The photo above is from the Orange Blossom Parade in Davie, FL, 2007

  1. 57Weeks pOdcast. Episode 11. Coffee Episode.

    In this episode, Davie’s former Mayor, Tom Truex, talks about coffee. Episode available on 57Weeks.Com or Spotify.

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    CHAMPIONS! #2 NSU Wins Tennis National Championship

    ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – For the first time in program history, the Nova Southeastern Sharks Women’s Tennis team reigns as NCAA Division II National Champions. The second-ranked Sharks upended Sunshine State Conference rival and six-time defending national champion No. 1 Barry University 4-2 in a highly competitive match that spanned nearly four hours on Friday … Continue reading “CHAMPIONS! #2 NSU Wins Tennis National Championship”

    Robbins Vista View Trail

    Robbins – Vista View Trail Points of Interest Robbins Lodge & Preserve  The entrance to this preserve lies about one-half mile north of Orange Drive on Hiatus Road. It consists of 160 acres of pasture, equestrian trails, hardwood hammocks, pavilions, an equestrian facility, gazebo, and the original house that can be rented for special events. … Continue reading “Robbins Vista View Trail”

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    Driftwood Park Trail

    Driftwood Park Trail Points of Interest Driftwood Park Trail exists in a more urban setting than some of the Town’s other trails. Some parts exist along curbed sidewalks and some on asphalt pathways. One of the advantages of its more urban nature is that many shopping opportunities exist along this trail as well as access … Continue reading “Driftwood Park Trail”

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    Linear Park Trail

    Linear Park Trail Points of Interest The Linear Park Trail travels east to west for eight (8) miles along the north bank of the south New River Canal, a major drainage canal originally initiated by Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward 1905-09 to drain the Everglades. Traveling westward from the Turnpike, the Trail takes you past and … Continue reading “Linear Park Trail”

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    Roberts Potter Park Trail

    Roberts-Potters Park Trail Points of Interest This is one of Davie’s more urban trails. Lying within a portion of East Davie, containing the downtown Western Theme Area, the trail connects a multitude of small neighborhoods winding between the Town’s parks, schools and business districts. Beginning at Potter Park, named after Edna Mae Potter a community … Continue reading “Roberts Potter Park Trail”

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    Torres Finishes Top-Five at NCAA National Championship

    Story Links WINTER GARDEN, Fla. – Joseba Torres concluded his NCAA National Championship tournament with his third consecutive round under-par. Torres (-5/69/69/70) finished tied for fifth at the national championship and was the highest placing individual representative in the field of 105 student-athletes.  Torres began his final round with a pair of pars, before birdieing … Continue reading “Torres Finishes Top-Five at NCAA National Championship”

    Shenandoah Park Trail

    Shenandoah Park Trail Points of Interest The Shenandoah Park Trail is a neighborhood trail that winds through the Shenandoah subdivision. It begins at Shenandoah Park located at 14452 Shenandoah Parkway. The park has a shelter with a grill, children’s play area, baseball and football fields, basketball court, activity building, tennis court, roller hockey rink, and … Continue reading “Shenandoah Park Trail”

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    Westridge Robbins Park Trail

    Westridge-Robbins Park Trail Points of Interest Traveling north along Nob Hill Road one can access Bergeron Park, named for Dorothy & Percy Bergeron, early Davie settlers. The park contains picnic pavilions, jogging trails, and trailhead parking. Westridge Park  Part of the original Pine Island Ridge, the site covers about 50 acres and has an elevation … Continue reading “Westridge Robbins Park Trail”

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    Pine Island Ridge Trail

    Pine Island Ridge Trail Points of Interest Pine Island Ridge  This 101-acre site of Environmentally Sensitive Land (ESL) is located north of Orange Drive and west of Pine Island Road. The ridge was once the homesite for both the Tequesta and Seminole Indians over the past 5,000 years, and many archaeological sites still exist on … Continue reading “Pine Island Ridge Trail”

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    Peaceful Ridge Trail

    Peaceful Ridge Trail Points of Interest The Peaceful Ridge Trail is a local trail that connects the neighborhoods along SW 26th Street and Hiatus Road to the I-595 corridor. There are plans to expand its linkages to other trails as development takes place to the south along Hiatus Road and these will eventually connect the … Continue reading “Peaceful Ridge Trail”

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