Bay County's not the only one celebrating 100 years. They're joined by a neighbor in the Panhandle, Port St. Joe.
The city's official centennial celebration is July 1, but they're kicking things off with a concert. Port St. Joe mayor, Mel Magidson, and Robin Downs, of the band Go Big or Go Home, stopped by News 13 This Morning to talk about the event. It will be held on May 11 from 2 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at George Core Park in Port St. Joe. Admission is $10 for people 12 years of age and older.
Besides Down's Go Big or Go Home band, Charlie and Dana Black will be performing. The Nashville, Tenn. singers now call Gulf County their home. Charlie won a Grammy for writing "Shadows in the Moonlight" for Anne Murray. Those acts will be joined by a few notable others, including The Villagers.