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More so than people in some other parts of the country, Floridians live with the risk of natural disaster – specifically, hurricanes.
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Destino “Seed for Change” 2018 celebra su octavo año!
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Destino “Seed for Change” 2018 celebrates its Eighth Year!
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La revista digital La Nota Latina (www.lanota-latina.com) con la colaboración de Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization (www.milibrohispano.org) 501 (c) 3, convocan al CUARTO CONCURSO DE RELATOS CORTOS Y CUENTOS SOBRE  LA CULTURA HISPANA, QUE INCLUYE LOS SIGUIENTES TEMAS: TRADICIONES, COSTUMBRES, FIESTAS PATRONALES, GASTRONOMÍA, TRANSPORTE Y MEDIO AMBIENTE DE LOS PAÍSES DE HABLA HISPANA.
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In the short span of just three weeks, AARP Florida volunteers' combined efforts helped defeat a plan in the U.S. Congress that would have weakened Medicare and cost older Americans thousands more every year, AARP's Florida state director, Jeff Johnson, said.
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Los empresarios en el sector floreciente de los servicios de prestación de cuidados pueden refinar sus ideas y modelos de negocio en un curso de 18 horas para grupos pequeños, diseñado específicamente para ellos.
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About 3,000 AARP volunteers, some of whom have served for decades, are gearing up to open more than 300 sites in churches, community halls, libraries and other sites across Florida in the coming days to help Floridians age 50-plus fulfill their annual federal income-tax obligation.
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AARP’s national accountability campaign ‘ Take a Stand ‘ is well underway here in Florida, and our staff and volunteers are working hard to pressure candidates into telling voters how they would update Social Security for the 21st century and keep the promise for future generations. We want our leaders to make Social Security a priority and to put serious proposals on the table. If lawmakers fail to take action, Social Security benefits could be reduced by 25 percent by 2034, and future retirees could lose up to $10,000 a year in benefits.
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