Cheri D. Orr, Mark Langello, Gary Walsh, Lea Stokes, John Brady, Jack Scully, Howard Holley, Awilda Hamilton, Ed Fuller, sCindy Dalecki, Frank DeAngelo, John Birney, Don Madden and Greg Davis. Photo courtesy of Marketing 2 Go

Your Town: Flagler's new Tiger Bay Club offers nonpartisan meetings

Also in Your Town: Food Brings Hope donates supplies from Bank of America to schools.
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Aug. 21, 2018

A place for all, regardless of political party

The newly formed Flagler Tiger Bay Club board of directors will host the club’s inaugural event, a wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres pairing evening, at the Palm Coast Community Center at 6 p.m. on August 23.

Flagler Tiger Bay Club formed last month and is a nonpartisan club that caters to a diverse group of members, according to a news release. Members have an interest in politics, things that affect politics, civic and other current event issues. Members have common bonds in civility, respectful and frank dialog and discussion, and commitment to making their community and lives better through differing points of view, knowledge and information sharing. As a nonpartisan organization, Flagler Tiger Bay Club does not endorse candidates or take sides on issues.

The club ensures the stability of its nonpartisanship organization through a board of directors made up equally of democrats, republicans and non-party affiliates. Therefore, no one party has control of executive leadership or the board. The Flagler Tiger Bay board of directors includes: John Birney, John Brady, Cindy Dalecki, Greg Davis, Frank DeAngelo, Rebecca DeLorenzo, Ed Fuller, Awilda Hamilton, Howard Holley, Mark Langello, Don Madden, Cheri D. Orr, Jake Scully, Lea Stokes, Helga van Eckert and Gary Walsh.

Flagler Tiger Bay meets monthly, with most meetings closed to members and their guests. Typically, meetings are one hour over lunch with a speaker or panel to present or discuss topics and issues. Visit https://www.flaglertigerbayclub.com to register for the inaugural event.

 

Back-to-school love

Food Brings Hope Executive Director Judi Winch, Market President Support office’s Maritza Armijos and Senior Vice President and Market Manager Karen Jacob with the school supplies Bank of America donated. Photo courtesy of FBH

Food Brings Hope recently received boxes of supplies from a school supply drive conducted by Bank of America, according to a news release. Senior Vice President and Marketing Manager Karen Jacobs and Market President Support Maritza Armijo delivered the needed supplies to benefit the children in the FBH KidsZone and TeenZone programs, including Wadsworth and Bunnell Elementary schools.

 

Are you up for the challenge?

Hop off the couch and join Palm Coast Parks and Recreation for the Couch to 5K Challenge, sponsored by Florida Hospital Flagler.

The Couch to 5K Challenge is a group training and exercising program that does not require any running experience. Participants will be running through the trails to train for the Pink Army 5K on Sunday, Oct. 14.

The challenge will be at 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays from Aug. 21 to Oct. 11, starting at the Palm Coast Community Center Trail Head, 305 Palm Coast Parkway NE. Wear running shoes, and dress to be outside.

The $50 fee includes race registration into the Pink Army 5K. Pre-registration for the Couch to 5K is required at https://www.palmcoastgov.com/register. Call 986-2323 for more information.