Back to school health clinic heading to Plant City; Newly-renovated Children’s Board Family Resource Center to hold Grand Opening in Plant City; Plant City Photo Archives’ intern receives certification
Back to school health clinic heading to Plant City
The Back-2-School Coalition of Hillsborough County serves students entering kindergarten through high school grade levels who are in need of a school physical, immunization and shot records update for school enrollment. The no-cost event will offer physicals and immunizations from local health and medical partners in addition to eye exams, dental screenings, hearing screenings, one book bag filled with grade-specific school supplies per child and access to programs and services offered by local community and health agencies. You must pre-register for the event. For more information visit www.back2schoolhealthclinic.org
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Plant City at 1601 West Timberlane Dr. on Saturday, July 17 and in Dover at 3035 Nelson Ave. on Wednesday, July 21.
Newly-renovated Children’s Board Family Resource Center to hold Grand Opening in Plant City
Since 2013, the Children’s Board Family Resource Center in Plant City has offered programs and services to children of all abilites, looking to ensure that they are healthy and safe, on track developmentally, have quality family support and are ready to learn before they head to kindergarten.
On Friday, July 16 at 9:30 a.m., the Children’s Board Family Resource Center will hold the Grand Opening for their newly renovated Plant City location, a 7,900 square foot building that provides universal services including developmental playgroups and health and safety education classes. In addition, the Glazer Children’s Museum will be providing exhibits for the event that will allow parents and kids the opportunity to learn through play, with the services coming at no cost to Hillsborough County Residents.
The mission of the Children’s Board is to invest in quality programs to support the success of all children and families in Hillsborough County.
Plant City Photo Archives’ intern receives certification
Plant City Photo Archives Intern, Erin Schulte, has completed the Internship Program at the Photo Archives and History Center and has received her certificate for exceptional completion of the Intensive Internship Program, along with a certificate from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) for her completion of the Basics of Archives course.
Schulte graduated from the Intensive Internship Program on July 1 following the conclusion of the internship program that ran from February through June.
The AASLH Basics of Archives course, which is part of the Photo Archives’ Intensive Internship Program, is a four-week online course covering all aspects of archival activity and procedures.
Schulte is a graduate of Plant City High School and received her B.A., Summa Cum Laude, from Florida State University with a major in Interdisciplinary Humanities. She will begin a Disney College Program Internship in Orlando starting later in the month.
In addition to learning archival practices and procedures, at the Photo Archives Schulte worked on historical criticism, epistemology, cosmology, research resources, data collection, and historical writing.
Along with on-site learning, Schulte also participated in field trips to the Polk County History Center and the Florida Southern College McKay Archives. Photo Archives Sr. Executive Director Gil Gott complimented Schulte on her dedication and outstanding job performance.