Miami Christian teen retreat and Lady Victors top news stories

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Thirty-five MCS students and family members traveled to Plumtree, N.C., to the Teen Valley Christian Retreat Center (TVR) for a three-day spiritual retreat in the mountains.

Students enjoyed a day at Sugar Mountain Ski Resort where many who have never seen snow before this trip actually learned to ski. MCS students have been doing retreats at TVR for 12 years and routinely speak about how meaningful these retreats have been for strengthening their faith. The trips are in line with the school’s Expected School Outcomes on building character and developing values.

In the area of athletics, the Lady Victors have become District Champions in Basketball defeating Northwest Christian 76-24. As of this writing, the girls are advancing to Regional play.



While the Lady Victors are having success, so too our the boys teams. The Victors Soccer team became District Runners-up and the boys advance to Regional play as well. In addition, the MCS Varsity Baseball Team has been ranked #11 in the State. In fact, MCS Senior Alejandro Rosario is slated to be chosen early in this year’s Major League Baseball Draft.

In other news, World Vision missionary, Perry Springman and his family performed two concerts to kick off the Spring Semi-Annual Spiritual Emphasis Week. The Springmans are from Vancouver, Canada, and are in South Florida to raise awareness of world hunger and raise support to feed children from under-developed countries.

Perry’s music is a mix of current Christian and original songs, many of which are fun to sing and joyful. Elementary students connected to Perry’s goofy musical tunes while the more serious side of the World Vision mission to feed the hungry resonated with older students. Miami Christian students responded by a monthly commitment to sponsor needy children.

Miami Christian holds Open Houses on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For information, call “Fabiola” at 305-221-7754 (ext. 773) to set up an individual tour today.


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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.

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