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Palm Coast student wins bronze at NAACP Olympics

Palm Coast student wins bronze at NAACP Olympics

One Flagler County high school student brought home a medal from the NAACP’s 34th annual Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) in Houston. The July 8 awards ceremony capped months of local competitions and students competing in 26 categories ranging from performing arts and music to mathematics, biology and business. Palm Coast competitor Xavier […]

Minister launches magazine at Anointed Release Party

Minister launches magazine at Anointed Release Party

Charlene Cothran Ministries had a winning combination with VICTORY magazine’s Anointed Release Party and Launch Ceremony. Headlining were: Pastor Riva Tims, praise, entertainment and a silent auction – “serve-yourselves” canapes and dessert – and celebrating America’s birthday. The Rev. Charlene Cothran stepped into full-time ministry over six years ago after becoming “the former publisher of […]

Graduates receive scholarships from Cultural Society

Graduates receive scholarships from Cultural Society

Graduating students have benefitted from participation in “The Youth Black History Reality Show,” sponsored annually during Black History Month by the African American Cultural Society (AACS). Students have made learning fun, showcasing the contingency of African-American achievers – namely, Frederick Douglass, James Weldon Johnson, Shirley Chisholm, Barack Obama, etc. Scholarships have been awarded to the […]

Tims to sign books at magazine launch party

Tims to sign books at magazine launch party

Pastor Riva Tims – ex-wife of the late mega-church pastor, Zachery Tims – understands first-hand the depth of pain experienced by those suffering through the process of betrayal, separation and divorce. Add to that the difficulty of suffering in the public eye, then add to that the trauma of sudden, debilitating grief, and you have […]

Churchwomen raise funds through walkathon

Churchwomen raise funds through walkathon

Lehigh Trail displayed the focus of a walkathon as an activity leading up to First Church’s Women’s Day. Along the benches of the Belle Terre entrance, in a portion of Palm Coast between Royal Palms Parkway and the fire station, women gathered from First Church to rev up for the hike. The trail parallels Lehigh […]

Master’s Domain to put ‘Desperate Women’ on stage

Master’s Domain to put ‘Desperate Women’ on stage

Church celebration will include dinner, play on June 23 BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Master’s Domain Church of God in Christ will be the site of “Desperate Women of the Bible,” a theatrical presentation along with dinner served by members of the church on June 23. Master’s Domain is celebrating two years at its current […]

Local graduate makes history through electrical apprenticeship program

Local graduate makes history through electrical apprenticeship program

Power tools and wood are the beautifying agents that make up Tersah Fields. The quest for her desire was not in dressing, but in earning a college degree as part of an electrical apprenticeship. Fields had gone the route of social work as her female relatives. Her mom, Bernadette Reeves, now stays busy as a […]

Nurse launches Global Women’s Health Network

Nurse launches Global Women’s Health Network

Yvonne V. Maylor has fulfilled her mission of getting a domestic non-profit corporation off the ground and has launched her Global Women’s Health Network. She assists unemployed and uninsured women through the company lines in health and allied services. Maylor has paved the way by presenting workshops to discipline against HIV and AIDS, high blood pressure, […]

Church seminar to deal with substance abuse

Church seminar to deal with substance abuse

A one-day educational seminar will approach the lifestyle of substance abuse in a comfortable setting, beginning a conversation of addiction, and understanding what it does, how the family is affected, and what can be done. Presenter Theresa Waters, author of “Not My Son, Not on Mother’s Day,” will lay out the chronological account of treatment, […]

Flagler Deltas host first Jabberwock pageant

Flagler Deltas host first Jabberwock pageant

The Palm Coast/Flagler County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held its first Jabberwock Pageant on April 28 at the Beasley Elementary School Auditorium in Palatka. Ten young ladies ages 5 to 18 years old competed in age-relative categories for the title of Miss Jabberwock. A variety show consisted of cultural expression and talent […]