Thank you to All In Credit Union for being one of our Food sponsor for our Stock the Pantry Event this year! This is our biggest event to kick off the school year and we are grateful for All In Credit Union for their volunteer time and for helping out with our Stock the Pantry Party tomorrow!
This event is always a great time and open to everyone! $5 entry or $5 food items:
Ambassador Spotlight - Carla Joyner Carla is the owner of The Dainty Plum, LLC. She started the company 2.5 years ago. Her hobbies include running,
crafts, and being a soccer mom. Her hometown is Ellenwood, GA. Carla is
involved in the Chamber Referral Group, West Point Society of Atlanta
Member. She is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with 23 years of active military service and lives in Walton County! We love our Ambassadors!
Can you believe school started this week?! Help kick off the school year by sponsoring a student in Okaloosa or Walton County for $30 a month or $270 for the year.
Sponsorship will include all in-school programs that FFT supports: Food & backpacks for the weekly Backpack Program, and food for the snack program.
Visit our website to sponsor a student today!
🎃👻 BOO 👻🎃 Tonight is the frightful and very fun return of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party! ..
Are you interested in seeing Walt Disney World during the Halloween season? Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a special ticketed event that runs on certain dates from now until November 1st! ..
Maybe you’re wanting to try something new for Halloween this year? Perhaps start a new family tradition? I PROMISE this is an event you don’t want to miss, Halloween time at Disney is definitely an experience to be shared with your loved ones! ..
If you would be interested in taking a trip to Disney to experience all the spooks, trick-or-treating, a brand new fireworks show, and the “Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade”, please send me a message to get started on planning your next Disney vacation! °O°
Get 10% off custom printed sugar cookies anytime in August!
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Javier Canut: promoted to District Chief.
Chief Canut is a true leader who has dedicated his life to service and shows up each and every day with a smile on his face. He was pinned yesterday by his daughter.
A well-deserved promotion. Congratulations, Chief!
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Walton County alone has 14 schools still available for school sponsorships! This includes elementary, middle and high schools that are in need of a sponsorship for the school year. Gather your friends, family or coworkers to raise funds for one of these Walton County schools in our backpack program.
Your support will be integral in providing weekly backpacks and snacks in-class to the students during the school year. We appreciate the generous contributions of every person that supports our mission to fight child hunger in our community.
Visit our website and select a school to sponsor for the 2019/2020 School Year! Sponsorships are $1K/Semester; $2K for the year.
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“Outfall No. 92” - Walton County is home to 15 named coastal dune lakes along 26 miles of coastline. These lakes are a unique geographical feature and are only found in Madagascar, Australia, New Zealand, Oregon, and here in Walton County.
These coastal dune lakes share an intermittent connection with the Gulf of Mexico. The lake water is fed by streams, groundwater seepage, rain, and storm surge. This connection with the Gulf, called an outfall, is a subject I have spent much time photographing over the last year.
Salt water and organisms flow back into the lake, depending on tides and weather. Each lake’s outfall and chemistry is unique. Water conditions between lakes can vary greatly, from completely fresh to significantly saline. The relationship between us and these lakes has changed over time, as people have built houses on the banks for the last 20 years. Pictured here is Western Lake in Grayton Beach. Swipe right to see a zoomed detail of the image. You can find this in print up to 72x48” on my website. Link in bio.