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FPMA Members 'Swarm' Across Florida for Communities on Saturday

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Florida Pest Management Association members gave back to their communities with the first “Community Swarm” Day on Saturday. Pest management companies from across the state provided a charitable donation of pest management services and/or volunteer hours.

| April 15, 2011

Florida Pest Management Association members gave back to their communities with the first “Community Swarm” Day on Saturday. Pest management companies from across the state provided a charitable donation of pest management services and/or volunteer hours.

Events for “Community Swarm Day,” April 16, 2011, included:

Central Florida:
Donated Service: Pest management services
Beneficiary: Give Kids the World, 210 South Bass Road. Kissimmee, FL 34746 Local Contact: Tom Jarzynka, 321-229-1610 (Massey Services)

South Florida:
Donated Service: Bee removal service
Beneficiary: New Friendship Living Facility,1352 Holly Heights Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Local Contact: John Cox, 954-829-4644 (JP Miller & Sons Services)

Donated Service: Fire ant control
Beneficiary: Bay Pines National Cemetery, St. Petersburg, FL (Start time: 9 AM) Local Contact: Barbara, 727-398-9426 (ABC Pest Control, SEC, Bayer)

Northeast Florida:
Donated Service: Volunteer work
Beneficiary: Little Smiles, Royal Palm Beach, FL Local Contact: Sandy Oswald, 561-676-1599 (Palm Coast Pest Control)

Northwest Florida:
Donated Service: Pest control and volunteer hours
Beneficiary: Raymond Williams Mission Center, 404 W James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL Local Contact: Jimmy Smith, 850-689-2988 (Cadenhead Services)

Donated Service: Highway clean-up
Beneficiary: Bay County Public Works Adopt-a-Highway Program, CR. 389, Panama, FL Local Contact: Glenda Smeby, 850-784-4050 (Brock Pest, John Deere Landscapes, Davis Exterminating, Swat Pest)
 

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