Watch the 62nd Billy Bowlegs Torchlight Parade, sponsored by Windcreek Casino & Hotel at Atmore, and hosted by the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce.
The parade took place on June 5, 2017 and ends a weekend of fun with the Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival, which takes place every year on the 1st weekend of June and features the Krewe of Bowlegs, as well as other Krewes from the local area to as far as Minnesota.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 3 months ago
Watch the Replay of the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce’s First Friday Coffee from August 3, 2018. Learn about the following events and special programs happening within this community on the Emerald Coast of Florida. This event took place at the Christian Life Center of the First Baptist Church in Flort Walton Beach, Florida.
(Note: Audio becomes clearer around 9.10 minute point)
00:00 – Welcome
00:52 – Innvocation
01:46 – Pledge of Allegiance
03:19 – Healthsource Chiropractic “Fast Cash at Breakfast” Giveaway
07:03 – Moore Hallmark (US Chamber of Commerce) Presentation to Congressman Matt Gaetz
10:03 – Matt Gaetz speech
15:08 – Mel Ponder/Introduction of Matt Caldwell-Agricultural Commission candidate17:26:06 – Matt Caldwell
23:24 – Paul Lux – Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections
28:43 – Rico: Project Hope update
30:56 – United Way Volunteer Program
33:54 – Food for Thought Backpack Program
34:35 – Emerald Coast Poker Run – Donna Tashik
37:53 – Leadership Okaloosa at Costa Institute
40:03 – Chamber Calendar
41:15 – Business Leaders Together Luncheon – BitWizards
44:31 – Nick Chubb – 2018 Chairman of the Board
46:58 – Above & Beyond Award
49:25 – Ambassador of the Quarter Award
50:54 – Sponsor – Eglin Federal Credit Union
1:04:20 – Check Presentations: Dave Parisot Northwest Florida Military Officer Assoc to Ginny Barr 2018 Okaloosa Veterans Stand Down, $3,000
1:07:22 – New Members
1:20:34 – Door Prizes
1:33:49 – 50/50 and Close
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By Emerald Coast TV — 6 years ago
On April 14, 2013, fourteen finalists battled it out to determine who would be this year’s Emerald Coast Sing Off champion. Watch a highlights video of the entire event.
Congratulations to Seventeen year old Brittany Weeks, from Niceville, FL – the Emerald Coast Sing Off 2013 – WINNER, with Head Judge, Geoff McBride.
To capture the title Brittany stole the hearts, and the votes of the judges and the fans, when she sang an original song she wrote called “Beautiful Soul”, and followed that up in the final round with “Feeling Good” by Michael Buble. And both songs were sang A Capella.
Also, congratulations to 16 year old Jennifer Johnson for coming in second,
Meghan Erlacher for winning third place,
Jonny Shidemantle 4th and
CJ Peake 5th.
And congrats to all 14 finalists who competed against 200 awesome singers from three states that auditioned, and were chosen to advance to the elimination round of 35, and then sang again and were chosen to compete in the finals round of 14. Therefore, all 14 singers in the finals were multiple winners who had to put in many hours of hard work to get to the finals, – and they are all champions.
* For more information about this event, go to the website at www.EmeraldCoastSingOff.com.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 11 months ago
Watch the video recorded LIVE at the breakfast sponsored by Sam’s Club. Watch and learn about what’s happening around Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
The FWB Chamber’s First Friday Coffees are held at First Baptist Church’s Christian Life Center on 1st Street in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
See why the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce has been voted one of the top performing chambers in Florida and the country. To learn more about the chamber, visit their website or come experience one of their events. www.FWBChamber.orgPost Views: 238