Community Spirit

MS Awareness Week and Walk MS Coming this Spring

 

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, North Florida Chapter announced in November open registration for Walk MS 2012, the rallying point of the MS movement. Walk MS takes place every Spring in several locations in the North Florida area. This year, MS Awareness Week will enhance MS awareness during Walk MS season.

Christmas Dinner on The Town

Christmas Dinner on The Town

The Holiday's are approaching rapidly and one thing that everyone loves to do this time of year is eat. Not everyone necessarily loves to cook though. Some are still recovering from the Turkey Day/Black Friday madness.

Fortunately the Florida Times Union and Jacksonville.com has compiled a list of restaurants that will be open and offering Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day Dinner.

Community Leaders Head to "Jail" Wednesday

 

On Wednesday, December 14, 2011 the Country Club of Orange Park and the Muscular Dystrophy Association will hold its Clay County "Executive" Lock-up, between the hours of 9am and 3pm.

News Releae: 2011 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Exceeds Records

News Releae: 2011 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Exceeds Records

 

The number 17 was the charm for Susan G. Komen of Northeast Florida. Their 17th Annual Susan G. Komen North Florida Race for the Cure®, held at the end of October, was one of their greatest yet, in terms of participants and funds raised.

Online Holiday Shopping to Benefit Girls, Inc.

Do your holiday shopping and help local charities at the same time. Uptown Civitan, an internationally recognized Jacksonville civic organization, begins its online auction November 20, 2011 to benefit Angelwood, Inc. and Girls, Inc. of Jacksonville, two well-known North Florida nonprofit organizations. 

A Holiday Gift that Helps Local Kids in Need

A Holiday Gift that Helps Local Kids in Need

Are you still looking for a gift for a special someone on your list? This holiday season, you can honor that special person and help kids in crisis at the same time. 

Daniel is selling commemorative bricks to pave the way for their new Education Center, which will help fill the educational gap for abused, foster and formerly homeless kids. Your engraved brick will become a permanent part of the Daniel Education Center campus, leaving a lasting legacy of love and hope for children in the community for years to come.

Bricks cost $200, which includes an engraved mini brick replica the honoree gets to keep to remember their special gift. Please visit Daniel's website to learn more.