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Tuesday, July 24th | 5-6:30 pm
Wednesday, August 1st | 11:30 am
Tuesday, August 7th | 11:30 am
Potential Members & Guests Welcome!
Wednesday, August 8th | 7:30 am
Northwest Florida State College,
Student Services Building
note location change.
Thursday, August 9th | 11:30 am
Tuesday, August 21st | 11:30 am
Career Day 2018
Florida State College is currently seeking local business
professionals to participate in Career Day 2018 on Wednesday,
October 3rd, 9:30 am-noon at the Niceville Campus, by
speaking with students and community members about career
opportunities in their field.
Click here to complete the
registration no later than September 14, 2018.
more information contact
Development Center at the University of West Florida -FWB
Niceville Valparaiso Civic Hall of Fame
Over 150 members and guests attended the 2018
Niceville Valparaiso Civic Hall of Fame Luncheon sponsored by CCB
Community Bank. Alan Wood, CCB Community Bank and Tracy Wood,
Cornerstone Realty served as emcees for the event and Dr.
Devin Stephenson, Northwest
Florida State College, presented as guest speaker. The
theme for this year's event was the Sesquicentennial (150th)
Anniversary of the City of Niceville, celebrating the
establishment of the town of Boggy, FL when mail service was
introduced in 1868.
Niceville Valparaiso Civic Hall of Fame Inductees
2018 Inductees from left to right: Nancy Myers
Grigsby; Walker Vestor Spence; Jessie Alma "Granny"
Edge; and Lt. General Gordon "Gordy" Fornell, U.S.A.F.
(Ret.). To learn more about all 16 inductees, visit our
website NicevilleChamber.com. Nominations
are now being accepted for the 2019 Civic Hall of Fame.
Thank You, 2018 Civic Hall of Fame
City of Niceville
First Baptist Church of Niceville
Fisher House of
the Emerald Coast, Inc.
Gulf Power Company
Mid-Bay Bridge Authority
Online History Center
Northwest Florida State College
Okaloosa Gas District
Rocky Bayou Christian School
S & R
The Manor at Blue Water Bay
Twin Cities Hospital/Fort Walton Beach
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more event photos!
The Military Affairs Committee (MAC) showed their
support for the men and women at Duke Field with a
donation to their Summer Beach Bash. MAC Chairman Mark Clark, Okaloosa Gas presented
the check to Lt. Col. Jim Wilson and Kelly Ewert, Director of
Airman and Family Readiness. The MAC mission is to provide support
of the local military mission and enhance the relationship between
the community and the military.