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FROM THE EDITOR
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here are a few stories worthy of mention this month.
First is our cover that features Parkland resident
Melody Herzfeld. She is the drama teacher at
Stoneman Douglas and on Feb. 14 she hid 65 students
from the gunman who killed 17 people and wounded 16
others. She was honored for her work with her drama
students and received a Tony Award, pages 16, 17.
Coral Springs has come a long way since 1963. This year
marks the city’s 55th anniversary and the City continues
to grow and build to meet the population’s needs. Coral
Springs has evolved from a city of green bean and cattle
farms to the bustling city that has “everything under the
sun.” The story is a brief recap of how Coral Springs
began and what it is today, pages 10, 11.
Next up is a story on a sport I knew nothing about:
Finswimming. As I set out to assign this story and did
a little research, I found it fascinating. It’s a sport that
men, women, and children can participate in. It involves
swimming with a fin, hence the name finswimming.
Competitions for the sport take place worldwide and
the main tournament was right here in Coral Springs.
Finswimming is an international sport, pages 68, 69.
There are many times when we have storms, we lose
electricity. A few minutes or even an hour without power is
bearable. But what do you do when it’s a long, drawn out
power outage and your kids are having withdrawals from
their electronic devices? One of our writers offers a couple
of suggestions to pass the time until the lights come
back, page 46.
Finally, although we still have a bit of time, school will be
in before you know it. Students are still dealing with the
MSD tragedy and some may be hesitant about going
back to school. It’s good to talk with your kids about their
fears and issues and work to resolve them before the start
of the school year, page 88.
We will never forget MSD or the people it has affected.
Folks are still having benefit concerts to benefit the
victims, pages 72, 73. Forums are being hosted to give
survivors a voice and to keep school safety fresh in the
minds of local and national government officials, pages
22, 23.
Just a reminder that we are in the midst of hurricane
season, so if you are not hurricane ready, get prepared.
As the saying goes “an ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure.”
Have a safe and happy summer.
Barbara Negron
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