completed repair and maintenance work on the roof without any cost to the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society C the current roof was also installed by Nast in 2003.
What does FLHS stand for?
FLHS stands for Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
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- Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycle model
- Harley-Davidson Road King Classic (fuel-injected)
- Harley-Davidson Road King Model (police edition w/ fuel-injection)
- Fair Lawn High School (Fair Lawn, New Jersey)
- Fairfield Ludlowe High School (Fairfield, Connecticut)
- Faith Lutheran High School (Marengo, IL)
- Foreign Language High School
- Forest Lake High School (Forest Lake, MN)
- Forest Lawn High School (Calgary, Alberta)
- Fort Lee High School (Fort Lee, NJ)
- Fox Lane High School
- Francis Lewis High School (New York)
- Ft. Lauderdale High School (Florida)
- Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Sport Model Motorcycle
- Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency (Rochester, NY)
- French Language Health Services Network (Canada)
- Full Length High Temperature
- Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Standard motorcycle model
- Harley-Davidson Electraglide Classic motorcycle model
Samples in periodicals archive:
Manitz serves the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society as a board member and finance committee member and is also a board member and finance committee member for Jack and Jill's Children's Center.
In 2015, the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society will return to its roots as they work in partnership with a team of local professionals to launch a series of "Broward Means Business" networking events.
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society will host Samuel F.
June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fort Lauderdale Historical Society is pleased to welcome Patricia Coyle Zeiler as their new Executive Director.
The Fort Lauderdale Historical Society has invited Michele Williams, Director for the Southeastern and Southwest Regions of Florida Public Archaeology Network at Florida Atlantic University, to give a free lecture entitled, "Native American Medicinal Plants," on Monday, July 14 from 6 to 7 p.
The Fort Lauderdale Historical Society is asking individuals, businesses and organizations to pitch in and help fund the matching grant program.
Starting Saturday, May 2, the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society will present "Beating the Heat: Surviving Summer in South Florida" - at the H.