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Rojas drops first single off new project "Ravenous"

Broward County menace Rojas (@rojasonthebeat) releases the first song off his first project ‘Ravenous’ slated to hit the streets May 17th. After solidifying himself with bangers like XXXTENTACIONs ‘Look At Me’ he’s back. 24 more words


Positive Youth Development

Written by Leann Barber, 4-H Volunteer and Club Leader

What is it and how do you implement it?

Positive Youth Development (PYD) is a term originated by the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs, a collaboration of twelve federal departments and agencies that support youth. 972 more words

Broward County

Opiate Overdose: Why Broward Drug Users Don't Know What They're Taking

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BROWARD COUNTY (CBSMiami) — Every two hours, someone in South Florida overdoses on drugs.

Health officials with the Broward Office of Medical Examiner and Trauma Services say these cases are on the rise and overdose deaths have nearly doubled since 2014. 358 more words


Upcoming Columbiette Events

  • April 21st Relay for Life –
  • TBD-Charities – current gift cards to Veteran’s for supplies
  • April 27 – Columbiettes pre-convention outing:  Casino Royale in Pompano…
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Film Review: Kodak Black - Project Baby (prod. by WSHH)

Kodak Black released his seminal debut album Painting Picures last Friday, and for most rappers that would have been enough for one week, but for someone who casts as long of a shadow as Kodak, it’s unsurprising that there was also a short biopic style documentary produced by World Star Hip Hop that was released leading up to the album (I will be putting up a review of this album in the coming days, I need to listen to it a couple of more times and let it really sink in before I finish my review, as it is such an impactful album).   1,189 more words


Did You Ever Wonder Why We Are Named After Columbus?

Brother Knights,

While many know the story about how Fr. McGivney originally wanted to name the order “Sons of Columbus” and that it was James T. 475 more words

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