• Community

    No Limits for Parkland Native with Autism

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    Haley Moss would be the first to tell you she’s unique. The Parkland native, now 24, was diagnosed with autism when she was 3. Moss would also point out that being different isn’t necessarily a bad thing. When she was diagnosed with high-functioning autism, her parents were told that raising a child with autism spectrum…

  • Community, Events, Politics

    The Loss of a Leader

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    Walter “Skip” CampbellCoral Springs Mayor 1948 – 2018 We at theParklander were profoundly saddened when we received the news that Coral Springs mayor,Walter “Skip” Campbell, passed away recently at age 69. Mayor Campbell had been a friend and long-time contributor to our magazine since his election in 2014. His monthly column reminded us of the ‘goings…

  • Art & Entertainment, Community, Education, Events

    Parkland Poets Take the Stage

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    Poetry is loosely defined as ‘a beautiful expression of feelings and ideas.’ Whether written or spoken, it is a thought-provoking and meaningful way for your voice to be heard. Poetry can be personal or public, and the definition of the word could not be more fitting than for a group of young students from Marjory…

  • Community, Religious

    Chabad of Parkland is breaking new ground

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    Serving as the regional headquarters for Chabad of North Broward and South Palm Beach Counties, the Chabad of Parkland Center for Jewish Life is getting a facelift. The interior design has been completed and construction is well underway. The designer incorporated a Feng Shui style showcasing natural elements such as earth, metal, water, and wood…

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