Joshua “Showtime” Williams & Tallahassee Nights Live Concert



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Allow me to reintroduce myself. They call me “Showtime” and along with the rest of Tallahassee Nights Live we shut down the capitol city in Florida! 4th of July Concert at Tom Brown Park. Just a compilation of what you missed!!!!

#JustinTimberlake #BrunoMars #24k #CantStopTheFeeling #Trolls #Dreamworks #Tallahassee #TNL #DReelProductions #dance #dancer #singer #entertainer #choreography #mtv #bet

Tallahassee Automobile Museum with Lincoln’s Hurst (Rare Tour By DeVoe Moore)



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DeVoe Moore found his love for collecting when he started his first knife collection at the age of 9. (He’s still collecting!) This love quickly grew to include cars. During his Junior year of high school, he customized his brother’s 1951 Ford two-door hardtop. While still in high school he had a 1933 Ford Coupe chopped and channeled with an Oldsmobile motor. This car would “outrun anything” in Tampa, Florida. Then came a 1953 Mercury Monterey two-door hardtop. He and three of his high school buddies rolled this car smashing the top down against the seats. These acquisitions and activities were just the start of a lifelong passion for the craftsmanship seen in automobiles and other collections he has assembled. A furtherance of this passion is to ensure the children of today have an opportunity to visit the past, to be “Wowed” and evoke an interest in their own history and potential.
Born in Spring Creek, North Carolina in 1939, DeVoe Moore spent his early childhood in Greeneville, Tennessee prior to moving to Tampa, Florida where he graduated high school. His formal education started at Andrew College in Cuthbert, Georgia and was completed at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Devoe is married to Shirley McEwan. They have two daughters and six grandchildren. He has made Tallahassee his home since 1961.
DeVoe has been involved in numerous land acquisitions and has been self-employed with various businesses over the years. Some of his businesses have included Fleet Supply, Inc., Florida Georgia White Truck Sales, ABAC Auto Parts, Baker Alford Auto Parts, Certified Automotive Warehouse, Airport Industrial Park, Fort Knox Storage, Cross Creek Golf Course and the Tallahassee Automobile Museum.
Through the years, he has served and continues to serve the local community through his involvement in many different organizations, his church and serving as a Board Member of various community foundations and has been honored in a variety of ways by various organizations.
Some of the most recent honors include, helping to establish the DeVoe L. Moore Center in the College of Social Sciences in 1996. The Center’s purpose is to help students study how government rules and regulations affect free enterprise and property rights. He has also provided numerous endowed scholarships to assist athletes and other students.
In 2005, he received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from Florida State University as recognition of his personal achievements and his generosity toward generations of young people seeking a higher education.
In 2009, the East Coast Drag Times Hall of Fame inducted DeVoe into the prestigious group of people who participate in motorsports racing. He was honored for his contribution to the motorsports heritage through the museum.
In 2010, DeVoe was honored to have the University Center building named after him as part of the expansion of Doak Campbell Stadium at Florida State University.
In 2012, DeVoe was inducted into the Florida State University Athletic Hall of Fame for his gracious contribution to the University and Athletic Department, inspiring others to do the same.
In DeVoe’s spare time he enjoys working his farm which includes water buffalo and goats, working his pastureland, and speaking to community groups and associations about free enterprise and the museum. In addition to these interests, DeVoe’s businesses could certainly be considered ‘hobbies’ to him.

Nativity Play by MAT kids, Malayalee Association of Tallahassee fl



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Directed by Sheeja George
Cast:
Mary-Luxmi Narayan
Angel -Sneha Giri
Joseph-Jeff John
Inn-keeper-Bryan George
Shepherds- Jonathan George, Justin John, Nihal Kallathil
Kings- Danny Alex, Jeffrey George, Joel John
Narrator- Siddharth Anil
Drummer Boys – Benjamin George, Shreyas Narayanan

NE Tallahassee – Property Land Sale at Online Auction



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Property Land Sale of 10+/-Ac at Online Auction Ending 11/29. NE Tallahassee Real Estate property. Land Sale is now live at acreage is located in great area of Leon County, Florida off Centerville & Proctor Roads on Haylee Blair Lane, Tallahassee, FL 32309. Powered by iNational Auction Productions, High Velocity Marketing produced by Myers Jackson FL AB2845, FL AU2726 10%BP. Additional real estate property & land sales now live on our auction website or call 800-711-9175.

Jean & Loudine Pierre Wedding | Haitian Cultural Club of Tallahassee | June 15th



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Loudine Pierre

June 15th
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1st of 3 Weddings

2nd Wedding Diego & Sonie
July 19th 2014
Tallahassee, FL
Official All White Party
Southside Arts Complex

WHAT IS THE HAITIAN CULTURAL CLUB?

The Haitian Cultural Club, also known as HCC, is a registered school organization on the college campuses of Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Florida State University (FSU). As well as having active members from both of these campuses, we also have active members at Tallahassee Community College (TCC). Plans are in place to restore HCC’s status as a recognized student organization at TCC as well. In addition to student members, a number of university faculty and staff members, as well as alumni and members of the Tallahassee community at large are active members. In the past, HCC has also participated in events with HCC alumni living outside the Tallahassee area.

HCC welcomes members of all ages and of all racial, ethnic, national, religious, and cultural backgrounds. Meetings and other events and activities are conducted in English, but those who wish to learn or improved their knowledge of Haitian Kreyol will find opportunities to do so. HCC provides a “Haitian home away from home” for Haitian and Haitian-American members and an opportunity for others to experience first-hand the rich and vibrant culture of Haiti. HCC offers many events and activities throughout the year. Members, prospective members, and friends are invited to participate in our many events and activities.