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The Aspirante Jan-09 The Aspirante Jan-09

Date added: 01/01/2009
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Washington, DC. A Report by the New Market Tax Credit Coalition ( released in December 2008 entitled 50 Projects - 50 States New Market Tax Credits at Work in Communities across America highlighted the first of three ASPIRA of Florida's Projects.

The Aspirante Dec-08 The Aspirante Dec-08

Date added: 12/01/2008
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Miami, FL. Through the leadership, initiative and development of ASPIRA's Information Technology Director Gilberto Conde-Genot and President & CEO Raul A. Martinez, Florida has announced the launch of its new website on January 1, 2009.

The Aspirante Nov-08B The Aspirante Nov-08B

Date added: 11/19/2008
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North Miami, FL.  Joined by representatives from the national ASPIRA association, parents, students, teachers, community partners and local politicians, ASPIRA of Florida inaugurated the first of three educational campuses on November 19, 2008.

The Aspirante Nov-08A The Aspirante Nov-08A

Date added: 11/18/2008
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Miami Beach, FL.  The National Council of Executive Directors, Presidents and CEOs convene at the Park Central Hotel on Miami Beach for a three-day strategic planning retreat to discuss ASPIRA's Theory of Change during economic and global challenges.

The Aspirante Jun-08 The Aspirante Jun-08

Date added: 07/01/2008
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Coral Springs, FL. In a Sun-Sentinel article on June 25, 2008, writer Deborah Ramirez characterized Pianist and Bandleader Eddie Palmieri as a “Mambo King” who has migrated toward the more centrist sound of Latin jazz. On Sunday, June 29, 2008, Palmieri showed why he is truly the KING OF SALSA, at a fund raising concert benefiting ASPIRA of Florida, Inc., at the Coral Springs Arts & Cultural Center in Broward County.