By Li Cohen Special to The Seminole Tribune One topic, one million opinions. The conversation surrounding vaccinating children often makes headlines, whether it’s professionals debating with parents, or celebrities who refuse to vaccinate their children in belief that they will cause autism, alter immune systems, release toxins, and overall, deem them not
Submitted by Naomi Wilson MAUI, HAWAII — During their recent out of state trip, the Hollywood seniors were able to do a cultural exchange with the local Natives in Ka’anapali, Maui, Hawaii. This event was organized by the Hollywood Elders Services Activities Coordinator Elizabeth Bridon and the host hotel, the Westin Maui.
DAVIE — As part of the Hollywood Recreation Department’s Summer Camp 2018, two dozen kids spent part of the day on June 28 at the iFly Fort Lauderdale Indoor Skydiving facility in Davie. Accompanied by Joe Collins, Kyle Denlinger and Patricia Stirrup of Recreation, the kids learned about the wind tunnel
MIAMI GARDENS — Late July will feature plenty of elite soccer matches – men’s and women’s – at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Dubbed “Miami Week” from July 26 to 29, top tier men’s matches will include Bayern Munich vs Manchester City on July 28 and Manchester United vs Real
The annual Indigenous Music Awards were held May 18 in Manitoba, Canada. The following winners were announced during the event. All nominations for each category can be found online at IndigenousMusicWards.com. Best Blues Album Robert “Freightrain” Parker Best Country Album Desiree Dorion Best Electronic Music Album Once a Tree Best Folk Album Buffy Sainte-Marie Best Gospel Callie Bennett Best Hand Drum
The Class of 2018 has made it known that they are destined for greatness. This year’s graduating class is filled with future doctors, artists, educators and entrepreneurs who are ready to broaden their horizons and dive full-force into taking their industries by storm. The Seminole Tribune wishes the Class of 2018
Immokalee Preschool graduating class largest ever Immokalee preschool’s 2018 graduating class was the school’s largest class ever with 15 children, but despite its size the May 3 graduation ceremony went off without a hitch. The eager young grads marched down the aisle as Pomp and Circumstance played over the sound system