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Thanksgiving for Homeless, Chef Hari Pulapaka and W.P. Harvest Fest


Several organizations come together, 100 volunteers will help out and about 300 homeless locals will be served at the 5th Annual Thanksgiving for the Homeless. Attendees will receive a traditional thanksgiving meal, help with finding jobs and homes, receive free haircuts, and receive assistance learning about EBT, Medicaid, and s.s.i. benefits, etc. It all takes place Saturday 11 am to 5 pm at Iglesia El Calvario, one of Orlando’s largest Hispanic churches.
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Michael Lane of Bob’s Space Racers expects the company will do 10 percent of next year’s business at the show. Photo by Amy Green
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What’s new for amusement parks? A conversation


Looking to buy a new roller coaster ride? You can find that and pretty much anything else theme-park related at the Orange County Convention Center this week. About 28,000 people from the amusement park business are expected at the industry’s premier trade show. 90.7’s Amy Green talked with Colleen Mangone from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, and exhibitor Michael Lane. Mangone began the conversation on the trade show floor.
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