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Greater Miami Chamber presents Top Minority Business Awards

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce honored the winners of the Top Minority Business Awards on Mar. 13 at Jungle Island. The awards luncheon highlights...
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Bilzin Sumberg Establishes Memorial Scholarship to Honor Damion Dunn

To honor the memory of Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP attorney Damion Dunn who passed away last year at the age of...
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23rd annual Great Taste of the Grove, Apr. 13-14

Miami’s original family- friendly food festival, the Great Taste of the Grove Food & Wine Festival, is back and celebrating its 23rd year with...
Florida Grand Opera to close season with Verdi’s La traviata

Florida Grand Opera to close season with Verdi’s La traviata

Florida Grand Opera (FGO) closes its 72nd season with one of the most beloved opera’s of all time — Verdi’s La traviata. The story...
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Centro Mater announces healthy plans to help fight childhood obesity with $45,000 Health Foundation...

Centro Mater Child Care Services, Inc.— a nonprofit organization, currently celebrating its 45th anniversary, that provides quality care and education to economically disadvantaged youths...
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Mayor appoints Emilio T. Gonzalez as county’s new aviation director

Miami - Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez has appointed Dr. Emilio T. Gonzalez as the new director of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, effective...
Alliances for Aging recognizes Rev. Dale Young with award

Alliances for Aging recognizes Rev. Dale Young with award

Nearly 300 aging services, insurance and healthcare professionals recently gathered at Jungle Island for the 23rd annual Installation and Luncheon of the Alliance for...
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Simply Healthcare donates $10,000 to Centro Mater

  Simply Healthcare Plans, a Coral Gablesbased Florida licensed health maintenance organization that serves Medicaid and Medicare members, recently donated $10,000 to the Centro Mater...
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