There’s Hope Kids Foundation 1st Annual Kids Fashion Show 4/6/14

There’s Hope Kids Foundation 1st Annual Kids Fashion Show
Sunday, 04/06/2014 – 03:00 pm – 10:00 pm
IMG_7323Don Shula Hotel
6842 main street,
miami lakes, Florida 33014
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Cost: free for kids $10 online for adults

There’s Hope Kid Foundation 1st Annual Kids Fashion Show. From 3-5 there will be arts and crafts, faint painting and many more kids activities available. Kids under 10 free and Adults $10 online $20 day of. The fashion show will start at 5:30pm displaying designers such as Atalia Love, Baby Bear and many more.

Jazz in the Gardens’ 5th Annual Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon 3/14/14

Jazz in the Gardens’ 5th Annual Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon
Friday, 03/14/2014 – 08:00 am – 03:00 pm
Womans_Imapct_LogoShula’s Hotel & Golf Club
6842 Main Street,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
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In honor of Women’s History Month and as the official opening of the 9th Annual Jazz in the Gardens Festival, the City of Miami Gardens will host the 5th Annual Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon at Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club in Miami Lakes, Fla. The theme of this year’s event is, “A Man with Dreams Needs a Woman with Vision,” and it will last from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Special guests will include Sheryl Lee Ralph, Actress & Author, Karina Iglesias, Season 4 Contestant on “The Voice,” Jasmine Sanders, Co-Host on the syndicated D.L. Hughley Show, and Julia Yarbough, Emmy Award winning broadcast & print journalist. Breakfast, lunch and the day’s activities, seminar sessions and massage therapy, are included with admission.

Ticket price is $75 now and $85 after March 1, 2014. Space is limited so purchase your tickets early!

Phone: (954-558-9664)

Miami Marlins’ Logan Morrison announces launch of ‘ Project Lomo” 5/1/13

Miami Marlins’ Logan Morrison announces launch of ‘ Project Lomo”
Sunday, 05/01/2013, 02:45 am – 03:45 am
MM_MLOGO_MIAMI_WBG3Miami Senior High
2450 SW 1st Street,
Miami, Florida 33135
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Miami Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison has officially launched his own philanthropic campaign entitled “Project LoMo.” In partnership with the American Lung Association (ALA), “Project LoMo” encourages youth to create their own charitable program or event to help their community become a better place and/or support a cause that is important to them. Inspired by the philanthropic work Morrison has done with the ALA over the past several years, the Marlins outfielder is using this campaign as a call-to-action for children to make a positive impact and difference in their communities.

“After my father lost his battle with lung cancer, I felt like it was my responsibility to do everything I could to raise awareness for the disease,” said Morrison. “With this campaign, I want kids to understand that they, too, can make a difference. I want to empower them to start thinking outside-of-the-box and realize that they can spark social change. Young fans who carry out a project will also generate contributions for the American Lung Association. It’s a great campaign and I’m excited to review all the submissions.”

Morrison will officially launch the campaign on Wednesday, May 1 at Miami Senior High School, where he and his mother will reveal the contest details to students at 2:45 PM ET.

Individuals or teams have until August 1, 2013 to complete their initiative and communicate (via video, e-mail, or letter) to Morrison what they accomplished and learned. Each authentic submission will receive an autographed photo, an officially-licensed t-shirt jersey, and will also result in a $100 donation to the American Lung Association on behalf of the LoMo Lung Fund.

Additionally, “Project LoMo” will recognize five individuals or teams who submit particularly compelling projects aligned with the goals of the campaign. Each leader and a guest from the five winning projects will receive a trip to Miami, all-access to a 2013 Marlins home game, the opportunity to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, a meet-and-greet with Morrison and some of his Marlins teammates, and participation in a group video with Morrison to promote the ALA. Winning project individuals/teams will also receive a $1,000 cash prize.

The “Project LoMo” campaign is Morrison’s second major initiative aimed at promoting awareness and raising money for lung cancer research. “LoMo Camp for a Cure,” Morrison’s annual fundraising baseball clinic, takes place in Delray Beach, FL every January. To date, Morrison has raised over $200,000 for the ALA. For more information on “Project LoMo” please visit

Jazz In The Gardens Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon 3/15/13

Jazz In The Gardens Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon
Friday, 03/15/2013, 08:00 am – 03:00 pm
2.14.13-WICL-Invite-500-x-1689Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club
6842 Main Street,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
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In honor of Women’s History Month and in conjunction with the 8th Annual Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival, the City of Miami Gardens will host the 2013 Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon on Friday, March 15, 2013 at Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club. Attendees will be entertained and engaged as renowned experts and noted celebrities deliver powerful tips, tools and information about living healthy, spiritual and balanced lives that will benefit them personally and professionally.

The theme of this year’s event is, “WOMEN OF POWER – MOVING FROM THE MUNDANE TO THE MIRACULOUS”. Special guests include, Lisa Wu (Actress, Author, Writer, Producer and Motivational Speaker), Trina Robinson (Team NBC6 Anchor Woman), Latocha Scott (Former lead singer of the group “Xscape”) and Danielle Knox (Television personality on LIFETIME Network, Anchor Woman & Entrepreneur), just to name a few.

What Can You expect?
~ Liquid Lounge: Chambord Vodka and Barefoot Wine & Bubbly
~ Chambord Vodka’s Celebrity Brand Ambassador – DJ Elle
~ Merchandise & Sponsor Row
~ Relaxation Room with Master Massage Therapist, Jonathan Moore
~ The return of “Is it Really a Man’s World” with an all-male panel
~ And more!

For more information head over to our website:

Paytons Pals Golf Tournament to benefit The Dan Marino Foundation 3/15/13

Paytons Pals Golf Tournament to benefit The Dan Marino Foundation
Friday, 03/15/2013, 10:30 am – 04:30 pm
012413_paytonspals_3Shula’s Hotel and Golf Club
7601 Miami Lakes Dr,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
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Payton’s Pals Golf Tournament to benefit The Dan Marino Foundation will be taking place on Friday, March 15th, 2013 from 10:30am-4:30pm at Shula’s Hotel and Golf Club in Miami Lakes. Come help us raise much needed funds for local programs making a difference in the lives of children and young adults living with autism. All proceeds from the event benefit The Dan Marino Foundation. Please call 954-478-3749 for tournament registration details; you can also learn about potential sponsorship opportunities by calling 786-402-1052, or by sending an email to by March 1, 2013. Special acknowledgement will be made for all those who play and sponsor portions of the event. For more information, visit

Dariel Birthday 6/9/13

Dariel Birthday
Sunday, 06/09/2013, 04:00 am – 08:00 pm
6175 NW 186 ST,
HIALEAH, Florida 33015
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I am planning to make my son birthday party.

Arthritis Foundation Held Annual Walk At Amelia Earhart Park

(Miami, Florida) – The Arthritis Foundation held their annual Miami-Dade Arthritis Walk at the Amelia Earhart Park in early November.  Hundreds gathered onsite to begin the customary walk that helps raise awareness to improve the lives of those suffering from arthritis or related diseases.  Monies raised at the event are placed in programs that facilitate information and preventive care to those individuals prone to develop the disease, and to other care programs that are developed to provide assistance to those who have already been diagnosed. 

Among the honorees was Henry “Turlte” Thomas, Community Honorary Chair.  Thomas is the head coach of the FIU baseball team which was able to reach the NCAA Regionals two years in a row.  Coach Thomas very proudly accepted his title to increase community involvement at the Arthritis Walk. 

Medical Honorary Chair, Jorge L.Orbay, M.D. is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in hands and upper extremities.  Dr. Orbay has developed implant systems that have significantly improved the lives of his patients, and continues to make a remarkable difference through his Miami Hand and Upper Extremity Institute which provides specialized care, treatment, surgery and rehabilitation to arthritis patients. 

Kiyah Hall was the Child Honoree.  Hall was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of six.  Through the Arthritis Foundation, her family is optimistic that she will be able to lead a perfectly normal life.

Arthritis is the nation’s most common cause of disability with over 50 million men, women and children diagnosed.  The Arthritis Foundation organizes the nationwide Arthritis walk every year in an effort to continue raising awareness and be able to fund its fight against arthritis.

The walk featured live entertainment, refreshments, food stations, healthy activities, educational opportunities and a kid’s area for face painting, a petting zoo and pony rides. 

Members of the Coral Gables Woman’s Club (CGWC) showed their support alongside President, Mireya Kilmon, who for many years has been battling arthritis.  CGWC was a bronze sponsor along with Dunkin Donuts, Interval International, Miami Party Entertainment, SeaFreight and Preferred Care Partners.

Saul & Theresa Esman Foundation was the Platinum sponsor, followed by Silver sponsors Goya, The Hand Institute, Kendall Pain Relief Center and Leon Medical Centers.

FIU also made an appearance with its students, alumni, sports teams and, one we could not have done without, Roary. 

For more information about the Arthritis Foundation Walk, please visit  ■


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