Dr. Richard M. Hough, Sr.
Criminology and Criminal Justice
co-author of American Homicide published by SAGE, 2016
11000 University Parkway 85/160 Pensacola, FL 32514
Phone Pensacola campus 850.857.6413 Fax 850.474.2334 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1999, Emerald Coastkeeper is one of 240 (and counting) member organizations of the Waterkeeper Alliance. We are a grassroots organization that monitors four main watersheds in the Florida Panhandle. Our mission is to investigate, educate and protect our right to swimmable. fishable and drinkable water. We believe that healthy waterways are directly connected to healthy communities and healthy people.
In our four watersheds, you will find many springs, creeks, rivers, bayou’s, bays and of course, the Gulf of Mexico.
Pollution can happen anywhere, not just from large industires. Some of the greatest concerns in our region stem from residential pollution.
Some of the more common culprits are septic system failure, erosion and sedimentation, nutrient loading from fertilizers, red tide, heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, (PCBs) lead, mercury, animal wastes, industrial paint source discharge, oil spills, commercial vessel pollution, residential development, and household garbage.
Protecting our waterways and drinking water from contaminants is everyone’s responsibility. We can’t do it alone…we need your help!
Feel free to contact us if you want to volunteer or to report a problem. We look forward to creating a healthy community with you!
WE ARE LOCATED AT
P.O. Box 13283
Pensacola, Fl 32591
Donna Kirby / Vice President Operational Development
In December 2010, Quint and Rishy Studer announced their purchase of the Carolina Mudcats, the Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The Double-A team will move from Zebulon, North Carolina to Pensacola beginning in 2012. The Pensacola franchise will remain in Minor League Baseball’s Southern League.
“I am extremely proud and excited for the actions that are being announced today,” said Quint Studer. “Bringing affiliated baseball to Pensacola will continue to add to the rich sports history that already exists in the area. Seeing the future stars of Major League baseball in a fun, family friendly atmosphere will bring a new level of enthusiasm for the citizens of Pensacola and Northwest Florida.”
The new home of the Reds Double-A affiliate will be located at Blue Wahoos Park, the premier waterfront mixed use development on the Gulf Coast. The team will play the 2011 season in North Carolina before relocating to the new state-of-the-art facility starting in April of 2012. The Class A-Advanced club moving to North Carolina in 2012 will retain the Carolina Mudcats name.
“The Southern League is one of the most respected leagues within baseball. With this move we are joining several upstanding franchises, including the Mobile BayBears who graciously allowed us to share their territory to make this all possible for the City of Pensacola. It is an honor to be associated with a league that boasts talented alumni like Chipper Jones, Joey Votto, Alex Rodriguez, Tim Hudson and Miguel Cabrera,” added Studer.
The vision of Northwest Florida Professional Baseball, LLC (aka the Pensacola Blue Wahoos) is to operate the most successful professional sports franchise in the United States. Local ownership and management are committed to achieving this by emphasizing the following five basic pillars:
We believe that our core values accurately communicate the things that drive us as an organization. As members of the Northwest Florida Professional Baseball, LLC organization, we are expected to live the values and embrace the spirit of our behavior standards.
Living the values is essential to create an environment that reinforces our dedication to our values/mission.
The importance of core values:
- Core values are part of the ideology so deeply held that they will never be compromised
- The core values of the company will withstand any change in leadership
- Future employees are hired with similar values
- These values guide all behaviors, guidelines, and standards
- We continually ask ourselves if decisions or activities are in alignment with our core values
Our core values:
Teamwork: Respectfully caring for each other and those we serve
Respect: Humility in our successes and grace in our challenges
Integrity: Honesty and integrity in all our interactions
Generosity: Being thankful for and sharing our opportunities and blessings
Learning: Passionately pursuing making a difference in professional baseball by being a lifelong learner and teacher
About the Southern League
The Southern League of Professional Baseball Clubs is one of the oldest and most respected leagues within professional sports with roots dating back to 1885. The League is currently home to ten teams located in the South.
The ten teams and their affiliates include: Blue Wahoos (Cincinnati Reds); Biloxi Shuckers (Milwaukee Brewers); Birmingham Barons (Chicago White Sox); Chattanooga Lookouts (LA Dodgers); Jackson Generals (Seattle Mariners); Jacksonville Suns (Florida Marlins); Mississippi Braves (Atlanta Braves); Mobile BayBears (Arizona Diamondbacks); Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay Rays); and Tennessee Smokies (Chicago Cubs). The 2012 season is set to open on April 5th.