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Happy Holidays!

CONTENTS: NOVEMBER 2016

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OLIDAYS AND FESTIVITIES ARE HERE.TIME TO ENJOY OUR FAMILIES and some free time. The City of Miramar is starting their annual activities with the Holiday Lighting event at the Town Center on December 2nd from 6-7 pm. Come by and enjoy this beautiful event. Entertainment will get really busy with Kenny G and Bob Dylan concerts, Cinderella and Nutcracker shows and the City of Pembroke Pines Snow fest on December 3rd. This month we have a really interesting article from Adriana Gomez from AG Skin Care on how to take care of our face and body. Also, Bella Family Dental will get your smile bright. For those of you that do not want to cook on Thanksgiving, on page 32 we have some suggestions on what and where to eat this holiday season, also on page 18 there is a fantastic article with great ideas on shopping for loved ones this end of the year. Have fun my neighbors!

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12 EVENTS 6 November 2016 COMMUNITY NEWS 8 Memorial Healthcare Joins Forces with Uber 10 A Boo-tiful Celebration 12 Employment Expo Targets US Military Veterans SCHOOL NEWS 14 What's Happening in our Schools 16 Class of 2017 cast early votes in the Presidential Election 2016 GIFT GUIDE 18 Start Your Shopping FEATURE 20 Comprehensive Family Care EVENT SPOTLIGHT 22 Save the Date FROM THE MAYOR 24 Pembroke Pines 25 Miramar PET OF THE MONTH 26 Meet Abby

34 PET HEALTH 27 Treadmill For Dogs…In Water? HEALTH & WELLNESS 29 Basics on the Face and Body Care ARTS CORNER 30 Grants Available for Broward Artists and Arts Organizations FOOD 32 To Cook or Not to Cook: Thanksgiving Specials across South Florida PET HEALTH 34 Treadmill For Dogs… In Water? (Cont.) TRAVEL 34 Taking a Timeout in Tennessee FINANCIALLY FIT 35 Avoid the Holidaze Trap: 35 Five Tips to Stay Financially Fit This Season PUZZLE PAGE 36 Crossword & Sudoku

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The 22nd edition of the Holiday Fantasy of Lights, with 3 miles of giant animated holiday displays and illuminated trees, is larger than ever blending the favorites of the past and the excitement of new creations by Brandano Displays. We expect capacity crowds attracting over 150,000 visitors of all ages in 35,000 cars, trucks, motorhomes and buses. holidaylightsdrivethru.com

NOVEMBER 26

STEVE VAI: PASSION AND WARFARE 25TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR Steve Vai is a virtuoso guitarist, visionary composer, and consummate producer who sculpts musical sound with infinite creativity and technical mastery. After more than three decades, 15 million album sales and three Grammy Awards later, Vai continues to use unbridled guitar virtuosity and soulful artistry to explore the spectrum of human emotion. He has proven himself, in his own right, to be one of music’s true originals.Parker Playhouse at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts; 8 pm; Browardcenter.org

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Free Community event begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m. Live entertainment, hot cocoa, cookies, face painting, and holiday displays. Santa will visit and give out party favors! Bring a camera and capture the joy! To learn about programs, classes and events offered for members of the Southwest Focal Point Community Center please call 954.450.6888.

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NOVEMBER 23

BOB DYLAN AND HIS BAND

For almost 50 years, Bob Dylan has remained one of the most influential American musicians rock & roll has ever produced. Inscrutable and unpredictable, Dylan described as a folk, blues, and rock & roll legend has been both deified and denounced for his shifts of interest, most notably from acoustic to electric. Au-Rene Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts; 8 pm; Browardcenter.org

STORYBOOK FESTIVAL

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The Storybook Festival is free and open to the public. Children can come in costume and join the Storybook Parade and tour the Miami Herald’s Fantasy Forest with fairy tale favorites to see. The City of Pembroke Pines will sponsor an arts and crafts tent where kids can get creative. Southwest Regional Library, located at 16835 Sheridan Street; 10 am to 4:30 pm

Nosh Fest is the premier Jewish Style Food Festival in South Florida. The organizers want to share Jewish style cuisine and culture with our community while raising awareness and providing food to those in need, throughout Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties. Nosh Fest enters it's 7th year and will be hosted at Temple Beth Emet from 11:00am-3:00pm. noshfest.org

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KENNY G THE HOLIDAY TOUR 2016 Take a joyous ride through the smooth sounds of jazz with the one-and-only Kenny G this holiday season! His first Christmas album, “Miracles: The Holiday Album,” ranks as the bestselling yuletide albums ever made with more than 8 million copies sold.Parker Playhouse at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts; thebbtcenter.com

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DECEMBER 3

ANNUAL SNOWFEST CELEBRATION Seventy Five tons of snow will be on hand for children to play. SnowFest activities include: Visits with Santa, face painting, rides, games, arts and crafts, lots of holiday performances, musical entertainment, the Food Truck Invasion, and lots more holiday fun. Enjoy 3 separate snow areas this year! Pines Recreation Center, 4-8pm; Call the Special Events office at 954392-2116 for more information.

DECEMBER 3-4

36TH ANNUAL WOODSTOCK ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL What started out as a small homeowner’s association arts and crafts/flea market at the corner of University Drive and Oakland Park Boulevard has evolved into one of the premier festivals in South Florida, the Woodstock Arts and Crafts Festival. Thirty-three years after its inception, the festival is still planned and run almost completely by volunteers. Welleby Park; woodstockartsfest.com

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Southwest Focal Point Community Center Enjoy a holiday celebration of sight, sound and taste during a festive afternoon proffering tea sandwiches, decadent desserts and assorted teas! Event begins promptly at 2:00 p.m. $18.00 per person.

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Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice-the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. The lavish performance-one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker in the nation- features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Au-Rene Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts; BrowardCenter.org

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific that’s delighting audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale. This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists! Au-Rene Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts; BrowardCenter.org

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ATIENTS WHO MISS APPOINTMENTS OR HAVE TO RESCHEDULE AT the last minute frequently cite transportation as a factor. Now, a collaboration between Hollywood-based Memorial Healthcare System and Uber aims to change that trend. Through the partnership, a “Ride with Uber” button will be prominently displayed on the Memorial Healthcare System website. Patients will be able to quickly

find out the wait time and approximate cost of an Uber ride and set a ride reminder to automatically notify them before their scheduled appointment. Memorial Healthcare System is a six-hospital network in South Broward County and one of the largest public healthcare systems in the nation. This collaboration will start with a pilot program at one of the System’s hospitals, Memorial Hospital Pembroke. Uber, a technology company evolving the way people move, is available in all parts of South Florida, including the Memorial Hospital Pembroke service area. “Patients expect the same level of seamless integration in health care as they do in other aspects of their everyday life. Memorial Hospital Pembroke is focused on becoming a premier digital healthcare organization. Our partnership with Uber is one of many features of digital technology that we are making available to our patients to help them take care of their health and have a better experience,” said Mark Doyle, Memorial Hospital Pembroke’s Chief Executive Officer. “This is just the beginning.” The collaboration with Uber is the latest way Memorial Healthcare System is making access to care easier. Over the past 20 years, Memorial Healthcare System has increased its number of care access points to six hospitals and many ancillary services throughout South Broward. It’s on track to open three new urgent care centers in 2016. In addition to bricks-and-mortar sites, Memorial Healthcare System also has made a significant commitment to using digital technology to help consumers find physicians and schedule appointments online, as well as a new Telehealth initiative called “MemorialDocNow. com.” “Uber is a reliable option—day and night—regardless of where you need to access care,” said Uber South Florida General Manager Kasra Moshkani. “Our collaboration with Memorial Healthcare System is the first of its kind in South Florida and will help patients better plan their transportation to and from appointments, and ensure they never miss an appointment because they don’t have a ride.”

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A Boo-tiful Celebration Halloween in the Pines covered all the bases this year, with everything from a costume contest to the B00-ville FangTastic Annual Halloween to he Annual Halloween Tea presented by the City of Pembroke Pines Southwest Focal Point Community Center. Here are just a few of the best 2016 Halloween moments.

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Employment Expo Targets US Military Veterans

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SECOND ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT EXPO FOR UNITED STATES MILITARY Veterans was a welcome opportunity for more than 200 Veterans in search of employment opportunities. Forty employers provided information about positions available at their companies, conducted preliminary interviews and accepted resumes at the Pembroke Pines Southwest Focal Point Community Center. “Employers came to our Veterans Employment Expo looking for a few good men and women and left very pleased with the Veteran prospects they met,” said Jay Shechter Director of Community Services and Housing. Through the event the Veterans networked with Veteran friendly employers and took advantage of mini - workshops on resume writing and interviewing techniques. “We feel strongly about letting Veterans know they are appreciated and organizing an opportunity for them to meet local employers

who were prepared to screen and recruit on site is our way of saying thank you for their service,” said Shechter. The Second Annual Veterans Employment Expo is an extension of the City of Pembroke Pines Re-Energize and Re-Connect Initiative whose mission is to provide resources and housing for Veterans at the R & R Village. “Our Veterans Employment Expo goal remains the same, to provide Veterans with opportunities for continued success through meaningful employment in the private sector,” said Shechter. Employers interested in participating in the 2017 Veterans Employment Expo to recruit and screen for potential Veteran employees please contact Silvia A. Aguilar, Community Services Administrator at 954-450-6888 or via email saguilar@ppines.com.

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SCHOOL NEWS

STUDENTS REACH OUT DURING CANCER AWARENESS MONTH The Golden Rule of “Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you” is an important part of any project planned by the Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School East Campus Student Council. The Student Council, wanting to do something special for children with cancer during Children’s Cancer Awareness month and for the patients at the Joe DiMaggio's Pediatric Cancer Center, organized a dress down and baseball hat day with a twist, a BOGO, Buy one GIVE one! Students who donated five dollars received two baseball caps, one to decorate for a sick child and one to take home. Students who purchased the hat wrote a special note to be given with their hat. “We had hoped to donate a minimum of 100 baseball caps for the young patients, and in the end our student council sold enough to donate 200 caps,” said Alina PerrySmith, East Campus Curriculum Specialist. “Our students wanted to do something special for children suffering from cancer and they turned to the Golden Rule for inspiration and showed such empathy in their messages in hopes the child who received their note would feel better.”

ARCHBISHOP NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS Eight students from award winning Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School in Southwest Ranches have earned the title of 2017 National Merit Semifinalists. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists represents less than one percent of United States high school seniors. Seniors reaching this high academic achievement have an opportunity to compete for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth approximately $33 million dollars. The Semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship program from Archbishop McCarthy High School are: Savannah L. Bergeron, Benjamin P. Brock, Franchesca A. Linares, Gabriel Peiretti, Anthony J. Wells of Plantation, Allison N. Wilbur, Rachel Wisolmerski, and Adrianna M. Zambrano. “We are very proud of these students. To have been named a National Semifinalist means that they missed three questions or less on the qualifying test, which is very impressive,” said Principal Richard P. Jean.

PINES ELEMENTARY RECOGNIZED BY AHA Pembroke Pines Charter West Campus Elementary School has been recognized by the American Heart Association, for placing Third among Broward County Charter Schools, for its “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraising event for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The Pembroke Pines Charter West Campus students raised $9,081 under the direction of Coach Michelle Sand.The Jump Rope for Heart program engages elementary students in the physical activity of jumping rope while raising funds to support lifesaving heart and stroke research and education. During the two-week program students learn about heart disease and stroke related prevention such as heart attack and stroke warning signs, the importance of physical activity, and an anti-tobacco messages. “Our West Campus students and their families have taken the AHA to heart, by participating and generously donating to promote heart health,” said Principal Michael Castellano.

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NE HUNDRED ELIGIBLE SENIORS from three Broward County High Schools met at Pembroke Pines Charter High School to vote in their first Presidential election during early voting at the Broward County Southwest Regional Library. The All-American event, organized by PCHS Government and Economics and Law Teacher William Quigley, brings new meaning to classroom lectures. “Our students are making and ultimately will live with the history of their vote,” said Quigley. In keeping with a four-year tradition the Pembroke Pines Charter High School seniors were greeted by Pembroke Pines City Officials Pembroke Pines Mayor Frank C. Ortis, Commissioners Iris Siple, Angelo Castillo and Jay Schwartz, City Manager Charles Dodge and Principal Peter Bayer. PPCHS Class of 2017 First Time Voters. The group was joined by School Board Member Patti Good and Representative Richard Stark for a commemorative photo on the steps of Susan B. Katz Theater of Performing Arts at the River of Grass ArtsPark. Following the photo, the seniors and officials walked across campus to vote with their peers from Flanagan and West Broward High Schools. The PPCHS government classes stress to students the importance one vote can make. “People talk about coming to America to live the American Dream. Well, the dream

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T’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START HOLIDAY SHOPPING, SO WE’VE ALREADY STARTED FOR you. From spa days to pet strollers, here’s what we think should make it on your gifting lists…

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3 FOR THE GAMER

At the top of every techie’s wish-list this year is a Virtual Reality Headset! But who wants to break the bank? With Tzumi’s Dream Vision VR headset, you can give the gift for under $20! The Dream Vision VR headset immerses the user in a virtual reality, bringing games, streaming content and graphics to life in 3D. Just insert a phone and start the adventure. Select Wal-Mart stores.

4 FOR THE KIDS

Featuring volume-limiting technology, a custom fit, cushioned headband and ear pads for maximum comfort and cat ears, reindeer antlers or bat wings, the iClever BoostCare Kids Headphones are a perfect stocking stuffer for the little ones in your life. amazon.com

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Dress up your fitness tracker and easily change it from sporty to sophisticated with unisex covers from Functional Wearables. Choose from silver, brushed gold, or rose gold stainless steel sleek covers that slide on and easily turn your Fitbit Charge or Charge HR fitness tracker into a chic fashion accessory. funktionalwearables.com

6 FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER

Take incredible 360-degree selfies and capture special moments on holiday with the Insta360 Nano, the world's first video camera which shoots and live-streams perfect HD 360-degree stills and video directly from your iPhone. The compact, sleek camera simply clips onto an iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6, 6 Plus, 6s or 6s Plus. amazon.com

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7 FOR THE TRENDSETTER

Uber-popular photographer Gray Malin turns his famed images into a home collection via decorative acrylic trays. The trays showcase four iconic images from Gray Malin’s classic collection, including Aspen Skiers, Llamas, Central Park and Lisbon Umbrellas. Greymalin.com or Neiman Marcus stores

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FEATURE

Comprehensive Family Care BY ANDREA CARNIERO

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IMPLICITY, EASE AND COMFORT AREN’T words usually associated with dental visits, but for Broward’s Bella Family Dental, they are words that the doctors and staff take to heart every day. “We know why people don't want to go the dentist and we act on it,” says Dr. Yarimar Ruiz, who leads a team of five doctors she calls her “oral health dream team” at her Pembroke Pines office. For Bella Family Dental that means creating a modern family practice where a relaxing atmosphere, financing options and comprehensive treatment keep patients of all ages coming back for all their dental health needs. Open six days a week, the practice prides itself on being a multi-provider office. That means Bella Family Dental covers everything, including oral surgery, implants, braces, Invisalign, gum treatments, periodontal disease treatment, root canals, crowns, veneers, whitening, bridges and more, all with a great educational turn and the latest techniques in dentistry. They also turn a careful eye to patient finances. “We take all insurance and are one of the few offices in our

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area that take most PPO and HMO plans,” says Dr. Ruiz, who notes the practice offers complimentary consultations for braces, implants and whitening, among others. “We also offer zero deposit and no interest, in-house financing for braces.” But first, says the team, comes patient care. “We treat all of our patients as VIPs,” says Dr. Ruiz. “We take the time to listen and make sure all patients understand the importance of their oral health and treatment.” Ruiz’s philosophy that “preventative care will save you time and money,” begins with creating an inviting atmosphere for even her youngest patients and their parents. In addition to a designated kids waiting room, the spacious facility was created to allow the entire family to remain together and allow parents to supervise any children’s procedures in comfort. The Bella staff offers a Spanish-fluent staff for easy communication. Dr. Ruiz also turns her attention to the community, participating in major community events such as "National Day of Children's Dental Access" via the ADA, Colgate’s "Give a smile to a child," and several health fairs, including the Pembroke Pines Health Fair held by La Nueva 88.3

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FM, for which Dr. Ruiz is a dental spokesperson. “We’re not a dental factory,” she says of her belief in personalized family care. “Many have come to us with a lot of fear and confusion due to expensive treatments, but we’re dedicated to explaining every treatment plan down to the last detail as well as reliable procedures so that everyone can have an excellent oral health.” Bella Family Dental is located at 19551 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines FL 33332. For more information, please visit mybellafamily.com or call 954-621-7959.

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EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Save the Date WHAT: THE 18TH ANNUAL MIRAMAR-PINES ROTARY 5K/10K RUN/WALK AND 1 MILE FAMILY RUN When: Sunday, January 22nd at 8:00am. (Sign-in and Race Day Registration will begin at 7:00 am)

Want to improve your health and your wealth in 2017? Let us show you how in a fun way. JOIN US FOR HAPPY HOUR When: December 9 @ 7pm (English) December 10 @ 10am (Spanish) Where: 17900 NW 5th Street, Suite 106 Pembroke Pines, FL 33029

How: Individuals or teams that would like to register prior to the event can do so atsplitsecondtiming.com/miramar-pines-10k-and-5k About: This annual event is presented by the Rotary Club of Miramar-Pines and the City of Miramar. Proceeds benefit Miramar Police Athletic League, Miramar-Pines Rotary Club Foundation Scholarship Fund, Exceptional Theater Company (ETC) and the Pack-A-Sack Children’s Food Program, as well as other club projects. The Rotary Club of Miramar-Pines is one of 49 clubs in Rotary District 6990. The club’s community outreach includes the cities of Miramar and Pembroke Pines and surrounding areas. It also supports club projects in Colombia and Haiti, as well as Rotary International’s Polio Plus and Youth Exchange programs.

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FROM THE MAYOR

Dear Readers… BY MAYOR FRANK C. ORTIS, CITY OF PEMBROKE PINES

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T HAS BEEN ANOTHER WONderful year for all of us in Pembroke Pines, and I want to send seasons greetings to all of the Pembroke Pines residents and businesses that makes this a very special city in which to live and work. May you and your families enjoy the very best of the holiday season. There are many exciting events planned throughout the city during this holiday season including our annual Snowfest, Sundaes with Santa and our Holiday Open House at the Southwest Focal Point Community Center. You can find many more activities and information on our website at ppines.com and on our facebook page at facebook.com/cityofpembrokepines. Just a reminder that shopping during the holiday season can present unique dangers, which is why taking a few preventative measures can help keep the holiday season joyous. The Pembroke Pines Police Department offers these tips to help make everyone more careful, prepared and aware during the holiday season: Shop during daylight hours whenever possible. If you must shop at night, go with a friend or family member and park near a well-lit area. Avoid wearing expensive jewelry so thieves are not tempted. Do not carry a purse or wallet, if possible. Avoid carrying large amounts of cash but if you do, keep it in your front pocket. Always carry your driver’s license or identification along with necessary cash, checks and/or a credit card you expect to use. Notify the credit card issuer immediately if your credit card is lost, stolen or misused. Keep a record of all of your credit card numbers in a safe place at home. Even though you are rushed and thinking about a thousand things, please stay alert to your surroundings. Avoid overloading yourself with packages. It is important to have clear visibility and freedom of motion to avoid mishap. Beware of strangers approaching you for any reason. At this time of year, con-artists may try various methods of distracting you with the intention of taking your money or belongings. To end the year on a very positive note, we are all very excited about the opening soon of our Pembroke Pines City Center. We can’t wait to share opening information with you – please keep an eye on our website and social media for announcements. I have great hopes for a new year in which all of our best expectations are met. May it be a safe and joyous holiday season for all of you, with a happy and prosperous New Year! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 954-450-1020 or by e-mail at fortis@ppines.com. Your Mayor, Frank C. Ortis City of Pembroke Pines

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FROM THE MAYOR

Dear Readers… BY MAYOR WAYNE M. MESSAM, CITY OF MIRAMAR

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OVEMBER IS THE TIME OF YEAR WE GIVE THANKS for our many blessings throughout the year and the City of Miramar has many reasons for us to give thanks. Just a few years ago, our nation was in the midst of a recession and Miramar was no exception. Foreclosures and many hardships hit some of our friends and neighbors. Today the economic outlook is bright for our city. For the third year in a row, property values are up by 8% and Miramar is rated as the 13th fastest growing economy in the nation by WalletHub.com. In addition, Miramar continues to attract companies to our city that are providing high paying jobs - JL Audio and Ecolab are poised to add over 100 jobs paying an average of $65,000 per year. There is more work to be done on the economic front but Miramar is on the rise and we are much better today than we were just three years ago. Another reason for us to be thankful this year is the successful completion of our LEED Silver Certified Police Headquarters. This facility better equips our police department in keeping our community safe. Our city's most recent accomplishment, for which we give thanks, is the opening of the Pembroke Road Overpass which provides much

anticipated relief to the Miramar Parkway I-75 corridor. Many residents have already mentioned they notice a difference and they enjoy taking the Pembroke Road Overpass as an alternate route. So please pardon our dust as we complete the improvements to the Miramar Parkway I-75 overpass. Now, as we all prepare for the official day of Thanksgiving, we are all looking forward to spending time with family and preparing for the holiday season. I encourage all residents to keep those who may be facing difficult times in our prayers. There are many opportunities to serve at a food pantry, houses of worship and other community efforts to feed the homeless, jobless and sick. I also would like to take this time to thank each of you for giving me the opportunity to serve as your mayor. If I can ever be of assistance, I am only a phone call or email away. Miramar is a wonderful city and together, there is nothing our city can't do. We have so much to be proud of and I can't wait to see what the future has in store. Yours in Service, Wayne Messam Mayor City of Miramar

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HERE ARE MANY OPTIONS IN TODAY'S MARKET WHEN it comes to taking care of the skin and the body. Because of this, some times it can become confusing to decide the best treatments or product options. When visiting a spa, medical spa or aesthetic center, is very important to get a correct consultation. Customers need to be sure that the professional performing the treatment has the knowledge and the experience required, plus the latest technology. This is the key to success. One can not be without the other one. For the AG Skincare team, it is fundamental to educate patients and customers, giving the correct diagnosis, customizing the treatments based on the patient's needs and suggesting Before the right home care to ensure results. Thanks to the access we have today to the latest technology, we can offer excellent results in body and face treatments us lose inches, improve the appearance of the unwanted cellulite, tone the body, reduce expression lines, facial lifting, hair transplant and more. All this without invasive or expensive surgeries or procedures. One of the most popular treatments these days is laser hair removal. This time of the year we get more and more requests for this treatment. What we look for,is to get rid of the annoying hair on the treated area (lips, chin, full face, bikini line or Brazilian style, legs, back, or even full body). The total treatment takes between six-to-nine sessions and has to be done every four-to-six weeks to achieve great results.

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When it comes to body treatments, the combination of different techniques will help patients experience amazing results. Although we know the cellulite will never disappear, we can disguise it and prevent the emergence of more. Lymphatic drainage, endermotherapy, the application of waves such as cavitation, ultrasound or radio frequency and body wraps are some of the techniques that a professional can use to achieve body toning and lost inches. For today's busy women, the Permanent Make Up is the best alternative. There are different techniques to perform this procedure and trained professionals can work on eyebrows, eyeliner and lip liner. The extreme weather and UV exposure in South Florida forces us to include a good skin care product line in our daily beauty routine. We must protect our skin from the harmful UV rays (UVA and UVB). Depending on the SPF and the lifestyle the sun block may need to be reapplied two or After three times a day. To cleanse the skin every night is a must (even if you do not use makeup) in order to keep skin healthy. Based on the skin type, age and lifestyle, a series of four-to-six sessions of a facial treatment has to be performed once or twice a year. To maintain the results, a monthly facial is recommended.

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ARTS CORNER

Grants Available for Broward Artists and Arts Organizations BY NANCY KALIKOW MAXWELL

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OR ONE SEVENTH GRADER, PERFORMING IN THE LION King Junior musical last year before a standing-room-only crowd became one of the proudest moments in her life. This opportunity, made possible through one of Broward Cultural Division’s funding programs, is one of several annual grant programs. Close to 100 grants are awarded each year through nine programs for projects like these that create proud moments in seventh grader’s lives. Designed to promote the development of non-profit cultural organizations, Cultural Division grants are awarded on a competitive basis to qualified individuals artists and arts organizations. The following programs will be accepting applications in the late winter and early spring.

COMMUNITY ARTS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP (CAEP) PROGRAM

One of the most popular grant programs, this grant offers awards from $2,000 to $7,000 to individual artists and community-based arts educators conducting programs in Broward County. To be eligible, the artist must live in Broward or surrounding counties (Miami-Dade, Monroe, Palm Beach, or Martin County). Projects may include performances, exhibitions, arts instruction, arts integration, or arts intervention, among others. Applications will open early in the New Year with a March 1, 2017, deadline. Robin Braun, an artist/educator, was one of the lucky recipients to receive a CAEP grant this year. As Executive Artistic Director of the Inside Out Theatre Company, Braun is using the funds to work with students from the Gulfstream Academy K-8 public school and Hallandale High School to stage the full-length musical, “The Wiz: Raising Up the Arts and Expectations.” Addressing themes of finding strength within and rising above challenging circumstances, this play is especially appropriate for students who have never before been involved in a performing arts production. Many in the audience will also be seeing a production of this type for the first time. “Through this grant, we have increased the production value to bring a quality musical theatre to these Title I schools,” said Braun. Rehearsals for the play begin this fall, with the final performance to be presented for free and open to the public on May 17 at Hallandale High School. Another recipient of a CAEP grant, the Broward County Library, is using grant funds to teach youth services staff how to integrate arts into library programming. Working with Darby Hayes, Arts Train Arts Integration Specialist, the library will sponsor professional development training workshops for staff to learn how to choose, plan, and put together sustainable arts activities. The first workshop was a hands-on session where library staffers learned how to create picture storybooks by producing their own. In future sessions Hayes will explain and model how to hold a story-miming event, telling stories through gestures and a poetry-in-motion session where participants write and present a poem through movement. 30

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CULTURAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM (CINV)

Broward non-profit cultural organizations that have been operational for at least two years are eligible to receive $10,000-$80,000 through a Cultural Investment Program grant. Funds must be used to present and/or produce a season of exhibitions, programs, events or performances that is open to the public in Broward County. Applicants must undergo a designation review before December 1, and those organizations deemed eligible must apply by February 1.

CULTURAL TOURISM PROGRAM (CTP)

Arts organizations sponsoring a project, festival, exhibit or performance that will promote tourism in Broward County may qualify for a Cultural Tourism Program grant. This program offers awards from $10,000-$65,000 to non-profit organizations, municipalities, and consortium of organizations that use the arts to promote tourism. Applications are due January 25, 2017.

TOURIST DEVELOPMENT TAX (TDT) CAPITAL CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM (CCGP)

Along with municipalities and government agencies, non-profit organizations considering acquiring, constructing, or remodeling a facility might qualify for a Tourist Development Tax grant. Up to $500,000 may be requested under this program for tourist-oriented facilities such as museums and auditoriums operated by nonprofit organizations and/ or public agencies. Applicants must demonstrate how the project will enhance Broward County as a tourist destination and generate hotel stays. An Application Workshop will be held Tuesday, December 13, 2016 and applications are due February 15, 2017. For more information on grants programs, contact Adriane Clarke, Grants Management Specialist, Broward County Cultural Division, aclarke@broward.org, 954 357-7530 and visit Broward.org/Arts.

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NE OF LIFE’S GREATEST CHALLENGES IS REALIZING WHEN TO TAKE a time out. My realization came a few weeks ago, when I found myself having a full-blown conversation with my cat… time to get away. I packed a small bag, took the top off my jeep and headed for Knoxville, Tennessee. I knew the ’82 World’s Fair had been held there and it’s home to the University of Tennessee but I was going there to spend time in nature and reconnect with myself. Crossing the Henley Street Bridge into downtown, I was very much aware of the little mountain town feel. I checked into the Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park and trust me, as Robin, director of sales and marketing, said, “This is not your grandpa’s Holiday Inn.” The hotel’s décor was inviting and my room was spacious and extremely pleasant. However, what really made this hotel a place I will definitely recommend was its staff. Chris at the front desk could not have been nicer and more accommodating and Charles, the shuttle driver, entertained me with his personality and stories of Knoxville. On my way to dinner, I was taken with the quaintness of the town. There is Old City with its shops and restaurants and the square downtown is blocked off to make downtown one of the most pedestrian friendly cities I’ve seen. There was a movie playing in the square with people sitting in lawn chairs as the cool night breeze blowing their blankets. I stepped into J.C. Holdway, a restaurant that made me think of a loft in New York. After asking my waiter to tell me his favorite foods, I settled on the chicken wings with Alabama white sauce. All I can say is that had I been with friends, I would have ordered another batch. They were spectacular. I decided to check out the nightlife and found myself noticing people turning down a small alleyway. I peeked around the corner to see them entering a doorway with a red light over it. Making my way across the threshold, I could make out a dimly lit hallway with a gentleman wearing a gold bowtie standing by another door. Believe it or not, I was ushered into a speakeasy. On the other side of the small room was a wall that slid back and forth which would gain you entry into The Oliver Hotel. What a step back into time. The next few days were a whirlwind of fun. I went kayaking with River Sports Outfitters down the river and just soaked in the solitude and the beauty of the riverbanks. I ate lunch at Jackie’s Dream, which is a small restaurant in a neighborhood serving the best soul food I have ever had. Denisha, my waitress, just made the whole experience the best with her singing. I had time for a quick stop at the Botanical Gardens to see their new secret garden before heading to Wine on the Water. Wine on the Water is a yearly event to benefit Cystic Fibrosis and it was wonderful. There were multiple wine and food booths and it appeared the whole community came out to support the cause. As nighttime crept in, the bridge lanterns came on and a paddleboat cruised down the river. Norman Rockwell at his best. I have to say, it’s difficult to pinpoint the best experience in this amazing town but Navitat ranks way up there. Navitat is a zip line adventure park with six stations that start at a huge tree house. Each station gradually increases in tree height and difficulty. At the end of each “adventure” you zip line down. It was the challenge I was looking for. Sadly, I had to say goodbye to Knoxville but as I drove back across the bridge, I waved and thought, “Thanks for the memories.” Debbie Martinez is a Travel Editor for. She can be reached at debbiemartinez1@mac.com. To Advertise in Miramar/Pembroke Pines City News, Please call 954-851-5056


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