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CHILDREN’S DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT CENTER PATIENT, 10-YEAR-OLD DOUBLE AMPUTEE, BRIAN DOUGLAS INSPIRED CROWD AT 5K 4 KIDS RACE

CHILDREN’S DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT CENTER PATIENT, 10-YEAR-OLD DOUBLE AMPUTEE, BRIAN DOUGLAS INSPIRED CROWD AT 5K 4 KIDS RACE ...

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Broward Virtual School named Middle School National Finalist in 2014 Siemens ‘We Can Change the World Challenge’

Broward Virtual School (BVS) on recently being named Middle School National Finalist of the 2014 Siemens," We Can Change the World Challenge. ...

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Former NBA player Keyon Dooling teams up with community activist Joe Toliver to form Dooling Enterprises

Author, life coach, motivational speaker and former NBA Player Keyon Dooling teams up with Joe Toliver, avid community activist, to form Dooling Enterprises for a conglomerate of business ventures. These two South Florida natives have also chosen to keep philanthropy at the core of their business model. ...

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Council approves increased funding for Special Needs Children in Summer Care

Children’s Services Council of Broward County (CSC) approved additional funding of 22 slots for summer camps at the YMCA of Broward County and Smith Community Mental Health, allowing for a total of 380 children with special needs to attend. ...

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Free dental services to be provided May 23

Pompano Beach Family Dentistry will be improving the oral health of veterans as part of Veteran’s Free Dentistry Day, a day dedicated to providing dental care to deserving veterans in our community. ...

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The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum in St. Augustine, Florida “Honoring The Legacy: A Tribute To African Americans In Golf”

The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum in St. Augustine, Florida "Honoring The Legacy: A Tribute To African Americans In Golf” ...

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New businesses arrive on historic Sistrunk Boulevard

The City of Fort Lauderdale Northwest Progresso Flagler Heights CRA is pleased to welcome The Business Executive Center to historic Sistrunk Boulevard. ...

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Students from Miami Edison Senior High selected to participate in Pathways to Progress

Students attending Miami Edison Senior High don’t have to fret any longer over obtaining summer employment because twenty five of them have already been selected as the recipients of a prestigious grant from the Citi Foundation, which allows them to participate in the highly distinguished Pathways to Progress summer youth employment program. ...

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