A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock ’n’ Roll
This fall, the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Panama City Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA) invite locals and visitors alike to Aaron Bessant Park to enjoy big-name concerts and fresh Gulf seafood as the Panama City Beach Seafood and Music Festival makes its return.
The event, which will take place October 17 and 18, 2014, is headlined by Grammy Award–winning country music group The Band Perry on Saturday and ... (Read More)
Panama City Beach Rewards Card: Play More. Spend Less.
The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce is proud to introduce a new strategic marketing program designed to drive consumers directly to local establishments, the Panama City Beach Rewards Card. Unlike other punch cards or promotions, the Panama City Beach Rewards Card will aid as a profitable, brand-building component to complement organizations’ on-going marketing efforts. Promotion of the rewards card, along with compelling offers, will drive consumers to choose those business’s products and services over the competition—at NO ... (Read More)
Ocean Week Makes a Splash in Panama City Beach
We’ve been exploring the ocean for generations. But it seems the more we learn about it, the less we know. Vast in scope and size, brimming with strange animals and plants, the world that lies beneath the sea is still largely a mystery. Yet the importance of a vibrant ocean and its untapped resources becomes increasingly obvious.
That goes double for those of us in Florida. Panama City Beach’s Ocean Week, July 21 – 27, 2014, understands and celebrates ... (Read More)
Klothes for Kids
A little more than a month ago, Panama City Rescue Mission launched its 10th annual Klothes for Kids program, aimed at helping 1,000 children in Bay District schools who cannot afford school uniforms and supplies. They set a goal of collecting 6,000 school uniform items (polo-style tops, uniform bottoms, and shoes) plus play clothes, underwear, backpacks, and supplies. As of July 10, with about one month left to collect clothes, they are half way to their goal and ... (Read More)
5th Annual Beach Chamber Golf Classic
Beer. Food. Golf. Nuff’ said! Join the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 26, 2014, for its 5th Annual Golf Classic. Taking place again at Hombre Golf Club, this year’s tournament will feature all the same great perks you’re used to plus a few new additions that are sure to make it unforgettable! Sign-in begins at 10:00 AM, lunch at 11:00 AM, and a shotgun start will kick off the tournament at 12:... (Read More)
Understanding Grief & Loss for the Health Care Professional
The Understanding Grief and Loss workshop will be held at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, July 24 in the Covenant Hospice Education Room, located at 107 West 19th St. in Panama City at no charge. Pre-registration required no later than Wednesday, July 22; to register call 850-785-3040. This workshop is presented by Covenant Hospice bereavement support services for health care professionals interested in learning more about the natural process of grieving following significant loss.
Bereavement Specialist Christina Coates Cassani, M.... (Read More)
NSA-Panama City New Signs Marking Shoreline Boundaries
If you can read this, you’re too darn close. That’s the reason behind the new signs going up at Naval Support Activity Panama City (NSA PC), along the St. Andrew Bay perimeter and at the mouth of Alligator Bayou, the main thoroughfare for waterborne traffic at the base.
“We’ve had a number of incidents lately where individuals have inadvertently entered restricted areas around the base, either by boat or on foot along the shoreline,” said Cmdr. Christopher ... (Read More)