West Orlando News has obtained a copy of the latest formal complaint against Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill…
The Orlando Magic, the City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 5 Commissioner Regina Hill will host a Back to School celebration at the Callahan Neighborhood Center in Parramore (101 North Parramore Avenue, Orlando, 32801) on Saturday, August 2, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
When the Orlando Magic hosted the Back to School event to benefit the Parramore Kidz Zone on Wednesday, it allowed more than 200 elementary and middle school students to play video games, compete at laser tag, have their faces painted and receive balloon animals.
To tip-off the school year for local students, the Orlando Magic will host a Back to School celebration at the Callahan Neighborhood Center in Parramore (101 North Parramore Ave., Orlando, 32801) on Wednesday, August 7 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. for more than 200 youth from the Parramore Kidz Zone (PKZ).
Gov. Rick Scott wielded his veto pen liberally on Monday, rejecting several projects which would surely have a negative impact on jobs and incomes in the Orlando area.
The Parramore Kidz Zone (PKZ) with team up with Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine and Crocs Shoe’s in an “imagination project” that encourages youth to use their imagination to explore the possibilities before them, build hope and engage in active learning.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer accepted a $25,000 check from Bank of America’s Central Florida Market President & U.S. Trust Managing Director John Moskos on Thursday, on behalf of Parramore youths.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will join Bank of America Central Florida Market President & U.S. Trust Managing Director John Moskos to announce a $25,000 Bank of America Summer Youth Employment Initiative grant to the Parramore Kidz Zone (PKZ).
More than 300 children took part in the Orlando Magic’s “Back to School Bash” Tuesday morning at the Downtown Recreation Complex in Orlando.