- Tuesday February 19, 2013
- News Journal Center, 221 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach
“Beautiful Life, Beautiful Death.” Continuing education and cultural enrichment activities to senior members of the community. Membership open to all aged 50 and over. Cost is $25 per person and $45 for a couple and covers the entire year. Call 788.6494, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dad surprises daughter at school, asks to dance
After nearly a year of not seeing her dad, Lena Oglesby couldn’t stop hugging her dad when he surprised her at school to ask her to the daddy-daughter dance.
LJ “Baja” wins only varsity match
Elizeu “Baja” Baia did not fail to impress in the only senior wrestling match of his high school career.
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.