Belle Glade

Belle Glade,

city (1990 pop. 16,177), Palm Beach co., SE Fla., near the southern tip of Lake Okeechobee; inc. 1928. Belle Glade is a trade and processing center for a truck farm, sugarcane, and cattle-producing area. It has a large migrant-worker population. An agricultural experiment station is nearby.
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Now, this Belle Glade, Fla., AM in existence since October 1947 is trading hands.
Redeeming Word Christian Center International (RWCCI) is a family-oriented, non-denominational, multi-cultural church that was founded in 1992 by Apostles Ed and Yvette Brinson with a mission to "equip the body, which is the church, with the Word of God." The main core value of RWCCI is to "Love God and Love People." The church has seven locations: Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Belle Glade, Bradenton, Rochester, NY, Barbados and Pakistan.
Asked if he planned to dedicate the season to his mother, Benjamin said: "I'm dedicating every snap, every play - every time I step on the field is for my mom." Speaking to reporters for the first time since the end of last season, Benjamin talked with red-rimmed eyes about his relationship with his mother, who raised him and his three siblings on her own in Belle Glade, Fla.
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Wedgworth's founded in 1932, is a family owned and operated custom blend fertiliser company and is headquartered in Belle Glade, Florida.
Never mind that when her father offered the advice, Pyfrom, her brother and five sisters were picking beans on the migrant farmworkers' circuit, from poverty-racked Belle Glade, Fla., to upstate New York.
Replacing Dulin at the State News will be Tom Byrd; previously, Byrd was the president of the company's Florida group (Okeechobee News, Clewiston News, The Sun of Belle Glade, Glades County Democrat, et al.), a job he'd held for 12 years.
It is a "first of its kind" for sweet corn, says Jon Browder, sales manager for Belle Glade, Fla.-based Pioneer Growers.
This was the case with the thirty-odd photographs he took in his mother's hometown of Belle Glade, Florida, which make up more than half of his artist's book, though only three were on display here.