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Miami Gardens, FL – As part of National Volunteer Month and National Volunteer Week (April 10-16), over 100 members of the Miami Dolphins Special Teams Driven by Chevy celebrated their one-year anniversary at Sun Life Stadium.

"We are overwhelmed by the energy, dedication and determination by the volunteers who were a part of the inaugural year," said Alex Grossman, Miami Dolphins Senior Vice President of Public Affairs. "There is a great need for community service, and the Dolphins are committed to building an unparalleled volunteer force for our community."

The St. George's College Old Boys defeated the Jamaica College Old Boys to claim the 2011 Ziadie Cup on Saturday, March 26th, 2011. It was their sixth Ziadie Cup win since the tournament began 7 years ago. The St. Georges over-50 team defeated the Jamaica College over-50 team 2-0 in the Grand Masters match. In the Over-35 Masters match Jamaica College defeated St. George's College 3-2. The trophy is awarded based on an aggregate score of both matches with St Georges winning 4-3.

In the opening match the FC International Soccer Club defeated the 2010 Jamaica College soccer team 2-1. The Jamaica College team was the 2010 Triple Crown winners (Manning, Walker Cup & Oliver Shield) of high school football in Jamaica.The FC International Soccer Club is current leaders of the South Florida CASA League.

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers announced hat there is limited reserved seating available for the home opener April 9th against FC Edmonton. Due to the high demand for tickets, the few remaining reserved seats will only be available on a season ticket purchase basis.

The Miami-Dade Community Action Agency (CAA) in conjunction with the Community Advisory Committees (CAC) hosted its 1st Hardwood Classic 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament fundraiser at the Overtown Youth Center. CAA staff members Dominique Nixon and Chamarr West organized the basketball tournament in an effort to raise $500 for the CulmerCAC Scholarship fund. Teams that participated were: South Florida Work Force, the Overtown Youth Center and staff members from the Edison, Perrine, Liberty City and Culmer Community Service Centers.

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