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Al fresco dining at Downtown Doral.
Doral, FL, Oct. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As of October, Downtown Doral evolves its pedestrian-only activation of Main Street to offer the best option in Miami-Dade for a family-friendly, safe, and fun dining and community experience.
“We are committed to responsibly supporting our residents and businesses during these difficult times.This led us to design an engaging outdoor experience that features expanded pedestrian spaces and safe community experiences on Main Street while emphasizing health guidelines and safety regulations in an artful manner,” said Ana-Marie Codina Barlick, CEO of
The nonprofit animal rescue organization Cassie’s Place hosted the event in front of Man Made Fitness to try and find homes for the animals.
According to information on their Facebook page, Cassie’s Place was established to care for and find suitable homes for neglected and/or abused animals. Kelcie Hall with Cassie’s Place said the event was a way to bring awareness to the plight of animals in need.
Hall said having Man Made Fitness host the event was a way to help people establish a connection between adopting a
LIMA — The Rhodes State College board of trustees Tuesday night approved a name change for their downtown project, which is currently under construction and scheduled to open in June of next year.
The building will now be called the Borra Center for Health Sciences.
The facility is being named after Pier C. Borra and Renee A. Borra who started Arbor Health Care, a nursing home company and CORA Health Service, a rehabilitation business.
“It is indeed a pleasure to work with Dr. Cynthia Spiers and her highly capable team in leading Rhodes State College into the future of health care education, and we are honored to have our name associated with the new Health Sciences Center,” said Pier C. Borra of the Borra Family Foundation.
The Borras donated an unspecified amount of money to help provide scholarships for students looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing.