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June 16, 2014 Proclamations
Week of June 22 Proclaimed Philippine American Week
The Flagler County Commission with members of the Flagler County Philippine American Club of Palm Coast.
Flagler County Commissioners Nate McLaughlin, Barbara Revels, Chairman George Hanns, Vice Chairman Frank Meeker and Commissioner Charles Ericksen Jr. In the front row Board member Fe Batan, President of the Philippine American Club of Palm Coast Teri Zuza, Adviser Beme Mayo and Treasurer Rey Mayo.

The Philippine Community of Flagler County is active in public affairs in Flagler County and desires to have a mutual understanding of other ethnic group. They are a proud group of people who also wish to preserve and maintain their own culture while assimilating traditions of their own homeland, the United States of America.

     There exists between the United States and the Philippine Republic a very special relationship which is due only in part to the fact that the Republic was once a protectorate of the government of the United States of America.

     In June of this year the Philippine Republic celebrates fifty one years of independence and the Philippine American Club of Palm Coast commemorates it’s 21 year anniversary as a n organization in Flagler County.

     The Flagler County Commission Proclaimed the week of June 22 as Philippine Week in Flagler County. The Commission asks that all residents join in extending their good wishes for a joyous celebration of Philippine independence and pay tribute to the Philippine Community for their right heritage.


Accomplishments Of Amateur Radio Volunteers Proclaimed
Flagler County Commission and Sam Carcione with the Flagler County Emergency Communications Association.
Flagler County Commissioners Nate McLaughlin, Barbara Revels, Chairman George Hanns, Sam Carcione, Vice Chairman Frank Meeker and Commissioner Charles Ericksen Jr.

Flagler County has a number of Radio Amateurs who continuously demonstrate their value in public assistance. The Radio Amateurs, affectionately known as “Hams”  have generously and repeatedly donated their energy, effort, time and equipment to provide communications to support local service clubs, serve as weather spotters and assist In communications during disasters and other events in Flagler County.

     The Hams continue to hone their communications skills by operating the 24 hour simulated emergency known as “American Radio Relay League Field Day.

The Flagler County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed the week of June 22 as Amateur Radio Recognition Week in recognition of this important  emergency  preparedness exercise and the volunteers continued assistance in Flagler County in times of disaster.

 


June 30 Declared Social Media Day
The Flagler County Commission with Monica Lao.
Flagler County Commissioners Nate McLaughlin, Barbara Revels, Chairman George Hanns, Monica Lao with Office Divvy, Vice Chairman Frank Meeker and Commissioner Charles Ericksen Jr.

The goal of social media is all about connections and people and it has completely altered the nature of interactions on all levels.

The importance of Social is immense. Social Media Day in Flagler County celebrates the technological advancements that enable us to connectin with real-time information, share ideas and speak and have our voices heard all over the world.

Social media brings together people, businesses, innovators and the community for an opportunity to connect  and bring the global community together. Office Divvy has played a integral role in acknowledging the importance of social media by taking the lead in hosting discussions and events in Flagler County. The Flagler County Commission recognizes the impact of social media and proclaims June 30, Social Media Day.



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