Ranger Good Works – FAT Village Community Reception & Mural Unveiling Event

 

Ranger Good Works - FAT Village Community Reception & Mural Unveiling Event

 

FAT Village and Ranger Good Works partner for Dillard Elementary and the City of Ft. Lauderdale
The City of Ft. Lauderdale is an official “All America City” title holder. It is Ranger Good Works’ pleasure to lend a hand when called upon and ask for help from the community to support our youth. We are planning an event to showcase just how big our city’s heart is by painting a mural in the FAT Village Art District (downtown Ft. Lauderdale). The mural will be painted by a local artist and several students from Dillard’s Art Program and will be unveiled during the reception. You’re invited to share this experience with us and enjoy live entertainment, performances from Dillard and much more. This event is free and open to the public, therefore, invite your friends and family!

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Fort Lauderdale Mural at FAT Village and Ranger Good Works

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Ranger Good Works Mural

Ranger Good Works 2015

Dillard Elementary School Visits C&I Studios

Some of Dillard’s 5th Grade Students enjoyed visiting the amazing C&I Studios on May 13, 2015. Students were given a tour of the coffee house and then taken into the studio where they were taught how to produce their very own show.

Dillard Elementary Visits Humane Society of Broward County

Dillard Elementary visits Humane Society of Broward County

Dillard Elementary visits Humane Society of Broward County

On May 13, 2015 Some of Dillard’s 4th and 5th grade class visited The Humane Society of Broward County on a Field Trip Hosted by Darlene Feldman and Christy Gumberg. The students and their teachers loved interacting with the animals.

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Career City 2015

On Thursday, May 7, 2015 we accomplished our goal by delivering on the promise to inspire and show the students that they have a future. Although they are young, they can dream and work hard to achieve their goals bringing their dreams to fruition. Throughout the day we heard students say “this is the best day of my life”; “I can’t believe how big the city really is” and “I never got this many presents, even on my birthday.” Several comments I heard about were, “I love to draw… I didn’t know I could become an architect. I’m good at drawing. I think I can be an architect!” (Martin Architects); “I love to play games. I didn’t know I could have a job coding games, I want to be a programmer.” (Nova Southeastern University – Computer Science School); “I love clothes; I’m going to work at Neiman Marcus.” (Neiman Marcus) and “Mrs. Ranger, do you think I can be a drummer like the kids on the stage from Parkway Middle School?” My answer was “yes, talk to Mr. Morrison about it and I bet he can help you get started now.” (Victoria Ranger).

With these positive thoughts, we will close by saying thank you again! Thank you for trusting us and for investing your time in our program. We look forward to having you join us again next year for our third annual Career City at Dillard Elementary.