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In honor of Black History Month, we would like to recognize a pillar of Western Palm Beach County - Louis Butts. As the founder of the Big Lake Track Club, Coach Butts has been mentoring and coaching underprivileged children between the ages of 4-18 for the past 30 years. In addition to
When you talk about The Glades, you talk about the soil – as rich and dark as espresso grounds. You talk about the Muck Bowl and how Glades Central High School has a long-standing history of NFL and NCAA recruitment. You talk about Zola Neale Hurston and her seminal novel, Their Eyes Were
May your troubles be less and your blessing be more. And nothing but happiness, come through your door. - Irish blessing for a new home. The rain was coming down in sheets and all Patricia wanted was to get home. But there was no home. There hasn’t been for some time. And all
Click to increase size of infographic. Community Partners has been a cornerstone of Palm Beach County for over 30 years. Through our holistic blend of housing, therapy and
Maria can’t focus. She knows her teacher is saying something about fractions but she can’t concentrate on what it is. She yawns and her stomach rumbles. She wishes she had something to eat – a bag of chips, a granola bar, anything. Her teacher hands back their pop quizzes. There in
Sam smiles. He is always smiling. His 13-year-old sister Anna flashes a grin in return, but Sam doesn’t register his sister’s sparkly brown eyes or the way she beams at him. Confined to a wheelchair, 17-year-old Sam has Down Syndrome and Spina Bifida. He’s non-verbal, gets his
Community Partners' post-Hurricane Irma efforts were befitting of the organization's name as the community banded together as partners to ensure that everyone affected got the help they needed. In Belle Glade, Community Partners's BRIDGES site aligned with Goodwill to
All children throw tantrums occasionally but JD’s were a little different. He was physically and verbally aggressive – throwing objects across the room, name-calling, pushing and breaking things – and routinely ignored the adults in his life. Being separated from his caregivers, not
Technology is the wave of the future and thanks to the Palm Beach County School District and Mentoring at Highland Elementary , our children will be surfing that wave with ease. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is one of the fastest-growing areas of the economy and
Photo Credit: LILA Photo Contact: Jaime Joshi Email: [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SCOTT HANSEL JOINS COMMUNITY PARTNERS AS NEW CEO Riviera Beach, Fla. (June 6, 2017)