Holidays

Downtown Panama City gets into the holiday spirit with Jaycees Christmas Parade


Community Christmas party held at Rosenwald High School


Stuff the Bus "saves Christmas"


Local couple creates Christmas decorations with Hurricane Michael debris


Local restaurants hold toy drive for teens


Sixth annual Bethlehem Christmas Village kicks off


A Panhandle Strong Christmas


Local event lets you walk through ancient Bethlehem


Lynn Haven needs help distributing toys to families


Panama City hosts Hope and Healing event


Light show on "Old Sentry" oak tree kicks off Christmas in St. Andrews


Panama City Beach gets into the holiday spirit with annual parade


Lynn Haven Christmas Parade brings more than holiday cheer


More than 400 toys donated for Project 25


Salvage Santa serving more kids than ever with the help of volunteers and donations


Lynn Haven gets ready for the holidays with tree lighting and parade


Christmas party to help out Hurricane Michael victims


Panama City Beach to light up for annual Christmas parade


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