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FLAGLER SHORE: FROM PAVEMENT TO PEOPLE

Flagler Shore: From pavement to people is first step in implementing what the experts have recommended for our downtown and waterfront area for improving public life.

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MANDEL PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS FOR JANUARY 2018

Check out the FREE kids offerings when school is out the first week of January including a Slime Lab and Art Party; Plus a FREE chamber music concert by the Con Brio String Quartet; And an orientation for the brand new Career Online High School program – more details to be announced!

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REMEMBER THE VICTIMS OF THE TRAGIC HURRICANE OF 1928
The great storm caused at least 2, 500 area deaths.
The City of West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency in partnership with the Storm of ’28 Memorial Park Coalition will host a community memorial event to remember the victims who lost their lives to Florida’s infamous and tragic Hurricane of 1928.  The great storm made landfall in Palm Beach County on September 16, 1928 and caused at least 2,500 area deaths, most of which were migrant, black farm workers who did not receive proper burials at the time.  The burial site in West Palm Beach recognizes the African American victims of the storm who were laid in a mass gravesite at 25th Street and Tamarind Avenue, and is the final resting place for 674 victims.  The site was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2002 and a state historical marker was added in 2003 during the 75th anniversary of the hurricane.