- Friday February 15, 2013
- Matanzas High School Pirate Theater
- Group Hosting:
- Matanzas Band of Pirates and Colorguard
- Group Benefiting:
- Forgie Family
- Kim Crum
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
- Donations for the family
On Dec. 20, 17-year-old Kyle Forgie was critically injured in a hit and run. The Matanzas High School Band of Pirates is proud to have Kyle and his sister, Kenzie, as members of our family. The Forgie family has been in our thoughts and prayers since Kyle was injured, but we have wanted to do something more. We are musicians, so we will make music. Please join us at the Matanzas High School Pirate Theater on Friday, February 15th at 7pm for a concert from which ALL proceeds will benefit the Forgie family. There will be a variety of musical styles represented, including a special appearance by Pryor Knowledge, featuring Matanzas Principal Dr. Chris Pryor.
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PHOTO GALLERY: NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL
Princes Place Preserve played host to the new Native American Festival this weekend hosted by Deep Forest Native American Experience and the Flagler County Parks and Recreation Department. The event, which featured representation from more than 50 tribes from North and South America; some by dancing and others by food and art.
PHOTO GALLERY: MOONLIT GALA
Florida Hospital Flagler held its sixth-annual Moonlit Gala Sunday, March 1, at Hammock Beach Resort. This year the funds raised will be benefiting the Flagler County Free Clinic.
PHOTO GALLERY: Belle Terre daddy/daughter dance
Belle Terre Elementary School held its annual daddy daughter dance Friday, Feb. 27. The admission included a hot meal and a highly interactive live DJ. Portraits were also an option for the daddy and daughter couples, as simulation of a real prom.