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YMCA teen correspondents report on learning governmental process at State Capitol

The YMCA Youth in Government civic engagement program prepared the 31 students to represent Broward County and debate their bills on topics such as; child abuse prevention, environmental accountability, and firearm restrictions at the State Capitol Building ...

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The Lt. Col. Honorable Thaddeus “Thad” Hamilton (Ret.) was elected, County Wide, to Seat 1 of the Broward Soil and Water Conservation District (BSWCD).

On Jan. 9, 2013 the Honorable Thaddeus “Thad” Hamilton was sworn in on the Board of Supervisors of the Broward Soil and Water Conservation District by the Honorable Martin David Kiar, Broward County Commissioner District 1 ...

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How would you like to win a trip to New York to attend the 2013 professional football draft?

The Florida Lottery and the Miami Dolphins today announced a partnership to offer Lottery players a chance to win great prizes in the FANTASY 5® Football Draft Day Experience Promotion ...

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Hair salon host “Big Chop” party to cut off permed hair

One particular shop, Formula Salon, in Richmond, VA recently hosted an event called The Big Chop Party. During the event women came in to the shop to have their permed and chemically treated hair cut off so that they can start over and grow their hair naturally ...

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Community Paint and Beautification Day in Brownsville

Community Paint and Beautification Day, affectionately known as Paint Day, to “spread” hope and offer help ...

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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is an annual event, for children between the ages of 8 and 18, sponsored by the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation. ...

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Trash Talking

Trashco’s mission is to educate residents, businesses and municipalities about the environmental and health benefits of keeping trash receptacles and enclosures clean. Trashco cleans and sanitizes commercial dumpsters, trash compactors and residential garbage cans all across South Florida ...

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I Was A Slave, Plantation Life

Plantation Life ...

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Walk in the footsteps of Black Patriots at Valley Forge Park

What a difference! When I visited Valley Forge many years and many park units later and found that my Black ancestors were part of General Washington’s army that played such a definitive role in winning the Revolutionary War, I couldn’t believe I had never learned that in any history class or seen it in the media anywhere. ...

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FAMU, FIU, UCF and USF board of trustees application deadline extended to March 4!

Those interested in this intensive public service opportunity must complete an application and return it no later than March 4. ...

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