Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Community Notebook; Glynlea Park Group Elects Officers, Makes Donation, Holds Social

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Community Notebook; Glynlea Park Group Elects Officers, Makes Donation, Holds Social

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Byline: SANDY STRICKLAND

Kathy Wicklund is the new president of the Glynlea Park Neighborhood Association. Other new officers are Joel Clark, vice president; Bud Emerson, treasurer; and Jacalynn Siepert, recording secretary. Carl Robbins, Joyce Baker, Ralph C. Wicklund Jr., Brenda Harris and Larry Bragg make up the board of directors.

After the election, members enjoyed a feast at their annual social. The association also gave a $150 donation to Holiday Hill Baptist Church for use of its meeting hall, a news release said. Guests included Councilman Don Redman and Rosemary Wesolowski of the city's Neighborhood Services Division.

ART FEST '09 AT UNF

Faculty and student artwork, a silent auction, food, live music, a raffle, sidewalk chalk competition, interactive games and art workshops. That's what visitors can expect at Art Fest '09 from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday at the University of North Florida. The Art & Design Department is hosting the event, which is open to the public, at the Art Quad behind the Fine Arts Center, Building 45, at 4567 St. Johns Bluff Road.

Proceeds will benefit the Osprey Design Club, Photo Club and Potters, Printers and Sculpture guilds. For more information, call 620-4037.

FOR TEENS AT THE LIBRARY

If you didn't make the American Idol auditions, don't worry. You can enjoy some American Idol Karaoke action at the Teen Anime Club meeting from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the Southeast branch library, 10599 Deerwood Park Blvd.

From 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, teens can beat the weeknight boredom with GameCube, board games, free computer time and more at the Southeast branch.

LAKEWOOD SPIRIT

Lakewood Presbyterian Church has launched a free support group to assist the under- and unemployed. The group, called SPiRiT (Spirituality Professionalism Resiliency Training) meets from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays at the church, 2001 University Boulevard W.

"With unemployment topping 7 percent in December - the highest level in almost two decades - we felt the need to respond in a tangible way to help those in our community who are seeking employment," Terry Lucarelli, the church's senior pastor, said in a news release. …

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