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September 03rd, 2011 | Author:

Returning Run for the Reef 5K  participants will recognize radio personality Aimee Shaffer of Quantum Broadcasting as the awards ceremony emcee and Islandtime Entertainment’s Tom and Jan Dearien.   They will again share the stage and microphones to entertain you and  to present this year’s awards on the newly expanded Navarre Beach Pier Deck.

Listen to Quantum Broadcasting Radio stations  (Wave 102.1, Mix 103.1, Highway 98.1, and Fly 92.1)  for our Run for the Reef  Public Service Announcements.    We’ll also be featured in their Spotlight on the Emerald Coast  at the end of September or beginning of October.

February 27th, 2011 | Author:

The Navarre Beach Galloway Getting Started Training Kickoff will be held Sunday March 13, 2011 in Ft. Walton Beach.
The kickoff will be held at Run With It on Sunday, March 13.  The first group run will be on Tuesday. March 15.  The group will meet on Tues and Thurs evenings at 6:30 pm in Navarre for group runs.  Registration is now open on active.com.  Cost is $89 for new members and $69 for alumni.
For more information contact info is below:

Maggi Roberts;  850-748-4886
Florida Emerald Coast -Navarre Galloway Training Program Director Organizer, Navarre Runners and Walkers Meetup an official Disney Galloway Training Program and Running Club
http://www.meetup.com/Navarre-Runners-and-Walkers

October 21st, 2010 | Author:

For years now Escambia and Santa Rosa County visitors and residents alike have asked the question  – Where can we snorkel?  A ready answer may be forthcoming.

Beach accessible snorkeling and diving reefs are in the process of being installed off Pensacola beach and could be in place as early as November 1.  Within the next month the Marine Resources Division of Escambia county should have permit applications for a similar Perdido Key snorkeling reef ready for submission by Escambia county.

To top it off, the state permits for Navarre Beach snorkeling and diving reefs in the Gulf and in Santa Rosa Sound are in hand with the federal permits expected to be issued next year.  In addition, the Navarre Beach Marine Sanctuary Committee is pursuing a $114,000 grant from the Pensacola Bay Area Impact 100 organization which could fund two of the three sites planned there (1 in the gulf and 1 in he sound).

With the creation of all three sites – a real snorkeling trail will emerge.   This will make not only Navarre, but the Emerald Coast…..Snorkelicious!