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Flagler County kids are good at reading and getting better in math, according to the numbers released June 6 by the state. Sixth-graders ranked third out of 67 districts in the state for FCAT reading this spring. Fifth-graders ranked sixth in the state in reading. However, ninth- and 10th-graders struggled, both falling just below the state averages, and

falling from about the top 25% in the state to about 35%. One of the highlights, according to Superintendent Jacob Oliva, was the success in science testing. “Fifth- and eighth-grade science is at the state average, which is historically an area where we’ve struggled,” he said. “Our students are showing significant gains.” Testing Coordinator Shawn

Since being founded in 2006, the University Women of Flagler has awarded $48,000 in scholarships to graduates of Flagler County high schools, plus an annual award to the Take Stock in Children program. This year, five students received $1,500 each. One previous scholarship recipient, Emily Kruithof, received an award of $500 to continue her studies. The organization also gave $1,000 to Take Stock in Children.  This year’s scholarship committee was chaired by Sybil Daniel and Ouida Green.

+ Schaffer makes the grade — again Last Friday morning, an ominous email arrived at the Schaffer home: If rising Flagler Palm Coast senior Lauren Schaffer didn’t post a passing score on her AP Statistics final — immediately — she’d fail the course. She did pass the first time around, she said, but the scores didn’t register. Her mother, Miren, knew it would be stretch for her daughter to retake and pass the test with less than a morning to prepare. But Lauren had to try. Her nerves didn’t dissipate until Lauren clicked the “submit,” button after completing the computerized test at the Government Services Building. After a moment’s delay, the proctor told her that’d she registered a 60% — a passing grade, if not by much. “I found out that I (passed), and I ran outside to give my mother a big hug,” Lauren said.

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Schmidli added about the science results: “We’ve been focusing on it for about three years now, and this is the first time we’ve met the state 3-and-above for both of them.” Last year’s fifth-graders in Flagler County ranked 34th in the state in math, but that same group of kids jumped to

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something close to what it pays now: about $240,000 a year. The landlord’s proposal would have raised Palm Coast’s rent to about $378,000 per year. “I hope we can work something out so we’re able to stay here and not move twice,” Landon said, “but I stressed that a $140,000 increase is not something we’re willing to take on.”

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City renegotiating rent The city may be able to remain at the City Marketplace complex without the 57% rent increase initially proposed by its landlord. Palm Coast may not have to move its city offices after all — at least, not before it moves into a new City Hall in fall 2015. The city has been searching for new homes after its current landlord proposed raising its rent at the City Marketplace complex about 57% after the city’s lease ends in October, but the city is now in talks with landlord John C. Bills Properties and might be near an agreement, City Man-

ager Jim Landon said at a City Council workshop June 10. “We met with the owners of this complex — not the managers, but the actual owners — and we had a very productive conversation,” Landon said. “They had not understood what our real needs are, and they do now, and said that they would put together a better proposal that we should be able to hopefully agree to.” Landon said any agreement would leave the city paying

About 400 attend Flagler County job fair When Marianne Sturgeon, 49, lost her job as a secretary back in March, it didn’t affect her employment status alone. “We’re on a very fixed income, and I’m only working 15 hours a week,” said her husband, Robert, 51. “My wife just lost her job. Now, I’m looking for the income boost.” The Palm Coast couple spent Thursday afternoon searching for prospects at the Flagler County Job Fair. The event, put on by the Flagler County Department of Economic Opportunity, featured 36 companies hiring for about 496 positions. It was the latest effort to address the county’s 8.3% unemployment rate. Some job seekers poured in from outside the county to see Flagler’s offerings. After serving in the Army and working at Walmart, Joedeci Shelton, 21, heard about the event on Facebook and made the 30-plus mile drive from Seville. “I’m looking for a job that’ll help me to learn as I work,” Shelton said. “Something that can teach me other skills while benefitting me (financially). An electrician, something with customer service, anything that will help me learn — and lead to another job, then another job on my way up.” Jason Connolly, 42, was formerly a manufacturing engineer. He’s doing well as a consultant but came to Thursday’s fair entertaining thoughts of rejoining the nine-to-five crowd. “I came mostly to see what the area has to offer,” he said. “I was very excited to talk to Aveo Engineering here and see what else is here.” Recruiters who attended were just as varied as the job seekers courting them. Spherion, a locally owned, national staffing and temp agency chain, wants to tap into Palm Coast’s work force. “We want to connect with people liv-

Lia Lombardo strikes a super pose in her cape and mask as she receives her diploma along with her fellow VPK graduates at Palm Coast Community Child Center. See Page 12 for more.

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“Hard work and dedication pays” is a phrase that four of 3’N Motion Dance Studio students realized this month after auditioning and being accepted to prestigious summer dance intensive programs in New York City. Gabriella Barton, a Florida Virtual School student and former Old Kings Elementary student was accepted into The Joffrey Ballet School Pre-professional Trainee Program and was also invited to audition to enter the Italian and Russian training program. Caleb Krassner, a student at Indian Trails Middle School, attended the Florida Ballet master class, in Jacksonville, conducted by The Joffrey Ballet and was accepted to participate in The Joffrey Ballet Summer Program. Gretchen Martinez, a freshman at Nease High School, attended a live audition in Orlando with the Radio City Rockette teacher/choreographer and was invited to join the Rockettes Summer Intensive Program and Performance.  Tristen Stanley, a freshman at Matanzas High School, was accepted into The Joffrey Ballet Summer Jazz/Contemporary Intensive. She was also accepted into The Joffrey Ballet Jazz/Contemporary Trainee Program for the 2014-2015 school year. All four of these dancers are under the instruction of Theresa Flaschner and Shawna Hilley.  Donations to help fund their programs can be mailed to the studio at 5 Utility Drive, Suite 1, Palm Coast, Florida 32137 c/o Laura Stanley.

The Irish Social Club of Palm Coast awarded its annual scholarships to two Flagler County students at its Hawaiian night, held at the Italian American Club May 14. Approximately $14,000 in scholarships have been awarded to students in Flagler County since the program’s inception in 2001. This year, the club presented two scholarships, one in the name of the Irish Social Club of Palm Coast awarded to Sarah Feeney and the other in the name of the late Bob Trowbridge, a dedicated member of the Irish Social Club, who died earlier this year, awarded to Ashleigh Fallon.

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Palm Coast’s Charlie Truglia, 99, continues to bowl in local leagues and travels to tournaments all over the country.

LIFE IN THE FAST LANE Charlie Truglia, 99, fastens a black wrist strap to his right hand. It’s dead at Palm Coast Lanes around 1 p.m. on a Tuesday, with just a few diehards flanking him and his friend Lou Culmone, 82, on nearby lanes. After all these years, the game is still fresh, and it’s still connecting Truglia with memories and faces from the past. Truglia is fueled by “the people that love him,” Culmone said. “It’s remarkable what he does for a man of his age.” Today, Truglia rolls in two Palm Coast leagues, and still travels cross-country for national tournaments. Once the scoreboard is configured, Truglia fingers a dark red ball and readies for his first roll on lane No. 15. “These first few balls,” Truglia says, “anything can happen.”

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In 1930s New York, if you wanted to drive anything other than a car, you needed a chauffeur’s license. Born and raised in Long Island’s Oyster Bay, Truglia earned his license at 18 and secured a gig delivering ice from the back of a truck. “At that time, I delivered ice to the beer gardens also,” he said. “There was one beer garden that had four lanes in the back.” Beer gardens were small bars or pubs. Some featured a few tables, a dartboard and, occasionally, an abbreviated bowling alley. On one fateful delivery run, Truglia put down the ice and picked up a 16-pound ball. He joined a weekday league and became hooked. That first league snowballed into work leagues and countless tour naments across the Empire State. “That’s the first time that I bowled, that I picked up a ball,” he said. “In those days, it was very cheap, like a quarter a game.”

He continued to deliver ice well into his 20s. Somewhere along the line, in 1934, he was invited to a wedding where his future wife, Josephine, was the maid of honor. The two hit it off and were married in 1935. The courtship wasn’t without its bumps, though. Josephine’s father requested to accompany the lovebirds on their first date, a prospect Charlie balked at. “I’m thinking, ‘Is this guy serious?’” Truglia said.

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Today, photos of grandchildren and great-grandchildren have overtaken the walls of Truglia’s Palm Coast home. But he’s no longer able to admire them with his wife. After 76 years of marriage, Josephine Truglia died in November 2011. Friends like Culmone and Sid Thorpe tried to keep their friend’s sprits up. “I think he was really sad,” said Thorpe, a retired New York City transit worker who met Truglia in the 1990s. “When Jo got really sick, he had to slow down his bowling to take care of her. I think the bowling kind of opened up — now, he still missed his wife — but the bowling really picked up his spirits.” Culmone took Truglia on a cruise, and the friends continued to go out to dinner each Sunday evening, a tradition started as a double date before Josephine’s death. Thanks to another connection from his bowling past, Truglia also reunited with an old friend. “One of my teammates — a good friend — shot a 300 game, and it was quite a thrill standing there, waiting for him to throw the last ball,” Truglia recalled. “He threw the last ball, he buried it, got a strike and he turned around. Then he ran, and he

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Truglia, third from left, celebrates a Long Island Industrial tournament victory. jumped on me.” That friend, Clyde Gaylord, had a daughter named Laura, and Truglia baptized her, becoming her godfather. That bond was never broken. Shortly after Josephine’s death, Laura Gaylord was living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and she and Truglia kept in frequent phone contact. And so, after he drove 650-plus miles nonstop to a tournament in Baton Rouge, she followed him back to Palm Coast to help take care of him. With that, the baby that Truglia once held and promised to provide for in case of the unthinkable now lives with him, returning the favor. Friends note that Truglia is slowing down as he approaches the century mark. For example, he hasn’t mowed the lawn or been as avid of a handyman around the house much since his wife’s death. But bowling is a constant for Truglia, as U.S. presidents, technologies and millennia expire around him. “He loves the game, and I think it’s what keeps his spark going,” Culmone said. “If it wasn’t for bowling, I think he’d be gone now. I think the day he gives it up, he’s not going to live that long.”

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Despite a slow start that afternoon at Palm Coast Lanes, Truglia clears triple digits with a

Truglia, second from right, captained Aerospace to victory.

Charlie Truglia, right, receives an Aerospace company bowling award, circa 1940. strike in the 10th frame. His scoring average hovered around 160 in league play this year, so this is going to be a bad score. But he’s got one more shot — two with another strike. His second roll is true, but when pins settle, he’s left with a 5-10 split. He goes to his blue ball with the word “Zone,” written on it. It’s specifically designed to pick up spares. His approach today consists of three measured steps. It always used to be five — before a January 2013 run-in with an unmarked curb while at a tournament in Ocala. Truglia suffered a cracked

kneecap that has limited him ever since, but he still managed to bowl three games the day after the incident. And he hasn’t relinquished his grudge against the pavement. “No good,” he says. “It’s supposed to yellow. It was a curb.” After three steps, he lets it fly. It’s a straight shot. Truglia never puts English on the ball; he keeps his wrist at 10 o’clock, as rigid as possible. The ball slides along the bone-dry surface, and he holds his pose. It’s a difficult shot, and it’s unlikely he’ll nick both pins. But that’s the beauty of bowling: Anything can happen.


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STUDENTS / FROM PAGE 1 a ranking of seventh in the state this year in sixth grade. What can be done with these statistics? Oliva said the data help steer the direction of future efforts. School-by-school analyses will eventually lead to classroom-by-classroom trends. “You can see the gains made

and who’s making a difference,” he said. “We’ll be aligning our resources to support our areas of need.” Next year, the FCAT will be phased out and replaced by more writing-intensive tests. — Email editor@palmcoastobserver.com.

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JOB FAIR / FROM PAGE 1 ing in Palm Coast and Flagler County,” Branch Manager Danielle Silva said. “The positions we have are in Flagler, St. Johns County and Volusia County. We’re looking for experience, reliability and dependability — the willingness to work and go to work, even if it’s only on a temporary basis.” Christian Gather, general manager for Aveo Engineering, is willing to cultivate employees with little prior experience. He values intangibles. “Up here and in here,” he said, pointing to his head and then his heart. “That’s it. I don’t look for anybody with a college degree. I do entry-level all the way up to college-degree personnel. I’m willing to train people from the lowest on the totem pole all the way up to my engineers. It’s the whole gamut.” Robert Sturgeon made a point of disseminating his

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A Memorial Mass celebrating the life of Jose C. Tolentino 75 of Palm Coast was held on Saturday, June 7 2014 at 11:00 AM in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 4600 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast. Mr. Tolentino, a resident of Palm Coast since 2007 coming from Chicago IL, passed away on Thursday, May 29, 2014 in the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House. He was born in the Philippines on May 19, 1935 a son of the late Pedro and Damiana Cruz Tolentino. He was a retired accountant for the Cook County Board of Health. Mr. Tolentino was a member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and enjoyed reading, playing golf, and working on his computer. He is survived by his wife of over 48 years, Esther, a daughter, Maria Teresa Tolentino of Jersey City NJ, a son, Jonar Tolentino of Minneapolis MN, a granddaughter, Tera Nicole Tolentino, four sisters, Leticia Tolentino of Palm Coast, Lolita Alvarez and Luz Valeriano both of the Philippines and Clara Tolentino of Calif., a brother, Cezar Tolentino of Calif. Memorial contributions are suggested to St. Jude’s Children Hospital, www.stjude. org. For online condolences go to www.craigflaglerpalms.com “Online Obituaries” Arrangements are in the care and trust of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home.

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From robbery to pot house Armed robbers broke into a duplex that held a grow house. Two deputies who arrived at an E-section duplex after a resident reported an armed robbery got more than they bargained for: When they pulled into the driveway, the building stank of marijuana. Resident Scott Ownbey called the Sheriff’s Office from the hospital, where he’d gone for treatment for a head injury, according to a Sheriff’s Office incident report. Ownbey, 50, was home at 3 a.m. June 4 when someone started knocking on his front door, he told deputies. Ownbey told deputies he is legally blind and can only

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CITY / FROM PAGE 1 Landon also “had an informal conversation” with Bills Properties about the company’s proposal to raise rent for the rest of the complex, which houses shops, restaurants and other businesses. “They are from out of town, and I don’t think they understood the impact they were having, “ he said. “And that’s obviously an informal conversation because that’s between the landlord and the tenant.”

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THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2014

my view By Richard Rigby | Guest Writer

Parents can help keep sports fun Editor’s note: Richard Rigby won the fifth-grade Tropicana S p e e c h Contest at Bunnell Elementary School this spring. This is a shorterned version of his speech. Crack! B a n g ! RICHARD That’s a RIGBY typical sound for me! You see, I always knew I would be a baseball player. Looking back to my T-ball games, it’s a whole different ball game. It seems that, at some point of the season, there will be a parent who doesn’t like the way the game is going, the way a coach is coaching, or the way an umpire is umping; and they make it loud and clear for everyone to hear. A few years ago in the middle of a game, the whole team was energized and

ready to win, but all of a sudden the attention went from the field to the dugout, where a parent was screaming in our head coach’s face because she didn’t like the position her son was playing. Even though our coach tried to turn around and keep encouraging us while we played on the field, that parent just wouldn’t stop. Her yelling and screaming just attracted more trouble. One of our coach’s friends went into the dugout and started yelling at the parent who was yelling at the coach! The argument was distracting and discouraging, but, worst of all, it cost us the game. These are the types of incidents you see on television and in movies, where the crazy parent wants their kid to play every position, so they kick and scream until they get their way. The sad fact is this isn’t a movie. For some kids, those two hours at practice and three hours at the games, is the only time that they feel really happy and excited about what they are doing. How un-

fair is it that grown adults are ruining this for the kids? Earlier this season, my team was playing one of the best teams in the league. I don’t know why, but during this particular game we were on fire! The score was 6-9, and we were catching up quickly, only a few points away from our second win of the season. The game was so exciting that parents from different teams started coming over to watch. Then it all fell apart. Some of the parents from our team began making comments about the calls the umpire was making. The comments grow louder and ruder as the game continued on. The umpire turned around and made it clear to our parents that he knew what he was doing and he didn’t need the rude comments. Before he could turn around to continue the game, one of our players parent stood up and threatened him by yelling, “You need to be fair, or you better watch your back!” That was it. The umpire had had enough, so he called the

game. Just like that, our almost victory was torn away from us because of a parent who spoke without thinking. Of course, after the game was called, the shouting and cursing became louder and more intense. There were even threats of the police being called. Again, the fun of the game was taken away. According to The Post Game, “about 75% of kids stop playing sports by age 13.” The New York Daily states that “60% of people in the United States will witness a parent being verbally or physically abusive at their child’s sporting events.” This is outrageous! Sports help keep us kids entertained and out of trouble. It is a fun way for us to learn and to get exercise. Parents and coaches need to figure out how to work together to make sports fair and fun. We trust them to do what’s best for us, but, over and over again, they aren’t being good examples. I think it is time for adults to step up to the plate and do what’s right for us kids!

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Editor’s Note: The following letters were written by students in the seventh-grade classes of Lori Scarpa von Diezelski, at Indian Trails Middle School, before the last day of school.

stuff, and I love you. You make the best lumpy mashed potatoes. And those are some of the reasons I love you. Gabriella Cheberko

Dear Jason: This may be a little weird for you. But I just want to tell you how much you mean to me. You are the best stepdad anyone can ask for. You’re always there for me, and you always care for me. You like to joke around a lot, and I like that you can laugh stuff off most of the time. You are nice and provide a roof over my head and food on my plate. I like that you support me most of my decisions (except for cheerleading, but I know that it’s because you hate cheerleading) and are there for me when I need it most. I love you, Jason. You are the best stepdad in the world! Arianna Legory

Happy Father’s Day to the best stepdad ever! There’s a lot of things you do well, except cook, but I’ve gotten over the fact that you couldn’t! You can play basketball still, even though you are getting real old and you would probably be the best at the quiet game if we ever played! You take care of me in many different ways. You take me out every Friday, getting me whatever I want and caring for me in a quiet way. I love how you stay in style (with Mom’s help)! Sha’Nora Ledwell

+ I love how you stay in style + You support me in everything (with a little help from Mom) — except in cheerleading Dear Samuel:

+ One day, I want to grow up and be like you, Dad Dear Dad: I am always happy when you hit me ground balls at the field. You also help me get out of things Mom wants me to do that I don’t want to do. You also stay home with me and take care of me when I am sick. I really like spending time with you because you are fun to talk to, and you listen to what I have to say, and one day I want to grow up and be like you. Charlie Alfano

+ Grandpa, you make the best lumpy mashed potatoes Dear Grandpa: From the day I was born, you were always in my life. I love it when we hang out and eat ice cream together while watching the Miami Heat basketball game. When we go to the store and I see something I want, you never say no to me. You always buy me the best

+ You shot me in the butt, but it was friendly fire Dear Darin: Ever since you came into my life and became my stepdad, things were rather laid-back and calm. I didn’t like that too much — it was rather boring. But the thing I think you do best is make things interesting for the family by cracking jokes or messing with me and Danielle, or taking us Airsofting, which is really fun! Besides when you shot me in the butt, which was friendly fire. You’ve done a lot to help me, but lately I’ve been getting things done myself but only because you and Mom taught me so. I’m really happy that you came into my life, even if it was luck or what. Shane Berryhill

+ Thanks for buying me a bunny, from an hour away Dear Dad: One thing you do really well is cooking dinner just about every night for all us girls. Yes, we are picky, but you always seem to find a way to satisfy all of us. I really admire how you can just open up the fridge and make whatever with whatever ingredients. I love how you go out of your way to make me happy, like the time I asked you

YOU EMBARRASS ME IN PUBLIC, BUT I LOVE YOU ANYWAY Dear Dad: You are the funniest person I know. You are always there for me, and you always care for me. You always love to dance, especially in front of my friends or in public. You like to scream my name and embarrass me in public, too. But I’m glad I have a crazy, fun and caring dad like you. I love you. Chiara Longo if I could get a bunny, and you said yes even though it was an hour or two away. Thank you for always getting the things I need from the store. Thank you for always coming to my honor roll ceremony. But most of all, thank you for being my father/dad who is always there for me. Zelia Burnett

+ Thanks for not being boring Dear Daddy: You are the best daddy ever because you always take us out on the boat for fun, and you always try to teach us how to fish and teach us Russian! You always take us tubing on the boat and take us to all these cool places, like back to Washington and when we go with you on trips in your truck you always show us cool spots like rivers and stuff. I’m glad that you are like that instead of being the kind of dad that just sits at home and is boring all day. I always miss you on the road working, but it’s always fun when you get back because then I get my awesome dad back. You are very good at taking care of all of us (your three awesome daughters)! You always make us feel better when we are hurt because you make jokes and stuff. You also take good care of Mommy because you help her around the house. I can see that you love everyone in your family very much because of how well you take care of all of us, and we all love you very much — especially me. Sarina Maksimyuk

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COPS June 3 Mouthing off 10:53 a.m. 100 block of Pine Cone Drive. Burglary. When deputies arrested three suspected thieves after a chase and prepared to show them to witnesses, one of the suspects made things easy for them: “Yep, that’s the woman who was chasing me,” the 18-year-old said as deputies walked him past a woman who’d said she chased a thief from her home. The three young men — two 18-year-olds and one 19-year-old — broke through a fence on a Pine Cone Drive home, then tried to break through a window, smashing one pane. A woman inside the house heard the glass break and yelled, “Get out of here!” to the would-be burglars. The men fled, a neighbor chased them, and witnesses saw one get into a car. Deputies stopped the car and detained him, then set

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CORNER up a perimeter and caught the other two. Witnesses identified them, and deputies arrested all three.

June 4

Pried before a fall 5900 block of State Road 100. Burglary. A car dealership employee called the Sheriff’s Office after arriving at work early in the morning to see that someone had broken into a car and tried to enter several others. Two or more burglars had a back gate, tried to pry open the door of a customer’s Dodge Nitro, then smashed a window when they couldn’t get in, according to the report. They ripped a plastic cover off the steering column, perhaps in an attempt to steal the car, a deputy wrote in a report. The thieves had also broken into a Jeep Cherokee, destroying the car’s ignition with a screwdriver, and pried open the door of a Jeep Liberty. Deputies found the

screwdriver and kept it as evidence. When they got a Wrangler Sahara, the thieves entered through an unlocked door and did something — exactly what is redacted in the report — in the car. A product — also redacted — of the aforementioned redacted act was collected as evidence. Cameras on the business do not cover the areas where the crime occurred, according to the report.

DAD / FROM PAGE 6

+ You got to choose to adopt me, and you did Dear Daddy: You have been here for since I came to live with you, and I can’t thank you enough. You took me in after Daddy Billy passed away and treated me like your own. You have made who I am today. You introduced me to Jesus Christ and took me to church. You taught me so many lessons, and I’m proud to have a dad like you. I’m so proud of you and the decisions you have made in your life. You got to choose if you wanted to adopt me or not, and you did, and I can’t thank you enough. Without you, I literally don’t know where I would be today. I love you, Daddy! Laura Mitchell

June 5

Coached 2 p.m. First block of Bud Hollow Drive. Larceny, motor vehicle. A man and a woman spent an afternoon on the Jungle Hut beach and got back to their car to find a wallet and a Coach clutch missing. The man’s stolen brown Dockers wallet held several bank and credit cared and $200 cash, and the woman’s clutch, itself worth about $100, also held about credit cards and about $200 cash. The man wasn’t sure if he’d locked the car before they walked down to the beach.

+ I like that I can pick on you, and that you care Dear Dad: You make the best beef jerky I have ever tasted in my whole life! You are also good at being a pain in the butt sometimes when I don’t want you to be. You’re also good at being a dad and making sure to keep me out of trouble, and if I do

get in trouble, I’ll regret it. You’re also good at driving with a lead foot. What I like about you is you can’t run as fast as me, so when you’re chasing me, I can get away and keep running. I also like that you can drive me places and take me hunting. I also like that I can pick on you and bother you a bunch. I also like you because you’re my dad, and you care about me. Dylan Blackley

+ You made four miracles (your kids!) with Mom Dear Dad: I’m Daddy’s little girl, and our relationship is priceless. You’ve worked so hard all your life to put a roof over us, food, clothes and pay the bills, and I just want you to know that it’s very much appreciated. We all love you so much and even though it may seem we aren’t close, we’re closer than most. We really do listen to you because we love you. You definitely have a seat waiting for you in heaven. You should be a saint! You made four miracles with Mom, anyway. You give yourself to everyone else and God the best you can. I admire so much about you, and I love you endlessly. Samantha Sapienza

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S.R.100 lot rezoned commercial The old News-Journal building could be a prime spot for a new business. office space that is underutilized,” he said. “Retail commercial development is what we’ve been looking for to better balance the tax base of our city. … State Road 100 is going to be the Palm Coast Parkway of the future.” The lot in question, a 4.78-acre chunk of land that is part of Bunnell Development Co. Subdivision Tract 11, contains a building that was formerly used by the Daytona Beach News-Journal, city Land Development Supervisor Constance Bentley told councilmen during the meeting. It has been vacant since 2008 and is bordered by Tom Gibbs Chevrolet, a Baptist church, Madison Green apartments and Town Center. Rezoning it from general office to general commercial would allow it to be used for a wider range of uses — including restaurants, convenience stores and gas stations — without changing dimensional or setback requirements, she said. Bentley said the lot has 337 feet of frontage on State Road 100 and 634 feet of frontage on McCormick Drive,

and is about 221 feet away form the residential Tuscan Reserve apartment complex. During the meeting’s public comment period, one resident asked Landon to spill the beans on who might be moving in. “You know, on 4.7 acres, I could put a small ammonia plant there, and I don’t think anybody here wants anything like that,” he said. Bentley replied that something like an ammonia plant would need to be zoned for industrial use. Property zoned general commercial would support the kinds of businesses visible on Palm Coast Parkway, she said. Landon said whatever business moves in probably won’t approach the city for a building permit for at least half a year. “What we normally see is that it will be a good six months,” he said. “The timing on that — every one is different.” The rezoning ordinance will come up for a final vote June 17. See the box to the right for another sign of activity on State Road 100.

LAND SWAP WITH FLAGLER COUNTY NETS PALM COAST STATE ROAD 100 FRONTAGE At first glance, it may look like a bad deal for Palm Coast: 14 acres that were part of the city’s boundaries will become unincorporated — part of the Flagler County Airport — in a land swap that transfers just three acres of now-unincorporated land into the city’s boundaries. But the 14 acres the city is losing sit at the end of a runway on land that would be in danger if a plane missed its landing, while the three acres transferred into the city’s boundaries are a plot owned by Florida Landmark LLC at the intersection of State Road 100 and Seminole Woods Boulevard. “You’re potentially looking at a service station, or barring that, some other use that would increase the city’s tax rolls,” Palm Coast Senior Planner Jose Papa said at a May 27 City Council workshop. Florida Landmark Properties plans to develop the three-acre plot for an airport commerce center, but would need city water and sewer connections to do it, he said. The three-acre rectangle of land borders a larger, triangular Florida Landmark plot that runs along Seminole Woods Boulevard. The 14-acre plot that is to become unincorporated could not be used for any residential or commercial development because of federal air safety regulations. None of the land in question is owned by the city; the transfers considered involve boundaries, not land ownership, City Manager Jim Landon said. The City Council voted to approve the transfer during its June 3 business meeting.

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Bunnell has chosen a City Hall, voting 3-1 Monday, June 2, to purchase the Heritage Charter School campus on State Road 100. The campus will cost $600,000, City Manager Larry Williams said, and Bunnell could spend up to $270,000 — an estimate Williams said is on the high side — getting it ready for move-in. The city recently accepted the old county courthouse for a city hall, then turned it back over to the county after deciding it would cost too much to renovate. The Heritage campus, Williams said, “fits our needs, and is a lot less money in the long run” than the courthouse would have been. Bunnell Vice Mayor John Rogers and Commissioners Elbert Tucker and Bill Baxley voted to buy the campus, and Mayor Catherine Robinson voted against. Commissioner Bonita Robinson was not present during the vote.

The city would be getting three buildings out of the Heritage campus deal: the main building, which would house city storage and office space now dispersed in three different locations; an outbuilding that would become the headquarters of the Bunnell Police Department; and a third building that would be used for City Commission meetings. The closing won’t be held until at least July 10, Williams said. In the meantime, the city is holding commission meetings in the Government Services Building, where it has stayed rent-free for five years. That arrangement ends soon: after Bunnell handed back the courthouse, the County Commission voted to give the city until August to vacate the building or pay back rent. Bunnell plans to move out of the Government Services Building by July 31, Williams said.

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PC4 graduates first class of super heroes Decked out in their capes and masks, the first VPK graduates at Palm Coast Community Child Center received their diplomas Friday, July 6. “We have all learned so much this year,” said Director Mary Benvenuto said. “As a staff we learned how to operate as a team within our strengths and abilities that God has given us. We learned how to celebrate and enjoy victories; we have bonded over some of the victories and we have even bonded over some of the tragedy as we had.”

Kayla Abarca receives her diploma from her teacher, Jordan Wood.

The center opened in 2012 and ended its school year with 20 students. This year, VPK was added and enrollment jumped to 50 children. Twenty of those students graduated Friday. “Developing an amazing VPK program was very expensive,” Benvenuto said. “But training the next generation of super heroes, that’s priceKiley Rogan less.”

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Those who can’t play… Some 30 minutes into my return to coaching, I hit a kid in the mouth, causing blood to spew from his nose. Last Wednesday, after the deadline crunch at the paper, I slipped into shorts, a T-shirt and a pullover fleece, then drove over to Flagler Palm Coast High School to see JOEY LoMONACO what Jordan Butler’s fledgling travel baseball program is all about. They’re called the Flagler Bandits, and Butler hopes they’ll be the vehicle to turn Palm Coast into a hotbed of youth baseball talent. As I walked onto the field, Butler cracked wise about my wearing sleeves in June. If you had memories from four years of high school baseball tryouts with snow on the ground — you’d dress conservatively, too. We tossed. I forgot how weird it was to play catch with another lefty, especially when it came to off-speed pitches (even on flat ground, Butler’s curve has more late movement than Tchaikovsky’s sixth symphony). After the kids finished warming up, Butler split them into infield and outfield drills. There was one first baseman among the group of 13- and 14-year-olds. Since first base was my primary position in high school, Butler asked me to work on picks or short hops with Carlos Nieves. Big mistake. I stood about 20 feet away and threw picks at him like they were always thrown at me — fast and unpredictable. Carlos impressed me. He knocked almost every throw down, scooping the vast majority. Backhands, forehands — even the ones I beamed at his chest so he couldn’t cheat. With only a couple minutes left before we’d switch to a different drill, I threw another short hop. But this throw — this unlucky throw — caught the tiny lip between the Bermuda grass and the dirt, skipping up wildly. No one could have brought his glove up in time to prevent a rawhide nosejob. To his credit, Carlos took it like a champ. He used an old pair of gray baseball pants to stop the bleeding, got a drink of water and was ready to sprint back onto the diamond. I assured him his nose wasn’t broken (because I’m totally qualified to make that diagnosis). The other highlight of the evening was Zach Tutak, FPC’s junior varsity coach who also helps out with the Bandits, mistaking me for a highly touted junior transfer from New Jersey. When I grilled him about whether he thought I could pass for 16, Tutak replied, “Well, they did say he was a big kid.”

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nobody gonna break my stride By Joey LoMonaco | Sports Writer

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Jacques thrives despite disabilities Tyler Jacques, a 12-year-old who has endured more than a dozen surgeries, nearly smacked a home run for his Little League squad in a recent playoff game. Tyler Jacques clutches a pair of one-dollar bills between the index and middle fingers of his left hand — his good hand. He’s standing in line, itching for a chance to send his Little League coach, Doug Berryhill, plunging kiester-first into the dunk tank at Palm Coast Little League’s closing ceremonies. Born premature at just 28 weeks, Jacques, 12, suffered from amniotic banding, a condition which caused his left leg to be amputated and stunted the growth of his right hand. He’s had 13 surgeries to release the right hand to its current state; a 14th procedure is coming up in August. Still, “he doesn’t let anything bother him, he doesn’t go any slower,” said Jen Etsy, Tyler’s mom. “He still pushes.” The Palm Coast Observer profiled Jacques in 2011, when he was a 9-year-old minors-A player “riding his mini-motorcycle with no hands” and hoping to get a custom-made glove for his right hand and a bladelike sports prosthetic. He has since received both,

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Tyler Jacques, 12, hurls a ball at a dunk tank manned by his Little League coach, Doug Berryhill. sort of. The blade has worked like a charm, enabling Jacques to score from first-base on a teammate’s extra-base hit during the majors season. A com-

pany provided Tyler with a lacrosse net-like glove, too. “He didn’t like it,” said Greg Smith, Tyler’s stepdad. “If the ball was coming fast, it would Far left: Tyler draws a crowd. Left: Tyler chats with one of his coaches, David Clark.

bounce right out.” So, Tyler’s back to throwing with his left hand, then quickly donning a conventional mitt — ala former New York Yankees hurler Jim Abbott. He’s been learning the technique for three years, and he pitched in two games for the IAFF Orange Cobras this spring. But Tyler doesn’t hesitate when asked his favorite phase of the game. “It’s hitting,” he says. With his development at the plate this season, it’s easy to see why. In his team’s last game,

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CRACKED CLAVICLE By Joey LoMonaco | Sports Writer

FPC’s Loera sidelined from Stingrays Brodie Loera didn’t know anything was amiss until he attempted a check in hockey practice. Within the chilly confines of an ice hockey r i n k , Brodie Loera is accustomed to sporting a blocker pad on his right Brodie Loera arm and holding a goalie stick in his right hand. Instead, at Saturday’s high school ice hockey matchup between

Loera’s Volusia Stingrays and the Jacksonville Jets, he was relegated to a spot outside the glass boards, wearing a sling over his right arm and clutching a can of San Pellegrino orange soda. Loera, a rising junior at Flagler Palm Coast, is the Stingrays’ starting goalie but missed the 9-2 loss to Jacksonville with a broken collarbone suffered at practice last week. “A kid on our team took a slapshot at the beginning of practice,

and it broke my collarbone, Loera explained, “but I didn’t know it was broken so I continued through practice. At the very end of practice, I threw a poke check and it popped out of the socket and shifted.” He says the puck hit him in an area covered by his chest protector and neckpiece, but that it made contact in a “weird spot.” Loera went down immediately, and the team’s coaching staff and his mom rushed out onto the ice.

“I felt the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life, you know?” he said. “I went down and was on the ice lying on my back for like 20 minutes. (Teammates) Cameron Clark and Slate Gray helped me out a lot. … They called an ambulance.” At the hospital, Loera learned he wouldn’t need surgery but will be sidelined from any kind of physical activity for six weeks. In the meantime, he had to witness his understudy struggle

through a tough netminding outing. “It’s hard to watch. I don’t like seeing us losing, and I’ve seen a lot of that this year,” Loera said of the Stingray’s season that’s produced just two victories. “We’ve had a lot of suspensions, problems with penalties. Goal scoring has also been a big problem.” At least the pain from his injury will be kept to a minimum. “They gave me some narcotics,” he said.


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JACQUES / FROM 15 a semifinals loss, Tyler nearly cranked a long ball. “He got up there,” teammate Hayden Clark recalled, adding: “It looked like it was going over, but it one-hopped the fence (about 185 feet).” Tyler’s gapper didn’t surprise Berryhill. When he strung together a few hits early this season, the coach saw his approach to at-bats change due to boosted confidence. “He didn’t become a little more consistent of a hitter — he became a very consistent hitter this year,” he said. “He started going up to the plate expecting to get a hit instead of hoping to get a walk.” The season has also proven a valuable experience for Tyler’s teammates, who discovered younger than most kids that “disability” doesn’t equate to “can’t,” or “worse.” With Little League coming to a close, Tyler isn’t switching to offseason mode just yet. He left Monday for a weeklong softball camp in Kentucky run by the Wounded Warriors, many amputees themselves. According to the Associated Press, “on Friday, the kids will play a softball game at Louisville Slugger Field. The 13,000seat stadium is the home of the Louisville Bats, the Cincinnati Reds’ Triple-A affiliate.” But before all that, he had unfinished business

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By Joey LoMonaco | Sports Writer Jacob Gibson Jr., of the U Name IT T-ball team, displays his participation trophy at Saturday’s Little League closing ceremonies. Photos by Joey LoMonaco

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at the dunk tank. When it’s finally Tyler’s turn to throw, he’s around the target with each of his first few tosses. Close misses. Berryhill — suddenly filled with bravado upon his perch — asks Tyler if he’s willing to wager cutting his shaggy, lightbrown hair if he can’t find the mark. Tyler is practically silent, save for a muted grunt as he slings the softball-sized batting cage balls. Eventually, he’s exhausted all of the tries he paid for. He can’t hide a modicum of disappointment. “You get one bonus throw,” the high-school aged girl working the booth informs Tyler, handing him one more ball. Tyler coils up and delivers. Whoosh. Clang. Spring. Splash. Berryhill is drenched, and a plucky little 12-year-old is beaming. Email joey@palmcoastobserver.com.

Palm Coast Little League wraps up Little Leaguers from Palm Coast celebrated closing ceremonies Saturday at Indian Trails Sports Complex. Besides receiving participation trophies, the youngsters enjoyed a moon bounce, obstacle course and dunk tank.

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+ FPC soccer star Friedman headed to World United Games When 2014 Flagler Palm Coast grad Ashley Friedman listened to her dad read an email detailing her selection for the United World Games soccer tournament, she was sure it was a hoax. “I was just like, ‘No, what are you talking about, you’re lying.’” But there was no deceit, and Friedman — who captained the Bulldogs to a Final Four berth this season as a right back — is headed to Austria next week. She’ll be playing for Team USA along with 14 other girls from across the country; Friedman is the only player selected from Florida. The United World Games is an annual olympic-style event that features eight different sports and has teams participating from 30-plus countries. For girls soccer, Team USA is in a pool with Italy, Austria and Germany. Games will be played at the Wörthersee stadium, built for the 2008 European Soccer Championships. In addition to the tournament, the team will tour sites in Munich, Germany, and Venice. “I’m most excited about the opportunity to go overseas and actually see all these places, because I don’t think that I’ll ever get to do this again,” Friedman said. “Being selected to play soccer overseas is even better.” Friedman fundraised extensively to make the trip possible, writing letters to friends and family explaining the opportunity. It’ll be a busy summer for the defender, who is set to play soccer at NOVA Southeastern University this fall. “I’m very nervous, because it’s 15 girls in the entire country, and it’s amazing that I’m one of them,” Friedman said. “Especially since I’m the only girl from Florida.”

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Aria Reiter dances in the shows final act “Circle of Life: Lion King,” choreographed by Jeanna Reiter. Isabel Voskoboynik and Quincy Black dance the leads in “Dark Star: Peter Pan,” choreographed by Black.

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Owner and Artistic Director Cindy Miller is retiring after running the school for 36 years. Former Matanzas High School teacher Jeanna Reiter will take over the studio. Dry eyes were few and far between Saturday, June 7, as Cindy Miller stood on the stage at her last recital as owner and artistic director of Flagler School of Dance. “You’re a second mother to me and to a lot of people up on this stage, and words cannot express the wonderful woman that you are,” Jeanna Reiter said, fighting back tears herself. Miller is retiring after 36 years, and Reiter will be taking over the studio. “This woman is leaving a legacy in this county,” Reiter said of Miller. “She has touched the lives of so many people, including myself. To fill this woman’s shoes is an honor.”

Relinquishing the studio isn’t a decision that came lightly for Miller, but she said that, at this stage in her life, it is time to give it over to someone younger and with more energy. “It means the world to me to have someone so special continue the Flagler School of Dance,” Miller said. Reiter has been involved in the studio her whole life, dancing and teaching, and Miller said she was the perfect candidate to carry on the school’s legacy. For the past four years, Reiter has also directed the dance program at Matanzas High School in addition to teaching language arts. Leaving her position at Matanzas has allowed her to

focus her career solely on her passion: dance. Reiter’s first duties as the new owner will be registration for the new season of classes. Five registration dates will be held throughout July, with classes beginning Aug. 11. For Miller, the support from community members is overwhelming. “It’s like a second family,” Miller said. “So many areas of the studio were fulfilling, but the best part was the privilege that I had of watching so many students grow up, dancing at the studio. As far as Jeanna, I know that she is going to do amazing things with the school. It’s not an ending, it’s a new chapter.”

Cindy Miller and Jeanna Reiter fight back tears at the June 7 Flagler School of Dance recital. Reiter will be taking over direction and ownership of the studio.

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In which I paddle into motorboat territory A two-day, 40-mile paddle trip into current, wind and rain convinced me to buy an outboard for my canoe. It looked simple enough on paper (doesn’t everything?): two days, 40 miles by canoe. I’d take the dog and leave S a t u r d a y, May 31, from a put-in just north of Lake George on the St. Johns River, paddle the 17-foot tandem canoe JONATHAN nine miles SIMMONS north with the slow current on the St. Johns, then paddle 11 miles west against the quicker current on the Ocklawaha River — one of northern Florida’s premier paddling trails — then float down the Ocklawaha and paddle back on the St. Johns. It wasn’t simple. This fact sunk in on Sunday, about five miles up the Ocklawaha, a narrow, twisting river that runs through dense swamp country. I’d left late Saturday and spent the night camped on the canoe on the Ocklawaha, falling asleep listening to the rumbling mating calls of alligators hidden out in the swamp. I woke up early to knock out the 25 miles or so that remained

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seen (the trash) this bad,” Neste said. But what’s different about the trash being found on Flagler Beach is that it’s not washing up on an island. Slurpees with straws still in them are sitting in the sand next to an imprint of a beach towel. A dirty diaper was even picked up during the Sunday cleanup. “This is blatant pollution,” Neste said. “People are coming here, spending a great day on the beach and then they are getting up and walking away. I just don’t understand that.” While traveling the world for surf photography, Neste saw how people on different islands treated their beach — as if it was their home. “If someone polluted on their beach they’d be stopped in their tracks, turned around and told to go pick it up,” he said. “It’s not so much intimidation, it’s just respect.” That’s the kind of respect Neste hopes that everyone visiting Flagler Beach adopts. The goal is that it’s not just a beach cleanup, but the start of a movement. The slogan: “Love our beach.” 

“We want to show (visitors) that it’s a common love that we have. Be known as a beach that is not just fun waves and beautiful sand, but a beach that its No. 1 priority is taking care of it for its future,” Neste said. One company who took notice of Neste’s efforts is Flomotion, a Florida clothing company that focuses on the Florida lifestyle. Flomotion donated shirts, hats and the use of its tent for the afternoon because the cleanup coincides with their belief in respecting the land. Rocky’s Pizzeria, Pasta Pasta and Giuseppe’s NY Pizza also donated pizza to the cleanup. “We’re not inventing the beach cleanup, let’s be real,” Neste said. “But what we’ve already noticed is that we’ve had a bunch of out-of-towners — that have the whitest skin in the world, from middleAmerica — that have gloves on and carrying bags. We want to celebrate the fact that we have a beautiful beach and we can keep enjoying it.” — To get involved, email loveourflaglerbeach@gmail.com.

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Full Moon Beach Stroll — 7:15 p.m. at Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area, 3100 S. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach. Park fees apply. Contact Jennifer Giblin at 517-2086 or Jennifer.Giblin@ dep.state.fl.us. Game Day Social — 1 to 4 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center. Dominos, cards or game of your choice. Light refreshments served. Free. Call 986-2323. Critic’s Choice Dinner Club — 5:30 p.m. at Blue at the Topaz, 1224 S. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach. Join Palm Coast Parks & Recreation’s Critic’s Choice Dinner Club each month (second Thursday) to visit a restaurant and critique the overall dining experience. Dinner and transportation not included; meet at the restaurant. Pre-registration required; sign up at www. palmcoastgov.com/register. Teen Summer Reading Movie Matinee — 1:30 p.m. at the Flagler County Public Library. Watching a G-rated movie that was Winner of the 2008 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film.  

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Angie Buchanan’s second-grade class racked up the Reading Counts points, winning the monthly competition every month of the school year at Old Kings Elementary. The “reading ninjas” also ended the school year with the most Reading Counts points for the entire school with 4,249 points.

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real estate | transactions By Shanna Fortier | Community Editor

Grand Haven home tops sales at $390,000 A Grand Haven tops the sales list for Flagler County residential real estate transactions the week of May 7-13. Maureen and Paul Kelly, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 38 Riverbend Drive to Lennet Daigle and Amelia Boyd Daigle, of St. Augustine, for $390,000. Built in 2005, it has four bedrooms, three baths, a pool, a summer kitchen and 2,833 square feet of living area.

Carl and Janice Henderson, of Palm, Coast, sold the home at 59 Brewster Lane to RM 5 Fisth Avenue LLC, of Bay Shore, New York, for $115,000. Built in 2002, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,243 square feet of living area. Paul Abela, of Eastpointe, Michigan, sold the home at 78 Brookside Lane to Clayton and Karen Brooks, of Elizaville, New York, for $162,000. Built in 1997, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool, a spa, a boat dock and 1,897 square feet of living area. SeaGate Homes LLC sold the home at 129 Burroughs Drive to Laura Gazzoli, of Palm Coast, for $173,900. Built in 2014, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,800 square feet of living area.

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Raymond Desana II and Linda Desana, of Hiram, Georgia, sold the condo at 200 Marina Bay Drive, Unit 303, to Tom Rowand Jr. and Christian Rowand, of St. Johns, for $295,000. Built in 2001, it has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,138 square feet of living area. It sold in 2004 for $ 330,000.

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The top-selling home has four bedrooms, three baths, a summer kitchen and 2,833 square feet of living area.

rooms, two baths and 1,238 square feet of living area.

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James and Sandra Barkhau, of Mount Dora, sold the home at 15 Armand Beach Drive to Kevin and Heather Kelly, of Orlando, for $217,900. Built in 2014, it has three bedrooms, two bahs and 1,499 square feet of living area.

Joel and Deborah Penny, of Daytona Beach, sold the home at 47 Southlake Drive to Ladislao and Elise Ponce, of Palm Coast, for $277,500. Built in 2003, it has three bedrooms, two bath and 2,062 square feet of living area. It sold in 2011 for $215,000.

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Albert and Norma Baker, of Columbia, Maryland, sold the condo at 1000 Canopy Walk Lane, Unit 1015, for $166,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,712 square feet of living area. Gregory Rudkin and William Torode, of St. Augustine, sold the condo at 100 Canopy Walk Lane, Unit 133, to Douglas Dompkowski, of Bethesda, Maryland, for $140,000. Built in 2005, it has two bed-

Kisman and Chhengthaw Nou, of Lynn, Massachusetts, sold the home at 116 Brushwood Lane to Luis Claudio and Karin Nova, of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, for 148,000. Built in 2003, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,364 square feet of living area. It sold in 2009 for $128,500. Nancy and Edward Dranginis, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 78 Bruning Lane

The top-selling home, at 38 Riverbend Drive, in Grand Haven, also has a pool.

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to Jordan and Crystal Gallo, of Palm Coast, for $135,500. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,839 square feet of living area. It sold in 2008 for $145,000. Victor Demchishin, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 3 Burning Tree Place to Dwaynon Jenkins, of Palm Coast, for $117,000. Built in 1998, it has three bedrooms, two bath and 1,641 square feet of living area. K Investment Properties LLC sold the home at 96 Bird of Paradise Drive to Sam Khamtheang, of Palm Coast, for $212,000. Built in 2004, it has four bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 2,904 square feet of living area. It sold in 2013 for $117,000. Ruben and Monsa Urbina, of Bronx, New York, sold the home at 89 Bradmore Lane to Luigi Digaetano, of Buffalo, New York, for $110,000. Built in 1986, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,481 square feet of living area.

Fannie Mae sold the home at 17 Ryeco Way to Natasha Beerom, of Palm Coast, for $154,000. Built in 2003, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,431 square feet of living area.

Palm Club Elizabeht Besse, of Palm Coast, sold the condo at 52 Club House Drive, Unit 103, to Diane Lesko, of Palm Coast, for $69,000. Built in 1977, it has two bedrooms, 1.5 baths and 1,127 square feet of living area.

Palm Coast Plantation Fernando and Veronica Tamayo, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 202 Heron Drive to Brice Edwards, of Palm Coast, for $375,000. Built in 2013, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,319 square feet of living area.

Palm Harbor Fannie Mae sold the home at 61 Fordham Lane to Flemming and Vibeke Horn-

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syld, of Palm Coast, for $119,900. Built in 1988, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,886 square feet of living area. Barbara Oster, trustee of the Edmund J. Klukowski and Marion L. Klukowski Declaration of Trust, sold the home at 38 Federal Lane to Wallace and Deanna Loper, of Shelbyville, Indiana, for $116,900. Built in 1978, it has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,689 square feet of living area. Brian Noel, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 7 Cerrudo Lane to Christopher and Linda Lamer, of Palm Coast, for $127,500. Built in 1972, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,462 square feet of living area. It sold in 2009 for $112,500. Carmen Mosca, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 6 Chadwick Court to Albert and Carolyn Schrichte, of Lawrenceville, Georgia, for $300,000. Built in 1997, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool, a boat dock and 1,864 square feet of living area.

Pine Lakes Richard Robison, of Palm Coast, sold the home at 24 Winchester Place to Charles Nazworth Jr., of Elkton, for $153,000. Built in 1989, it has four bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 2,107 square feet of living area. It sold in 2010 for $137,000. Greg and Marilyn Sanders, of Ormond Beach, sold the home at 3 White Hill Place to Karen Buttenschon, and Charles and Geraldine Pizer, of Palm Coast, for $125,000. Built in 1998, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,341 square feet of living area. It sold in 2013 for $88,800. Wells Fargo sold the home at 37 Woodholmee Lane to KACS Acquisitions LLC for $110,250. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, three baths and 2,011 square feet of living area.

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Seminole Woods Janice Gardner, of Bradenton, sold the home at 28 Sedgewick Trail to Robert and Waneta McKean, of Palm Coast, for $140,000. Built in 2006, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,261 square feet of living area. SeaGate Homes LLC sold the home at 22 Undermount Path to William Minogue, of Palm Coast, for $147,000. Built in 2013, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 1,837 square feet of living area. Deutsche Bank National Trust sold the home at 5 Service Tree Place to Matthew and Christine McDonald, for $91,000. Built in 2005, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,209 square feet of living area.

Woodlands Tina Donaldson Metz, of Lutherville, Maryland, sold the home at 107 Blare Drive to Katherine Barnett and Patricia Joan Matthews, of Palm Coast, for $123,000. Built in 1990, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,107 square feet of living area. It sold in 2012 for $80,000. — Toby Tobin, of GoToby.com, contributed to this report.

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PALM COAST PERMITS

The following is an update for permit activity in the city May 29 to June 4. Total number of all permits issued: 209.

Commercial permits issued:

• Dimensional Construction was issued a $81,000 permit for alterations at Smoothie King at 220 Palm Coast Parkway N.E. Unit B. • Heritage Construction was issued a $17,000 permit alterations at The Ya Ya Salon at 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Unit C106. • Stull Construction was issued a $15,000 permit for alterations at International Carpet at 85 Cypress Point Parkway, Suites 8 and 7.

Residential permits issued:

• Intervest Construction was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 30 Scarlet Oak Circle. • KB Homes was issued a permit for a singlefamily residence at 108 South Starling

Drive. • Keystone Homes was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 20 Burbank Drive. • Olsen Custom Homes was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 11 Turkey Oak Drive. • Olsen Custom Homes was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 16 Native Oak Court. • Paytas Homes was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 39 Arrowhead Drive. • PCM Homes was issued a permit for a single-family residence at 68 Forrester Place. • Gulfstream Homes was issued a permit for an addition at 82 Pilgrim Drive. • Intervest Consulting Service was issued a permit for an addition at 32 Palmyra Lane. • Jose Lopez was issued a permit for an addition at 38 Lake Forest Place.

Certificates of occupancy issued:

• CPG Construction was issued a certificate of occupancy for a four-unit apartment building at 157 Brookhaven Drive. • CPG Construction was issued a certificate of occupancy for a four-unit apartment building at 157 Brookhaven Drive. Source: city of Palm Coast

Quail Hallow Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. sold the home at 2 Zaftig Court to Svetlana Pavlovska, of Palm Coast, for $151,000. Built in 2003, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,198 square feet of living area.

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+ Bobby Keith joins Coldwell Banker Premier Properties

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+ Nature Scapes wins 1-800-Flowers award Nature Scape’s landscape, garden center, and florist has won the Top Performer Award from 1-800-Flowers. “We were surprised and excited about the award,” Nature Scapes cofounder Marylou Baiata said in a press release. “We increased our Mother’s Day sales significantly over last year, but those numbers weren’t calculated yet in this award, so we were definitely pleased.” Nature Scapes’ relationship with 1-800-Flowers.com lets the shop offer delivery worldwide, and the award recognizes “performance excellence for the fulfillment of 1-800-Flowers.com orders,” according to the release. This is the first time Nature Scapes has won it. Nature Scapes was opened by Baiata

in 1984, and has a garden center, florist, and gift shop offering “a variety of native plants, flowers, garden supplies, pottery, trees and shrubs,” according to the release. Staff are also educated on the local city tree requirements and “consider themselves shepherds for the environment through the practice of native and sustainable Florida-friendly landscaping, using organic techniques and the best quality of plants and garden amendments,” according to the release. Nature Scapes added an ecological farm last year as well and rescues birds, goats and chickens, which are kept on the property. Nature Scapes is located at 313 Old Brick Road in Bunnell and is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 437-2045 or visit naturescapesonline.com or facebook. com/naturescapes.gardens.

Coldwell Banker Premier Properties has hired residential real estate specialist Bobby Keith as a full-time sales associate at its Palm Coast office. “We’re happy to have Bobby as a part of our team,” Coldwell Banker Premier Properties Broker/Manager Tom Heiser said. Bobby Keith Keith has worked for five years in the residential real estate market and knows Flagler County and the surrounding areas well. He is a Flagler Beach resident and a graduate of Daytona State College. He has lived in Florida for 30 years. Coldwell Banker Premier Properties is located at 33 Old Kings Road, Suite 1. For more information, call 445-5880.

+ Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, Palm Coast names Top Listing/Sales Agent Kathy McEnaney has been named named Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, Palm Coast’s Top Listing/Sales Agent for May 2014. “This award is based on the high professional standards along with outstanding Kathy McEnaney service to clients,” explained Tom Heiser, Broker/ Manager at Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, Palm Coast. “Kathy has earned

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Diversions NEW IN THE OBSERVER: Arts and Entertainment, from St. Augustine to Daytona Beach

THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2014

SHARING A MEDIUM | by Shanna Fortier | Community Editor

5 CAN’T-MISS SHOWS SECOND SATURDAY Where: Hollingsworth Gallery, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite 210B, Palm Coast When: opening reception 6-9 p.m. Saturday, June 14 Info: Hollingsworth Gallery will be exhibiting new works by outstanding regional and local artists.

COUNTING CROWS Where: 1340C State Road A1A, St. Augustine When: Saturday, June 14

Clockwise, from left: “Amused to No End,” by colored pencil artist Anna Hammer; Jeff George’s photorealistic colored pencil drawing, “Canned;” “Holiness,” by Rhonda Nass Courtesy photos

Info: With special guest Toad the Wet Sprocket. For tickets, visit staugamp. sjcvenues.com or call 904-209-0367. “UNTAMED” Where: Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., DeLand When: 7:30 p.m. June 14 and 2:30 p.m. June 15 Info: Preps Dance School & Company presents its production inspired by Disney’s animated film and Broadway musical “The Lion King.” Ticket range in price from $9 to $16 and are available online at athensdeland.com.

A NEW LOOK AT COLORED PENCILS The Ormond Memorial Art Museum will display the Colored Pencil Society of America’s Annual International Exhibition June 13 through Aug. 15.

HIPPIEFEST Where: Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach When: 3 p.m. June 15 with concert starting at 7:30 Info: The Hippiefest StreetFest, featuring live music from regional bands including Tie-Dye Road, Taragonna Way and Steam is free and open to everyone. There will be food, drinks, ’60s merchandise, art, plants, pottery and psychics. The party continues at 7:30 p.m. with the ticketed Happy Together Tour concert featuring The Turtles Featuring Flo & Eddie, Chuck Negron (formerly of Three Dog Night), Mark Farner (formerly of Grand Funk Railroad), Gary Lewis & The Playboys and Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels. For tickets, visit ticketmaster.com. FLAGLER FINE ARTS FESTIVAL Where: Veterans Park, 105 S. Second St., Flagler Beach When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 15 Info: The final juried fine art and performing art demonstration of the season is free and open to the public. For the first time the festival will have wine and beer for sale. Visit flaglerfineartfest.com.

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hile staff at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum was hanging the Colored Pencil Society of America’s Annual International Exhibition, children who were attending camps at the museum looked on in awe. “Kids relate so well to colored pencil because they’ve all drawn with a colored pencil,” said Museum Director Susan Richmond. The museum will host the work of 127 artists ranging in diversity of subject and techniques, but all pulled together by a common medium: colored pencil. The exhibit found a home in Ormond because the society will host its annual educational conference in Daytona Beach at the end of the summer. “It’s very exciting for us because we would rarely have the chance to show so many different artists in one medium,” Richmond said. According to the CPSA website, “the ‘value of drawing’ as the purest form of artistic expression has long been recognized by historians, collectors, curators and those who appreciate fine art.’’ The CPSA was founded in 1990 and is dedicated to artists working with colored pencil. It now boasts almost 1,600 artists representing 12 countries and has 24 District Chapters throughout the United States.

Richmond said the overall response to the show so far has been “wow.” With works ranging from traditional to photorealistic, Richmond said viewers were having a tough time believing that all the pieces were created 100% with colored pencil. An opening reception for the show will be held 6-8 p.m. June 13. The show will be on display through Aug. 25. The Museum is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. Surrounding gardens featuring architectural tributes to veterans are open until sunset daily.

 Margi Hopkins’ “Waiting” is a more traditional look at colored pencil.

IF YOU GO What: Colored Pencil Society of America’s Annual International Exhibition When: Opening reception 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 13 Where: Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach


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Garage/Moving/Estate Sales 15 EDISON Lane, Saturday 6/14, 8am-1pm. Huge garage sale, everything must go!

General Merchandise 1-8X10 RUG, 2-tone brown with beige & blue palm leaves, $125. Brown lanai umbrella 9’ dia, $25. Women's 10 lb blue bowling ball, $10. BMW Roadster car cover, $50. 386-313-5050

Musical Instruments CHICKERING CONSOLE PIANO, ebony finish, $350. Call 386-445-1402

Pet Pets Services SAVE$$$ PETSITTING 24/7 Total love & attention in your absence 386-302-5051, Leave Message

Announcements ATTENTION FLAGLER WOLF PACK REGISTER NOW for youth football & cheer program spots still available, go to www.flaglerwolfpack.com for more info.

Events THE KNIGHTS of Columbus Auxiliary on Old Kings Road presents the Jubilante Company June 29th at 4:00 pm. Tickets are $20.00 and includes a buffet dinner. Call 386-445-0594.

Schools/Instruction

Help Wanted -OFFICE ASSISTANT40 hours per week. Handle detailed paperwork in fast-paced office. Duties include filing, answering phones, making appointments, and general office task. Must have general computer skills and be willing to learn. Experience preferred but not required. If interested please contact us at sales@rhs-mechanical.com -HVAC INSTALLER Experience necessary. $16-$20 starting wage. Must have tools. Company truck. If interested contact us at sales@rhs-mechanical.com LANDSCAPE PROFESSIONAL Experienced in landscape maintenance & irrigation required. Salaried position w/paid vacation. Contact Yard Escape LLC at 386-237-4810 REAL ESTATE BROKER searching for personal assistant with strong management, computer, and people skills. Real estate knowledge a plus. Please Email resume to jbradshaw@storeht.com RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for busy real estate office. Strong computer and customer service skills a must. Please Email resume to jbradshaw@storeht.com

THE REAL Estate market is sizzling. Many people are looking for homes in the Florida sun! Would you like to help them find their dream home and earn money doing it? The first step is to get your state real estate license. Night classes are forming starting July 15th at Watson School of Real Estate/Palms Real Estate Education Center - Tues and Thurs nights for 7 weeks. Prepare for your next career! $269.00 all inclusive. email: jbrazzano@att.net or call 386-7931283 for more information.

TECHNICAL SOLUTION REPS ACI is looking for qualified Technical Solution Agents in our Palm Coast office. Agents provide technical and consulting support to customers via phone, email and online chat. Ideal candidate will have sound computer knowledge, strong communication and customer service skills. Tech Support experience preferred. Great pay and benefits. Send resumes to careers@aciweb.com.

Help Wanted

Commercial Property For Rent

BUSY BARBER SHOP - looking for experience barber. Please call 386-447-9585 for more information.

1-2 PERSON PRIVATE OFFICES IN CYPRESS POINT, NEAR BANKS. NOT A TIMESHARE. FROM $300/MO, INCLUDES UTILITIES. ERA PALM COAST HOMES & LAND, INC. 386-445-7030

ASSISTANT POSITION with busy real estate brokerage. 100 Plus Realty Group is hiring a licensed Realtor to assist our agents with customer contact. Must enjoy talking with "warm" customers on the phone. Call Rus for details and interview: 386-931-0520

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Thursday, June 12, 2014 Real Estate Wanted

WE BUY HOUSES

Palm West Home Realty, Inc

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WHAT’S YOUR HOME WORTH?

Adult Care Services

EURO STYLE cleaning service by Tunde Affordable & reliable. residential/commercial, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly cleaning. 440-590-1413

LAWN SERVICE Starting at $15.00! - Lawn Service - Landscaping Services - Complete Property Maintenance - Mulch & Rock Beds - Pressure Washing

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Low Prices on Monthly Service! Call Michael @ Savarese Landscape & Design 386-246-2406

QUAIL HOLLOW LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER, 20 LLAMA TRAIL. 10,000 SQ FT (80X25) BACKS UP TO RESERVE. CLOSE TO ALL FACILITIES. $50,900.CONTA C T 386-986-1330

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Trimming Specials “Everything but the Lawn” Detailing, Trimming, Weeding, Mulch, Gutters, Cleaned, Pressure Washing, Leaf Cleanups 386-263-7032

ACCOUNTING

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BLINDS/WINDOW TREATMENTS

Madison Bookkeeping Service

REAL WOOD PLANTATION SHUTTER BLOWOUT

Bookkeeping and Business Consulting

142572

CERTIFIED COLLISION REPAIR SHOP 410 N. Railroad Ave, Bunnell, FL 32110

Seabreeze Bookkeeping & Tax Service LLC

SOUTHERN STORM 142527

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Must present coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 6/16/14.

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Transfer family video, movies & 35mm slides

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386.446.1566 • Owner Dominc DiGirolamo

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10

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R RW Aire Conditioning W & Heating $

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A/C Tune up, duct inspection, & dryer vent cleaning.

34900

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PHONE:

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25 Palm Harbor Village Way #9 Palm Coast, Fl

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CARMELO’S BARBER SHOP

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WHEEL ALIGNMENT•TIRES•BALANCING SINCE 1996 4 Jarosz St. Palm Coast, FL 32164 Since 1996 Phone (386) 437.3366 Fax: (386) 437.6777 Toll Free: 1- 888-568 - 0347

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Ormond Beach 386-672-6999 Daytona Beach 386-258-5880

OWNER

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call for more information about The business directory!

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ACCU-TEMP MISSION STATEMENT

10 OFF

% Roller Shades Cellular Shades & Woven Woods Faux/Wood Horizontals 00 Installed $ 24”x37”

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Exp.12/31/14

FREE list with pictures!

Cleaning

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Homes For Sale BANK OWNED HOMES!

CGC 1505420

State Certified General Contractor, Licensed & Insured

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Special LOW RATES on Lawn Maintenance, Grass Cuttting, Edging, Trimming & Much More! CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE

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Mulch â&#x20AC;˘ Rock â&#x20AC;˘ Trees â&#x20AC;˘ Curbing â&#x20AC;˘ Mowing Hedges â&#x20AC;˘ Sidewalks â&#x20AC;˘ Designing Pressure Washing â&#x20AC;˘ Debris Removal

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90 Reg. 150

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POOLS

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R.K. THOMAS, INC.

Rick's Power Washing

Matuszczak

CUSTOM PAINTING Interior/Exterior â&#x20AC;˘ Licensed & Insured

Palm Coast Chiropractic Health Care

PRESSURE WASHING

3 Florida Park Dr., Palm Coast

POOL DECKS, DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, ETC. 141860

386-445-4455

Proudly Serving Flagler County for 29 Years!

Houses ¡ Driveways ¡ Pool Enclosures Siding ¡ Concrete Licensed/Insured & Reliable

Where quality comes first since 1981

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Serving Flagler County for over 30 years

Christian Nursery

PVC â&#x20AC;˘ Chain link Wood â&#x20AC;˘ Aluminum

TERRYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PLUMBING For All Your Plumbing Needs

LANDSCAPING & LAWN

Oceans Fence & Rail, LLC Do It Yourself PVC fencing available

143234

Serving Flagler County Since 1991 Licensed and Insured â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Free Estimates

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PEST CONTROL

AW Custom Kitchens & Baths Inc.

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445-6198

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Est. 1981

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LIC CCC058058 Owner is the lic. holder. 141856

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446-2139

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5 days/4 nights October 20 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 24 $ Shows with Meals Included

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2009 Kia Rio ............................................................ $5,977

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2012 Nissan Altima 2.5S ....................................... $13,977

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2004 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4wd............... $7,977

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2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT .......................... $14,977

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2009 Toyota Prius .................................................. $10,977

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2013 Dodge Avenger SE........................................ $14,977

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2013 Ford Fiesta SE ............................................... $10,977

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2010 Mazda 3 ......................................................... $10,977

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