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Four Ponte Vedra Beach residents were among more than 5,500 University of Mississippi graduates who received their academic degrees in May at the university's 166th Commencement. Evan Hile earned a Bachelor of Business Administration; Emma McCabe earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism; William Egnezzo earned a Bachelor of Science; and Danielle Willette earned a Bachelor of Business Administration. more
After honoring hard-working, dedicated, loving mothers in the month of May, it’s only fair to do the same to the hard-working, dedicated, loving fathers who sometimes aren’t given enough credit. To all the dads out there who are not only working hard paying the bills, but providing a brighter future for both their sons and daughters, this one’s for you. more
St. Johns County’s “Art in Public Spaces” program is excited to host “Florida Native Birds and Plants x Four,” and exhibit by local artist Manila Clough from June 4 through Sept. 19 at the County Administration Building in St. Augustine. more
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation awarded a grant of more than $16,000 to Angelwood, Inc. for the purchase and installation of additional fire safety equipment to help protect the lives of individuals living with developmental differences and the staff that serve them. An automatic fire sprinkler system was installed at Angelwood’s residential group home in the Beaches area this spring. more
The Beaches Community Fund, an initiative of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, will distribute more than $280,000 this year to local Beaches-area nonprofits to improve the lives of their fellow citizens who may be struggling. After just four years of grantmaking, the Beaches Community Fund has invested more than $988,000 in Beaches-area organizations that seek solutions on behalf of those who need assistance. more
Ponte Vedra resident Andrea Anthony has recently been elected to serve on the Board of Directors at the Betty Griffin Center. Anthony has nearly 30 years of experience in public accounting and has served as a director and treasurer for several nonprofit boards. more
The Boy Scouts of America All-Girls Troop 291 attended their first Court of Honor on the evening of May 23 in Ponte Vedra United Methodist Church. more
During cookie season, Girl Scouts learn to make decisions, manage money, demonstrate confidence, use ethics and make goals while selling Girl Scout Cookies. This season, the girls of Troop 1027 decided to donate the profits from the cookie sale to the Kate Amato Foundation to support pediatric cancer research. They called their project “Cookies for Kate.” more
Jeremiah Blocker is the new executive director the Association of Service Dog Providers for Military Veterans (ASDPMV). more
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