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Bethel Church
1510 W Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, FL 33603
In Seminole Heights since the 1970s, this multi-ethnic church uses contemporary music, provides music instructionMore as part of its "Worship Arts" ministry, and offers child care during services. Senior Pastor Mike Tedder says the congregation totals about 350 people and growing. "We're a relevant and exciting place," he said.
Meals On Wheels of Tampa
550 W Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, FL 33603
Located just before the Hillsborough Avenue bridge, this organization, founded in 1975, serves not just Seminole HeightsMore but all of Tampa. About 500 volunteers deliver meals to about 550 homebound people and seniors daily, driving as far north as the Hillsborough-Pasco county line, as far south as Port Tampa, as far west as Westchase and as far east as Temple Terrace. The kitchen is open for public tours once or twice a month.
Wayne C. Papy Seminole Heights Athletic Center
6925 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
Home to the city's award-winning youth dance and gymnastics teams and the city's athletics office, the Wayne C. PapyMore Seminole Heights Athletic Center has served Tampa families for more than two decades. The center was expanded in 2004 to include a 7,800-square-foot gymnastics pit, a tumbling strip and equipment for all four Olympic events (vault, bar, balance beam and floor). Children's dance and gymnastics classes are available for ages 1-17. Parents can register a child through the Parks and Recreation Department's Web page or in person at the center. There is often a waiting list, as the classes are popular. Call 813-231-5273 for more information. The center also offers yoga for adults and Bunco for seniors. Contact the athletics office at 813-231-5270 to register for adult softball, baseball, sand volleyball and kickball, inline hockey, youth basketball, street hockey, flag football or soccer. The center is adjacent to the American Legion Park and directly across Florida Avenue from American Legion Post 611.