Orlando Briefs

Anthony Agyeman, a resident of Orlando, Florida (Zip Code 32808) has earned an Associate in Applied Science, Administrative/Management Studies from Excelsior College.
About 5 years ago, Rosemary Ashley started writing and recording what she called Sassy Alternative Music with intentionally designed lyrics to send messages of Universal Truth in the context of real-life emotions. Her album is called "From Primal to Divine". She is part of a growing movement of "positive"...
Come Celebrate the Pride, Legacy and Tradition of Arthur and Polly Mays High School. Make plans to celebrate the legacy of our beloved alma mater at the 2010 Curtis L. Armstrong Mays High “All Alumni” Ram Roundup on June 19, 2010 from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Larry and...
The Law Offices of Barry L. Miller is pleased to announce two new additions to their mitigation/short sale division, Rosannie Troche, Esq. and Roberta Scott.  Ms. Troche originally from Florida graduated from The University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies and a Minor in...
To help prevent lake pollution, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will join volunteers from the Conrad Yelvington Distributors, Inc. (CYDI) Orlando facility on a storm drain marking project to benefit Lake Holden. The group will help affix “No Dumping” signs to storm drains along South Division Avenue and West Grant Street.
Habitat for Humanity Orlando has hired James Tyson as its vice president of development.
Family Promise of Greater Orlando (FPGO), a national organization committed to helping low-income families achieve lasting independence, announced today the appointment of its new Executive Director, Sharon Whitley.
Habitat for Humanity Orlando has launched its fundraising effort for “Women Build Week,” a volunteer-driven event designed to empower women to take action against poverty-level housing conditions. Habitat Orlando’s goal is to complement volunteer efforts by raising $100,000 – the cost to sponsor one Habitat home. The organization needs more fundraising teams to meet their goal for Women Build Week.
Newly launched “Trucks Across America” has selected Habitat for Humanity Orlando as the first organization to receive its services. The nonprofit provides trucks, trailers, drivers and gas to other non-profits at no cost.