LOCAL

COMMUNITY BRIEFS Oct. 8

Staff Writer
The Destin Log
Dr. Reed Harned

Maria Coelle to exhibit at Destin Library

The Destin Library will showcase the work of local artist Maria Coelle Oct. 10-30. The exhibit will highlight the artist’s range of work in the media of watercolor and acrylics.

Coelle was born in Madrid, Spain, and developed her artistic skills working with watercolor and acrylic paints.

Coelle’s works have received many awards: “Timeless” Best of Show (Arts and Design Society) in Fort Walton Beach; “Retiro Park in White” (Pensacola Museum of Art) and “Harvest” (Artel Gallery). In addition, Coelle’s works have been featured at the Annual Seascape Art Show.

Her versatile and unique works come from her appreciation of all the beauty surrounding us and the love for sharing life with other people.

White-Wilson to provide internal medicine care in Destin

To better meet Destin's changing health care needs, White-Wilson will now provide internal medicine care to patients at its Destin Clinic. Long time White-Wilson physician, Dr. Reed Harned has moved his internal medicine practice to the clinic at 99 Airport Road.

"As a Destin resident, I know that there is a great need for internal medicine care in this community," said Dr. Harned. "I am excited to move my practice to our Destin clinic and to provide quality, comprehensive care for adults."

Appointments with Dr. Harned can be scheduled at 850-269-6400.