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SUGAR-4-KIDS TOY DRIVE FEATURES MOTORCYCLE RIDE WITH A ‘SIDECAR’ OF LAPTOPS
 
When organizers kick-started the Sugar 4 Kids program in 2016, their goal was to brighten the holiday spirits of underprivileged children living in West Perrine. This year, however, the program is brightening their futures, too. Nearly 1,500 toys will be handed out at the conclusion of a police-escorted motorcycle and vehicle ride to West Perrine Park on Dec. 9 for the Second Annual Sugar 4 Kids Toy Drive. But the organization’s focus this... Read More »
 
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PALMETTO BAY COMMUNITY CHANUKAH CELEBRATION
 
Chanukah will be celebrated by the Village of Palmetto Bay at Coral Reef Park, 7895 SW 152 Street on Sunday, December 17, 2017 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. This free event, taking place on the soccer field is being... Read More »
 
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SIX PALMER TRINITY STUDENTS ATTEND GLOBAL CONFERENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA
 

Six Palmer Trinity School (PTS) students — Helena Evans, Hope Franklin, Isabella Gomez, Christopher Hudson, Brooke Kleber and Nicolas Rey — recently traveled to Cape Town, South Africa as delegates of the Round Square Global Conference “Unite to Ignite the Fire Within.” The conference’s objective was to encourage young delegates from around the world to embrace diversity and ignite global change. PTS students were hosted by... Read More »

 
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LOCAL COUNCILWOMAN PARTNERS TO HELP SUGARLOAF SCHOOL
 
This Thanksgiving, while we enjoyed our families and Thanksgiving meals, many in the Keys and even in our own neighborhood weren’t as fortunate. Post-Hurricane Irma, many families are still dealing with total destruction of their homes and lives. Armed with baskets filled with Thanksgiving supplies and turkeys from both Christ Fellowship and The Thanksgiving Baskets Fund, along with school supplies from Coral Reef Elementary PTA, Councilwoman... Read More »
 
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'JONATHAN'S DAY' RETURNING TO CORAL REEF PARK
 
For the second year, the Village of Palmetto Bay will celebrate “Jonathan's Day: Fun in Palmetto Bay,” on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 8 a.m. to noon., at Coral Reef Park, 7895 SW 152 St. Everyone is invited to this family-oriented event to learn more about community resources that are available to help kids with unique abilities. Children of all abilities and all ages and their families will be able to enjoy fun games, food and even a 2K Fun Run/Walk. For anyone.... Read More »
 
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