They gathered at all four corners of Franklin County, and the biggest smiles and happiest faces were on the children.
On Saturday, it was Eastpoint’s Freedom Festival, and on Sunday, the eastern end of the county gathered in Carrabelle for the festivities. On Monday it was all about Apalacfhicola’s Independence Day Eve festivities and on Tuesday, July 4, the island’s annual water cannon shootout at the parade put a cap on a glorious four days of festivities.
Here are some faces of the future of America, from the Eastpoint and Carrabelle events
The last Ilse Newell Fund for the Performing Arts concert in February features the contemporary sounds of modern jazz and pop standards. On Friday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. the World Jazz Trio will perform at Apalachicola’s Trinity Episcopal Church. The trio performs regularly as part of the Tallahassee club scene and features Michael Bakan…
With a new police chief, Carrabelle is now setting about replenishing its ranks, and has had to alter its rules to do so. Kevin Shuman, 50, was hired in the spring to replace former Chief Gary Hunnings. After starting his law enforcement career in 2006 as an auxiliary officer, Shuman worked full time with the…
It was a tearful goodbye for Pamela Brownell Tuesday morning, as she retired from Franklin County Emergency Management after 17 years, the last decade as its director. “Start enjoying your life,” said Commissioner Cheryl Sanders. “Know in your heart when you go to bed, you made the best decisions you could. We’re only as good…
The Willoughby Marks American Legion post 106 will host a Memorial Day service.
The service will start at 10 a.m. this Monday, May 30, and will be held at the Three Servicemen Statue Detail in
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