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Posted on: November 25th, 2015 by brent

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Christmas Wishes

Posted on: November 16th, 2015 by brent

Christmas Wishes will be granted from November 30 – December 24. 

A Note on Toy Wishes: This year, thanks to our partnership with the United Way,  we are working to help more children in need have toys under the tree.  To apply for for a Christmas Wish with toys in Escambia and Santa Rosa County starting on December 1, please call 2-1-1 (the United Way).  They will be screening all applicants for assistance with basic toy needs.  
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Mystery Science Theater could be back

Posted on: November 11th, 2015 by brent

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is coming back. The comedy was created by Joel Hodgson. It follows two mad scientists who launch a janitor working for Gizmonic Institute, into space and force him to watch B-movies in order to measure how much bad movie watching it takes to drive a person crazy in order to pinpoint the perfect B-movie to use as a weapon in Dr. Forrester’s scheme of world domination. Hodgson launched a Kickstarter campaign to revive the series with $2 million goal and more than $650,000 have been pledged so far. The goal amount would be enough to produce three full-length episodes. He aims for $5.5 million to make a full 12-episode season.

Say The Pledge

Posted on: November 2nd, 2015 by brent

Let’s start something cool… #SayThePledge  Post a video of you saying the Pledge of Allegiance on Instragram, Twitter, and Facebook with the hashtag “SayThePledge”

Let's start the Pledge Challenge… Show your pride and #saythepledge will you do it?

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Celebrating Back to the Future Day

Posted on: October 20th, 2015 by brent

Johnson Beach… why you should celebrate it on April 17

Posted on: April 17th, 2015 by brent

Annual event celebrates the life of Pfc. Rosamond Johnson, who was killed in the Korean Conflict at the age of 17 while attempting to save the lives of three fellow soldiers

PERDIDO KEY, FLA. (April 17, 2015) — Pfc. Rosamond Johnson Jr. was only 15 years old when he enlisted in the U.S. Army. At 17, he saved two lives before losing his own life in the Korean War. Johnson, a light weapons infantryman from Escambia County in Florida, had already pulled two wounded fellow soldiers out of the line of enemy fire, and was returning to save a third, when he was fatally wounded at the 38th Parallel, which separated North Korea and South Korea. He was the first African-American soldier from the Pensacola Bay Area to be killed in the war, and is renowned for his heroic sacrifice.

Rosamond Johnson Day will be celebrated Saturday, May 2, at his namesake, Rosamond Johnson Beach, on the Gulf Islands National Seashore in Perdido Key. Tributes to Johnson will begin at 10 a.m. at the Star Pavilion as community leaders, pastors and Johnson’s family members will speak about his life and his valiant heroism. The public event, held annually on the first Saturday in May, will conclude at about 1 p.m. Park fees will be waived for those attending.

“It is so critical for young people to know the history surrounding where they grew up and to feel like they have a foundation, especially for a place that is known more for beach balls and fun and sand,” said Alison Davenport, who was instrumental in setting up the official celebration and making it an annual event.

Davenport is the former chair of the Perdido Key Chamber and Visitor Center board of directors, and her daughter grew up playing on Rosamond Johnson Beach. She said young people and others need to know the history of the beach and the significance of the young man it was named for.

“Those who come will be moved,” Davenport said. “They’ll leave with the recognition of commitment at a very early age…. To me, it’s about learning your roots and holding on to the meaningful parts, the beautiful parts, of our history.”

Johnson was killed on July 26, 1950, two years to the day after President Truman issued an executive order banning racial discrimination in the U.S. armed forces. Johnson had enlisted in the Army around the time of the executive order. He was awarded the Purple Heart on Aug. 21, 1950.

The Korean War took place during the era of segregation in the United States, at a time when beaches along Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key were segregated. What is now known as Rosamond Johnson Beach was one of the few beaches in the area that were open to African-Americans during segregation.

After the Korean War, the county-owned beach recreation area was named after Johnson, at the suggestion of the Sunset Riding Club, which leased the land for the use of bathing, beach and recreational facilities for “colored citizens.” The lease ended in 1956, but the name Rosamond Johnson Beach stayed, to honor Johnson’s life, heroism and valiant sacrifice for his country. The beach became part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore in 1973.


A monument honoring Johnson was erected at Rosamond Johnson Beach in 1996. The memorial stone reads: “He stands in the unspoken line of patriots who have dared to die that freedom might live, and grow, and increase its blessings.”

Rosamond Johnson’s mother still resides on Belmont Street in Pensacola. She and Rosamond’s brother and sister and other family members attend Rosamond Johnson Day every year to honor his memory and legacy. “It’s a beautiful event … one which few people leave dry-eyed,” Davenport said.

The Rosamond Johnson Day celebration is hosted by the Perdido Key Visitors Center & Chamber of Commerce. For more information and details about this event call 800-328-0107 or visit the website at

Pensacola, called the City of Five Flags because it has been under the rule of Spain, France, Britain, the Confederacy and the United States, has a strong multicultural heritage. Visit Pensacola, the tourism agency for Pensacola, Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key, recently published a multicultural brochure focusing on the cultural heritage, places of interest and events in the Pensacola Bay Area. The brochure is online at

Carrie Underwood introduces the world to her son Isaiah

Posted on: March 29th, 2015 by brent

The Predators are in the playoffs! Just waiting to get called up! #PutMeInCoach

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Dobby’s Home Grown Honey

Posted on: March 25th, 2015 by brent

Check out Dobby the Intern’s song about “honey”… good to fight allergies.

Runny Nose <—– Click Play

Love Tweets

Posted on: January 30th, 2015 by brent

As Read by Justin Moore: Joey Mcknight Justin moore   As read by Scotty McCreery - Jenny_17 Scotty McCreery As read by Maddie and Tae - Natalie Chism Maddie and Tae  


As read by Scotty McCreery - Jennifer Smith Scotty McCreery

As read by Dustin Lynch – Jedi Tweet Dustin Lynch

As ready by Justin Moore - tyler boonmast Justin Moore

As read by Dustin Lynch -Freak for Trace Dustin Lynch

@morganwhitlow   Jan 30
Crazy to think it’s almost two years with @Thatglasskid_ Time flies when you’re in love #LoveTweetsCC987
As read by Maddie and Tae - Morgan Whitlow Maddie and Tae
Darren Ward says – Theresa, I’m glad I didn’t miss the dance ! I LOVE YOU !!
As read by Dustin Lynch - Dustin lynch Daryn Ward

6 Song Country Mash-up

Posted on: January 9th, 2015 by brent

You have to check this out…  6 songs separated at birth?

Here’s the song list:

“Sure Be Cool If You Did”- Blake Shelton
“Drunk on You”- Luke Bryan
“Chillin’ It”- Cole Swindell
“Close Your Eyes”- Parmalee
“This is How We Roll”- Florida Georgia Line
“Ready, Set, Roll”- Chase Rice

These are some of your favorite artists and they have all been top songs… Is Sir Mashalot being a little harsh?