Friday, June 11, 2021

Rebuild Florida to Host Mobile Application Event in Carrabelle


Rebuild Florida to Host Mobile Application Event in Carrabelle
The Rebuild Florida Housing Repair and Replacement Program will host a mobile application event in Carrabelle this month to provide an opportunity for local homeowners with remaining damage from Hurricane Michael to begin applications for housing repair assistance from the program. The deadline to start an application to the program is June 16, 2021, and the deadline to submit an application is June 30, 2021. 
Rebuild Florida team members will be on site to assist homeowners and answer any questions they may have.

The event is open to homeowners who are interested in applying for assistance to repair, rebuild or replace their Hurricane Michael-damaged homes. No appointment is necessary. For a list of documents to bring, please click here.

Other options available for beginning an application are:




  • Over the phone by calling 888-530-3025

For a full schedule of mobile application events, visit the Rebuild Florida Housing Repair and Replacement Program for Hurricane Michael events page.

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About Rebuild Florida
The Rebuild Florida Housing Repair & Replacement Program for Hurricane Michael is a partnership of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) serving 12 panhandle counties for Florida’s long-term housing recovery efforts after the 2018 hurricane season. For more information, visit RebuildFlorida.gov.

DEO | 107 E. Madison StreetTallahassee, FL 32399



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You can go freshwater fishing without a license this weekend.

 You can go freshwater fishing without a license this weekend.


June 12th and 13th are license-free freshwater fishing days in Florida.


License free fishing days are an invitation for people to try out fishing in Florida in the hopes they’ll begin doing it more regularly.


Even though you won’t need a license for freshwater fishing this weekend all other bag limit, season and size restrictions apply. 


And be sure to take advantage of the free freshwater fishing this weekend – your next chance won't happen until next year.




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Getting Out in Gulf County

Wheels On Williams is a new event for Gulf County. It will feature local and regional cars, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts and anything with a set of wheels for a FREE community event. Food will be available from the region's most popular Food Trucks. Music will be provided by the communities' favorite musicians. It will be held on the third Thursday of June, July and August start time is 5 pm.
Do you have a cool car?
Does your business have custom paint or a wrap?
We are looking for your wheels to be
parked on Williams for all to see!
Contact joe@gulfchamber.org for more information or call 850-227-1223
 
Open House & Ribbon Cutting

Monday, June 14th, 2021
4:30 Open House begins
5:30 Ribbon Cutting

Bellou2
103 Reid Ave, Port St Joe 32456
LIVE MUSIC THIS WEEKEND!






117 Sailors Cove
Port St. Joe, FL 32456



Friday – Open 5-11. JD Chambo 7-10.
JD Chambo is a husband and wife duo playing all of your favorite classic country and a little classic rock. John and Deanna currently reside in Panama City Beach where they work as a team to manage their acoustic gigs.

Saturday – Open 5-11. Greg Wood 7-10.
Mr. Guitar Man is back.

D & J Food Trailer will be on site with BBQ Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Coming up:
Tuesday June 15 – Kristi and Otha
Wednesday June 16 – Evan Barber
Thursday June 17 – Martin Rodriguez
Friday June 18 – Hunter Wall

Contact joe@gulfchamber.org for sponsorship and more information.
MORE Chamber Events
 
PortOber Fest
September 25, 2021
 
Shop Gulf Saturday
November 27, 2021
Discover Old Florida
For even MORE events and happenings along the Forgotten Coast visit Old Florida Events at OLFL.org
Getting Out in Gulf County is brought to you by:
Joe Whitmer
Executive Director
 
Gulf County Chamber of Commerce
321B Reid Ave
Port St Joe, FL
850-227-1223 Office



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There are now more Republican voters in Franklin County than Democrats – which may be a first for the county.

There are now more Republican voters in Franklin County than Democrats – which may be a first for the county.

As of today there are 3417 registered Republicans in the county and 3411 registered Democrats.

There are 1,319 voters of other parties or independent.


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The Blue Parrot will hold its annual test of mullet aerodynamics on Saturday

 The Blue Parrot will hold its annual test of mullet aerodynamics on Saturday.


The Mullet toss takes place on the public beach in front of the Blue Parrot Oceanfront CafĂ© on St. George Island. 


There are men’s, women’s, and children’s divisions.


There is a $30.00 entry fee for adults and 20 dollar fee for kids and for that you get a unique Mullet Toss T Shirt, and 2 mullet to throw.


The money helps out the Franklin's Promise Coalition.


There are prizes awarded for the longest throws in each division – first place is 200 dollars for adults while kids can win bikes, fishing poles an tackle boxes.


If you want to take part, be on the beach in front of the Blue Parrot at 10:00 AM to register.


The competition will begin at 11.


If you can't make the competition but still want to watch, the Blue Parrot has a beachcam you can see at www.blueparrotsgi.com.




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