When Mark A. Williams was growing up, he had no idea that his life would lead him to Navarre.
Williams, the Bishop and co-founder of New Life Deliverance Temple Church, was born in New York, but grew up in the small town of Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
The community of Navarre has been steadily growing over the past decade.
In 2000, there were around 20,000 people in Navarre, according to census numbers. Now there are more than 41,000 people.
East Bay Church will host ‘Presence Conference’ on April 29, 30, and May 1.
The three-day event will completely focus on the manifest presence of God. According to Pastor Stacy Clearman, the conference is one of ministry with prayer, worship and teaching.
At the 2022 Boston Marathon, held April 18, there were just over 25,000 participants, according to the Boston Globe.
The participants came from across the world to compete, including two from Navarre. One of those Navarre residents that ran is Maryetta Casey.
After two years of not being able to offer the class, Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office recently announced that the Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy is set to be back on May 26.
The Academy, which is a 10-week program, offers an exclusive look at the Sheriff’s Office and the work that they do. It is just for Santa Rosa County residents.
On April 26 and 27, Santa Rosa County Fairgrounds will host the Northwest Florida Construction Career Days.
The event will bring around 900 high school students from Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa County over the two days to give them a look at career opportunities in the transportation and construction industries.
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