e-Editions 2018

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OCTOBER 2018
Front Page: Meet Judy Berens, Wellington’s very own cat lady. They’re back! Local green markets make their return.
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SEPTEMBER 2018
Front Page: Experts say it is time to save the American Flamingo. West Palm Beach’s Grandview Public Market is a foodie’s delight.
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AUGUST 2018
Front Page: Out of Control: Iguanas infesting South Florida. Feeling artsy? Take an art class in Northwood Village.
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JULY 2018
Front Page: In 2009, Aaron Wormus began posting photos of West Palm’s downtown happenings on Twitter. He now has 13,600 followers. Kitten season has arrived – Don’t touch!
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JUNE 2018
Front Page: South Florida Science Center’s latest exhibit lets kids experience life in the fast lane. Playhouses invade WPB waterfront for the summer.
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MAY 2018
Front Page: America’s national parks are brimming with natural wonders, but visiting these gems will soon get a little pricier. Rosarian Academy partnership to beef up STEM program.
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APRIL 2018
Front Page: Combating Florida’s Opioid Epidemic. As part of Florida Power & Light Company’s Power to Care Week, more than 150 FPL employees volunteered to provide upgrades at Seminole Trails Elementary School.
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2018 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Palms West Monthly’s 2018 Summer Camp Guide serves Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and The Acreage with camp write-ups, costs, dates and other information to help parents make informed decisions.
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MARCH 2018
Front Page: Entering their second year in West Palm Beach, the Astros begin spring training with an unfamiliar ring – as World Series champs. The King’s Academy takes service trip to Nicaragua.
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FEBRUARY 2018
Front Page: Safeguards questioned after latest high-speed train death. It’s time once again for the “Best Stinkin’ Party in South Florida,” as the 19th Annual South Florida Garlic Fest rolls …
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JANUARY 2018
Front Page: South Florida Fair marches back into town Jan. 12-28. Tickets are now on sale for Wellington’s annual father-daughter dance, to be held Saturday, Feb. 3.
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