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Over 600 runners stood up against cancer and attended nonprofit organization, Chemo Noir’s annual 1-mile race and tasting event on June 15 in Jacksonville Beach. more
The Ponte Vedra Recorder recently welcomed Christine Rodenbaugh as its editor. more
If there’s one thing surfers know, it’s that the ocean doesn’t discriminate. Out there, the color of your skin, your religion or, even, where you happen to lie on the autism spectrum — doesn’t matter. The waves and the wind don’t care. The sea won’t judge. Out there, the only thing you are is a surfer. more
District 4’s Commissioner Jeremiah Ray Blocker in May visiting to the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library once a month to meet with citizens by appointment. By traveling to the local library from the County Administration building, Commissioner Blocker makes it easier for citizens to meet with him about concerns and ideas regarding their communities. more
The Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library hosted its very first Teen Craft Hour June 19. Kimberley Hayward, the branch’s youth services assistant, came up with a great first craft idea ― duct tape crafts. Four teens joined Hayward and other branch staff for tunes, snacks, duct tape and, believe it or not, singing. more
Underwood Jeweler presented a check for $9,600 to Ayla's Acres. Fundraising efforts included $6,000 from the Lagos trunk show, $2,000 from Seiko and $1,600 from the raffle of the Lagos donation piece of jewelry. more
In arguably the most famous movie of all time, the most famous line (of said famous movie) encapsulates just how endeared we are to our immediate environments. “There’s no place like home.” more
The Ponte Vedra Recorder launched the Best of the Best of Ponte Vedra contest May 16 in recognition of the newspaper’s 50th anniversary, which will be celebrated in November (#CheersTo50Years). The contest includes ZIP codes 32082 and 32081. Voting is free and open to the public at www.pontevedrarecorder.com/BestOf2019 . more
Flagler Health+ announced the opening of its new primary care and pediatrics office in Palencia. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place Monday, June 10, outside the new offices. Among guests at the event were representatives from the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce, Flagler Health+ President & CEO Jason Barrett, Flagler Health+ VP of Primary and Ambulatory Care Dr. Todd Batenhorst, as well as Dr. Juliana Raymaker and Dr. Meredith Brazell, both of whom will be working in Palencia. more
Routine doctor visits are a vital component of a healthy lifestyle. As noted by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, even men who feel healthy and live active lifestyles must make routine visits to their healthcare providers. Such visits can assess risk for future medical problems and offer men the opportunity to update vaccinations. Routine health checkups also give doctors a chance to screen for medical issues. more
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