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Parkland Moms Club Seeks Cards for Teachers and First Responders

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In less then 24 hours, the Parkland Moms Club put a card making event together at the park next to the amphitheater which has turned into a massive memorial. Kids from infants to 5th graders helped create cards for teachers, first responders, and hospital workers.  Paulina Splechta donated her amazing photography skills and sent us tons and tons of pictures. No matter your age, there is a way to spread love and kindness.  Parkland rules.

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Our goal is to give each teacher, first responder and hospital worker a card.  Please consider having your child/children/classrooms (for teachers) make cards. You can simply tell them they are making people who are sad feel happy. No details necessary. They can write Thank You and sign their name.

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Please mail it to the President of the Moms Club:

Susan Alman, 7401 Wiles Road, Suite 353, Coral Springs, Florida 33067

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Sat, April 28, 12:30 PM

Library, Parkland

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Detectives Arrest Husband in Welfare Check Homicide Case

April 24, 2018

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Victim ID Made in Welfare Check Homicide Investigation

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Serene Shoplifter Slow-Walks Cellphone Theft

Nearly an hour after entering the AT&T store located at 2242 Weston Road, a very patient thief coolly slides an iPhone X valued at $999 into his pocket, leaving everyone none the wiser.

Just after 3:35 p.m. on Feb. 25, security cameras captured the unidentified shoplifter as he milled around the store. The video shows him as he disconnected the security cable on one of the iPhones on ...