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PUSH BUTTON DENTISTRY
 

For the uninitiated, the terms sound like high-tech products launched by Silicon Valley start-ups. In fact, they are among the latest dental procedures offered by Dr. Lawrence Lesperance in his South Gables dental practice. In addition to the most current technologies available in dentistry today, South Gables Dental also has in-office gum and root canal specialists−all combining to build... Read More »

 
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TWO BOY SCOUTS RECOGNIZED FOR ACHIEVING RANK OF EAGLE
 
With family, friends and community members present, Palmetto Bay Troop 711 honored Daniel Alayo and Daniel Gitlin who earned Eagle Scout, the highest rank possible in the Boy Scouts.The Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony was conducted on Sunday, July 30, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Because less than 4 percent of the Boy Scouts in the United States fulfill all the... Read More »
 
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PALMER TRINITY SCHOOL WELCOMES TWO NEW DIRECTORS TO DEVELOPMENT TEAM
 
Palmer Trinity School (PTS) has announced the addition of two new hires to its development team — George Montes as director of Annual Fund and Alexandra Cartaya as director of Alumni Relations. We are delighted for the addition of George and Alexandra to our dynamic development team,” stated Patrick Roberts, head of school. “They bring knowledge, skill and experience, and... Read More »
 
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PALMETTO BAY RESIDENTS TAKE LOCAL NEWSPAPER TO ALASKA
 

Palmetto Bay residents Steve and Gisela Moring (back row, left), Peter and Julie Weschler (back row, center), Rhona Chabot and Patti Gega are pictured on an Alaska cruise celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of Donna and Chuck Latshaw (front center). A total of 40 friends and family spent 10 days of fun and exploration in the beautiful state of Alaska... Read More »

 
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FIU JOINS NATIONAL MOVEMENT TO REDUCE HIGH COST OF BOOKS
 

College students spend on average between $600 and $1,400 on textbooks each year, according to the College Board. These costs contribute to mounting student debt and cause some students to take longer than four years to graduate. Florida International University (FIU) has put in place a number of measures to help students manage costs and graduate on time, including some specifically aimed at reducing the cost of books. The latest... Read More »

 
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