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Oh Baby! It Takes A Village

On April 9th, more than 250 of Pinecrest’s Bet Shira Synagogue helped welcome Charlotte Lily Kula to their congregation during a joyous baby naming ceremony. Charlotte is the newborn daughter of Rabbi Mark H. Kula and his wife Coreen Duffy.

During the service, Rabbi Kula noted how “it takes a village” and what a miracle and blessing Charlotte is to their lives. At times he laughed and at times he held back tears of joy. It was a love-filled evening for all. Founding Rabbi David H. Auerbach gave the benediction.

Bet Shira Congregation is a Conservative synagogue located at 7500 SW 120th Street in Miami, Florida. It numbers 500 member families.


Rental: Amazing View 2/2 at The Club

Inspired living.

Incredible vista views from the oversized L-shaped balcony overlooking Biscayne Bay and south.

Quiet corner unit. Best 2/2 line in building! Euro kitchen with breakfast bar.

Full-service building with tons of amenities. Pool deck is amazing!

Just the perfect spot. Close to everything, but just far enough away... Valet parking. In unit laundry. 7-11 just downstairs. EZ Landlord prefers direct deposit rent payment. Unfortuantely, no pets allowed for renters.

Basic cable, Internet, water/sewer included. Pay only electric. Walk to the Business district, best restaurants & shops. Easy access to Miami Airport and the beaches.

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The Club 1200 Brickell Bay Drive
Unit 4101
MLS #A1933282
Miami, FL 33131
 for $2500/month


2014 Taste of Pinecrest

Pinecrest certainly knows how to party. And, as they have for the past 12 years, the Taste of Pinecrest event, held April 6, was a fun day for the whole family.

Presented and organized by the Pinecrest Business Association, the annual Spring event draws the best food, entertainment, rides and performances from the surrounding community.

Utilizing nearly all of the 20 acres of Pinecrest’s signature park, the party nestled its activities and food amongst over 1,000 varieties of rare and exotic tropical plants and palm trees.

Returning from a 1-year departure to support the opening of the new YMCA in Falls, this year’s Taste of Pinecrest was a bit quieter and in tune with nature. Throughout the day more than a dozen performances by area school children filled the air with song and voice.

Mayor Cindy Lerner celebrated Palmetto High School’s accomplishment of almost 1600 links in their “No Place For Hate” paper chain and remarked, “It’s great to see the Pinecrest Business Association return to Pinecrest Gardens and support our schools like this.”