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FLORIDA DIGEST March 30, 2008

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SunServe and the Sunshine Community Foundation
Bravissimo on April 5, 2008
So many people have responded to this exciting event, that all the availableseats to the reception and dinner at the Museum of Science and Discovery areOVERSOLD. However, if you act quickly, you can still pick up a reserved orgeneral admission seat for the 8:00 p.m. show on Saturday, April 5th and theAmaturo Theater of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. There aren'tmany places you can go see exceptional vocal talent and get coffee anddessert included for $30.00. Join us and help benefit SunServe and SunshineCommunity Foundation. The Broward Center is sending out an e-blast to over15,000 people tomorrow, so we expect to be sold out by the beginning of nextweek as there are less than 100 tickets that remain for the show (and FortLauderdale is a last-second sort of town). Limited VIP and Reserved SeatingRemains.

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-Broward County sheriff candidate under FDLE investigation
Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement are investigating astate Human Relations commissioner who is running for Broward Countysheriff. FDLE spokeswoman Kristen Perezluha said the agency is looking into "an allegation" against Shahrukh "Shak" Dhanji, but she declined to providefurther details. Dhanji is among eight candidates seeking to take charge ofthe Broward Sheriff's Office in this year's election.,0,3221917.story?track=rss

-Florida's unemployment rate up sharply from a year ago
State posts 4.5% jobless rate
Construction workers bore the brunt of job losses in February, more evidenceof an unrelenting housing crisis statewide.
In Florida, the construction industry cut 74,900 jobs over the preceding 12months, with roofers, electricians and other trade workers accounting for49,300 of them, the state Agency for Workforce Innovation said Friday. Morethan a quarter of those construction job cuts were in South Florida.,0,62497.story


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