e-Editions 2015

DECEMBER 2015
Front Page: The “Dinosaurs Around the World” exhibit at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium will take visitors 270 million years back in time. The 32nd Annual Wellington Holiday Parade, which will be held Sunday, Dec. 13, will certainly be one to remember.
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NOVEMBER 2015
Front Page: Ex-firefighter and Wellington resident Patrick Kendrick has turned his love of writing into a full-time career, churning out four mystery thrillers to date. The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches has put out the call for nominations for the group’s 33rd Annual Women in Leadership Awards.
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OCTOBER 2015
Front Page: New Everglades regulations will eliminate the use of airboats – one of the symbols of South Florida’s Gladesman culture. The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority board of directors has re-appointed Howard Pincus chairman for the 2015-2016 term.
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SEPTEMBER 2015
Front Page: Two evenings a week, students meet at The Multilingual Language & Cultural Society to learn a language through lessons, music, games and conversation. The second annual Countdown 2 Zero adoption event, presented by The Lois Pope LIFE Foundation, takes place Saturday, Sept. 12.
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AUGUST 2015
Front Page: Big Dog Ranch, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the Southeastern U.S., is getting a new home of its own. The search has officially begun for the American German Club’s 2015 “Goodwill Ambassador,” also known as Miss Oktoberfest.
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JULY 2015
Front Page: City of West Palm Beach officials recently unveiled the new bike-sharing program called SkyBike, all part of making downtown more pedestrian friendly and mobile. Norton’s summer exhibition examines 20th Century transportation revolution.
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JUNE 2015
Front Page: From Wellington to Palm Beach Gardens, there’s numerous events taking place throughout the summer months that offer fun ways to spend precious family time together without putting a huge dent in the wallet. Venus Williams to headline Wellington tennis center grand opening.
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MAY 2015
Front Page: The fledgling sport of disc golf is starting to pick up steam here in Palm Beach County. As the month of April comes to a close, it can mean just one thing: SunFest is here.
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2015 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Featuring summer camps throughout Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and Loxahatchee. Includes camps specializing in archery, tennis, theater, swimming, equestrian, golf, music, photography and more.
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APRIL 2015
Front Page: Meet Dr. Dror Paley, the world-renowned limb-lengthening and deformity-correction surgeon who – on a daily basis – corrects the mistakes of Mother Nature herself. The Palm Beach Photographic Centre will feature the photo exhibit, “Cuba: Contrasting Visions” starting April 9.
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MARCH 2015
Front Page: Thanks to new state-of-the-art video equipment and a pair of dedicated teachers, students in The King’s Academy’s Media Studies and Broadcast Journalism class are rolling at Studio 70. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium recently debuted its new 5,000-square-foot “Hall of Discovery.”
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FEBRUARY 2015
Front Page: The Norton Museum of Art will undergo a $60 million expansion starting next year. Just one short year ago on Valentine’s Day Palm Beach Outlets opened to much fanfare, and now they’re ready to celebrate turning a year old.
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JANUARY 2015
Front Page: More than half a million people will visit the South Florida Fair, home to the largest midway in the Southeastern United States. Six area women were recently named ambassadors to the 2015 Kravis Center Gala, the annual fund-raising event that will feature the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra on Sunday, Feb. 8.
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