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Facility manager at Flagler center receives leadership award

Facility manager at Flagler center receives leadership award

Elijah Emanuel, facility manager for the Carver Center in Flagler County, has been named the 2017 Northeast Florida Community Action Agency’s “Outstanding Community Leadership Award” winner. Flagler County Human Resources Director Joe Mayer, a board member of the agency, nominated Emanuel. “Certainly a highlight of being part of the Northeast Florida Community Action Agency is […]

Ready for some high school football?

Ready for some high school football?

Here’s a preview of teams in Flagler and Volusia BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES High school football returns this week as most local teams will participate in a kickoff classic/jamboree on Friday night (Aug. 18) with the regular season starting next week. The Daytona Times takes a sneak peak at the local teams’ 2017 season. […]

Couple’s mission: More parking for city’s disabled

Couple’s mission: More parking for city’s disabled

Insufficient parking for the disabled and the enforcement of handicapped violations have been nagging Palm Coast residents Woody and Joan Freeman. The husband and wife are physically disabled and confined to wheelchairs due to his polio and his wife’s cerebral palsy. The insufficiency proposed the crux of writing Mayor Milissa Holland in February to provide […]

Program provides sage information to local seniors

Program provides sage information to local seniors

The State of Florida saves millions of dollars with dedicated volunteers conducting investigations and assessments of nursing homes, in addition to assisting through SHINE and Meals on Wheels. SHINE is highlighted down the line. Meals on Wheels is a community-based, meal-delivery program for seniors unable to provide or prepare their meals, supplementary funded by the […]

Program brings together families and first responders

Program brings together families and first responders

David and Danita Blow Ministries are writing that they merged with the Bridge Building Program on June 9 to present a “Family Fun Night” at Matanzas High School Gymnasium. Over 100 children and families attended the event, showcasing personnel and vehicles from the Florida State Police, Flagler County Sheriff’s Department and the City of Palm […]

Fundraising underway for library to honor Jesse Chapman

Fundraising underway for library to honor Jesse Chapman

Betty Chapman is seeing that her late husband’s legacy is passed on to the choral students at Bethune-Cookman University. A case in point is classical singer Kassy Eugene, a Palm Coast student of Jesse Chapman, who has the chance to sing with the Metropolitan Opera’s “Meet the Young Artists’ Program” – and play the second […]

‘Fresh Wind, Fresh Start’ series set for Thursdays

‘Fresh Wind, Fresh Start’ series set for Thursdays

Join the Rev. Dr. E. J. Parker for a midweek service, taking off in a series beginning June 22 at noon. That’s every Thursday at the First Church of Palm Coast and Rev. Parker preaching, “Fresh Wind, Fresh Start, The Pentecost Experience.” Rev. Parker has distinguished himself as a practitioner and scholar in the field […]

Series of shows gives locals a taste of Broadway

Series of shows gives locals a taste of Broadway

Time and energy went into the razzle-dazzle Broadway performances at the Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center. Director Emma Adams explored performing the show of megahits from Broadway five years ago, and “A Taste of Broadway” premiered last year in a bevy of show stoppers in musically crafted plots. A recent stroll down Broadway welcomed the […]

Ministry helps women embrace their inner and outer beauty

Ministry helps women embrace their inner and outer beauty

It was remarkable insight into gaining essential tips while being lavishly pampered for a day and celebrating women to be as resilient as they are. The women were recommended by persons in the community to enjoy the glam, but, importantly, discover their inner beauty. The outreach was held recently at the Hilton Garden Inn in […]

County reflects on 100th year with words of racial healing  and reconciliation

County reflects on 100th year with words of racial healing and reconciliation

Flagler County commissioners began to bridge the racial divide during the county’s 100th anniversary amidst commemorative events opened to the public April 29. The program rendered nostalgia to what it was like in 1917 during the shaping of the county. Among the 100th-anniversary festivities were a run/walk, photo contest, classic car show and a kids’ […]

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