Hal Feldman

Local hands feeding global children

Local hands feeding global children

From Feb. 3-7, something amazing happened in Palmetto Bay. Volunteers joined together and created more than 2.5 million meals for starving children around the world. It happened when Christ Fellowship Palmetto Bay opened its doors to Feed My Starving Children, a non-profit Christian organization committed to feeding starving kids in ...

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Palmetto scholarship fund fundraiser on Feb. 26

Palmetto scholarship fund fundraiser on Feb. 26

On Thursday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. in Pinecrest Gardens’ Banyan Bowl, the Palmetto Senior High Alumni Association www.palmettohighalumni.org will host a special event with the always-entertaining Ron Magill. The fundraiser’s main feature is Magill’s Sex and the Animals presentation, which exposes the sex lives of beasts in a funny and ...

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Miami seen through Japanese student exchange eyes

Miami seen through Japanese student-exchange eyes

For 24 years, Miami has cultivated a unique opportunity to shine in the eyes of students from Kagoshima, Japan. Each year, as part of the Sister Cities program http://www.sister-cities.org, Kagoshima sends middle and high school teens to spend a week in Miami immersed in our culture, hosted by carefully selected ...

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Benson’s Lighting — a bright idea for a long time

Benson’s Lighting — a bright idea for a long time

Since 1963, Benson’s Lighting has been serving the needs of South Floridians with world-class knowledge and service. In the beginning, it was John Benson who broke away from the family business (Benson Electric) to open a mom-and-pop lighting store located in what was then the very end of Miami civilization. ...

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