Our storm chaser, RJ Murdock, was out early morning before Hurricane Michael makes landfall to see how the storm was effecting Destin, Okaloosa Island, and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
After landfall, here are a few boats, docks and a tree in Destin that fell victim to Hurricane Michael.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 4 years ago
01:10 – Invocation Introduction – First Baptist Church of FWB
04:12 – Pledge of Allegiance – FWB Police Dept. & National Anthem by MSgt Liz Rand(?) from Eglin AFB
06:44 – Mayor Dick Rynearson – Recognizing City of FWB Police Dept.
9:39 – HealthSource Chiropractic FWB North – Fast Cash at Breakfast – Dr Scott Smith
13:14 – John Hofstad, Okaloosa County Administrator
18:34 – Diane Winnemuller of Northwest Florida Daily News – Check to the Military Order of the Purple Heart for a Nurses Monument that will be erected at the Armament Museum
28:30 – Wes Fell, Paradise Promotions – Home Show & Nathan Sparks with One Hopeful Place
00:34:12 – Dog Daze, presented by Friendship Veterinary Hospital, Sat. Oct 13th *Featuring City of FWB Police Dog Fundraiser
37:37 – Blessin of the Marketplace
41:06 – Chamber Calendar
42:18 – Matt Osley talk about the Empowered committee and tells a comical story about the difference between millennials and the older generations
47:28 – Emerald Coast Television.com video – United Methodist Children’s Home
49:03 – Tony Hughes offers free business advice
51:06 – Introduction of 2018 Chair Nick Chubb Ted
56:12 – Introduction of Sponsor: Matt Baltz, Administrator at The Manor at Bluewater Bay
01:07:14 – Check Presentations: Donna Tashik, President Emerald Coast Foundation
01:09:38 – New Member Introductions
01:21:16 – Door Prizes
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By Emerald Coast TV — 6 years ago
Inky Johnson, a former University of Tennessee corner-back who lost the use of his right arm after an injury from a game in 2006, is the featured speaker for this event.
He speaks to high school athletes from Okaloosa & Walton counties, Florida about his journey to his faith and remarkable outlook on life since the injury.
Night of Integrity is an annual event sponsored by the All Sports Association, the Sheriff’s Office of Okaloosa County, Northwest Florida State College and the Okaloosa Walton Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 5 years ago
Darryl Strawberry is the featured keynote speaker for the 2018 Night of Integrity at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on the campus of Northwest Florida State College. This event was open to all students athletes from Okaloosa and Walton counties and was sponsored and promoted by All Sports Association, the Emerald Coast FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), the Okaloosa County Sheriff Office, and Northwest Florida State College.
Darryl Strawberry is described as a legend by many who have been dazzled by the dynamics of his game, the power he possessed at the plate and the story of redemption that continues to bring hope to so many lives. He has earned the legendary nicknames and phrases of one of the most feared homerun hitters in the game of baseball, Straw’s Sweet Swing, Strawberry’s Field Forever and The Legendary Straw Man!
Visit www.StrawberryMinistries.org to learn more about this year’s speaker.
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