Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry, along with Zone 5 Commissioner Patrick Henry recognized the employees of the Daytona Neighborhood Networks Centers on July 19.
Each employee received an honorary key to the city. The presentation took place at the Daytona Beach Housing Authority office. The employees also received certificates of recognition for their work that helps at-risk youth make the honor roll at their schools.
The Neighborhood Networks Centers program within the Daytona Beach Housing Development Corpora
tion (DBHDC) is under the leadership of Joyours “Pete” Gamble, CEO.
The DBHDC works in partnership with Daytona’s housing authority, led by Anthony E. Woods, CEO.
This partnership between the two separate entities created the Daytona Neighborhood Networks Centers, which operates from three branch locations. The centers are located at Pine Haven, 101 Carl Brinkley Circle; Palmetto Park, 704 Hawk St.; and Northwood Village, 1200 Ninth Street.