jueves, 28 de febrero de 2013

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jueves, 14 de febrero de 2013

FLORIDA PARK SERVICE CELEBRATES FLORIDA HIKING TRAILS MONTH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 13, 2013

CONTACT: DEP Press Office, 850.245.2112, DEPNews@dep.state.fl.us

FLORIDA PARK SERVICE CELEBRATES FLORIDA HIKING TRAILS MONTH

~This month, head to a state trail to enjoy a healthy activity in Florida’s great outdoors~

Palatka-to-Lake Butler State Trail

The Palatka-Lake Butler State Trail corridor stretches nearly 47 miles from west of US 17 in Palatka to State Road 238 in Lake Butler.


TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service invites Floridians and visitors to enjoy a hike along the state’s extensive, nationally recognized trail system during February and throughout the year. Recognizing the importance of providing a healthy and affordable outdoor activity for Florida’s families and visitors, Governor Rick Scott has proclaimed February as Florida Hiking Trails Month.
“February is the perfect time for Florida citizens and visitors to take advantage of the scenic beauty offered by our state’s outstanding system of trails,” said Donald Forgione, DEP’s Florida Park Service Director. “Florida’s hiking trails give visitors access to natural and cultural resources, as well as promote healthy lifestyles, nature-based tourism and economic benefits for the state.”
Finding that perfect trail to hike is now easier with the Official Florida State Parks Mobile App for iPhones and Androids. This interactive guide gives users on-the-go access to Florida’s 171 state parks, trails and historic sites, complete with detailed information about campgrounds, amenities, activities offered, facility maps, directions and so much more. The app allows visitors to plan that perfect outdoor trip by searching for a park by GPS location or activity to find nearby locations to enjoy hiking, camping, boating, birding and more. Once there, advanced GPS and GIS mapping technology allows visitors to track and record trails, mark waypoints and locate friends within the park. There is even an option to cache GPS maps in advance to ensure that navigation remains possible in the event of lost mobile reception.
Florida Hiking Trails Month is designed to emphasize fun and fitness along scenic and diverse trails--from urban trails in the midst of cityscapes to wilderness trails that run through Florida’s award-winning state parks. Florida has a vast network of trails that includes more than 2,500 miles of dedicated hiking trails and several thousand more miles of multi-use, recreational trails within federal, state, county and city recreational areas. Florida trails promote healthy lifestyles as well as nature-based tourism and economic benefits for the state.
For ideas in planning your own hiking trips, download the new mobile app from iTunes or Android Marketplace or visit www.FloridaStateParks.org. For additional travel-related information, explore Visit Florida’s trails website http://www.visitflorida.com/trails/. For more information about Florida Hiking Trails Month, look for the Florida Trail Association chapter nearest you at www.floridatrail.org.

About Florida State Parks and Trails

Florida’s 171 award-winning state park and trail properties have inspired residents and visitors with recreation opportunities and scenic beauty that helps to strengthen families, educate children, expand local economies and foster community pride. With 161 parks, 10 state trails, nearly 800,000 acres, 100 miles of beaches and more than 1,500 miles of multi-use trails, visit soon and often to enjoy Florida’s natural treasures. Download the official Florida State Parks Pocket Ranger® mobile app, available on iTunes and Android Market, to plan your trip and for an enhanced experience while visiting Florida’s state parks and trails. For more information, visitwww.FloridaStateParks.org.

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martes, 5 de febrero de 2013

ARTICULO DE JESUS GANEM MARTINEZ

FUENTE: NOTITARDE, VALENCIA, VENEZUELA

DARLE CLICK PARA LEER

Palabras del Presidente del Club de Venezolanos Americanos en el Condado de Broward: Oscar Ganem.


Palabras del Presidente del Club de Venezolanos Americanos en el Condado de Broward: Oscar Ganem.

1). Honorable  Congresista Joe García.
2). Sra. Anette Tadeo, Jefa del Comité Ejecutivo Demócrata de Miami Dade.
3). Sr. Oswaldo Muñoz, Director Jefe del Diario El Venezolano.
4). Sr. Sam Feldman. Secretario del Club Venezolano Americano Demócrata en Miami.
5). Periodista. José Hernández, Editor del Diario El Venezolano.
6). Sr. Carlos Pereira. Presidente del Club Demócrata Venezolano Americano en Miami
7). Joven: Victoria Conclavez: Próxima Líder Americana. 
8). Señores Miembros del Comité Ejecutivo Partido Demócrata en Miami.
9). Señores Periodistas presente en este acto.
10). Invitados Especiales y amigos todos.

 Me siento muy feliz de poder estar en este evento, representado al Club Venezolano Americano del Condado de Broward, el cual fue organizado por El Diario el Venezolano y por nuestro Congresista Joe García, por cuanto se abre una esperanza para los venezolanos que vivimos en este estado, ya que  sabemos de la calidad humana de nuestro congresista y  que El,  está atento,  al clamor de muchos venezolanos que viven en esta tierra de  Libertad. 
El tiempo es ahora Honorable Diputado, el lugar es el Congreso en Washington y la gente indicada  son los Honorables Senadores  y Diputados del Partido Demócrata,  junto al gran Presidente Barak Obama, quienes tienen la obligación histórica de hacer una Reforma Migratoria Integral y a su vez apoyar a los venezolanos exiliados que vivimos en Estados Unidos,  para continuar la lucha por el rescate de la Democracia en Venezuela.
Somos 12 millones de seres humanos  hispanos que vivimos en este gran país y exigimos que se haga justicia y se cumpla con la palabra empeñada por el Señor Presidente Obama.   
Usted Congresista García tiene  también una alta responsabilidad,  porque los hispanos  americanos  de su distrito  (26),  votaron mayoritariamente por usted y los candidatos demócratas en las pasadas elecciones, por lo que   no hay chance para defraudarnos.
El gran compromiso que asumí a título personal,  con los venezolanos demócratas del Club de Broward que participaron en la pasada elección presidencial,  hace que le pidamos  por favor, que nos reciba en Washington,   a una pequeña delegación de venezolanos-americanos para Ratificar y Apoyar,    por parte del recién designado Secretario de Estado Señor  Jim Kerry,  la lucha contra el régimen comunista de Chávez  en Venezuela.
El tiempo es ahora congresista García. Esperamos que usted nos brinde su  apoyo, para seguir la lucha por el Rescate de la Democracia en Venezuela. .  Queremos Libertad…..Cuente con nuestro apoyo.
Señoras, señores. 

Oscar Ganem
Presidente del Club Venezolano Americano en el
Condado de Broward.




Remarks by the President of the Venezuelan American Club of Broward County: Oscar Ganem.


1). Honorable Congressman Joe Garcia.
2). Ms. Anette Tadeo, Democratic Executive Committee Chair of Miami Dade.
3). Oswaldo Munoz, Chief of the  Venezuelan News.
4). Mr. Sam Feldman. Secretary of Venezuelan American Democratic Club in Miami.
5). Journalist. Jose Hernandez, Editor the Venezuelan News.
6). Mr. Carlos Pereira. President  of the Venezuelan American Democratic Club in Miami-Dade
7). Young Victoria Conclavez: Next American Leader.
8). Executive Committee, Members of the Democratic Party in Miami-Dade & Broward. .
9). Gentlemen Journalist  present at this event.
10). Special guests and friends all.

I am very happy to be at this event, represented the Venezuelan American Democratic Club in Broward County, which was organized by the Venezuelan News and our Congressman Joe Garcia, in that it offers hope for Venezuelans who live in this state, and we know of the human quality of our congressman and that he, this attentive to the cry of many Venezuelans who live in this land of Freedom.



Time is now Honorable Congressman, the venue is the Congress in Washington and the right people are the Honorable Senators and Representatives of the Democratic Party, with the great President Barak Obama, who have a historical obligation to Comprehensive Immigration Reform and in turn support the Venezuelan exiles living in the United States, to continue the struggle for the rescue of Democracy in Venezuela.



We humans 12 million Hispanics living in this great country and we demand justice and fulfill the word by the President Obama.

You Congressman Garcia also has a high responsibility that Hispanic Americans in his district (26), you voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidates and in the last election, so no chance to disappoint.


The big commitment I took a personal, with Venezuelans Broward Democratic Club who participated in the last presidential election, do we ask please that we get in Washington, a small delegation of Venezuelan-American to endorse and support, by the newly appointed Secretary of State Mr.  Jim Kerry, fighting the communist Chavez’s regime in Venezuela. 



Time is now Congressman Garcia. We hope you give us your support, to continue the struggle for Democracy and Rescue  for Venezuela’s  Freedom .. We count on your support.



Ladies, Gentlemen.

Oscar Ganem
President of the Venezuelan American Democratic
Club in Broward County. 

viernes, 1 de febrero de 2013

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WHAT THEY ARE SAYING...


WHAT THEY ARE SAYING...

~Leaders applaud Gov. Scott's Florida Families First Budget on Environmental Protection~

Eric Draper, Executive Director of Audubon Florida
"This is really good news on both fronts. It's the first time in several years that we will see over $130 million in potential funding for both these programs(Florida Forever and Everglades)."
"It feels like we have turned a corner with Governor Scott. This budget seems to be a good environmental budget."
"It's starting to put environmental spending back on track where it used to be. Gov. Scott is starting to make the environment a priority. This does seem like a different Gov. Scott. We're seeing his office listening more."
Eric Eikenberg, Everglades Foundation Chief Executive Officer
“We strongly support his recommendation to provide $60 million for Everglades restoration. We appreciate the governor’s commitment to Everglades restoration and we believe the Florida Legislature will more than match his recommendation.”
David Mica, Executive Director of the Florida Petroleum Council
"It's very positive. I think it represents the commitment of the governor to the drinking water and groundwater of the state."
Florida Forever Coalition
“The governor’s Florida Forever budget recommendation is a positive step forward for Florida. His $75 million recommendation puts Florida Forever back on the right track. With the economy recovering, it is important to allocate funds to preserve our state’s natural areas and protect the places that make Florida special. We look forward to working alongside the governor this legislative session to advocate for the appropriation of funds for Florida Forever.”

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FLORIDA PARK SERVICE COMMEMORATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH AND VIVA FLORIDA 500 IN FEBRUARY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 1, 2013

CONTACT: DEP Press Office, 850.245.2112, DEPNews@dep.state.fl.us

FLORIDA PARK SERVICE COMMEMORATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH AND VIVA FLORIDA 500 IN FEBRUARY

~Many historical and cultural events planned this month throughout the state~

Living historians reenact the Battle of Bloody Mose.

Living historians reenact the Battle of Bloody Mose.

TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service is proud to host many historical and cultural events this month in recognition of Black History Month and Viva Florida 500. Florida State Parks will commemorate their role in African-American history through reenactments of key battles, educational displays and interactive programs. These activities will bring history to life and set the stage for a fun, educational family outing.
“Creating educational opportunities about our significant historical resources is an important part of the state park mission to provide resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources,” said Donald Forgione, DEP’s Florida Park Service Director. “Florida’s state parks and trails provide an exceptional look into our past that shaped our great state as we know it today.”
Florida is rich in African-American history and Florida State Parks tell the stories of daily life, traditions and turning points in American history. Florida’s state parks are home to Civil War battle grounds where African-American regiments fought against Confederate soldiers at the 1864 Battle of Olustee, as well sites along the Underground Railroad like the lighthouse at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne, listed as a site on the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. America’s first free black settlement is located in Florida at Fort Mose Historic State Park, where escaped slaves took refuge in the 1700s.
Many of Florida's state parks and trails offer an educational look at history and culture. Some offer valuable lessons for African American History Month, Native American history and more, all of which are commemorated during Viva Florida 500.
African-American History Events include:
Fort Mose Historic State Park in St. Augustine is the site of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement in what is now the United States. On Saturday, Feb. 9 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m., living historians will present Flight to Freedom with guided tours to allow visitors to listen to the tales of oppression and resistance and the struggle for freedom. The park is also offering a lecture series on the Birth Place of Freedom. $2 per person, museum admission fee.
In Key West, Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park will present Civil War Heritage Days from Friday, Feb. 8 through Sunday, Feb. 10. This three-day event will feature land and sea battles with reenactors in period costume and more. Free with park admission of $6 per vehicle, up to eight people.
From Friday, Feb. 15 to Sunday, Feb. 17, the reenactment of Florida's largest Civil War battle will take place at Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park, east of Lake City. Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily, more than 2,000 reenactors will present military and civilian life from 1864 along with the battle on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Adults $7, children six and older $5.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, the Silver River Museum will present Glass Bottom Boat Captains of Silver Springs at Silver River State Park. Open House will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and the program begins at 6 p.m. Free but space is limited.
On Saturday, Feb. 23, baseball games will be played on the ball fields currently located near the site of the former Negro League ball field at Santos, located just east of US 441 on SW 80 Street between Ocala and Belleview. The Historic Santos Park is located on Cross Florida Greenway land that was acquired as part of the 1930’s Cross Florida Ship Canal project when a sea-level ship canal was planned and started to connect shipping from the Gulf of Mexico to the St. Johns River and Atlantic Ocean near Jacksonville.
Native-American History Events include:
On Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., enjoy Fort Foster Days as military, Seminole and civilian reenactors portray life from the Second Seminole War period at Fort Foster Historic Site, which is part of Hillsborough River State Park, just north of Tampa. Both days will feature firing demonstrations through the day and a skirmish after 1 p.m. $5 donation per person.
On Saturday, Feb. 9 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., the Lee Trust for Historic Preservation will hold a free symposium titled "Conquistadors and the Calusa: Reflections on Resistance" at Koreshan State Historic Site in Estero. Space is limited. You can pre-register by email.
On Saturday, Feb. 9 from 9 a.m. to noon, visitors can take a fascinating journey by van into the forest at Ichetucknee Springs State Park to the site of the 17th Century Mission de San Martin de Timucua. Space is limited. Call 386-497-4690 for reservations. $6 per vehicle, up to eight people.
Viva Florida 500
Every week in 2013, the Florida Park Service will highlight a significant event or milestone that happened in a state park or associated with a state park on a new web page called, “Viva Florida 500 – History Notes.” At this web page, visitors can learn about Florida’s heritage through state parks and then experience it in real life by visiting that particular state park. The first weekend of February is jam-packed with history at Florida's state parks. From Plow Days at Dudley Farm Historic State Park (Newberry) on Feb. 1 & 2 and the Plantation Festival at Judah P. Benjamin Confederate Memorial at Gamble Plantation Historic State Park (Ellenton) on Feb. 2 & 3 to the Candlelight Tour at Torreya State Park (Bristol) and the Maritime Archaeology program at Anastasia State Park (St. Augustine) on Feb. 2, there's lots to learn and experience. Don't miss the Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival at Ochlockonee River State Park on Feb. 22-24.
This is just a sample of the many history focused events being held this month throughout the state.

About Florida State Parks, Greenways and Trails

Florida’s 171 award-winning state park and trail properties have inspired residents and visitors with recreation opportunities and scenic beauty that helps to strengthen families, educate children, expand local economies and foster community pride. With 161 parks, 10 state trails, nearly 800,000 acres, 100 miles of beaches and more than 1,500 miles of multi-use trails, visit soon and often to enjoy Florida’s natural treasures. For more information, visit www.FloridaStateParks.org.

About Viva Florida 500

Florida’s state parks and trails are joining the Florida Department of State in commemorating 500 years of Florida history throughout 2013. This significant milestone marks the anniversary of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon’s landing on the east coast of a mysterious land – a land he named La Florida. Join us throughout 2013 as we commemorate Florida's rich heritage and the events that have shaped the state. Learn more at the Florida State Parks Viva Florida 500 webpage.

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The Weston Chief of Police wants to meet you on Wednesday February 6!

The Weston Chief of Police wants to meet you on Wednesday February 6!

The Weston Chief of Police wants to meet you on Wednesday February 6!
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Meet Weston's Chief of Police Officer


Mr. Kevin Buttler

Chief of Police Kevin Buttler

He will be discussing the following points:

- Recommendation to small business owners
- Recap of crime in the city

Sponsored by:

National Alert Security

Every Wednesday:
- Expand your network of contacts
- Share information of your company or service
- Learn about new topics
- Develop and drive your business!

Place: Rick Case Honda
15700 Rick Case Honda Way
2nd Floor Community Room
Weston, Fl 33331
Time: 8:00 AM- 9:30 AM Cost $10.00
Registration: 7:50AM
Bring a Friend!
For more information, find us at: http://americascc.org/b2b.html


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