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It’s Spring Break Time!

Spring break is upon us. The beaches get busier and our sleepy town comes alive with an influx of college students and families seeking out the sun and surf. It is also a time when lifeguards and rescue crews are busy saving lives. Although the water may look relatively calm and waves are not high, that does not mean it is not dangerous to swim. Rip tides are prevalent and if you do not know what to do when caught in one, it can turn tragic very quickly.

Below are some safety tips along with a synopsis of schools and when they are on break. Have a great Spring Break, have fun, and stay safe!


March 4th -10th

Notre Dame, Auburn University, University of Georgia, Tulane, the University of South Carolina, and the University of Florida.

March 11th – 17th

The University of Texas, Texas Tech University, the University of Tennessee, the University of North Carolina, Mississippi State University, the University of Kentucky, Duke University, University of Central Florida, Vanderbilt University, Ohio State, Troy State University, University of Nebraska, University of Mississippi, University of Alabama, Florida State University, LSU, Florida A&M University, University of Florida and the University of Miami.

March 18th – 24th

Clemson University, University of Arkansas, and Hofstra University.


March 11th- 17th

Houston Independent School District, Texas, Huntsville Alabama Public Schools, Tennessee (Bristol, Franklin, Nashville, Knoxville County, Shelby, Sevier County) Public Schools, and Bay County Public Schools.

March 18th – 24th

Walton County Public Schools, Okaloosa County Public Schools

March 25th – April 1st

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and Birmingham Public Schools, Jefferson County Schools, Dothan City Schools, Alabama.

April 1st – 8th

Georgia (Atlanta Public Schools, Marietta, Dekalb, Cobb, Fulton, Forsyth, Gwinnett, and Valdosta), Houston, Texas County Schools, and Kentucky (Bowling Green, Jefferson County, Louisville, Lexington), Jefferson Parrish Schools, Louisana.

April 9th – 14th

St. Tammany Public Schools and East Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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Stacey Petrucci

Representing local and soon to be local homeowners, Stacey is committed to listening to her client’s needs and utilizing her keen negotiating skills to ensure a successful transaction. She understands the numerous intangible benefits of living in the area, with its enviable weather, diverse ecosystems, coastal dune lakes, and amazing beaches. Stacey is well connected and active in the community. When not working real estate, she enjoys time with her family and pets.

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