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BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS HOST ANNUAL ALUMNI REUNION AT MARLINS PARK
 

More than 100 guests enjoyed a late afternoon at the ballpark a few weeks ago as they celebrated the many accomplishments of yesteryear’s Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade’s former members during the organization’s third annual Alumni Reunion and Hall of Fame Induction. This year’s event was again hosted by the Marlins Foundation at Marlins Park. Six former club members were inducted to the clubs’ Alumni Hall of Fame and honored with an afternoon of food and... Read More »

 
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BRICKELL ENERGY NEWS CLIPS FILL FIRMS' 'WALL OF FAME'
 

Alejandro Burgana (left) and Mike Gibaldi are all charged up about their “Wall of Fame” featuring Brickell Energy news clips across multiple local editions of Miami's Community Newspapers. Brickell Energy is building the Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure in South Florida by bringing the aFLoat programs and financial incentives to condominiums, workplaces, colleges, and major... Read More »

 
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FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES REMEMBER MIAMI HEALTHCARE CHAMPION BILL ENRIGHT
 
When William “Bill” Enright III died on June 8 of a rare cancer of connective tissues called liposarcoma, the 70-year-old left behind a legacy of healthcare development in Miami. Having spent 35 years with Baptist Health South Florida, one of his biggest achievements, according to The Miami Herald came in 1998. That year, Enright helped lead a $14-million expansion of South Miami Hospital... Read More »
 
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ON OCT 5, FEMA WILL BE OFFERING CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL COMPANIES
 
The Miami office of the Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC) is hosting an exclusive conference to provide vendors with the resources necessary to identify and pursue Federal solicitations – specifically with FEMA in managing the Puerto Rico and Key West recovery. Entitled “Doing Business with FEMA - Region 2 & 4,” the conference... Read More »
 
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MAST ACADEMY STUDENTS LEARN THE DANGERS OF DISTRACTED DRIVING
 

Distracted driving is never okay. You’re never alone on the road, even when you are alone in your car. That is the message AT&T hopes its IT CAN WAIT Virtual Reality (VR) simulator drove home with MAST Academy students in Virginia Key. The simulator paid a visit to the school on Aug. 29, as part of AT&T’s IT CAN WAIT Virtual Reality Tour. The IT CAN WAIT VR simulation is designed to steer people away from smartphone driving distractions... Read More »

 
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