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Florida League of Cities Elects New Officers for 2020-2021

Florida League of Cities Elects New Officers for 2020-2021

Orlando City Commissioner Tony Ortiz elected president

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida League of Cities, the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments, today announced the election of its officers for the 2020-2021 term. The officers were elected and installed during the association’s annual business meeting held virtually this afternoon. Continue reading Florida League of Cities Elects New Officers for 2020-2021

Central Florida Community Arts expands programs and partnerships through major new funding.  

Central Florida Community Arts expands programs and partnerships through major new funding.  

With unassuming offices and rented class and performance venues spread throughout four counties, at a glance one might underestimate the impact CFCArts could possibly have on the Central Florida community. However, in the past 9 years, what started out as a small choir has grown to include the country’s largest Community Choir and Florida’s largest Symphony Orchestra, a flourishing community theatre, performing arts programs for students, a School of the Arts, outreach programs, summer camps, and so much more. Thanks to multiple generous organizations and individual supporters, CFCArts has recently received $450,000 to help continue to grow these programs and reach more people in the Central Florida community.  Continue reading Central Florida Community Arts expands programs and partnerships through major new funding.  

Statements from the Orlando Host Committee on the Successful United 2026 Bid to Host the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Statements from the Orlando Host Committee on the Successful United 2026 Bid to Host the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Mayor Buddy Dyer – City of Orlando

“We’re thrilled that the United Bid has been a success and are so excited about the possibility of Orlando serving as a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Passion for the world’s sport continues to grow in our community and Orlando is already playing a role in the future of soccer in North America. With our recently constructed Camping World Stadium, our first-class hospitality and commitment to diversity and inclusion, Orlando is the right city at the right time to share in hosting this special event.”

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