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The Bay beacon

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Title:
The Bay beacon
Portion of title:
Beacon
Place of Publication:
Niceville, FL
Publisher:
Bayou Enterprises Inc., Stephen W. Kent- Publisher
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Niceville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Valparaiso (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Niceville
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Bluewater Bay
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Valparaiso
Coordinates:
30.516111 x -86.471667 ( Place of Publication )

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Began Apr. 22, 1992.
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Description based on: May 11, 1994.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Bay Beacon. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
30766158 ( OCLC )
sn 98001910 ( LCCN )
1097-6469 ( ISSN )

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T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 Police Blotter, page A-6 Three school board seats are at stake in the Aug. 28 election. In addition to those whose signs are pictured, candidates include Willie Harmon, Alby Clendennin IV, and Linda Evanchyk.Beacon photo Beacon Staff Beginning next year, smokers wont be allowed to light up at Northwest Florida State College. The institutions board of trustees last week voted to ban smoking and the use of all tobacco products on the main campus in Niceville and at its satellite campuses in Fort Walton Beach, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs and Santa Rosa Beach, effective Jan. 1. The policy, which also will cover motor vehicles owned or leased by the college, shall apply to all students, faculty, staff and other persons on College property, regardless of the purpose for their visit. It also will ban tobacco advertising in college publications. The trustees acted at the urging of a student-led tobaccofree task force, according to a statement by Okaloosa County. The task force raised awareness of the need for a 100-percent tobacco free campus policy and drafted the policy approved by the trustees, according to information provided by the county. Tobacco is the single greatest cause of preventable disease and premature death in the United States, said Shelby Brown, a task force organizer. As of December 2017, 36 colleges and universities in Florida banned tobacco use, 33Beacon Staff Okaloosa County voters will have choices in all three elections for school board this year. However, candidates are unopposed for two county commission seats, seats on two local fire-district boards, and for two seats on the governing board of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Unit. Candidates qualify for the ballot by paying a fee or by collecting a certain number of voter signatures on qualifying petitions. Board of Education When the week-long ballotqualifying period for local-government candidates ended Friday, two people had qualified to run for the District 1 seat on the five-member Okaloosa County School board, three to run for the District 3 seat, and two to run for the District 5 seat, according to the county supervisor of elections. In any event, there will be two new faces on the board, as two incumbents did not seek reelection. For District 1, the schoolBy the suns course, summer began June 21, the summer solstice, the year s longest day. Many people were out and about this Saturday and Sunday, enjoying the first official weekend of summer in their own way. A couple basked on the quiet bayside beach at White Point as resortbound tourist cars jammed the approach to the quickest way to Destin, the Mid-Bay Bridge. A bright Saturday morning overlooking Rocky Bayou was perfect for the outdoor wedding of Niceville residents John Bilton and Jennifer Wortham. A pair of cyclists rode through Bluewater Bay. At Hurricane Grill in Bluewater Bay, Lewis School athletes washed cars to raise team money. A small dog took his human for a walk along Bluewater Boulevard. Father and daughter spent time on the golf course for a lesson on how to carry a child s golf bag. The NWFSC Gay-Straight Alliance sponsored an LGBTQ Pride Walk Saturday morning, which began and ended at Niceville High School. Among those participating was Jan Mullins, Niceville High School Gay-Straight Alliance faculty sponsor, holding banner with NHS graduate Mabelle Hart. Nine-year-old Harper Lee perfected her soap-bubble technique at water s edge.Beacon photos by Michael GriffithContests for three seats on school boardState college sets ban on tobacco useBy Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent Okaloosa County commissioners last week discussed, but did not decide, whether to extend bed taxes to the entire county. The tax supports the countys Tourist Development Department as well as some public safety and infrastructure projects, to the entire county. Some commissioners expressed concern that putting such a measure on the November ballot would lessen chances for voter approval of a planned commission-sponsored referendum raising the sales tax. Currently, county bed taxes, formally called the tourist development tax, are only charged to people lodgings in the countys designated tourist district, mostly situated along Gulf of Mexico beaches south of Choctawhatchee Bay. During the commission meeting, Okaloosa County Tourist Development Director Jennifer Adams told commissioners that there are more than 1,000 hotel rooms in Okaloosa County that are outside the bed tax district. Communities in the Niceville-Valparaiso area are outside the tax district, meaning that hotels and motels do not collect bed taxes for the county from their patrons. By the same token, funds derived from such taxes may not be used to benefit areas outside the bed tax district. The tax collected over $19.5 million in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, 2017. How much additional money it would collect by a levy in previously untaxed areas of the county was not discussed during the commission meeting. Beacon Staff Passenger-screening lanes at Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport have been increased to three, from two. The expansion took effect last week in response to sharp increases in air-passenger traffic at the county-operated terminal, also known by its airPlease see CONTESTS, page A-3 Please see BED TAX, page A-3 Please see COLLEGE, page A-3 Okaloosa eyes bed tax expansion50Wednesday, June 27, 2018 8 Pages, 1 Section, 5 Inserts Summer solstice weekend VPS speeds screeningCustomers of lodgings in the NicevilleValparaiso area would be taxed at 5 percent if the countys bed tax is extended to the area.Beacon photo by Mike Griffith Please see VPS, page A-2 Upper left, the scene last week after a third screening lane was added. Inset, a busy day before the expansion.

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The Bay Beacon Page A-2 Wednesday, June 27, 2018 port identifier, VPS. The new security lane will be mostly used as an expedited one for pre-cleared passengers who have signed up for PreCheck or Global Entry status with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, according to airport officials. But it will also be opened to other passengers at peak times. Since the expanded screening setup was introduced June 19, Wait times have been severely reduced in the standard lanes, county airports chief Tracy Stage said Friday. VPSFrom page A-1

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THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 27, 2018 Page A-3 CLIMATE CONTROL SPECIAL Receive1/2OFFFirst MonthOR ONEMonth FREE!1466 Cedar St., Niceville AffordableClimate Control Mini Storage Rental AvailableCall for Details(850) 897-3314 $8800SPECIAL(NON-CLIMATE) 209 Government Ave., Niceville 678-7925Sales & Installation FREE Estimates Mon.-Fri. 8am 5pm Sat. by AppointmentSIMPLER CARPET & TILE, INC. Serving Niceville-Valparaiso for 50 yearsBrowse our selection of Hardwood & Laminate 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressThe Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville, Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole, as well as mid-Walton County from Villa Tasso to Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52. All submissions for publication become property of The Bay Beacon.Niceville s NewspaperKaron DeyBookkeeper Cheryle ValentineReceptionistBunni FarnhamAdvertising RepresentativeAndrea WolfeGraphic DesignerStephen W. KentEditor and PublisherSara KentMarketing DirectorKatie KillenGraphic Designer PALLEAGUEFun Recreational Soccer! Ages 4-18 For info: Howard Hill, 678-2182 or www.nicevillepalsoccer.orgIn-Person Registrations Sat., June 30, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS Cafeteria Sat., July 21, 9 a.m. 1 p.m., NHS CafeteriaOnline Registration May 15-July 21 at http://sports.bluesombrero.com/nicevillepalsoccer State-issued birth certificate required for players not registered with PAL Soccer in Fall 2017 Age Group Birthdates VIP(Children w/ disabilities) Aug 1, 99 Jul 31, 14 U6 Aug 1, 12 Jul 31, 14 U8 Aug 1, 10 Jul 31, 12 U10 Aug 1, 08 Jul 31, 10 U12 Aug 1, 06 Jul 31, 08 U14B Aug 1, 04 Jul 31, 06 U16G Aug 1, 02 Jul 31, 06 U19 Aug 1, 99 Jul 31, 041. U6, VIP, and U19 teams are co-ed. Separate girls and boys teams in U8, U10, and U12. 2. Uniforms provided (jersey, shorts, socks for VIP & U6 through U16G; shirt only for U19). Players keep uniforms. 3. Accidental medical insurance and registration with Soccer Association for Youth included.Beginning Referee Cou rse :Go to https://FL-SRC.org to registerStart Smart Soccer Skills Development! Ages 3-5(Aug 1, 12 Jul 31, 15)Cost: $25 Parent participation required Season: September 18 October 25Contact Bernie Busovne, 830-3463 Or startsmartsoccer32578@gmail.com Waiting list after July 21. Season: August 13 November 15No Cost. Season: September 8 November 10Contact Arriell Anderson, 461-3650 or Arriell.Anderson@gmail.comCost: $80 in-person; $82 online $25 late fee (per family) after July 21TEAM SPONSORS NEEDEDSign up at Registration or contact pal.directorofcoaching@gmail.com $250; $100 for Each Subsequent TeamFlorida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services registration number CH11241. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.COACHES NEEDED TRAINING AVAILABLE Bed tax money is primarily used for advertising and other promotions of tourism in Okaloosa County, focusing on tourist attractions within the bed tax district, such as Gulf beaches. Some bed tax funds are also used to promote law enforcement, beach life-saving and other public safety services, and may also be used for certain infrastructure projects. If the bed tax were extended to the entire county, it would be charged in the NicevilleValparaiso area, but the area could also benefit from some of the services paid for by such taxes. The 5-percent bed tax is levied on facilities that are rented for six months or less, including living quarters and accommodations in a hotel, apartment hotel, motel, resort motel, apartment motel, rooming house, tourist or trailer camp, mobile home park, condominium, cooperatively-owned apartment, multiple-unit structure, single-family dwelling, beach house, cottage, and watercraft. During discussion of the bed tax expansion in a county commission meeting in Shalimar June 19, Commissioner Nathan Boyles said that he was surprised to see it on the meeting agenda. He said it would be better to wait another five or six months to discuss the issue, to avoid confusing county residents who will be voting in November on a commission-proposed 10year, sales tax surcharge to help fund infrastructure projects throughout the county. Commissioner Graham Fountain said that while ballot fatigue is possible, both the bed tax and sales tax issues are similar, in that they would ask visitors, as well as county residents, to pay a fair share for county services. Commissioner Kelly Windes said, My gut says the timing is wrong, to put both the bed tax and sales tax issues on the November ballot. Commissioner Trey Goodwin said, I trust our constituents to make good choices, but added that he would like more time to discuss and gather information before making any decisions about the bed tax expansion. BED TAXFrom page A-1 board candidates are Willie Harmon of Fort Walton Beach and incumbent Lamar White of Shalimar. For District 3, the candidates are Alby D. Clendennin IV of Crestview, Linda Evanchyk of Fort Walton Beach, and Joe Slusser of Baker. Longtime incumbent Rodney Walker did not seek another term. For District 5, the school board candidates are Diane Kelley of Valparaiso and Bran McAllister of Niceville. Incumbent Melissa Thrush did not seek reelection. School board candidates must reside in their district but are elected at large in countywide balloting. The board election, to be held Aug. 28, is nonpartisan. County Commission For the Okaloosa County Commission, incumbent Trey Goodwin of Fort Walton Beach qualified for District 4, and Carolyn Ketchel of Shalimar qualified for District 2. Both are Republicans. Having no opposition, both will begin new fouryear terms on the five-member commission in November. North Bay Fire District For the two terms expiring this year on the five-member North Bay Fire Commission, Chandler Huff qualified for the Group 2 seat and Joe Fagundes for the Group 4 seat. Both are incumbents. As they were unopposed, they will begin their new four-year terms in November. Fire board candidacies are nonpartisan. East Niceville Fire District Four of the five seats on the East Niceville Fire Commission were up for election this year, but each post drew only one candidate. Their terms will begin in November. Group 1: Anthony William Evans. He was appointed last year to fill a vacancy. Evans will serve his new term through November 2020. Group 2: Leo Tisa. He will succeed three-term incumbent Ed Dunbar, who did not seek reelection. Group 4: Cecil J. McEntire. An incumbent, McEntire will serve another four years. Group 5: Ryan Ingram. He was appointed last year to fill a vacancy. Ingrams new term will end in November 2020. Bluewater Bay MSBU Debbie Stretch, a former director of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Unit, was the sole candidate for the Group 2 seat on the nonpartisan, fivemember board. Incumbent David Vardaman was the only candidate for the Group 4 seat. Their new four-year terms will begin in November. CONTESTSFrom page A-1 of which also banned e-cigarettes, which dispense nicotine derived from tobacco, according to the county. The county statement said the tobacco ban at Northwest Florida State College would end on-campus exposure to secondhand smoke and reduce cigarette butt litter. The college said its tobacco ban would not apply to some apartments on College Boulevard, owned by the colleges fund-raising arm, and which house some Raider athletes and are also rented to tenants on the open market. COLLEGEFrom page A-1 Lamar White Diane Kelley Bran McAllister Willie Harmon Alby Clendennin Smoking will be banned at Northwest Florida State College starting Jan. 1.Beacon file photo Now In Stock!No-Bite-Me 850-678-1593www.bayoubookcompany.comOak Creek Shopping Center, Niceville Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Since 1986 Bug repellent and after-bite creamMade with all edible ingredients and does not have any DEET or harmful chemicals. Just dab a little bit on exposed skin and the bugs will leave you alone. CorrectionThe price for the city of Valparaisos lifeline category of cable-TV service will remain unchanged at $20 a month, plus a 10 percent administrative fee, according to City Commissioner Kay Hamilton. Relying on information supplied by the city, a June 20 article about increases set for next month in the citys cable-TV rates erroneously reported that the current lifeline service was free. Also, although city rate packages that bundle internet access with TV will increase in price, Hamilton said that the hikes are due solely to rising TV expenses, not internetaccess costs. Linda Evanchyk

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Nicholas G. Kracko son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kracko of Niceville, graduated from Pensacola Christian College recently, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in humanities with an emphasis in pre-law. * Northwest Florida State College would like to recognize its spring semester 2018 graduates, including those graduating with honors. NWF State College awarded 796 degrees and credentials this spring, marking a 9% increase from 2017. For students enrolled in a degree program (bachelors and associate) at the time of graduation, a student's total academic record is reviewed to determine eligibility for recognition of outstanding academic achievement. The levels of recognition for students enrolled in degree programs include Summa Cum Laude (GPA of 4.0), Magna Cum Laude (GPA of 3.8 to 3.99) and Cum Laude (GPA of 3.5 to 3.79). For students enrolled in a certificate or diploma program (career and technical, vocational, college credit or Applied Technology Diploma) at the time of graduation, all coursework pursued for the certificate or diploma is reviewed to determine eligibility for recognition of outstanding academic achievement. The levels of recognition for the students enrolled in certificate or diploma programs include Highest Honors (GPA of 4.0), High Honors (GPA of 3.8 to 3.99) and Honors (GPA of 3.5 to 3.79). Local Graduates earning Summa Cum Laude: Associate in Arts: David Jones Allison Keen Lydia Kollar Riley Polomsky, Sydney Schermerhorn Ward Vansteenburgh Local Graduates earning Magna Cum Laude: Associate in Arts: Elizabeth Adams, Kyla Bennett, Abigail Bradley, Cristy Higginbotham, Bridgette Mueller, Gabriel Seabrook, Phillip Seymour, Dylan Smith, Saria Hoskinson. Associate in Science: Christa Cloutier, Victoria Simmons. Bachelor of Applied Science: Cynthia Alarcon Bachelor of Science: Kimberly Fisher. Local Graduates earning Cum Laude: Associate in Arts: Connor Ballasch, Trinity Baptiste, Jacqueline Beauchamp, Raymond Coon, Schuyler Donovan, Stephen Erk, Spencer Giles, Jennifer Jesse, Mark Mueller, Ryker Mullinix, Robin Negron, Kevin Nelson, Kendall Pfeiffer, Claudio Quiles Rios, Edith Thomas, Melissa Wright, Terri Robles. Associate in Science: Tatiana Beauchamp, Annmarie Dowden, Jami Easley, Laura Hayhurst, Angela Jernigan, Mark Linscott, Summer Stuckey Bachelor of Applied Science: Codey Friesen, Jerryl Schultz. Bachelor of Science: Jeremy Morris, Kelli Williams. Local Graduates earning Highest Honors: College Credit Certificate: April Bolin, Aaron Burns, Thomas Murphey. Vocational Certificate: LeighAnne Bilton, Austin Mallett, Jackson Smith. Local Graduates earning High Honors: Vocational Certificate: Chadley Moore, Nichole VandenBossche, Andrew Weaver Kirstin Slagal. Local Graduates earning Honors: College Credit Certificate: Elizabeth Dunn, Kayla Greene, Robert Griffith, Jonathan Kramer, Elizabeth McNamara, Chelsia Powell. Vocational Certificate: Nicholas Capitan, Charles Sprague. Local Students who successfully completed the requirements for a Degree or Certificate: Associate in Arts: Joshua Aiken, Ken Angell, Kimberly Beck, Jennifer Bowman, Sierra Burkett, Kathryn Carrieri, Alec Childress, Jared Childress, Parker Childress, Kyle Chisum, Sara Dameron, Kirsten Dawson, Ronnell Donahoo, Dierra Dowd, Giovanna Dragassakis, Alec Fletcher, Nigeria George, Nicholas Gestring, Hope Godfrey, Christopher Hall, Thomas Hannay, Rebecca Havard, Jack Hederi, Brayton Hundley, Jesse Johnson, Collin Kaufman, Anna Kirschling, Tempey Leitten, Kammrin Mahoney, Marcus Mau, Dillon McArthur, John Merts, Kelsey Metts, Destin Nguyen, Kathy Pandolfo, DeAndre Phillips, Robbie Phillips, Kenneth Pickler, Gabriel Preston, Anna Price, Maddison Rew, Ashlyn Rhea, Lon Ritenour, David Rood, Linda Safford, Edward Salvador, Christina Scallan, Thomas Sievers, Triston Stage, Andrew Stephens, Tyler Tipton, Samantha Unterseh, Sean Waddell, David Walker, Rebecca Jollie, Austin Mortenson-Vu, Kylie Quinnell, Katharine Strawser-Booth, Maya Volz. Associate of Science: Lee Brewer, Kimburlee Fanion, Deanna Fisher, Meggie Hodgeman, Don Jordan, Chloe Keicher, Chad Lutton, Jaclyn Pearson, Kristen Williams, Cristobal Gonzalez, Christina Walden. Bachelor of Applied Science: Geraldyn Couch. Bachelor of Science: Carrie Morton, Samantha Newman, Scott Reiselt, Saundra Thorson. College Credit Certificate: Kayla Greene, Justin Guter, Richard Moore, Alexander Rea, Christina Walden. Vocational Certificate: Landon Bigner, Robert Dowd, Brandon Gaddis, Michael Klinger, Bryan McMahan Jr., Catherine Crump. THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 27, 2018 Page A-7 Law Office ofSAMUEL M. PEEKThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. Probate Wills Trusts Estate Planning Powers of Attorney Medical Directives 678-1178222 Government Avenue Niceville, FL 32578 Call today for a FREE Hearing Profile KAITLYNLOCKEHAS COUPONS4400 Hwy. 20 E., Ste. 211, Bluewater Bay (850) 279-4545HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE RISK FREE TRIALNO JOKE! NO GIMMICK! Not sure what a hearing device will do for you? Dont want to make a mistake? At Gulf Coast Hearing Center, we are thrilled to provide you with a TWO WEEK, RISK FREE TRIAL! Hear for yourself the difference it will make with no obligation. Just call 279-4545 for more information. Expires: 7/31/18 Expires: 7/31/18 batteries$3 per packLimit 4by Varta NERA 2$2,00000All Models & SizesReg. $2,30000 Whos NewsE-mail items to info@baybeacon.com Whos News Nicholas Kracko Lou and Bill Kaunzinger, of Bluewater Bay, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary May 22. They were married in Chicago in 1948 and moved here 23 years ago from Prospect Heights, Ill. They have a daughter, Lori Phillips, of Bluewater Bay, and son, Kurt Kaunzinger, of Rancho Cordova, Calif., as well as two grandchildren, Austin and Amber, who live in Columbus, Ohio, and Winston Salem, N.C. Bill is a WWII Purple Heart veteran and a member of the DAV and VFW. Lou belongs to the Bluewater Bay Garden Club and the Local Color Artists Group, does water aerobics, and teaches art. They belonged to the sailing club for many years and took part in numerous races together.Couple celebrates 70 years

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Overeaters anonymous Overeaters Anonymous meets every Monday 6:30 p.m. Wellness Center, Twin Cities Hospital, Niceville. Overeaters Anonymous is a Fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength, and hope, are recovering from compulsive overeating. We welcome everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively. For more information please call 505-891-2664. Container gardening Learn how to garden on a small scale by maintaining and creating container gardens with the Valparaiso Garden Club. This program will be at the Niceville Community Center at 204 Partin Drive N. on Wednesday, June 27 at 10:30 a.m. The Friends of the Niceville Library are hosting this program. While it is free to the public, please register for this event by calling the Niceville Public Library at 850-279-4753 x 1504 or emailing us at ncvlibrary@okaloosa.lib.fl.us. Kayak tour Join a Park Ranger on Thursday, June 28, from 9 a.m.-11 a.m., for a unique opportunity to paddle Rocky Bayou. The paddle will go along the shoreline of Rocky Bayou to Rocky Creek and back to the park. Rocky Bayou is a fresh to brackish water system supporting a large variety of fish and shellfish, including the federally endangered Okaloosa darter. Osprey and bald eagles are known to nest within the area. Osprey in particular are often sighted by campers, kayakers and locals. Space is limited to 12 people for the trip. There are 5 double kayaks and 2 single kayaks available to rent or you may bring your own vessel. A signup sheet will be available in the ranger station at Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park and will be on a first come first serve basis. Park admission fees do apply and is $5.00 per vehicle. Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park is located at 4281 S.R. 20, Niceville. For more information, call (850) 833-9144. CALM open house Come see all the work going on at CALM, Crisis Aid for Littles and Moms. We will have a Work-inProgress Open House on Thursday, June 28 from 12 noon 2 p.m. at 201 Redwood Avenue, Niceville. Dont mind the mess, see how so far weve been blessed. We are excited as we continue to prepare to open our CALM house for single moms and kids in crisis. Korean dinner Niceville American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 221, 444 E. John Sims Parkway will be hosting a Korean Dinner on Friday, June 29, from 5-8 p.m. for $7.00. Open to the Public ~proceeds to benefit the Auxiliary Children's Fund~ The Auxiliary has lunches every Wednesday from 11a.m.-1p.m. for the community education fund. Intro to blacksmithing Intro to Blacksmithing with local blacksmith Billy Hay, June 30, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida. Have you ever wanted to try your hand at the forge? Bend and shape steel? Make something useful and enduring? Strike now. The iron is hot. Students will learn the basic skills of the blacksmith including safety, tools and equipment, and the skills for drawing out, upsetting, hotcutting, bending and punching. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, longsleeved shirt required. Limited Space. Pre-registration required. Cost is $85 per student; $80 for Museum Members (all supplies included). Call to make your reservation: 850-678-2615. Dinner & raffle fundraiser Niceville American Legion Son's Post 221, 444 E. John Sims Parkway, are doing a fundraiser for "Lift for the 22" on June 30 from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Dinner for $8.00 will include ribs, baked beans and coleslaw. Open to the public. Basket Raffles, Entertainment and Gym Membership Raffles. Crawfish boil Hurricane Grill & Wings located in Bluewater Bay is hosting fundraisers for Lewis School's football team every Saturday in the month of June. These fundraisers will help your local Falcon Football team acquire new uniforms, refurbish old equipment, purchase new equipment and pay official fees. This Saturday, June 30, your Fighting Falcons will have a Crawfish Boil from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Please come out and show your support for this great group of young athletes. Book sale Join the Friends of the Niceville Public Library on Saturday, June 30 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in front of the Library and in the Friends Book Store for our Sidewalk Sale. All items are $1 or less, and children's books are only 25 cents each. Linux user group meet The Northwest Florida Linux User Group (NWFLUG) will hold its next monthly meeting on Monday, July 2, from 5:30 p.m. until no later than 7:30 p.m., in Room 400 of the Crosspoint United Methodist Church in Niceville. Directions and details of the always free planned program can be found on the group's website at https://nwflug.org. All interested persons are invited to join us and bring your laptops. Persons planning to attend are encouraged to notify us via email to tom.browder@gmail.com. July 4th races Registration is now open for the City of Valparaisos 40th Annual 4th of July Duathlon (5K Run and 200M Swim), Family Fun Run and 3.2K Paddleboard Race. The Duathlon begins at 7 a.m. in Lincoln Park. Arrive at the park by 6:30 for late registration. The free Family Fun Run (one mile) will begin at 8 near the boat launch. At 10 a.m. we will have our 4th Annual 3.2K Paddleboard Race to Toms Bayou and back. Both the duathlon and the paddleboard race has a $25 registration fee on race day cash/check only. For early registration (before June 22), the entry fee is $20 and the participant will receive an official 4th of July T-shirt. T-shirts on race day will be available on a first come, first served basis. Registration information for all of these events can be found athttp://www.valp.org/community/events.html. Reduced admission Take a break from the heat, bring your family and friends to the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida this July 4thfrom 10 a.m. 4 p.m. and take advantage of $2 admission, free for Museum Members and children 4 and under. View historic exhibits including Military, Native American, Pioneer, and Early Industries such as Fishing and Turpentine. See new exhibits, Hair Raising History, Patent Medicine, and enjoy a cup of coffee in the Heritage Caf. Kids will love the Discovery Room with handson activities and adults can stroll in Paradise Gardens. Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. ALL AROUND THE TOWN THEBAYBEACONPage A-8 We dnesday, June 27, 2018For comprehensive auto care in the Niceville area, look no further than Twin Cities Transmission and General Repair. Tucked away on Elm Street in the heart of Niceville, its highly skilled staff is ready to take care of all of your auto care needs. Friendly and straightforward, the people of Twin Cities Transmission offer quality solutions at competitive pricing, for more than just your transmission. That's righttheir expertise goes beyond transmission work. You can count on Twin Cities Transmission and General Repair to keep your car or truck running in perfect order. Prevention isn't reserved for personal health. It's critical in the health of your vehicle as well. Extend the life of your family vehicle with timely tune-ups and inspections of critical automotive systems. Don't allow those little problems to turn into costly ones. Maintenance neglect can cause major inconveniences to your life, and your pocketbook. Let Twin Cities Transmission and General Repair take care of your vehicle and you. We now have General Motors, Ford, and Toyota factory scan tools for dealer-level diagnostic and reprogramming capabilities. Twin Cities Transmission is a member of the TECH-NET professional program that assures strict adherence to automotive code of ethics. All its technicians are ASE-certified, and able to keep your car moving at top performance. With our recent renovations, repeat customers will enjoy a pleasant front office and comfortable customer area, not to mention a few additions to the business, including an expansion to its building. The new "General Repair" side has three lifts dedicated to general repairs. All makes and models, both foreign and domestic, are welcome. Even diesel engines can find all their solutions at Twin Cities Transmission. This expansion supplements the four lifts dedicated to transmission work. Twin Cities Transmission is independently and locally owned by Adam Marthis. Along with manager and fiancee Brandy Pirc, he prides himself on being a family-owned, hometown operation that has gladly served the Twin Cities area since 2000. Located at 610 Elm St. in Niceville, just north of John Sims Parkway and west of Partin Drive, Twin Cities Transmission and General Repair is eager to make your acquaintance. Call 729-6629, fax 729-1529 or e-mail Brandy@tct.gccoxmail.com. You can also follow us on Facebook. Quality diagnostics, experienced mechanics, and a reputation that you can trust, make Twin Cities Transmissionthe perfect one-stop shop for your vehicle's checkup. Find out for yourself just how committed to excellence and customer service they are. Twin Cities Transmission and General Repair at 610 Elm St. in Niceville, with newly renovated front office, customer lounge and general repair extension. 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