The fifth annual commemoration of the largest mass arrest of Rabbis in U.S. history, an event that took place in St. Augustine in June 1964, will be held une 19 at 12:30 p.m. at the historic Columbia Restaurant, 98 St. George St. The 60-minute event will include the reading of the letter written by the rabbis from the Flagler County Jail. All are welcome; no advance arrangements are necessary, and a discussion will follow this event. A luncheon available from Columbia Restaurant menu. Call 914-4460 for reserve a spot, or 819-6365 for best directions.
The Wildflower Clinic, 268 Herbert St., will provide dental extractions, X-rays and exams on Wednesday at 9 a.m. Medical clinics are held on Thursdays at 4 p.m. and Saturdays at 8 a.m. For more information on these and other services, call 829-1962.
• New Mount Moriah Christian Ministries extends an invitation to a powerful, inspiring revival June 14-16. Bishop Phillip King, Pastor of New Found Favor Ministries in Hastings, will bring the word under apostolic anointing. New Mount Moriah Christian Ministries is located at 676 Christopher St. Ronald Stafford is senior pastor. The public is cordially invited to come out and share in the nightly service.
• The Serenity South Weekly Support Group meeting, held every Friday from 11 a.m. to noon, is now located at Shiloh Baptist Church, 271 W. King St. The group’s mission is to create peace, serenity, joy and, most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. Serenity South guarantees lots of fun and fellowship. Pastors Anthony and Carol Britton are the founders of Serenity Christian Ministries and Serenity South.
• Grown Folks Friday Night continues June 16 and every Friday, so come out to enjoy music with a live DJ, food and socializing, all without a cover charge — just grown folks chilling out, relaxing from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Come see for yourself, every Friday night. Call 829-8189 for information on this and other events. American Legion Post No. 194 is at 1029 West Pearl Street.
• The NAACP will conduct a workshop to assist ex-offenders with the restoration of their civil rights on June 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Cyprian’s Mission House, 130 MLK Dr. At this free event, ex-offenders will get personal assistance from volunteers to help them apply to have their civil rights reinstated. If it has been at least 5-7 years since you finished your sentences (depending on your offenses), this workshop is for you. You also need to have been arrest-free during this time period. Volunteers will help determine whether your offense qualifies for the 5- year or 7-year waiting period, and they will help you with a clemency application.
• Westaff will host an open house event on June 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For those seeking either full- or part-time employment, Westaff has positions available to match each individuals’ qualifications. For those interested, applications are to be completed online at apply.westaff.com prior to the open house event. For additional information, contact Sabrina Dailey at 824-9794.
• The Richard J. Murray High School Bulldogs Golden Jubilee Celebration (1955-2017) will be held from July 13-16 at World Golf Village. Once again, the Bulldogs will meet, greet and celebrate the legacies of their alma mater, the brightest gem in the southlands crown, dear old Murray High School. Scheduled activities include registration/hospitality, a seafood cookout, banquet/dance and memorial breakfast. The cost for the entire weekend is $150 per person. For information, call Dianne Chase, 823-6488; Essie Bush, 806-1248, or Gerald Eubanks, 794-1544.
Events listed in the West Augustine community column are open to all residents of St. Johns County. The deadline to submit information is 7 p.m. on Fridays. To contact Linda Y. Murray, email email@example.com.
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