The Phlocking News

The Phlocking News
Chartered July 23,2004
Panama City Parrot Head Club
November 5th
PH “Not so Board” Meeting
Triple J (Private Back Room)
2218 Thomas Drive, PCB
All are welcome to attend!
November 6th
1 Rendezvous Meeting 2015
(See Details below)
November 14th
Parrot Head Home Port Party
Runaway Island Beach Grill
14521 Front Bch Rd-PCB
Charity: Governor Stone
Music: Ray Borel
There will be no Phlocking this
month due to the Christmas
Party being on December 6th
November 2nd
Daylight Savings Time Ends
At 2:00am on November 2nd so
Saturday night before you go to
November is the time to Remember and to be
Thankful for all the Wonderful Things in our
The Seas are calming, the Shells are settling…
Fill your Moments with the Tranquil sounds of
our Ocean and the Shining Light of our
Glistening Waters to find a November Peace!
Near or Far our Family and Friends all come
together to make a Great Gathering to
Celebrate our Traditions!
May we Remember those who are away and
serving our Country to keep us safe, keep them
and their Families in our Hearts.
Wishing everyone a Happy and Safe
November… lets Join together to make sure no
one is Forgotten…
Susann Lanier
November 6-9th
2014 Holly Fair @ Boardwalk
Beach Resorts - Have a Holly
Jolly Holly Fair' and will boast
over 80 merchants from all of
the U.S. Come join us for the
most unique shopping
experience of the holiday season.
Parrot Heads “November” Birthdays!
Have a Great Trip around the Sun!
November 7-30th
Friday 4-10pm & Saturday 8am-3pm
Vintage Market Downtown
The market takes place the 1st Friday and
Saturday of the month beginning in April
and continuing through November. Locals
bring their 'vintage' wares for those who
truly know that 'one man's old junk is
another man's treasure' so come and
explore. Who knows treasure you may
find! Info: Panama City Downtown
Improvement Board 850-785-2554
November 11th
Veterans' Day
Veterans Day Ceremony &
Cookout-Panama City Beach
Mission (in the courtyard)
850-769-0783 or visit
November 27th
Thanksgiving Day
November 29th
4th Annual Winterfest
Festivities include craft vendors, food
vendors, a chili cook-off between the
Downtown restaurants, kids’ activities,
and a live band. Be sure to bring your
lawn chairs and blankets to watch
college football on a 20 foot inflatable
screen. Downtown Panama City
(please make sure your e-mail address is correct)
One of the Best Parts of being a Member of the Panama
City Parrothead Club is its Members. As a New Member,
we Party with a Purpose, we are environmentally
conscience, involved in community support.
“We are “Angel’s in Tropical Shirts”
Keep up to date, visit our web site regularly for updates!
We Meet 2 Times a Month 2nd & 4rd Fridays…
January to February is Mardi Gras Season…
The Clubs Big Charity Event is in April a 3 Day
Beach Party…
Hwy Cleanup 4 times a Year…
We do a Shell Island Raft up…
November “Meeting of the Minds” in Key West…
December we have our Club Christmas Party…
Phun Stuff pops up at the last minute stay informed
check; Newsletter, emails, Facebook, Club Website.
If you have comments or suggest contact your
Members at Large;
Notorious Nash or Captain Billy
Welcome our New Members to our Phlock!
What’s Up Mike & Beachey MiMi JoAnn Atkinson
Bad Ass Becky Albarado ~ Wildman Russ Appleton
Red Beard Glen & Brown Eyed Girl Toni Cowan
Bourbon Mike Williams ~ “Doctor D” Michael Daniels
CiCiNator Cheryl Delehanty ~ Grass Hat Joe Huitt
Barb Haer ~ Buddy Pellage
Julia & Jim Grimes ~ Pam & Ken Romine
Gidget Girl Georgette & Magic Mike Gutch
Peggy Sue Phillips ~ Reta Margrita Rohling
Panama City PHC
PO Box 1023
Panama City, FL 32402
~Charity for NOVEMBER 2014~
Governor Stone
We’re on the Web and on
Board of Directors:
Bill Lanier
Vice President:
David Sweany
Tim Cook
Linda Reisdorf
Members at Large:
Nash Phelps & Billy Chambers
Communications Chair:
Susann “Susie” Lanier
[email protected]
To submit Information or
Events to be considered for the
newsletter email:
[email protected]
National Historic Landmark
Built: Pascagoula, Mississippi, 1877
The vessel sank twice; September 26, 1906 hurricane devastated the gulf
coast and caught a fleet of schooners that included the Governor Stone in
Heron Bay, Alabama. Twenty one men were lost. It is rumored that 2
skeletons were found on board when she was finally salvaged. If true,
perhaps they guard the vessel to this day, as she has led a charmed life.
Now the restored vessel is devoted to educational programming and historic
and cultural tourism. As it floats today, Governor Stone embodies maritime
heritage as a moving museum and a reminder of the slower-paced past and
the 130+ year old labor-intensive traditions of the Gulf Coast. Restored
several times and repaired constantly, as befits a wooden seagoing vessel, the
Governor Stone endures.
The vessel was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1991 through
the United States Department of the Interior.
Now owned and maintained by the all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit group
Friends of the Governor Stone, Inc., the vessel sails as an enhancement to
cultural, historical, and ecological education and community events along the
Northern Gulf Coast. Maritime construction explanations are available as well
as the history of the vessel, of the schooner fleet, and of the times and people
that the fleet supported.
Stop by the Publishing Company Museum and include her in the historic
walking tour.
When not on an adventure, the Governor Stone is in St. Andrews, Panama
City, Florida and on view in slip #1by the boat ramp at St. Andrews Marina for
more information: [email protected]
A Special Thank You to those who Donated
Items to last month’s Raffle:
All information must be submitted
no later than the 24th of the
month to make it into the next
“We are Truly Angels in Tropical Shirts”
“Party Marty” just sayin!
“It’s Party Time”…see Who's in the Spy Glass & Where's the
Listen to wise Professor J.B. Parrot, sharing some of his Wisdom
& Jokes!
Stay in the Phlock to be aware of Phun with Parrot Head
Phriends everywhere!
Club web page @ or Face Book at “Panama City Parrot Head Club” to see pictures
from various events and phun times!
“Notes to Post”
Thursday November 6th
1st RENDEZVOUS 2015 MEETING 6:00pm
“10th Trip Around the Sun”
{This will be our 10th Year Anniversary of Rendezvous}
{The early Parrot always catches the Phun}
Place: Harbour Village Condo Club Room (Downstairs)
3001 W 10th St – Off of Beck Ave. St Andrews next to Marina
Host: President Bill Lanier & Member at Large Billy Chambers
“Parrot Head Central”
When you see this Sign come by and “TCB” -Take Care of Business!
You can Join our Club, Sign up a Phriend, Renew your Membership, Pick up your
Name Tag, Get your Ticket to our Christmas Party, Buy Raffle Tickets, Sign Up
to Volunteer, Sign up to Join an Event and Register for Rendezvous and get Information on
anything ParrotHead!!!!
Meet our New Green Parrot Chairperson
“Vicki Mudd”
She will be leading our Collective Environmental Awareness for our Community. Our club is
Environment Phriendly; we have our own stretch of Highway from Margaritaville to Bid a Wee
Beach that we clean quarterly. The Green Parrot is in charge of organizing the Highway and
Shell Island clean up events. So be sure to Watch for the Call…from Vicki when she needs our
help keeping our part of “Paradise Clean and Tidy”…Thank you Vicki for stepping up!
“Jingle Bell Rockin the Phlock Christmas Party”
December 6th
Pineapple Willy’s Pier Bar
6pm – till your sock come off
Buffet of Rockin Ribs - Shrimp a Chillin and more!
“The Christmas Party Doctor will be in the House”
Members Only $10
(If you are bringing a non member they must sign up to be a member for $20+10=$30)
“Must be paid in advance- No pay at the Door”
Can be paid at the BOD meeting November 5th or November 14th Home Port Party
Mail to: PO Box 1023, Panama City, Fl 32402
Get your Bells on and Jingle all the Way…
The Spy Glass Presents
Bwana Ray Borel
Presenting our Phriend Bwana Ray Borel brings you his acoustic mix of
Tropical tunes and songs of other artists including some Buffett influences thrown in, acoustic
rock, folk, and country songs from the 70’s through todays Music. Ray has played for our Club
many times and each time is a new experience he adds songs to his repartee…he has played by
my request several songs including “Island in the Sun” looking forward to hearing some Ray Play!
We need a New Parade Chairperson!
If you Love a Parade and Who doesn’t…we need you!
“Christmas Parade & 2015 Mardi Gras Parades”
Contact Bill Lanier at: [email protected]
The Tail End
Professor Jimmy Buffett’s Quiz!
Q: What do you get when you cross a parrot and a centipede?
A: A walkie-talkie.
Q: What figure describes a lost parrot?
A: A polygon!
Q: What do you get when you cross a parrot with a shark?
A: an animal that talks your head off.
What JB song is this From?
Never look back, that's what he swore
I'll take my pony to the shore
Somewhere, Somewhere
Leave my cares behind
Take my own sweet time
Ocean's on my mind…
See you along the way…Phinz up & Safe Sailing while having Phun!
*Panama City Parrot Head Club takes no responsibility if information provided to our Newsletter committee is incorrect. While we strive to
make sure all information is correct, some errors are beyond our control.