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Archives for June 2011

June 11-12: St. Augustine Fun For The Weekend

Saturday: June 11 2011 FOUNTAIN MERCURY KING BUSTER 400 Put your fishing skills to the test in the premiere Southern Kingfish competition of the year – with over $175,000 in cash and prizes! The tournament starts from St. Augustine Municipal Marina, located at Avenida Menendez and the Bridge of Lions. The King Buster 400 is […]

PublishAmerica Present Osteen Three by Deanna F. Miller from St. Augustine, Florida

PublishAmerica is proud to present Osteen Three by Deanna F. Miller from St. Augustine, Florida. For three sisters, learning they have had magic in their family forhundreds of years is not so surprising. Finding out they have a spiritguide, who is also the original male in their family is. They will learnto depend on and […]

What a Difference a Day Makes: MS Service Day on June 11

MS Service Day program unites nearly eighty volunteers for home project completion to people living with MS in Duval, St. Johns, Clay and Okaloosa counties Nearly eighty volunteers and National Multiple Sclerosis Society North Florida Chapter staff will divide into teams and complete projects or provide friendly visitation to people living with multiple sclerosis in […]

James P. Hilton of Hilton Hypnosis Center Offers Two Workshops

An author and the founder of St Johns County’s only licensed hypnosis clinic will be giving a free demonstration and lecture open to all members of the general public. James P. Hilton, founder of the Hilton Hypnosis Center of St. Augustine is booked in to conduct two workshops at the St. Johns County Public Library […]

Ripple Effect Ecotours Offers Summer Kayaking Opportunities

Great summer kayaking opportunities await and locals and repeat customers can call us to makereservations with a 10% discount through the month of June! Our own Danny Lippi, Master Naturalist Instructor and guide who has been with Ripple Effect sinceday 1 has been voted Flagler County Hospitality Hero! Here’s an except from the article in […]

Elon University Senior Gabrielle Dean and St. Augustine Native Awarded Fulbright Grant

Elon University senior Gabrielle Dean has been awarded a Fulbright grant that will fund a year of teaching in Taiwan. Dean was one of three Elon seniors awarded a Fulbright this spring, the largest number of students in university history to receive the honor in the same academic year. For Dean, a media arts & […]

Hon Philip Kapneck Surfing the Wave of Goodwill

During the past years when the recession was starting to take hold and change the American way of life and the American dream, there were those who worked harder and longer each day to help their fellow citizens, keep their heads above water. One of these individuals was Maryland Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck who was […]

New Pet Adoption, Education Program: St. Augustine Humane Society

The St. Augustine Humane Society has launched its newest awareness program to support the non-profit’s mission to prevent pet overpopulation with affordable spay neuter programs and to eliminate the relinquishment of pets to shelters. According to Carolyn Smith, St. Augustine Humane Society’s Operations Director, the organization has launched, “Abandoned to Adored”, an ongoing educational exercise […]