Shula's Golf Course sponsors Father's Day promotion on Miami Laker Facebook page

Sports By The Miami Laker staff Wednesday, June 4, 2014

  Father's day is right around the corner! Give your dad the gift of free golf at the Don Shula's Golf Club this Father's Day. In 50 words or less, explain why you believe your dad deserves to be treated to a round of golf as a Father's Day gift from you. Post your explanation along with an email address, or message us your explanation and email address, on The Miami Laker's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Miamilaker. Three lucky...

Local Comcast grant winners

Education Wednesday, June 4, 2014

  Through its annual Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program, the Comcast Foundation is awarding more than $180,000 in scholarships across Florida. A total of 35 students will each receive $1,000 toward their education. Of those recognized are local students Disa Rathore from Mater Academy Lakes High School, Nicholas Fernandez from Monsignor Edward Pace High School, and Ashley Gomez from Mater Academy Charter Middle and High School....
  Bernie Marcus, co-founder and former CEO of The Home Depot and founder of the national Job Creators Network, visited the Latin Builders Association Construction and Business Management Academy Charter High School (LBA Academy) on Thursday, May 1. Marcus had a chance to tour the facilities and interact with the students and LBA Board members, sharing his entrepreneurial expertise. “We are honored to have welcomed Mr. Marcus to...

Town welcomes Dr. D Conservatory of Music

Community Wednesday, May 28, 2014

  Miami Lakes councilmembers joined in the grand opening of Dr. D Conservatory of Music with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 2 at the studio located at 5881 N.W. 151 Street. The facility will conduct music classes and small performances. Using giant scissors, officials joined Jose Ignacio Diaz Gravie, also known as Dr. D., and others to cut the red ribbon. As part of the celebration, both veteran and beginner students performed new...

Salvation Army Capt. Kelly Durant, a Miami Lakes resident, was honored by the Miami Lakes Chamber of Commerce for all of the humanitarian work he does throughout Miami-Dade County when a major disaster strikes. He received the proclamation from Chamber president Magaly Rubio.

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