By Eliza Jordan I shook his hand and looked into his eyes. Deep, cloudy colors stared back at me. He smiled a simple smile and showed me how many teeth he had left. None were in the middle of his mouth. I stepped back to get a better…
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Photos by Sarah Williamson and Walter Coker
About 114 people joined hands to form a human peace sign at W.E. Harris Community Center Field in Hastings, this past Friday in celebration of International Day of Peace. The organizer Malea Guiriba, 55, said, “it’s a cool thing, seeing everyone out here in a rural town [like this] … just spreading peace.”
This past weekend, Flagler SIFE worked with the Hastings Youth Academy teaching youth offenders how to cut and weld steel.
This is just one of many vocational training programs we are engaging these young men in at the Academy.