Parkland residents have enjoyed the city’s 2018 summer installment events, including June’s “Glow in the Park”, “Pop Up Party”, as well as an open mic night. So far July has presented the ever-successful “Parkchella”, which only served as another way to keep the community connected.
A Parkland resident was killed during an afternoon robbery at a store he was working in North Lauderdale.
Bo Landy has been hyper-focused on improving school security within his own community and hopes his nonprofit, SOS Parkland, can help other cities do what his city has: a pilot program for any institution of learning that could benefit from improvements to all aspects of physical security.
The Mobilizing MSD Alumni chapter has been busy providing solace to the Parkland community for the past five months since the school shooting occurred.
The Broward County Public Schools Summer Resiliency Program invites middle and high school students in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas zone to attend “A Day at the Farm” hosted by Tomorrow’s Rainbow.
After more than $10 million was raised for the victims and survivors of the Parkland school shooting, funds will begin to be distributed this month.
If there is one lesson that has resonated in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy, it’s that the youth have a prominent voice and are able to constitute sweeping changes in the U.S.
When Commissioner Grace Solomon’s term expires in November of 2018, one of two men will step into the District 2 seat; Diego Pfeiffer and Richard Walker.
Summer may be a time for some to step away from routine and even school-year chaos; but for others, it is a time that brings about seclusion and isolation from the camaraderie that the daily school environment provides.
Summertime festivities remain in full swing at the Parkland Recreation and Enrichment Center.