Pasco County Mosquito Control District presents: Your Mosquito Control
Pasco County Mosquito Control District (PCMCD) services all residents and business within the boundaries of Pasco County. There are many different elements to mosquito control and PCMCD takes pride in keeping equipment in great shape, readily available and sometimes modified for optimum use. Jillian will give a quick introduction while showcasing some of the tools and vehicles that are used throughout the county. She’ll discuss the different roles, how they decide when and where to spray, as well as the importance of mosquito control. PCMCD aims to control mosquitoes in their immature stages to provide a comfortable outdoor environment for citizens and reduce the threat of disease that can be transmitted by mosquitoes. Feel free to come by listen, check out vehicles, gather information, and ask questions.
‘FLY-IN’ for this Community Educational Talk by Jillian, Public Education & Information Officer.
Jillian Meek is the Public Education & Information Officer for Pasco County Mosquito Control Distric. She has a history of teaching and a background in marine science, with a love for animals, the ocean, and her family. Jillian is a ongoing fan of Hearwood Preserve and this will be her second presention here.
Need more info about PCMCD?
Contact: Jillian Meek • Certified Teacher
office: (727) 376-4568 (ext. 226)
- Free event
- Please bring water
- Wear closed-toe shoes or boots
- Sunscreen, hat, bug spray if you wish
- Slow walk and standing
Your RSVP is appreciated: (727) 376-5111
SATURDAY, JULY 30th
4100 Starkey Blvd.
TRINITY FL 34655
Feel free to come by and listen, check out vehicles,
gather information, ask questions –
See some live critters & there will be giveaways too!
Carve out some YOU time.
Every 3rd Saturday
Maria is a physician-scientist who has been a practitioner of mindfulness meditation for over 20 years. She will lead us with a combination of sitting and walking meditation, focusing on our breath and being in the present moment.
Read more about Maria here:
*Bring your own cushion, yoga mat or towel for sitting on floor if you wish.
Chairs are provided.
- Please enter wearing a face mask for the safety of yourself and others. Once sitting for meditation, you may remove the mask. If you feel unwell, are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms, or have been exposed to someone recently, please stay home.
- Please RSVP – space will be limited as we will maintain 6’ distance between household units during the meditation. (727) 376-5111 or Admin@HeartwoodPreserve.com
- No pets please. Only on-duty Certified Service Dogs are allowed. Even the very nicest of pets can be a disruption to others.
- Call us with any questions.
POSTPONED UNTIL END OF APRIL
Eat cake · drink coffee · and talk about DEATH!
Thursday evening, March 19, at 7:00 PM is our upcoming Death Cafe.
We are a discussion group with no agenda, no objectives, or themes.
*We are not a grief support or counselling session of any kind*
No, it’s not morbid nor depressing – If you don’t believe us, stop by and join in. (Or, Just come and observe!)
Death Cafes are a comfortable, free, opportunity for people to get together and talk about all aspects of the end of life in a non-judgmental and open way. Death Cafes play an important role in the Death-Positivity Movement.
Your Hostess: Diana Sayegh, Manager of Heartwood.
To find out more about Death Cafe in general, please visit their website www.DeathCafe.com
Questions about this event? Contact Diana at:
**Your RSVP is required, please message us here or call (727) 376-5111
4100 Starkey Blvd., Trinity
“Death is simply a shedding of the physical body like the butterfly shedding its cocoon. It is a transition to a higher state of consciousness where you continue to perceive, to understand, to laugh, and to be able to grow.” ~
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