By the time you reach your late 50′s, you are supposed to have learned most of life’s lessons and have probably taught a few of them to those coming up in your family; but, apparently, I am still learning.
Eight young men from St Augustine Youth Services are getting to tell their story through an unusual medium: all-natural, handmade, biodegradable soap, with help from Flagler College Enactus; a student organization that focuses on creating community projects to empower people socially, economically and in an environmentally sustainable way.
Superintendent Dr. Joseph Joyner informed Historic City News today that he has nominated Allen Anderson to become the principal of Palencia Elementary School; the move for Anderson from Cunningham Creek Elementary School is subject to approval by the St Johns County School Board at their June 11 meeting.
Flagler College announced to Historic City News today that Kerri Carlyon has been promoted to Assistant Director of Alumni Relations.
The information contained in this report is taken from sources deemed reliable; the accuracy and completeness of which Historic City News does not control and cannot guarantee. The original public records are on file with the St. Johns County Clerk of Court and should be consulted before taking any action.
Historic City News reader Keli Shaw shared the news that yesterday’s annual Letter Carriers “Stamp out Hunger” food drive collected over 61,000 lbs of food for our local food banks.
Historic City News has learned that, in a letter of notification dated May 6, the Office of the Secretary of the Interior has approved the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Management Plan; opening the door for the National Heritage Area to begin implementation of its projects and programs.