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TOWN OF MIAMI LAKES NEWS
243px-All-America City Logo The second annual Miami Lakes Historical Scavenger Hunt took place on Saturday, March 8th. Created last year by 14 year old Bob Graham Education Center student Katherine Duarte as part of her Girl Scouts project, Katherine requested that all participants wear white and black to represent the dairy history of the town, or light blue to represent the many lakes within the community.
For Immediate Release
March 20, 2014
Contact: Nicole Singletary
Tel: 305-364-6100
E-mail:  singletaryn@miamilakes-fl.gov
 
Town Supports Second Annual Miami Lakes Historical Scavenger Hunt
 
Miami Lakes, FL -  The second annual Miami Lakes Historical Scavenger Hunt took place on Saturday, March 8th. Created last year by 14 year old Bob Graham Education Center student Katherine Duarte as part of her Girl Scouts project, Katherine requested that all participants wear white and black to represent the dairy history of the town, or light blue to represent the many lakes within the community.

"The Historical Scavenger Hunt is a great family-friendly event," stated Vice Mayor Manny Cid. "It embodies what Miami Lakes is all about."

Sponsored by Commissioner Bovo, the Town, and local businesses, with almost 200 participants from the Miami Lakes and surrounding areas as far as Doral and Miramar, the event was a success!

 

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