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Commissioner will address Republican women

The Santa Rosa Republican Women will meet at St Sylvester Catholic Church Gulf Breeze in the annex classroom on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 1 0 : 3 0 a.m. The guest speaker will be District 4 Commissioner Dave Piech. Piech’s topic will be “The State of Santa Rosa County.” Dave Piech is a retired US Air Force colonel and served […]

Driftwood Garden Club to meet Sept. 23

The Driftwood Garden Club Board of Directors approved the fall kickoff meeting on September 23 with a few changes in the format due to the increased cases of the Delta virus in the area. The Driftwooders will meet at a new location, the Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church’s beautiful new glassed-in reception hall located behind the main parking lot on […]

Pensacola Beach Women collect school supplies

Pensacola Beach Woman’s Club met August 19 at the Beach Community Church. The theme of the meeting was “Back to School.” The school supplies collected will be donated to an area program. Hostesses Barbara Harris, Jayne Atkins, Trish Tierney, Wanda Sagebiel, Cory Perago, Patty Spradling, Debi Brock, Diana Davis and Vicki Parks decorated each table with crayons and school materials. […]

‘Bears’ plead their case against ‘Breezers’

Historical society hosts debate Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society met on August 19. This month, Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society hosted an informal debate between “The Bears & The Breezers (i.e. residents).” Thomas Bruce, Grace Bian and Andrew Nettle from Gulf Breeze High represented the Bears and the audience represented the Breezers led by Dave Udit. Thomas Bruce even wore […]

Gulf Coast Friends plan gathering

Prissy Legendre, who returned to her duties for the Gulf Coast Friends, said, “After a VERY HOT summer, Gulf Coast Friends would like to welcome back their members, and their guests, on Thursday, Sept. 9, at 10:30 a.m., to a luncheon and meeting at First Baptist Church, 555 Fairpoint Drive in Gulf Breeze. Social time activity begins at 10:30 with […]

Get Cookin’

If you like creamy pasta with a hint of Cajun spice, this dish is perfect for you. The spice mix adds a bit of heat to counter the creaminess, but you can substitute the spice mix with Italian seasoning for a completely different experience. Experiment with lemon pepper or another spice instead of the Cajun mixture to please your family’s […]

GBAHS plans a Bears & Breezers debate Aug. 19

The Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society general membership meeting was held on July 22. President Barbara Udit opened the meeting with a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Louella Conn. Board members present were Barbara Udit, Betty Allen, Teresa Markham and Kristin Parrish; those absent were Diane Ward and Martha Brenenstahl. The meeting began […]

City residents are good at recycling

Gulf Breeze City Manager Samantha Abell told members of Gulf Breeze City Council at Monday night’s meeting that Gulf Breeze residents are doing a good job of recycling, as revealed by the city’s low 16% contamination level. The acceptable level across the industry is at 30%, and the areas surrounding the City of Gulf Breeze have much higher levels of […]

Pensacola Beach Woman’s Club is collecting school supplies Aug. 19

The next meeting of the Pensacola Beach Woman’s Club will be Thursday, Aug. 19, at Pensacola Beach Community Church at 11 a.m. The August hostesses are chairman Barbara Harris, Jayne Atkins, Trish Tierney, Wanda Sagebiel, Cory Perago, Patty Spradling, Debi Bock, Diann Davis and Vikki Park. President Dede Hill wrote in her newsletter, “It’s that time of the year, school […]

New rector in pulpit at St. Francis

The parishioners of St. Francis of Assisi Church in Gulf Breeze welcomed Bishop Russel Kendrick as Celebrant for The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost on July 25, for the Holy Eucharist; rite two with the renewal of baptismal vows. Bishop said, “It was coincidental that my annual visit to St. Francis was scheduled on the Sunday after the Rev. Tim Backus’ […]

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