An article in the Boca Raton Observer shared how Palm Health Foundation and partners (as well as other nonprofit organizations) have helped residents through the pandemic.
Chasing rabbits, daily workout, late nights and early mornings playing childhood football is where it all began. Growing up in a very small town called South Bay, Florida, can be very challenging. Known for its one way in and one way out entry into the city, South Bay taught me how to face adversity head on. I had the “will.” I had to find a “way.”
Mrs. Veronica Bowleg lost her beloved son, Ervin, during the COVID-19 pandemic. While he did not die of coronavirus, she wants to let her community know to take care of themselves so they don’t suffer the loss of loved one as she has.
Delray Beach native Charlene Farrington is on a mission to share the history of Palm Beach County’s Black communities with residents young and old. As the executive director of the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum in Delray Beach, she oversees programming that seeks not only to present this information in an effective manner, but to preserve it for future generations and use it as a teaching tool to promote understanding, equity, and unity.
The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum in Delray Beach is set to open a
virtual gallery exhibit on Wednesday, June 3, to share the community’s
experience during the crisis.
Along with the stories, the museum will also feature musings, thoughts,
prayers and other recollections in the virtual gallery at spadymuseum.com.