Meet the 13 candidates who are running for the 4 open seat on the Fort Walton Beach City Council. The LIVE STREAM is on March 1, 2023 – 6:30pm CT from The Venue at 109 SE Brooks Street, Downtown Fort Walton Beach. Florida. Each candidate will get 3 minutes to introduce themselves and their platform, then Mike Minich will ask each candidate a tough question in relation to improve the community of Fort Walton Beach, FL. The candidates will also be available for meet & greet before and after the event.
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By rjmurdock — 4 years ago
This is a Special Pilot Edition of a Sports Talk show with Rob Brown and Jake Mitchell, produced in the TV studio of Emerald Coast TV.Post Views: 124
By rjmurdock — 6 years ago
Edwin Watts and Ray Angerman from the Mulligans Band are 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 April 2018 on Cox Cable Ch6 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
Learn more about The Mulligans: www.MulligansBand.net
The show was recorded LIVE at the Emerald Coast TV Studios in the Landmark Center in downtown Fort Walton Beach. For more information about producing a show, call 850-244-7100.Post Views: 170
By rjmurdock — 3 weeks ago
Live from the American Legion Post 235 on Hollywood Blvd, Fort Walton Beach, Florida on November 11, 2023, 11AM.
The Veterans Tribute Tower Committee is pleased to host the traditional Veterans Day Ceremony. The guest speaker is Brigadier General Jeffrey T. Geraghty, Commander of Eglin AFB and the 96th Test Wing.
During this Veterans Day and joint Remembrance Day Recognition we will welcome the participation of British Royal Navy Commander Chris Wilcox, and members of his command and their families stationed at Eglin Air Force Base.
Over 1800 Veterans are laid to rest at Beal Memorial Cemetery and we thank the Cadets from Fort Walton Beach High School’s Air Force JrROTC for their support with color guard duties and for rendering military honors as they place flags on Veteran’s final resting places.
During the Ceremony we will recognize our Veterans and local POW, the late Brigadier General George E. Bud Day, as well as MIA, 1966 Choctaw Graduate, Special Forces Staff Sergeant, Fred Gassman. We will also remember the life and work of Tuskegee Airman, the late Chief Master Sergeant, Walt Richardson.
We will also welcome Mr. Reid Soria from Autism Sings with the National Anthem.
Students from Liza Jackson School for the Pledge of Allegiance, Gregg Chapel Pastor, the Reverend Cecil Williams, with the Invocation, and Salvation Army Officer, Lieutenant James Milner with the Benediction.
It will be our honor to recognize the newest member of the Florida Veterans Hall of Fame, Vietnam Navy Veteran and retired Air Force Colonel, former medical officer of the 919th Special Operation’s Wing, Dr. Gerald Hollingsworth. Dr. Hollingsworth has been selected by the Florida Governor and Cabinet and will be formally inducted on November 14th In Tallahassee, Florida.
Attendees will have the opportunity to place floral bouquets in the community wreath during the ceremony. As a reminder, reading of the names of the departed will be done during the Memorial Day Ceremony in 2024.
For more information, please contact Tom Rice at the Magnolia Grill, 850-302-0266.Post Views: 231