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Creative Learning Academy is hosting the Bayou Hills Run on Saturday, March 7 in Bayview Park, beginning at 7:30am. The event features a 5K run, 10K run, and 1 mile Kids Run that begins and ends at Bayview Park. The run continues to grow with close to 1,000 participants each year.

The Bayou Hills Run was established in 1978 with the mission to engage our students and families to develop a healthy lifestyle through running. Since then, the success of the run has enabled us to expand our mission to inspire, encourage and involve all families of the community around an event that promotes health and fitness through recreational running and walking.

Following the race, there will be an awards ceremony and post-race party with music, Chick-fil-A sandwiches, water, and Bud Light for those 21+ years of age.

In person registrations may be done at Running Wild, 3012 E. Cervantes St, Pensacola. Packet pickup is Friday, March 6th at Running Wild from 2p - 6p and Saturday, March 7th at Bayview Park 6a - 7a.

For more information or to register, go to, or contact Marilyn Smith at 850-432-1768 or



The Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce (GCAACC) will present its first annual Women of Power Business Conference and Luncheon. The venue for this event will be the Crowne Plaza Pensacola Grand Hotel on March 14th. The month of March marks the celebration of Women’s History Month.

The conference aims to provide a unique opportunity for professional women of the Gulf Coast region to reconnect, to rejuvenate, and to be inspired. This event will include a panel of women who are some of our local community’s top pillars.

There will be two sets of panel guests which will include: Tina Morrison, Executive Director of the Perdido Key Chamber of Commerce; Nicole Stacey, President/CEO of The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce; Kristen Loera, President/CEO of the Gulf Breeze Area Chamber of Commerce; Nicole Dixon, Executive Director of the Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce; and moderator Robin Reshard, writer, producer, speaker, host, and owner of Robino’s Production.

The second panel will include the executive editor of the Pensacola News Journal, Lisa Nellessen-Lara; Dr. Kim LaDuff, Chief Diversity/Associate Vice Provost for Equity, Diversity and International Programs at the University of West Florida; Harriett Wyer, a Biologics Sales Specialist with MedIumme Inc., Kimberly Wyatt, News Director, WEAR TV 3 / WFGX My 35 and more.

The women from these two panels will discuss and share their perspectives on topics of business, entrepreneurship, community, and lifestyle. These distinguished women will share a wealth of expertise and experiences from various career backgrounds.

The conference will include vendors, conference souvenirs, lunch, panel discussions, and networking with some of the Gulf Coast’s top executives, business leaders, and business professionals. Our special guest and keynote speaker will be American film and television actress/producer, business-woman Vivica A. Fox.

Fox will deliver an inspirational speech along with a questions-and-answers session for our attendees.Fox has been featured in several top box office hit films such as Independence Day, Set it Off, Kingdom Come, Batman and Robin, Double Take, Why Do Fools Fall in Love, Juwanna Mann, and many more films and television shows such as Dancing With The Stars. She is currently a cast member of Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice show. She has also co-starred with some of Hollywood’s hottest actors, including Academy Award winning Jamie Foxx, Halle Berry, Whoopi Goldberg and Academy Award nominees Will Smith, Uma Thurman, and Queen Latifah.

This exciting one day event will be a chance to develop friendships, gain new insights, and network with likeminded women. Seating is limited so purchase your tickets ASAP. Tickets can be purchased by calling the GCAACC office at (850)438-3993 or visit the website at Please tell a friend, family or colleague that might be interested in attending The Women of Power Business Conference & Luncheon.



The Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) is pleased to announce Color in Freedom: Journey Along the Underground Railroad, February 6-April 4. Color in Freedom consists of four movements that track the flow of events in the lives of those who traveled along the Underground Railroad: The Unknown World, Living in Bondage - Life on the Plantation, The Journey of Escape, and finally, Color in Freedom.

Artist Joseph Holston’s visual interpretation and expression of human experiences and emotions within the framework of this distinct period in American history captures the essence of the courage and determination required to escape, enhances understanding of the condition of slavery and explores the powerful instinct toward freedom.

Holston's uses the power of color organized into compositions that relate to a physical environment, specifically to the locations where travelers followed the Underground Railroad.

Holston’s career has spanned more than 35 years. He has exhibited across the United States, including the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum in Washington, DC.

Our Voices Are Many will be performing Freedom Songs, Dances & Poetry inspired by musical & literary works from this period on Saturday, March 21, 2pm. Free Days at the Pensacola Museum of Art: Feb. 21 & March 21.

Color in Freedom was developed by University of Maryland University College and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC.

Museum hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10am - 5pm. The Museum is closed on Sunday and Monday. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 children 17 & under, military, and seniors. Admission is free for Museum members. For more information about the Museum call (850) 432-6247, visit the website at or log on to Facebook at

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