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Healing Through Sailing Feb. 5

free, registration required
Soothe Our Souls (SOS), a nonprofit based in St. Pete Beach, invites those in need of healing and their caregivers to join them for a free sail on Boca Ciega Bay the first Sunday of each month. Next sall is Feb. 5. Registration is required. Visit https://www.sootheoursouls.org or call 727-360-7411.

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