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Training to respond to an active shooter

A bright start Flagler Schools: back in action PAGE 10

FCSO: Ignore the screams, find the shooter. PAGE 3 INSIDE YOU’RE A REAL LIFESAVER

Sheriff recognizes employees during quarterly awards ceremony PAGES 8-9

SHOPPING IN MATANZAS

Dollar General coming to Matanzas Woods Parkway. Plus, other city news, in City Watch. PAGE 2

FOR THE LOVE OF ANIMALS A beautiful morning to start a new journey, at Buddy Taylor Middle School.

Photo by Paola Rodriguez

INSIDE Humane Society plans for hurricanes, recognizes local leaders PAGE 11

NEW ERA FOR TEENS-IN-FLIGHT

Teens-in-Flight prepares to offer flying lessons to general public PAGE 5

INDEX

Briefs PAGE 4 Letters PAGE 12 McMillan PAGE 6 Real Estate PAGE 18 Your Town PAGE 16

FLO.WAV and the Palm Coast music scene PAGE 15

Making it up as you go Photo by Cole Kubizne

Palm Coast band Home is Where: Trace George, Brandon MacDonald, Josiah Gardella and Connor O’Brien, at the third-annual Flo.Wav Fest, at Town Center.

Flagler Playhouse invites community to improv night.

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North Palm Coast gets a Dollar General

Fire Department seeks new truck

Dollar General is the first retail shopping on Matanzas Woods Parkway.

Fire Chief Jerry Forte aims to have the department’s aerial ladder truck replaced by 2021, as the current truck is nearing the end of its projected 15-year lifespan and has required frequent repairs. The new truck would cost $1.02 million. Forte wishes to sell the old one. Forte said he is coordinating a deal with Flagler County Fire Rescue wherein the city would use the new ladder truck to respond to county incidents requiring one, while the county would make its next purchase a heavy rescue truck which could respond to calls in Palm Coast.

JOEY PELLEGRINO STAFF WRITER

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City fleet expenditures planned for 2020 fiscal year.

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Innovation District events planned 202021: a visual contest with Florida Palm Coast High School, a TEDxTalk and a hack-a-thon. For details on i3’s project at Town Center, see Your Town on Page 16.

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New positions to be added to IT Internal Services next year: a Geographic Information Systems specialist and IT enterprise services administrator (to begin Jan 2020).

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onstruction is underway for a new Dollar General at 1000 Matanzas Woods Parkway. The one-story, 10,640-square-foot store will occupy two acres at the southwest corner of Matanzas Woods Parkway and Old Belle Terre Parkway. Palm Coast Chief Development Officer Jason DeLorenzo said this store will be the first real commercial space on Matanzas Woods Parkway, and that it will bring much-needed convenient shopping for that area of the city.

Residents living on Old Belle Terre Parkway, just across the street from the construction, seem to agree. “Better for me,” said Uryl December, who uses a walker. “I welcome that. It’s a great relief for me.” Resident Shanae Davis agreed, but worried about an increase in traffic. “It’s just odd, because this is a busy street,” she said. She wondered if a better spot couldn’t be found. “Maybe if it was on the corner of Belle Terre, not Old Belle Terre.”

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Other business news: The Southeast Restoration received a commercial permit worth $196,696 to replace walkways, handrails and balconies in Canopy Walk’s Buildings 200, 300, 400 and 500. Monica Anderson received an occupancy permit for Anderson Family Daycare at 36 Rocking Horse Lane. Flagler Animal Hospital is undergoing a 1,992-squarefoot expansion of its facility at 130 Old Kings Road in Flagler Beach. The addition will include more rooms for animals.

Plans for Long Creek improvements

Florida Park Drive noise test

A report on noise levels and air quality on Florida Park Drive should be completed by the end of September.

Streetlight program delayed Palm Coast has submitted plans to Florida Power & Light for the addition of streetlights on city roads, but the city has not been placed on FPL’s work schedule yet because FPL is preoccupied with LED conversions elsewhere in the state, according to city staff.

Roundabouts to become safer

The city has proposed spending $700,000 for additional amenities for Long Creek Nature Preserve. One option being explored is improvements for the kayak launch, including a new launch with rollers.

Safety improvements are planned for the roundabouts in Town Center next year.

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Ignore the screams and find the shooter Flagler deputies train at local church. PAOLA RODRIGUEZ CONTRIBUTING WRITER

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n a training scenario for local deputies on Aug. 8, people were running, yelling, crying, smeared with fake blood. But deputies’ task was to ignore them and instead focus on finding, and stopping, the mock “shooter” making his way through the Community Baptist Church, on Old Dixie Highway. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office held the event, an active assailant response training session, for school resource deputies and new hires on Thursday, Aug. 8, to prepare deputies for the possibility of an active shooter in a school or another public space. The training scenario involved a single FCSO responder arriving to an incident involving a lone shooter, and the goal was to eliminate the threat before attending to victims — to avoid being distracted by victims’ yelling and pleading before the shooter has been stopped. (Stop the Bleed kits, which include tourniquets and gauze, have been ordered for school resource deputies and other law enforcement officers.) Cpl. Paul DeSousa and Chief Paul Bovino were among the trainers leading the exercise, keeping a close eye on the trainees’ steps and actions. For 20 minutes, as a reporter on assignment, taking photos, I followed deputies as they trained to handle a situation no one wants to face. It was scary: People running

at you, screaming, while “gunshots” ring out. Then Sheriff Rick Staly asked me if I wanted to participate, to play the person responsible for stopping the “shooter” in the next round of training, and it felt like an eternity to get the words out of my mouth: “Yes, why not?” Deputies handed me a fake gun and taught me how to hold it in about 10 seconds. It was my first time doing so. I was given some brief instruction, and then the trainers told me, “Go.” Teenagers started running toward me, crying. Mock gunshots sounded as I walked through the thin hallway, passing classrooms, lunch bags, backpacks and people lying still on the floor. “Check your surroundings, ask for directions, and keep on going with your gun pointing forward,” said the trainer behind me. As I was advancing, people kept begging for help, but I was required to ignore them: The shooter was still out there. When I made it to the room where the shooter was, I peeked in and saw him. Then I dropped to my knees, pointed the gun at him and “fired.” He fell to the floor. “Secure the space and check for other threats,” the trainer told me. I started walking backward, still pointing the gun. I looked around to find the deputies and the civilians who were participating in the training. My hands were shaking, and my heart was racing. It felt too real, and when I got home, 30 minutes

The “shooter” is stopped.

“You train for the worstcase scenario, and you pray that you never have to use it.” Sheriff RICK STALY

later, I was still shaking. This is not the first time this training has been conducted, Staly said. But it was the first time the FCSO has made it so realistic, with obstacles, gunfire and actors playing victims. The goal is for deputies to learn to fight tunnel vision and avoid runaway emotions, and be able to use calm, tactical movements. “The more we practice, the bet-

ter we will get,” a trainer said to deputies. Trainers told deputies to check themselves for bleeding, or for burning sensations. “The community should know that we will not have a Parkland incident where a deputy sheriff did not respond,” Staly said. “You train for the worst-case scenario, and you pray that you never have to use it.”


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Ed Danko files to run for City Council seat

Obituary: Nowell, prominent attorney

Ed Danko, the social media director for the Flagler County Trump Club, has filed to run for the Palm Coast City Council District 1 seat. In a news release, Danko described himself as a lifelong fiscal conservative and said he’d told supporters soon after filing for the race, “I would rather drink antifreeze than raise your taxes.”  Danko, a Navy veteran and U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary officer, retired after forty years as a TV news producer and editor for several major networks because he was “fed up with the one-sided propaganda being peddled by the television networks as news,” according to the release. He also served as a volunteer firefighter for two years when he first retired to North Carolina before relocating to Palm Coast. “I know from my own firsthand experience the importance and value of all our first responders,” he said in the release, “and I will always fully support these amazing people 100%.” Danko had reported no campaign contributions or expenditures as of Aug. 14. The District 1 seat is currently held by Bob Cuff, who was elected in 2016. Cuff had not filed for re-election as of Aug. 14, and no one else has filed for the race. 

Sid Nowell, the attorney and former Flagler County Bar president who served as counsel for the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and for the city of Bunnell, died Aug. 10. He was 69. “He crossed so many barriers that hadn’t been crossed,” said local attorney and former Flagler County sheriff Jim Manfre, who’d hired Nowell as counsel for the Sheriff’s Office and had also served alongside Nowell when their firm represented the city of Bunnell. “He was in inspiration to many attorneys and many members of the black community as well. And his heart for young people … was just so palpable. He is going be sorely missed by his friends, by his family and by a community that was better for having him.” In addition to his service as attorney for the city of Bunnell until 2013 and for the Sheriff’s Office during Manfre’s two terms as sheriff, from 2001 to 2004 and from 2013 to 2016, Nowell established a private practice, served for more than a decade as an arbitrator and mediator, and was a partner in the firm of Nowell, Bayer and Maguire.  He also volunteered his legal services to the NAACP and served on the board of Flagler Chamber, Florida Hospital Flagler, Flagler Education

Foundation and Police Athletic League, coached basketball at Matanzas High School and was a professor at BethuneCookman University. Manfre said Nowell had attended a training camp for new sheriffs with Manfre after Manfre’s election in 2000.  “He interacted with people that might not always have been accepting of his presence there, as an attorney and as a black man,” Manfre said. “He stood out in that crowd, not only because of his height but because of his race. And he handled the looks, the questions, the stares, with such grace. He never rose to anger when people pointed out the fact that he may be different than people around him. He always used it as a teaching moment to create relationships.”

Man flees traffic stop, leading to helicopter search A Bunnell woman, 42, met a man on a dating website. They went out for a late dinner at the Denny’s in Palm Coast. She’d driven them there, but afterward was not feeling well, so she asked him to drive them home — and then things got weird, she later told deputies. At about 2:10 a.m. Aug. 8, a deputy saw the couple’s gray Dodge Charger at the intersection Palm Coast Parkway and Pine Lakes Parkway, and noticed that its tag light was out. The deputy tried to stop the car.

But instead of pulling over, the man fled. His date begged him to stop, but he said he couldn’t because if he did, he’d go to jail, the woman later said to Flagler County Sheriff’s Office deputies.  The car did briefly stop in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church of Bunnell, but then fled again. The deputy, once he realized the vehicle was fleeing, turned off his emergency lights and sirens and followed at a distance as the car sped west. The deputy coordinated with another deputy to have stop sticks placed at CR 205’s intersection with State Road 100. The car hit them, but kept going, turning onto SR 100, then CR 305, “at a high rate of speed,” according to the deputy’s report. The deputies found the car — and the woman, who was standing in front of it with her hands up — on Sherwood Street. She told deputies she hadn’t been driving, and explained how she’d met the man who had been. She said he’d run into the woods after stopping the car, and that he’d been wearing a red T-shirt, basketball shorts and a pair of red and white sandals. Deputies found the sandals still in the car, on the driver’s side floor board. Deputies called out a helicopter, Volusia County Air One, to search for the man, but the helicopter was not able to find him.

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A fundraiser Aug. 10 raised more than $30,000. JONATHAN SIMMONS NEWS EDITOR

Teens-in-Flight has been seeing rising student pass rates and 80%-85% completion rates from its young pilots, and is aiming for 90% completion rates,  Lehman told attendees at the Hangar Party. Meanwhile, flight hours have increased: The organization has solo’ed five pilots and issued three licenses to students through July of this year, while its costs have decreased about 30%. It is now using three planes — it owns a Cessna 150, has purchased a Piper Archer,  and is  leasing  a Cessna 172 — and has moved into new offices at the county airport. It costs about $7,700 for Teens-in-Flight to train students through their license, Lehman said, while the out-of-pocket cost on the regular market would be between $12,000 and $14,000.  The Aug. 10 event, which featured dinners for $59 per person (or $99 per couple), plus raffles and dancing, raised about $30,703, surpassing the total from the previous year. Email jonathan@palmcoastobserver.com.

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Feeding Flagler County: Who are the 3,200? Grace Community Food Pantry, on Education Way, accepts donations — even small ones.

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husband died seven years On my short tour, Becky ago. “I would get up in the Bergeron led me to the back morning and think, ‘Oh no, of the warehouse to introI woke up,’” Leven said. But duce me to another volthen, she said, “I prayed that unteer: Grace Leven, team God would give me a reason leader, who had a clipboard to get up in the morning.” in her hands. The food pantry became No, Leven assured me, the that reason. “It just fills my food pantry was not named life,” she said. after her. She was just a volunteer. A member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Leven said her goal was simple: “serving the Lord.” Leven said she’d had “a very blessed life” and didn’t want any attention, but Bergeron told on her, saying that Leven wasn’t just any volunteer; she put in 25-30 hours every week. Photo by Brian McMillan Why? I asked. Grace Leven and Becky Bergeron are Leven then extwo of the saintly volunteers who make plained that her the Grace Community Food Pantry tick.

the 3,800 families sometimes get meat and produce only — nothing for their own pantry shelves, like boxes of pasta or cans of tuna. Monetary donations to the food pantry are the most effective way to help feed families, because Silano can buy food for 18 cents per pound, whereas the best deal I might find is 50 cents per pound at

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The Flagler County School Board is considering using a citizen committee and the assistance of the Florida School Board Association to search for a replacement for Superintendent James Tager, who will be retiring next June. In a workshop Aug. 6, the board decided not to make any firm decisions, because it was missing two of its five members — Trevor Tucker and Janet McDonald. But board members did come to a consensus to have district attorney Kristy Gavin draft a document to secure the FSBA’s assistance with the search, rather than relying on staff to manage it.

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On April 30, Civil Clerk Ashlie Hicks saw smoke coming from a home. She called 911 and ran to the back of the house to alert the people inside and help bring them and their animals to safety. Hicks receives the Life Saving Award as well as the April Employee of the Month award.

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Communications Specialist Danielle Brown On June 2, Communications Specialist Danielle Brown answered a 911 call for a suicide and attempted murder. Danielle kept the victim calm and talking until helped arrived. Her questions gave deputies information to keep them safe and the victim conscious and talking. All Employees of the Month were gifted plaques from Family KIA of St. Augustine as well as a $250.00 donation in their name to FSEAT, the Flagler Sheriff’s Employee Assistance Trust fund.

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Jon Welker, Sgt. James Miley, Cpl. Daniel Parthemore, Dep. Dedorius Varnes On May 2, deputies responded to a home after the Veterans Crisis Line reported that they were speaking to a man who wished to end his life. Deputies entered the home and located the man unresponsive in his garage, with his vehicle running. He was taken to the hospital and was expected to make a full recovery. CERTIFICATE OF COMMENDATION — Cpl. Ron

Mello, Dep. Marcus Dawson, Dep. Robert Lentino, Dep. Michael Lane On April 23, a call was received about a juvenile armed with a handgun and in a dispute with a family member. Deputies set a perimeter and told the juvenile to drop the firearm. CERTIFICATE OF COMMENDATION — Jo-Ann

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Supervisor Jay Aldridge In August of 2011, Communications Director Christina Mortimer began to choke while on shift in dispatch. She was losing color due to lack of oxygen. Communications Supervisor Jay Aldridge immediately ran to her and performed the Heimlich maneuver until the item was dislodged. Mortimer was four months pregnant at the time, and went on to make a full recovery and deliver a healthy baby.

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The Flagler Humane Society had a record number of adoptions this past year — 1,985 — and is expecting a new record this year. With more and more animals passing through, staff is looking for new options to help keep the shelter pets — and other animals in the community —  safe during hurricanes. The FHS is working to secure a  Federal Emergency Management Agency grant to add a generator and storm shutters and perform other facility hardening, Flagler Humane Society Executive Director Amy Carotenuto told about 60 attendees at the shelter’s “Town Howl” event Aug. 9.  But the grant is a matching grant, with FEMA covering 75% of the cost and the shelter picking up the remaining 25% — estimated at $56,000. It will need to raise that money, Carotenuto said.  Palm Coast City Councilman Bob Cuff, one of the dozen or so local officials to attend the event, urged the Palm Coast City Council during its Aug. 13 workshop to support the FHS’s efforts. There is a persistent problem, Cuff said, of people having trouble finding a place to take their pets during a hurricane, and therefore deciding to stay home with them rather than evacuate. The shelter’s proposed hardening project would allow it to take in a

certain number of pets for people in such situations. “It struck me  as a very worthy project,” Cuff said. “If we want to ensure that our animals are protected, as we would all like ... I would urge everybody to keep an eye out for what can be done to help the shelter get their generator in place and also get their storm shutters and other improvements that they’re looking for with their grant. ... I know we have a contract for them to serve as the city’s animal shelter, so if there’s any opportunity for the city to partner with them, I think that would be a good idea as well.” In other efforts to aid animals, Carotenuto said, the shelter supported the city of Bunnell’s passage this year of an anti-tethering ordinance — prohibiting people from leaving dogs tied outside — and is hoping that the city of Palm Coast and Flagler County will follow with similar ordinances this

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Florida Rep. Paul Renner and Flagler County Attorney Al Hadeed were both honored at the Town Howl for their efforts to support animals. Renner played a vital role in the passage of legislation during the past legislative session that ensures that veterinarians can report evidence of animal cruelty to law enforcement officers. The new law follows  a case in which a man brought a dead puppy to a Miami-area veterinarian for cremation, the veterinarian reported the case to law enforcement as a possible animal abuse incident, and courts were divided

over whether the vet had had the right to report it, said Jennifer Hobgood, the ASPCA’s southeast region director of state legislation.  “We came up with a fix, and we talked to lawmakers about it,” she said. “Before we knew it, he [Renner] had ... made sure it was in a committee bill that the judiciary was going to hear, and he saved the day.” The law was part of a larger criminal justice reform package. Also recognized at the Town Howl was Flagler County Attorney Al Hadeed, who has represented Flagler County’s animal control officers when  they’ve had to defend actions they took to protect animals, Carotenuto said.  “Mr.  Hadeed and his staff ... plead our case and keep the animal away from the abuser,” Carotenuto said. “He has helped save lives, make lives better ... and now he’s the one helping us get

that anti-tethering law passed.” And for years, Carotenuto said, Hadeed has worked to make sure that when a judge signs an order to keep an animal from being returned to an abusive home, that order also stipulates that the abuser may not own pets in the future. Hadeed had also defended animal control officers’ actions in a precedent-setting 1997 case involving the closure of a local puppy mill and the seizure of 358 dogs from the facility. The number of animals, due to births, grew to 531, and 410 of those were adopted by community members, Hadeed said.  “Really, our community deserved that award given to me today, along with Amy and her dedicated crew also being deserving,” he wrote in an email after the event. “Without them, as you can see, none of these heroic measures would have been possible.” FHS HOLDS SUMMER CAMP 

The Flagler Humane Society held its first summer camp for children this summer, with 12 campers about 11-13 years old. Each day, the kids learned about a different animal. One person even brought in a hedgehog to show the children, while others brought in snakes, tortoises and bearded dragons. The kids learned how to groom and bathe pets. “We made handmade cat treats, handmade dog treats, toys for the animals,” Christen Brautigan, FHS veterinary technician and camp counselor. “It was a lot of fun.”

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Dear Editor: I would like to strongly disagree with the letter to the editor last week saying we do not need dress codes! Maybe if the man who wrote the article saw what some of the students wore last year in some of the schools he would change his mind. Maybe he should speak to some of the teachers that were appalled over some of the girls’ “ outfits.” Then maybe he would see why we need dress codes!

Dear Editor: Can anyone in City Hall tell me, and the folks that live in Matanzas Woods, why you issued a permit to Dollar General to build on Matanzas Woods Parkway? We don’t want a junk store here! This is an upscale community, not the ghetto. We don’t want the litter, we don’t want bright lights, all night long. The thing of it is, there is too much traffic on the road now. Add the senior development with more cars, and now the houses being built north of Matanzas Woods Parkway will bring more chaos to our streets.

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country providing free Narcan. As of July 2019, he has visited five states in the previous 23 months and taught 118 twohour classes. “If you are concerned about the skyrocketing rate of opioid overdose deaths, you can do something,” he said. “Carry Narcan.” Pre-register for the training by calling 954-859-4696. Find the 2nd Annual Overdose Awareness Candlelight Vigil on Facebook. Post photos of your loved ones on the Flagler Countywide Opioid Task Force Facebook page so their names can be read during the vigil.

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“We’ve got to condition more, get more in shape. We’ve got to come together as a team and get ready to play, to be ready for the season.” DEMONTRE NEELY, senior quarterback

The Pirates' Demontre Neely works on his technique during practice.

Senior signal caller Demontre Neely has stepped up as a leader for the Pirates.

Mathews wants his practices to be as hard as possible so gameday will seem easier. “I want them to understand that they’re being coached, not criticized,” he said. “Sometimes they just take it as criticism when we’re really just coaching them. You want to play with a chip on your shoulder, but you don’t want to have a bad attitude toward your coaches because we’re just trying to do what’s necessary in order to win.” He added: “We all want to win, but not everybody is willing to do what’s necessary to win. That’s what we’re trying to show them.” The o f fe n sive line is still expected to be the strength of the team, although there are “a few bugs that need to be worked out.” The unit returns most of its starters, except for former team captain Seaton Waldhauer, who now plays at Division I program Savannah State. But of all the players, on both offense and defense, the one to emerge as a leader has been Neely, who is in his last season of high school football.  He hasn’t missed a practice all summer. But on Monday, Neely could hardly walk, let alone run. He suffered a cramp in his left leg near the beginning of practice, but he couldn’t let that stop him.

He hobbled from sideline to sideline in an attempt to complete the drill in time. “Everybody is looking up to me, especially the young guys,” SEE PIRATES PAGE 14

THE PIRATES’ 2019 SCHEDULE 8/16 @ Wolfson, 7 p.m. (Preseason) 8/23 @ Flagler Palm Coast, 7 p.m. 8/30 @ Seabreeze, 7 p.m. 9/6 Middleburg, 7 p.m. 9/13 BYE 9/20 Atlantic, 7 p.m. 9/27 Ponte Vedra, 7 p.m. 10/4 @ Lake Howell, 7 p.m. 10/11 @ St. Augustine, 7 p.m. 10/18 Lyman, 7 p.m. (Homecoming) 10/25 Englewood, 7 p.m. (Senior Night) 11/1 Pedro Menendez, 7 p.m.

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Neely said. “They’re seeing what I do. If I take my helmet off, they take their helmets off. If I get on my knees, they got on their knees. Knowing that, I can’t quit. I have to finish. If I quit, I know a lot of my teammates are going to quit. I’ve just got to push through the pain and finish.” Mathews said his team, which is coming off a 3-7 season in 2018,

needs more of that kind of attitude. “You always want the quarterback to be the leader of the team,” he said. “Sometimes they are, sometimes they’re not. But Demontre’s stepping up and being that guy. He’s always the first one here and the last one to leave.”

Palm Coaster in Senior British Open Palm Coast resident David Morland IV played in the Senior British Open on July 25-28 in Lytham, United Kingdom. Morland played in a Monday qualifier to earn his way into the event. He made the 36-hole cut and was tied for 24th after two days, but a difficult third day saw him fall back down the leaderboard. After that, Morland qualified for the Senior PGA Championship, but he missed the cut.

Soccer Sparrows win at nationals The Palm Coast Sparrows’ 15-andunder girls soccer team won first place at Challenge Sports 3 v 3 Tour National Championships on July 26-28. The team, coached by Matanzas girls soccer coach Pawel Slusarz, won all four of its games and scored a total of 12 points.

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Eighth-annual ‘Football Sunday’ Palm Coast United Methodist Church is hosting its eighthannual “Football Sunday” from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Aug. 18. Flagler Palm Coast High School and Matanzas High School will have their football teams, bands and cheerleaders present at the church’s 9:30 experience, and Bethune-Cookman University will have its football team and cheerleaders present at the 11 a.m. experience.  The Pirates come together to close out a tough practice.

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The moment of truth came when Greg Davis and Don Madden (pictured together) were planning the second meeting of the Flagler Tiger Bay Club. Both Davis and Madden had been members of Tiger Bay clubs in other cities in the past, and they decided to start one in Flagler County last year. The whole point of the club is to take a civil, nonpartisan approach to learning about political topics — an antidote to the poison of polarization in the country. They wanted to bring in prominent speakers, and the second meeting was to be a debate in October 2018 between the two candidates for U.S. House, District 6: Republican Michael Waltz and Democrat Nancy Soderberg. But the Republican couldn’t make it. Would Davis and Madden — both Republicans themselves — be willing to let Soderberg have the stage to herself? “She got the stage,” said Madden, the Flagler club’s vice president. “At that point, the Democrats on our board understood that we were wearing our Tiger Bay hats, not our Republican hats. … The support we’re getting from across the aisle is wonderful.” The club is celebrating its oneyear anniversary with a wine tasting 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, at the Palm Coast Community Center. Prospective members and members are welcome to attend for $20. Reservations required at www.flaglertigerbayclub.com by Aug. 19. At the event, the slate of speakers for the next several months will be revealed, including some national experts. So far, the club has thrived, with about 87% of the nearly 100 members attending meetings. Membership is $100, plus $350 annually, which includes 10 monthly, one-hour lunch meetings with speakers. “We don’t endorse candidates; we don’t advocate for issues,” Davis said. “If we provide information, people can make up their own minds.”

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Palm Coast band The Ned, after its performance: Ashton Kuehne, Aaron Bowser, Trace George and Josiah Gardella.

DUSTIN’S NEW BEGINNING n When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. n Where: Wadsworth Park, State Road 100, before Flagler bridge n Details: Benefit yard sale and bake sale for Bunnell resident Dustin Pierce. The 25-year-old father of two has a rare disease and needs a liver transplant. To donate items for the sale before Aug. 19, call Donna at 512-9666651. Also donate via GoFundMe.


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CHEERING ON THE COMMUNITY The Flagler Palm Coast Cheerleaders helped spread cheer by getting involved with the recreational youth cheerleaders who attended the Lions Tumbling & Stunts Cheer Camps, which were hosted at the Imagine School at Town Center the weeks of July 15 and July 29. The Bulldogs Cheerleaders were there with hands-on demonstrations to teach and be role models. The FPC cheerleaders present were MacKenzie Gennera, Emma Lee, Destiny Ruiz, Marisa Gonzalez, Carolyn Steger, Alana Oshesky, Sierra Posella, Lexi Wright, Ava Russell, Tiffany Pane, Desiree Ruiz, Ti’Nari Cooks, Freda Floyd, Niya Preeper, Sydney Russell and Breanna Fleischer.

FPC’S i3 TO DESIGN TOWN CENTER The city of Palm Coast is calling on Flagler Palm Coast High School students to help design the future of Town Center. Students in the i3 New Tech Academy will work in teams with community experts to learn about Town Center and its Innovation District. “This is a one-of-a-kind experience for us to engage with the talented youth of our community to shape our future together,” City Manager Matthew Morton said. “Town Center is an important project and happens to be in the backyard of their school. Their ideas will plug directly into the mission to develop this core area into the citizen-centric, smart city that

Flagler Palm Coast Bulldogs Cheerleaders helped the recreational youth cheerleaders who attended the Lions Tumbling & Stunts Cheer Camps.

will carry Palm Coast into the next generation.” “Working with the city collaboratively in a sandbox to be able to come up with a vision where kids can have a voice along with the city is empowering for the entire community, not just the kids,” Flagler Schools Superin-

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The Revolution of Kindness, a student organization at Flagler Palm Coast High School, meet on Wednesday, July 24, to revitalize the Memorial Butterfly Garden in FPC’s courtyard. ROK was started in January 2019, by then-sophomore Chante Miles, whose goal was “to end bullying at FPC and make a kinder campus,” according to a press release. The organization developed quickly with teacher Mike Rinyu, who gave his time and classroom for a group of about 20 kids to meet each week. Relying on the generosity of parents, the group purchased “Start A Revolution of Kindness” bracelets, that they will continue to sell on campus this fall. Money raised from the bracelets will support club activities, including the upkeep of the Butterfly Garden.  The gardening efforts were a family affair. Both Miles and

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ROK member Gabrielle Jackson brought their families to help out. Terri Schanding, Miles’ mother and a huge supporter of ROK efforts, worked alongside the students, as well as siblings Bobby and Katia from Bunnell Elementary School. Jackson’s dad, Nick Sanitate, who owns Nice Landscaping, brought landscaping equipment and expertise to help out the students. Gabby’s siblings, Jasail, from Buddy Taylor Middle, and Nicholas and Ethan, from Rymfire Elementary, also lent helping hands in the garden. Rinyu worked with the students, as well as his two sons, and FPC SGA Sponsor Evana Frettered and her two daughters.  ROK is open to all FPCHS students in the 2019-20 school year. Meetings will be held on Thursdays in Rinyu’s room from 2:30-4 p.m. 

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Belle Terre Carmelita Yuzon and Maria Yuson, of Jacksonville, sold 112 Persimmon Drive to Christopher and Yvonne Casey, of North Smithfield, Rhode Island, for $159,900. Built in 1989, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,497 square feet.

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Cypress Knoll Robert and Katherine Croucher, of St. Augustine, sold 10 Edgar Lane to Mary and David Kelsey, of Palm Coast, for $248,000. Built in 2004, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 1,935 square feet. Hammock Dunes Florence Halpert. of Philadelphia, sold 5 Madeira Court to Robert Swanson and Cynthia Swanson Revocable Trust for $349,000. Built in 1992, the house has two bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 2,104 square feet. It sold in 1998 for $235,000. Lehigh Woods Lyn Fry, of Lake Stevens, Washington, sold 133 Raintree Circle to Adelaide Ferreira, of Palm Coast, for $210,000. Built in 2006, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,627 square feet. It sold in 2006 for $197,100.

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has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,811 square feet. Layne Peer, of Port St. Lucie, sold 11 Ryapple Lane to Joshua and Monica Burgman, of Palm Coast, for $180,900. Built in 1998, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,263 square feet. It sold in 2017 for $165,900. Matanzas Woods Secretary of Housing and Urban Development sold 25 Lytton Lane to Tara Brown and Brian Crawley, of Palm Coast, for $153,000. Built in 1993, the house has three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,562 square feet. It sold in 2006 for $228,500. Ocean Hammock Anthony and Karen Sakal, individually and as trustees, sold 40 Cinnamon Beach Way to Russell and Mary Adam, of Green Cove Springs, for $570,000. Built in 2014, the house has three bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 2,554 square feet. Ocean Palm Francis and Mary Ann Cummings, of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, sold 257 Ocean Palm Drive to Wil-

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Pine Grove Carl and Emily Boroughs, as representatives, sold 56 Pineland Lane to Alberto Rojas and Lurdes Urbano, of Palm Coast, for $165,000. Built in 1987, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 2002 for $60,000. It sold in 2002 for $60,000.

and 1,670 square feet. It sold in January for $129,900. Frank and Sherril Lagocki, of Palm Coast, sold 18 Wavecrest Place to Cristian and Karen Cortes, of Ontario, Canada, for $176,500. Built in 1987, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,591 square feet. It sold in 2015 for $136,000. Quail Hollow Charles and Donna Palmer, of Mount Juliet, Tennessee, sold 12 Zebu Place to David Hudson, of Palm Coast, for $207,000. Built in 2003, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,908 square feet. It sold in 2018 for $226,800.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2017 CA 000473 DIVISION: 49 CMP COMMERCIAL CONDOMINIUM, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs.

CASE NO.: 2017 CA 000473 DIVISION: 49 CMP COMMERCIAL CONDOMINIUM, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs.

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NOTICE OF SALE – UNIT C211 Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on the July 5, 2019, in CASE NO.: 2017-CA-000473, the undersigned Clerk will sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at Kim C. Hammond Justice Center, 1769 E. Moody Boulevard, Bldg. 1, Bunnell, Florida 32110 on August 23, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the property described below: UNIT NO. C-211, CITY WALK COMMERCIAL CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF AS RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK 1609, PAGE 495, AND ALL EXHIBITS AND AMENDMENTS THEREOF, PUBLIC RECORDS OF FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. PARCEL NUMBER: 07-11-31-1090000C0-2110. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 160 CYPRESS POINT PARKWAY, SUITE C211, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32164.

NOTICE OF SALE – UNIT C212 Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on the July 5, 2019, in CASE NO.: 2017-CA-000473, the undersigned Clerk will sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at Kim C. Hammond Justice Center, 1769 E. Moody Boulevard, Bldg. 1, Bunnell, Florida 32110 on August 23, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., the property described below: UNIT NO. C-212, CITY WALK COMMERCIAL CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF AS RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK 1609, PAGE 495, AND ALL EXHIBITS AND AMENDMENTS THEREOF, PUBLIC RECORDS OF FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. PARCEL NUMBER: 07-11-31-1090000C0-2120. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 160 CYPRESS POINT PARKWAY, SUITE C212, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32164.

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus of the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. DATED this 23rd day of July, 2019. TOM BEXLEY Clerk of the Court

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus of the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. DATED this 23rd day of July, 2019. TOM BEXLEY Clerk of the Court

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Building Customers For Life!

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PAINTING Licensed/Insured

Francis Mosher

386-344-9113

314238

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Titanium Painters Neils Christensen

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314163

WE PAINT HOUSES, POOL DECKS, DRIVEWAYS & DOCKS

FLORIDA, INC.

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Pool & Patio Specialists

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Of Flagler County

314168

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PLUMBING

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314444

Licensed • Insured Master Plumber CFC1426001

• RV & BOAT TOO!

Roof Leaking?

2 Generations Family Owned & Operated

313010

Fast, Reliable Service

• State Certified Roofing & State Certified General Contracting. • Pres. Brian Mullen building locally in Flagler County since 1976 • Licensed, Bonded & Insured 313014

TERRY’S PLUMBING

313154

SELF STORAGE

"Quality You Can Count On"

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