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Cram The Van

Posted on: July 21st, 2014 by Candy

 

Celebrating 15 Years of Community Service It’s Back to School time and school bells will soon sound, breaking the silence of summer break. Cram the Van now in its 15th year is ready to kick off another school year. Too many students in our community will not have the necessary school supplies to begin their school year. The cost of purchasing items like backpacks, pencils, paper, glue, crayons, notebooks and calculators can be overwhelming for a family that is struggling with the basic necessities.

Please support Cram the Van, a school supply program helping students in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties! You can help by dropping supplies off during the local Cram-A-Thons.

Don’t know what to bring? Check out our School Supply List! Also, there are collection boxes at all Sandy Sansing Dealerships, United Way in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties and WEAR TV studio on Mobile Hwy.

Cram-a-Thon collection sites Santa Rosa County Cram-a-Thon locations

Thursday, July 24th Walmart – Gulf Breeze Pkwy in Tiger Point 6am-7pm Walmart – Hwy. 90 in Pace 6am-7pm Escambia County

Cram-a-Thon locations Thursday, July 31 Walmart – Mobile Highway 6am-7pm Walmart – Creighton Blvd. 6am-7pm

 

Junior League Red Haute Royale – October 3

Posted on: July 10th, 2014 by brent

 

Red Haute Royale

 

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Junior League of Pensacola’s 3rd annual Red Haute Royale will be held Oct. 3, 2014 at the beautiful Scenic Hills Country Club. We are currently seeking Event Sponsors and In-Kind Donors. If you or your business would like to support the work of Junior League of Pensacola, we invite you to consider supporting our Red Haute Royale fundraiser!

To learn more about monetary sponsorships and benefits,
please click here.

To learn about opportunities to donate in-kind goods or services for our event’s Silent Auction,
please click here

Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door.

Click here to purchase tickets now!

Chris Young – Summer Salute: Tour for the Troops – July 9

Posted on: July 7th, 2014 by brent

Chris Young with Josh Thompson are performing at Summer Salute to the Troops on Wednesday July 9, aboard NAS Pensacola, thanks to the Air Force Reserve.

 

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Cattle Baron’s Ball 2014

Posted on: July 1st, 2014 by brent
Saturday, August 2, 2014
New World Landing
6:30 – 11:00 PM
 More info for sponsorships:Click here
“You can be a part of someone else’s hope” On behalf of the American Cancer Society we would like to personally invite you to the 2014 Cattle Baron’s Ball - “The Renegade Stampede”. We are honored to again be part of this year’s leadership.

The dream of finding a cure for cancer is one shared by many and after the tremendous success of the Cattle Baron’s Ball, we are much closer to achieving that goal. Through the generous support of our 2013 sponsors and guests, we raised over $140,000 for the American Cancer Society in continuing its research, education and services.

So “climb in the saddle and get ready for the ride” on August 2nd at The New World Landing featuring cuisine by Chef Ed Smith and music by the Reunion Band.

Thank you for spending your time and contributions to help celebrate more birthdays!

In The Fight,

Irie and Buddy Vance
2014 Pensacola Cattle Barons’ Ball Chairs

“A Horse is Poetry in Motion”

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100 Years of NAS Pensacola Celebration

Posted on: July 1st, 2014 by brent

Please join us Saturday, September 20th, 2014 to celebrate these milestones in the history of the National Naval Aviation Museum and NAS Pensacola, with a fun-filled evening featuring live music, cocktails and dinner.

Tickets and a schedule of events will become available later this summer. Contact Leslie Geiger at (850) 453-2389 for more information.

 

History Up Close

Follow our series on the 100th Anniversary of NAS Pensacola for a unique look at the history of the air station, including rare photographs and anecdotes from those who trained at the Cradle of Naval Aviation.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Download a list of sponsorship opportunities and benefits.

Event Sponsors

Platinum ($100,000+)

The Boeing CorporationNorthrop Grumman

($15,000+)

Lockheed MartinPratt & Whitney

Bronze ($10,000+)

Escambia County Sheriffs OfficeFoundation Board of DirectorsSanta Rosa Island Authority

Four Star ($5,000+)

Cat Country 98.7News Radio 1620Elbit Systems of AmericaGulf PowerAdmiral and Mrs. Tom HaywardHirtle Callaghan &amp Co.

Three Star ($2,500+)

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Pensacola CampusGE AviationPen Air Federal Credit UnionPerdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce

Two Star ($1,000+)

Blue WahoosCentral Credit Union of FloridaThe Honorable and Mrs. Lacey A. CollierFlight Avionics Florida Bankers AssociationLandrum Human ResourcesNavy Federal Credit UnionPinnacle SolutionsRegions Bank

Carrie Underwood Ready For Some Football, Again

Posted on: June 30th, 2014 by Chris

Rookies start reporting to NFL training camps in 3 weeks and as another season gets ready to start Carrie Underwood gets the call again to sing the theme song to NBC’s Sunday Night Football.

This is Carrie’s second season as the voice that kicks off Sunday night games.

The first official Sunday Night game is between the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers on September 14.

Fan Wouldn’t Let Lightning Strike Keep Him From Carrie Underwood

Posted on: June 30th, 2014 by Chris

Some fans wouldn’t miss their favorite artist for anything and Carrie Underwood and Randy Houser found that out this past weekend in Wisconsin.

This past weekend, Country Fest was being held in Cadott, and Gage Stroening didn’t let a lightning strike, seizure, a hospital stay or a bad burn from a grill deter him from seeing his favorite artists.

According to Gage and witnesses, high winds knocked a neighboring camper’s tent into his grill, which was lit as he got ready to make lunch. He stepped on it, fell down, stood up and when he grabbed the metal framing alongside his camper it was hit by lightning. After a 4-hour hospital stay he was back at it with his arm in a sling and orders to take it easy.

He tells the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram he was down, but not out, after being injured. “It hurts to walk, but I’ve got pit passes to meet Randy Houser. I don’t have the energy like I did when I showed up, but I’m not missing these shows.” And he didn’t.

A Taste Of Crue For Justin Moore And Brantley Gilbert

Posted on: June 27th, 2014 by Chris

Country music has been dipping into the hip hop world for a few years. Now, it’s going to let it’s hair down and see how it does with 80s rock.

Several country stars are going to pay tribute to Motley Crue on the upcoming ‘Nashville Outlaws: Tribute To Motley Crue’ album. While it won’t be out until August 19, Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore have released previews of their contributions to it.

Justin takes on “Home Sweet Home”:

And here, Crue’s Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx offer thoughts on Brantley’s version of their hit:

Source: Taste of Country

Tim McGraw’s “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” Video

Posted on: June 27th, 2014 by Chris

Tim McGraw’s video for “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” (featuring Faith Hill) is out. It debuted on Good Morning America. The personal video features Tim and Faith and exposes the juxtaposition of their public and private lives. Highlighted with clips from their performance at the ACM Awards in April, the video integrates footage of them in a relaxed setting on their family farm just outside of Nashville.

The Good And Bad Of Luke Bryan’s First Stadium Headlining Show

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014 by Chris

Pittsburgh is gaining a reputation as a city that loves to party before country concerts.

Luke Bryan played his first stadium show as a headliner Saturday night at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and while he left fans with memories to last awhile, they left behind piles of garbage that will take days to clean up.

The show, which set a Heinz Field record for a concert with a crowd of more than 50,000, had many crews staying well into the night picking up thousands of pounds of trash were left behind in the parking lot after the show.

Despite the trashy look of things, workers did say that it wasn’t nearly as bad as the trashpocolypse that awaited them after Kenny Chesney’s show last year.