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HOF INDUCTEES: There wasn’t an empty seat at the Miami Springs Country Club last week when Miami Springs High School held its Inaugural Hall of Fame Athletic Awards Ceremony. The Charter class of inductees included, from left, Buddy Goins, Doug Orr (special contributor), Karen Borgman (accepting for Wendy Fordyce), Bill Diaz, Shelly Dunkel, Phil Jones, Tosie LeGrand and Altermease Kendrick (accepting for husband Vince).

Miami Springs High School holds Inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame Awards ceremony

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 15
River Cities Gazette

The Inaugural Miami Springs Senior High School Athletic Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony became a reality last week before a sold out crowd at M... iami Springs Country Club as a total of seven former Springs athletes or coaches went in as the charter class.

Miami Springs/Virginia Gardens U-12 girls soccer team wins President's Cup, honored at River Cities Festival

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 14
River Cities Gazette

A long and winding road of soccer success came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday morning, April 6 when the Miami Springs/Virginia Gardens ... Under-12 girls soccer team broke down the doors of local history by becoming the first local girls soccer team to ever win the President's Cup. As a result the team was honored at the Opening Ceremonies of the River Cities Festival last weekend when County Commissioners Jose "Pepe" Diaz and Rebeca Sosa showed up for the ceremony.

Tempers flare at Medley council meeting over seafood processing business

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 10
River Cities Gazette

Even though the Fourth of July is still three months away, that didn’t mean the Town of Medley didn’t have its own version of an e... arly fireworks show at its monthly meeting last Monday night, April 7 when more than a dozen business owners were lined up to take their turn at the podium and give the council some very strong opinions and things nearly got out of control.

"No" vote on Miami Springs referendum emerges victorious

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 9
River Cities Gazette

A special election vote on a referendum that was barely on everyone’s radar three months ago but quickly morphed into a major issue aro... und Miami Springs was settled on Tuesday and when all votes were tabulated, a referendum that would have authorized the city council to sell off a small sliver of the Miami Springs Golf Course to a local developer was voted down by a close margin.

River Cities Festival celebrates 40 years in Miami Springs this weekend

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 7
River Cities Gazette

BRING IT ON!! The wait is over and the planning is complete. The 2014 River Cities Festival, the 40th edition, is this weekend kicking off F... riday evening, April 11 and you do not want to miss meeting old friends, listening to music, eating too much, and having fun.

Organizing for life transitions: Moving

- River Cities Gazette , Apr 9
River Cities Gazette

Moving is an event known as a life transition. Oftentimes a significant shift in a person's life can lead to a loss of control and one of th... e ways that shows up is in a disorganized home. As a Professional Organizer at Neat with Knight, I specialize in guiding clients through the process of deciding what goes to the new home and removing what will not go. Here are some tips to help you de-clutter your space and make a smooth transition.

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