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Community Newspapers Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from Community Newspapers, Media/News Company, 6796 SW 62nd Ave, South Miami, FL.

Operating as usual

02/28/2022
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02/06/2022

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Councilwoman Katrina Wilson presents a Field of Possibilities: HBCU Sports & Scholastic Combine.

01/29/2022

❤️ Beautiful day @cutlerbaypark! Come out and join us! #frankiespizza #frankiespizzamiami

01/23/2022

Let’s hear it for the girls! Love serving with this amazing bad a** leader! @villageofpalmettobay Commander Mari Guerra. #palmettobaysgottalent

01/22/2022

County Commission and the Transportation Planning Organization declare an impasse on the Village's conflict resolution process contesting the SW 87th Ave. Bridge project. Read more 👇:
https://conta.cc/3Anrl61

Photos from South Florida Police Benevolent Association's post
01/21/2022

Photos from South Florida Police Benevolent Association's post

01/15/2022

Address

6796 SW 62nd Ave
South Miami, FL
33143

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm

Telephone

(305) 669-7355

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🎞 Live on Community News Facebook, now. Mayor Joseph M. Corradino and Pinecrest Business Association President Jennifer Gerson talking about the Pinecrest Parkway (US 1) Vision Plan. Community Newspapers #pinecresting #pinecrest #pinecrestproud
You’re invited to our 5 Year Anniversary Celebration on: 🎶 April 30 🎉 Pavillon #10 🎶 Tropical Park 🎉 3:00-5:00pm We are excited to celebrate with you! Advertising credit: Cristina Zaldivar 🎶❤️🎶! #friendsofsfm #fsfmmusicfundamentals Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs The Miami Foundation Radical Partners #musicaccessmiami carriemeekfndn Coral Gables Community Foundation Kaylan Domond The Fish House Miami Joy Galliford Kirk Foundation 305 HIVE South Florida Music The Florida Villager Cristina Zaldivar #anniversary Nibaldo P. Morales Community Newspapers Cristina Alicot @daryli
Thank you Community Newspapers. We honor the women of Pinecrest year-around 👏👏👏
YAC in the news! TY Community Newspapers! #pinecrest #Pinecresting
Great article, Community Newspapers! TY! Love that it mentions Pinecrest Youth Advisory Council
Nice article, Community Newspapers! Hope to see you there, Pinecrest (and neighbors) Pinecrest City Music Project
MPSH Tennis in the NEWS! Community Newspapers
BEWARE VANESSA IS A SCAM. AND PEOPLE THAT KNOW HER SAY THAT SHE IS NOT SAFE IN THE PUBLIC AND AROUND PEOPLE, HER MIND FLIP IN AND OUT IN THE PUBLIC. DAILY SHE ACT LIKE SHE IS LOSING HER MIND DAILY. IN THE PUBLIC AND FIVE PEOPLE SAY THAT SHE SMELL HORRIBLE DAILY. AND SHE IS SPREADING COV'D-19 TO. THE PUBLIC, COUGHING IN PEOPLE FACE WHERE SHE LIVED AT IN THE PUBLIC. SHE HAS OTHERS DISEASES THAT SHE SPREADING. IN THE PUBLIC. HER APARTMENT IS FULL OF ROACHES AND OTHER BUGS , AND ALL OF HER DISEASES, HER MENTAL STATE IS VERY WEAK, AND SHE IS UNSTABLED.. SHE POSE A DANGER THREAT TO ANY PERSON SHE COME IN.CONTACT WITH,
Check out our Dade Heritage Trust Miami Director, Chris Rupp, interviewed on the air with Michael Miller, publisher of Community Newspapers about what drew her to DHT and what she and the organization hopes to achieve.
Great luncheon Community Newspapers!
Tune in to Community Newspapers for a FB Live chat at 11am and hear from Jeff Kiltie, general manager of the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center about the upcoming season of incredible performances. Aventura Marketing Council / Chamber of Commerce City of Aventura - Government
My guest next week on Gloves off with David Singer. SUNSHINE FOUNDATION MISSION STATEMENT Sunshine Foundation answers the dreams of children, ages three through eighteen, who have severe or profound physical/developmental/intellectual challenges or trauma from physical/sexual abuse, and whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to financial strain that the child's illness may cause. Sunshine Foundation answers dreams to children from all 50 states and Puerto Rico with life-long chronic conditions; ones that are turned away from the other national wish granting organizations that require a life-threatening or critical diagnosis. HISTORY In the 1960’s and 70's, Philadelphia police officer, Bill Sample, was assigned on protective duty to St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. He encountered critically ill and terminally ill children, and saw firsthand how these children’s families were burdened, not only by mounting medical bills, but also by the frustration of not being able to provide their child a special dream. In 1976, Bill took out a $4,000 personal loan and, with the help of volunteers, started the Sunshine Foundation and began making dreams come true for chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged, and abused children. The first child helped was Bobby, a five-year-old boy diagnosed with Leukemia. Bobby’s nurse told Bill that the boy had a dream to go to the mountains to see snow. Bill brought Bobby, his parents, and siblings to the Pocono’s in PA for a week of playing in the snow, sledding, and snowmobiling. Not long after, Bobby passed after his battle with Leukemia. Bobby’s mom told us years later that she didn’t realize at the time how important that dream would be to their family. She said that trip with Bobby, laughing and playing in the snow, was the happiest moment of their lives, and those memories created have lasted a lifetime. More than 41,500 children have benefited from programs and services of the Sunshine Foundation over the past 45 years. Granting a dream or a wish for a child with an illness is not a part of traditional medicine. However, it often becomes an integral part of a child’s path towards wellness, independence, stability, or recovery. The Sunshine Foundation has many accounts on record from parents and children who attest to the power of a few days away from doctors, hospitals, and treatments. It can make all the difference in the world and the staff proudly pursues its work on behalf of children every single day. Sunshine Foundation is proud to continuously be ranked as a Top-Rated Charity serving the terminally ill or chronically ill according to www.charitywatch.org. Video Interviews https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O66-xbpTEps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXzYOZk4KY