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Clearwater Community Volunteer Ladies

What are “The CCV Ladies” up to Now? Supporting Our Troops and More…

“We are making something called ‘coolie ties’—5,600 of them to be exact—for the troops in Iraq. They are basically tubes that tie around the neck and have little pellets in them (the kind you can put in your plants). When you soak them in water, the pellets expand and hold onto the water and voila - you have a cool neck!”

Published in Pinellas County
Thursday, 15 May 2008 15:16

Pangea Café & International Market

Inside Pangea.jpg THE NEW PLACE TO BE…
In Downtown Clearwater!

  Just a month ago, “Pangea Café & International Market” opened at the corner of N. Fort Harrison Ave. and Laura St., in one of the historic brick buildings owned by Jon Heneghan and Geri Aranjo. 

  Pangea’s is not your run-of-the-mill café & market. From the moment you enter you will be captivated by an ambiance like no other around.

  Upon your first visit, your jaw and eyes will need a little time to return to their natural positions.  You’ll view beautiful brick walls, hard wood floors and unique furniture from Sweden and the US. 


Published in Pinellas County