Lilly Aramburo vanished 6/1/07 from the Kendall area of Miami. This picture is from the Miami New Times article about her disappearance. This is Lilly's mother and her young son. Help demand Justice for Lilly Aramburo.
Lilly Aramburo went missing 6/1/07 from Miami, FL. Justice in Miami is dedicated to raising awareness about her neglected and forgotten case, as well as other missing persons. In honor of the 2 year anniversary of Lily's disappearance, we're organizing a Safety Awareness event and Candlelight Vigil. We're seeking volunteers to help plan for this event. Please contact me if you're interested.
A candlelight vigil and silent march is being planned for the 2nd year anniversary of Lilly's disappearance. It will take place at the end of May in Coconut Grove, Florida. I will keep you updated as more info becomes available.
If you live in the South Florida area, consider showing your support by attending the vigil and silent march. If you use Facebook, please RSVP here.
PHOTO by: Adam Steinfeld. July 6, 2009 Davie
The Lums restaurant in Davie, the last of a franchise of 500 restaurants nationwide, has closed, the building being demolished to make way for a 24 hour, Flashback Diner....ah, things change. I remember after the highschool football games everyone would meet up at Lums.
See link to a recent LUMS new article July 2, 2009, in Sun-Sentinel, by Marcia Heroux Pounds
Milan from BET's College Hill: South Beach at the Best of the Best Concert 2009
Photo by: Adam Steinfeld. Old Davie School House, first opened in 1918 to 90 students.
OLD DAVIE SCHOOL HOUSE, this historic structure was the first permanent school in the Everglades and is now Broward County's oldest existing school building. The Davie School was designed in 1917 by August Geirger (born 1888), who came to Miami in 1905 from New Haven, Connecticut and later became one of South Florida's most well known early architects, The school opened its doors in 1918 to 90 students and was in continuous use as a school until 1980. The masonry vernacular, concrete structure is topped by a shallow hip roof behind a parapet. From the day it opened, the Davie School served as the area's source of education as well as center for community gatherings.
In 1988 the Davie School was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the Old Davie School Historical Museum is a historic, cultural, social and artistic resource dedicated to providing information and learning opportunities for students and the community at large. The building represents an irreplaceable link with the history of early 20th century pioneering, settlement and education in Western Broward County.
Old Davie School -A Florida Heritage Site, sponsored by the Town of Davie & The Florida Department of State.