"FLAGLER BEACH — The last First Friday of the year kicked off a weekend of holiday fun and featured a visit from Santa Claus. The monthly event included a holiday edition of "Music in the Park" with local performers Tarnished Halo, Cheryle Correa, Bruce Bryant, local band Unchained and vocal trio Neveah."
“December's First Friday event — set for Dec. 1 — will feature the annual Lighting of Veterans Park ceremony, as well as pictures with Santa for the kids. The event will also feature a musical triple threat with performances by Nevaeh, Tarnished Halo, and Unchained." ”
"On Saturday, downtown DeLand will be home to Martyrs Asylum, Tarnished Halo, the Damned Thing, In-Limbo, Heckfire and Johnny Cakes and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypso. No, it's not the end of the world, or some meet-up of religious cult outcasts — it's the 12th annual DeLand Original Music Festival."
"The walk began at the historic City Hall on Church Street with breakfast and entertainment from local group Tarnished Halo. The band features breast cancer survivor Veronica Scott, who also performed the national anthem to kick off the event."
“If foot speed is more your style, the city of Bunnell's third annual "Going the Extra Mile" Walk Against Breast Cancer is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. today at the historic City Hall on Church Street. Participants are invited to wear their best pink outfits and join the walkers or just come out to cheer them on and listen to the music of Tarnished Halo. Bunnell staff and volunteers will be supporting walkers along the four-mile route. The event is designed to be as accessible to as many people as possible. A donation of $10 per participant is suggested and children under 13, and pets, walk for free. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. For more information about the Bunnell walk visit the city's website, bunnellcity.us. ”
“ Drumming up fun at First Friday From left, Michael, Veronica and Tim Scott of Tarnished Halo play a variety of cover songs throughout the evening Friday. Storm clouds seemed to part just in time Friday night for Flagler Beach's monthly Music in the Park. This month's event featured local family band Tarnished Halo playing a variety of cover songs from the 1950s to today. ”
“The City is proud to announce that our main streets were painted in pink this past Oct. 1st to kick-off the Breast Cancer awareness month in Flagler County. Almost 200 people came to Bunnell to participate in a 4 mile walk, and to help raise funds for breast cancer research and education. Thank you to the sponsors, volunteers and donors who made this event a success: Hayward Brown Insurance, Bank of America - Bunnell, Tarnished Halo Band, Dunkin’ Donuts of E Highway 100, Flagler County Assist REACT, Roger’s Towing, Sizemore Welding/Fitness One, and our amazing City staff. We look forward to seeing you next year!”
“The day was particularly special for Veronica Scott. Lead singer of the band "Tarnished Halo" that performed at the event, Scott is also a cancer survivor. "Cancer's not an easy thing to go through," she said before the walk got under way. Scott said her diagnosis came after putting off her annual mammogram. "That was the year I was diagnosed, on April Fool's Day," she said. She said she was proud to be performing at the event, as participants themselves should be proud of what they are doing. "What you're doing today, not only are you showing amazing support, you're helping an agency that does just that," Scott said. ”