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Are you spending more time shopping online because of the current events? If you find yourself often navigating to Amazon.com you can make a small change that makes a big impact by instead visiting AmazonSmile.com.

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

We hope that you would choose the South Seminole Heights Civic Association as the beneficiary of your increased shopping habits! By doing so you support the local community, neighborhood improvement projects, special events and charitable giving of your local neighborhood association!

If you have any questions send us an email to info@sshca.org. We hope we can count on you to make a small change, so that all that small change will add up to a big local impact!

Thank you!

Your SSHCA Board
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Are you spending more time shopping online because of the current events? If you find yourself often navigating to Amazon.com you can make a small change that makes a big impact by instead visiting AmazonSmile.com.

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

We hope that you would choose the South Seminole Heights Civic Association as the beneficiary of your increased shopping habits! By doing so you support the local community, neighborhood improvement projects, special events and charitable giving of your local neighborhood association!

If you have any questions send us an email to info@sshca.org. We hope we can count on you to make a small change, so that all that small change will add up to a big local impact!

Thank you!

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Our association would like to say THANK YOU to Steve Swiger, who has worked tirelessly as the Vice President of the SSHCA over the last 3+ years. Steve and his family have been South Seminole Heights residents for 22 years, but the time has come for them to move closer to family. Steve has mad a major impact on our association overseeing our committee chairs, executing the recent car show, raising money for Broward Elementary School and being a voice for our residents.

We can't show enough appreciation and gratitude to Steve for the friendships he has fostered and the leadership he has shown as a board member. You have been a great example to all of our residents!

Below is a message from Steve as he starts the next chapter with his family:

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"It is with a heavy heart that I have tendered my resignation as Vice President of the SSHCA today as we have sold our home and moved out of the neighborhood.

The past three and a half years as a member of the Executive Board have been, by and large, a wonderful experience and I appreciate the friendships that have been made and the commitment I have seen from so many to this wonderful neighborhood. It has been our home for 22 years and the only home my boys have ever known. Our decision to move out of the neighborhood was a difficult one, and we will miss the neighbors, parks, and restaurants as well as our house. However, we still have family and great friends in the neighborhood and will not be strangers.

Thank you for the opportunity and your confidence to serve along side the amazing SSHCA board, and thank you especially to Stephen for his continued leadership.

Best Regards to all of you, Stay Safe, Stay Well, and I look forward to seeing you soon!"
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Our association would like to say THANK YOU to Steve Swiger, who has worked tirelessly as the Vice President of the SSHCA over the last 3+ years. Steve and his family have been South Seminole Heights residents for 22 years, but the time has come for them to move closer to family. Steve has mad a major impact on our association overseeing our committee chairs, executing the recent car show, raising money for Broward Elementary School and being a voice for our residents. 

We cant show enough appreciation and gratitude to Steve for the friendships he has fostered and the leadership he has shown as a board member. You have been a great example to all of our residents!

Below is a message from Steve as he starts the next chapter with his family:

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It is with a heavy heart that I have tendered my resignation as Vice President of the SSHCA today as we have sold our home and moved out of the neighborhood.

The past three and a half years as a member of the Executive Board have been, by and large, a wonderful experience and I appreciate the friendships that have been made and the commitment I have seen from so many to this wonderful neighborhood. It has been our home for 22 years and the only home my boys have ever known. Our decision to move out of the neighborhood was a difficult one, and we will miss the neighbors, parks, and restaurants as well as our house. However, we still have family and great friends in the neighborhood and will not be strangers.

Thank you for the opportunity and your confidence to serve along side the amazing SSHCA board, and thank you especially to Stephen for his continued leadership.

Best Regards to all of you, Stay Safe, Stay Well, and I look forward to seeing you soon!

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Thank you Steve for all you did for us!!

You are the best!

Steve, I am really proud of you son!

Great job Brew Bus Brewing! #supportlocalOver the last 4 weeks we have been forced to change how our entire business operates. Like many other breweries and businesses around the world we made the difficult decision to lay off some of our staff while reducing pay for the ones remaining.

As many of you know, we have been offering 33% of our curbside sales back to the employees that were let go during this time. With the amazing support of our community we have raised over $7,500 for our affected employees; including some Publix gift cards purchased by RIP ITT Foundation, Inc and loyal Brew Bus Customer, Roy Labrador.

We are grateful for the love and support you have given us over the last few weeks and want to thank you for your continued loyalty. We love our community and we will get through this together!

We will continue offering curbside service every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 1pm-6pm. If you can’t wait until Thursday, you can find our beer at your local retail location. Follow this link to find Brew Bus beer near you: Find.brewbususa.com
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Great job Brew Bus Brewing! #SupportLocal

General Meeting Reminder:

Locally and across the nation Americans have had to adjust the way they work, live and play as a result of the COVID-19 Virus. Many have now gotten used to working from home, utilizing grocery pick-up or delivery and finding social interaction through unconventional outlets. Similarly, the South Seminole Heights Civic Association (SSHCA) must adjust how we operate and communicate with our residents. As such, this month, which is typically a time when residents get together for our April General Meeting, will require us to host our meeting via phone/online (log in details are below). However, the meeting date, time, format and guest speakers will remain the same. This month features:

Thomas Ries - Ecosphere Restoration Institute
Thomas will be providing updates on the Ignacio Haya Linear Park Shoreline Restoration Project. This long overdue project is finally getting ready to commence. Thomas will provide insight about what residents can expect as well as project timelines.

Nanette O'Hara - Seminole Heights Flood Relief Project
The City of Tampa is embarking on a major stormwater improvement project to reduce frequent flooding in Southeast Seminole Heights. The project will involve the construction of new box culverts and new or upgraded pipes, inlets and interconnections in portions of each of the three Heights neighborhoods. Nanette will be providing information about the impact to South Seminole Heights and the timeline of the project.

South Seminole Heights Civic Association
April General Meeting
Wednesday, 4/15/2020
6:30 pm

Log in via computer: tinyurl.com/uzjrdqp
Log in via phone: 888 475 4499
Meeting ID: 963 6872 6309

If you are planning to attend the meeting, please log in 5-10 minutes early to allow time in case you have any technical issues. You can log in via phone or via computer. All participants will be muted to prevent distractions or issues. You must be logged in via computer to ask questions. We will take questions via the chat function in the video conference. If you have any issues or would like to submit questions prior please email info@sshca.org.
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General Meeting Reminder: 

Locally and across the nation Americans have had to adjust the way they work, live and play as a result of the COVID-19 Virus. Many have now gotten used to working from home, utilizing grocery pick-up or delivery and finding social interaction through unconventional outlets. Similarly, the South Seminole Heights Civic Association (SSHCA) must adjust how we operate and communicate with our residents. As such, this month, which is typically a time when residents get together for our April General Meeting, will require us to host our meeting via phone/online (log in details are below). However, the meeting date, time, format and guest speakers will remain the same. This month features:

Thomas Ries - Ecosphere Restoration Institute
Thomas will be providing updates on the Ignacio Haya Linear Park Shoreline Restoration Project. This long overdue project is finally getting ready to commence. Thomas will provide insight about what residents can expect as well as project timelines. 

Nanette OHara - Seminole Heights Flood Relief Project
The City of Tampa is embarking on a major stormwater improvement project to reduce frequent flooding in Southeast Seminole Heights.  The project will involve the construction of new box culverts and new or upgraded pipes, inlets and interconnections in portions of each of the three Heights neighborhoods. Nanette will be providing information about the impact to South Seminole Heights and the timeline of the project. 

South Seminole Heights Civic Association
April General Meeting
Wednesday, 4/15/2020
6:30 pm 

Log in via computer: https://tinyurl.com/uzjrdqp
Log in via phone: 888 475 4499
Meeting ID: 963 6872 6309

If you are planning to attend the meeting, please log in 5-10 minutes early to allow time in case you have any technical issues. You can log in via phone or via computer. All participants will be muted to prevent distractions or issues. You must be logged in via computer to ask questions. We will take questions via the chat function in the video conference. If you have any issues or would like to submit questions prior please email info@sshca.org.

1 month ago

Tim Herrmann

Anyone see the snack bus at Plymouth park? We were there at 9:30, but no one was there. Anyone live within eye-shot able to put a post when it is up? Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

The April General Meeting will be held online! For more details about how to call or log in please check out our recent email to residents! Meeting is tomorrow (4/15/20) at 6:30 pm. - mailchi.mp/1bb462bcbc51/april-general-meeting-now-online-4152020 ... See MoreSee Less

The April General Meeting will be held online! For more details about how to call or log in please check out our recent email to residents! Meeting is tomorrow (4/15/20) at 6:30 pm.  - https://mailchi.mp/1bb462bcbc51/april-general-meeting-now-online-4152020

2 months ago

Sharlene Hartford

Seminole Heights Cares Phone Tree

Hello Neighbors,

Seminole Heights Cares about the well-being of our residents. We are concerned about our home bound elderly or at-risk individuals who live alone during this CoVid 19 Virus Outbreak. We are trying to locate those folks, including those not on Facebook, who don’t have anyone to check in on them every day. Every eligible person who asks will join a daily neighborhood call tree, accept and make one phone call per day to let us know they are OK. There are 3 qualifications:

1. You must live in OSHNA, SSH, SESH or Hampton Terrace to participate.
2. You are physically well enough to receive and make one phone call per day.
3. You send us an email to SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to ask to participate. Include:

*Participant’s Name
*Specific Neighborhood where you live
*Age (optional)
*Phone Number
*Home Address

Please be advised, if any participant doesn’t answer or make their required call, we will call non-emergency TPD to request a wellness check on that person.

Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers who have stepped up to be a team lead in their own neighborhoods, including Mona Roberson – Hampton Terrace, Cara Davis – SESH, Martha McNamee – North OSHNA, Brenda Balla – South OSHNA and Cal Albritton – South Seminole Heights

I have a form I can email you that you could print and take to someone without email access to complete, then you can scan and email back to me.

Once the phone tree in an area exceeds 10 people, we will need additional volunteers to head up a list, so it doesn’t become unmanageable. Please email me SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to let me know if you are interested in helping and include your name, neighborhood, phone number, address and email address.

Thank you and if you have any questions, please let me know.
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Seminole Heights Cares Phone Tree

Hello Neighbors,

Seminole Heights Cares about the well-being of our residents. We are concerned about our home bound elderly or at-risk individuals who live alone during this CoVid 19 Virus Outbreak. We are trying to locate those folks, including those not on Facebook, who don’t have anyone to check in on them every day. Every eligible person who asks will join a daily neighborhood call tree, accept and make one phone call per day to let us know they are OK. There are 3 qualifications:

1. You must live in OSHNA, SSH, SESH or Hampton Terrace to participate.
2. You are physically well enough to receive and make one phone call per day.
3. You send us an email to SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to ask to participate. Include:

*Participant’s Name
*Specific Neighborhood where you live
*Age (optional)
*Phone Number 
*Home Address

Please be advised, if any participant doesn’t answer or make their required call, we will call non-emergency TPD to request a wellness check on that person. 

Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers who have stepped up to be a team lead in their own neighborhoods, including Mona Roberson – Hampton Terrace, Cara Davis – SESH, Martha McNamee – North OSHNA, Brenda Balla – South OSHNA and Cal Albritton – South Seminole Heights

I have a form I can email you that you could print and take to someone without email access to complete, then you can scan and email back to me. 

Once the phone tree in an area exceeds 10 people, we will need additional volunteers to head up a list, so it doesn’t become unmanageable. Please email me SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to let me know if you are interested in helping and include your name, neighborhood, phone number, address and email address.

Thank you and if you have any questions, please let me know.

Have a little fun during quarantine and tell us:

Do you prefer this... or that?

Screen shot this. Mark it up with your answers and then add it to your story!
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Have a little fun during quarantine and tell us: 

Do you prefer this... or that?

Screen shot this. Mark it up with your answers and then add it to your story!

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All of the above

Taco Bus? Smh

Melissa

2 months ago

Sharlene Hartford

Seminole Heights Cares Phone Tree

Hello Neighbors,

Seminole Heights Cares about the well-being of our residents. We are concerned about our home bound elderly or at-risk individuals who live alone during this CoVid 19 Virus Outbreak. We are trying to locate those folks, including those not on Facebook, who don’t have anyone to check in on them every day. Every eligible person who asks will join a daily neighborhood call tree, accept and make one phone call per day to let us know they are OK. There are 3 qualifications:

1. You must live in OSHNA, SSH, SESH or Hampton Terrace to participate.
2. You are physically well enough to receive and make one phone call per day.
3. You send us an email to SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to ask to participate. Include:

*Participant’s Name
*Specific Neighborhood where you live
*Age (optional)
*Phone Number
*Home Address

Please be advised, if any participant doesn’t answer or make their required call, we will call non-emergency TPD to request a wellness check on that person.

Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers who have stepped up to be a team lead in their own neighborhoods, including Mona Roberson – Hampton Terrace, Cara Davis – SESH, Martha McNamee – North OSHNA, Brenda Balla – South OSHNA and I will cover SSH.

I have a form I can email you that you could print and take to someone without email access to complete, then you can scan and email back to me.

Once the phone tree in an area exceeds 10 people, we will need additional volunteers to head up a list, so it doesn’t become unmanageable. Please email me SeminoleHeightsCares@gmail.com to let me know if you are interested in helping and include your name, neighborhood, phone number, address and email address.

Thank you and if you have any questions, please let me know.
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