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PALMETTO BAY MAYORAL DEBATE FORUM
 
Elected to Florida’s 118th legislative district in 2016, Representative Robert Asencio has been highly successful in leading the way in finding the right solutions to the many challenges facing the residents of District 118, Miami-Dade County, and Florida in general. With more than 33 years of public service under his belt – at the local, state and national levels – Representative Asencio strongly believes that elected officials should be held to a high standard of leadership. For that reason, and many more, the Community Newspapers recommends that Representative Asencio continue to serve the people of this district by being re-elected... Read More »
 
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SIGN UP NOW FOR LOCAL BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL
 

Time to dust off  your mitt and bat because we are already swinging into the 2018 season of  Howard Palmetto Baseball and Softball ( HPBSA) – with registration happening right now! Divisions are available for girl and boy players between the ages of 4 and 5 all the way through high school. The league is open to all residents of Miami-Dade County with games played at several area municipal... Read More »

 
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ALPER JCC BOOK FESTIVAL TO SERVE A LITERARY FEAST
 
One fashion icon, two U.S. ambassadors and four Emmy, Tony and Grammy Award winners add up to an eclectic list of presenters at the 38th annual Alper JCC Berrin Family Jewish Book Festival. The event, beginning in October and running through March 2019, also features National Book Award recipients, journalists, scholars and humorists. Norman L. Eisen opens the festival... Read More »
 
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Members of the public and special guests are invited to view a rare and comprehensive collection of framed and unframed John James Audubon First Edition Royal Octavo Prints being offered for purchase through December. The exhibit and sale will open on the evenings of October 11 & 12 at Tropical Audubon Society’s landmark 1932 Doc Thomas House headquarters (5530 Sunset Drive, Miami, 33143); viewings thereafter are by appointment only... Read More »

 
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UNITED WAY CALLS ON COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO BECOME VOLUNTEER READERS AND MENTORS
 

United Way of Miami-Dade’s ReadingPals program aims to provide preschoolers with a mentor to help nourish a love for literacy early on. Last school year, the program paired 140 children with volunteer readers who read an average of 16 hours to each child. This year, ReadingPals is seeking 200 volunteers to continue fighting for quality early education and the success of every child in Miami-Dade... Read More »

 
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