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NSB goes ‘social’ April 1
The City of New Smyrna Beach will launch its social media presence April 1 with Facebook and Twitter pages. The pages are another tool to help the City inform the public of programs, projects and initiatives, according to Pam Brangaccio, city manager.
“Over the past two years, we’ve made a concerted effort to [...]
Arts on Douglas – Interiors and Exteriors – On exhibit: April 4 -25
Interiors and Exteriors
On exhibit: April 4 -25, 2015
Opening reception: Saturday, April 4, 4—7pm
New Smyrna Beach, FL —Arts on Douglas announces the opening of Interiors and Exteriors, a solo exhibition by Orlando-based artist, Larry Moore. The exhibition will be on view April 4—25, 2015 with an opening reception on Saturday, April 4, 4-7pm, and an Artists Talk on Friday, [...]
SENATOR HUKILL AWARDED DESJARDINS FINANCIAL EDUCATION AWARD
CREDIT UNION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES SENATOR HUKILL’S WORK ON PERSONAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION FOR FLORIDIANS
TALLAHASSEE – Senator Dorothy L. Hukill (R-Port Orange), was recognized by the Credit Union National Association with the Desjardins Financial Education Award for State Government Policymakers. The award is given to government policymakers at the state level who have shown leadership in promoting [...]
Mayor’s Challengers log record-setting losses
Seventy feet and 1,400 pounds. That’s the total inches and pounds lost by the 2015 New Smyrna Beach Mayor’s Fitness Challenge participants. It’s the most lost during the program’s five-year history, according to Liz Yancey, New Smyrna Beach events manager.
Two New Smyrna Beach residents not only improved their health, but they also earned $1,000 each for [...]
MARINE DISCOVERY CENTER OPEN HOUSE – April 11
WHAT: MARINE DISCOVERY CENTER OPEN HOUSE
WHEN: Saturday, April 11 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
A day to celebrate Floridas coastal ecosystems with family and friends. This is an opportunity for the Marine Discovery Center to give back to the community which helps support it throughout the year. There will be free activities for kids and adults.