Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Join us on Sunday August 4, 2013 at Oakleaf High School (located at 4035 Plantation Oaks Blvd, 32065) to give back to the community. Elevate Life Church will be having a Back 2 School Block Party open to the public from 5-8 p.m. Admission is FREE with the donation of a backpack or school supplies to help Elevate Life Church in their efforts to Stuff-The-Bus, a program to collect and distribute school supplies to local children and teachers in need. The Block Party will have fun for the entire family including free food, water slides, music, bounce houses, face painting, games, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, and more. School supplies needed are as follows: backpacks, pencils, erasers, blunt scissors, glue, glue sticks, spiral bound notebooks, 1 inch binders, folders w/ pockets, index cards, notebook paper, highlighters, pens, colored pencils, pencil pouches, and composition notebooks. for more information on the block party visit elevatelife.tv/back2school or for information on Stuff-The-Bus visit www.firstcoastnews.com/life/community/stuffthebus.
North Jacksonville has hit a growth spurt. Not only has the River City Marketplace added great shoppping & dining to the area, but it will now be bringing an extensive $27.7 million medical office building. According to Jacksonville.com, UF Health Jacksonville has announced they will be opening a 6-story, 210,000 square foot building that will be located on Max Leggett Pkwy. near River City Marketplace. The first two stories will have a UF Health emergency department, operating rooms, imaging services, labs and women's health services. The remaining four floors will be doctors offices reserved for both UF Health and private area doctors. The ground is already being cleared and construction is estimated to take 18-19 months with an opening in 2015.