Alyna M. Bello

Redland Tropical Gardens Sends “Seeds To Feed Haiti”

From left to right Florida City Mayor Otis Wallace, Seeds to Feed Haiti Founder Margie Buster, and Homestead Mayor Steven Bateman gather together for the first shipment of vegetable seeds to Haiti.

By Alyna M. Bello…. This organization plants seeds of hope from farmer to farmer. On Thursday, September 23, 2010, Redland Tropical Gardens, a non-profit organization, in cooperation with Helena Chemical Company, Haiti Shipping Cargo Services, Alpha Foliage, Inc., Dade County Farm Bureau, Paul & Associates Law Farm, Citrix, South Florida ...

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City recognizes Children’s Gallery

Vice-Mayor Judy Waldman and Executive Director Natalie Prieto

By Alyna M. Bello…. Held every October and coordinated by the Americans for the Arts the National Arts and Humanities Month is the largest annual celebration of the arts and culture in the nation. Communities across the United States have joined together to recognize the importance of the arts and ...

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Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

Homestead Police Department’s K-9 Lt. Tommy Pritchett, City of Miami Detective and Homestead resident Saens Dorcely , and City of Homestead Mayor Steven C. Bateman and Council recognize Det. Dorcely for his brave actions in helping a neighbor in need.

By Alyna M. Bello…. At the last City Council meeting, Mayor Steven C. Bateman recognized an outstanding resident for his brave actions in coming to the aid of a neighbor in need. City of Miami Detective Saens Dorcely was presented with a proclamation for his role in helping his neighbor ...

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