May Business of the Month 2017
Dr. Richard Jacobs came to area as an engineer, he fell in love with both Gulf Breeze and a local girl, his wife Kim Jacobs. After deciding to make a career change and attend chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic, he returned to Gulf Breeze and established Jacobs Chiropractic in Dec 2006. Dr. John Neff who attended Palmer with Dr. Jacobs was returning to the U.S. to marry his now wife, Brittany Neff, after running multiple clinics in Mexico. Dr Jacobs took that opportunity to recruit Dr. Neff to the office and has now been a part of the Jacobs Chiropractic family since January 2013. The most recent chiropractor to join the practice, Dr. Parick Saden, graduated from Palmer in 2012. During his studies, Dr. Saden shadowed Dr. Jacobs and was later employed as a chiropractic assistant while taking his boards and officially joined our team as a chiropractor upon completion." Their doctors use an old school, hands-on approach with their chiropractic adjustments, based on the pioneering clinical research and work of Dr. Clarence Gonstead. This means there are no extensive tests, no drug therapy, no needles or scalpels. It is simply decreasing inflammation locally to allow your body to use its own inborn potential to heal. This technique applies to more than just the spine. Extremities may be adjusted as well (shoulders, ankles, wrists, thumbs, etc.). These adjustments are safe for everyone from new born infants to 94-year-old great-grandmothers. In addition to adjustments they offer deep tissue massage and other soft tissue rehabilitation therapies, as well as a wide range of supplements to improve their patients’ wellness.
Please join us in congratulating our May Business of the Month, Jacob's Chiropractic & Wellness Center.
2017 Business of the Month WinnersJanuary - Plastic Engraving
February - Gulf Breeze Electric Company
March - Lamar Advertising
April - FSi Group
Nonprofit of the Quarter - 1st Quarter
Community Life United Methodist Church
You may know Community Life Church as the former Soundside Campus of Gulf Breeze UMC, located in MIDWAY. In January of last year, they became a stand-alone United Methodist Church. They quickly rose to become one of the top performing Methodist churches in their conference and continue full steam ahead through 2017. Their team attributes their success to their growing ministries and supportive team of active volunteers.
This year, they were chosen as one of the host sites for Tim Tebow’s NIGHT TO SHINE event. NIGHT TO SHINE is a worldwide movement where churches from around the globe host a prom centered on God’s love for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. Community Life Church, with the support of The Tim Tebow Foundation and countless volunteers created an unforgettable prom night experience for the special needs community from Okaloosa to Escambia. The outpouring of support from sponsors and volunteers was amazing and the need to provide services and love for the Special Needs community was evident. They hosted 173 guests and 362 volunteers for NIGHT TO SHINE and created a lifelong memory that staff, volunteers and guests will never forget.
In addition to Night to Shine, Community Life Church has become the hub of activity for many of our neighbors. Students gather for sports and music lessons. Adults enjoy exercising and attending a wide range of classes. People find faith and share life together right here in the heart of our community while attending church and discovering a greater purpose in life.
Please join us in congratulating our Nonprofit of the Quarter for the 1st Quarter 2017, Community Life United Methodist Church!
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