Pensacola, Florida
Tuesday August 14th 2018


Winners & Losers 7/19/18

Joe Zarzaur
The Escambia-Santa Rosa Bar Association honored the Pensacola attorney with the 2018 Michael Doubek Community Service Award for Zarzaur’s commitment to the local community. The bar association recently renamed the award for Michael Doubek for his tireless stewardship of the ESRBA and the high standard he set for its members. Zarzaur’s most recognized philanthropic activity has been “Legal Graffiti,” an event hosted at Zarzaur Law during each Gallery Night where people make donations to create artwork on recycled billboard vinyl on the side of the Zarzaur Law building using spray paint. Donations are matched by the firm and given to local charities.

Rob Williamson
The Santa Rosa County District 4 commissioner was elected recently second vice president of the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) executive committee during the association’s annual business meeting. Williamson joins newly installed FAC president Hendry County; Commissioner Karson Turner; president-elect, Leon County Commissioner Nick Maddox; first vice president, Palm Beach County Mayor Melissa McKinlay; and immediate past president, Charlotte County Commissioner Christopher Constance.

2018 Donut Strike 4
Manna Food Pantries hauled in the equivalent of 34,707 pounds of food thanks to the Pensacola Police Department, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, the Pensacola Fire Department and Escambia County Fire Rescue. The four agencies steered clear of donuts from June 20-22 and visited local supermarkets to take donations. The result is a grand total of 26,030 meals donated to neighbors in need. The 2018 figure surpasses last year’s amount by more than 9,000 pounds.

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