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Jadriana Cox, daughter of Joel and Becky Cox, of Bunnell, and Cory Soard, son of Mike and Kim Soard, of Palm Coast, recently got engaged.
The young lovebirds have known each other most of their lives because their dads worked together at Sea Ray Boats, but became close in 2005, when Soard moved to Palm Coast from Ormond. They started dating June 11, 2006, and have been inseparable to this day.
“We are truly each other’s best friends considering we have been together for what will be seven years come our wedding date,” Cox said. “We are proof that you can find true love in high school and will cherish the fact of being high school sweethearts.”
They plan to be married June 15.
+ Henderson, Koenke marry at Agricultural Museum
Brian Henderson, son of Scott Henderson, of St. Augustine, and Deborah Henderson, of Palm Coast, married Amanda Koenke, daughter of Charles and Missy Koenke, both of Holly Hill, Feb. 23, at the Florida Agricultural Museum.
The groom is employed at Ring Power Corp. as a diesel mechanic and is a 2005 graduate of Flagler Palm Coast High School. The bride is co-owner of Encore Baton and Dance Studio and also works part-time at Houligan’s, in Ormond Beach. She is a 2007 graduate of Seabreeze High School.
+ Happy 70th anniversary
Ida and Charles Hoeni celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary Feb. 21.
They moved to Palm Coast from New Jersey 27 years ago. The couple has four children, 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
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7 5th Annual Jingle Ball
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
7 Broadway in Story and Song
7 iPhoneography: A comprehensive class for iPhone owners
10:00 pm - 12:00 pm
8 Putt for Paws
WEEKEND: Donate toys at Holiday at the Beach
Donations for children in need will be collected at Flagler Beach's holiday parade; and, a Grammy winner will be featured this weekend at Hollingsworth.
OUR TOWN: Sheriff graduates second class of 2013
Also: Let's hear it for the Matanzas Women's Club, which raised $5,000 for college scholarships; the holiday boat parade needs captains; and more.
No Shave November Contest
Locals have been growing their facial hair over the past month, but on Nov. 30, they reconvened at Woody's BBQ to pick the best beards and mustaches. November is prostate cancer awareness month and FPC's boys lacrosse team started a local no-shave contest with 30 participants. They raised more than $1,000 for Florida Hospital Flagler.