Also: Palm Coast Boat Parade extends registration deadline
First Hispanic Baptist Church donates to Samaritan's Purse
First Hispanic Baptist Church of Palm Coast, located at 5500 Belle Terre Parkway, collected over 353 boxes filled with toys, educational gifts, photos of donors and Christian literature for Samaritan's Purse, an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization which sends the boxes to impoverished children all over the world. First Hispanic Baptist Church has been involved since 2013 and has sent over 1200 boxes to date.
If you would like more information on the church and our part in supporting Samaritan's Purse in this project, please contact Pastor Angel Izquierdo @386-446-8319 office, 386-503-3375 mobile
Flagler Beach Yacht Club donates essentials to community
On Nov. 20, more than 80 members of the Flagler Beach Yacht Club donated over $2,000 in non-perishable foods, toiletries and paper goods to needy members of the community through the Society of St. Vincent DePaul. This was the sixth and largest food drive held by the FBYC.
“We try hard to live up to our moniker of being ‘the best little boat club in Flagler’ by sharing our smiles and friendship with those who are not so blessed,” said Carol Triano, a volunteer at St. Vincent DePaul and incoming 2020 FBYC Board member.
Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade extends registration deadline
Organizers for the 37th annual Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade have extended the deadline for boat registrations to Dec. 6.
The parade is now considered Central Florida’s largest independent boat parade and is expected to draw hundreds of spectators. A record number of 47 boats participated in the parade last year.
Call 386-283-5166 or email [email protected] for registration forms. Forms and further details about the parade are also available at palmcoastyachtclub.com.