4 t-shirts 4 tickets to the tour 2 tickets to the pre-tour party Bungalow alerts 4 times in 12 months Listed on our banner the day of the tour Listed on all promotional material Select your preferred spot here. Premium Placement Sponsor Back Cover $1,500.00 USDInside Back Cover $1,250.00 USDInside facing Back Cover $1,250.00 USDInside Front Cover $1,250.00 USDInside facing Front Cover $1,250.00 USD
Our next quarterly meeting is Jan 28, 2020 and is a potluck. OSHNA will provide the meal. Bring a side dish (last name A-S) or dessert (T-Z) to share. Quarterly meetings are open to everyone. Our focus will be on the upcoming stormwater pipe replacement plans. Please join us. Doors open at 6:30 and meeting starts at 7. The meeting is being held at the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church located at 6111 N Central Ave.
THE CAUSE A locally famous historic landmark, the Sulphur Springs Water Tower is more than an architectural feature in our urban core; it is a place that lives in the memories of generations of Tampa residents and visitors. The surrounding River Tower Park beautifies the neighborhood and has become a gathering spot for the community to engage with each other and with the natural beauty of our city. The iconic tower has not seen a significant renovation since it was painted 30 years ago. After the City of Tampa purchased the tower, they added lights to the base. In addition to restoring the tower, the park needs love, too. Our urban communities are organized to ensure that the tower and park stand vibrantly for generations to come. THE HISTORY At a stunning 214 feet, the Sulphur Springs Water Tower has been a part of Tampa’s history since 1927. Josiah Richardson commissioned the tower as part of his development of “Mave’s Arcade,” which included the Sulphur Springs Hotel, apartments, and indoor shopping. Ripley’s Believe it or Not called the Arcade “a city under one roof” and named it the first indoor mall. The tower supplied drinking water to the area until… Read more“River Tower Festival 2019”
Teacher Appreciation Week May 6th – 10th! All of Seminole Heights would like to show our teachers and school staff just how much we appreciate them. Over the weeks leading up to May 6th, we will be purchasing supplies and making goodie bags for the school staff of these six Seminole Heights schools: Broward Elementary Cleveland Elementary Edison Elementary Foster Elementary Memorial Middle Seminole Elementary We’ve reached our donation goal to make this project a success; however, if you’d still like to donate for future events you can here: Additionally – for those interested, come out May 2, 6-9 pm to the SH United Methodist Church (6111 N Central Ave) to assist in “stuffing the bags”.