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Ahfachkee School names students of the month

BIG CYPRESS — The Ahfachkee School awarded its first students of the month for each grade level in September. Students of the month are chosen based on the school’s newly implemented character education program, which focuses on a different character trait every month. The eight character traits are cooperation, responsibility, citizenship, kindness,

EIRA winners honored at banquet

BRIGHTON — The Eastern Indian Rodeo Association held its annual season-ending awards banquet Oct. 13 at the Florida Seminole Veterans Building in Brighton. All Around winners included Naha Jumper, Annie Quinn Barney, Thadd Johns and Paizlee Miller. Sanction Saddle winners Jacoby Johns – Bareback Dayne Johns – Steer Wrestling Naha Jumper – Tie Down

Skyla Osceola, NSU open season Nov. 9

DAVIE — The Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball team, which includes Skyla Osceola, will open its season Nov. 9 in Miami. The Sharks will face Delta State (Nov. 9) and Union (Nov. 10) in the GSC/SSC Crossover Challenge at Barry University. The home opener is Nov. 15 against Montevallo at

Four ways to keep away ‘the silent killer’

Submitted by Bob Lamendola, Florida Department of Health Broward County As hurricanes and tropical storms spin in the Atlantic Ocean, let’s think about things we can do to avoid danger. Here’s one: Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Tragically, a few Floridians die from CO gas almost every time a storm or an emergency

Childhood vaccination myths, debunked

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

Hollywood seniors share cultural exchange in Maui, Hawaii

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.

High-flying fun at iFly for Hollywood Rec kids

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