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• Fidelity National Financial, Inc. has donated $50,000 to the Cathedral Arts Project, which employs teachers to provide free instruction in dance, music and the visual arts at Jacksonville elementary schools and community organizations.

• Joe Perry, president of J.P. Perry Insurance, has been installed as the third president of the Rotary Club of San Jose. Pete Helow, with Empire Communications Group, is president-elect and vice president. Other officers include Calhoun Harris (secretary), Mike O’Brien (treasurer) and Ron Shamlaty (sergeant-at-arms). Jim Culp becomes the immediate past president. The Rotary Club of San Jose has approximately 40 members and meets every Wednesday evening at the San Jose Country Club.

• Junior Achievement will host its Back to School Bowl-A-Thon Saturday at 1 p.m. and Mandarin Bowl America and at 1 and 3 p.m. at the Southside Bowl America. All proceeds benefit Junior Achievement’s K-12 grade economic education programs. For details, call Robin Cartwright at 398-9944, Ext. 224.

• Suddath Relocation Systems has named Thomas Brown regional vice president of the Commercial Services Division within the state of Florida. In this newly developed position, Brown will focus on enhancing the commercial product line offered by Suddath Relocation’s eight service centers in Florida. Brown was most recently COO for Sorensen Moving & Storage in Orlando where he had full responsibility for three locations of Allied Van Lines’ largest Southeast agent.



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