1 day ago

South Seminole Heights Civic Association

What an awesome event yesterday in South Seminole Heights! Thank you to all of our friends and neighbors who attended and a special thank you to our SSHCA Tresurer Dawn L Dayringer who was so gracious to open her home and pool to the community.

The food, beer (provided by Brew Bus Brewing and Florida Avenue Brewing Co), and music were great but the people made this event what it was. We live in an amazing community and are doing great things. Thanks everyone!

#LoveWhereYouLive #SeminoleHeights #SouthSeminoleHeights
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What a wonderful time thank you all people and compinies who made that such a special time.

Love my Seminole Heights..be back from St. Thomas late this week. Nice event!

It was a beautiful day to eat & meet everyone

#LoveWhereILive thank you Dawn! All around great food, great weather, great conversations. ❤️

Looks like everyone had an amazing time!

Looks like it was fun for all.

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2 days ago

South Seminole Heights Civic Association

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2 days ago

South Seminole Heights Civic Association

We’re all ready for the South Seminole Heights Pool Party this afternoon. Thank you to Brew Bus Brewing and Florida Avenue Brewing Co for supplying beverage. The association is also supplying sandwiches, water, and Gatorade for attendees!

Come meet neighbors, your association board, and relax in the pool or in the shaded deck space. Plenty of space for everyone!

For more details: www.facebook.com/events/147016739497917
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Why does it seem like the south Seminole heights association is WAY cooler than OSHNA???

Well be there

Location and time? Please

WOW! We are proud to announce that as of today the South Seminole Heights Civic Association has grown to over 200 members! 18 months ago we were hovering around 55 members and we continue to expand thanks to the influx of community support. A special thanks to Living Loving Tampa Team who signed up for a business membership today and was number 200!

We also want to thank Sandy Ray, a board delegate and our membership chair, who has worked tirelessly to help us reach this goal! We couldn't have done it without you.

Please share our association with your friends and neighbors, every new membership is an investment in South Seminole Heights and our efforts to improve our community. You can sign up at www.sshca.org/join.

Thanks everyone!
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WOW! We are proud to announce that as of today the South Seminole Heights Civic Association has grown to over 200 members! 18 months ago we were hovering around 55 members and we continue to expand thanks to the influx of community support. A special thanks to Living Loving Tampa Team who signed up for a business membership today and was number 200!

We also want to thank Sandy Ray, a board delegate and our membership chair, who has worked tirelessly to help us reach this goal! We couldnt have done it without you.

Please share our association with your friends and neighbors, every new membership is an investment in South Seminole Heights and our efforts to improve our community. You can sign up at www.sshca.org/join.

Thanks everyone!

 

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We have an amazing Board, from the President to the Delegates!

Due to space constraints in the summer issue of THE BANNER, an article about happenings at Broward Elementary had to be edited for space We thought that because this is a kind of ‘Back to School’ article and important, we would include the full article here on our Facebook page. Please see below for more details:
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SCHOOL’S OUT FOR THE SUMMER!!
The teachers and students at our neighborhood school are jumping for joy with several weeks of no school! Broward Elementary let out for students on May 25th, teachers a few days later. But, by the time you receive this issue of The Banner, the 2018-19 new school year will be fast approaching. The first day of school for students in Hillsborough County is August 10th, a Friday. Then, parents and guardians be on notice…there are 3 early release days in a row, …August 13th, 20th and the 27th, all Mondays. Don’t forget!

By all accounts, our historic Broward Elementary had a great year with things happening all the time. And thanks to our SSHCA neighbors, our Association was a part of it. There was the Halloween Fall Festival, Holiday parties, the Father-Daughter Dance, the Easter Egg Hunt (thanks to The Ladies of Rivercrest Park) the Broward Annual Spaghetti Dinner (a huge success!), Movies with Moms, trips to ballgames at Steinbrenner Field, awards ceremonies, guest speakers (Tampa Bay Lighting Foundation), a school supplies drive and more. As you can see, there is lots going on; educating students of course, but also some cool events. And more importantly, neighbors are stepping up and participating.

Volunteering at Broward
Some of our neighbors, participated this year as reading volunteers with students and we intend to grow our SSHCA Broward Volunteer cadre in the 2019-19 year. There have been several inquiries about volunteering and information about the volunteer process with Hillsborough Schools is included in the link is below. Those interested in volunteering during the 2018-19 school year should go to the link and fill out the appropriate forms. Once approved, we will accompany you to the school to meet the principal, etc.
Here is your link: www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/doc/1532

2018-19 School Year Registration
Registration for the upcoming 2018-19 school year is currently open. Students attending Broward should register at the school until June 29th, then again from July 9th until the beginning of school.

Parents and students should take advantage of the Hillsborough County annual The Back-2-School Health Fair for all students new to Hillsborough County, July 21st – August 4th. The purpose is to encourage early immunization practices, promote healthy life choices, increase parental involvement, provide information about community services to assist students new to Hillsborough County and meet the needs of uninsured or under-insured families. Events at the Fair target students entering kindergarten through high school. Students are provided with free school supplies such as backpacks, pens, paper, notebooks, and rulers in addition to health services such as immunization, vision screenings and school physicals—all requirements needed to attend schools in the Hillsborough County School District. During fairs, families have opportunities to meet with various school principals & teachers, community support agencies, sponsoring corporate representatives and partake in free school supplies (while supplies last), physical examinations (No Cost), immunizations (No Cost), HPV education tools, meet school administrators, engage community organizations, parent workshops, PTA registrations, and a host of activities that include entertainment, face painters, balloon makers and all around back to school fun! See the site for locations and dates; Go To: www.back2schoolfair.org/about-fairs

2018-19 SSHCA School Supplies Drive
SSHCA will again lead a school supplies drive for 2018-19. See our Facebook page for a list of what is needed. Supplies or monetary donations may be made up until August 24th. Drop off ‘centers will be the Red Star Rock Bar, Smoke Signals, both on Florida Avenue and of course at the school (in the computer room).

Broward Open House (WAITING ON DATE)
The Broward Open House will allow parents to meet with Principal Angela Livingston, School Counselor Renick Franklin who is ‘all things happening at the school; grants, partnerships, etc.’ and ‘Mr. E,’ the person who manages the After-School HOST program.

There are lots of opportunities for our members, everything from being a ‘reading buddy’ to assisting with teacher grants. If you are interested in working with Broward, a K-5 school, please contact anyone with SSHCA. We love your participation! Let’s all get involved in 2018-19 with Browardl! Go Tigers!!

Important Dates:
School registration ongoing
First Day of school August 10th
The Back-2-School Health Fair
Broward Open House
Million Father March
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1 week ago

South Seminole Heights Civic Association

Lots of vehicular accidents with property damage this week in Seminole Heights. 2 of these took place in South Seminole Heights. Between road rage, drunk driving, and distracted driving we can’t catch a break. Hopefully the rest of the weekend gets better. Be aware out there and please be safe! ... See MoreSee Less

Lots of vehicular accidents with property damage this week in Seminole Heights. 2 of these took place in South Seminole Heights. Between road rage, drunk driving, and distracted driving we can’t catch a break. Hopefully the rest of the weekend gets better. Be aware out there and please be safe!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Auto insurance is really gonna rise in the 03 & 04 zip codes.

What can I/we do to help these two people? I can't imagine it in your own home...

We need to write our city about laying the rules down harder than a citation. Like the case of those chasing each other and endangering lives and the child in the car, sad that something more was not done than a slap in the hand.

Homes and businesses being damaged by vehicles is very serious, concerning, don't recall this happening before.

Watch what part of the house your end you never know if a car will be coming through it

today is Friday july the 13

Wow I was there.It was crazy

Property insurance will too

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Major fire in the commercial building at the NW corner of MLK and North Blvd. make sure to avoid for now. Will report back once we have more details. ... See MoreSee Less

Major fire in the commercial building at the NW corner of MLK and North Blvd. make sure to avoid for now. Will report back once we have more details.

 

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Angela Roberts Nori Villalon ... careful with candles girls at the shop 😬

Stella Sussmann this isn’t your building is it.

Chuck Harlow that’s the mess I saw

Seth M. Lott

Geanette Diaz

Carla M Girone

Caitlin Rebecca

Lesa Alkire

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