The Dwayne Have A Heart Foundation was formed as a result of the touching story of Dwayne Christopher Mitchell. The non-profit organization's mission is to raise public awareness regarding Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (WPW) which is a rare congenital heart condition.
One prospective recruit said, "I’ve recently watched MBPD recruitment video on the City of Miami Beach Police website and as a young black female I was motivated on becoming a Police Officer. I would like to express my interest on working for a world class diversity city such as Miami Beach."
The Ocean Research & Conservation Association was poised to remove 15 of its 25 state-funded Kilroys from the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon this summer, but state Senate President-designate Joe Negron announced Thursday he has secured $500,000 to keep them all in the water through June 2017.
Cooking with Fire" is the new original four-part television series produced by MBTV highlighting the Miami Beach Fire Department's skills in the face of flames and danger on the streets and shares the culinary talents of the firehouse chefs - it's a "sizzling" combination! Courtesy the City of Miami Beach, Cooking With Fire, with Host/Producer Julia Yarbough.
As one of Broward County's oldest cultural arts programs, the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre celebrates over 60 years of programming and artistic development for thousands of children whose lives are forever changed through creativity, collaboration and reminding our community of the importance of arts education programming for our youth.
The Broward County Minority Builders Coalition spearheads what is known as The South Florida Green Jobs Collaborative. BCMBC is proving teamwork, partnerships, common goals and collaborative efforts resulting in successful programs to create jobs and put people to work in environmental fields; existing industries as well as emerging fields such as renewable energy.