Service, sports and fall events fill Miami Christian School’s calendar

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Fall brings lots of activity at Miami Christian School where giving back is nothing new to students there. As an example, the school partners with OneBlood in Miami every year to hold blood drives on their campus affording students and staff a chance to serve their community by donating blood and to increase awareness of the need in the area for their donations.

In other fall activity, on October 29, students at Miami Christian enjoyed the school’s Annual Harvest Festival that also served as a fundraiser for the victims of Surfside, with any profits from the day’s event being earmarked for that purpose. Aside from raising funds, the event provided a fun day with something for all ages including cornhole competitions, 9 ball, petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, hayrides, volleyball, and more.

In the sports scene, the MCS Varsity Victors baseball team competed in the Prospect Select Miami World Series from November 12-14 in Palmetto Bay coming out with the championship.  The Victors won the tournament defeating Columbus High School 7-4 in the final game.  The participating schools were:  Belen Jesuit, Braddock, Columbus, Florida Christian, Gulliver, Killian, Miami Christian, St. Brendan, Terra and Westminster Christian.

Congratulations to Coach Cuadra and his varsity team on a great tournament win.

On another note, MCS seeks to prepare students in preparation for college with a Practical Living class taught by Ms. Charlene Coulter. Students learn how to prepare food from scratch that they can cook when they go off to college and live in a dorm. Recently the class prepared individual pizzas from scratch that they then later enjoyed eating.

MCS is now enrolling for the Winter semester.  Families interested in becoming a part of Miami Christian should call 305.221.7754 x773 for their personalized tour of the school and an introduction to its programs.


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A graduate of the University of Florida with a major in Spanish, Burns has an extensive background in advertising, marketing and reciprocal trade, travel , non profit consulting and management. Before joining Miami's Community Newspapers as a columnist and marketing specialist, Gloria was the Executive Director of the Jr. Orange Bowl Committee (6 yrs.) and first Executive Director of the Coral Gables Community Foundation (14 yrs.) and the Pinecrest Community Foundation (1 ½ yrs) . Burns' volunteer activities led her to become a columnist for Community Newspapers writing Gloria’s Gab, that focuses on the non-profit activity, and a host of an online show, Gloria's Gab LIVE. Gloria serves the board of the Rotary Club of Coral Gables as Civic and Charity Chair, and is involved in the club's International Committee. She is an active Life Member of the Jr. Orange Bowl Committee and is Secretary of the Merrick Festival. She serves on the board of directors of the Coral Gables Woman' Club as Publicity Chair and also coordinates the club's monthly fundraiser for various charities with Gringo Bingo at Clutch Burger. In addition, Gloria participates in numerous other charitable events and is a member of the Business Forum Group, Profit Inc., the Greater Miami Festival & Events Association and the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. In other volunteer activity, Gloria helps Miami Christian School with fund-raising and PR; is an Ambassador and volunteers for events for A Safe Haven for Newborns. She is an active member of the Music Ministry at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church where she enjoys singing in the choir every weekend.