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Mayor Teresa Jacobs

03/22/2017 Mayor Jacobs Honors The Legacy Of Arnold Palmer And Unveils Expressway Sign
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs honored the legacy of the late golf icon Arnold Palmer at the Arnold Palmer Invitational (API) in Bay Hill on March 11 and recognized the impact of his life’s work as a philanthropist and ambassador of goodwill.
03/16/2017 Orange County Students Attend Mayor Jacobs’ Sixth Annual Youth Leadership Conference
Nearly 250 Orange County Public Schools students from 24 local high schools attended Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs’ sixth annual Youth Leadership Conference (YLC) at Valencia College’s west campus on March 11.
03/15/2017 Pulse Remembrances And Tributes Make Enduring Mark On Orange County
On February 27, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs was honored to join New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and local dignitaries, as well as the New Orleans LGBT Hospitality Alliance and the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp., to celebrate Mardi Gras.
03/08/2017 Sixth Annual Jazz In The Park Recognizes Outstanding Community Organizations
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs hosted the sixth annual Jazz in The Park on March 4 at the majestic Cypress Grove Park. The event brought together hundreds of Orange County citizens to listen to the cool sounds of jazz music and enjoy free entertainment in a family-friendly environment.
03/07/2017 Groundbreaking Celebrates New Steinmetz Hall And Green Room At Acclaimed Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs joined community leaders at the spectacular Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (DPC) on Monday to celebrate the groundbreaking of the DPC’s historic Phase II construction. The announcement ushers in a new era for local performers with the addition of the Steinmetz Hall and the Green Room.
03/03/2017 Dr. John C. Hitt Celebrates 25th Anniversary At The University Of Central Florida
Orange County joined the University of Central Florida and community leaders to celebrate John C. Hitt’s 25th anniversary as the University’s president on March 2.