Movers & Shakers

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens celebrates 60th

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens celebrates 60th

Over Veterans Day weekend, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens kicked off a yearlong celebration of its 60th anniversary with music, dance, arts, activities, and more. Food and fun, the galleries and gardens were enjoyed by families and friends of all ages. Admission was free thanks to support from VyStar Credit Union and PNC […]

The Iron Legion benefits children in need

The Iron Legion benefits children in need

For the past 16 years, Chase Lawless has donned costumes for charities with several different groups. Recently, he started The Iron Legion, an initiative to provide entertainment and funding for children in need. The Iron Legion is built around Iron Man, a Marvel Comics superhero. Lawless chose this character because he is completely covered, which […]

Wolfson Children’s Hospital announces landmark donation from local family in support of new critical care tower

Wolfson Children’s Hospital announces landmark donation from local family in support of new critical care tower

Wolfson Children’s Hospital of Jacksonville announced it has received a landmark gift from The Borowy Family Foundation toward the new children’s critical care tower, slated to open January 25, 2022. The generous donation will be recognized by establishing the newest addition to the Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital campus: The Borowy Family […]

Episcopal honors Eagle Legend Coach Charlie Hunt, Sr.

Episcopal honors Eagle Legend Coach Charlie Hunt, Sr.

Episcopal School of Jacksonville honored Eagle Legend Coach Charlie Hunt, Sr. during halftime at a recent home football game at Jangro Stadium, recognizing his 40 years of devotion as a track and field coach of the Episcopal Eagles. “I have experienced personally the exceptional impact he has on our Eagle athletes. Episcopal is thankful for […]

Baptist Health to add Heart Rhythm Center

Baptist Health to add Heart Rhythm Center

Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville will house a new Heart Rhythm Center and a team of medical caregivers specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of all heart rhythm disorders. The new center will be part of the Baptist Heart Hospital. “With the population growth in Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida, and the ability to diagnose heart […]

Bestselling author coming to San Marco Square

Bestselling author coming to San Marco Square

Amor Towles, New York Times bestselling author of Rules of Civility and A Gentle-man in Moscow, is coming to Jacksonville on Monday, November 15. He will visit Southside Baptist Church in San Marco Square at 7 p.m. to celebrate his latest work, The Lincoln Highway. San Marco Books and More (SMB&M) will host the event […]

Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association receives two awards

Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association receives two awards

The Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association (JAPA) was one of only 50 chapters across the country to receive for 2020-21 the Citation of Merit Award and one of 49 chapters to receive the Programming Excellence Award. These prestigious awards are granted by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organization to select Alumnae Panhellenic Associations based on their […]

Bolles Hosts Special Tribute for Retired Team Physician Lucie

Bolles Hosts Special Tribute for Retired Team Physician Lucie

Bolles hosted a special pregame ceremony honoring retired team physician Dr. Stephen Lucie for his many years of dedicated service to The Bolles School. The event was held at Skinner-Barco Stadium prior to the Bold City Showcase matchup between Bolles and West Nassau in late-August. Attendees included longtime coach and athletic staff members, faculty, friends […]

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