Village artist donates dolphin sculpture to Coral Reef Elementary
Palmetto Bay resident and artist AlJohn Farquharson attended Career Day at Coral Reef Elementary (CRE) on Dec. 10 and used the occasion to donate a copper sculpture he had created of a mother and baby dolphin to the school. The dolphin is the school mascot for CRE, and the sculpture also has the school’s initials at the base... Read More
Palmer Trinity School’s PTS Cares Club hosted its fifth annual holiday party for the more than 250 residents of Chapman Partnership’s South Family Resource Center in Homestead. More than 25 Palmer Trinity student and parent volunteers helped kick off the holiday season for these families. Highlights included a visit from Santa Claus who took time out of his busy schedule to visit the children, take photos, and read a Christmas story. He also did magic tricks and showed the children how he makes snow from a little bit he brought from the North Pole... Read More
Inaugural BayCrest Music & Food Fest set for January 26th
Mark the date of Sunday, January 26, 2020 on your calendar and plan to enjoy the inaugural BayCrest Music & Food Fest, an extraordinary day of great music, delicious food and family fun at Palmetto Bay Park, located at 17535 S.W. 95thAvenue, just east of U.S.1... Read More
‘Perfect’ Dolphins honor students from Everglades Champion Schools
The Everglades Foundation, in partnership with the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee’s Ocean to Everglades Initiative (O2E) and Everglades National Park, celebrated the 72nd anniversary of the park on Dec. 6, with a special ceremony recognizing champions from the community: past, present and future. The park originally was dedicated on Dec. 6, 1947... Read More
Local Scout Chooses American Legion
for Eagle Project
The Eagle Scout Service Project is the culmination of a scout’s training, and it requires significant leadership while performing a project that benefits a non-profit in their community. A junior at Palmer Trinity High School, Grant Kleber of Scout Troop 457 chose the restoration of the American Legion Post 133 in Palmetto Bay for his Eagle Scout Project... Read More
Peter A. England named executive director of South Miami-Dade EDC
The Economic Development Council of South Miami-Dade (EDC) has named Peter A. England as its executive director. Prior to joining the EDC, England served as director of marketing for Florida Power & Light and as chair of the Economic Development Task Force of Palmetto Bay. He currently serves as chair of fundraising and development for the Deering Estate Foundation... Read More
Bill would protect against
development in Everglades
Marjory Stoneman Douglas, the “Mother of the Everglades,” once said, “The Everglades is a test. If we pass it, we may get to keep the planet.” With ecological biodiversity that rivals Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the Amazonian Rainforest, the Everglades is home to more than 700 wildlife species — dozens endangered, including the Florida Panther and American Crocodile... Read More
A2Z FBC - Season 2 - Episode 1 2020 vision, acceptance, hot sauce, DaBaby, & more!
We're going in; season 2, episode 1!!
OUUUUWEEEE!Did you know lufetarg spelled backwards means GRATEFUL?