This show was created by Edmond Alexander (with assistance from Billy Buzzett) to present at the Grayton Beach Homeowners Association meeting in April of 2010. Many of the images in the show came from long time Grayton Beach residents whose families go back for generations. It is hoped that the show will be enjoyed by new generations of residents and visitors and give them a better appreciation of the long history of this tiny and very unique crown jewel of the beautiful Florida Panhandle.

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