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+ Smooth jazz hits local radio
A new smooth jazz radio slot is coming to local Palm Coast radio, thanks to a 300-signature request from residents.
Jazz will play during a timeslot called the Sunday Brunch, which will air from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. starting Dec. 2 on Easy Oldies 100.9 FM, and at the time each Sunday after.
“If you had 300 customers come in your store asking for a certain flavor, you’d get it from them,” said David Ayres, Flagler County Broadcasting’s vice president and general manager, in a statement. “That’s what we did.”
The Sunday Brunch features a Top 20 countdown of contemporary jazz music hosted by Allen Kepler from 9.a.m. to 11 a.m.
“It’s a great way to hear new music moving up the charges by the biggest names in the business,” Keppler said.
Then, starting at 11 a.m., host Kenny G. and company provide a showcase of smooth jazz. Easy Oldies can also be heard worldwide at easyoldiesradio.com or on Tune in Radio, a mobile app.
+ Chiumento Selis Dwyer partners with United Way for holiday food drive
Law firm Chiumento Selis Dwyer is working with the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties for a holiday food drive. The firm has pledged to donate 10 pounds of food to United Way for every new like on its Facebook page.
The law firm started its campaign with 300 likes. Its Facebook page is at www.facebook.com/palmcoastlaw.
“We know some families are struggling to put food on the table,” Michael Chiumento III said in a statement. “We want to ensure parents and children have adequate meals to help make their holiday brighter.”
Chiumento Selis Dwyer can be reached at 445-8900 or online at http://www.palmcoastlaw.com/. The firm can also be reached through its Facebook page.
+ Frank Sockman joins Real Living Palm West Realty as broker associate
Real Living Palm West Home Realty, a Berkshire Hathaway company, has announced that Frank Sockman has joined the firm as a broker associate.
He has 29 years of real estate experience. He was most recently employed by Grand Haven Realty, where he was the 2011 associate of the year.
For more information, go to www.realliving.com.
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Tea Party: Vote no on June 7 School Board tax
"Adding back in the 45 minutes would require hiring a number of additional teachers, which would certainly be pleasing to the union, but how these 45 minutes would improve the quality of education has yet to be quantified."
Sheriff: Approving June 7 tax will make Flagler safer
"Adding back 45 minutes to the classroom means that students would be released closer to 3:30 each afternoon, rather than being released in our community at 2:30 p.m., hours before most parents are home."
BREAKING: After attack, three pit bulls to be euthanized
Three pit bulls involved in the May 5 mauling of a Flagler County woman were scheduled to be put down Wednesday, according to Diane Voigt, of the Flagler Humane Society.