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Chopped, Santa Rosa County version

Chopped, Santa Rosa County version

Taking inspiration from the competitive cooking show “Chopped,” Sodexo is hosting Santa Rosa County School District’s first Chopped Competition. State Rep. Doug Broxson (R-Midway), Sheriff Wendell Hall, and Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick will battle it out in two cooking rounds with mystery [...]

YMCA is a winner

YMCA is a winner

The Y is more than a building and its impact on the community is more than an exercise room. Every year, the YMCA brings together businesses, community groups, and volunteers of all ages to host a unique trick or treat event for special needs kids at the Crowne Plaza Pensacola Grand Hotel. Last [...]

Vote for Sacred Heart Pink Glove Dance

Sacred Heart Children's Hospital needs your help. They produced this Pink Glove Video to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. They need ALL of you to view it and vote for Sacred Heart’s video! If they win Pensacola gets $20,000 for Breast Cancer! You can vote once a day. Please share with all your [...]

ECAT helps homeless veterans

ECAT helps homeless veterans

Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT), the local public transportation system, provides fixed-route service to hundreds of thousands of riders every year. ECAT’s service to the community, however, does not end with providing transportation. ECAT participates in multiple community service projects [...]

Prescription drug pick up locations

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Walgreens, and CVS, in coordination with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will be conducting a drug take-back program with drop off locations throughout Escambia County, Saturday October 26th from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. The “Prescription Drug [...]

DIB reacts to complaints and will close Palafox for Trick or Treat event on Oct. 30

DIB reacts to complaints and will close Palafox for Trick or Treat event on Oct. 30

From DIB: We are planning for this year's Downtown Trick or Treat event and have heard from several sources that closing Palafox Place would be a good idea given the size of the crowd and the fact that we are encouraging lots of small children to come to Downtown Pensacola. We understand [...]

Sacred Heart to Provide Free Flu Shots in November

Sacred Heart to Provide Free Flu Shots in November

During November, Sacred Heart Health System will provide free flu shots in Pensacola, Cantonment, Gulf Breeze and Gulf Shores, Ala. These flu shots are primarily for adults who are poor, elderly and uninsured. Clients need to be 18 years old or older and, if pregnant, must have a doctor’s order [...]

Peace Fest on Saturday

By Jesse Farthing Peace Fest is coming back to Pensacola for a fourth non-consecutive year, though organizers this year say they are hoping to make it a yearly event from here on out. Longhollow Park, across from Open Books, will serve as the backdrop for this gathering of local artists and [...]

All Soul’s Day Candlelight Service

For decades, Saint Michael's Cemetery, in the heart of historic Pensacola, has hosted a special event honoring those buried within the hallowed ground. Long recognized as an important part of local history and culture, the cemetery continues to provide a place of solace for visitors. In [...]

Day of Caring has huge impact on Escambia County

Last Friday morning, United Way sent over 1,350 volunteers from local business and military commands to help with 103 projects at 66 agencies and schools in Escambia County. “For me personally, Day of Caring is such an important initiative for our community as it connects volunteers and [...]

The Red Party comes back to Pensacola

Against HIV/AIDS, Inc. co-hosts the Second Annual Red Party on Saturday, November 2, 2013. Co-hosted with The HIV Care Center of Pensacola, a joint effort provides for an even larger event than last year. This year’s Theme of “On the Red Carpet” provides a glitzy Hollywood ambience, and The [...]

Next week: Night at the Speakeasy benefit

Next week: Night at the Speakeasy benefit

“A benefit party for a swell cause” is how Jena Melancon, executive director of the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council, describes the council’s first ever Jazz Age event, “A Night at the Speakeasy.” On Thursday, October 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. the Museum of Commerce at 115 East [...]

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