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Broward Health Hosts Expo for Diverse Suppliers

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Broward Health is looking for diverse suppliers. On Friday, the healthcare system will host its 23rd annual Broward Health Supplier Diversity Business and Health Expo at Signature Grand in Davie, Florida.

Fort Lauderdale Chamber Recognizes Broward Health Caregiver

Broward Health’s Kelly Keys was recognized for her contributions in healthcaretoday at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce’s Perspectives on Florida’s Healthcare and Excellence in Healthcare Awards.Keys received the chamber’s award for Excellence as First Responder.

Pictured, L to R: Kelly Keys, Manager of Emergency Preparedness for Broward Health, and David Clark, senior vice president of operations

Digicel Returning to the 2019 Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival

Miami, Florida. – Digicel, the total communication and entertainment provider for the Caribbean, Central America and the Asia Pacific, will be present in the 2019 Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival to be held at Miramar Regional Park on Sunday, November 10. During the event, attendees will be able to learn about products such as Digicel Top Up and Digicel International Calling, both exclusively created to connect communities with their loved ones and help them be present at all times.

County Line Chiropractic Sponsors Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival

Miramar, FL – County Line Chiropractic Medical & Rehab Centers has once again signed on to become a sponsor of the 18th annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, scheduled for November 10th at Miramar Regional Park. Absent from the festival for the last few years, County Line Chiropractic is back this year with extra enthusiasm and will be very prominent at this year’s Jerk Festival.

Dr. Laura Hochstein (left) of County Line Chiropractic Medica and Rehab Center presents sponsorship check to Eddy Edwards, (center) CEO of Jamaican Jerk Festival USA, Inc., while Dr. Angel Ares looks on.

One Community One Goal Access Breakfast Presents FPL on Green Energy and Resiliency

On Thursday, October 10th, Miami-Dade College (Wolfson Campus) hosted the next in the One Community One Goal Access Breakfast series, focused on Clean Energy and Resiliency. Florida Power & Light (FPL) President and CEO, Eric Silagy headlined the talk where he discussed FPL's ongoing efforts towards clean energy including nuclear and solar power. OCOG Co-Chairs, Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Nitin Motwani and Sheldon Anderson also spoke, as did Miami-Dade College's Executive Vice President and Provost, Lenore Rodicio. Mayor Gimenez touched on County-wide community initiatives while Ms. Rodicio focused on steps the College is taking to be a greener and more environmentally friendly facility.

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