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Palm Coast Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011 7 years ago

BIZ BUZZ 2.24.2011

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by: Brian McMillan Executive Editor

+ Palm Coast Chamber seeks board member
The Palm Coast Chamber of Commerce board has a vacancy and is seeking interested candidates.

Contact Rebecca DeLorenzo, executive vice president of the Flalger County Chamber of Commerce & Affiliates, at 437-0106, Ext. 12, or [email protected], by March 11.

+ SeaGate Homes plans model in Hidden Lakes
SeaGate Homes, Flagler County’s largest homebuilder, has purchased lots in the Hidden Lakes community and plans to start construction next month on a new 1,900-square-foot model.

Priced from $178,990, the decorated Hibiscus will feature a great room and open kitchen with a separate café opening to the lanai.

The model and a lakefront spec home are among 375 homes being built in the planned-unit development east of Old Kings Road near the south entrance of Town Center. Visit SeaGateHomes.com.

+ Consignment show raises awareness for mother
Posh Little Closet has announced that its semi-annual children’s-clothing consignment show March 18 to March 20, at Calvary Christian Center, in Ormond Beach, will be used to help raise awareness and funds for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.

Posh Little Closet will be helping Amy Piazza, a 31-year-old mother from Palm Coast, who is afflicted with pulmonary hypertension. For more information, visit http://www.amyleigh105.blogspot.com/ or call 366-2703.

Owner Nannette Alban said the last event in October drew more than 1,000 people.

LAW FIRM EXPANDS

+ Chiumento & Guntharp adds Selis to law firm
Scott A. Selis has merged his practice with Chiumento & Guntharp, a law firm located in Town Center. The firm will now operate as Chiumento, Guntharp & Selis, with offices located in Palm Coast, and Ormond Beach.

Selis focuses his practice in the area of elder law, specifically helping those with Medicaid, Veterans Administration issues and long-term care planning needs. He also counsels people and their families in protecting their assets.

Michael Chiumento III said the addition of Selis to the firm is significant because no one else in the community is practicing elder law.

Visit www.palmcoastlaw.com.

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