SAFETY HARBOR – The city of Safety Harbor has been planning, designing and soliciting donations for a 9/11 memorial to incorporate a piece of steel acquired from the World Trade Center attack. The memorial will be located on Main Street between City Hall and the fire station. The city has nearly met its goal but still seeks private donations or in-kind services.
The city commission’s goal is to raise 100 percent of the funds from private donations and in-kind services and hopes to complete construction by Sept. 11 of this year, with a dedication ceremony on the same date. The total project cost is $55,000. The city is roughly $10,000 short of the goal.
If anyone wishes to donate, checks may be made out to the city of Safety Harbor with 9/11 Memorial noted on the memo line. Checks can be mailed to the city of Safety Harbor Attn: Fire Department, 750 Main Street, Safety Harbor, 34695.
SAFETY HARBOR – Adults can celebrate the joy of reading at the Safety Harbor Public Library this summer, Wednesday, June 18 through Friday, July 18. By reading or listening to a book and sharing a review, people will be eligible to win one of six weekly prizes and be entered into a grand prize drawing. Simply fill out an entry slip for each book read or listened to and drop the form at the library. People also can enter online at www.safetyharborlibrary.com. Prizes are made possible by the Friends of the Safety Harbor Library.
Musical theater camp offered at Rigsby Center
SAFETY HARBOR – Join POSH Drama Club and Standing Ovation for two weeks of theatrical fun. Music, singing and dancing will result in a masterful production for friends and family to enjoy. Auditions for acting and singing roles will be held Monday, July 7, 6 to 8 p.m., at the Rigsby Center, 605 Second St. N. The two-week camp will run Monday, July 21 through Thursday, July 31 for ages 10 to 17, 1 to 4 p.m. and will be held at Safety Harbor Elementary, 535 Fifth Ave. N. Email Julie Inman at email@example.com or call 724-1545, ext. 1152.