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The Jacksonville Icemen are proud to give back to hard-working teachers across North Florida and South Georgia during Teacher Appreciation Night by providing each teacher with a complimentary ticket to the game this Friday, Feb. 23 at 7:30pm at Veterans Memorial Arena.

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Colliers International Northeast Florida has facilitated two transactions that will allow two national restaurant brands to expand their operations in Northeast Florida.

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North Florida Land Trust is hosting an evening paddle along the Guana River on Feb. 27 to give participants a chance to see the unique landscapes and wildlife that inhabit the area.

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City Rescue Mission Offers Emergency Shelter for Hurricane Irma

Published Thursday, September 7, 2017


City Rescue Mission currently provides shelter for 250 people. We are providing accommodations for 100 additional people at City Rescue Mission's New Life Inn (234 W. State Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202) for those in our community who are seeking shelter from Hurricane Irma. If necessary, we will open our shelter at 12:00 PM on Friday, September 8th and will remain open until conditions are deemed safe. City Rescue Mission will be closely monitoring Hurricane Irma over the next several days and will provide updates on our emergency shelter and services daily. 


About City Rescue Mission

City Rescue Mission has been providing hope, healing and change in Northeast Florida since 1946. In addition to the New Life Inn homeless shelter downtown, the 501 (C)(3) organization offers an 18-month, Christina-based addiction recovery program called LifeBuilders and a Workforce Development Program. The mission is funded by individuals, businesses, foundations and churches, accepting no government money for programming.