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Sunday, Sep 21, 2014

Plant City Courier

Diabetes management series starts Sept. 15

PLANT CITY South Florida Baptist Hospital will offer a series of weekly classes on diabetes management starting Monday.
Published: 09/09/14
Gospel quartet plays Sunday at Seffner church

Gospel quartet plays Sunday at Seffner church

SEFFNER CrossFire Gospel Quartet will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday at Mango Church of God, 5306 McCranie St., Seffner.
Published: 09/11/14

Dover church celebrating landmark

DOVER Syndey Baptist Church will celebrate its 105-year history with Sunday homecoming festivities that include dinner on the grounds.
Published: 09/10/14

Plant City area Girl Scouts need more leaders

PLANT CITY The Girl Scouts of West Central Florida is seeking adults who are willing to serve as leaders – and role models for the girls.
Published: 09/08/14

Women’s conference Sept. 20 at Plant City church

PLANT CITY The Women’s Mission of St. Mary’s Community Church is holding its annual women’s conference from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Sept. 20.
Published: 09/06/14

Days numbered for Wi-Fi in Plant City park

PLANT CITY The city plans to terminate free Wi-Fi service in downtown’s McCall Park in October.
Published: 09/09/14
Turkey Creek High Gobblers plan annual picnic next month

Turkey Creek High Gobblers plan annual picnic next month

PLANT CITY Graduates of Turkey Creek High School will hold their annual alumni picnic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 4.
Published: 09/06/14

Annual meeting Sept. 27 on historic cemetery

PLANT CITY – Hopewell Church Old Cemetery Inc.’s annual meeting and picnic will be held at noon Sept. 27 at Hopewell Baptist Church, 6001 S. County Road 39.
Published: 09/04/14
Sign up now for Nov. 1 Plant City mud run

Sign up now for Nov. 1 Plant City mud run

PLANT CITY – Advance, discounted registration is now available for a Nov. 1 obstacle mud run that helps two charities.
Published: 09/10/14

Lofstrom: Drunk driving still a serious concern

On a Wednesday morning in February, Keith Davis was working his route delivering The Tampa Tribune newspaper. Before he could make his next delivery, Davis was dead.
Published: 09/04/14