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Yvette Michelle is awarded first place at the ninth annual Lauderdale Yacht Club Fine Art Fair

Las Olas Capital Arts is pleased to announce that the first artist to be exhibited in the Las Olas Capital Advisors office, Yvette Michele, was awarded with the First Place ribbon at the Lauderdale Yacht Club Fine Art Fair. ...

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Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies fatherhood mentoring program holds eighth annual graduation program: ‘There’s No Hood like FATHERHOOD!’

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies (HMHB) here in Broward County. Recently, 23 fathers participated in the eighth annual fatherhood mentoring program graduation ceremony on Jan. 27, 2016 at Joseph C. Carter Park in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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5000 Role Models of Excellence Project participates in the Annual MLK Parade and makes profound and heart wrenching statement

To symbolize the deep impact of gun violence on the community, students in white gloves carried child-sized caskets and rolled adult caskets along the entire route of the annual MLK parade. ...

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Native Floridian, returns home after pursuing her dream

Actress Martina Sykes, daughter of a preacher and a native Floridian, has returned home after pursuing her dream of becoming a star! ...

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Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s Greek Unity Day 2016

The Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church Family (Fort Lauderdale), and our dynamic Pastor, Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr., cordially invites the entire community to attend our 22nd Annual Greek Unity Day Observan ...

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BCPS to offer the SAT Exam free to all high school juniors

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) offers all high school juniors the opportunity to take the SAT, at no cost to students, on SAT School Day – April 12, 2016. SAT School Day, in partnership with the College Board, provides equal access to all juniors in preparation for college admissions and scholarship opportunities. ...

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Trailblazers to memorialize community builders with sculpture

Trailblazers to memorialize community builders with sculpture ...

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Journalist and social media marketer joins BSO

The Broward Sheriff’s Office is pleased to welcome Joy Oglesby to the Public Information Office. Before joining BSO, Oglesby worked as a social media and web content specialist at the international aid organization Food For The Poor, directing social-media strategy on six accounts with nearly 250,000 followers while increasing the charity’s online donations. ...

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