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Meredith Burow

Print, photo and video journalist

Location icon United States

UCF bachelor's degree in journalism, minor in writing and rhetoric



Foundation Raises The Flag At Home Of Wellington Army Veteran

By Meredith Burow An American flag that once flew over the U.S. Capitol now flutters from a knotted tree in a quiet Wellington neighborhood. To thank U.S. Army veteran Cesar Cardona for his service to the nation, the Wellington Community Foundation hoisted the colors in his front yard on Tuesday, Aug.

Community Comes Together To Celebrate Marine's Promotion

By Meredith Burow Defying the muggy weather, more than three dozen people gathered at the Wellington Veterans Memorial on Thursday, Aug. 1 to witness Jonathan McLean's promotion to his new U.S. Marine Corps rank of gunnery sergeant.

Local Author Aims To Inspire People Through Book On Success

By Meredith Burow What do an Olympic gold medalist, a billion-dollar investor and a soap opera star have in common? To Wellington resident Jill Liberman, their advice provides an opportunity to inspire the world. Liberman, an author and motivational speaker, recently co-wrote Success Factor X, a colorful collection of stories and advice from successful, well-known (and lesser-known) individuals.

Local Friends Set To Contend For National Titles At Horse Show

By Meredith Burow Children often dream big, but for middle schoolers Elinor Samarias, 12, and Caleigh Coleman, 13, their dreams of becoming national-caliber athletes are already coming true. The girls are competitive horseback riders, set to compete in the Arabian and Half-Arabian Horse Association Youth Nationals in Oklahoma City July 20 through July 27.

RPB Ed Board Discusses H.L. Johnson Programs, School Security

By Meredith Burow The Royal Palm Beach Education Advisory Board met Monday, Feb. 11 to discuss issues and improvements in local schools - this time with a specific emphasis on H.L. Johnson Elementary School and school security overall. Palm Beach County School Board Member Marcia Andrews also updated the community on recent strides made to increase school safety.

Wellington The Magazine September 2019

September 2019 | ON THE COVER Lola the tiger is one of the many exotic animals living at McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary, which is featured in this month's issue.

Wellington The Magazine July 2019

July 2019 | ON THE COVER Patients Benefit From WRMC Wound Care Program | How A 65-Year Love Story Began With A Blind Date | From Soil To Oil: Oliver's Harvest Opens Local Store | NAMI Family Support Group Meeting In Wellington | Fighting America's 'Physical Inactivity Pandemic' | For Attorney Jo Ann Abrams, The Law is About People

'Christmas On The Farm' Brings Locals To Hydroponics Farm

Little girls sporting faux holly crowns and little boys munching on homemade caramel corn scurried around vendor booths Saturday, Dec. 9 as bushels of bundled-up locals braved the cold and flocked to "Christmas on the Farm" at You Farm, a newly created hydroponics farm off Seminole Pratt Whitney Road, just north of Southern Blvd.

Local Robotics Team Seeks Funding To Help Conquer The World

By Meredith Burow When you think of the western communities today, "swamp" may not be the first word to come to mind. But for Loxahatchee residents Darcy Murray and her son Aiden, being a Child of the Swamp is a fact - and fortune - of life.


You Farm Hosts First Summer Barn Sale Event

Residents of the western communities and beyond attended You Farm's Summer Barn Sale, staged in cooperation with Ruffles & Overalls, on Saturday, June 29. Local businesses set up booths and sold a wide array of products. Despite the somewhat stormy weather, families and individuals showed up to explore the different products and creations from local vendors.

Arden Launches New Monthly Farm Tour Series

The Arden community, located off Southern Blvd. west of Lion Country Safari Road, launched a new farm tour series last weekend. Future farm tours will be held the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon. Upcoming dates are Aug. 10, Sept. 14 and Oct. 12.

Rodeo Brings Arrigo Bull Bash Mania To Fairgrounds

The South Florida Fairgrounds hosted Double K Rodeo Productions for its Arrigo Bull Bash Mania on Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29. Though the company has been showing in the area for five years, this was the first show they've done in the summer.

KCF Hosts Childhood Cancer Awareness Event

The Kids Cancer Foundation held its "Go Gold: Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Celebration" on Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Kids Cancer Center in Royal Palm Beach. Childhood cancer patients living in the area, along with their families, were invited to participate in the event featuring a petting zoo, face painting, cotton candy, crafts stations and more.

Batman Day Celebrated At Local Barnes & Noble Store

"Batman Day" was celebrated nationwide on Saturday, Sept. 21, and Wellington's Barnes & Noble store also swooped in to honor the Dark Knight. Employee Carrie Skellen organized an event in which Batman fans, young and old, could participate in a scavenger hunt, coloring pages, puzzles and more.

Tyler Brooke Now Offering Lilly Pulitzer Line

Residents of the western communities can now find the beloved Lilly Pulitzer clothing brand right here in Wellington at Tyler Brooke, a boutique clothing store on the second floor of the Mall at Wellington Green. In fact, according to store owner Henry Mosley, Tyler Brooke is the only location west of the turnpike carrying the popular line.

Kid Gloves

Photo by Meredith Burow.


Low Notes, High Hopes

Publication: NSM Today. Number of sources: four. Date of Publication: March 7, 2016.

Football Camp

Publication: NSM Today. Number of sources: four. Date of Publication: June 16, 2016.

Claws and a Cause

Publication: NSM Today. Number of sources: three. Date of Publication: June 27, 2016.

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