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Lifting Oklahoma tornado victims up in prayer

Lifting Oklahoma tornado victims up in prayer

Local churches, clergy come together Wednesday for special service at Tubman-King BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Even though they didn’t know the victims, clergy and members of Daytona Beach’s Black churches gathered Wednesday to offer up prayers for those affected by the massive tornado in Oklahoma. A prayer service, organized by the Daytona Beach Black […]

‘Never, never give up’

‘Never, never give up’

This is just one of the pearls of wisdom shared with hundreds of B-CU graduates at their May 11 commencement BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES A college graduate’s first job after receiving his diploma was at a supermarket. On his first day on the job, the store manager gave him a broom to sweep the […]

A Bronson update

A Bronson update

Children share experience of taking care of former Bethune-Cookman president and wife BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES “Hello, my friend” is an expression likely to have been heard when encountering Bethune-Cookman College President Emeritus Dr. Oswald P. Bronson. Bronson, who was president of the school for 29 years – from 1975 to 2004 – turns […]

Chitwood discusses crises, crash with public relations pros

Chitwood discusses crises, crash with public relations pros

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Joie Chitwood III has had more than his fair share of public relations nightmares during his reign at the Daytona International Speedway. First, he was hired in August 2010 to replace popular former track president Robin Braig, which caught many in the industry off guard. Potholes on the track, a […]

Area high schools hold graduation ceremonies

Area high schools hold graduation ceremonies

Graduation ceremonies will be held for area high schools beginning May 30 and ending June 2.  Admission will be $3 per person.  Parking will be $5 for ceremonies held at the Daytona Beach Ocean Center. Tickets will be presold at each of the high schools.  Below is a list of the district’s graduation ceremonies and […]

Daytona State College graduates 4,200

Daytona State College graduates 4,200

Daytona State College held its graduation ceremonies on Monday. A total 4,200 graduates were celebrated, ranging from bachelor’s to associate degrees as certificates as well as adult education graduations in a separate ceremony. Dental assisting graduates gathered in groups, bonded strongly from their program experience. (COURTESY OF DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE)

682 receive degrees from Stetson University

682 receive degrees from Stetson University

Stetson University conferred bachelor’s and master’s degrees to 682 graduates on May 11, during two commencement ceremonies at the Edmunds Center, 143 E. Pennsylvania Ave., DeLand. Stetson also presented several awards during the commencements to outstanding students and exemplary faculty. Harry Price, left, is shown with Terry Farrell and Beth Paul. Price, associate professor of […]

BRIEFS

BRIEFS

‘March Against the Madness’ takes place Saturday Restoring Hope and the City of Daytona Beach will present: “March Against the Madness,” a movement to rally around issues that threaten the city. This year’s march and rally will spotlight the rampant, yet sensitive issues of gun violence, gang violence and domestic abuse. On May 18, members […]

‘Mama, what would I do without you?

‘Mama, what would I do without you?

America celebrates Mothers’ Day on Sunday By Hazel Trice Edney and Akua Aboagye Trice Edney News Wire On May 6, Kiona Daniels celebrated her Grandmother Ella’s 98th birthday. This weekend, she will join millions across the nation in celebration of Mother’s Day, May 12. As young as 5 years old, Twan Woods would wake up at […]

SENIOR OASIS / HAPPY MOTHERS’ DAY!

SENIOR OASIS / HAPPY MOTHERS’ DAY!

Supermodels at the Dickerson Center Senior Oasis, a group that meets every Wednesday at the John H. Dickerson Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., held a special luncheon for mothers who are senior citizens and its annual Fashion Show and Hat Parade. Senior Oasis is open to all seniors. For more information, call 386-671-5823.