After taking a year and a half hiatus, marching band is back, and the Navarre High School Raider Band is ready to march on the field again. Last year, the band was only allowed to have a pep band during football season.
“No one was allowed to march, so we just played in the stands,” Navarre High School band director Dean Barrow said.
The Navarre Beach Marine Science Station partnered with the Guy Harvey Foundation and Florida Youth Conservation Commission to put on a five-day fishing camp at the end of June where local children learned to fish, some for the first time.
Twenty-one campers came out for the fishing camp on Navarre Beach where children learned about fish biology and conservation, as well as fishing tackle, methods and techniques.
American Legion Post 382 teamed up with Absolute Zenergy Massage & Bodywork July 24 to host a family-friendly fundraising event with food, games, a bounce house and wrapped up with a drive-in style movie night showing “The Goonies.”
Outside the Holley by the Sea home of Cheryl Martinez sits a box that houses a little free library.
It was built in memory of her granddaughter, 14-year-old Skye Farej, who was killed in a Gulf Breeze house fire in 2018.
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