This week, the City of Orlando will recognize exemplary policework and get involved in the Hispanic Business Conference as it arrives in town. In addition, the county’s Hurricane Expo on Saturday will prepare residents for the storms coming later this summer.

On Wednesday, the city will recognize Police Chief John Mina for his 25 years of service with the department at the Orlando Police Department Quarterly Awards Ceremony. They will also recognize other police officers as well as citizens who have helped to keep the city safe.

Thursday will kick off CPR and AED Awareness Week. There, they’ll introduce the new CPR Training Anytime kits. The event is part of the city’s Take Heart Orlando initiative, launched last year to help Orlando maintain its high rate of cardiac saves. The goal of the initiative is to help every resident of Orlando become educated about CPR and how to use an AED.

On Friday, the Hispanic Business Conference will be in town at the Orange County Convention Center. The event is an annual one, presented by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando, which promotes education and opportunities to build business for entrepreneurs, leaders and business officials.

And on Saturday, the annual Orange County Hurricane Expo will educate residents on how to prepare for coming storms. The event is free and will be held at the Renaissance Senior Center at South Econ Community Park, located at 3800 South Econlockhatchee Trail.

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