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Rymfire students come face-to-face with history in reenactments

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Rymfire Elementary School hosted a "Night at the Museum" recently featuring profiles of notable historical figures.
by: Colleen Michele Jones Community Editor

On Feb. 23, Rymfire Elementary School had a full house of families attend a "Night at the Museum." History came alive with several living history exhibits put on by different grade levels. Sixth-graders acted as Greek gods and goddesses to help the audience learn more about ancient history. The third grade living wax museum was the culminating project to a four-week long research unit. Students selected a STEM professional, researched and dressed up as that figure, and delivered a speech acting as that person. Visitors pressed paper "buttons" to bring the figures to life and learn about their important contributions to society.  Kindergarteners also highlighted their beginning research skills to present themselves as famous notable people in history.

Old Kings teachers and staff take on fifth- and sixth-graders on the basketball court. Courtesy photo

Students vs. staff at Old Kings Elementary

When Old Kings Elementary School's Boys Book Club finished reading a book about basketball together, they decided to bring the subject to life on the court.

Teachers, administrators and staff (all guys) played a basketball game on March 6 against the students in the book club.

students are in fifth and sixth grades and the club is led by a parent, Jeff McNaughton. They just finished a book about basketball called CrossOver by Kwame Alexander and thought it would be fun to play a game since it related to the book.

Florida Hospital Flagler & WNZF Health & Fitness Fair

On Feb. 28, more than 150 community members joined Florida Hospital Flagler and WNZF Radio for the seventh annual Health & Fitness Fair. During the fair, a collector car show greeted visitors at the hospital’s south entrance and participants received free health screenings, such as blood pressure checks and hearing testing.

In addition, attendees were able to meet a variety of healthcare professionals and service providers, including experts in cancer, gastroenterology, family medicine, hospice, home health, and more.

More than 100 community members participated in the Florida Hospital Flagler health fair. Courtesy photo

“This is something we look forward to year after year,” said Joanne King, Florida Hospital Flagler chief operating officer. “This health fair is such a fun event and it’s a great way to help our community live happier, healthier lives.”

Second Annual Walk for Food raises 12k for Grace Food Pantry

The second annual Walk for Food was held March 4 at Flagler Palm Coast High School had an amazing turnout, raising $11,915 for the Grace Community Food Pantry. One of the pantry's partners, Second Harvest, is a nonprofit that collects, stores and distributes donated food to food pantries and soup kitchens across the nation. The monies raised at the walk will allow Grace Food Pantry to purchase these items at a significantly low cost, and feed families in Flagler County.

 

 

 

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