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United Way and Carrabba's unite with good food

      Carrabba's Italian Grill in Destin opened its doors early on Friday, April 12, for some cooking fun with diners who came to participate in cooking demonstrations and donate to the United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

      Carrabba's Managing Partner Paul Schreiner, a 15-year veteran of the restaurant, welcomed the 50 guests to the event. Schreiner said he has a passion for the restaurant and hospitality. He also believes in community involvement, which he shows by serving on the United Way Board of Directors.

      Following the welcome, guests separated into groups for cooking lessons, complete with recipes furnished by the restaurant. While one group learned to make Marsala wine sauce and grilled chicken, another learned to make sautéed spinach with golden garlic slices and Cozze in Bianco, or steamed mussels in white wine, basil and lemon butter.

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Computer Programmers are Wizards of the Future

     When Louis Erickson came to this country from Spain at the age of 5, he didn’t speak English. He had a bad childhood followed by troubled teenage years. Then he dropped out of school when he was in the 11th grade.

     By the time he was 19, Erickson says he decided he wanted to change. He had to let go of the anger he felt, because life isn’t fair. “There’s nothing you can do about it,” Erickson said. “So you must make yourself better.”

     He got his GED and then went to college, where he received a degree in computer science.

     Erickson delivered this message to a group of about two dozen students in an after school program at the Eleanor J. Johnson Youth Center in Fort Walton Beach.

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Most Power Pioneers Gone but Not Forgotten

     In 2000, as the world readied for the new millennium, CHELCO News looked back at the history of rural electrification in Walton and Okaloosa counties.

     Most of the power pioneers who helped bring electricity to the rural areas for CHELCO are now gone, as are the ones who celebrated its coming, but the importance of their efforts to improve life lives on every time you turn on a light, cook on an electric stove or perform any of the numerous tasks that require electricity.

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Youth Tour

Kathy developed a theme for each year of Youth Tour, which was carried through in the study guide, the t-shirt, and the backpack each student received.

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