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Join Orange County Government and the City of Orlando on Dec. 12 at 5:30 p.m. for a special six-month ceremony to remember the 49 victims, families and survivors of the Pulse tragedy at the Orange County Regional History Center.
As a part of caring for some of Orange County’s most precious citizens, Mayor Teresa Jacobs’ Holiday Heroes Toy Drive is once again bringing the region together to help bring a smile to the faces of children in Orange County. Mayor Jacobs’ 2016 Holiday Heroes Toy Drive begins November 15 and lasts until December 14, 2016.
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While most firefighters celebrate the holidays with their families and loved ones, many spend the holiday season on call at the Fire Station. In an effort to make the holidays special for them, Mayor Teresa Jacobs began the Adopt a Fire Station program so that the community could give back to their local Fire Stations during the holidays. Sign up to adopt a local fire station in your neighborhood from November 1 - December 16, 2016.
The One Orlando Collection Initiative is a partnership between Orange County Government and the City of Orlando. With assistance and input from numerous community stakeholders and partners, our community is united by the shared goal of expanding our understanding of the events of June 12, 2016, and to document the impact and legacy of the Pulse tragedy.
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