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Women’s Initiative Flagler seeks Chicks with Cans leadership
The United Way Women’s Initiative of Flagler is looking for a leadership committee to lead their Chicks with Cans Spring Food Drive, May 8-9 and 15-16 and Fall Drive, Oct. 23-24 and 30-31.
Cops, athletes join up for Special Olympics Torch Run
The Flagler County Sheriff's Office, Flagler Beach Police Department and Bunnell Police Department joined with Special Olympics athletes to hold the annual torch run Saturday, April 25, to raise awareness and money for the Special Olympics.
First little league champions honored with scholarships
PC Little League’s first district champs are still being recognized for their efforts, the latest $500 scholarships.
Charges against county commissioners dismissed
Former elections supervisor Kimberle Weeks filed Florida Elections Commission complaints against three county commissioners before she resigned in January.
27 Florida School for the Deaf and Blind Concert performed by N’Vision
28 Morning Beach Hike with a Ranger
28 Cancer Caregivers Support Group
28 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Meeting