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    City of Homestead Recognition

    Last updated 1 year ago

    CBF employees Julie Romero and Romey Samtani were excited to attend a June Council Meeting in the City of Homestead. They were among many local businesses that were highlighted during National Small Business Week. The City thanked everyone for choosing Homestead as their place of business and helping drive the community’s economy. The City also recognized Community Bank for providing a donation to their “Southwest Clean Up Day.” This event was meant to inspire students to keep the community clean.

    • City of Homestead Awards 2013
    • City of Homestead Small Business Week 2013

    Spotlight on: REL Men's Wear

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Recently we were in Lakeland visiting business customers. After talking to the owner of REL Men's Wear, we decided to share her story:

    Meet Leah Reas, a true local small business owner. After five years of experience in the fashion industry, Leah decided to open a clothing store. She saw a need in the area for a men’s store that catered to the big and tall. Knowing that times are tough, she decided the clothing needed to be affordable but still fashionable. She consulted with a family friend who was in the business of buying wholesale clothing and there she came up with the idea for Rel Men’s Wear. Customers are offered her styling assistance, so not only are there hard to find sizes, but purchasing a suit or casual clothing becomes easy with Leah’s personal touch.
     
    Leah says, “Customer service is extremely important. I want people to feel comfortable and have a good experience in my store. It’s the same as the service I get when I visit my bank. They are extremely friendly, very supportive of me and I love that they give back to our community. I will definitely look to them for all my future financial needs.”
     
    If you're looking for great deals on hard to find men's clothing in the Lakeland area, visit Rel Men’s Wear at 933 S. Florida Ave (across from Reececliff) or call (863) 688-9490.

     

    • REL Men's Wear
    • REL Men's Wear
    • REL Men's

    Expressions Dance Company

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida is pleased to support Donna Lee Dance Studio’s Company, Expressions Dance. Expressions Dance Company is an organization composed of talented young dancers, ages ten to eighteen, from the South Dade area.  Now entering its 32nd year, Expressions has established a reputation for excellence in our community.

    The promising young dancers who are chosen to join the company will have an opportunity to perform onstage in a professional atmosphere and to work with guest performers and choreographers throughout the year. Expressions presents two acclaimed public performances each year, one during December’s holiday season and the other during the spring.  These performances are made possible through the financial support of donations such as the $500 given by Community Bank of Florida.

    For more information about Expressions, please visit http://www.donnaleestudioofdance.com

    "Thirsty for Words"

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida is excited to support Sweet Vine Outreach and Prevention Services to fundraise towards their goal of hosting a “Thirsty for Words” event. Sweet Vine’s founder, Tonnette Collier, explains, “Thirst for Words is a part of a literacy crusade our organization has started. The level of attendance and test scores in our area has spurred us to take action.” Their goal is to hold a 2 day celebration including a book fair with free books for children of every age and live readings by members of the community. Sweet Vine is currently running a summer camp and plans to donate book supplies to students on August 31st. If you would like to assist Sweet Vine or would like further information, contact Tonnette at tonnettec@sweetvine.org or call (305) 246-1193.

    Located in the heart of Homestead/Florida City, Sweet Vine Inc. is a 501(c) 3, not for profit community-based organization that reaches out to the youth and parents in underserved communities throughout South Miami-Dade County area by providing educational and cultural programs that promote unity and excellence. Their office is located at 144 NW 11st in Homestead. For more information, visit www.sweetvine.org.

    Photo: Tonnette Collier, Sweet Vine founder, accepts the check from Willie Carpenter, Sr. Vice President

     

    A boy's dream come true: the Baseball Hall of Fame

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Parker Williams is an 11 year old pitcher for the Knight Hawks, part of the South Miami Youth Baseball League. Parker is used to traveling around the county playing tournaments and is known for his fast pitching. He is not as familiar with week-long visits to Cooperstown, NY and sleeping in real baseball dorms. Now Parker can say he has experienced life at the Baseball Hall of Fame because he was one of 13 players chosen out of 180 players who tried out. Congratulations to our local star and we can’t wait to see you beat your current pitching of 54 miles an hour!

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