Second Cumberland Farms comes to Port Orange

Also in Your Town: Volusia County getting a baseball field for residents with special needs.

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  • | 10:52 a.m. September 29, 2017
The new Cumberland Farms, 3567 South Nova Road. Photo courtesy of Kel and Partners
The new Cumberland Farms, 3567 South Nova Road. Photo courtesy of Kel and Partners
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The latest Cumberland Farms officially opened on Friday, Sept. 29 in Port Orange at 3567 South Nova Road. 

The "next generation" store will have a 24-hour schedule and has been designed with restaurants in addition to a high-top bar counter, 17 parking paces and 10 fueling stations. 

The 4,995-square-foot store is the second in the Cumberland Farms line. Port Orange's first Cumberland Farms, located at 3803 Clyde Morris Blvd., had its ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Sept. 6 and has been giving 10 cents from every dispensed beverage purchased at the new location to Atlantic High School.

“Every time we open a new store or remodel a store we do a fundraiser for a nonprofit or school,” Bryan Pierce, Cumberland Farms marketing associate, said. “We want to give back to the local community and it really is on a local level.”

Volusia County gets baseball field for children, young adults with disabilities 

A new baseball field is coming to Volusia County. 

However, this field is giving residents with special needs a place designed specifically for them. 

On Friday, Sept. 29, the Miracle League of Volusia County officially broke ground and began phase 1 for the rubberized non-latex surfaced baseball field off of Turnbull Bay Road in New Smyrna Beach. 

According to the non-profit's website, the field will be for the more than 13,000 school-aged children with "varying exceptionalities in Volusia and Flagler counties."

The property was provided by the city of New Smyrna Beach. 

The Community Trust was also able to give $10,000 to the Miracle League of Volusia County several years ago. The money is going toward the construction of the new baseball field. 


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