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Florida GovernmentWarwick Valley Dispatch

Mayor Harter: Florida Youth Program Running

Hello Florida, The Florida youth recreation program registration is underway! The program will run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. beginning June 28 through Aug, 6 at the Walter R. Sturr Memorial Park on Bridge St. Children entering first through sixth grade within the Florida School District are eligible to participate. More information and online registration can be found on our website at http://www.villageoffloridany.org. The S.S. Seward Class of 2021 senior car parade is Sat., June 19 at 4 p.m. As they make their way through the Village, please show your support by cheering them on or showing your spartan spirit with orange and blue colors. 2021 was another rough year for students throughout the country as the pandemic lingered on. Remote learning and other rules and regulations from NYS made this year difficult for our students to say the least. As we transition back into normal life we do so with a sense of hope and optimism going forward. The Class of 2021 should move forward with the same sense of optimism as they begin a new chapter in their lives whether it’s continuing on in higher education, joining the workforce or serving our country. The world is full of unlimited potential and it’s yours to pursue, Congratulations, S.S. Seward Class of 2021!
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Florida GovernmentSt. Augustine Record

Unemployment continues to drop in St. Johns County, now second in Florida

St. Johns County's unemployment rate continued to decline from April to May, yet tourism industry employers are still looking for workers. The county's unemployment rate went from 3.4% to 3.2% in that time frame, placing St. Johns County behind Monroe County, which has the state's lowest unemployment rate with 3.1%, according to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
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Do you need to show proof of vaccination when traveling?

ORLANDO, Fla. — The state of Florida is not requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for travel, but that does not mean other states and other countries have not made different decisions. WESH 2 News looked into why you might want to carry your proof of vaccination if you are on the road...
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Highway 22 crash injures Florida woman

MANKATO — A Florida woman was hospitalized following a crash at Madison Avenue and Highway 22 in Mankato late Tuesday afternoon. Nancy Nicole Hasemeier, 21, of New Port Richey, Florida, was taken to the Mankato hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following the 5:39 p.m. crash. Hasemeier, driving a 2007 Ford Focus,...
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