Stephen Licata loves Grove colors, aviation history

Stephen Licata has run Palm Produce ResortWear for nearly four decades and led the way in celebrating the village's unique aviation history.

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Pastor Michael Bryant’s ‘heartbeat is the Grove’

Pastor Michael Bryant, third-generation Grovite inspired by village elders, founded Agape 4 Orphans to serve children in need.

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Ruth Ewing is the ‘fairy godmother’ of Virrick Park

With family roots tracing back to Bahamian settlers, Ruth Ewing is devoted to the care of a West Grove park and the children it serves.

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Lisa Remeny, painter, brings ‘light and happiness’

Inspired by tropical landscapes and time spent in Jamaica, Lisa Remeny has embodied the Grove artist lifestyle for nearly thirty years.

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Minty Z serves up love in plant – based eatery

Minty Z founders Alex Falco and Huimin Zhu fell in love with each other and the Grove before opening their vegan Asian-fusion restaurant.

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Monty Trainer has loved ‘every minute’

Monty Trainer, the "Grove Father," has loved being a business owner and community leader in arts and culture.

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Katrina Morris loves the ‘soul of a city’

Actor Katrina Morris fell in love with the trees and culture of the Grove nearly three decades ago and still calls it home.

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Pearl Meyer’s dream of flowers came true

Pearl Meyer opened The Blonde Tulip twenty years ago and fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a florist.

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Linda Williams connects the dots for neighbors

Linda Williams, West Grove typist, entrepreneur and community advocate, loves helping others and saying 'hello' from her porch.

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Cafecito Espiritual, a Grove-inspired love story

Inspired by the Grove, married yogis Jose Ibañez and Carlos Anaya bring spirituality and wellness to the world through Cafecito Espiritual.

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Hank Sanchez-Resnik goes extra mile for Grove bicyclists

Hank Sanchez-Resnik's passion for bicycling has bolstered bike and pedestrian safety awareness for the Grove's beloved Commodore Trail.

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Joyce Nelson’s lifelong love for trees and heritage

Joyce Nelson, the village's 'Mama Grove,' shares her lifelong devotion to preserving heritage trees and historical sites in Miami's oldest neighborhood.

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