MayDay Memorial Surf Classic shared a post.
3 days ago
Let the FINN begin! 🍔 🍺 🦈Its Wednesday!!! That means Finns is rocking those $5 Burgers all day!
The best deal on the beach..
Finns is the spot. ... See MoreSee Less
MayDay Memorial Surf Classic shared a photo.
7 days ago
Have you seen our adorable toddler tees? Sweet baby Mason approved. 👍🏻💕 #toocute #shopflagler #flaglerbeachtees #futuresurfer #zwaveflaglerbeach ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Baby Mason served as co-host of his first ever Board of Directors meeting this morning, where we presented our donation of $2,200.00 to Halifax Health Foundation from the 2019 MayDay Memorial Surf Classic - In Loving of Dollie Sue Watson 😃
This marks a total of $18,350.00 we have raised and donated to benefit the Cardiology Center, which is used towards research, support, and providing world-class health care in our community! None of this would be possible without each and every person who participates in the MayDay, whether it’s through surfing, sponsorships, volunteering or simply supporting! 💙
A special THANK YOU to our sponsors, Mr. Preston Root, City of Flagler Beach, the team at Halifax Health, and Colleen Conklin ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
That's fantastic! You make Dollie Sue proud.
You are amazing Beautiful woman
🌊💙50 shades of Ocean..💙 ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Congratulations to all of the outstanding young ladies who took part of the #MissFlaglerCounty pageant last night! ❤️ And a special congratulations to the winners & 2019 Queens! 👑 Now go do great things! ... See MoreSee Less
Valerie congratulations 👑🙌🏻❤️
Please note! 🧨💥🚫 Fireworks are prohibited in Flagler Beach!🇺🇸 7.4.19 🇺🇸 - The following information is being disseminated on the 4th of July in an effort to increase public awareness, ensure compliance with our City Ordinance prohibiting fireworks, and prevent a fireworks related tragedy from occurring during this year’s celebration.
Under Flagler Beach City Ordinance 9-17 (b) (1) it is considered unlawful for any person to possess, store, use or explode any fireworks in our City Limits.
The City of Flagler Beach utilizes the State of Florida’s definition of “Fireworks”, under Florida State Statute 791.01 (4) (a), which reads as follows; “Fireworks” means and includes any combustible or explosive composition or substance or combination of substances or, except as hereinafter provided, any article prepared for the purpose of producing a visible or audible effect by combustion, explosion, deflagration, or detonation. The term includes blank cartridges and toy cannons in which explosives are used, the type of balloons which require fire underneath to propel them, firecrackers, torpedoes, skyrockets, roman candles, dago bombs, and any fireworks containing any explosives or flammable compound or any tablets or other device containing any explosive substance.
The only authorized fireworks in Flagler Beach today are the City's authorized, professional presentation; which starts at 9:00 p.m. We'll be watching for violations of the Ordinance listed above, so please heed this warning.
Fireworks present two (2) serious safety concerns for Law Enforcement and Fire Service personnel: 1) Personal Injury, and 2) Fires. If compliance with the City Ordinance is gained, these two (2) concerns can be alleviated. Thank you in advance for your assistance with this concern for public safety and our goal is compliance with our Ordinance.
According to Flagler Beach Police Chief Matt Doughney, fireworks have the potential for “serious personal injury to both users and onlookers. Nobody plans for a fireworks accident to happen, until it goes horribly wrong".
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