Holiday Posts

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Bay County July 4th CelebrationsWe'd like to wish everyone a happy, healthy, safe and memorable July 4th celebration and thank our military veterans past and present for their service!

Here's what's happening around Bay County, Florida as we know it...

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Pier Park

Fireworks, music and special events are planned at Pier Park. Family fun includes free concerts, contests and fireworks!

Several bands will be spread throughout the property. Admission is free and open to the public.

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Panama City Marina

Come celebrate Independence Day at the Panama City Marina with great live music, lots of food, and plenty of vendors. Home Depot will also have a kids workshop for the young ones to build something of their own. The night will end with a

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Here are my annual Christmas safety tips!

I wish everyone a Merry, healthy and safe Holiday Season!

It's the holiday season and whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah (Channukah) or other holiday, Merry Christmas from Jennifer Mackay and the Panama City Realty Grouphere are a few common sense safety tips to help keep you and your family safe...

Decorating

  • Never use lighted candles near trees, boughs, curtains/drapes, or with any potentially flammable item.
  • Wear gloves while decorating with spun glass “angel hair.” 
  • You can substitute non-flammable cotton for "angel hair"
  • When displaying a tree, cut off about two inches off the trunk and put the tree in a sturdy, water-holding stand.
  • Keep the tree stand filled with water so the tree does not dry out quickly.
  • Stand your tree away from
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Here are my annual Chanukah safety tips!

I wish everyone a happy, healthy and safe Holiday Season!

Chanukah (Hanukkah) is a time for celebration and known as the Festival of Lights! Happy Chanukay from Jennifer Mackay and the Panama City Realty Group

Here are some simple common sense safety tips to an help keep you and your family safe and healthy throughout your Chanukah (Hanukkah) festivities.

Fire Safety

  •   Avoid leaving burning candles in the Menorah unattended.
  • Place the Hanukkah menorah out of the reach of small children and curious pets. The flames from lighted candles and oils can not only burn tots and pets, but can create a fire hazard threatening the safety of other members in the household.
  • Small children should always be watched while the menorah is being lit and while the candles are
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Happy Thanksgiving day to all my past, present and future customers and clients.

May your day be filled with happy, healthy friends and family and lots of food for all LOL!

Be safe, have fun and enjoy yourself and of course as always...

Here are my annual Thanksgiving day safety tips which may assist you in having a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday!

  • Avoid leaving your food unattended while frying or grilling.
  • Use a timer and remember to check for doneness whatever you’re cooking
  • If frying or deep-frying, keep the fryer outside, away from walls, and free from moisture. You don't want to be the one the News this year
  • Never place a glass casserole or lid on a lit stove or burner, as it may shatter and explode from the heat.
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Panama City Florida Memorial Day On this day, we celebrate our freedom by remembering those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the United Stats of America's armed forces!

The opportunity to get together with family and friends is borne on the back of those brave heroes who unselfishly gave everything so that we can enjoy the freedoms we cherish today!

But today is not only to remember those who have passed, but also those have stood and are standing in harms way to protect us from threats and assaults on the freedoms we enjoy!

So while you enjoy your cookout, bbq or other celebration this weekend, please take a moment of your time to remember why you are able to enjoy these celebrations every May.

On behalf of the Panama City Realty Group and myself I would

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Chanukah (Hanukkah) is a time for celebration and known as the Festival of Lights! Happy Chanukay from Jennifer Mackay and the Panama City Realty Group

Here are some simple common sense safety tips to an help keep you and your family safe and healthy throughout your Chanukah (Hanukkah) festivities.

Fire Safety

  •   Avoid leaving burning candles in the Menorah unattended.
  • Place the Hanukkah menorah out of the reach of small children and curious pets. The flames from lighted candles and oils can not only burn tots and pets, but can create a fire hazard threatening the safety of other members in the household.
  • Small children should always be watched while the menorah is being lit and while the candles are burning
  • Keep children busy with games (Dreidel) or with eating a festive meal, or a steady latkes and
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Thank you to our Veterans from the Panama City Realty GroupI’d like to take a moment to give thanks to all men and woman everywhere who have served and are currently serving our country and the Military.

Without your unyielding devotion and dedication to our great country I would not be able to enjoy the freedoms for which you have so valiantly fought.

I believe many current and future citizens of the United States feel the same way as I and sometimes we either forget or are unsure of how to show our appreciation.

So just a small thank you to all the military personel and families for being there when you’ve been called to place your life on the line so that I may enjoy the liberty and freedom that we have become accustomed.

Your allegiance to our great country does not go unnoticed and is greatly

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Panama City Real Estate | Halloween Fun

I was speaking with a friend from Alaska yesterday, and Halloween came up in the conversation.

I asked if they were expecting a lot of Trick or Treaters and they told me no, bu they were going to the local Trunk or Treat!

I asked them what the heck is Trunk of Treat?

I was surprised to find out that in many areas today, people decorate their cars and trunks and hatchbacks and bring their children - the kids get to Trick or Treat in safe and crowded area untiPanama City Florida Trunk or Treatl a given time and then it all gets shut down.

I found this to be verty interesting!

Do you have Trunk or Treating where you are?

 If so, please post some pics!

I personally think this is a great idea and would to see it become a popular event in Bay County, Florida!

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Here are some local Halloween events for the whole family.  Bring the kids and have a great Halloween time...Panama City | Things to do on Halloween

  • "The city church @ northside 530 Airport RD. They are having an Outdoor Festival. They have many things going on and many people attend./ Games and candy, snow cones and popcorn etc etc. No charge for anything. Everyone is welcome.
  • Pumpkin Carving, wed. Night @ the Annex call 785- 6137 for more details.
  • Hiland Park Baptist Church has a Fall Festival on Halloween to give kids a safe alternative to trick-or-treating. Fun for the whole family. Free food, popcor
  • The Panama.City Mall is a great place to go trick or treating!
  • On October 30 from 4-6pm First Baptist Church Panama City (downtown) is having a Fall Festival. Lots of FREE
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Bay County July 4th CelebrationsWe'd like to wish everyone a happy, healthy, safe and memorable July 4th celebration.

Here's what's happening around Bay County, Florida...

PANAMA CITY BEACH

Grand Lagoon

The Grand Lagoon Freedom Rocks celebration will take place on July 3rd, 2016. The event will feature an evening of music, fireworks, and freedom! The fireworks display will take place at 9pm.

Come early and dine at any Freedom Rocks participating waterfront restaurant or rock a spot with a gorgeous view on the Grand Lagoon Bridge.

Pier Park

Fireworks, music and special events are planned at Pier Park. Family fun includes free concerts, contests and fireworks!

Several bands will be spread throughout the property. Admission is free and open to the public.

PANAMA CITY

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