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PHOTOS: SPHA Winter Wonderland Event Delights SPHA Residents

Child smiling at Winter Wonderland event at The Legacy at Jordan Park.

By Nick Fokianos, SPHA Director of Communications

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - The St. Petersburg Housing Authority (SPHA) Asset Management Department transformed The Legacy at Jordan Park into a magical Winter Wonderland on March 14th, bringing joy to SPHA residents. The event, designed to foster community spirit, was a resounding success, with residents of all ages participating in various activities and enjoying the festive atmosphere.

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Live Better Medical Group hosted a lively game of BINGO, adding an element of friendly competition and camaraderie to the occasion. Residents eagerly filled their cards, hoping for a chance to win exciting prizes.

DJ Dondy spun tunes that had everyone dancing. His music resonated with attendees, adding an extra layer of joy and energy to the event.

SPHA extends our thanks to the American Heart Association - Florida, Help Me Grow Pinellas, and Tampa Bay Watch - Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center for their invaluable support and participation in making the Winter Wonderland event a memorable experience for all.

As the evening drew to a close, residents departed with smiles on their faces, cherishing the special moments shared during the event. The Winter Wonderland event exemplified SPHA's commitment to enhancing the lives of its residents and fostering a sense of community.




About The St. Petersburg Housing Authority (SPHA):

An independent quasi-governmental entity and a political subdivision of the State of Florida, operating under Chapter 421 Florida Statutes, SPHA is the local administrative agency for housing assistance programs funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). SPHA offers a variety of programs and services that provide affordable rental housing to low-income families, seniors, veterans, and the disabled in the greater St. Petersburg region. For more information, visit