Tuesday, July 5, 2016
July 2016 Business Briefs / Member News Part 1
A 14-pound green sea turtle named Asparagus is one of four rehabilitated turtles released to the Gulf of Mexico in the past several days by the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park CARE Center. Asparagus came to the center in May after becoming inadvertently hooked off the Navarre Beach Fishing Pier. Rehabilitation care included the removal of the hook and line, as well as treatment for several deep wounds. Another green sea turtle, a Kemp's ridley turtle, and a loggerhead were also released within the past four days, marking a joyous time for the CARE Center team.
If you are a part of the Real Estate/lending market here on the Panhandle, you will want to attend the “Realtor Expo,” on Friday July 15, from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., located in the Linkside Conference Center at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. This conference, hosted by World Impact Real Estate in partnership with the Emerald Coast Association of Realtors, will feature a dozen local experienced and successful industry leaders. For details and registration, visit www.realtorexpo.net.
Twin Cities Hospital recently its 2nd Fireworks Fundraiser Luncheon on Friday, June 17, with all proceeds benefitting the Boggy Bayou Fireworks. Community leaders, hospital visitors, employees, and many more enjoyed home cooked barbeque ribs and chicken, sides, and dessert at an event that raised $1,524! A special thanks to everyone who supported this event.
Acentria Insurance proudly announces a new office location in Niceville, through a merged partnership with the Powell Agency, located at 110 North Partin Dr. Established in 1957, the Powell Agency specializes in providing home, auto, and business insurance. The agency will continue to operate at its current location with same friendly staff.