Community News


Big Bad Data…Or Is It?

  In the wake of Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress, BowStern Marketing Communications will host a roundtable discussion on the implications and uses of online data collection. With 95 percent of Americans owning a cell phone, the number of ways individuals can provide personal information is at an all-time high. The general population is grossly […]


Dori Saves Lives Needs YOU!

Day time Volunteers, Be ready to promote roadway safety! Dori Saves Lives Needs YOU! The Dori Saves Lives Foundation is looking for volunteers to take part in our upcoming Day at the Capitol Feb 28th, 2018 from 11am- 12:30 pm. The goal of this event is to Educate the Public about the importance of Traffic […]


Word of South 2018: April 13 – April 15

Join us April 13-15 for the fourth annual Word of South Festival in Tallahassee’s award-winning Cascades Park! Word of South is a festival that celebrates literature and music, with performances by internationally known writers and musicians on seven different stages around the park. In 2018 we’ll feature artists as varied as the Tedeschi Trucks Band, […]


Boots for Babies 2018 – February 16, 2018

In celebration of Brehon’s 40th year of protecting children and nurturing families in the Big Bend, Boots for Babies 2018 planning is in full swing. Imagine a starry night over a huge old fashioned barn, friends kickin’ up their heels to live music, delicious food, spirited silent auction bidding, a marshmallow on a stick and […]


Alternative Christmas Market & Shop – December 2-3, 2017

The Alternative Christmas Market provides an alternative to excessive commercialization of the holiday shopping experience. Over 30 local, national, and international agencies and ministries that serve the homeless, the hungry, the imprisoned, the poor, and those in need set up booths in John Wesley’s Fellowship Hall showcasing the services they provide on a price list. […]


Women of Distinction Awards Gala

Since its inception, more than 140 women throughout the Florida Panhandle have been recognized as Women of Distinction who exemplify the mission of Girl Scouts … building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Nominees will be honored during the Women of Distinction Awards Gala on November 9, 2017, […]


Camp Kesem FSU Looking For Individuals For Advisory Board

In 2010, Camp Kesem FSU held its first free weeklong summer camp program for children whose parents have, or have had, cancer. Along with 85 other campus chapters across the country, Camp Kesem at Florida State University strives to provide children affected by a parent’s cancer with a chance to have fun in a caring […]


4th Annual Bacon & Brews – October 20

First Commerce Credit Union has teamed up with Madison Social and Centrale – a new Italian Parlour serving up old school Italian fare with a fun, fresh edge – to host the 4th annual Bourbon, Bacon & Brews Social on Thursday, October 20, from 6 to 10 p.m. This flavor-filled event features a flight of […]


Hispanic and Friends LINKed Business Social – July 22

This is Conexión Media Group activity and will be both a Business Networking / Meet the Candidates activity. We are extending a special invitation to all candidates for elected office and current elected officials to join us! Come and EXPAND YOUR NETWORK in a relaxed atmosphere! Appetizers & Soft Drinks provided – Door Prizes Latin […]


Mugs & Movies – June 10th

First Commerce Credit Union has teamed up with The Edison to kick off the summer and take a totally awesome trip back to the 1980s. Tease your hair, tight roll your jeans, and pop your collar during Mugs & Movies, the next fundraising initiative for the FCCU FOUNDATION, our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supporting financial literacy […]


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