Our future is in great hands, as Distinguished Young Women from various parts of Florida showcase all they’ve achieved in this entertaining program! Almost $20,000.00 will be awarded in cash scholarships as well! Watch to see who will be selected as the new DYW of FL, 2019! This event took taking place at the Fort Walton Beach Civic Auditorium on February 23, 2019.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 2 years ago
Beth Ostroff and Paul Montalvo from Jobs4U featured guests in this segment of “Our Emerald Coast Community”, a local talk show serving the communities of Northwest Florida and hosted by RJ Murdock.
This segment originally aired in August 2018 on Cox Cable Ch6 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.Post Views: 1,255
By Emerald Coast TV — 3 years ago
Darryl Strawberry is the featured keynote speaker for the 2018 Night of Integrity at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on the campus of Northwest Florida State College. This event was open to all students athletes from Okaloosa and Walton counties and was sponsored and promoted by All Sports Association, the Emerald Coast FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), the Okaloosa County Sheriff Office, and Northwest Florida State College.
Darryl Strawberry is described as a legend by many who have been dazzled by the dynamics of his game, the power he possessed at the plate and the story of redemption that continues to bring hope to so many lives. He has earned the legendary nicknames and phrases of one of the most feared homerun hitters in the game of baseball, Straw’s Sweet Swing, Strawberry’s Field Forever and The Legendary Straw Man!
Visit www.StrawberryMinistries.org to learn more about this year’s speaker.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 1 year ago
The City of Fort Walton Beach, Florida 2019 Christmas Parade, “A Storybook Christmas” took place at 6 :30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019.
The route begins at First Street and proceeds north on Eglin Parkway to the old K-Mart parking lot. The parade includes approximately 100 entries ranging from non-profits and the military to area schools, bands, civic organizations and area businesses. Parade entries are divided into five categories and awards will be presented for the following: Best Marching, Best Youth Organization, Best Religious Organization, Best Service and Best Commercial. Santa will close the parade riding on the Fort Walton Beach fire truck. The parade is recorded and will be rebroadcast on Facebook, YouTube, Emerald Coast TV and Cox Channel 6 during the month of December.Post Views: 968