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United Way celebrates with organized labor partners at Fifth Annual Labor Lives United Golf Tournament

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Dozens of local labor unions come together to support the Miami-Dade community United Way of Miami-Dade celebrated with more than 50 organized labor partners at the Fifth Annual Labor Lives United Golf Tournament on Friday, June 26. More than 30 teams participated in the golf tournament, including Labor Lives United co-chairs: Ellis Canty of International Longshoremen’s Association Local 1416; Al Lichtman of International Union ...

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Hialeah Hospital wins AHA award

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Hialeah Hospital received a “Get With Guidelines” Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Foundation’s secondary prevention guidelines June 3. The AHA program that helps hospital teams provides the most up-to-date guidelines to speed recovery and reduce hospital readmissions ...

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Free activities highlight summer at Dolphin Mall

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Dolphin Mall is kicked off summer with a wide range of activities for kids and families on June 16 with several stores and restaurants are offering free and discounted workshops, food, games, movies, and other family-friendly options. Participating retailers and information numbers include: Cobb Theaters: Free admission to kids every ...

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College planning starts in middle school

College planning starts in middle school

With colleges and universities more competitive than ever, parents wonder how to give their children the edge. Sarah Jimenez, a college counselor at Divine Savior Academy, helps students with college planning beginning in sixth grade. “Many parents don’t realize that college counseling actually begins in middle school, but everything’s a ...

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