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Women's Civic Club of PCB Beach Boogie and Silent Auction

Event Dates and Times

2/3/2018 - Starts: 6:00 PM - Ends: 10:00 PM
Lyndell Center, 423 Lyndell Lane, PCB
Dance the night away with music from Jim Lawson. Silent Auction includes restaurant gift cards, airfare, POPS tickets, Disney and SeaWorld tickets, golf packages, condo packages and much more. Hors d'oeuvres served at 6:30 . Admission $15, with all proceeds benefiting local charities. Sponsored by The St. Joe Community Foundation
Connie Peterson - 850-236-0218

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Event Dates and Times

2/3/2018 - Starts: 9:00 AM - Ends: 2:00 PM
Oatfield Center, 423 Lyndell Lane, PCB, FL
DATE: Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM
PLACE: Panama City Beach Senior Center, Oatfield Center, 423 Lyndell Lane
An anything you want sale. A place to find hidden treasures and rummage thru gently used, unique items at great prices!!! Enjoy CRAFTS * FLEA MARKET * SILENT AUCTION * BAKE SALE * RAFFLE BASKET * LUNCH SALE and more. Proceeds to benefit The Panama City Beach Senior Services Foundation. Free Admission. Open to the Public. Call 850-233-5065 for more information.
Ron Rudd, 850-233-5065, ron@pcbsc.com

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Event Dates and Times

2/3/2018 - Starts: 7:00 AM - Ends: 10:00 AM
Applebee’s on 23rd Street
Saturday, February 3, 2018
Applebee’s on 23rd Street
7:00-10:00 a.m.
Cost: $7.00/ticket; bulk 10 for $60.00, name on placemat
Take Out will be available

There will be fun for the kids, a 50/50 drawing, bake sale, and door prizes
(Do not have to be present to win).

Special Raffle (surprise)

Tickets can be purchased from any Pilot Club member or purchased at the door.

Proceeds to benefit scholarships for Anchor Club High School Seniors and charities for brain-related disorders.

For more information, contact: Sandy Ingram: 850-866-3994

The Pilot Club is a professional and business leader civic organization whose main focus is on brain-related disorders. The local club supports Second Chance of Northwest Florida, The Arc of the Bay, Pyramid and the BrainMinder program in Bay County Schools to teach K-2nd graders how to protect their brains for life. The club also donates a “pamper basket” once a year to the Wounded Warrior event for a caregiver and sponsors four Anchor Clubs in Arnold, Bay, Mosley, and Rutherford high schools and chartered Girls, Inc. in 1974.
Sandy Ingram: 850-866-3994

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Updated: 4:55 AM - As part of Anthropology Week, Native Spirit Museum and Gallery in St. Andrews is bringing awareness of the anthropological history of Northwest Florida.

Posted: 03/17/2018 - Volunteers served more than 700 people.

Posted: 03/17/2018 - The goal behind the camp is to mentor young children.

Updated: 03/17/2018 - One local man has become a hero in the eyes of many residents after pulling a man out of a burning car.

Posted: 03/16/2018 - Some Arnold High School students weren't thinking about their Spring Break plans hours before vacation.

Posted: 03/16/2018 - Some guests from Bennigan's joined us in studio to tell you how they are getting ready to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Posted: 03/16/2018 - St. Patrick's Day is almost here so we brought some local Irish dancers in our studio.

Updated: 03/15/2018 - The two organized a plan to paint more than 1,200 wooden stakes and signs as a way to detour people from disturbing sea turtle nests.

Updated: 03/15/2018 - Statistics show Bay County is the worst in the state, percentage-wise when it comes to heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, and COPD. Local health professionals say that can often be linked to the number of locals who cannot afford ongoing health care. However, there are some of the unsung heroes who are providing hope and health to many of the area's working poor.