Monthly Archives: August 2010

National POW/MIA Recognition Day

One week after the  anniversary of September 11th is a day of recognition, not for the September 11th victims but the United States’ POW/MIA. The United States’ National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed across the nation on the third Friday of September … Continue reading

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Pirate’s Day!

Come all ye mates n wenches to Fishermen’s Village’s 2nd annual Pirate’s Day, Saturday September 11th! Festivities kick off at 11am starting with registration for the Pirate Flotilla “Pillage the Village”  at Fishermen’s Village. Bring your ship and water weapons and … Continue reading

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Oil Free

Floridian’s biggest fear came true a couple of weeks ago when tar balls washed ashore the panhandle coast bringing with them waves of oil staining the white beaches. Summer spirits crushed, animals wounded, and thousands out of work, BP’s carelessness … Continue reading

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A lesson in Facebook

I had the privilege of attending a Facebook lunch-in this past week. We were pleased to see that our Facebook fan page http://www.facebook.com/fishermensvillage was prided on its persistent posts and avid comments and used as an example in the meeting. Yet mid-way through … Continue reading

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