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Cobia World Championships Tournament Adds Stand Up Paddle Board Division

First Ever Stand-up Paddle Board Division; New Weigh Station in Pensacola

The Cobia World Championship Tournament is adding a new twist for 2013. The tournament is Cobia fishing's premier tournament and has taken place at Destin's Harbor Docks Restaurant for over 20 years. This year's tourney has partnered with Bote Boards to introduce the first ever Stand-up Paddle Board Division (SUP). The angler who lands the largest Cobia on a paddle board during the tournament will be awarded a new BOTE Board donated by the Destin store.

Premiere Golf Tournament at Burnt Pine Benefiting CVHN

Join CVHN at 'One of America's Best Courses', on May 10, 2013 and enjoy a day of golf while raising money to help uninsured or under-insured children receive the medical, dental, vision and mental health care they need and deserve.

Four person teams will play a scramble format on the prestigious, members-only Burnt Pine Golf Course. Players will enjoy:

Executive Director of CVHN Receives Young Alumni Achievement Award

Zach Billingsley, executive director at Children's Volunteer Health Network was chosen as the Young Alumni Achievement Award winner by the Huntingdon College National Alumni Association. This award honors the early successes and distinguished achievements of a nominated alumni who is 35 years of age or younger.

CVHN Changing Childrens' Lives with a Smile

Almost eight years ago, the first annual Hurricane Party was held to kick start Children's Volunteer Health Network (CVHN). Founder Tricia Carlisle-Northcutt's intention was to provide a way for all children to be healthy and happy, but she knew she needed the help and commitment of our entire community.

Since then, CVHN has provided thousands of our children with medical, dental, vision and mental health care. Who could have imagined the enormity of the need right here in South Walton?

Seaside Prize: Symposium, Award and Dinner February 1 & 2

The Seaside Prize is an award given to individuals or organizations that have made significant contributions to the quality and character of communities. The Seaside Institute's founding board members came up with the idea of this award to acknowledge those who had made great strides in moving the new urban movement forward. Each year, the recipient of the award is recognized at a ceremony held in Seaside.

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