TAMPA - Here are five things you need to know happening in Florida on Monday, September 30.
(1) Hillsborough County solid waste collection change
Hillsborough County wants to remind county homeowners that pickup schedules for garbage, recycling and yard waste are changing starting on Monday.
Beginning today, three-quarters of residents of the County's Solid Waste service area will have different collection schedules and two-thirds will have different service providers. The changes are being implemented with the arrival of the new automated collection trucks.
Residential customers will continue to have the same collection frequency: twice weekly for garbage, once weekly for recycling, and once weekly for yard waste.
For more information about the new collection service, call (813) 272-5680 or visit www.HillsboroughCounty.org/TalkTrash .
(2) 3rd annual Schenecker Memorial Fund Scholarship Drive
The six Tampa Bay area GrillSmith restaurants are hosting their 3rd annual Schenecker Memorial Fund Scholarship Drive beginning on Monday.
Today through October 4, a portion of total sales from the restaurants will be donated to Calyx and Beau Schenecker Memorial Fund.
The fund was established in 2011 by Calyx and Beau's father, Parker Schnecker, after their murder. It provides leadership, athletic and performing arts opportunities for promising Tampa Bay area teenagers.
Last year the scholarship drive raised $8,500 for the memorial fund.
(3) Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis murder trial
The South Florida trial for two men accused of ordering the murder of Konstantinos "Gus" Boulis in 2001 is scheduled to begin on Monday.
Boulis founded the Miami Subs restaurant chain and also ran the SunCruz Casinos cruise fleet. Prosecutors say Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello and Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari ordered the mob-style murder of Boulis amidst a power struggle over the casino cruise fleet.
A third man, who pled guilty to murder conspiracy in the case last year, is expected to testify for the state.
(4) Eat to the Beat Concert Series
The Go-Go's, one of America's most successful all-female rock bands performs in concert at Walt Disney World on Monday at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.
They will play three concerts today at Tuesday at 5:30, 6:45 and 8:00 p.m.
The group was founded in 1978 and received mainstream success in 1981 with their double-platinum album Beauty And The Beat. The Go-Go's became the first all-female band to top the Billboard album charts who wrote their own songs and played their own instruments.
The Go-Go's broke up in 1985 only reunite five years later to play a benefit concert. Since 1999, they have toured regularly.
To learn more about the Go-Go's, visit the band's official website at www.gogos.com .
(5) Glazer Children's Museum anniversary
The Glazer Children's Museum is wrapping up celebrating its third anniversary on Monday by offering a great admissions deal for both children and adults.
September 30 is the last day the museum is offering a $5 anniversary celebration admission price. Normal admission prices are $9.50 for children and $15 for adults.
The Glazer's Children's Museum offers over 170 interactivities in 12 themed areas for children to explore.
For more information, call (813) 443-3861 or visit glazermuseum.org .
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