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Published on 11 July 2014 in Events
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2014 East Lake High School Team Baseball Camp Held by Head Coach Dan Genna and ELHS Coaching Staff 

Tues.–Thur., Aug. 5–7, 9 AM–12 PM––The camp will be at East Lake High School and is open to only to incoming freshman to seniors that are attending ELHS. 

Early Registration Special: $40 if registered before Aug. 1 Regular Registration: $50 Make check payable to: East Lake Baseball Boosters. Mail check and registration form to: East Lake High School, c/o Dan Genna, 1300 Silver Eagle Dr, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688. 
 
Camp Highlights: Individual Instruction; Team Fundamentals; Games; Drills & Skills; HS/Collegestyle Workouts; Guest Speakers Camp Notes: Campers should wear baseball pants. Campers should wear cleats but bring tennis shoes. Campers will need to bring snack. Concession stand will be open for water, Gatorade and sunflower seeds. Online, go to eastlakebaseball.biz for forms or email dgenna@tampabay.rr.com
 

SCUBAnauts Meetings 

2nd Thurs., Monthly, 6:30– 8:30 PM––SCUBAnauts International (SNI) is a scuba club for ages 12–18. The mission of SNI is to guide young men and women, ages 12–18, along an exciting pathway for personal development by involving them in the marine sciences through underwater marine research activities such as special environmental and undersea conservation projects that builds character, promotes active citizenship, and develops effective leadership skills. 

The Tarpon Springs chapter of SCUBAnauts meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. as follows: Aug. 14th, Sept. 11th, Oct. 9th, Nov. 13th, & Dec. 11th. All meetings are at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection at 1555 Windmill Pointe Road in Palm Harbor. 

 

East Lake Community Library Book Launch Reception 

Fri., July 25th, 6 –7:45 PM––Author Deanna Bennett will celebrate the release of Anna: American Journey, the second book in Deanna’s trilogy about an immigrant girl coming to America in 1914. All are welcome to the book launch and reception for refreshments and to also purchase books autographed by the author.

 
Author Showcase Events 

Tues., July 15th, 6:30–7:45 PM––Lynn S. Combes’ first daughter died at the age of five. Her grieving experience spawned the book Garden Full of Butterflies. The characters are ten-year-old Marissa whose mother has died and Mrs. Chancey, a kindly neighborhood woman who also lost loved ones. Mrs. Chancey takes Marissa under her wing and shares her flower garden and its butterflies with the young girl. In the garden their relationship grows and helps them both deal with loss. 
 
Tues., Aug. 19th, 6:30–7:45 pm––Beth Goehringer has 2 books in a “fire” trilogy. The first is Fuel for the Fire, the second is Blood and Fire. The Fire Trilogy portrays life in a world increasingly ordered by a global government as the planet convulses with earthquakes, disease, corruption and war hurtling ever closer to what appears to be the end of the age. 
 

Nar-Anon Meetings 

The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. As a 12-step program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength and hope (Naranonfl.org and Help Line: 1-888-947-8885). 

Tuesdays 6:45 PM––All Saints Church, 1700 Keystone Rd., Tarpon Springs 

Saturdays 10 AM––United Methodist Church, 207 Buckingham Ave., Oldsmar 
 
Wednesdays 8 PM––Asbury United Methodist Church, 4204 Thys Rd., New Port Richey. *NEW NARATEEN MEETING 
 
Mondays 7 PM––Crystal Beach Community Hall, 517 Crystal Beach Ave., Palm Harbor 

Mondays, 7 PM––Turning Point, Mary Martha Bldg., 6227 Sheldon Rd., Tampa. 

Tuesdays, 7 PM––Hope Church, 5107 Lutz Lake Fern Rd., Lutz *Narateen same location, day, time
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