"If we are to build a better world, we must remember that the guiding principle is this — a policy of freedom for the individual is the only truly progressive policy."
Friedrich Hayek, "Road to Serfdom," 1944
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Publisher / John Walsh
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Elks donate $2,000 to Carver Foundation
Also, Flagler Humane Society to continue the work of Kibbles Kitchen; Irish Social Club welcomes new officers; and Community Foundation of East Central Florida participates in National ‘Give Local’ Initiative.
W. Thomas Butler wins Best in Show at FCAL
It was a packed house at the Flagler County Art League opening of its Spring Art Show.
Law students speak on Florida Park Drive complaints
About a dozen residents attended the presentation at the Palm Coast Community Center April 17.
‘Peter Pan Jr.’ soars onto the Buddy Taylor stage
Also, McDonalds night, Scooby Snacks raise funds for EBD classroom; Congrats to sixth-grade leadership nominees; Wadsworth chorus to sing at the Cubs game; and Donations sought to support FPC senior party.
19 Survivor Group Luncheon
19 Flagler Sheriff’s P.A.L. ‘Deputy Dash 5K & Block Party’
19 “A Lady Alone”
20 Easter Sunrise Service