The BoatHouse Paddle Club Summer RUN/SUP Races The RUN/SUP Summer Race Series is a one-mile trail run followed by a one mile stand up paddle board (SUP) competition. The race starts from the BoatHouse Paddle Club, RUN/SUP’s flagship location in WaterColor, Florida. The participants will transition from a trail run...
People poured through the doors of Good News United Methodist Church in May for the fifth annual Marketplace Luncheon. Anticipation for the luncheon and program increased as people found their seats and waited patiently. The luncheon was held in conjunction with the fifth annual Week of Blessings, sponsored by...
Introducing “Theo of South Walton” Sea Turtle By Dee Cruce It was a gorgeous morning in the month of September in Blue Mountain Beach when little Theodora, the loggerhead sea turtle, boiled out of her nest with her turtle brethren, foggy-eyed but hopeful, and made her way across the sand to...

Green & Clean Team

Local Inventor and Recycling company team up to create the “Green & Clean” Project Max McCann, a professional musician, inventor and president of ZenVentures inc., has recently teamed up with Chip Chavous ,the owner and operator of EZ-PZ Recycling to expand the current recycling system in our community. The program...
Gulf Place on 30A is pleased to announce the summer dates for their Sunday Markets. Located on the green, the Gulf Place Sunday Market will feature artwork, candles, food, and more from local artisans throughout the Emerald Coast. Beginning June 3, 2018, the Sunday Market will take place every Sunday, from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m., and...
Food For Thought Receives $25,000 from The Seaside Style for New Warehouse Renovation Community Partnership Continues to Grow with Program Expansion Food For Thought Outreach is excited to announce the latest phase of expansion in its operations with the addition of a warehouse in DeFuniak Springs. This center will serve as...
By Rick Moore As we consider Father’s Day and what it means, is it possible that technology is our friend and not our foe? Yes, the “machines” from smart phones to tablets have disrupted our family time for the past decade. But is it possible technology can actually be used...
To help keep dogs in their homes and out of shelters, Dog-Harmony, Inc., is offering a low-cost day of seminars June 16 to help owners understand and train their pets. The morning seminars, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., will cover topics such as how to talk “dog,” fear...
Five-Day Sessions for Primary, Elementary and Middle School-Age children Offered in June and July The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) announces the 2018 launch of its popular program for children, Creative Kids Camp, a series of week-long visual arts camp sessions designed to give primary, elementary and middle school-aged...
County Requests Public Help in Substantiating Public Beach Access Claim Walton County officials are requesting the public’s help in substantiating the claim of “ancient and customary” use of South Walton’s beaches. Beginning on July 1, 2018, the beach access ordinance passed in October, 2016, will become null and void. "As...

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