Tuesday, February 12, 2008

FLORIDA DIGEST February 12, 2008

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Stars of the Rainbow will be held at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort, 3030Holiday Drive in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, February 17, 2008. The event issignificant, as 2008 marks the GLCC's 15th "crystal" anniversary ofproviding critical programs and services to the LGBT community. Tickets areavailable for $125 at the Gala level or $195 at the VIP level. Complimentaryvalet parking is included. Underwriting and Sponsorship opportunities areavailable for businesses and individuals who are interested in supportingthis cornerstone event and its honorees. For information about ticket salesor underwriting and sponsorship opportunities please contact Robert Boo,Development Director at 954.463.9005 or by email at rboo@glccsf.org.
Additional information can be obtained by visiting www.glccsf.org or www.starsoftherainbow.com.

Fort Report
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For many teachers, 2 jobs a prerequisite
Spurred by the high cost of living in South Florida, teachers across theregion are dashing from their schools to second jobs. When Randolph Chancytook a job with Miami-Dade County Public Schools last year, he expectedteaching would be a labor of love. But he wasn't prepared for just how muchlabor would be required.
Lake O drops below 10 feet, heads for new record lows
South Florida's water supply worries took another dubious dip on Monday,when Lake Okeechobee dropped below 10 feet earlier in the dry season thanever. During last year's drought, the lake that serves as South Florida'sprimary backup water supply didn't hit 10 feet until mid-April.


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