FAU School of Social Work  ​and ​ Delray Beach Drug Taskforce ​ partner​  with nationally recognized entertainers, policymakers and addiction specialists for ​ ​ Symposium on Substance Use Disorder and National Call to Action

With addiction and alcoholism reaching pandemic levels world-wide and epidemic levels in the United States  FAU’s Phyllis and Harvey Sandler’s School of Social Work  and the Delray Beach Drug Taskforce  are partnering  on  a cutting edge symposium and...
Habitat of South Palm Beach County’s “Sisterhood of the Pink Hard Hats” Recruiting 150 Women to Don Pink Hard Hats, Raise Funds and Build Two New Habitat Homes During Mother’s Day Week

Habitat of South Palm Beach County’s “Sisterhood of the Pink Hard Hats” Recruiting 150 Women to Don Pink Hard Hats, Raise Funds and Build Two New Habitat Homes During Mother’s Day Week

Registration Now Open for WOMEN Build 2018: “Pink Hard Hats” Kick-Off Reception Set For Wednesday, March 28    Boca Raton/Delray Beach (March 6, 2018) – Following the recent reunion of 2017 WOMEN Builders to dedicate two “Houses That Women Built” last...

Robert’s Report – March 2 2018

Upcoming MSD Events: Casino Night Fundraiser March 3 from 7 to 11:30 p.m. at Heron Bay Plaza Del Lago, 11535 Osprey Trail in Parkland. The Parkland Pokers baseball team is donating a portion of proceeds from their travel fundraiser to the Stoneman Douglas victims....

Robert’s Report – February 23 2018

There’s a new restaurant in town. Healthy living, according to Andrew Weil, M.D. True Food co-founder, starts at their table where they merge nutrient-rich ingredients with a flavor-forward menu. The True Food Kitchen employs the principles of Dr. Erik’s...

Robert’s Report – February 16 2018

A city is more than roads, buildings and infrastructure. What sets the City of Boca Raton apart is the people who make this city work. Without public safety our beautiful amenities would be meaningless. On Friday, February 9th, the Boca Raton Police Services...

Robert’s Report – February 9 2018

In case you did not hear the news, Groundhog Day’s Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, predicting six more weeks of winter. This may really test your mettle, but if we stick together, we can weather the South Florida winter for another month or so! Record breaking...