Events

Save Duval Sports Fundraisers: Keep Lax in Jax

High schools will be kicking off October with fundraisers to save their sports programs.

Lighthouse Lacrosse will be hosting its First Annual Keep Lax in Jax Benefit Dinner to help save lacrosse. The event will begin with a Silent Auction that starts at 6 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. The cost is $50 per person. For more information or to RSVP by Oct. 1, please visit www.LighthouseLacrosse.org.

Swaim Methodist celebrates 125 Years

Swaim Methodist celebrates 125 Years

Nothing planned for tomorrow?  Looking for an activity?  Come to Elizabeth Swaim Memorial United Methodist Church in San Marco.  In honor of our anniversary, there will be something for everyone!

Local Author Debra Webb Rogers Holds Book Signing!

Local author Debra Webb Rogers will be holding a meet and greet at Elizabeth Swaim Memorial United Methodist Church in San Marco, this Saturday, September 24, 2011, at 11AM. 

ACE HARDWARE TO BE ANNOUNCED AS OFFICIAL NATIONAL SPONSOR FOR CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK CHAMPIONS P

ACE HARDWARE TO BE ANNOUNCED AS OFFICIAL NATIONAL SPONSOR FOR CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK CHAMPIONS P

Haley Richardson, 10-year old Wolfson Children’s Hospital patient

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals will officially announce that Ace Hardware is the sponsor for the 2011 Champions Program.  In conjunction with its title sponsorship of this year’s Champions Program, Ace Hardware, in partnership with our vendor partner, Procter & Gamble, will conduct an in-store product promotion and icon campaign fundraiser to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Brooks Rehabilitation Offers Free Health Fair - “Keeping a Safe and Active Lifestyle in your Home”

Brooks Rehabilitation Offers Free Health Fair - “Keeping a Safe and Active Lifestyle in your Home”

Brooks Rehabilitation will join the nation in recognizing September 23rd, the first day of Fall, as Falls Prevention Awareness Day.   Each year, one in every three adults age 65 and older falls. Falls remain the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injury for older Americans. According to data from the State of Florida and the Florida Department of Health/Office of Injury Prevention, Floridians aged 65 and older account for more than 150,000 hospital treated injuries from falls with medical charges exceeding $2.5 billion dollars.

TODAY: YMCA Offers Week of Free Type 2 Diabetes Screening

TODAY: YMCA Offers Week of Free Type 2 Diabetes Screening

One in three people in America are at risk for type 2 diabetes. That's more than 79 million people, according to the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes is the gateway to many additional health complications including, heart disease, nerve disease, kidney disease, stroke, blindness and more. Because diabetes is a silent and progressive disease, 50 percent of those at high risk do not realize it.

Type 2 diabetes is preventable if you make a change before it's too late, but there's no turning back once you receive a diagnosis.

YMCA Offers Week of Free Type 2 Diabetes Screening

YMCA Offers Week of Free Type 2 Diabetes Screening

One in three people in America are at risk for type 2 diabetes. That's more than 79 million people, according to the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes is the gateway to many additional health complications including, heart disease, nerve disease, kidney disease, stroke, blindness and more. Because diabetes is a silent and progressive disease, 50 percent of those at high risk do not realize it.

Type 2 diabetes is preventable if you make a change before it's too late, but there's no turning back once you receive a diagnosis.

The YMCA is doing everything possible to raise awareness for the startling reality of our country's diabetes epidemic. Locally, the Y has planned a week of free screenings, September 19 through 22, open to everyone in the community to learn their risk.