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Anthony High closed. Steve Timko, No. 2 on the list, announced he would retire as the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association executive direction. TAMPA BAY Tampa Bay Lightning chairman and governor Jeff Vinik will reach two significant milestones in his ownership of the Lightning franchise this week as the Lightning host the Calgary Flames on Saturday, February 29 and the Boston Bruins on Tuesday, March 3. First, the Lightning’s Community Hero Program, which is solely supported by Jeff and Penny Vinik, will reach the $20 million mark when the team honors its 397th hero during the first period of Saturday afternoon’s game against Calgary. Second, March 3, 2020 marks the 10 year anniversary of Vinik’s purchase of the Lightning franchise, the leasehold rights to AMALIE Arena and approximately six acres of adjacent land..