Down time really isn’t a thing for the Santa Rosa Quilt Guild.
Its latest project reached a new group Friday morning.
Here comes Peter Cottontail.
The Navarre High School (NHS) cheerleaders will be transforming into Easter bunnies the night before Easter this year and leave many yards full of colorful eggs.
With 1,400 children in foster care in the area and more than 600 of them needing food and shelter, GFWC Santa Rosa Woman’s Club has launched a “Help Feed the Children” drive as part of a statewide women’s club initiative to encourage “Love, Respect and Kindness” for all.
From March 1 to April 30, club members will ask retail businesses, offices, neighborhood homeowners’ associations organizations, civic and church groups, realtors, gyms, clubs and corporate offices to serve as collection sites for the drive.
When the Angels in the Outfield coed softball tournament takes place in April, it will be about more than just a game.
The tourney, scheduled to take place the weekend of April 8 at Tiger Point, is being done to not only honor students who have died by suicide in the area in recent years but to raise awareness and funds as well.
A bald eagle is not the bird you expect to see on your Saturday trip to the beach, but for some Navarre locals, it is a pleasant surprise.
It’s currently nesting season in Navarre for the patriotic poultry, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission records.
When 11-year-old Kaden Cortello is asked whether he likes the bath, he claps his hands together with delight and smiles hugely.
But the more Kaden grows, the more challenging bath time becomes. His family is raising funds to expand his standard bathtub into one they can wheel him into.
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