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One of Miami’s Community Newspapers _______________________________________ Supporting local businesses since 1958 South Miami _____________________________________ ______________________________ SEPT. 29 - OCT. 5, 2009 Professional Bank celebrates anniversary helping Easter Seals BY ALEC J. ROSEN rofessional Bank is partnering with Easter Seals to celebrate the Bank’s first anniversary with a benefit on October 2 to raise money for people with special needs. In the past year, Professional Bank has been consistent in meeting and even exceeding business plan objectives in an adverse environment. The Bank is proud to share their success with Easter Seals South Florida, a well-known non-profit organization that has been providing services for people with disabilities for years. Professional Bank opened its doors the same month that Lehman Brothers failed and the world's financial system was on the brink of total meltdown. The Bank’s business plans were many months in the making, and they were P Shops at Sunset Place holds family crime prevention event Amy on Sunset BY AMY LIVERGOOD DONNER If you do your shopping in South Miami, you are very lucky. We have the greatest merchants and merchandise for miles around. It is well known that at this moment in retail history our area is the envy of the region. Here are two great merchants that are part of the reason. They also happen to be members of The Red Sunset Merchants Association. The RSMA provides crime watch, beautification, networking and marketing for the area. If you need more information on the association go to <>. McGruff the Crime Dog and some young fans at an earlier event. (See story on page 7) –––––––––––––––– See AMY ON SUNSET, page 7 Affiliated Healthcare Centers eases the pain D BY NANCY EAGLETON GARY D. MOSS, PRESIDENT/CEO, PROFESSIONAL BANK ––––––––––––––––––––– See ANNIVERSARY, page 3 r. Barry Burak, Chiropractic Physician and Director of Affiliated Healthcare Centers, Inc. in South Miami, and his team of doctors, chiropractic assistants, specialists and office staff are dedicated to offering patients services and solutions for a better lifestyle. “Our staff is so diverse and highly trained, and every member believes in excellence,” said Dr. Burak. “Our goal is to provide the very best, high quality care and ultimate service to our patients.” Affiliated Healthcare Centers treats patients who have experienced auto accidents, sports injuries or work-related injuries, as well as those who suffer from chronic back or neck pain, neu- rological disorders, TMJ, orthopedic issues, headaches and migraines. The center treats both children and adults and also offers nutrition and wellness care counseling. “We specialize in sports injuries and strains,” Dr. Burak said. “There are so many treatment alternatives to sur––– See HEALTHCARE CENTERS, page 5

South Miami News, September 29, 2009 Edition - Local, Community News - Miami, Florida

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