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Upcoming Cooper City events

COMMUNITY FLAG RETIREMENT CEREMONY   (September)
In honor of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 on Saturday, September 10th at the Cooper City Community Center from 5 p – 8 p local Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops will provide a respectful flag ceremony as well as demonstrate proper flag etiquette including how to fold a flag and how to properly dispose of the flag.  Flags will be collected on site for future retirement.  The actual ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. Complimentary!  Please join us!
When:                  Saturday, September 10th
Where:                Cooper City Community Center
Time:                    5 – 8:00 p.m. (Flag Ceremony begins at 6 p.m.)
All ages are invited to attend this complimentary patriotic event.

Contact:               Cooper City Recreation 954.434.4300, x233 / www.CooperCityFL.org

GRANDPARENTS DAY CELEBRATION (September)

Afternoon fun for grandparents and grandchildren.

The Cooper City Recreation a Department is offering a “Grandparent Day Celebration” for grandparents and their grandchildren at the Cooper City Pool and Tennis Center on Sunday, September 11th from 2 – 4 p.m.  Grandparent or grandchild, or both, must be a Cooper City resident in order to participate.  Tickets must be purchased in advance at the Pool and Tennis Center and are $3.00 per person.  Grandchildren must be 4 years and up.  Activities include an ice cream social and games.   For more information call the Pool and Tennis Center at 954.436.7300.

When:                  Sunday, September 11th  / 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Where:                Cooper City Pool and Tennis Center

Who:                     Limited to Cooper City residents (grandparent or grandchild must be a Cooper City resident).

Cost:                      $3.00 per person.

Contact:               Cooper City Recreation 954.434.4300, x233 / www.coopercityfl.org

 

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Broward Public School changes for the new school year

 

When students return to Broward schools on August 22, they may find some changes. There may be a new or expanded program, a new type of textbook, subject matter being presented in a different way, or possibly some new classrooms added to their school.
For more information on any of the items listed below, please contact the Public Relations & Governmental Affairs Department, 754-321-2300.

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Minority & Women Business Enterprise Expo – August 4

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) will host its annual Minority & Women Business Enterprise Expo on Thursday, August 4, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Piper High School, 8000 NW 44 Street, Sunrise.  Admission is free.

 

The Expo will provide minority and women business entrepreneurs an opportunity to network with BCPS staff from various departments and schools, as well as public- and private-sector organizations.  Numerous businesses will sponsor and take part in the Expo, offering those attending an excellent networking opportunity.

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Adam Walsh book to be highlighted at Beth Ahm Israel on July 27th

  July 27 is the 30th anniversary of the abduction and murder of Adam Walsh. Those of us who remember that horrible day recognize that from that day forward, the way we raise our children dramatically changed. No longer do we allow our children to play outside alone, wonder through the mall or go unattended.  John and Reve Walsh have taken this horrible tragedy and done wonderful things–from producing the television show America’s Most Wanted, to co-founding the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. All of this was done in memory of Adam.
Only recently has the murder been solved.  The book Bringing Adam Home, details the story of Detective Sgt. Joe Matthews’ 27 year investigation and determination that Ottis Toole committed this horrendous crime.  During that time, Detective Sgt. Matthews developed and marketed a state-of-the-art, scientifically validated, home DNA identification and legacy kit called DNA LifePrint.
Author Les Standiford and Detective Sgt. Matthews will be at temple Beth Ahm Israel in Cooper City on Wednesday July 27 to discuss their book, how the murder was solved, how the world has changed since 1981 and what we can do to protect our families in the future.  There will be an opportunity to purchase the book and have it signed.  It is a free event, but RSVP is requested.  954.260.8344

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Help Walgreens and HOPE Outreach Center fight hunger on June 4

June is Hunger Awareness Month and Walgreens teamed up with HOPE Outreach Center and will be accepting Food Pantry donations at 17 Walgreens locations in Davie, Cooper City, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Weston and Southwest Ranches.

We Want You to VOLUNTEER for a shift or to become a Team Captain.

Please join us on  Saturday June 4, between 10AM to 4PM and help us fill HOPE’s  Food Pantry.  We will be accepting non-perishable items to help your neighbors with a hand up during these difficult economic times.  In 2010, Hope Outreach provided food assistance to over 15,000 to your neighbor’s right here in Southwest Broward, through our Food pantry distribution program.

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Becon-TV and Town Of Davie to launch TV series

The Town of Davie and BECON-TV (Broward Education Communications Network) are working on a new television series called BizBlock, designed to educate and inform microbusiness enterprises and small to medium business owners in and around the Town of Davie. “I am looking forward to our partnership with BECON-TV in providing a wonderful informational TV series that will assist our business owners in being successful.” said Davie Mayor Judy Paul. The Mayor continued, “The community will benefit from the myriad of episode topics pertinent to operating a small to medium business.”

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Weston – AARP Safe Driving Course for Mature Adults

On Saturday, May 7 from 10a-4p the City of Weston is offering AARP’s 55 Alive/Mature Driving Program.  This is a six (6) hour classroom session designed as a refresher course in safe driving.  The course is designed especially for older motorists dealing with age related physical changes.  The course is available to anyone 50 and over. A reduction in automobile insurance premium is allowed to each person 55 and over, by most insurance companies when the course is completed and the driver has a safe driving record.  Advance registration is required; call Sonny at  954-385-9920.  $12 per person (AARP members; otherwise $14).

The course will be held at the Weston Community Center, 20200 Saddle Club Road, Weston, FL 33327. 954-389-4321. Please bring a bagged lunch and members should bring AARP card.

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