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Eagles Golf Club hosts tournament with holiday theme

Eagles Golf Club hosts tournament with holiday theme

Pine Lakes Golf Club was the site for golfers seeking to accomplish their goals in a “2 in 1” tournament that took place on Dec. 24. It linked the establishment as a monthly outing to area golf courses, sponsored by the Eagles Golf Club. The weather was outstanding and the course in excellent and always […]

Residents reflect on the reason for the season

Residents reflect on the reason for the season

Prior to Christmas, a question was posed of Palm Coast and Ormond Beach residents about what they might expect to happen as a result of celebrating Jesus’ birthday. It is my hope that the peace of Christmas will quell the concerns of this nation for a wonderful New Year! Living in anticipation of a joyous […]

Choral friends reunite for ‘The Messiah’ at First Church

Choral friends reunite for ‘The Messiah’ at First Church

The First Church Choir continued a tradition in a timeless, classic choral works – the point relating to the prophesy, birth, death and resurrection of the Messiah. Soloists and members of the chorus made their way articulating the expressive notes of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah.” Born in Germany in 1685, and back in the day, […]

Seminar prepares First Church group for evangelism

Seminar prepares First Church group for evangelism

After the Rev. G. Vincent Lewis preached “A Season of Expectation” (Luke 1:5-12) on Sunday at First Church, and following the “Invitation to Christian Discipleship,” his marvelous work over the past 12 weeks was applauded for teaching the importance and significance of evangelism. “The main objective of the evangelism seminar was centered around New Testament […]

City envisions grand events to come on outdoor stage

City envisions grand events to come on outdoor stage

When Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland closed and then opened her eyes, she observed, “I am looking out onto the audience of a component of this stage, designed to accommodate as many as 4,500 guests. Restrooms are still being added behind the stage, and the next challenge is to add the roof to cover this […]

Ministers help facilitate B-CU’s ‘Exploring Gifts and Graces’ youth program

Ministers help facilitate B-CU’s ‘Exploring Gifts and Graces’ youth program

Forty-two “Exploring Gifts and Graces (EGG)” program students visited the Life Enrichment Center, a United Methodist retreat camp in Fruitland Park, last month. Students, completing Phase 2 of “On Eagles Wings,” shaping 33 juniors and seniors from around the state, visited with nine Bethune-Cookman University mentors from the Youth Theology Institute, School of Religion, headed […]

Presentations give insight on African art – from ancient Egypt to contemporary works

Presentations give insight on African art – from ancient Egypt to contemporary works

Dr. Leila Hardison, program chair of the Education Outreach Project for the Palm Coast Arts Foundation, and Leon McLaurin, the foundation’s executive vice president, shared that patrons gained the appreciation of “African Art: Ancient Egypt to Contemporary Works,’’ during recent lecture sessions. The portrait, facilitated by Professor Bertrand Green recently was presented in two lecture […]

First pass debris removal complete for unincorporated Flagler County

First pass debris removal complete for unincorporated Flagler County

Flagler County is expecting to complete its first pass of debris removal throughout the unincorporated areas of the county by the close of business Friday. The county’s contractor, Crowder Gulf, began removing debris left in the wake of Hurricane Matthew on Oct. 10. Currently efforts are being concentrated in the Town of Beverly Beach, which […]

City honors mayor for 16 years of ‘unmatched’ service

City honors mayor for 16 years of ‘unmatched’ service

The coupling of kindness and service was a recent calling card for 100 well-wishers having filed into City Hall to honor Mayor Jon Netts for 16 years of service to the City of Palm Coast. Emcee Fire Chief Mike Beadle soared through “We Honor Your Honor,” while a reception in refreshments was in the making and […]

Minister leads students on tour of Washington colleges and landmarks

Minister leads students on tour of Washington colleges and landmarks

Dr. David Blow and wife Dr. Danita Blow recently led high school juniors, seniors and their parents on “Exposure: College Road Trip 2016,” a spirit-led, educational experience with stops at Morgan State University, Howard University, tours of the nation’s capital, museums and monuments. Dr. David Blow is the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church youth minister, under […]