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    Let's Talk: Celebrating Freedom and Community in Northwest Florida Shuylar Black & Bobby Dewrell

Month: January 2024

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Featured

Who Will Be Crowned Miss Destin 2024?

The Destin Fishing Rodeo, Inc. is seeking the new Miss Destin 2024 which will be announced on April 27. The new Miss Destin will serve as a representative for the city of Destin throughout the year and actively take part in the weigh-ins of the 76th annual Destin Fishing Rodeo in October—one of the biggest fishing tournaments on the Emerald Coast. Interested high school sophomores, and juniors living in the […]

todayJanuary 23, 2024 74

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American Legion Post 235 and Healing Paws for Warriors Partnering for Veterans In Need

A free event is being offered to military veterans in need on January 27 hosted by Rogers-Hinson American Legion Post 235 and Healing Paws for Warriors, Inc. Beginning at 9 a.m. and running until 2 p.m., this special Veteran Outreach Recruiting Event will be held at the American Legion Post 235 located at 105 Hollywood Boulevard NW in Fort Walton Beach. It offers military veterans in need (plus spouses/significant others) […]

todayJanuary 23, 2024 24

General

State Arbor Day in Florida—Planting Hope

Florida Arbor Day was honored on January 19 by a tree-planting ceremony at the Women Veteran Memorial at Veterans Park on Okaloosa Island. The event, hosted by the Destin Garden Club, also celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs and the club's 22nd year. Okaloosa County Commissioner District 2 Carolyn Ketchel presented the Florida Arbor Day proclamation approved by the Okaloosa County Commissioners at their January […]

todayJanuary 21, 2024 26

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Little Adventures Destin-Fort Walton Beach Seeking Beach Scouts

Little Adventures Destin-Fort Walton Beach is seeking part-time Beach Scouts interested in working as a local guide on our beautiful beaches from April through October. Beach Scouts 16 years or older are given an opportunity to learn skills while teaching locals and visitors water-based adventures. You can review the requirements and apply for a Little Adventures Beach Scout position here. Little Adventures offers adventures for the whole family—from children under […]

todayJanuary 17, 2024 71

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OCSD Maintenance Department Wins Free Lunch with 100.3 KROCK Radio’s B-Team

The Okaloosa County School District (OCSD) Maintenance Department enjoyed a free lunch with sister station 100.3 KROCK Radio’s B-Team on January 12 at their facility in Niceville. Robert Dwyer, Maintenance Electrician at OCSD, had submitted the winning entry for the radio station’s “Lunch with the B Team” contest. His entire department was treated to free lunch from McAlister’s Deli. Dwyer thanked the 100.3 KROCK Radio B-Team and McAlister's Deli, “We […]

todayJanuary 15, 2024 24

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2024 Florida Girls State: Empowering Leaders

The American Legion Post 235 Auxiliary (ALA) in Fort Walton Beach invites local female high school juniors attending Choctawhatchee or Fort Walton Beach High Schools to apply for attending the 2024 Florida Girls State being held June 20 to 28 in Tallahassee. Girls State offers a week of hands-on learning focused on responsible citizenship, leadership, and love for God and country held on the campus of Florida State University in […]

todayJanuary 11, 2024 214

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Preventing Human Trafficking: A Close Look at Florida’s Battle and Resources for Victims

A Presidential Proclamation in 2010 designated January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month with January 11 as National Human Trafficking Day. While the United Nations estimates the human trafficking issue affects more than 40 million victims, the Florida Alliance to End Human Trafficking reports that Florida ranks third in the nation for human trafficking crimes with more than 1,800 victims statewide. Okaloosa County is itself a trafficking target […]

todayJanuary 10, 2024 112

Art and Culture

Annual Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest Now Open for Submissions

Local art contest champions patriotism amongst youth, offering exciting scholarship rewards to talented students across the country. The annual Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) of the United States Auxiliary, is welcoming entries from students in grades 9-12. This patriotic art contest, running since 1979, is aimed at promoting American patriotism amongst the younger generation via creative expression. The local chapter at […]

todayJanuary 8, 2024 106

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