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WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Residents, neighbors, and friends... In wake of the terrible accident that occurred on July 4th, the family of Devin Bennar is in need of A+ blood (O blood may also donate). If you are able to help, please come out to the blood drive on Tuesday, July 12 from 11 am – 5 pm at Perrine Elementary School.
Please help us spread the word!
Dogs of Summer Adoption & Training Expo
If you're looking for the perfect paw-mate, join us for our Dogs of Summer Adoption and Training Expo on Saturday, July 16 at Coral Reef Park from 10 am - 2 pm. If you already have your furr-ever friend, bring them over for complimentary microchipping services and training workshops.
The Village is also looking for volunteers! Read more.
On July 17, discover your super powers and join Deering Estate in celebrating Park & Recreation Month for Fee-Free “P.L.A.Y.” Day! FREE admission for all guests and superhero attire is welcome! Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
If you or someone you know is a WWII Veteran, we have a sweet surprise in store for you! Honor Flight South Florida is looking for WWII Veterans who have not had the opportunity to participate in an honor flight to give each of these extraordinary veterans a chance to visit his/her memorial in Washington D.C. The next Honor Flight will depart from MIA on Saturday, October 8th. The flight is free of charge for each WWII Veteran. For more information,
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