First I would like to say Thank You to Cindy Sloan who has so lovingly been your County Coordinator until now. She has left the torch to me to try to keep up with your growing needs.
Hello, My name is Ray Richard and I am your temporary County Coordinator.
If you need help with locating anything or you would like to add something to these pages or any other county.
Please don't hesitate to send me a email just click the contact button above for my address.
We are currently seeking helpers so if you think you might be interrested in working on any of our Florida Counties.
Please contact me. My email address is located above.
Calhoun County was created in 1838. It was named for John C. Calhoun, member of the United States Senate from South Carolina and the seventh U.S. vice president, serving under John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. Typical in the Florida Panhandle, a majority of Calhoun County's residents remain much more attached to Southern culture and lifestyle habits than is common in the Central and Southern regions of the state, and the area holds much more in common with states such as Alabama, Georgia, or Mississippi than with much of Florida.
In 1930 a "federal agent" shot the County Sheriff.
Sad News to report.....
the sad news of our long time friend and leaders passing.
August 05,1943 - September 11,2016
She was a great friend and helped me and many others within our group
learn to create the lovely pages you find here on our sites.
She is missed greatly and will forever live on in our hearts, minds and on our pages.
Rest in Peace your work is done.
Richard is our New President and State Coordinator.
Please bear with him as he quickly gathers the reins to a large undertaking.
We are all sure of his abilty to lead us and help us grow.
Please stay tuned as changes are in the wind!