1300 Gather for 2nd Annual Goliath Guantlet

In its second year, the Goliath Gauntlet attracted over 1300 people to the campus of Sheridan House Family Ministries on October 3rd. It’s a can’t miss event for anybody who loves to run in OCR’s or is just looking to have a good time. New this year to the 3.5 mile course that featured 22 […]

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GodSquad Hosts First Basketball Game

Calvary Chapel Delray Beach’s youth basketball program the GodSquad played its first game at the Hester Community Center in Boynton Beach on Friday night, October 16th. It was the Christian Heat vs. Revelation in an amazing game that came down to the final seconds with the Christian Heat edging out Revelation 48-45. “The goal of […]

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Feeding South Florida Appoints Jim Alcock to Board of Directors

Paco Vélez, CEO of Feeding South Florida™, is pleased to announce that Plantation resident Jim Alcock has been appointed to the organization’s Board of Directors for a three-year term. He is general manager of the Miami branch of C&S Wholesale Grocers, the lead supply chain company in the food industry today – and the largest […]

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4KIDS Names Chuck Hood as New President

4KIDS recently named Chuck Hood as the new President of 4KIDS of South Florida. Chuck joins 4KIDS from the Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc. where he served as CEO. Chuck’s history in serving and advocating for children will allow 4KIDS to further the vision of a home for every child. As the District Administrator […]

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School Children Can Enter First Tobacco Free Art Exhibit

The Tobacco Free Partnership of Broward County is organizing its first Tobacco Free Art Exhibit.  Its purpose is to promote tobacco free beaches and parks in Broward County. The artwork will be produced by the youth of Broward County, ages 5 – 18.   School age children of Broward County have until October 31, 2015 to […]

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New Website Wants to Talk About Good Cops

Following a string of tragic events around the country involving police officers, a group of creative professionals got to work on an initiative called ‘The Good Cop.’ The Good Cop aims to foster an honest and positive conversation about law enforcement on social media and via their website, thegoodcop.org. “As there are in any profession, […]

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Local Pastors Offer Insight Into Current Events

We asked several local pastors to share their views on recent news events including the Supreme Court decision that declared same sex marriage to be a fundamental right and legalized it nationwide and the resignation of Coral Ridge Pastor Tullian Tividjian due to moral failure. Here are their comments. Pastor Doug Sauder, Calvary Chapel Fort […]

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South Florida Ford and the Florida Panthers Raise Funds for Autism Speaks

Allan Young, Chairman of South Florida Ford, was honored with the Community Hero Award at the Autism Speaks Night during the Florida Panthers hockey game on Sunday, March 1. South Florida Ford partnered with the Florida Panthers and Autism Speaks, an autism advocacy organization that sponsors autism research and conducts awareness and outreach activities aimed at families, governments and the […]

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Advent Lutheran Gators Capture State Championship

The Advent Lutheran School Boys Varsity basketball Team has just recently been named the 2014-2015 Florida Lutheran Athletic Association basketball state champions. The Advent Lutheran Gators of Boca Raton capped a perfect 21-0 season with two big wins in Orlando. The boys defeated Faith Lutheran School of Eustis, FL in the semi-finals and edged St […]

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Adopt a Manatee for Easter

The ultimate addition to any Easter gift basket is a manatee adoption from Save the Manatee Club.  There are 35 real, live manatees up for adoption in the Club’s popular Adopt-A-Manatee Program.  For a $25 tax-deductible donation, the Club will send a manatee adoption certificate with a full-color photo and a biography of a real […]

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