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PALM COAST, Fla. -- Gov. Rick Scott announced two reappointments to the Flagler County Housing Authority.

 

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Brian Mason hired by Curley Tail Design of Palm Coast, FL / Headline SurferPhoto for Headline Surfer / Brian Mason, shown at left specializes in sales.

PALM COAST – Curley Tail Design, which specializes in advertising and graphic design, has hired account executive and sales trainer Brian Mason.

“Brian has proven his sales talents in Central Florida for over 15 years,” said Kim Fitzgerald, proprietor of Curly Tail Design. “He is a great fit for CTD as the economy picks up and we continue to grow our business."

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Photo for Headline Surfer / Gabriela Uhlar, shown above, has worked in the buildfing and construction field since 1980.
 
By HENRY FREDERICK
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ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – Volusia County natives and brothers Scott and Todd Vanacore, owners of Vanacore Homes, are pleased to welcome Gabriela Uhlar to their sales team.

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PALM COAST, Fla. -- The Flagler Beach Rotary Club is looking forward to welcoming spectators, as well as last-minute parade participant applications this week, for its Holiday at the Beach parade, 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.  As in years past, Santa will parachute onto Flagler Beach at 1pm, hop on a firetruck, and commence the start of the parade. 

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Kelli Mason, new asst manager Palm Coast Chiropractic / Headline Surfer®PALM COAST -- Kelli Mason is the new assistant office manager at Palm Coast Chiropractic Center.

Mason began employment last month and has been in the customer service industry for 20 years. Her duties include checking in patients, answering the phone, scheduling appointments, verifying insurance, and more.

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eShippingUSA open for business in Palm Coast, Fla / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® / Christian Rodriguez, Augustin Rodriguez and Brittany Vitale pose with the banner of their new Palm Coast-based online shipping business, eShippingUSA.

PALM COAST, Fla. – Christian Rodriguez, Augustin Rodriguez and Anthony Caruso are pleased to announce that they have opened a new business that is designed to change the way people manage their shipping. Named eShipperUSA, it’s located near the Flagler County coastline on Old Kings Road in Palm Coast.

“We are excited about launching eShipperUSA in Flagler County,” Christian Rodriguez said. “It’s our goal to provide our clients with a one-stop solution to all of their shipping needs."

The company offers several virtual shipping options for small to midsize businesses. eShipper USA's business model is similar to websites such as Orbitz or Expedia, as its system compares shipping rates from all of the major carriers to quickly find the best valued rate.

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Visiting Angels of Palm CoastMedwin Nazif, president of Alzheimer's Resource Council of Flagler County / Headline Surfer®Photos for Headline Surfer® / Medwin Nazif, shown here, is president of the Alzheimer’s Resource Council of Flagler County and director/co-owner of the Visiting Angels of Palm Coast as shown in this group pose.

PALM COAST -- Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior with symptoms usually developing slowly and worsening over time. 

But there is help. The Alzheimer’s Resource Council is offering a free memory screening at Visiting Angels in Palm Coast from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday. Attendees are asked to make an appointment by calling 386-446-7874. The screening will be held at Visiting Angels in Palm Coast, located at 185 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite No. 5 (across from Walmart).

“Memory screenings are important in detecting Alzheimer’s early,” said Medwin Nazif, president of The Alzheimer’s Resource Council and director/co-owner of Visiting Angels . “The screenings are open to anyone with memory issues.”

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John's Appliance and Bedding owner John Hinton on Mayan cultureJohn's AppliancePhoto for Headline Surfer / The owner of John's Appliance in South Daytona, 949 Beville Road, sees positives behind Mayan calendar fizzle: year-end blow-out.

SOUTH DAYTONA -- John Hinton, the face behind the zany John's Appliance and Bedding TV ads is excited about his latest appliance and blowout sale that starts the day after Christmas, now that the Mayan scare has passed.

Hinton cracked, "The world was supposed to end today, but I guess the Mayans got their dates wrong.

And with the Mayan calendar scare as a backdrop, Hinton is offering what he calls "end of the world bargains."

Normally open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, Hinton and his sales staff will have on-site bedding and cabinet professionals to meet the needs of the customers looking for that specific fit.

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Daytona Beach News-Journal Editor Pat Rice Headline Surfer photo by Henry Frederick / Daytona Beach News-Journal Editor Pat Rice, as shown here in a July 24 debate in New Smyrna Beach, will moderate his newspaper's final primary season debate tonight in Flagler County.

DAYTONA BEACH -- The Daytona Beach News-Journal will hold the final of its four public candidate debates tonight in Palm Coast at Daytona State College's Flagler/Palm Coast campus, Alan Smolen Amphitheater, 3000 Palm Coast Parkway Southeast.

The newspaper's debate session begins at 5:30 p.m. with a public-candidate meet and greet, followed by a debate for Flagler County sheriff between incumbent Don Fleming and fellow Republicans John Pollinger and Ray Stevens and Democrats Karl Tozzi and Jim Manfre, former sheriff.

The series of media debates are a lead-in to early voting that begins Aug. 4-8, followed by the Aug. 14 primary. The News-Journal has promoted its "partnerships" with Daytona State College in three of the debates and Stetson University in DeLand for the fourth, featuring the candidates for Volusia county chair.

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