‘Unplanned’ film banned in Canada

Martin M. Barillas Distribution companies are effectively banning the film Unplanned from screening in Canadian cinemas, according to the producers of the pro-life biopic. Speaking at an Ottawa news conference on May 8, producer Lisa Wheeler said, “We have been effectively blocked from distributing the film in Canada.” Chuck Konzelman, the film’s writer, director, and […]

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Keller Williams Volunteers Serve at HOPE South Florida on RED Day

Keller Williams associates chose to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, Keller Williams’ annual day of service dedicated to renewing, energizing and donating to local communities on Thursday, May 9, 2019. As part of the RED Day effort, close to 100 associates from Keller Williams South Florida Commercial Group (KW) spent the […]

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Firewall Centers Celebrates Servant Leaders

Firewall Centers currently serves more than 400 students in eight public schools and provides them with the tutoring and mentoring they need in order to succeed in life. The students, their Firewall mentors, and community partners gathered at Firewall’s Servant Leader Celebration on May 14th to commemorate the students on their successes. The graduating High […]

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Voorhies to Lead Newly-Created Center for Biblical Leadership

Palm Beach Atlantic University has created a new Center for Biblical Leadership and named executive leadership consultant Dr. Sam Voorhies to direct it. He officially begins this new role July 1, 2019. In a society where the morality and ethics of leaders are crumbling, PBA envisions the Center for Biblical Leadership to be a place […]

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Abby Johnson Speaks at Hope Women’s Center Legacy Partners Dinner

Hope Women’s Centers hosted a spectacular 2019 Legacy Partners Dinner on April 12 at Pier-66 Hotel and Marina. The night was classic and elegant with 500 people in attendance. Abby Johnson, former Director of Planned Parenthood and nationally best-selling author of “Unplanned” was the keynote speaker. The president of the board, Judy Ryan honored former […]

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Veterans Honored with Quilts of Valor

United Way of Broward County’s MISSION UNITED, in partnership with the South Florida Coalition of Quilts of Valor Quilters, comprised of members of Gold Coast Quilters Guild and Quilt Guild by the Sea, honored 44 veterans who have been touched by war at the Welcome Home Ceremony and Quilts of Valor Presentation on March 21 […]

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Feeding South Florida Opens “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition

Feeding South Florida is excited to invite students of all ages to participate in the second annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition presented by Delta Airlines. Submissions have been extended to a May 10th deadline, students of all ages throughout the quad-county area will have the opportunity to create a winning masterpiece displaying their vision […]

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Inaugural Homeschool Olympics Features Family Fun For All Ages

About 100 enthusiasts participated in the First Annual Family Homeschool Olympics on March 16. They were attracted by the draw of intriguing family relays, husband/wife Relay races including leap frog and running relays, full family sack races and tug of wars. Youth competitions such as the 100 meter scooter race, pogo sticks, jump rope, hula […]

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Westminster Students Travel to 34th Annual Harvard Model Congress

Twenty-three students from Westminster Academy traveled to Boston, Massachusetts, for the 34th Annual Harvard Model Congress. Harvard Model Congress (HMC) is a program hosted by Harvard in which high school students from across the country have a chance to spend four days as members of the United States “government.” Students are assigned committees and deal […]

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