AACS to host New Year’s Eve gala

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The African-American Cultural Society’s Ways & Means Committee is mixing up a New Year’s Eve gala, reclaiming the favorites of 1960, 1970s and the present with deejay Donald Bryant. It begins Dec. 31, 8 p.m., at the African-American Cultural Society.

Edward Tucker Caterers will whip up a Caesar salad, shrimp cocktail, country pigs feet, prime rib au jus, baked herb chicken and collard greens.

Southern style black-eyed peas will showcase Tucker’s menu with green beans, yellow confetti rice pilaf, red bliss potato salad, cornbread, peach cobbler and sweet iced tea.

The African-American Cultural Society (AACS) event is $75 per person.

To book a reservation, call AACS Ways & Means Chairman and First Vice President Sybil Dodson Lucas at 386-447-7030.

Kilus and Betty White recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They married Nov. 24, 1963.

Whites celebrate golden anniversary on cruise
Happy memories of the wedding vows were revisited by Kilus White, Sr. and the former Betty Claytor as they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

The couple sailed aboard The Carnival Valor on a seven-day cruise in November.

Thirty-two relatives and friends sailed along to the Caribbean. There was plenty to do and places onshore to have fun.

The Whites have been Palm Coast residents since 1997. They are the parents of two and the grandparents of a precocious grandchild.

Deltas to host Sweetheart Ball
Set your heart on a “Signature Sweetheart Ball” of elegance at the Hammock Beach Resort. Its’ sponsored by the Palm Coast-Flagler County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta for the educational development component of the sorority’s five-point program thrust.

It will begin at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26 with cocktails and dining and dancing at 7 p.m. A cash bar is part of the experience and an upturn in entertainment by “The Love Band.”

Formal attire is requested and a ticket price of $60.

To reserve your space, text or call Kenya Ford, 386-846-2937 or Lalita Thomas, 386-546-0011.

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