2016 In Photos: May

December 31, 2016

Today, we continue our look back at the year 2016 in photos with a look at May.

The Northview Chiefs defeated the Jay Royals  in spring football action.

Work was completed on the replacement of a 75-year old Highway 97 bridge over Little Pine Barren Creek in Walnut Hill.

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office held a  Clean Sweep operation Thursday in the Cottage Hill area.

Clara Gulsby retired after 26 years with the Escambia County Tax Collector’s Office.

The Tate High School Class of 2016 graduated at the Pensacola Bay Center. Valedictorian was Angel Chu.

The Northview High School Class of 2016 graduated in May. Valedictorian was Bethany Reynolds.

The Camp Fire USA Century Youth Learning Center held a graduation program.

A popular Cantonment drive thru coffee shop was temporarily closed after being struck by a vehicle during a traffic accident.

A local couple with cerebral palsy married  in an emotional ceremony in Century.

Bratt Elementary School “Book-aneers” had a chance to visit the “Treasure Library” Friday — a year end treat for students with most “AR” — advanced reader — points.

Reimagine Century breathed new life info Century, where the faithful reached out to touch the hearts and lives of area residents in need.

Northview High School NJROTC Company Commander Cadet LCDR Moriah McGahan was been selected as the Navy JROTC “Top Senior” in the Area 8 Region. She was named the Top Senior from 48 high school NJROTC programs in Northwest Florida.


A state law enforcement dive team from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spent hours searching the bottom of  the Escambia River for a shotgun used by an attempted murder suspect.

Escambia River Electric Cooperative members held their 77nd Annual Meeting Saturday at Northview High School.

The annual Relay for Life of Greater Escambia was held at the Pensacola Fairgrounds.

Work got underway on a $8.5 million project to improve the I-10/U.S. 29 intersection in Escambia County.

A wagon train passed through North Escambia in May, on their way to the Tate FFA rodeo.

Services were held to mark the National Day of Prayer.

Northview High School presented two performance of their spring play “Into the Woods”.

A Crawfish festival was held in Molino.

Mayfest was held in Atmore.

The Tate FFA Alumni Foundation presented their 25th annual rodeo at the James C. Robinson Escambia County Equestrian Center.


The Quintette Community Park May Day Festival was held, including entertainment, arts, crafts, activities and games for the children and several food vendors.

Record crowds attended the Alger-Sullivan Historical Society’s 27th Sawmill Day and Car Show in Century.

The 42nd annual Pen Wheels Fishing Rodeo for the disabled was held  in Walnut Hill.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

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