Thanks to a $5,000 grant from Florida Power & Light, leaders of the nonprofit Baker Block Museum soon will be able to enhance the museum’s outdoor pavilion.
The money will be used to provide electrical service, lights, fans and a cement floor for the pavilion, Museum Executive Director Ann Spann said on Sept. 14.
On Sept. 14, Florida Power & Light officials gave the Baker Block Museum a $5,000 grant that will be used to enhance the museum’s outdoor pavilion. Attendees of the ceremonial check presentation at the museum were: (back row, L-R) FPL Senior Project Manager Brandon Eckard, North Okaloosa Historical Association Board Member Tracy Curenton, NOHA Board Member Doug Hibbing, NOHA President Brenda Russell and NOHA Secretary Stephanie Holcombe; (front row, L-R) Museum supporter Betty Brunson, NOHA Vice President Lucille King, Museum Executive Director Ann Spann, NOHA Board Member Nina Adams, NOHA Treasurer Sharry Rustin and FPL Regional External Affairs Manager Bernard Johnson.
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