New Smyrna Beach
Despite dad's sudden death, New Smyrna Beach's Ray Catheline keeps commitment with Cudas Unhooked fundraiser; raises whopping $7,873
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Just five days before his Cudas Unhooked fundraiser to raise funds for struggling and even homeless New Smyrna Beach High School students and their families, Ray Catheline's father died. But he went ahead with the inaugural one-day event. And with the help of friends and family, he raised a whopping $7,873.
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- "Get in touch with personal technology."
That's the operative line expressed by Volusia County Pat Kuehn, CPRC, community information specialist with Volusia County Government in a press release to Headliner Surfer encouraging adults to explore personal technology with free classes at the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Like millions of Floridians impacted by the wrath of Hurricane Irma, surfer dude Kem McNair hasfelt a range of emotions ending on a happy note this morning.
How or why?
"I have power!" he said.
"I called the Mayor of NSB, Jim Hathaway, one of my lifelong friends last night," McNair explained. "And he called me at 7:45 this morning. I want to thank him for a quick response and for helping me and my neighbors get the power back on this morning first thing! Thanks Jim!"
On August 19th, two Kissimmee police officers were killed in a shootout. Later that weekend, an officer in Volusia County named Charles Geiger got ready for his overnight shift in Edgewater – and thought about what might happen on his shift.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Share your thoughts on foreign policy issues facing the United States the first Friday of every month at the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway. Participants may borrow the Great Decisions 2017 Briefing Book from the Information Desk to prepare for each discussion.
Volusia County Councilwoman Deb Denys' Indiana-based son answers her question: Why were we drawn so close to the solar eclipse?