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GKBA SEEKING NEW CANDIDATES FOR THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN 2019
 
Have you ever wanted to serve the Greater Kendall Business Association in a larger capacity than as a member or trustee? Would you be interested in joining our leadership team? We are seeking motivated, committed, forward-thinking... Click Here
 
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DCMA MAKES HISTORY WITH INSTALLATION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE PRESIDENT
 

The Dade County Medical Association (DCMA) Board of Directors recently announced that Dr. Barbara Montford is the new president of the association. Dr. Montford is the first African-American female to serve as president of this legendary institution. The immediate past president Dr. Ravelo expressed his confidence in Dr. Montford’s election to the presidency of the DCMA, telling the audience at the presidential installation that she will take the association to the next level. “She will continue building the dream that DCMA has pursued for years,” Dr. Ravelo said. During her inauguration speech, Dr. Montford shared her plans for her time in office. Among her goals... Read More »

 
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THE BRICK MIAMI BREAKS GROUND: BRINGS SCHOOLYARD GARDEN TO LEEWOOD K-8 CENTER
 
On Monday, August 6, 2018, The Brick Miami broke ground at Leewood K-8 Center to kick off the restaurant’s school garden project and curriculum. In coordination with Slow Food Miami, Corey Bousquet, the owner of The Brick Miami, adopted Leewood K-8 Center and aims to reconnect the students with their food by teaching them how to plant, grow, cook and enjoy real food through the school garden project. “Being a part of our community and having a direct impact is very important to me,” said Bousquet. “And what better way is there for us at The Brick Miami... Read More »
 
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FIU, CHARTWELLS PARTNER TO PROVIDE NEW DINING OPTIONS ON CAMPUS
 

Florida International University (FIU) announced on Aug. 1 that it has selected Chartwells Higher Education at the conclusion of a competitive solicitation process to operate as FIU’s food service provider for the next 10 years, starting Aug. 4. FIU’s food scene will feature new dining options and become a model for other campuses, in part due to a fully customized and local approach for FIU... Read More »

 
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AT&T believes students deserve opportunities to reach their full potential. That is why the company recently awarded $25,000 each to the Thelma Gibson Health Initiative (TGHI) in West Coconut Grove and to the Guitars Over Guns organization in Miami. The Thelma Gibson Health Initiative provides a vocational and job training program for at-risk teens. The program teaches under-served teens culinary and restaurant job skills and provides food... Read More »

 
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