Also in Your Town: Palm Coast resident crowned Miss Florida, and more.
Palm Coast Arts Foundation's welcomes new trustee
The Palm Coast Arts Foundation welcomes its new trustee, Jacqueline Iacovelli, to the team. Iacovelli has enjoyed the arts starting at a young age, as she frequented the Cleveland Playhouse in her hometown, took drama classes and learned pointe, tap and jazz dance styles. She is a member of the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, where she serves on several committees and is an active member of the Chabad of Daytona and Palm Coast. Iacovelli is currently the property manager of Virtual Homes Realty, LLC in Palm Coast.
Iacovelli attended Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, where she continued to enjoy productions at the Providence Performing Arts Center, while earning her bachelor’s degree in hospitality and event management.
She also supports charitable foundations, including the Flagler Humane Society and Toys for Tots.
- Sara Zeng, a 22-year-old Palm Coast resident, won the 2017 Miss Florida title on July 1 at the 82nd-annual Miss Florida Pageant.
- Will Rockey, a Palm Coast resident, will be joining his father’s dentist business at Cypress Point Family Dentistry in Palm Coast.
- Khrysten Bickham of Palm Coast graduated from Chowan University with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.
- Palm Coast United Methodist Church hosted Vacation Bible School on June 19-23 for about 30 children from Palm Coast, Bunnell, Flagler Beach and Espanola.