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Special Olympics

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  • Broward County Calendar

      Through Monday, May 4 Exhibit: "Visual Concerto" Weston Art Guild The art exhibit features work from the Weston Art Guild. City of Pembroke Pines Glass Gallery, 10100 Pines Blvd. 954-961-6067 or http://www.ppines.com/glassgallery Thursday,...
  • Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta still hopeful that he'll play in 2015

    Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta still hopeful that he'll play in 2015
    Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta enjoyed being back at the team facility last week, taking part in workouts with his teammates. He hopes that was just the start of a significant comeback. Pitta, who has had surgeries to repair a fractured and dislocated...
  • Best events this week: SunFest 2015, Slide the City and a 'Star Wars' festival

    Best events this week: SunFest 2015, Slide the City and a 'Star Wars' festival
      Monday The 17th annual Miami and Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival bears a new name and shorthand (MiFo) and a packed lineup of 75 films that will continue through Sunday. Monday's schedule brings the LGBT short documentary showcase...
  • Area athletes named to Academic All-State team

    Area athletes named to Academic All-State team
    Two area athletes have been named to the FHSAA's Academic All-State Team: Dr. Phillips swimming and water polo standout Emily Kliewer and Orangewood Christian's Jonathan Bregel, who was on the soccer, golf and track-and-field teams. Twenty-four...
  • Les Tupper winners named

    Les Tupper winners named
    Five individuals and one high school organization have been selected winners of this year’s prestigious Les Tupper Community Service Awards and are to be honored in a May 11 ceremony in von Karman Auditorium at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory....
  • Santa Margarita is hosting Special Olympics swim meet

    On Saturday, Santa Margarita is hosting a swim competition for about 60 athletes with special needs who compete with local swim clubs. It's called the fifth annual Special Olympics Swim Meet. More than 70 Santa Margarita swimmers will be helping to...
  • Lowell mentor program hosts special prom

    Lowell mentor program hosts special prom
    At 16, Carmyn Lauridsen likely is too young to remember, or even care, about any of John Hughes' iconic character, Andie, from "Pretty in Pink." But as the Lowell High School junior, dressed in her light-blue, drapey asymmetrical dress and Converse...
  • Community briefs

    Batavia Loyalty Day Parade set for Sunday The Batavia Loyalty Day Parade is set for 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday in Batavia. Batavia police said there will be numerous road detours and temporary traffic interruptions on the east side of Batavia as a result of...
  • Montgomery teen helps spur one of region's first special needs proms

    Montgomery teen helps spur one of region's first special needs proms
    On an October night last year, Topher Tackman held his 17-year-old stepdaughter, Karley Hanson, as she sobbed in their Montgomery home. "Baby, what's wrong?" Tackman asked. Hanson had discovered her private school for students with special needs did...
  • Joe Flacco upbeat about new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman

    Joe Flacco upbeat about new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman
    The arrival of offensive coordinator Marc Trestman brings a professorial quality to the Ravens' offense. Bespectacled with a rich vocabulary, Trestman is well-versed in the stock market, took and passed the bar exam and earned a nickname, "The...
  • Clermont Police hosting Special Olympics Torch Run benefits

    Clermont Police hosting Special Olympics Torch Run benefits
    The Clermont Police Department will host the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run on Monday. Participants may run, walk or bicycle the 3.2 miles. The run is part of the annual lead-up to Florida State Summer Games on May 15 at ESPN Wide World of Sports...