Pensacola, Florida
Tuesday August 14th 2018


Winners & Losers 10/11/12


Mitt Romney
The Republican presidential nominee needed a boost to his floundering campaign. The first presidential debate galvanized his supporters and gave him a chance to act presidential, even if it appears Romney was a little loose with the facts about his proposed initiatives. Sometimes it doesn’t matter what you say, just how you say it.

Ed Turner
The long-time Board of Trustees member for the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind was recently recognized for his 31 years of service. During his tenure, Turner led the board in various positions to include Board chair and vice chair. He steered the Board’s Endowment Investment Committee, as the chair, in developing and implementing the school’s investment policies to ensure scholarships were available for graduates to continue with advanced education opportunities and supported significant student activities each school year.

Cherry Fitch
The former principal of Gulf Breeze High School won a seat on the Gulf Breeze City Council last month when no one else filed to run against her. Fitch has served Gulf Breeze for 33 years as a teacher, guidance counselor, assistant principal and principal of Gulf Breeze High School.  She has worked as a realtor for Levin-Rinke Resort Realty since retirement.

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