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The Links Incorporated presents Covid-19 protection face shields to the AACS

By |2021-01-16T19:21:41+00:00January 16th, 2021|Lastest News|

Anita Jackson, second from the right, of the Daytona Beach, Florida Chapter of The Links Incorporated presents Covid-19 protection face shields to the African American Cultural Society (AACS) on Tuesday, January 5, 2021, at the AACS center.  The face shields will be used by AACS staff and volunteers during voter education and registration drives.  AACS members in [...]

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The Kingdom of Oyotunji

By |2020-12-13T13:46:17+00:00December 13th, 2020|Lastest News|

Jean Tanner The AACS member extraordinaire, Jean Tanner, bought to my attention the village of Oyotunji:  "Oyotunji African village was founded in 1970 in Sheldon, South Carolina by Walter Eugene King. It is a religious and cultural community for African American practitioners of the West Yoruba faith. At its height, the village was home to [...]

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City of Palm Coast Recognizes Passing of Longtime, Civically Involved Resident

By |2020-11-15T00:57:21+00:00November 15th, 2020|Lastest News|

By: Kimberly Norman  - Palm Coast Connect Palm Coast - He was a regular at many Palm Coast City Council meetings and workshops. Sitting in the front, and always adhering to Robert's Rules of Order, Louis McCarthy was a mainstay in city government. "He wanted to be informed," said Jeroline McCarthy, his wife of 53 years. "He didn't [...]

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The Espanola Schoolhouse

By |2020-07-28T00:27:11+00:00July 28th, 2020|Lastest News|

The Espanola Schoolhouse located at 98 Knox Jones Avenue, Bunnell was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 22, 2020. It is Flagler County’s first landmark directly associated with black history to receive national recognition for its historical significance in the areas of Education and Black Ethnic Heritage. WEEKLY LIST OF (National Park Service) [...]

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ROBERT ALLEYNE JULY 24, 1919 – JUNE 29, 2020

By |2020-07-07T00:29:23+00:00July 7th, 2020|Lastest News|

ROBERT ALLEYNE JULY 24, 1919 – JUNE 29, 2020 On July 24, 1919 in Brooklyn New York, a World War II Veteran was born. In the 1900s his parents immigrated from Barbados to New York where he then received a great education and graduated from Steubenmueller Textile High School. He then attended Livingston College in Salisbury, North [...]

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A memorial service for Betty Chapman rescheduled to Saturday, August 29th 2020

By |2020-06-08T02:20:53+00:00June 7th, 2020|Lastest News|

BETTY  JOE  CHAPMAN'S  AFTERLIFE  UPDATE (Purple was Betty's Favorite Color Because She Regarded It as a Royal Color for Queens) The purpose of my message is to update you on Betty's afterlife since she peacefully went home on March 17, 2020. Betty's afterlife desire was to be cremated and then have her ashes distributed over the ocean. Betty's [...]

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The Passing of Kathleen Merritt

By |2020-05-25T02:23:47+00:00May 21st, 2020|Lastest News|

Kathleen Merritt With deepest sorrow we announce the passing of long time member and former financial secretary Kathleen Merritt. I ask that you keep her family and friends in your prayers. Please click here for the obituary                                     [...]

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Passing of Ann Bernard

By |2020-05-17T12:34:14+00:00May 17th, 2020|Lastest News|

With Deep Sorrow We announce the passing of long time member Ann Bernard. We ask that you keep her family in your prayers as we join them in mourning her. Joe Matthews AACS, Inc. President

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