The Town of Davie is accepting pre-registration applications for a Temporary Release Program for large animals beginning June 1, 2011. The Town will open a neighborhood center to serve as holding area before and during a hurricane or natural disaster. In order to qualify for the temporary release program, you must be a Davie resident or your horse(s) must live in Davie.
Once a hurricane warning has been issued, a site located, will open for pre-registered horses only. This site will reopen to retrieve your horses when the winds have subsided to a minimum of 40 mph. You are encouraged to visit the site for yourself before completing your pre-registration form to determine whether you feel it is safer than your current situation. Remember, this turn-out site is for Davie residents or your horse(s) must live in Davie.
The cost for the program is $20.00 per horse. This fee must be included with your pre-registration. Pre-registration forms are available by contacting Bonnie Stafiej, Director of Special Projects at (954) 797-1163, email@example.com or you may obtain this information on-line. Download your application and other important information by visiting the Town of Davie’s web page at www.davie-fl.gov. Click on Hurricane Info and locate Temporary Large Animal Release Program.
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.”
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.
The Davie Historical Society will host the 13th Annual Generations of Taste from 6-8 p.m., on Saturday, April 16, 2011, at the Old Davie School Historical Museum located at 6650 Griffin Road.
Cooks are invited to submit their favorite homemade dish from any of the following categories: drinks, appetizers, soups, salads, breads, vegetables, main dishes, desserts, country cookin’, and kid’s cookin’.
Cancer patients, survivors and their families are invited to participate in the Patient & Family Advisory Council meetings, hosted by Memorial Cancer Institute. The meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at Memorial Hospital Pembroke, 7800 Sheridan Street, Room 366, Pembroke Pines, Fl. For additional information, call 954-844-9700.
Town of Davie Housing and Community Development Director Giovanni Moss was recently nominated for the African-American Achievers award to recognize his efforts in making a positive difference in the community. The African-American Achievers awards ceremony is an annual event established by the late Jim Moran to recognize extraordinary African-American leaders who are working to improve the quality of life in South Florida.
The event was sponsored by JM Family Enterprises, Southeast Toyota Distributors, and JM Lexus. Mr. Moss was joined by a select group of nominees and five honorees from Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties. The honorees and nominees were recognized at the 19th annual award ceremony on Wednesday, April 6, at the Broward County Convention Center.
After its successful 2009-2010 production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Director Idalmy M. Sanchez brings another musical interpretation on a childhood literary favorite. The play marvels in the travels of Stuart, a mouse, adopted by a New York City family, who embarks on a journey to find his friend Margalo (a bird scared away by the family cat). The mild-mannered mouse braves adventure and misfortune to find his friend – and more importantly himself. The story is a charming tale of friendship and acceptance.