Governor Mike Huckabee playing with the Mulligans at the Okaloosa County Republican Party Lincoln Dinner on March 25, 2017.
The Mulligans are a local premier events band performing classics tunes for events at venues large and small across the Emerald Coast of Florida. www.MulligansBand.net
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By Emerald Coast TV — 1 year ago
This is the LIVE broadcast of the 2020 Distinguished Young Women Florida State Finals Showcase on February 28, 202 at the Fort Walton Beach Civic Auditorium.
* Note: Due to a copyrightright issue with the Prince music used for Lily Parker’s talent performance, YouTube has muted the audio for that section of this video. *
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By Emerald Coast TV — 4 years ago
Enjoy this holiday season kick off as the City of Fort Walton Beach, Florida hosts the annual Christmas parade on December 4th, 2017. The theme for this year’s parade is the “12 Days of Christmas”. The parade took place along Eglin Pkwy and was hosted by Ted Corcoran of the FWB Chamber of Commerce and Amy Jamieson, a FWB city councilman.
Over 100 floats and walkers participated and of course, Santa arrived at the very end.
This parade coverage is also being shown on Cox Cable channel 6 during the month of December 2017.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 7 months ago
Enjoy this replay of the 2020 Fort Walton Beach Christmas Parade – “Christmas Nights & Winter Nights”, which took place on December 7, 2020 on Eglin Pkwy at 6:30pm CDT.
The weather was brisk but dry at folks came bundled up to watch business, local organizations and schools marching bands pass by and spread joy. Sponsored by the City of Fort Walton Beach and hosted by Ted Corcoran, the CEO of the FWB Chamber of Commerce and Heather Ruiz, the 2021 Chair of the board for the chamber who also represents Destin Commons shopping center. The Judges were Vince & Kimberly Mayfield (BitWizards), Seth Luttrell (chamber Dir Operations) and John Hofstad (Okaloosa County Administrator).
The winners of this year’s parade are as follows:
– Best Service – 501st Legion Parjai Squad
– Best Marching – Choctawhatchee High School Style Marchers
– Best Youth – Niceville High School Robotics
– Best Religious – Communidad Familiar Tabernaculo De Adoracion
– Best Commercial – RBM Contracting Produced by
Emerald Coast TV Technical Producer & Editor – RJ Murdock
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