Friends, this is the oldest civic organization in Jacksonville. The Club truly makes a difference in the lives of many of our citizens during the year. Come join us! It’s the best networking decision you’ll make this year and more importantly, you will make a difference as we build a better Jacksonville.
We meet every Wednesday at noon at Fago De Chao. We have fantastic food, speakers, and a few raffles every week. See you there!”
Easy Edit Video President David Zuckerman joined a group of distinguished media professionals for both a student luncheon and panel discussion at the University of North Florida’s Media Days.
The UNF luncheon sparked a spirited a roundtable conversation with digital communications majors who sought career advise and discussed the future of television and video.
Then the panel discussion which was held in the UNF TV studio gave students the opportunity to ask question and gain additional insight. Topics ranged from content development, shooting and editing to job opportunities and tips for success in the industry. Besides Zuckerman, the Digital Video Production panel included Karen Phillips, Mission Driven Studios; Mike Madden, Fanatics; and Tristan Morhaus, Gemstone Media.
Saturday’s event at Edward Waters College was designed to recognize the vital role of caregivers in our society and our community and to acknowledge the struggles caregivers face and to provide them with information and resources they need to help them care for a sick or elderly family member.
Now more than ever, hospice is critical when it comes to creating a high-quality system of family member care.
The caregivers were recognized for providing comfort to those in distress, honor and dignity to those who are vulnerable and courage for those who are nearing end of life.
The free conference featured top-tier educational content, networking opportunities, and solution partners.
Event Topics included Caring for the Caregiver, Preventing Alzheimer’s with Cognitive Training, ACTS2 Faith-based Caregiver Skills, and COVID-19 Now, the Community and Community Initiatives.
Jacksonville sculptor Diane LaFond hosted the Searching For Identity Foundation for an educational workshop focusing on her most recent project entitled “Holocaust—The Dehumanization of Man.”
Easy Edit Video captured foundation members touring LaFond’s gallery and then recorded the emotional roundtable discussion. LaFond’s cold-cast bronze statutes present a raw and painful look at the brutality of man and were the centerpiece of a recent UNF gallery exhibit.
Meanwhile, the Searching for Identity Foundation provides educational support and academic research opportunities for individuals whose parents were WWII Holocaust survivors.