Besides “Hey, Y’all,” the most common phrase in Tallahassee might be “Go Noles!” or “Go Rattlers!” Collegiate fanfare runs thick in these parts, and there’s nothing quite like the energy come game-time.
In the fall, patrons travel from all over to catch a game in Doak Campbell Stadium or to witness the renowned Marching 100 of Florida A&M perform with precision and panache. But it’s not all about fall ball in Tally. In the winter, the screeching of sneakers on the hardwood court is a welcomed sound. And come summertime, it’s no surprise to find crowds flocking to the local ball fields (with sunscreen in hand) to cheer on their team.
For active adults with a competitive drive, Tallahassee hosts a myriad of sports clubs and prides itself on offering a 5K race just about every weekend. For a bit of variety, the Capital City Senior Games, hosted in part by the City of Tallahassee, holds annual competitions in everything from archery to table tennis.
Tallahassee educators welcomed Loujean Nelson to Tallahassee at a luncheon hosted by Dr. Sally Butzin, founder of the Project CHILD instructional program. Loujean was a Project CHILD teacher in Chicago before her retirement, and several local CHILD educators gathered to celebrate with her. Loujean and her husband Glenn submitted the winning video to the Choose […]
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