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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Sometimes published during Apr. 1984 as: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
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John Alley believed found


DAutopsy

By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin @srpressgazette.comn
Monday morning a plea
went .out to the public
attending a Memorial Day
Service in downtown
Milton for help in locating
a missing serviceman from
:NAS Whiting Field.
Later that afternoon the
family and friends of
Second Lt. John Alley got
some news, but it wasn't


expected to

the news they were holding
out hope for.
Pensacola Police
believe a 16-year-old male
who was fishing and walk-
ing along the shoreline dis-
covered the body of Alley
in Escambia Bay Monday
morning.
An autopsy is being
done to determine positive
identification and the cause
of death, according to a


be completed this week on body found in bay


release issued by the
Pensacola Police
Department.
"It's a sad situation and
we've been in contact with
the family and the base
command," said Assistant
Chief Chip W. Simmons.
"We're left with a lot of.
questions and are doing our
best to try and answer
them.
Alley, 26 of Milton,


was last seen at Whiting
Field on Friday wearing a
green pilot flight suit.
Saturday morning
Alley's car was found
totaled on Scenic Highway
after it has been involved in
a single car accident.
Alley was believed to
have been southbound on
Scenic Highway Saturday
morning when his car
crossed the centerlines and


hit a guardrail, according to
a release from the PPD.
Pensacola Police were
initially notified of the
crash around 5:30 a.m.
Saturday after Alley's
locked 1996 Toyota Corolla
was found abandoned on
Scenic Highway.
According to Sgt. Mike
Simmons the body was
found in the water around
11:30 a.m. Monday about


one-half mile north of
Summit Drive.
There was no word on
when the autopsy would be
completed and a positive
identification made.
The teen that found the
body ran and notified some
nearby searchers who have
been working with police
in trying to find the Second
Lieutenant stationed at
Whiting Field.


State will not



charge mother


By JENI SENTER

The State Attorney's
Office announced on Friday
no charges will be officially
charged against Erin Markes,
the 19 year old mother of a
four-year-old critically ill
child. Markes was scheduled
to appear in court for her
criminal arraignment today.
Markes was arrested on
March 28 after lawmen in
Santa Rosa County alleged
she neglected her son. At the
request of the State
Attorney's Office her
arraignment had been post-
poned multiple times.
Assistant State Attorney Will
.Nelson had said the State
needed additional time to
complete its investigation
into the allegations of felony
neglect.
President of the National
Lissencephaly Network
Dianna Fitzgerald had
planned to travel to Santa
Rosa County along with
other representatives from
the national organization to


support Markes during her
criminal trial. Fitzgerald
says "We are still behind
Erin 100%."
In a press release sent
out on Friday, Assistant State
Attorney Anne Patterson
said "Further investigation
into the facts and circum-
stances surrounding the
alleged offense has revealed
insufficient evidence to
prove the charge [of neglect]
beyond a reasonable doubt."
According to the State
Attorney's. Office, the inves-
tigation revealed Markes had
been a caring and efficient
caretaker up until moving to
Florida from Missouri. "The
initial investigation by law
enforcement and DCF
seemed to indicate that since
coming to Florida, Erin's
efforts to provide for Jaden
may have waned.
"While sufficient evi-
dence existed to satisfy the
probable cause requirement
to secure a lawful warrant
for arrest, the state faces a
See MARKES Page 7A


Marines honored,


Erin Yaggy (left) gives a hug to Tara Prezioso Monday dur-
ing a special ceremony at the Santa Rosa Veterans
Memorial Plaza to remember their loved ones, two Marines
stationed at NAS Whiting Field who died this past March in
a training flight mishap. More on Page 5A


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Remembering the fallen in Santa Rosa County












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Hundreds gathered for the Memorial Day ceremonies at the
Santa Rosa County Veteran's Plaza in Milton. (Left) NAS
a y i g TWhiting Field Commander Enrique Sadsad addresses those
in attendance as the featured speaker, while (above) WWII
, ... veterans Joe Padgett and Frank Swanner bow their heads
:during a moment of prayer. (Top) Members of the NAS

SRiverwalk as part of Monday's holiday events.

Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin



Sheriffs office re-opens withered for investigation
Sheriff's office-re-opeens investigation


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's office is awaiting
new information as they are
preparing to review the
investigation into the death
of a Navarre youth.
Last Tuesday, Ms.
Melody Schmitt and her
spokesman David Craig met
with Santa Rosa County
Sheriff Wendell Hall in an
attempt to review the investi-
gation of her son's accidental
drowning back on Feb. 18 of
last year.
This past May the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Office
closed the case of 21-year-
old Joshua Michael
Whittier's death after ruling


it an accidental, drowning.
According to the report
in May of last year, Whittier
died as a result of an acciden-
tal drowning with a contribu-
tory cause of cocaine intoxi-
cation.
Officials determined
Whittier had levels of alco-
hol and cocaine in his system
that would have impaired his
ability to balance, swim, or
tread water.
The cocaine level in
Whittier's system indicated
recent cocaine usage prior to
his drowning following the
Mardi Gras celebration on
Navarre Beach.
According to Santa Ross
Sheriff's Office Assistant
Public Information Officer


Marc Ward,. three different
agencies, namely the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office,
Medical Examiner's Office,
and the First Judicial State
Attorney's Office, conducted
their own independent inves-
tigation into the matter and
came up with the same con-
clusion.
But on May 20, Schmitt
and Craig met with Hall and
requested that he investigate
new details that Craig will
provide in a written state-
ment.
"Out of concern for this
grieving mother we are will-
ing to answer any questions
within our ability to do so, in
order to help her bring clo-
sure to the loss of her son,"


said Hall in a press release.
According to Ward, the
sheriff's office has yet to
receive any information from
Schmitt or Craig, but a detec-
tive will be assigned to the
request immediately upon
receipt of the information.
According to investiga-
tors back in May, the drugs
found in Whittier's system
corroborate several witness-
es' accounts indicating he
was extremely intoxicated
and refused several people
offering him rides home.
Also due to the cocaine
in his system, any type of
physical exertion in the water
in an attempt to stay afloat
would have contributed to
his death.









Community


SPEAK OUT


am part of
Thank you
Milton.


.2.
I,.


Sunday, 11:10 p.m.
This is Jonathan living
about 20 yards outside of
the city limits of Milton.
You asked why punish a
businessperson for the
actions of a city council as
far as a fee? The answer is
the council won't show up
and pay for my $600 fee if I
am involved in an accident.
It's called an accident for a
reason.
Also you explained it
was our fault only one per-
son showed up to the hear-
ing to speak out. I don't get
paid $40,000 or whatever it
is these part-timers get paid
to be on the city council. I
would love to attend if I got
paid to show up and I am
sorry but my salary is set by
the state.
Editor's note: The city
leaders do not make as
much money as you allude
to. County officers have
their salaries set by the
state, not city officials.,

Saturday, 10:15 p.m.
Ah yes, this is Johnny.
After reading this ordinance
that Milton passed, I no
longer wonder why the
South lost the war to a
drunken general.

Saturday, 9:08 p.m.
Hi, I would like to
request that the people of
the Press Gazette please
give a copy of "Speak Out"
to the Mayor of Milton and
the Mayor of Gulf Breeze
from the May 24th issue.

Saturday, 7:40 p.m.
This is Dave. I would
like to comment on the neg-
ativity about inside the city
limits. You ought to have a
business inside the city like
I do. They tax your eyeballs
out. They inspect you. You
can't do anything without
getting a permit. And every-
body else is getting a home-
stead exemption increase,
yet our taxes on businesses
have gone up. You ought to
try to make a living inside
the city limits. You think it
is just bad driving; you
ought to try to make a living
inside the city limits. Bye.

Saturday, 5:26 p.m.
Hi, I am calling in
regards to the new city fee.
Well I have got news for
you. I live in the county, but
I am surrounded by the city
of Milton. So what am I
supposed to do? How do I
get out of the city of Milton
without , an accident on
Highway 90 or 1-10? I am
stuck here. I am stuck in the
middle of Milton because I


the county.
very much


Saturday, 2:01 p.m.
Yeah this is Linda) I just
finished reading your Our
View on the Viewpoints
page. You talk about the
people boycotting Milton. I
don't think the people want
to punish Milton business-
es, but no one wants to get
stuck with the bill if they
have an accident. Sooner or
later, .these people will relo-
cate to Pea Ridge or Pace
and Milton will be left with
a bunch of empty buildings.
Then what will the council
do?
And the first time I ever
read about this was after the
ordinance had passed. If
you would have ran a story
before this happened I think
more people would have
been at the council meet-
ing. Next time put it on the
front page before it hap-
pens.
Editor's Note: The
Press Gazette ran a front-
page story about this emer-
gency fee on May 10. The
Milton City Council took
their vote on the matter
Tuesday May 13 after our
paper's deadline for the
May 14 edition.

Friday, 3:42 p.m.
Ah yeah. This is Bill. I
am complaining about the
accident fee the city of
Milton installed. Half the
blame to this problem has
to go to the city for all the
little shops opening along
Highway 90 west of the
Blackwater River. These
little shops create a lot of
traffic issues with poor turn
lanes and access to these
little shops. So why not
move the shops, court-
house, and county depart-
ments out of the city of
Milton? That would lessen
.the traffic and reduce the
chances of an accident.

Friday, 11:14 a.m.
This is Terri. The flag
needs to be changed at the
tag office in Pace.

Friday, 5:03 a.m.
Hi this is Margaret. I
live in East Milton. I travel
up and down Highway 90
at least everyday. My ques-
tion is, do the vehicles the
city of Milton employees
drive and the Santa Rosa
County employees drive
have turn signals? If they
do they don't know how to
use them or don't use them
at all. Maybe they need a
course in driving etiquette.
Thank you.

Friday, 4:30 a.m.
I would 'like to thank
the ingrate who just woke
me up. I am wondering if
your car radio would work
as well at home as it does
when you drive past my
home and wake everyone
up.
We have a noise ordi-
nance, but it is just another
law that goes unnoticed and
unenforced in Santa Rosa
County.


In-coming Milton Women's Club President Debbie Mclnnis
(left) will take over in May 2009. Paula Lou Mapoles (right)
currently serves as president.
Submitted photo

Milton Women's Club

brings home top honors


Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Federation of
Women's Club convention
took place in Orlando May
16-19. Over 700 women
attended the state meeting,
representing 237 clubs and
nearly 12,500 women in four-
teen districts statewide. And,
GFWC, Milton Woman's
Club president, Paulia Lou
Mapoles, returned home with
multiple awards for the local
organization.
The Milton Woman's
Club took home first place as
the best club in category one,
clubs with memberships of
less than 25 members. In
addition, the Club also
received the following
awards: Arts Department -
Arts in the Community
Program - 1st Place; Arts
Department "Overall Award"
- 1st Place; Education
Department -Literacy
Program - 1st Place;
Education Department
"Overall Award: - 1st Place;
Home Life Department-
Dollars and Sense Program -
1st Place; Helping Hands -
2nd Place; Women's Health -
3rd Place Home Life
Department "Overall Award"
- 2nd Place; International
Affairs Department - United
Nations Program - 1st Place;
Public Affairs Department -
Citizenship Program - 1st
Place; Community Safety
Program - 2nd Place; Public
Affairs Department "Overall
Award" - 1st Place;
Membership - 3rd Place;
Programs - 2nd Place;
Newsletters- 3rd Place; 2006-
2008 GFWC Community
Improvement Contest (for
Women In The Arts series) -


3rd Place; and FFWC
Director of Junior Clubs
"Choice Award" for their con-
tribution to a tablescapes
fund-raiser for educational
scholarships.
Florida Federation of
Women's Club philanthropy
distributions for the 2007-
2008 totaled $424,250 and
included the following contri-
butions: Special Olympics
Florida - $9,500; Canine
Companions for
Independence (CCI) -
$18,500; R.O.C.K. Camp
(reaching out to cancer kids )
- $25,000; HOBY (Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leadership) -
$40,250; Hacienda Girls
-Ranch - $26,500; and the
2006-2008 FFWC President's
Project, American Cancer
Society R.O.C.K. Cancer
Scholarship Program,
$306,500. All monies were
raised by the individual clubs
throughout the state by vari-
ous means of fund-raising
throughout their calendar
year. Clubs throughout the
state are made up of General
Women's Clubs, Junior
Women's Clubs (up to age
40) and Juniorette Women's
Clubs (ages 12 to 18).
The Milton Woman's
Club celebrates 95 years of
history to Milton and Santa
Rosa County this year. If you
are interested in becoming a
member of this dedicated and
hard-working organization,
please call Paula Lou
Mapoles at 850-626-9567/
email pmapoles@mchsi.com
or Debbie Mclnnis, 850-623-
8174/debmcinnis@bell-
south.net. Regular monthly
meetings resume in
September.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-May 28, 2008


Pane 2-A









Sheriff's Report _
II


This is .the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Report from
May 6, to May 9, 2008.
Howington. Eduardo
Ramon; Male; 25; 6130
Syrcle Drive, Milton; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree,
Dealing in Stolen Property.
5/6/08
Lavell, Caweisi D;
Male; 20; 5266 Overbrook
Dr, Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/6/08
Sui Brittany Danielle;
Female; 14; 6728 Donald
Dr., Navarre; Possess
Cocaine. 5/6/08
Smith. Jesse Tallen;
Male; 21; 7369 Quinn Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felopy. 5/6/08
Spears, Ricky Dale;
Male; 43; 13025 Munson
Hwy. Milton; Kidnap Minor-
Interfere With Custody,
* Aggrav W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill (domestic
violence), Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon (domestic violence),
Kidnap-Inflict Bodily Harm
or Terrorize Victim or Other.
5/5/08 .
Underwood, Gary Lee;
Male 34; 7250 Gillis Rd,
Milton; Veh Theft - Grand
3rd Degree, Dealing in
Stolen Property. 5/6/08
Vidrine, Daryl Joseph;
Male; 29; Address Unknown;
Operate Vehicle W/O Valid
License, Aggrav Stalking-
Follow Harass Threaten'
W/Death of Injury (domestic
violence). 5/6/08
Wingate, Daisey Leona;
Female; 39; 6737 Hall Rd,
Jay; Aggrav Asslt With Intent
to Commit a Felony (domes-
tic violence). 5/6/08
Smith, Annette Pamela;
Female; 31; 15523 Highland
Circle, Magnolia Springs,
AL; Fugitive From Justice.
NDG
Graham, David Eugene;
* Male; 26; 8010 Country Run
Parkway, Orlando, FL;
Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. NDG
S Owens, Joshua Lance;
Male; 29; Homeless;
Contempt of Court-Viol
Domestic Violence
Injunction, Weapon Offense-
Improper Exhibit Firearm or
Dangerous Weapon, Burgl
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed. NDG
Davis, Billie Lynn;
Female; 34; 7084 Wallace
Drive, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony (2 cts.)
NDG
Bush, Salarry NMN;
Male; 43; 2577 Northeast
County Rd, Grandridge, FL;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
5/7/08
* Hawk, Brandy Nicole;
Female; 28; 4036 Audiss Rd,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 5/7/08
Johnson. Jr., William
;'Keirn; Male; 27; 200
Pensacola Bch Blvd., Gulf
Breeze; Fraud-Imperson
Use/Poss ID of Another
Person W/O Consent, Fraud-
Illeg Use Credit Cards Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt
Gds Money $100 More.
5/7/08
Mass-Rodriguez,
Kimberly Ruth; Female; 40;
S4222 BayCedar Ln, Pace;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By, Opium or
Deriv-Traffic 4 Grams to
Under 30 Kilograms. 5/7/08


Montalvo, Thomas
Michael; Male; 38; 5255
Buggy Dr, Milton; Fraud-
Fail Redeliv Hired Leased
Prop $300 or Over. 5/7/08
Powell, Jeffrey Dave;
Male; 21; 19 Chestnut Ave,
Ft. Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/7/08
Richards, Margaret
Ann; Female; 58; 4666
Easter St, Pace; Larc-20K
Dols Less Than $100K Dols.
5/7/08
Statti Beam. Jill Marie;
Female; 39; 1897 Lodgepole
Dr, Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice. 5/7/08
Stoke, Mark Earl; Male;
46; 1613 Ethridge Mill Rd,,
Griffin GA; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/7/08
Tassin, Anna Elizabeth;
Female; 24; 8141
Stonebrook Dr, Pensacola;
DUI. 5/7/08
Strader, Travis Lee;
Male; 18; 2956 Ranchette
Square, Gulf Breeze; Burgl-
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc-
Grand of Firearm (2 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Off. 5/7/08
Todd, Randall Wayne;
Male; 16; Male; 2987
Ranchette Square, Gulf
Breeze; Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larc-Grand of
Firearm (2 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Off. 5/7/08
Ferguson, John O'Hara;
Male; 42; .13025 Munson
Hwy., Milton; Battery-2nd or
Subseq Offense. NDG
Goyins, Josette St.
Claire; Female; 40; 1324
Upland Crest Crt, Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 5/5/08
Coleman, Christopher
Michael; Male; 25; 4237
Auckland Rd, Pace; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Possess Cocaine, Drugs-
Traffic 4 Grams Less 30 KG
Other Cntrl Subst, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
5/7/08
Gooden, Frank
Alexander; Male; 34; 584
McCallister St, Milton;
Asslt-Intent Threat To Do
Violence (domestic vio-
lence), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
5/7/08
Pirello Jr., Paul Andrew;
Male; 41; 5305 Soundside
Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/8/08
Pitts, Zachariah Wayne;
Male; 33; 5544 Cottonwood
Dr, Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing ' Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 5/8/08
Ward, Mixon Carl;
Male; 45; 7653 Old Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/8/08
Berry, Albert Mitchell;
Male; 47; 1831 Anderson
Ave, Gulf Breeze; Larc-Theft
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Sutton, Donald Lee;
,Male; 45; 4205 Stephens Rd,.
Pace; Battery-2nd or Subseq
Offense. 5/8/08
Nichols, Samuel Austin;
Male; 21; 7200 Chumuckla
Hwy, Pace; DUI. 5/7/08
Williams, Robert
Douglas; Male; 32; 9904
American Farms Rd, Milton;
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Bauer, Troy Eugene;
Male; 37; 13140 Three
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Structure Unarmed, Larc-
Grand Theft $5,000 or More
Less Than $10,000, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 5/10/08
Collins, Nicholas
Steven; Male; 22; 7377
Manatee St, Navarre; Sex
Offense-Victim 12 YOA Up
lb 15 YOA (3 cts.), Lewd
Lascv Behavior Victim 12
YOA Up To 16 YOA
Offender 18 YOA Older.
5/11/08
Dunklin, Adrian Lewis;
Male; 30; 6950 Da Lisa Rd,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 2nd Offense, Obstruct
Police-Divulge Police Radio
Ififo to Aid Suspect, Possess
Cocaine, Drugs-Possess
Chtrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
8iquip-Possess And Or Use.
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Ebhhs, Kendall Chase;
Male; 25; 3026 N. Q Street,
P1nsacola; Drive While Lic
SUsp 3rd or Subseq Offense,
Hit & Run-Leave Scene of
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Return Dr. Lic or Regist
When Insurance Canceled.
5/8/08
Wingate. Daisey Leona;
Female; 39; 6367 Hall Rd,
Jay; Fraud. NDG
Guidry, Bryan Louis;
Male; 39; 5362 San Miguel
St, Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Marijuana-Possess Drug
Paraphernalia Advertise.
5/11/08
Holland, Jason Erik;
Male; 25; 4294 Lindsey Ln,
Pace; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 5/9/08
* Keyser, Kimberley Ann;
1Mmale; 25; 13540 Hwy. 89,
Jay; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/10/08
O'Keefe, Kristi
Kathleen; Female; 43; 8215
Toledo Street, Navarre;
Fraud-Imperson False ID
Given to LEO, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Smuggle Contraband
Introduce Into Detention
Facility. 5/10/08
. Rogers, Charles Lamar;
Male; 50; 333 Hickory Lane,
1loundville, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/10/08
Yaca, Antonio NMN;
Male; 46; 3345 Greenbriar
Circle, Drive While Lic Susp
3rd or Subseq Offense.
5/9/08
Walther, III, William
Charles; Male; 20; 7787
Marshall Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/10/08
B: ryan, Todd Daniel;
Male; 42; 6328 Elmwood
Dr, Milton; DUI, Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (2 cts.),
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
5110/08
Crenshaw, Curtis Dean;
Male; 15; 2667 S. 30th Ave,
Miton; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
ifgree. 5/10/08
SFoster, Tanner James;


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Lane, Navarre; Sex Offense-
Victim 12 YOA up to 15
YOA. 5/9/08
Harris, Samantha Joy;
Female; 17;. 5683 Fairview
Dr, Milton; Marijuana
Possess Not More Than- 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use,
Smuggle Contraband Into
Prison Control Subs Defined
Provisions of s.893.02(4).
5/10/08
Jones, Angela Darlene;
Female; 26; 11176 Boundary
Line Road, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Subs W/O
Prescription, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 5/10/08
Lynn, Christopher
Andrew; Male; 27; 3994
Spanish Moss Cv, Gulf
Breeze; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Aggrav Battery
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 5/10/08
Nicholson, Aaron
William; Male; 15; 3221
West Ave, Gulf Breeze;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More. 5/9/08
Quiles., Anthony
Michael; Male; 20; 1907 N.
"W" Street, Pensacola;
Aggrav Battery-Offender
Knew Should Have Known
Victim Pregnant (domestic
violence). 5/9/08
Riley., Morgan Vincent;
Male; 21; 6501 Bfruce Ln,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off, DUI and
Damage Property, Hit &
Run-Fail to Stop Remain at
Crash Involve Injury.
5/10/08
Sullivan, Karen
McLendon; Female; 42;
5100 Nimitz Rd, Milton;
Fraud-False Instrument
Falsify Affid-Cert of
Salvage/Dest for Title.
5/9/08
Ty.roie, Joshua O'Neil;
Male; 17; 1453 Stanford Rd,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More.
5/9/08
Umbel, Brandy N;
Female; 29; 9439 Pine Lilly
Ct, Navarre; Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic vio-
lence), Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 5/9/08


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Community Theater brings 'Dearly Departed' to life


Wednesday-May 28, 2008


Death in the South is
never easy and always hilar-
ious when the Panhandle
Community Theatre brings
"Dearly Departed" to the his-
toric Imogene Theatre in
downtown Milton, Fla. June
6-8 and June 13-15.
The play tells the story
of the Turpin family who
lose their father unexpected-
ly. The performance is a
tongue-in-cheek look at how
families cope with the events


surrounding Bud Turpin's
demise. Between meddle-
some relatives, indisposed
preachers, suspected infi-
delities, and family fights,
somehow the Turpins man-
age to muddle through.
But, director Lauren Sutton
would be quick to caution,
that this isn't really a play
about death.
"This play is about life
and relationships," she said.
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to bring us into the lives of
this family. It's really about
reconciliation. Each char-
acter has to come to grips
with some issue they have
been struggling with."
The authors, David
Bottrell and Jessie Jones,
weave a series of personal
problems through the play,
and each of the characters
has to deal with their own
demons before they can
come to grips with "Daddy


Bud's" death. Financial
hardships, love affairs, alco-
holism, bad relationships,
gluttony, and loss all take
their turns in the spotlight,
but love shines through.
"It's about family," said
Jay Cope who plays eldest
son Ray-Bud. "You don't
always like each other or
what your relatives do, but
being family trumps every-
thing. That's what keeps the
Turpins together."


In an inspired bit of cast-
ing, the part of the family
patriarch, Bud Turpin will be
played by a series of com-
munity leaders.
Congressman Jeff Miller,
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson, Santa Rosa
County Superintendent of
Schools John Rogers,
Assistant , Superintendent
Tim Wyrosdick, radio per-
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of Commerce President
Larry Strain will each take a
turn at the role.
Sutton hopes that having
such prominent people
involved will help enhance
appreciation of the perform-
ing arts in the area.
"One of the former com-
munity theatres I was affili-
ated with did this and it was
very successful at reaching a
variety of people who might
not have otherwise thought
to attend a "little" theatre
performance. Once they
were exposed to this genre of
entertainment many of them
became regular attendees.
Panhandle Community
Theatre 'wants to reach a
wider audience in the
Milton/Pace area and by
involving well known com-
munity leaders people will
learn more about who we are
and what our purpose in the
community is," she said.
Other cast members
include: Sarah Elhoffer as
"Mama" Raynelle Turpin,
Jane Mitchell as Ray-Bud's
long suffering wife Lucille,
Beni Driskell as Junior, Deb
Pruitt as his wife Suzanne,
Ginny Hinton as the bible-
thumping Aunt Marguerite,
Barry Shuck as her unincar-
cerated son Royce, Searra
Steffen as little sister
Delightful, John Barbaric as
Reverend * Hooker, Elisa
Austen as Veda Guido
Guerriero as the wheelchair
bound Norval, Nancy Sabol
as the conspiring Claudette,
Sidney ,Todesca as cousin
Juanita, Kit Bradley as a Joy
of Life Singer, and Alex
Pruitt and Sydney Miley as
Junior and Suzanne's preco-
cious children.
The'play uses one of the
larger casts recently tried at
the Imogene, but each of the
personalities adds humor
and life to the performance.
The characters have true bits
of emotion written into the
part, but how they react to
the outlandish situations is
what makes the play hilari-
ous.
"My husband has been
attending plays with me for
over 10 years and this is the
only one that has caused him
to laugh so hard it brought
tears to his eyes. It has uni-
versal appeal. Everyone
can see something of some-
one they know," said Sutton.
"This is a farce so doesn't
require a lot of deep thought.
People should just sit back,
relax and give themselves
permission to laugh out
loud."
Friday and Saturday
evening performances are at
7:30 p.m. Sunday show
times are 1 p.m. June 8 and
2:30 p.m. June 15. Cost is
$12 for the shows. Call
(850) 623-2073 or email
goofytie@mchsi.com. The
Imogene Theatre is located
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Milton. Advanced reserva-
tions are recommended.
Day of performance tickets
go on sale at the door one
hour prior to each perform-
ance. Although there are
some adult themes, "Dearly
Departed" is a family friend-
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and physical humor that both
children and adults can
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Tara Prezioso, sister of First Lt. Alexander Nicolas Prezioso, just finished placing a brick in
honor of her late brother at the Santa Rosa Veteran's Memorial Plaza during a ceremony to
honor and celebrate the lives of Major David Laurence Yaggy and Prezioso. The two Marine
Corps Pilots, Yaggy and Prezioso, died in a training mission when their T-34C Turbomentor
crashed north of Birmingham.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin
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Fallen Marin-e Corps pilots


remembered and honored

Special to the Press Gazette
. : Family members and
Training Squadron SIX S/IimA - .S .e
(VT-6) personnel honored W l 7 W j� W
and celebrate the lives of
Maj. David Laurence ,. , C f A l . C
Yaggy and 1st Lt. We Pay Cash for All Cars,
Alexander Nicolas Sergio Trucks, Metals
Prezioso during a memori- Tuk Mel
al ceremony Monday & Catalytic Converters.
morning at the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Memorial Pick-up Available.
* Plaza in Milton.
The two Marine Corps
pilots stationed at NAS
Whiting Filed were in a T- 626-6730
.34C Turbomentor, when
they died in a crash during
a training mission on
March 14 about 60 miles
north of Birmingham, Ala.
The program included a
the placing of memorial J_
bricks dedicated to the two
servicemen in the plaza's
walkway._._...__ _
Maj. Yaggy was an
instructor pilot at the train-
ing squadron fixed wing NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
W i l o i r Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Floda, unless otherwise indicated
While assigned to VT- MaineAdvisory June3 5:00pm
6, he served as a schedule SRC HouingrCoon 6051 June4 l 130p.m
abConefeny M ndayrence,61 Ol Bagd wPaky, Miltlo
writer, a flight leader and TouristDevelopmentNorth EndCommittee June5 830 a.m.
as the squadron standardi- SaniaRosaCountyChamber ofCommerce 5247Stew artSt,Mio
t eZoneing Board ofAdjustments June5 530p.m.
nation officer. Commission Commiee June9 900a.m.
t tNavarreArchied tecural Adisory Board June10 3:00 pm.
First Lt. P reziosO Navae ChamberofCommerce

be gin flight training in Andrewsist i ueo l Bfr eeze Park Gulfreeze FL32561 e
July 2007, where he Tourist Deelpment South End Commiee June11 900am
attended aviation preflight BuildingCodeBoardoAjust d dd lJune11 230pm
indoctrination at NAS BackwaterSoilandWaterCoiservalRonistrictSupervisors June12 730am
6285 Dogwood Dr CMiron
Pensacola. In August, he Commission Regular June12 900a.m
beg an primary flight FireProtection Board ofAdustment and Appeals June 12 400p.m.
SConference Room, 60 1 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
school with Fixed Wing Local PlanningsBoard June12 6:00p.m.
Tra in SSi Public Safety Coordinating Council June 18 11 30 am
Training Squadron Six, TouristDevelopment CouncilBoardMeeting June180 300 pm.
where he served with dis- SantaRosaCountyChamero rmece 5247Stewart Stiltonpm
tinction. Commission Special - Rezoning Mesting June19 000 pm
As of this time no offi- Commionommittee June 2 Cancelled
cial report has been Bagdad Histod Arc htecuralAdvisory Board June25 830am
released as to the cause of SHIPParnershipmAdvoryComm itoee June25 300p.m
claimed the lives of the Commission Regular June2 Cancelled
tw o M marines. Agendas andminutes are also available al i urusanaos ov All meetings held n Ihe Board Room can be viewed live andor repayed
at this web site by selecting the meeting from the main page


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN
ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a
change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as fol-
lows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation
on the proposals):
Thursday, June 12, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the
ordinance):
Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning Board and
Board of County Commissioners shall consider the ordinance enti-
tled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS
AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING
THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP
OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED
IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE
2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE SECTION 4.04.08
AMENDING THE ESTABLISHED TIME PERIOD FROM
12 MONTHS TO 24 MONTHS FOR THE EXPIRATION
OF A COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ORDER; PRO-
VIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to R1
(Single Family Residential District) - total approximately 2.16 (+/-)
acres. ,
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Sin-
gle Family Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to R1M
(Mixed Residential Subdivision District) - total approximately .30
(+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to Sin-
gle Family Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from RR1 (Rural Residential District) to
Ag (Agriculture District) - total approximately 5 (+/-) acres.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County
Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.
Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with
respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the
Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect
to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their
individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they
are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which 'record
shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their
appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning
and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to
make a request. For the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance a
of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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Jim Fletcher, Publisher
Caol Bames, Office Manager
Bill Gambil , Editor


Viewpoints


Vol. 101, Number 14


6A Wednesday, May 28, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


Holiday is



for reflection

The long Memorial Day weekend we just enjoyed
caused us to reflect: just across the street from the
Veteran's Memorial Plaza, construction is moving (or
should we say, dragging ) right along.
In the past, County Commissioners and the public
have said much about the dirt work that was necessary
for the portables to be placed where the former Santa
Rosa County Detention Center once stood.
Monday, the work needed to be done was more evi-
dent than ever as the contractor or subcontractor was
working during the Memorial Day ceremony held at the
Santa Rosa County Veteran's Memorial Plaza.
It is a pretty sad day when something like this is
accepted.
We understand not all businesses can close their
doors on a holiday, but we are not talking about a busi-
ness such as a grocery, convenience store, gas station,
restaurant, or something, which serves the public.
This is a construction crew or sub contractor hired
and paid for with dollars put into the Santa Rosa
County coffers by the very military men and women
being honoring.
It is understood they are way behind schedule and
the portables are needed to help relieve what is already
a bad situation at the courthouse.
Granted, they shouldn't be this far behind, but why
are we just accepting this?
Shame on us all for just standing there and accept-
ing this as part of life.
We want to honor the fallen on Memorial Day, but
at the same time, have something like this happening
directly across the street.
Common sense should tell you Memorial Day is not
a day to try and play catch up on a county job on which
you are woefully behind.
But what is worse, the county is allowing this to
happen.
Santa Rosa County is very supportive of its military
and rightfully so, but justice will move forward even
though the thought of a new county courthouse will
not.
Anytime you have a crowd, there is a captive audi-
ence.
Monday, several parked cars had their windows
"tagged" by a person looking to make a dollar.
We are by no means against someone trying to
make money for their business, but to use a holiday and
gathering meant to be reverent in honor of fallen
heroes, is certainly questionable.
You might as well have been out on the campaign
trail for a political office or grabbing a shovel or ham-
mer to help those good old boys from North Carolina
working on the lot behind the courthouse.
The only good thing we saw were many of those at
the plaza for both ceremonies Monday didn't wad the
flyer up and throw them on the ground, but we can tell
you there were spme unkind words for those involved.
Let's face it, the veterans and those currently serv-
ing in the Military don't get a lot of appreciation for the
service they provide to our country.
They are the reason we can say what we feel, do
what we do (within the limits of the law) and go where
we want to go.
Shouldn't we hold the few days we give them a lit-
tle more. hallowed than just the small plot we give them
for the job they have done?


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much higher burden of
showing proof beyond a rea-
sonable doubt that the
alleged crime was commit-
ted," says the SA's office.
Markes' family had been
hopeful the court would dis-
miss the case.
"I hope they have real-
ized they made a mistake and
drop the whole thing,"
Markes' stepfather Mark
Rodeman had said after one
of Markes' court appear-
ances.
DCF is still actively
involved in the child neglect
allegations although the state
has dropped their criminal
investigation. "It is impor-
tant to note that Family First
Network and Children's
Medical Services were


assisting the family before
and have continued to sup-
port them since this case's
inception.
Through the dependency
court system, they remain
involved with the family to
insure that Jaden's needs are
met and will continue their
assistance even after the
criminal case is resolved,"
says Patterson.
Markes' son remains in
hospice care in stable condi-
tion at this time. Patterson
states the child has been
thought to be near death on
several occasions while
under hospice care. Patterson
also says Markes continues
to visit with her son while he
remains under the custody of
the state.
"It is noted that Erin vis-


its him regularly, if not for
long periods of time, and that
significantly Jaden knows
when she is there," says
Patterson. "It is still the con-
sensus of the medical per-
sonnel that Jaden is at the
end stages of this syndrome
[Miller-Deiker form of
Lissencephaly]."
Markes is scheduled to
appear in dependency court
again on June 2 at 9 a.m. and
the child will remain under
the custody of the
Department of Children and
Families until the court
makes a decision to change
this.
At the last pre-trial
dependency hearing DCF
officials had expressed con-
cern over the emotional state
of Markes.


Graduation Day

Pictured following the graduation ceremony held earlier this month at the Santa Rosa
Detention Center are Lisa Turner, Cheryl Smith, Kevin Tolleson, Waylon Boyette, Jason
Harris, Elijah Majors, Troy Dean, Stephanie Sandifer, James Schupp, Corporal Rhonda
Lamon, and Donna Christopher. Santa Rosa Adult School and Santa Rosa County Detention
Facility are proud to recognize their GED graduates of 2008. In the past year, twenty-two
students have earned their GED through the program which has been offered at the facili-
ty for over fourteen years. Students elect to participate in the educational program. Jason
Harris, GED instructor, stated that his students viewed the GED class as a way to serve their
time in a positive way. The following statement was quoted from one of the graduates, "I
would like to thank the GED program. This is the first step to being able to change my life."
We congratulate the class of 2008.


Midway body identified


The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office identified the
body found in Midway
Thursday afternoon.
Herman Maurice Levins,
20 of West Luke Street in
Pensacola, was found on
Anderson Avenue just off of
Highway 98.
Levins was discovered by
deputies lying face down on the
clay road as the incident was
investigated as a homicide
through a joint effort of the
Santa Rosa and Escambia
County Sheriff Departments.
Autopsy results determined
that Levins died from a single
gunshot wound to the head.
Levins was shot in
Escambia County according to
investigators and his body
moved to where it was located
early Thursday afternoon.
The Santa Rosa County
- Sheriff's office obtained a
. search warrant Thursday night
to search an automobile of
interest found in Escambia
County to determine if there
was any connection to the sus-


pected homicide.
The Escambia County
Sheriff's Office has now taken


over the investigation and has a
suspect for the homicide in cus-
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"We have some concerns
about the mental status of
Markes, she has fallen off
with cooperation and contact
with us and now we have
heard from the hospital that
she is being hostile and
angry," says the official from
DCF
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IDA M. RUTLEDGE
An Australian by birth, Ida M.
Rutledge came to live in Milton in 1961
with her husband Jack, whom she met
while his Navy ship was docked there
during WWII. She's very proud of her
Perth, Western Australia heritage, and
shares it every chance she gets with
school children here, including the Koala
. bears, boom-a-rangs, and pictures of
native Australian plants.


COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE
As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity to
make sure that everyone is aware of our online tax certificate sale. You may
access information regarding this sale on our web site of www.robertmcclure.com.
This is your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector's second year of conducting the
certificate sale online. This auction method is beneficial
to both property owners and bidders. Bidders are cur-
rently able to place bids via the internet 24 hours a day
until the sale closes at 9 a.m. on Friday, May 30th. The
online sale benefits property owners because the inter-
est rate accruing on their delinquent taxes is more com- .
petitive and therefore oftentimes lower due to an
increased number of bidders. The unique facet of this ,
auction is that bids are placed not by dollars, but rather
by interest rates. Also, it is considered a reverse auc-
tion as the lowest interest rate bid, as opposed to the
highest, is awarded the certificate. Bidding begins at the maximum interest rate
as allowed by law of 18% and proceeds downward in .25% increments. Last year
there were 4,175 certificates sold at an average interest rate of 4.12% representing
$4,854,029.12 of gross taxes. Be sure to visit our web site of
www.robertmcclure.com for additional details about the tax certificate sale and
procedures for registering as a bidder. Please do not hesitate to call us at
983-1800 if you have any questions whatsoever concerning your taxes.

As always, thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you. .


Robert G. McClure, CFC .O


e With five of her own, Ida is children
oriented and shows this love for young-
sters through her "backyard Bible stud-
ies" outreach with the wordless book,
sharing her love for God with all the
neighborhood children. She has been a
positive Christian influence in Santa
Rosa County, especially with the children
she cared for at First Baptist Church and
Ida M. Rutledge Christian Life Church. Her greatest loves
are the Lord, Australia, children, and
family. She also loves tennis, watching it regularly, and keeps personally active her-
self by attending water aerobics weekly

Some of her favorite pastimes include watching America's Funniest Videos,
Everybody Loves Raymond, and all the preacher shows on TV. She is extra fond of
lamb chops (but laments that the lamb here is not as good as it is in Australia!)

You can still find this feisty 84 year old lady on the streets today attending yard
sales (another of her favorite pastimes), collecting books to give away, sharing her
political views with passion, and letting everyone know about them who is within
shouting distance. She's quite a character, once raising a fist to a motorist honking
at her, not realizing it was in response to one of many bumper stickers on her car
that said, "Honk if you love Jesus!"

She's a special lady that embodies the sometimes-forgotten, old fashioned spirit
of giving, sharing, and genuinely caring for not only the children but for all those
around her. This Salute is for you, Ida. We think you're the greatest!


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Wednelsday-Ma~y 28, S200oas rs aatePg -
Community


Republican Club
sets meeting
The Republican. Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold
its monthly meeting and
Dutch Treat Dinner, at The
Club at Hidden Creek, 3070
PGA Blvd., Navarre at 6:30
p.m. Featured Speaker is
Lauretta Aiken candidate for
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner District 5.
Bring a guest. For addi-
tional information, please con-
tact Morgan Lamb, President
at 850-939-2409 or morgan-
lamb@bellsouth.net

Sacred Heart to
host 'Evening with
the Experts' on
Stroke Awareness
In honor of National
Stroke Awareness, Month,
Sacred Heart's Regional
Stroke Center will be holding
"Evening with the Experts:
Stroke Awareness Night" on
Thursday, May 29 from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.in. in the Greenhut
Auditorium on Sacred Heart
Hospital's main campus in
Pensacola.
The night will feature a
free catered dinner and four
talks on stroke topics, fol-
lowed by a panel discussion
with the presenters.
Topics include: Stroke
Signs and Symptoms - pre-
sented by Dr. Terry Neill;
Stroke-Specific Rehabilitation
- presented by Sacred Heart
Home Care; Healthy Diet,
Healthy Life - presented by
Casey Hefferly; Financial
Costs of Stroke - presented by
Pat O'Shea.
In addition, free stroke
health screenings will be avail-
able from 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.,
including blood pressure,
stroke risk assessments, vital
signs, and body mass index
(BMI), as well as coupons for
free blood sugar and total cho-
lesterol screenings. The night
will also include door prizes
and health information from a
variety of Sacred Heart servic-
es. As seating is limited, please
call (850) 416-1600 to register,
weekdays from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
For more information,
please call Sacred Heart at
(850) 416-7000 or visit our
website at www.sacred-


heart.org.

Managing
Menopause is Topic
of Seniors Seminar
in Pace
Sacred Heart Hospital's
Senior Service's program will
present a free seminar oh man-
aging menopause on June 5
from 12 - 1 p.m. in the
Rehabilitation Center at
Sacred Heart Medical Park in
Pace.
The seminar will present-
ed by Dr. Dina Navarro, a
board-certified OB/GYN. The
talk will discuss the signs and
symptoms of menopause and
ways to manage those symp-
toms.
Registration is required
and seating is limited. To reg-
ister, call (850) 416-1620 or 1-
877-416-1620.
Sacred Heart
SENIORSpirit! is a free pro-
gram for persons 55 and older.
Benefits include free screen-
ings, seminars, special in-
patient benefits such as three
free guest meal tickets per hos-
pital admission, a monthly cal-
endar of events detailing all
SENIORSpirit! events, and a
quarterly newsletter contain-
ing health and event informa-
tion.
For more information or
to "find a Sacred. Heart
OB/GYN, please call (850)
416-7000 or visit
www.sacred-heart.org.

New PJC
Scholarships
Among the new scholar-
ships at PJC are funds target-
ing legal and art students.
The Pensacola Legal
Support Specialists
Association and
Escambia/Santa Rosa Bar
Foundation Scholarships goes
to students in PJC. legal or
paralegal programs.
The Tony Sam/People's
Choice Award Endowment
goes to art students.
The Tony Sam Award was
established by former PJC
Vice President for Academic
Affairs, David Sam, whose
father was a self-taught artist.
David Sam, who was the first
in his family to graduate from
college, established the fund


to honor his father's hobby as
well as to encourage educa-
tion.
Interested students may
call Jimmy Hightower at 484-
1367 for more information
about the legal scholarship
and Krist Lien at 484-2554 for
more information about the art
scholarship.

UWF SBDC offers
"Preparing a
Business Plan"
Workshop
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401 E.
Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is holding its
"Preparing a Business Plan"
workshop on Monday
evening, June 9, 2008 from
6:00-9:00 p.m. Attendees will
learn how to gather data and
write the business plan, as
well as become familiarized
with financing requirements.
The fee for attending this
workshop is.$40 for the public
and free for students and fac-
ulty members of the
University of West Florida
who present a Nautilus card.
To register, call (850-473-
7830) or go to our website
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and
click on training.

City of Milton
meetings
- General Employee
Pension Board will meet in
regular session on Monday,
June 2, at 10 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Hall.
-City Council will meet
in executive session on
Monday, June 2 at 4 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall.
Meetings are open to the
public. Call 983-5411 for fur-
ther information."

Area photo show
seeks entries
Area photographers are
invited to enter their photos in
the 15th annual "Power of
Photography" benefit show
and contest. Over $2,500 in
cash and prizes and 74 ribbons
will be awarded.
Entry fees (payable dur-


ing check-in), entry forms,
and all mounted and matted
photos are due at ARC
Gateway on 10th Ave. in
Pensacola, between 10 am and
2 pm on Saturday, June 21.
Participants may enter as
many original photos as they
wish for $10 per image.
Sponsored by the Wide
Angle Photo Club and major
contributor, Peoples First
Community Banik, this juried
show will be on exhibit at The
Wright Place on July 11-13 in
downtown Pensacola.
Proceeds from the POP show
will be contributed to ARC
Gateway, a not-for-profit
organization which helps dis-
abled children and adults.
Sue Straughn, WEAR-TV3
anchorwoman, is honorary
chair again this year and will
personally select one photo to
receive the award that bears
her name.
Entry forms, rules, and
more information are on the
web site, www.wideanglepho-
toclub.org. Entry forms are
also available for anyone who
does not have internet access
at Pensacola Photo Supply on
Wright Street; Laser Images
on 9th Avenue in Pensacola;
and the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce on
Stewart Street in Milton.

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year to Andrews
Transmission & Car Care
to more adequately
reflect the comprehen-
sive automobile care
they offer.
"Due to the complexi-
ty of today's vehicles-
and the cross training
between drivability and.
transmission concerns,
our service now includes
the overall vehicle main-
tenance and repairs,"
explained Delaine
Andrews who with her
husband Everett own and
personally manage the
shop, overseeing the
services they offer.
Everett and Delaine
oversee the services
which their technicians
perform in a personal
hands-on management
style, offering their cus-
tomers the assurance that
their transmission prob-
lems and repair work are
getting the attention of
experienced experts.
Delaine Andrews is
an ASE certified automo-
tive consultant. She has
attended various man-
agement courses to
achieve this standing,
and is president of the
Gulf States Chapter of
the Automatic
Transmission Rebuilder
Association.
Andrews Transmission
& Car Care's goal is to
offer a professional, hon-


est, clean, and environ-
mentally friendly auto-
motive repair service
with an emphasis on
transmission repair and
vehicle maintenance.
Overall performance
of the vehicle along with
thorough testing, inspec-
tion, and diagnostics will
be rendered in order that
its technicians rmay offer
you the best solution.
"Our objective is to
maintain and repair your
vehicle with longevity,
reliability, and cost effec-
tiveness in mind,"
Delaine said.
Delaine went on to
explain, "Our ultimate
goal is to provide an
environment that the cus-
tomer feels comfortable
with, in addition to feel-
ing comfortable with the
service we provide."
That is accomplished
through personal atten-
tion, friendly communi-
cation, and using the
highest quality parts.
"We want you, the
customer, to relate that
we are a high quality
independent repair facili-
ty that offers attention to
service and clear expla-
nations of the repairs,"
she said.
The owners went on
to tell more about the-
industry. Vehicles today
are more complex than
in the past, and unless it
is 100 percent mechani-
cal failure or service, the
days of pulling into a
repair facility and having
your vehicle diagnosed
and repaired are very
slim. Diagnosing a vehi-
cle usually requires a test
drive and overall inspec-
tion, with one technician
driving while the second


technician watches the against the air flow with you tank of gas. Fuel
electronic components, the air coming in through injectors and are also
checking voltages to the windows is harder on sensitive points that
wiring, and other miscel-. the auto's motion than if affect the mileage.
laneous tests. the windows were closed


With gasoline hover-
ing around $4.00 a gal-
lon, performance of your
vehicle has become more
important than ever. It's
imperative that auto
owners take every step
they can to get more
miles from each gallon
they use. But there's ulti-
mately a place where the
graph crosses, and
beyond which drivers
sometimes misinterpret
their alternatives.
"Driving around in
the hot, humid air with
the window down for
ventilation instead of
using the vehicle's air
conditioner is not a good
alternative, according to
Delaine. It's a myth, she
says, that you're saving
gas mileage and energy
this way, because the
friction produced driving


and the air were circulat-
ing more aerodynamical-
ly over its surface.
"So, it's better to
relax in a little more
comfort with the win-
dows up and the air con-
ditioning going than it is
to suffer the conse-
quences of the heat that
makes you so miser-
able," she said.
A well maintained
automobile, mechanical-
ly tuned by professional
technicians who know
what they're doing is
actually the most fuel
efficient step a vehicle
owner can take. If your
transmission is perform-
ing accurately and effi-
ciently, and your plug
wires and air filers are in
tip-top shape, you have a
much greater chance of
achieving more miles on


So, having all such
related work done at
Andrews Transmission &
Car Care by certified
technicians is reassur-.
ance that you car will
respond more economi-
cally. You see, at
Andrews Transmission &
Car Care they treat your
vehicle just as if it were
their own, and the results
will translate into a more
satisfactory driving expe-
rience.
Over the past eight
years, Everett and
Delaine have worked
hard to serve the public,
but at the same time
have discharged their
'responsibilities as a fam-
ily unit. Their daughters
Austi and Brittany have
grown up and are a
source of pride to their
parents.


Austi works part-time
with the family business
now, but she will be
attending the University
of South Florida in the
fall. Brittany works and
will be attending PJC in
the fall.
Everett and Delaine
know the value of a dol-
lar, just as you do, and
they are happy to offer
services that are both top
quality and as economi-
cal as possible, reflected
in the business slogan,
"Honesty & Quality at a
Fair Price!"
Visit them on the
web at
www.AndrewsTransmiss
ion.con or at 4335
Floridatown Road in
Pace. The phone number
is (850) 994-9915.
They're the kind of peo-
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WEDNESDAY
May 28, 2008
Section B


Memorial Day Tourney in Pace
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It was a very active weekend
. at the Santa Rosa Soccer
Complex as Futbol Club of
Santa Rosa hosted its annual
Memorial Day Weekend
Soccer Tournament.
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


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Military


Memorial Day was a very solemn moment for many as those who have served a proud
nation were honored. (Above) A Naval honor guard from NAS Whiting Field in Milton is joined
by an Army guard to present the colors during a 21 gun salute Monday. (Below) Two of Santa
Rosa County's WWII Veterans, Joe Padgett and Frank Swanner observe Memorial Day cere-
monies.


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New VA clinic opens in Ft. Walton


"Veterans in our area
now have another option for
medical care." Monday,
April 28th, the "new VA
clinic at Eglin Air Force
Base welcomed its first
patients." It is estimated the
clinic "will eventually serve
over 7,000 veterans from
four Florida counties."
This new VA clinic will
serve many veterans and
- "will save many local veter-
ans a long drive or ride to
? Pensacola, the nearest clin-
ic." Once the new clinic is
fully staffed, there will be
48 full-time staff members,
;. including six doctors. There
are already 3 physicians on
staff.
I toured the new facility
and I believe this clinic will


be able to better serve many
veterans in our surrounding
.counties. It is much closer
for so many veterans, gas
isn't getting any cheaper,
and this brand new facility is
so convenient to Eglin Air
Force Base and the large
local veteran population.
Emerald Coast Honor
Flight
Most of you have proba-
bly already heard of Emerald
Coast Honor Flight. This a
program for World War II
veterans which will fly the
veterans (free of charge) up
to Washington DC to view
the WW II Memorial in their
honor. Congressman Jeff
Miller heard of this and
wanted to share this opportu-,
nity with the WW II veterans


.in his district.
" Applications are avail-
able online at emerald-
coasthonorflight.com AND
fr those of you that do not
have computer access, appli-
,ations can be picked up at
the Santa Rosa County
Veterans Services Office
(626-8724) in Milton behind
McDonalds, Santa Rosa
County South Service
Center (932-9508) near The
20o and also the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of
Commerce (623-2339) on
Stewart Street..
.' As many of you saw in
tie papers and on television,
the veterans that attended
appeared extremely happy
tiey went, possibly some-
*hat overwhelmed. There


Military graduates


Orr of Kapok Drive, Milton,
Fla., and grandson of Karen
Duncan of Ash Drive,
Pensacola, Fla.
Orr is a 2007 graduate of
Milton High School.


Orr
Orr graduates
SBMT
Air Force Airman
Wesley K. Orr has graduated
- from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organ-
ization, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship,
- field training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
.In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
He is the son of Heidi


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Jones-Sikes gradu-
ates BMT
Air Force Airman Logan
H. Jones-Sikes has graduat-
ed from basic military train-
ing at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organ-
ization, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and
especial training in human
relations.


In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
He is the son of Monyv
Jones-Sikes and Lynn Sikes
of Onieda Trail, Milton, Fla.
* Jones-Sikes is a 2007
graduate of Milton High
School.

Baker graduates
WCT
Army Pvt. Wayne E.
Baker has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core' values,
physical fitness, and
received instruction and
practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayo-
riet training, drill and cere-
mony, marching, rifle marks-
manship, ' armed and
utlarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid, foot
maarches, and field training
exercises.
" Baker is the son of
Shelia Baker of Community,
Circle, Milton, Fla.
- The private is a 2007
graduate of Santa Rosa High
School, Milton.


will be more flights, free of
charge, due to generous
donations from our local
community. And if, you
would like to contribute, you
can do so by contacting
Ralph Nesenson at the Santa
Rosa County Veteran's
Memorial Plaza at 626-7292.
No amount is too small, no
amount too large; especially
when considering the con-
tribution these World War II
veterans have made for our
country! We want to be sure
all WW II Santa Rosa
County Veterans attend their
Memorial!


I've been' to see the
Memorial and it is a beauti-
ful sight, and I'd like to
thank all those veterans for
making it possible for me to
freely travel this great coun-
ty of ours to see such sights.
If it wasn't for them, we
would not be able to enjoy
the freedom we have; free-
dom that so many take for
granted.
Help Them Call Home
I mentioned this pro-
gram last year before
Christmas. Donated cell
phones will enable our
troops to have free minutes


to call home. This is an
ongoing program, so I'm
sure there are many military
members in Iraq and
Afghanistan that would love
to have some minutes to talk
with their loved ones.
So, please, if you have
extra cell phones not being
used, put them to good use
for our military. They can be
taken to the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Memorial
Plaza office (626-7292).
I thank you all for your
donations, contributions and
support of our military and
veterans!


This replica of the planes used when the United States stormed the beaches of Normandy
during World War II on D-Day flew over the Santa Rosa Veterins Memorial Plaza during
Monday's Memoral Day Celebration.
Press Gatette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Turning 1001


Mr. Claud G. Davis, a member of the Allentown
Community for over 62 years, will be celebrating his 100th
birthday on Saturday, May 31. In honor of this exciting
event, an open house will be held at the Fellowship Hall of
the First Presbyterian Church in Milton, from 2 to 5 p.in.,
Saturday, May 31.
Please join us at the Fellowship Hall to wish Mr. Davis
a Happy Birthday and many happy returns. Cake and light
refreshments will be served. So please stop in to visit with
Mr. Davis. No gifts please.


Family Promise


seeking
The Santa Rosa Family
Resource Program, Inc., a
not-for-profit agency, has
been serving the unmet
needs of families in Santa
Rosa County since 1981.
The agency offers emer-
gency short-term financial
assistance to families with
children from birth to 18
years. Short-term assistance
includes food, infant formu-
la, diapers, cleaning sup-
plies, utility payments, rent
and school supplies, etc.
In collaboration with
community partners, they
refer families to other agen-
cies for assistance. Other
services offered by the
agency include parent edu-
cation, homeless assistance
and holiday donations.; Last
year they serviced over 982
families with 2,083 children.
The agency has seen 'a
dramatic increase this year'
in the number of families
requesting assistance.
According to JoAnn Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator for


g help
Family Resource Program, it
has been difficult to keep
goods on the shelves due to
increased volume of
requests.
The Family Resource
Board is asking the commu-
nity to help meet the needs
of these families. We need
non-perishable food, espe-
cially ready to eat canned
protein foods such as tuna
and beef stew, diapers, baby
clothes, infant formula,
cleaning supplies, and per-
sonal hygiene items. Cash
donations are always wel-
comed. All donations are
tax-deductible. If you, your
volunteer organization or
church would like to help
families, please contact
JoAnn Smith at 626-2054 or
visit the office at 6860
Caroline Street, Suite 6,
Milton (located across street
from county courthouse.)
Office hours are Monday
and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Your help is so
appreciated.


Remember to
pray for our
Military


Komerstone


Olivet to celebrate

44 years June 1st


In 1961 the dedicated
members of Ferris Hill
Baptist Church decided to
survey Milton to determine
the area of greatest spiritual
need with the intention of
starting a new mission. After
much prayer, planning and
preparation, their Missions
Committee recommended a
location on Hamilton Bridge
Road. The recommendation
was approved, launching the
Olivet Baptist Chapel. A
number of members were
released by Ferris Hill
Church to staff this new
Sunday School and Training
Union. . The Rev. James
Copeland was called as pas-
tor and the first service was
held on June 4, 1961 in an
unoccupied house on
Hamilton Bridge Road.
Thirty-nine souls were pres-
ent for that first Sunday
service.
Application for a loan of
$10,000 was made, and sub-
sequently approved, by the
New Works Revolving Fund
of, the Florida Baptist
Convention on August 9,
1961. Upon receipt of the
funds, a parcel of land was
purchased by Olivet Baptist
Chapel from the Estes
Timber Company on
November 6, 1961. The pur-
chase price, of approximate-
ly $4000, was approved for
nearly four acres of land fac-
ing, what is now, Dogwood
Drive on Highway 89. On
June 7, 1964, Olivet Baptist
Church was constituted with
ninety members! Fourteen


pastors have had the
privilege of leading the flock
called Olivet during their
subsequent 44-year journey.
Rev. Frankie E. Godsey has
served as Olivet's pastor
since December 6, 1992!
Sunday June 1, 2008, at
10:30 a.m., the members of
Olivet will celebrate their
44th Anniversary with a very
special day of remembrance.
Following the welcoming of
guests and related church
announcements, Brother
Frankie will recall church
history; present plaques to
deserving Olivet members;
honor our former pastors and
charter members; call to
remembrance, those who
have preceded us to heaven,
this year and detail church
accomplishments since our
last Homecoming Event!
Brother Rudy Ordonez and
family will provide our spe-
cial music. Dr. Bobby
Musselwhite, former Santa
Rosa Baptist Association
Director of Missions and
currently serving as our
Florida/Indiana Partnership
Coordinator and Director,
will bring the anniversary
message! Dinner on the
grounds follows in the
Fellowship Hall. Come,
participate, and join us in
celebration of this very
special anniversary event!
For further information, con-
tact Olivet, telephone 623-
2780 between 8 a.m. and 1.
p.m. Monday through
Friday.


True Love Waits Rally


Shepherd's . House
Ministries will be presenting
their True Love Waits Rally
2008 on Saturday, May 31
beginning at 2 p.m. until
dusk. Keynote speaker will
be Olon Hybe, Associate
Pastor of Hickory Hammock


Baptist Church. This rally
will include a drama, choir,
and Steppers Praise Dancers,
and rappers. This event is for
ages 9 to 18. There will be
door prizes. Come out and
get a blessing!


Western Night & Barbeque


Berrydale Baptist
Church will be having
"Western Night" on Friday
June 6, at 7 p.m.
Come join in for some
good eatin'. "Its fer a good
cause...." Western Night pro-
ceeds will help support the
Children's Ministries at the
church.
Dinner will include
BBQ Chicken Quarter, Corn
on the Cob, Green Beans,
Potato Salad, Roll, Tea or
Water and a Dessert.


There will be Blue
Grass Singing featuring
"High Cotton" and door
prizes. Come dressed in
"yer" finest western attire.
"Ya can't get no better meal
fer the price!" Its only $10
per plate. Deadline to pur-
chase tickets is Sunday, June
1st. Get "yer" ticket today!
For more information or
reservations, call 850-675-
1050.
The church is located at
6730 Highway 4, in Jay.


Ask the Preacher
pt"; a -'ie., ..,'.._unin arr,;sering your
, ,u/ue:;I.ti'n. vKn I E1'. l, .:i 3n,% ,is '5 about life.

Pastor Gallups - "Why do we hear less and less
preaching about the WRATH of God? Romans 1:18-32
comes to mind. Don't you think our country needs this
right now? Has God abandoned America? - W.S. - Milton
Dear W. S. - As for other preachers and other pulpits,
I wouldn't really know. But, sadly, I am hearing the same
sentiment from many other churchgoers with whom I
come in contact or who join our church after moving here
from other areas. I can speak honestly for myself...that I
DO PREACH on this topic as well as the "whole counsel
of God's Word." I have produced DVDs, "Ask The
Preacher" radio programs and several other publications
on this topic.
Yes, I think that our country needs this message now
and I think our country has needed it since its inception.
Several of founding fathers often expressed their grave
fear that the dreadful hand of God's wrath would fall upon
us because of our national sins. (i.e., slavery, treatment of
the American Indians, etc. ) I know that the godlessness
continues to abound - Evolution (teaching our children
that there is no God and that we come from monkeys),
Homosexuality (sensitivity training, alternative lifestyle
indoctrination), Sexual revolution (condoms, birth control
pills and STD vaccinations distributed through the
schools), the Abortion Holocaust (over 40 million babies
and much of the future of our nation destroyed for "con-
venience."), etc.
As .of this writing, I do not believe that God has
"abandoned" America. If that day comes - our enemies
will "overrun" us and destroy us. This could happen from
abroad or from within. I believe that we received just a lit-
tle "taste" of what happens when God lifts a "finger" off
of us on September 11, 2001. I know, to many... that is a
politically incorrect thing to say. However, I refuse to give
any credence to "political correctness" of any kind and,
additionally, I happen to know the principles of God's
Word concerning these ominus truths. I do believe that
America has many good things going for it and that God
has and continues to be very patient with us. I pray His
patience does not run out and that our nation will wake up
and begin to change its wicked ways...before the WRATH
of God falls upon us.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an
International Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and
Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have
any questions for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Picnic Celebration at Eternal TL


Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church is planning a special
celebration for our commu-
nity on the Saturday follow-
ing Memorial Day, May 31,
from 10 am. until 6 pm. The
congregation will be having
a cookout on the church
grounds. Menu will include
hand-pulled barbecue pork
shoulder, hamburgers, sweet
corn, watermelon and other
items. Live music will be
available during the day
along with horseshoes and
other activities for both
adults and children. Various
handcrafts will be available
to purchase in addition to
food. Organizations support-
ing our armed services have
also been invited to partici-
pate. Emerald Coast Authors
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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1 ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY Fj.ORIDA
GENE'L JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-001444CA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.

Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!


ALLEN J. VISE A/K/A ALLEN
JEFF VISE ET AL
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF ACTION - CON-
STRUCTION SERVICE
TO: ALLEN J. VISE A/K/A
ALLEN JEFF VISE; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF AL-
LEN J. VISE A/K/A ALLEN
JEFF VISE, IF ANY whose res-
idence is 15 PORT ROYAL
WAY, PENSACOLA, FL 32502.
and who is evading service of
process and the unknown de-
fendants who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, lienors, creditors, trus-
tees, and all parties claiming an
interest by, through, under or
against the Defendant(s), who
are not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the property de-
scribed in fhe mortgage being
foreclosed herein,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to foreclose
a mortgage on the following
property:


A LEASEHOLD INTEREST IN
AND TO LOT 22, BLOCK A
HOMEPORT, A PLANNED
UNIT DEVELOPMENT, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 13, AT PAGE 86,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA AND RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK E AT PAGE 14 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA FLORIDA, NOW LYING
AND BEING IN SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA UNDER
AND BY VIRTUE OF THAT CER-
TAIN LEASE AGREEMENT
DATED 5/4/88 RECORDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
2551, PAGE 814, AND ANY
AND ALL AMENDMENTS
THERETO ALL OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses if
any, on AVID J. STERN, EStQ.
Plaihliff's attorney whose ad-
dress is 900 South Pine Island
Rd., Ste 400, Plantation, FL
33324 June 23, 2008, (no
later than 30 days from the date


of the first publication of this
Notice of Action) and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
PlaI ntiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafer; otherwise a de-
foull will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court at SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, this 8 day of
May, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: BRANDY NORRIS
DEPUTY CLERK
THIS NOTICE SHALL BE PUB-
LISHED ONCE A WEEK FOR
TWO CONSECUTIVE WEEKS.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at ,


Litter Happ


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Do Your Part. Don't Lit


1-800-955-8771 (TDD1 or JASON MERCURIO A/K/AJA- 07-12538 (FTN)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida SON MERCUIRO; TRACY L.
Relay Service, MERCURIO A/K/A TRACY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MERCURIO A/K/A TRACY L. AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. MERCUIRO; ANY AND ALL TIES ACT persons with disabili
STERN P.A. UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- ies needing a special accom-
ATTORNIEY FOR PLAINTIFF ING BY, THROUGH UNDER modalion should contact
900 South Pine Island Rd., Ste AND AGAINST THE HEREIN COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
400 NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- the SANTA ROSA County
Plantation, FL 33324 ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT Courthouse at NONI,
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR 1-800-955-8771 )TDD o
052108 ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- 1.00-955-8770, via Forida
052808 , KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM Relay Service
51517 AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES 052808
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- HID- 060408
DEN ESTATES HOME OWN 5/540
ERS ASSOCIATION INC.-
Legal 5/540 FIRST HORIZON HOME LOAN
CORPORATION; JOHN DOE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF AND JANE DOE AS UN- Legal 5/541
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT KNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA SESSION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA DEFENDANTS) THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
GENERAL JURISDICTION IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
DIVISION NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-1240 CA SALE GENERAl JURISDICTION
DIVISION
FIRST HORIZON HOME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- CASE NO: 07-1364-CA
LOANS A DIVISION OF FIRST suant to a Summary Final Judg-
TENNESSEE BANK NATIONAL ment of Foreclosure dated May THE BANK OF NEW YORK
ASSOCIATION 14, 2008 entered in Civil Case TRUST COMPANY N.A. AS
PLAINTIFF No. 07-1240 CA of the Circuit SUCCESSOR TO JPMORGAN
VS. Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit CHASE BANK N.A. AS TRUS-
in and for SANTA ROSA TEE
County, MILTON, Florida, I will PLAINTIFF
sell to the highest and best bid- VS
der for cash at NORTH FRONT
STEPS at the SANTA ROSA KEVIN D. CHASE A/K A
County Courthouse located at KEVIN DUANE CHASE; MIIZI
6865 CAROLINE STREET in CHASE; ANY AND AhL UN-
MILTON Florida, at 11.00 KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
a.m. on the 3 day of July, 2008 BY THROUGH UNDER AND
1 n S the foil�winl described prop- AGAINST THE HEREIN
erty as setl north in said Sum- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
mary Final Judgment, to-wit: ANT[S) WHO ARE NOT
2 n ,A KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
LOT3 BLOCK A HIDDEN ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
ESTATS A PLANf ED UNIT KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
S DEVELOPMENT BEING A AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
PORTION OF 1'ECTION 12, HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH OR' OTHER LAIMANTS-
RANGE 27 WEST SANTA MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
S . ROSA COUNTY FLO RIDA REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
ACCORDING T6THE PLA INC BENEFICIAL FLORIDA
THEREOF RECORDED IN INC JOHN DOE AND JANE
PLAT BOOK G, PAGE 38 DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
OF THE PUBUC RECORDS ANTS IN POSSESSION.
OF SAID COUNTY. DEFENDANTS)
.AnYpersoncaiminaninterest NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
any. other 3han Ihe property
*... owne a o the datg Athe'teis NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
e n, must file claim suant 1? a Summary Final Judg-
i! in 6 doys ter h sae. ment ofa Foreclosure dated May
-* 'B of May ,14 2008 entered in Civil Case
Datled this 15 day of May No. 07-1364-CA o the Circuil
2008., Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuil
MARY M JON in and for SANTA ROSA
MARY M JOHNSON County, MILTON, Florida, I will
Clerk of the Circuit Court sell to he highest and best bid-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL der for casn at THE NORTH
By: Brandy Norris FRONT STEPS at the SANTA
Deputy Clerk ROSA County Courtlhouse l.
called at 6865 CAROLINE
'THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID STREET in MILTON, Florida, of
J. STERN. PA., ATTORNEY 11:00 a.m. on the 17 day of
FOR PLAIfTIF Jly 2008 tie following de-
te r 900 S, Pine Island Rd," Ste 400 sribed properly as set forth in
io3n3 R 324 stod Summary Final Judgment,i
(954)233-8000 to-wit:


LOT 34, BLOCK B, SIXTH
ADDITION TO SANTA
ROSA SHORES, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B, PAGE 132, OF
THE PUBIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person cloaimin an interest
in the surplus from the sale, it
ony. other than the property
owner as of the date of the lis
pnen0es, must ie a claim
within 60 cldays after the sale
Dated this 15 day of May,
2008.
MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A, ATTORNEY
FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
8954)233-8000
7-16398(HCNW)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation " should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at ,
800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
052808
060408
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAl JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:
57-2008-CA-000214
CITIMORTGAGE INC., SUC.
CESSOR BY MERGER TO ABN
AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP,
INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
JODY R. KEY- UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JODY R. KEY IF
ANY; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR


ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY.CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA- JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 57-2008-CA-000214 of
the Circuit Court of the 1ST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County, Milton, Florida, I
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the North
Front Steps of the Courthouse at
the SANTA ROSA Count
Courthouse located aot 6865
Caroline Street in Milton Flor-
ida, t 11:00 a.m. op the 3 day
of July2008 the foowng e-
scribed property as set forth in
said Summary inal Judgment,
to-wi:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, THENCE SOUTH
01*36'00" WEST 5.15
FEET- THENCE SOUTH
88�19'00" EAST 200.00
FEET TO THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF A
COUNTY ROAD (50 Ri/W)
THENCE SOUTH 01�36'00E
WEST ALONG SAID WEST-
ERLY R/W LINE 371.77
FEET; THENCE SOUTH
88�19'00" EAST 50.58
FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE EASTERLY R/W
UNE OF MUNDY LANE (50�
R/W) AND THE NORTH-
ERLY R/W UNE OF JENNI-
FER LANE(50R/), BEING
ALSO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 88�19'00"
EAST ALONG SAID'
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY UNE 107.72 FEET,;
THENCE NORTH 01'41'00"
EAST 153.13 FEET- THENCE
NORTH 88"19'06" WEST
107.94 FEET TO SAID
EASTERLY R/W LINE,;
THENCE SOUTH 01V36'00"
WEST ALONG SAID EAST-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE
153.13 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. BEING
LOT 36 BLOCK 1 OF AN
UNRECbRDED SUBDIVI-
SION KNOWN AS HIGH-
LAND WOODS.
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owner as of the dote of the lis
pendens, must tie a claim
within 60 days atter the sale.
Doled this 14 day of May,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, PA.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954)233-8000
08-292791FNM)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
lies needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at NONE,
1-800-955-8771 [TDDI or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
052808
060408
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:
572007CA001226CAXXXX
WACHOVIA BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATIONi
PLAINTIFF
VS.
DEBBIE K, HATMAKER A/K/A
DEBORAH K. HATMAKER; UN.
KNOWN SPOUSE OF DEBBIE
K. HATMAKER A/K/A DEBO-
RAH K. HATMAKER IF ANY;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NgCE OF FORECLOSURE


ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
2006-000937-CA
HOLLEY BY THE SEA IMPROVE-
MENT ASSOCIATION, INC., a
Florida not for profile corpora-
tion
Plaintiff,
v.
ANNIE LOUISE BANKSTON, et
al,
Defendants.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suont to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated February 16,
2007, and entered in Case No.
2006-CC-001501 of the
County Court in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida, wherein
Holley By The Sea Improvement
Association Inc. is Plaintiff and
ANNIE LdUISE BANKSTON
and SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
F/K/A SANTA ROSA COUNTY
TEACHERS FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION are Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash on the front steps of
the Sonia Rosa County Court-
house at 11 a.m. at 6865 Car-
oline Street, Milton, FL 32570,
on Tuesday, June 24, 2008 the
following described properly as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to wit:
Lot 3, Block 259, Holley
qy the Sea, according to
the plat the as re-
Page 155, of the Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
Lot 21, Block 259, Halley
yt e Sea, according to
plat tereo a re
Page 155, of the Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
DATED this 16 day of May,
2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Cler Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
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LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
ROAD SUITE 400
PLANTATION. FL 33324-3920
07-19714(HCNWI
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA Count
Courthouse at NONE,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955.8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
052808
060408

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA GEN-
ERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
SION
CASE NO:
57-2008-CA-000212
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
ROBERT L. MAGIN , ET AL,
DEFENDANTSS.

E &1W ICE
TO: ROBERT L. MAGIN AND
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ROBERT L. MAGIN
whose residence is unknown if
he/she/they be livina; and if
he/she/they be dead, the un-
known defendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors credi-
tors, trustees, and all parties
claiming by, through, under or
against the Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the property de-
scribed in the mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following prop-
erty:
LOT 5,ANDREW JACKSON
ESTATES, BEING A SUBDI-
VISION OF A PORTION OF
SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH RANGE 29 WEST
SANTA' ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C
PAGE 186, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.


suont to a Summary Final Judg- has been filed against you and
ment of Foreclosure date May Legal 5/572 you are required to serve a
14, 2008 entered in Civi 'Case copy of your written defenses if
N a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF an to it on DAVID J. STERN I,
572007CAOOI226CAXXXX of THE I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ES . Plaintiff's attorney, whose
the Circuit Court of the 1STJudi- IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA address is900 South Pine Is-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA COUNTY, FLORIDA land Road #400, Plantation, FL
ROSA Count, MILTON, Flor- GENERAL JURISDICTION 33324-3920 on or before June
ida. I will sell the highest and DmSION 23, 2008, (no later than 30
best bidder for cash at the CASE NO:2007-1441-CA days from the date of the first
NORTH FRONT STEPS at the publication of this notice of ac-
SANTA ROSA County Court U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- lon) and file the original with
house located at 6816 CARO- CIATION AS TRUSTEE, the clerk of this court either be-
LINE STREET in MILTON, Flor- PLAINTIFF, fore service on Plaintiff's attor-
ida at 11 t',C . ,-, on the 3 day VS. ney or immediately thereafter;
of iuly, .', i,- following de- otherwise a default will be en-
scrid property as set forth in RONALD E. HARDING, ET AL., tered ainst you for the relief
said Summary Final Judgment, DEFENDANT(S). dLemancLed in the complaint or
to-wit petition filed herein.
LOT 11 BLOCK 6, SANTA CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE WITNESS my hand and the seal
VILLA, SECTIONN 2 A SUB- of this.Cour at SANTA ROSA
DIVISION OF A PORTION TO: TYJANNA E. HARDING Count, Florida, this 19 day of
OF SECTION 13, TOWN- whose residence is unknown if May, z008.
SHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 29 he/she/they be living; and if
WEST SANTA ROSA he/she/they be dead, the un- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COUNITY, FLORIDA, AS RE- known defendants who may be COURT
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK spouses, heirs, devisees, grant- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
"B", PAGE 78 OF THE PUB- ees, assinees, lienors, credi- BY: Anaela Dunn
LIC RECORDS OF SAID tors, trustees, and all parties DEPUTY CLERK
COUNTY. claiming an interest by, through
under or against the Defend- LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
Any person claiming an interest ants, who are not known to be STERN
in he surplus from the sale, i dead or alive, and all, parties ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
any. other than the property havinior claiming to have any 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
owner as of the date of the lis righTille or interest in the prop- ROAD SUITE 400
oendens, must file s claim eriy described in the mortgage PLANTATION, FL33324-3920
Within 60 days ofer the sale being foreclosed herein. 08-29297 (CMI I
Dated this 14 day of May, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
2008. that an action to foreclose a TIES ACT, persons with
mortgage on the following prop- disabilities needing a special
MARY M JOHNSON erty: accommodation should contact
Clerk of the Circuit Court COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL LOT 12, BLOCK 213 the SANTA ROSA County
By: Joyce Watkins HOLLEY BY THE SEA, AC- Courthouse at NONE ,
Deputy Clerk CORDING TO THE PLAT 1-800-955-8771 TOO) or
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN 1-800-955-8770, va Frida
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE Relay Service, orid
J. STERN PA. ATTORNEY 155 OF THE PUBUC REC-
FOR PLAINTIFF " ORDS OF SANTA ROSA 052808
900 South Pine Island Road COUNTY, FLORIDA 060408
Suite 400 . . 5/574
Plantation, FL 33324-3920 has been filed against you and
(954)233-8000 you are required to serve a
07-16280 SLS copy of your written defensesif f
amto it.en DAVID J. STERJ [ [
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- address is 900 South Pine Is-I-11110
TIES ACT, persons with land Road #400, Plantation, FL Publisher's
disabilities needing a special 33324-3920 on or before June P ise
accommodation should contact 23, 2008, (no later than 30 Notice
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at days from the date of the first Freedom Communica-
the SANTA ROSA County first publication of this notice of tions Inc dba Santa
Courthouse at action and file the original with Inc a - nt
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or the clerk of this court either be- Rosa s Press Gazette and
1-800-955-8770, via Florida fore service on Plaintiff's attor- the Santa Rosa Free
Relay Service, ney or immediately thereafter; Press) reserves the right
otherwise a defaultwill been- to censor, recassi, re
052808 tered against you for the relief to censor, reclossify, re-
060408 demanded in the complaint or vise, edit or reject any
5/5p46 petition filed herein. advertisement not meet-
Legal 5/548 WITNESS my hand and the seal ing its standards of ac-
Legal of this Court at SANTA ROSA ceptance. Submission of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Count1, Florida, this 19 day of advertisement does not
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, May, 008. constitute an agreement
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA MARY M. JOHNSON to publish sai aadver-
GENERAL JURISDICTION CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT tisement. Publication of
DIVISION COURT an advertisement does
CASE NO: 08-25-ca CIRCUIT COURT SEAL o nstitmt daogres
BY: Angela Dunn not constitute an agree-
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS- DEPUTY CLERK ment for continued publi-
SOrCIATIO>N AS TRI ISTFF FOR cation.


MORGAN STANLEY MORT-
GAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-11
PLAINTIFF
VS.
BOBBY E. JACKSON, JR. UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF BOBBY
E. JACKSON. JR. IF ANY; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
UNDER AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR 'OTHER CLAIMANTS,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE
* Ol r~ AS IUIKINOWNIT\A/ FN TC


ANTS IN POSSESSION Registered Home
DEFENDANT(S) Daycare has opening for
" NOTICOF FORECLOSURE full-time for newborn to 3
TICE OF FORECLOSURE years of age Where play
S,- tlime is learning. In the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Pace arniea. 9 n th4-2354
suant to a Summary Final Judg Pace area. 4-2354
ment of Foreclosure dated May
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 08-25-ca of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
.. in and for SANTA ROSA
County, MILTON, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid- Denedale_ .
S der for cash at NORTH FRONT Dependable
STEPS at the SANTA ROSA Housekeeper
County Courthouse located t Seekin
6865 CAROLINE STREET in Seeking
MILTON Florida, at 11:00 additional clients.
a.m. on the 3 day of July 2008 Over 15 years
S the following describe prop.- of experience
erty as set Torth in said Sum. o experience!
mary Final Judgment, to-wit: References available
LOT 13 BLOCK D FOX upon request
DEN VILLAGES PHASE h A all 4-6236
SUBDIVISION OF A PaR- DUNN'S CLEANING
TION OF SECTION 14,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, -Free Estimates
RANGE 26 WEST, AC- -Low Rates
CORDING TO THE PLAT -Weekly, Biweekly
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN BrM iwite
PLAT BOOK D PAGE 75 or Monthly Visits
OF THE PUBUC RECORDS Locally Owned.
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Caol Penny
FLORIDA. 529-2497
Any person claiming a interest
-' in Ihe surplus from the sale, it
any. other ihan the property
owner as at the date 6t the Is
. e. I endens, must file a claim
... within 60 days aOler the sale Fe
S.Dated this 14 day of May, Fences Decks Docks
2008. JOHNSON Border to Border
MARY M JOHNSON Fence & Deck
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL company
By: Angela Dunn All types of fencing in-
Deputy Clerk stalled and repaired.
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID Specializing in privacy
J. STERN, P.A., ATTORNEY fencing and wooden
FOR PLAINTIFF decks. Our privacy
900 South Pine Island Road fences are built with
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920 SCREWS. Free Estimates.
(9541233-8000 485-2532.
07-22624(ASCF) www.bordertoborder-
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE fence.com
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
: disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or Coker's Lawn &
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Tractor Service
SRelay Service. From trimming to tractor
052808 work. Clean-ups, raking,
060408 hauling, mowing,
/54 __bushhoggmg, dirt work.
Reasonable rates,
Legal 5/565 free estimates.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF (850)623-0493
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 850)485-7977
CUlT, IN AND FOR SANTA licensed & Insured.


Greenmile Lawn
Tractor Service
& Land Clearing
Complete lawn moinfe-
nace. Debris clean-up, lot
prep, bushhogging,
hauling ,Spring cean-up.
Free Estimates
850-626-8288
Licensed & Insured


K & N Lawn
Service
*Racking
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861

PERFECTION LAWN
CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL
CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.
Free Estimates.
License#9840042605
Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248


New Hope
Painting &
Wallpapering
*Drywall repairs & patch
work
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, patios,
& sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling,
install cabnits, build
decks, trim, base &
case
*Residential
interior/exterior.
Family owned business,
over 30 years.
Call the Ericksens today
(850) 723-2550 or
623-6034


Lost Dog "Rosco" in
Tanglewooa East on Tues
May 20th. Male brindle,
about 501bs, with white
chest. Collar & tags. Call
Katie at 850-420-6351
or 850-313-3218






FOUND
Red, female dog
in Milton, off
Doqwood Drive.
776-5235


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PES & ANIMALS
2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Homo
2120 -Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials



2110

Free kittens to good
homes. 6 weeks old.
623-8672




| 2130 1

Baby Goats, Pygmy &
Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-


MERCHANDISE
3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)





We Deliver & install
Centipede
$t. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Trne
Ca uss lta. Save Money
H"wy 87 So, Milton

626-8578


Stewart's Tractor
Works & Land
Clearing
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hoggin &
discing, backhoe work,
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured




Fournier's Tree
Service & Stump
Grinding
Free Estimates
Best price Quaranteedl!
15% Senior Citizen
Discount
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
pruning. Licensed &
Insured,. 50-292-9192
Family owned and
operated.
Pace & Milton


FPO-__ -y
OTHER SERVICES^


Milton Garden
Club
Approximately 2000 sq
available for your
rental needs at afforda-
ble prices. Check us out I
626-2003
The Mower Medic
We service your mower
in your home at your
convenience.
Bob Knowles
[850)626-8300
Cel: (850)982-3576

WOULD YOU LIKE
TO SAVE 10% OR
MORE ON YOUR
NEXT FILL UP?
Power Train Supplement
(PTS): A cleaner running,
more efficient engine
adds 10% more miles to
the gallon of gas!
EZ POWER PRODUCTS
For more information
visit: EZPWER.COM


BUSINESS SERVICES


The Mower Medic

We service Your Mower in
your home at your
convenience
S*'--^ !


Bob Knowles
Office (850) 626-8300
Cell (850) 982-3576




Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushhogging * Dirt Work

Clean-ups * Raking

Hauling* Mowing

Reasonable Rates * Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493 Cell: 485-7977
S Licensed & Insured





Greenmile Lawn &

Tractor Service
-Complete lawn maintenance
~Debris clean-up -Lot prep
~Bushhogging ~Hauling
-Spring clean-up
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
850-626-8288






Tree ,. Slump Removal
Debris Removal & Storn Clean-Up
BuIsh Hogging ,& Dishing Dirl Work
Dermllic-n & Hatlinq
Land Clearinn Backhoe IVWorkl

516-1801 or 6754291
- ,.', r,: -r

PAUL STEAA.RT





NEW HOPE PAINTING
& WALLPAPERING

Interior ~ Exterior ~ Residential

~ Dry Wall - Pressure Cleaning

- Wallpapering ~ Carpentry Work

Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 ~ 623-6034
If no answer please leave message






I Milton Garden

k Club
Appoximately 2000 sq ft
available for your rental
ijl needs at affordable *'
^ prices.
Check us out!
626-2003
, T B E







All Types of Fences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are built with SCREWS
Free Estimates Locally Owned
Licensed & Insured
485-2532
www t.,:r.3 n r,:,t.r l,-,rren, i:.m
I i I ',


PERFECTION LAWN'
CARE SERVICES
SPRING & FALL CLEANUP
Mowing, Trimming,
Edging, Raking.

Free Estimates.
License #98400-42605L

Martin Correll
626-0383/554-2248




S FOURNIER'S
STUMP GRINDING
FREE ESTIMATES
BEST PRICE
S' GUARANTEED
15% Senior Citizen Discount
.,', "Specializing in"
HARD TO REACH
AREAS. ANY SIZE
STUMP REMOVAL
& ROOT PRUNING

850-292-9192
Licensed & Insured Family Owned & Operated


N Lawn Service

-Mowing-Edging
- TriTming

-Debri Removal
i'- . Licensed & Insured


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REASONABLE
PRICES






i WOULD YOU LIKE TO0
SAVE 10% OR MORE ON
YOUR NEXT FILL UP?
Power Train Supplement
(PTS): A cleaner running, more
efficient engine adds 10% more
miles to the gallon of gas!
EZ POWER PRODUCTS
For more information
visit: EZPWER.COM









Buildings / Garages
All Steel Constructions
FFr , De\-1% \ . c . Tr cm An.- -irs
*0017l7 m: f .w-l - 1 _ I


Cell- 850-206-4008
k Financing Available


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Gerard's

Well Drilling
Licensed & Insured
27 years experience
Wells for drinking water,
irrigation, ponds,
V , and pump repair.


\850-776-4271 or 850-377-4818






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The Business &

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623-2120
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-May 28, 2008


Entertainment Center
w/glass doors, oak fin-
ish, 5'w X 6'h0 holds
27"w TV-$125., End ta-
bles and coffee table
w/drawers (heavy
dutv)-$250., One end
table-$25.-vanilla dis-
tressed finish. 2-matching
bedroom chairs (plush
upholstery)-$ 100., Lamps
w/ shades - $15.-each.,
Quality furniture, like
new! Fold down/drop
leaf-table-$ 100., 6-piece
alass-top table/
chairs-$65., Computer
desk/bookcase-$60.
Milton (850)814-8767

UNIQUE OUTSIDE
FURNITURE
Picnic Tables $150.
Benches $60.
Chairs $30.
623-5753




YARD SALE
Sat May 31
6:30am- pm
5430 Pine Barron
Road, Milton.
Berryhill to Anderson.
2 households. Furniture,
computer items, movies,
household, clothes and
much more. 983-8548



�0�3240

Gun Show
Ft Walton
Fairgrounds
May31 &
June 1st
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking
(407)
275-7233
floridagunshows.com





5250 Watt
Porter Cable Generator
$300; Combo range/
oven dishwasher for
built-in $200. All in
good condition.
994-7783-after 6pm

Alice Mote

BASEBALL CARDS
10,000-12,000 CARDS.
CALL 983-3233

WANTED
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8042





2 wood
Bflat Clarinets:
S$110 (good cond.)
$30 (needs padding)
850 496-3874


Driver
Need Driver
*Home every night
*354 per mile
*$10.00 drop/pick up
lAverage 30 minutes)
*Tractor trailer
experience a must!
*Clean MVR
Call 850-626-8578
HELP WANTED
Light housekeeping.
Good Pay. Short hours.
Pleasant surrounding.
994-0051

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Pediatric office seeks a
caring person with excel-
lent communication skills.
Job includes obtaining
medical history, vital
signs and administering
vaccines. Full Time posi-
tion. Experience pre-
ferred. Please fax resume
to (850)983-0970 Or
mail to: 5962 Berryhill
Rd.
Milton, FL 32570
Night Shift
Manager needed. 6
months fast food experi-
ence required. Call for
appointment. 626-5675


NEW ,TOAV
Other
Delivery Driver
Immediate Openin .
$100-$300 Cass paid
daily Call 850-769-5366
Web ID #27808929







REAL ESTATE FO RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 -Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-fown Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Highway
90 location Miton. Call
Steve @ (850)341-1i952


Find Your *0
F J U ri - Centipede- |
15 st. Augustil |
Name & Warmrectin
We uDeliver
434-0066


1 Bedroom unfurnished aart-I
ment. Great for seniors $00
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.

Milton
Apartments. 3 different
locations. We have
efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
1 st month rent only $400
for any apartment.
NO DOGS! Mention this
ad for discount prices.
712-9968

MILTON & PACE
2/1. Each is all ceramic
tile. Stove, frig. & laundry
room. $575. per month.
Includes water sewer &
trash pick-up. Non smok-
inq environment.
626-2928
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. (furnished or
unfurnished), etc. Call
626-8973


S130

Free aort
hreee Palms Of
Freeport
Now available for Lease
or Purchase Affordable,
Easy Commute Commu-
nity Playground, & Pooll
2BR/ T.5 BA. Call
Heather of Jeff
850-835-0191




3/2 Home
5320 Anthony Ave., in
Milton $900.
*3/2 Home
6710 Cedar Ridge Cir.
in Milton $1,000.
*4/2 Home
6934 Kelvin Terrace in
Pensacola $1,000.
*"3/2 Home,
4821 Makenna Cir. in
Pace. $1,200.
*"4/2 Home
7035 Marissa Point Rd.
in Milton. $1,300.
*2/2 Home
7867 S Airport Rd. in
E. Milton. $795.
*3/2 Home
6569 Starboard Dr. in
Milton. $850.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

3 Bedroom Home.
Bedrooms have hard-
wood floors. Two
baths/tile floors,
livinm-dining combina-
tion carpeting. Large
family roomtile floor.
One-car garage/
washer-dryer hook-ups.
Fenced backyard.
Berryhill Road, Milton.
$950/Month.-$950 dep.
623-1975

Both Near Mulat
and N. 14th
4/2 .1700 sq. ft. $850
plus deposit; 3/1, 1000
sq. ft. $750. plus
deposit. 206-4440
East Milton
3 bdr. 2 bath
800.00 a month
800.00 deposit. (850)
393-3238


| 6140 6170
Freeport 3 & 2 bedroom units.
Available On large lots. Some utili-
Immediately! ties furnished. 994-8159
Immaculate 3 BR v 2BA
home in Freeport, 2 car Available June 1st 2
garage and screened pa- Bedroom/1 Bath trailer.
to! Gated community, Newly remodeled. Cen-
Clubhouse, and Commu- trail heat and air. Fenced
nity Pooll Very Reasona- ard. Quiet neighbor-
blel Move in immedi- hood. Water, trash and
atelyl Contact Heather lawn care furnished. No
850-835-0191 Pets. Credit Check and
8508359______ Reference. $575 a month
Milton $500 deposit. 516-0786
2BR 1BA FEMA MOBILE
FOR RENT HOMES. 3/1. East
Spacious, totally custom- Gate Mobile Home
ized. New ceramic tile, Ranch. 626-8973
carpet, custom cabinets
and all new appliances HUD APPROVED
and utility room make this All electric, 2/2, cam-
home a renter's dream, pletely rebuilt in 2002.
Water included for Excelrent condition.
$675. (850)637-6333 Large private lot. $500
month,$400 deposit.
Milton 994-8271
3/BR 2/BA.
Newly remodeled.
Fenced-in back ard. Jay/Milton/Pace
$800/mth. $8d0/dep. entls 2 & 3 bed
501-6220 or 686-0602 rooms. $400-$650 er
_____________ month.Section 8/Hud ac-
Milton cepted. Call 994-5703
Like New
3/BR 2/BA, double car Marlborough Village
garage, fenced yard. 3 bedroom/2 bath.
vaiaoble now. Rent or Own. $600 mth.
Military clause honored. $600 Dep. 723-2532
$895 mth-$800 deposit.
Pet allowed with pet fee. Milton
Call 850-501-0273 or 2/2 - total electric.
529-7899 Dishwasher, etc.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch
626-8973

Navarre ~ Milton
2 store 4 br, 21/2 ba, In Pollard Park
2150s home on lae Total electric. No ets
natural lot in beautiful, $435.month/$200.
quiet waterfront neigh- deposit. water andgar-
borhood. 9' ceilings sep- ge included. Bay Crest
rate living & dining Realty. 994-7918
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub & separate Milton
shower in master bath. Marlborough Village
$1800mo. Call 850 Very large double wide
261-0322, or 685-8048 lover 2000 sq. ft.) 4/2,
leave message, family room, ireplace &
cathedral ceiling. Double
Pace lot with backyard privacy
2 Bedroom 2 bath. fenced & large storage
$675 mth.By appoint- building. Nice! $725
ment. Mary Blair month/$700 deposit.
626-0287 994-0155
........ : Milton
". ", , Quiet Clean Park
...- Rent includes water, gar-
6150 bage and lawn service.
Milton/Munson No Pets.
Long or short term. 2/2 for $500/mth.
Quiet, non-smoking Call 698-4582
environment - 3/2.
Free Maid Service. , Milton
$295. month. Quiet Park 2006
(573)303-2540 2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
.. monthly deposit.
03 626-1552s
Milton
E. Milton Several Mobile Homes
Room for rent in a 2/1 2/BR totally renovated.
house on lae lot. 10 x Raning in price
16 storage s ed. $225. $300/mth to $500/mth
month 607-1680 $200/eposit. No pets.
_Lots also available
Milton 983-7259
Large Room, includes ------
utilities, washer/dryer, Navarre/Midway
share kitchen, near Kings 2/2, 14 X 80. Totar
Middle School. electric. No pets.
$80-$100 per week $585.month/$300 de-
plus deposi98 . 626-286 posit. Bay Crest Realty
or 982-3176 994-791"B


6170 | 7100
North Milton
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch. Pace
$525/mth includes Must Seel
water arGbae & sewer. 5410 Jenny Cir. 3/1.5
$495/�eposit. brick w/garage. Com-
623-990 plete renovation, ever9th-
Off Avalon Blvd s9 .36 $ 119 00
2/BR, covered entry, all 504-214-2559 or
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
ba e included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Off Da Lisa Road
3/2 single wide. Total
electric, no ets.$575
month/$300 deposit. a 7150s
6538 Pearl Riley. Bay
Crest Really 994-7918
Pace JAY
1/1 in park. 40 acres
$435/mth $200/dep. Looks like your in the
No pets.Water and gar- Smokey Mountains with
bage furnished, rolling hills, large oaks
Bay Crest Realty and a beautifulcreek.
994-7918 $6,900 per acre. May
divide. Owner financing
Pace possible. (850)623-1288
3/BR 2/BA doublewide,
4832 Guernsey Rd.
$750/mth $500/dep. ________
No pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty'
994-7918
Pace
Large 16ft x 87ft.. i 4 ."
3/2 wih cath edral ceil-
ings, mirrored walls, I
island kitchen. Private lot,
completely fenced. Very
nice $650 month
500 dep. Available
V/1/08. 994-0155 O10 INE
RECREATIONAL
-... 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110a - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
S;,. a8130 -Trucks
8140 - Vans
' 8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
^ as S a& Accessories
8210 - Boats
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
7100 - Homes 8240 - Boat & Marine
7110 - Beach Home/ Supplies
Property 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
7120- Commercial 8320 - ATV/OffRoad Vehicles
7130 - Condo/ownhouse 8330 - Campers & Trailers
7140 - Farms & Ranches 8340 - Motorhomes
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


2004 Lincoln
Continental. 51 000 plus
miles. Asking $11,450.
(850)957-4485


BMW 545i 6 speed
2004 Best options: Nav-
igation, sports pkg., cold
weather pkg., Sirius 6
disc CD, BMW 100K
warranty, silver w/qray
leather. 57k miles $31k
Call Larry
850.231.0327 or
423.503.6410


Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent car!
$6500. Please call
240-4145

Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
- Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


1986 FORD
RANGER
New V-6 Motor,
new auto transmission,
2 new tires @ front.
Needs paint & carpet.
Asking $1,200.
(Go Alt. 90 to Hardee's
in Pace, go north on
West Spencer Field
Road, go west on
Lawrence Avenue.
Truck is on the right.
Blue & white
(mixed color)
Call Opal Jordan at
232-1300 (cell)
4112 Lawrence Ave.
994-1671 (home)
Pace, FL 32571


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Navarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dinmn
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg
whirlpool tub anc
separate shower in mas
ter bath. Beautiful, quie
waterfront neighborhood
Priced to sell at the re
duced price o
$248,750. Call 85C
261-0322, or 685-804E
leave message. ,


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1995 Dodge
Caravan
Liaht blue, runs good,
allt power $1,80.
Call Lonnie 623-2346




1999 Freight Liner
FLD 112. Road ready,
Tanker ready. Fully
serviced. Ready to roll.
$12,500. Call (850)
261-8407 or (850)
957-4952



8170
360 Dodge V-8 motor
& transmission, running
very well when taken out
of vehicle. $500 firm.
675-6421


8210 ]

SeaRay 23 Laguna cen-
ter console Twin Merc
135's VHF, Lowrance,
FF/GPS plotter, safety
equip. Trailer. Fresh
water boat $19,500.
(517) 376-0250




1998 Rexhall
Diesel Pusher. 34 ft. with
slide. 51K miles, Corian
counters, Jake brake,
Tow package. Loaded.
$55,000. obo
623-3788

Evinrude 90 HP
V-4 (under 40 hours)
Great condition. Controls
included $1 800. Milton
(850)814-8768






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Darien Blake Baino
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Mark Ryan Banks
Deanna Nicole Basham
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Jessica Michelle Bibeau
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Liana Ivette Blair
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Brooke Elaine Boylan
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Geoffrey Alan Brill
Maria Yvonne Brine
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Laura Ann Brosch
Amanda Ann Brown
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Jessica Lauren Bryant
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Scott David Bunze
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Jasmin Ariel Busbee
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Caroline Marie Buxton
Samuel Morris Bynum
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Michael Steven Carbaugh
Justin Alan Carney
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Brittany Marie Clay
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Stephanie Marie Coffey
Victoria Kathryn Coker
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Calvin Jacob Conner
Patrick Bryan Cooke
Charles Hunter Cruger
Megan Marie Darroch
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Jacob William Dugger
Haley Collins Duke
Alexandra Blair Echsner
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Claire Griffin Evans
Kyra Lynn Fader
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Lauren Elizabeth Fenner
Matthew Christopher Ferrara
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Manuela Renee Fiorentino
Martine Louise Boudreaux
Flake Lauren Anne Fleming
Philip Weldon Floyd
Katherine Louise Franklin
Stuart Michael Franklin
Ayla Anne Freeman
Kelsey Ann Freeman
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Harrison Cosner Garrett
Shea Kathleen Geraghty
Thomas Patrick Gibble, Jr.
Jessica Louise Gillis
Emileigh Gail Godfrey
Annie Rose Godwin
Ryan Scott Goodwin
Caitlin Marie Gottstine
Alexis Lleixa Gouldman
Mary Emma Grace
Josh Douglas Green,
Carson Michael Greenway
Mallory Shea Griffin


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Alicia Marie Guerra
Nicholas Corey Gunter
Kolton Edward Hanke
Michael David Harbin
Whitney Dolores Harris
Rachel Jean Harvey
Jenny Anne Hasseltine
Robert Donald Havrilla III
'Christine Elizabeth Hay
Bobbie Jo Haynes
Jordan Jerome Headdy
Corey Evans Headrick
Austin Stewart Heath
Nichole Lynn Helmick
Christina Rey Helvenston


Jennifer Gwyn Heriot
Bradley Eric Hess
David Marshall Hibberts
Andrew Thomas Hidinger
Andrew Boyd Hobbs
Philip Tyler Hoffman
Clayton Christian Hogseth
Jeremy Dennis Hogue
Jennifer Lynn Holder
Katherine Aileen Hollingsworth
Christopher William Hollman
Jonathan Lee Holway
Jordan Cheyenne Huffmaster
Alyson Paige Humphrey
Verones Devin John Hurd
Justin William Hurd
Alex Glen Hussmann
Sarah Paige Hyman
Meaghan Elizabeth Ives
Christopher Gene Jeansonne
Jacqueline Suzanne Jerrems
David Michael James Johnson
Ryan Christopher Jordan
Toy Lewis Jordan IV
Hillary Ann Kates
Sara Patricia Kelly
Kadee Marcy Kennedy
Meghan Nicole Kirby
Shelby Kladitis
Bradley Thomas Klein
Benjamin Per Kleppe
Brittany Danielle Knotts
Chelsea Marie Knox
Anthony Stephen Kolokouris
Kirstyn Marie Kotwal
Justin Arthur Krause
Casey Renea Kuktelionis
Haley Camille Lake
Dakota David Lanning
Jeffrey Teixeira Lanza
Brittany Ann Lavin
Jordan Marie Law
Elizabeth Rose Lawlis
Cory James Lawson
Brittain Kelly Layne
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Jesse Milan Elmond Lee
Philip Alan Lee
Michele Marceline Legendre
Joseph Key Leonard
Catherine Leslie Lewis
Mason James Lieberknecht
Justin Brock Lindemann
Christopher Alan Little
Shelly Christine Long
Benjamen Kyle Losoya
Brittany Michelle Loudon
Christopher Grey Martin
Erika Ashley Martinez
Kurtlan Dean Mason
Melanie Rose Matthews
Ashley Noel Mayfield
Jessica Diane Maywhort
Grant Patterson McCormick
Justin Clase McNary
Max Camie Mead
Nicholas Barrett Medeiros
Lucas Jay Medwell
Matthew Doise Merolli
Patricia Anne Messer
Elizabeth Anne Meyers
LaBruce Hanahan Miller
Megan McCall Miller
Dylan Leon Millikan
Erik Duvon Mims
James Jordan Mitchell
Scott Cronin Mitchell
Dane Olivier Monnin
Michele Frances Moody
Victor Ernesto Moran
Sarah Ann Morgan
Joel Walter Murphy
Linda Louise Murray
-Franklin Billywayne Muscare
Lauren Marie Musick
April Lynn Narvie
Ryan Nicole Nelson
Thao Thanh Nguyen
Johnathan Edward Nieberlein
Brittany Diana Nolan
James Keaton Norris
Kelsey Lane Norris
Erin Marie O'Dea
Joshua Adam O'Leary
Jake Patrick O'Neall
Patrick Thomas O'Sullivan
Ryan Michael Oberhausen
Tiffanie Renee Odenbrett
Ashley Elizabeth Ogurek
Brian Patrick Olsen
Joshua Alexander Pagonis
Ryan Denton Painter
Javier Palau
Raymond William Palmer
Stuart Miles Parks
Benjamin Scott Parrish
Brad Taylor Parrish
Briana Lynn Pate
Matthew Ryan Patrick
Makenzie Renee Patton
Christine Marie Pefley


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Jessica Joyce Phelps
Susan Katherine Poindexter
Patrick Shaun Pulley
Brittany Nicole Pyle
Brittany Frances Radcliffe
Jarrod Dale Rainey
Sarah Elizabeth Randle
Jessica Lee Rapp
Peter James Rappold
Meagan Amanda Rea
Chelsea Ann Ready
Sara Anne Redding
James Michael Reeves
Erika Heather Reid
Erich Gunter Reitz


Logan Michael Rejda
Anna Catherine Reynolds
Tyler Nicholas Reynolds
Crystopher Eugene Rice
Amber Niccole Rilling
Ashlee Michelle Ritter
Mariano Rivera III
Michael Francis Roane
Chad Christopher Robin
Alexander Howell Robinson
Haley Marie Robinson
Jacqueline Renee Robinson
Jonathan David Robles
Noelle Kristine Robles
Sean Paul Robles
Zachary Michael Rogers'
Ryan Mitchell Roose
Victor Adrian Rosales
Ryan Shayne Routh
Samantha Jennifer Saad
Rachel Rebecca Sadler
Taylor LeeAnn Sansom
Austin Thomas Santiago
Kyle Louis Saxton
Emily Faith Scarborough
Meagan Michelle Schaeffner
Steven Paul Scheidt, Jr.
Ashley Carol Schermerhorn
Michael Jeffrey Schoettle
Ellyn Kendra Schroeder
Karl Edward Schroth
Walter Alfred Schroth
Anna Dee Schundelmier
Craig Robert Schwartz, Jr.
Brandon David Scott
Janice Olivia Searcy
Bryan Michael Segars II
Joseph Taylor Segars
Sarah Frances Sepulveda
Thomas James Shay
Whitney Laura Shay
Arthur Christopher Shearman II
Samantha Nicole Sheppard
Claire Elizabeth Shipman
Sophie Margaret Shows
Bryan Keith Shreve, Jr.
William Wade Shumate
Shelby Renee Simms
Alexandra Camille Simon
Michael Jared Sims
Evelia Marie Singleton
Kevin Benjamin Skelton
Nicholas Race Skewes
Amanda Renee Smith
.Austin James Smith
Brittney Marie Smith
Casey Kenneth Smith
David Jordan Smith
Lauren Ashley Smith
Marcaus DeAndred Smith
Erika Morgan Solarski
Olivia Rose Soutullo
Maxwell Michael Spencer
Brennah D'Layn St. Ores
Allen Christopher Stanley
Kirstie Leigh Stivers
Jeremy Allen Suelflow
Dallas Carroll Sullivan
Tara Eve Swann
Luke Dockins Sydnor
Brianna Michelle Tash
Amoreena Nicole Thach
Ashley Marie Thibodeaux
Kerri Elizabeth Thomas
Matthew Reece Thomas
William Allen Thomas
Ryan David Thompson
Sean Kristofer Thompson
Reid Michael Tidwell
Mallory Gayle Torgersen
Lasey Marie Travis
Courtney Lee Trevino
Michael Jared Tugwell
Kaitlin Elizabeth Turner
Heidi Lea VanValkenburg
Mario Richard Vargas
Alexandra Pauline Venezia
Sarah Ruth Vierthaler
Jonathan Earl Villanueva
Graham Fletcher Wade
Tess Flanagan Waggoner
Mark Samuel Waghalter
Clayton Dale Walden
Kaitlyn Meghan Walsh
Mark Alan Washburn, Jr.
Trevor Lee Webb
Korey Lamar Weeks
Melanie Choe Weems
Larry Douglas Weis
Eleni/Maria Weisnicht
Sydney Victoria Wentworth
Angela Montiene Whidby
Robert Cameron Whiddon
Travis Donald White
Vance Thomas White
Stefan Jevon Wiley
Joshua Michael Wilkins
Stewart Hamilton Williams
Tabatha Louise Williams
Tyler Dean Williams
Christopher George Wilson


Heather Marie Wilson
Analise Mary Wise
Edward Jackson Wolfe
Racquel Marion Wood
Mary Elizabeth Wyse
Ashley Louise Yates
Allison Jean Zangari
Andrew Michael Zillen
Rafael Coelho Martins-Foreign
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Dennis James Abegg


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lan Eric Adkins
Brittany Anne Aguirre
John Taylor Fejeran Aguon
Kenneth Sean Aitken
April Michell Albertini
Matthew Ryan Alcala
Gregory Willis Alford
Edwin V. Alicea
Richard Alvah Ammons
Ashley Nicole Anderson
Daniel Adrian Anderson
Eric Alder Anderson
Kady Leigh Anderson
Steven David Anderson
Michael Alexander Andrade
Chelsea Lane Androw
Sabrina Leah Andujar
Ashley Lauren Arellanes
Charles Allen Armstrong
Jasmeil Lamour Armstrong
Savanna Lynn Armstrong
Brittany Anne Arrey
Timothy Shane Ashley
Sarah Maehealani Augustin
Olga Avtsarenkova
Jacob Andrew Bacon
Lauren Renee Baczewski
Brandi Nicole Baird
Elizabeth Kristina Barber
Maygan Elizabeth Barberan
Jessica Rene Barker
Christine Amelis Barr
Logan Robert Bauer
Althea M. Beaton
Steven Mark Beauchamp Jr.
Taylor Marseille Beaugez
Stephen Andrew Bellinghausen
Vincent Jay Bennett
Katreena Rose-Berletich
Amanda Jean Bernsdorf
Joshua Webb Bersanti
Kelsey Lene Berschger
Tiffany Concepcion Bethune
Caitlin Leigh Bishop
Dianna Denea Black
Malori Jean Blatz
Brandon Lee Blizzard
Justin Daryl Blocker
Taylor Renee Bostic
Kennie Thomas Boucher
Kyle Ries Bouressa
Katheryn Ann Boyd
Hamilton Range Boykin
Hunter Ridge Boykin
Lauren Chyrel Brewer
Anita Earlean Brice
Aaron David Briggs
Zachary Scott Briggs
Joshua A. Brooks
Jenna Wayne Brown
Jesse Lynn Brown
Kristen Allyssa Brown
Lauren Taylor Brown
Samantha Jordan Browning
Erica Marie D. Bruski
Jett Allen Bryan
Daniel Justin Burnison
Julia Christine Bush
Andrea Renee' Cabrera
Jason Allen Cahn
Alexander James Calabro
Nicolle Elizabeth Campbell
Suzann Krystal Capitano
Stephanie Lorraine Carpenter
Elonzo David Carter Jr. *
Stefanie Rachel Carter
Edward Garrett Casey *
George Franklin Cavitt Jr.
Jonathan George Chavers
.Hector Daniel Chavez
Jennifer Lynn Christensen
Brett Donald Christian
Larah Danyelle Clark *
Tori Lynn Clay
Matthew Robert Cloud
Mahryn Nicole Clough
James Michael Coakley *
Robert Ray Coger
Kaitlan Allyss Coleman
Misty Dawn Collins
Brian James Commissiong
Amanda Jean Coomes *
Chelsea Simone Corbett
Brittany Nicole Cox
Jearim Kiriat Craig
Brittany Dee Crocker
Daniel Patrick Crotty
Vincent Edward Culliver
Raymond Scott Curfman
Alison Haley Curie
Scott Calvin Damron *


Brandon Eric Daughtry
George Tyler Dearing
Stevie Lauren Decker
Danielle Julia deLaVega
Shawn Joseph Delory
Gabriela Marie DeVries *
David Gabriel Diaz
Rachel Alicia Dickerson
Cazandra Marie Dilworth
Justin Earl DiPilla
Alexandra Lee Dolan
Jessica Lynn Dowden
Lauren Elizabeth Dubois
Dianna Marie Dubreuil
Steffan Kiefer Ducharme


John Wesley Duke
Skye Lynn Dumont
Ryan William Dunaway
Amber Faith Dunham
Cassandra Michelle Dunn
Stefan Bannerman Dunn
Christina Renee Eberle
Jeffrey Allen Elliott
Robert James Elsas
Kattie Ann Emerson
Jennifer Patricia Endres
James William Enfield
Nicholas James Eustace
Christian Louis Ewing
James Tyler Faulk
Brandi Marie Faus
Valeria V. Fedorova
Randy Earl Felkins ,
Alexandra Lee Fick
Alicia Anne Filbert
Whitney Leigh Fischer
Kimberly Ann Fitzpatrick
Joel David Flanigan
Jean G. Flores
Michael David Flowers
Scottie Lee Ford II
Tanner James Foster
Joseph Johannes Frank
Brett James Franklin
Jared Riley Franklin
Morgan Bree Franklin
Matthew Shawn Frosch
Lauren Ashley Gagnon
John Mitchell Gatzman
Joshua David Gefen
Demetra Sheree Giblin
Shane Lee Giehil
Alexandra Stangle Gifford
Rachel Megumi Gifford
Jennifer Jade Gillespie
Chantel Lyndy Gillilan
Jessica Jean Glenn
Chelsea Danae Godwin
Dylan Phillip Goff
Hannah Elizabeth Goff
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Lauren Bray Goodin
Timothy F. Graves
Catherin Elyse McKenna
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Michael Joseph Grim
Austin David Grimm
Justine Avery Gudmundson-
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Sebastian Guenther
Genesis M. Guerrero
Ryan Adam Guynn
Travis Eugene Hagen
Shawn Michael Haimelin
Miranda R. Hamblin
Jacob Keith Hardison
Johnathon David Harris
Emily Ann Hawkins
Brett Allen Heithold
Matthew Andrew Helton
Dusteh Lafayette Henderson
James Steven Henderson
Laura Ann Henderson
Amanda Mae Henson
Joseph Micah Hermance
Adrian Jose Hernandez
Amanda Micheal Hickman
Matthew Charles Hicks
Geno G. Hill
Brandon Kyle Hodge
Benjamin William Hoffman
Jacob Clyde Holsclaw
Joshua Kevin Hostler
Nicholas F. Householder
Caitlyn Cristina Howard
Harrison Jacob Howard
Haleigh Kay Humphries
Kyle Martin Irby
Candace Nicole Isaacs
Jennifer Lynne Jackson
Nicholas Dean Jackson
Jeremy Kenton James
Jory Reuben James
Ashley Nicole Johnson
Jake Edmond Johnson
Lindsey Mae Johnson
Kayla Rene' Jones
Jesse Emile Joseph
Eric Anthony Juarez
Joshua Kelly Judson
Nicha Jumsil
Nicholas Jacob Kaelbli
Jacquelynn Rose Karsten
Brianna Lindsay Kastner
Pawandeep Kaur
Kyle Matthew Kelly
Kendall Colby Kennington


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Danielle Kristina Kildow
Michael Charles Knowlton
Nicole Jean Kroeger
Tiffiny Rae Krupka
Katarzyna Elzbieta Kundera
Giovanni G. Lacognata
Brittany Nicole Landry
Victoria Dawn Larson
Michael Richard Laughlin *
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Jason Brian Lebakken
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Natalie MacDonald Liongson
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Dustin Douglas Longhenry
Aaron Scott Lopez
Kevin Edward Lovett
Alexandra Marie Luongo
Sasha Nodlle Lusk
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Brittany Nichole Maggard
Jillian Jean Mankoff
Haley Catherine Mann
Jordan Jacob Manning *
Charles Alexander Marek
Alisha Debra Marotz
Hannes Marschalek
Kellen F. Martin
Kyle M. Massingill
Virginia Morgan Maynard *
Sheila Marie McCabe
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Steven Gregory McJunkins
Ryan Benjamin McKinley
Talluya Lennette McKinnie
Patrick McKivison
Tabitha Katherine McMillian
Michele R. McNulty
Christopher Michael Melo
Amanda Marie Mendez
William Raymond Messner
Nicholas Joseph Meyer
Sheryl Elaine Miles
Ashley Ann Miller *
Krystena Marie Miller
Renee Marie Millis
Michael Adrian Mobley
Melissa D. Modlin
David Thomas Morrell
Ashley Jane Morrow
Cassandra Leigh Mosley
Chet Averion Moyer
Danielle Leigh Muir
Keith Andrew Munday
Jonathan William Naimi
Joshua Trevor Nancarrow
Quiaundra Necole Nance
Morgan Elizabeth Nelson
Theresa Emily Nelson
Joshua Jarius Nicdao
Anders Brun Nissen
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Amber Lynn Novotny
Alexis Christine O'Connor
Ryne Grdgory O'Dea
Zachary Michael O'Hara
Erica Lee O'Neill
Robert Aaron Olive
Nicole Ann Oliver
Travis Austin Om
Derek William Ostrom
Morgan Leigh Owsley
Deanna Alicia Padilla
Jomaris Ann Padilla
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Melissa Pagan
Nicholas William Pannell
Shana Rae Pearce
Jonathan Andrew Peck
Brandon Michael Penn
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Erica Michelle Peterson
Lindsey Nicole Phillippe
Jenna Nicole Phillips
Victoria Lynn Phillips
Brittany Lynn Polhamus
Akeem Green Potter
Kristen Ashley Potts
Steffany Ann Prellberg
Tiffany Ann Prellberg
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Alicia Marie Price
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Quinton A. Sluka
Brittany Nicole Smith
Jessica Renee Smith
Lauren Marie Smith
Steven Kyle Smith
Travis James Smith
Amber Elizabeth Soto
Steven James Southwell
Allen Michael Spangler
Stacy Anne Spayde
Jennifer Anne Speanburgh
Joshua Vernon Speer
McKayla Marianna Spencer *
Robert Mitchell Stanford
Jessica Christine Stapleton
Carey Danielle Starnes
Jonathan Shane Starr *
Christopher Alfonso Stephenson
Tara Mckenzie Stevens
Joshua Shaun Stewart
Johanna Sue Stivers
Ashley Natalia Stone
Sarah Grace Stott
Amanda Tenille Stouffer
Keaton Lane Sweatt
Michael James Swenson
Joshua Charles Swinford
John Stuart Syzdek
Sebastian Szulc
Ashley Danielle Tankersley
Dalton Lee Taylor
Kyle Scott Taylor
Cassidy Lyn Thomas
Latia Shonice Thomas
Tyce Franklin Thomas
April Yong Thurman
Riley Gregory Tilghman
James Edward Timberlake
Christina Ann Tolbert
Gabriel Jose' Torres-Malave
Kelsey Kay Traynor
Ryan Christopher Tucker
Lerren Grace Tyler
Samantha V. Ubiera
Stephen Kane Usry
Kayla Morgan Vanburen
Sarah Leeann Vanlandingham
Mary Alexis Vaughn
Marisa Danielle Wallace
Elizabeth Carolynn Wallek
Wallace Reid Walls III
Nicholas Ryann Watson
Christopher Dale Weaver
Justin Thomas Wescoat
Jonathan Paul West
Kristen Nicole White
Shadrick Wayne White
Christopher Lawton Whitfield
Phillip Scott Whittington
Ashley Danielle Williams
Benjamin Ryan Williams *
Kristina Michelle Williams
Stacey Ann Williams
Steven J. Williams
Elizabeth Estelle Williamson
Brittany Morgan Willis
Aneshia Dychelle Wilson
Mildred Mercado Wilson
Tamara Kailea Wilson
Terrence Scott Wilson
Charles Bernard Windfelder III
Caridace Ashton Woody
Chase Tanner Wright
Warunee Annie Yamprasert
Courtney Nichole Yates
Erin Esther Yea
Ashley Nicole Zaleske
* Top Academic Scholars


2008 Pace High
Senior Class

Jonathan Miles Abbott
Samuel Jack Abbott
Nicholas Taylor Abendan


Joshua Mark Adams
Allie Day Adkinson
Rosemarie P. Aguilar
Matthew Thomas Ales
Brittany Lynea Andrews
Kyle Tristan Angeles
Ashley Nicole Annis
Katie Ashlen Anthony
Jonathan Charles Antone
Jessica Lillian Arrant
William Albert Astin
Christopher Irby Atkinson
Charlie Jane Babb


Shaylyn Renee Baggett
Devin Anne Bagley
Kimberly Nicole Bailes
Bryan A. Baker
Zachary Wright Ballard
Brittany Leigh Ballinger
Tyler Ray Bankich
Phillip Ryan Barrett
Stephen Jacob Bastarache
Chad Grady Baxley
William Andrew Beach
Jason Wade Beasley
Caitlin Nichole Belanger
Jason Benjamin Bickerstaff
Alexa Cheyenne Billingsley
Ryan Thomas Bird
Jessica Danielle Bishop
Marshall Ryan Bixler
Charles Michael Blake
Megan Hell6n Bobo
Mary Virginia Boehme
Joseph Kolby Boesen
Kathleen S. Borges
Trysha Leona Boudreau
Sara Elizabeth Bowland
Terrence Robert Bowman
Travis Nathaniel Boyd
Jacob Arthur Bradley
Weston Keith Bragg
William Taylor Brantley
Justin Michael Bray
Devyn Janine.Brewer
Tyler Kent Brogan
Amber Brittany Brooks
Colton Jacob Brooks
Joel James Broussard
Hope Whitney Brown
Nicholas Aaron Brown
Marissa Ariel Browning
Brett Parker Butts
Leslie Faye Bynum
*David Benjamin Byram
Stewart Wesley Calloway
Sylvia Emily Campbell
Dustin William Carlyn
Brittany Jordan Carr
Caleb Lynn Carruth
Courtney Suzanne Carson
Brittany Nicole Castille
Jessica Lynn Castleberry
Madeline Raye Braze Cates
Micky Dewayne Caudell
Stephen Brandon Cawthon
Mickenzie Marie Cheer
Jamie Marie Chiswell
Nicholas Sebastain Christ
Jessica View Christiansen
Megan Florence Clapper
Samantha Ann Clayton
Christopher Blake Cochran
Caitlin Patricia Coffey
Michael Joseph Colburn
Lois Ellen Collins
Christopher Colon
Erik Louis Colon
Stephen Jeffrey Comitalo
Shaina Brianne Condrey
Jacob Michael Conner
Richard Robert Cottrell
Natasha Liane Coulter
Angelia Darlene Cranford
Griffin Rebecca Crawley
Joseph Tyler Cribbs
Rachel Michele Cutts
Andrew Conrad Dalgleish
Alexander Nicholas Dallman
Conrad Everett Davis
Mathew Scott Denny
Melissa Nicole Dinger
Kael Geoffrey Dougherty
Zackary Edgar Douglas
Brittany Carol Dowdle
Alexander William Dufano,
Cassandra Lee Dufano
Andrew Trey Duncan
Celeste Daphne-Jade Dunn
Heather Nicole Dunn
Megan Danielle Dunn
Steven Robert Dunne
Carl James Dyess
Amber Rae Ebert
Jamie Renee Eck
Christopher Allen Edgar
Christopher Phillip Edwards
Regina Brobke Enfinger


Ashley Omina Fabery
Michael Tormey Fallon
Callie Elizabeth Farill
Samantha Kay Fenaes
Matthew Ryne Fish
Joseph Ryan Flaws
David Joshua Flood
Sarah Marie Forehand
Donald Perry Fowlkes
William Thomas Frain II
Christopher Taylor Freeman
Danielle Cameron Freeman
Seth Edward Fricks


Hali Nicole Gaines
Jeffrey Guy Getchell
Brittney Olivia Gibson
Brandon Mark Gilmore
Brittney Nicole Godfrey
Savannah Megan Gonzales
Glenn R. Grantner
Ryan Alexander Greco
Summer Dawn Greeson
Jonathan David Grogan
Elizabeth Denise Gunter
Nolan Kenneth Gunter
Stephanie Michelle Hacker
Katie Lynn Hager
Jung-Esther Sook Han
Eric Thomas Hanna
Lauren Michelle Hanssen
Danielle Kristina Hare
Daniel Ryan Harmon
Devan Clark Harmon
Jarrod Ross Harris
Jordan Scott Harris
Leeah Nicole Harris
Wesley Dean Harrod
Courtney Michelle Hartley
Evan Michael Hartsfield
Candice Michelle Harvell
Christopher Joseph Haskins
Brittany Paige Hawkins
Riley Lance Hawkins
Megan Elizabeth Heitman
Nicholas Ray Hendra
James Thomas Herring
William Dale Herring
Zachary Lee Hill
Emilee Paige Hinson
Kristin Marie Hlousek
Richard Eric Hohn
Miranda Lynn Holcomb
Matthew Lee Holmes
Nicholas Daniel Holmes
Michael Steven Houser
Daniel Hall Howard
Christopher Trenton Patrick
Hughes
James Reed Humphreys
Ann Marie Hurley
James Patrick Huston
Courtney Leigh Husty
Lindsey Lannette Isla
Heather Diane James
David Franklin Jenkins
Joseph Brent Jerrell
Airisoton Rawshawn Johnson
Erica Anne Johnson
Kelly Diane Johnson
Kirstyn Dakota Joiner
Christopher Michael Jones
Justin Jay Jones
Eric Andrew Jordan
John Tyler Joyner
Tia Nichole Kasischke
*Kayla Nicole Keeney
Craig Peter Keremes
Sylvia Michelle Kratz
Joseph Nicholas Krzan
Kaycee Marie Lagarde
Amy Lynn Lambert
Jessica Lauren Lane
Rachel Hannah Lane,
Michael Monroe Lanham
Elissa Marie Lasseter
Michael Anthony Lathan Jr.
Scott Edward Lathan
Chad Lee Leamon
Nathalie Ledesma
McKenna LaRen Lee
Stephen Tracy Leggett
Anthony Richard Leiva
Thomas Andrew Leonard II
Samantha Rhea Lewis
Tyrell Lamar Lindsey
Brittney Machelle Little
Maggie Rae Lochas
Andrea Marie Locklin
Tiffany Lynette Lorant
Dawn Michelle Lowe
Brandon Michael Lowrey
Stephanie Marie Lukers
Derek Ryan Lunsford
Corinne Marlene Mackiewicz
Bailey Parker MacMurtrie
Steven Paul Madsen
Kimberly Dymond Martin
Julian Francis Mastroni


Philip Ray Mathews
Carl Michael Matroni
Jessica Christine McArthur
Seth James McCann
Richard Leroy McCaw
Max Dylan McClung
Anna LynnMcCourtney
Ryan Michael McCraw
Daniel Joseph McCutcheon
Kevin Lamont McElrath, Jr.
Patrick O'Don McGowan
Jordan Ross McGuire
Melissa Gene McGuire


Mellonie Kay-Torry Fussner Ginger Renee Mears


Jonathan Patrick Meek
Allyson Kaye Mehl
Kenneth Taylor Melvin"
Blake Donovan Mercer
Kayla Laine Metty
Austi Nicole Michener
Melissa Kay Miller
Spenser Daniel Miller
Kayla Diane Miller-Koehlmoos
Kelly Ann Milligan
Haley Elizabeth Millsap
Lindsey Michelle Millsap
Brett Edward Minor
John Robert Mistrot
Jordan Danny Moore
Daniel Scott Morris
Micheal Shane Motes
Edward Thomas Mraz
Wanda Elizabeth Munhollon
Jennifer Lynn Musgrave
Nathanial Lee Nash
Justin Edward Naumanuf
Christopher Emil Naumowicz
Katy Marie Neal
Valentina Sun Nim
Raina Grace Nolasco
Chad Steven Northcutt
Amber Ashley-Dawn
Nussbaumer
Corey Michael O'Dell
Kevin James Thomas O'Keefe
Taylor Dawn O'Quinn,
Kathryn Ryan O'Shields
Ashlie Marie Odom
Kenneth Ray Odom
Eric Andrew Oliver
Kira Marie Orr
Heather Nicole Osborne
Rebecca Noel Owens
Toni Marie Owens
Trenden Marce? Padgett
Adam Tyler Palacios
Michael John Palomino
Alanna Elizabeth Papiernik
Elijah David Parkin
Matthew Raymond Parlato
Rebecca Leigh Paschall
Andrew Nathan Payne
Jessica Michelle Pelfrey
John Keaton Perritt
Amanda Marie Phair
Amanda Leigh Phillips
Charles William Phillips
Kelley Michelle Phillips
Christopher Alan Pierce
Stephanie Lorene Pittman
Gregory McVay Platt
Brittany Nicole Poppell
Hayley Elizabeth Price
Amaris Quesada-Trigonis
Daniel Keith Quinn
Vincent Andrew Ramirez
Kristen Ann Ramsdell
Raven AJexandra Ransom
Ryane Elizabeth Ransom
Stacy Mae Ranson
Carl Alexander Ray
Dustin Lee Retherford
Candice Nicole Rhodes
Kristin Dyer Rhodes
Matthew Joseph Richards
Roger Lee Richards
Christina Michelle Ridings
Amy Marie Rigby
Desiree? Carolyn Rigdon
Caitlin Danielle Riggs
Stephen Neil Rigsby
Lon Webster Riley
Bryan Thomas Ring
Christina Jeanine Rivers
James Michael Roan
Heather Lynn Robbins
Giles Kristen Robinson
Andrew Clay Rogers
Joshua David Rollo
Heather Nicole Rosenstiel

Alyssa Ann Roszell
Kayla Dee Rowell
Darby Ann Rowland
Christopher Michael Roy
Scott Thomas Ruquet
Amanda Shay Russell
Douglas Lee Russell
Andrew Blake Rutherford
Brittney Lynn Rutledge
Jonathan Andrew Saavedra


Bianca Marie Salvaggio
Caitlin Diane Samms
Skye Ashley Sanfilippo
Meagan Dewi Santoso
Scarlet Joyce Satterfield
Lindsey Ann Clark Schmidt
Bailey Katherine Schroll
Andrea Opal Schuck
Miranda Lynne Schulz
Curtis Michael Scott
Jaymie Aleana Scruggs
Tiffany Lynn Seeley
Keith Bradley Selby
Reece Allan Selby
Matthew Nathan Sellers


Daniel Hunter Shear
Christopher Cameron
Shearman Ii
Devon William Sherrill
Ashton Lynn Shoen
Justin Blake Shore
Kassidy Dawn Sierman i
Franklin Taylor Silliman
Tabitha Jeanine Skechak
Rebecca Michelle Skipper r
Carl Adam Slone
Alyssa Rae Smathers
Joshua Edwin Smith
Mary Kathryn Smith
Vance Kenton Smith ,c,
Kelsey Lauren Snyder
Ryan William Sorce a'
Kayla Hope Springer
Bradley James Stoltman itail.
Rebecca Lynn Stow iA
Jeffrey Louis Strickland )A
Zachary Wayne Strickland 18
Chad David Sumrrerlin I/
Patrick John Susko >,
Caleb Alan Sutler oL
Alejandro Jose Tamariz ' ;C
Jonathan Phillip Terry ;.
Morgan Amanda Terry .,
Corey Leon Thomas c
April Diane Thompson
Paul Elec Thompson
Zachary Sinclair Thompson b
Kristina Rose Salinas TomeyL.:
Kathryn Evangelyn Toole
Jessica Nicole Ausa Toth -
Brittany Michelle Touchstonen)k' ,,
James Wessley Townley 0;.
Erica Paige Trusler
Katie Melissa Turman ..
Sarah Anne Tuttle ,
Brandon Shayne Valdez r-'
DoUlglas Ryan Vann r
McKenzie Kegley Vaughn .
Jonathan Hall Vercrouse i
Isaac Ryan Vincent
Brittany Gray Volheim
Andrew Minh Vu si.;-
Robby Tuan Vu gi
Katherine Elizabeth Waddell ?i
Jessica Lynn Waren
Andrew Kenneth Warrep
Daniel Earl Watson
Jay Wesley Watson
Melanie Elizabeth Watson nisyh
Kimberly Leann Weeks )neI8
Bryan James Wells n.'-
Matthew Gilmore Wells
Jacob Dylan Wenc
Sarah Elizabeth Wesley
Tori, Dale Wheat
Meghan Marie Wheeler
Jessica Ann White
Jonathan Charles White
Nicholas Damian White
Zachary Shea White
Amanda Elise Williams I
Amber Marie Williams ..
Virginia Annette Williams
Matthew Egan Williamson i .9
Randall Hank Wilson
Tiffney Nicole Wise
Nathan Orion Wolverton
Cody Nelson Woods
Nathan Daniel Carlton Woods,,'
Cameron Robert Wright
Makenzie A Wright. .
Ross Eric Wyatt
Eric Latham Young *if
Devon Leigh Younge
Alejandro Zapata C.:


2008 Santa Rosa High/ Santa
Rosa Adult School -
Senior Class

Richard Heath Adams
Vincent Anthony Allman
Wanda Jeanine Anderson
Ashley Dawn Andrews
Catrina Lee Araujo
Sharon Lynn Attaway
Larry J. Aucoin
Devin Wayne Avalos
Jeremy Scott Bagrosky
Bradford G. Bailiff
Tiffany Suzanna Ball
Bridget Diane Bann
Michael Vincent Barker
Brittany Nichole Barnes
Kasandra Lynn Barnhardt
Destin Holly Bartholomew
Cody S. Beamish
Sara Cathleen Beebe


Jason Tyler Bennett
Jordan Ashley Bennett
Vincent R. Bersanti
Heather Elizabeth Bicknell
Jeremy Adam Blackman
Katheryn Renea Boswell
Waylon G. Boyette
Michael Rouse Bradley
Brandon Lamar Bragg
Aaron Michael Brewer
Arttina Patricia Brewer
Tiffany M. Brooks
Codi Evin Brown
Michael Joseph Brown Jr.
Jaclyn Rochelle Bruce


Wednesday- May 28, 2008


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Wednesday- May 28


Elizabeth Danielle Bruggeman
Andra Dionne Brunson
Shelli Denise Butler
Kristina Rene Bush
Justin Dean Byrne
Megan Rose Campbell
Justin Alan Carden
Pristina Lashay Carpenter
Nikole Ann Carr
Jennifer Joann Carroll
Ashley Diane Carter
Daniel Joseph Carter
Timothy Dewayne Cauley
Polly Cherkasova
Amber Magan Christopher
Mary Jean Chase
Angela Michelle Clark
Devon Michelle Cleaves
Misti Dawn Coe
Anthony J. Coffey
Adam Robert Earl Colvin
Sherrie Angel Marie Connell
Allison Kathleen Cooley
Kyle Joseph Cooley
John Cotner
David Michael Cowles
Isabella May Crane
Angela Christine Crutchfield
Kara Lee Cudworth
Kendra Claire Cudworth
Jonathon R. Cunningham
Lyndsey Marie Curcio
Priscilla A. Cypret
Troy J. Dean
Avery Len Demos
Andrea D. Duby
Lindy Danielle Ducker
Andrea Paige Duncan
Nathaniel Clyde Dyer
Mallory Shannon Edmondson
Johnathon James Ellis
Zachary Lee Ellis
Derek Wayne Enfinger
Jon P. Engdahl
Stephen Greggory Erickson
Eric Tyler Ernest
Anita Nicole Etheridge
Craig Ty Eubanks
Christina Margaret Sarah
Farmer
Phillip Wesley Faulk
Sonya Lynn Feuerbacher
Matthew B. Fiquett Jr.
Ryan Sean Webb Flinn
Brandy Marie Forsyth
Sherri Ann Forsythe
Kristina Ruth Fowler
Kenneth Eugene Frye
Kenneth N. Gabel
Thomas E. Gable Jr.
Sarah Lea Givens
Marek Henryk Glowacki
Carrie Katharine Godby
Carolyn Mae Goodman
Lindsay Kristyne Gorman
Donna R. Gray
Dorothy Shawn Green
Kassandra Jo Griffith
Joseph Benton Grimm
Rebecca M. Hall
Arthur A. Hamm
Amber Nicole Harp
Raven Nicole Harvey
Brandon Hemm
*Jesse Michael Hemmings
Tiffanny Anne Herrman
Kirsten Kathleen Holley
Daniel Clyde Howard
Trent Issac Howard
William P. Haydu
Tiffani Char-ree Huddleston
Carol Lynn Hurd
crystal Cynthia Huston
Erik Robert Jablonski
Jared Michael Jackson
Breanne Alexandra Jacoby
Marilyn Alicia James
Sylvester T. Jennings
Kelsia Marie Johnson
Dustin M. Johnston
Jereb S. Johnson
Shancy Elise Johnson
Latoshia Sue Jones


Shana Nicole Jones
Tiffany Renee Jones
Julie Lauren-Ashley Kelley
Maira Khalid
Jordan Nicole King
Brianna Joyce Knight
Dessirah Starr Knight
Timonty A..Kramer
Ashley Elizabeth Kirton
Tesia Marie Knake
Thomas J. Kyer
Michael Lamar Lachenmyer
Thomas Matthew Laisney
Mitchell Larson
Ruth Melissa Laumer
Wendy M. Ledger
Brittney Nicole Lepine
Faye Yvonne Lockstead
Cecily Ann Long
Eric Ryan Lopez
Brandon C. Lowe
Elijah A. Majors Sr.
Randall Alan Martin
Sophie Maskery
Ashley Michelle Mathews
Colleen Katherine Matias
Blake Allen McCauley
Laura Ashley McLellan
Adam Christian. McFall
Jonathan Mcintyre
Shanon Regina Midling
Joshua Adam Mitchell
Jarrett Dewayne Morey
Renee' Nichole Morris
Melissa Renee Moore
Shaun T. Morris
Steven Lawrence Mugni
Kathryn Danielle Mulkey
Amanda Christine Mullins
Barry Murphy
Summer Lynne Myers
Rosio Najera
Michael David Nealey
Susan Marie Nelson
Joseph Michael Newton
Brittany Lynn Noe
Teddy Lee Norwood Jr.
Jamie Marie Noto
Randall Owens
Adrian Boniefacio Palacios
Rusty Allen Pauley
Don Edward Penton
Barry L. Peppers Jr.
Christopher H. Perkins
Lisa Marie Perry
Christopher Alan Pierce
Whitney Rae Pike
Jessica Marie Pindell
Kalah Marie Poe
Casey Pollack
Aaron Kyle Pruette
Jacob Ezra Prye-Walter
Jonathan Quails
Stephanie Ann Rader
Shaun Michael Rand
James M. Randall
Sharnita Rochelle Redley
April Madge Reidling
Katie Elizabeth Rhome
Noah Jacobi Riddles
Devin Joseph Rorie
Misty Lyn Rose
Amanda Marie Ruinato
Stephanie A. Sandifer
Colin Renee Savoie
James W. Schupp
Shante Yvette Shakur
Ramonika Deshay Simmons
Halley Austin Sington
Brittany Brooke Smith
Christina Marie Smith
Janna Renee' Smith
David Smoot
George Robert Sparks
Terri Josephine Starr
Donald Wayne Stelly
Benjamin Harris Sterling
Johnathon Charles Stevens
Tabitha Nicole Stewart
Quinton Gregory Stokes
Meaghan Elizabeth Straughn
Jessica Leighann Straw
Ronald Patrick Stuart III


Zachary W. Stuart
Andrea J. Thompson
Nicole Junita Tidmore
Kevin L. Tolleson
Scott William Tomlinson
Joshua Toomey
Amy Deann Turner
Tara Lynn Vines
Bradley D. Walker
James Dexter Wallace Jr.
Angela Denise Ward
Damien Mark Ward
Sariantha Ryan Ward
Tyler Ryan Wever
Amber Lyn Weil
Ashley Marie Welborn
Angel Elaine Williams
Mathew Scott Williams
Zackery Eugene Williams
Marvin Dwight Willingham II
Cynthia Michelle Wilson
Christopher Douglas Winslow
Candace Mae Wise
Adrian Cheyenne Witt
Jennifer LaBre' Woolard
Brandi Nicole Yates
Chelsea Nicole Yelton
Charles Scott York
Marlene Jean Young


2008 Learning Academy
off Santa Rosa
Senior Class

Raymond Daigneault
Emily Davis
Thaddeus Pearson
Candace Dunlap
Stephanie MacPherson
Auston McCoy
Jake Reed
Kenneth Smoot
Matthew Vascik
Edward Weber



Milton High School
Class of 2008
Graduating Seniors

Chelsea Fawn Adams
Terrance Markell Alexander
Catherine Anne Alford
Kenneth Lee Allen
Travis Drew Allen
Kady Michelle Amos
Brittany Danielle Anderson
Alina Nicole Ard
Lora Katherine Arnold
Keldrick Demarte' Averhart
Amanda Lynn Bailey
Alan Robert Baker
Allison Danielle Baker
Austin Thomas Baker
Eric Rendell Baker
Kyle Richard Baker
Martika Nicole Baker
Shanon Forrest Richard Barker
Thomas Anthony Barnaby
Jeff Allen Barnes
Matthew Christopher Barnes
Raushanda Lakia Barnes
Raushandra Takia Barnes
Maranda Lynn Bass
Chelsy Lea Beals
Keesha Marie Bean
William Frederick Beasley
Robert Olin Beckwith
Brittney Christine Benauer
Daniel Ross Bennett
Edgar Augustus Bennett, V
Michele Elizabeth Berling
Ashton Elizabeth Black
Arrianna Chasity Blackmon
Stacia Danielle Blackmon
Justin Matthew Blackwell
Bridget Renee Brake
Kiefer Joseph Braswell
Derrick Mitchell Bray
Athena Rose Bressack
Michael Hal Brewer
Jessica Lynn Brocato
Sara Elizabeth Brock
Hannah Bentley Brooks
Ashley Dawn Brown
Talris Terrelle Brown, Jr.
Lisa Marie Bryant
Lindsay Elizabeth Bucci


Sarah Elizabeth Butcher
Robin Marie Byrd
Rebecca Ann Campbell
James Steven Cannon
Brittany Michelle Cardinale
Adam Clinton Carpenter
Raymond Franklin Carroll, Jr.
Jennifer Marie Castleberry
Matthew Cornelius Caswell
Ashleigh Genevieve Chappelle
Kelly Lee Chavers
Crystal Nicole Clark
Joseph Coatney
Tykina Shaneise Cole
Kaelie Marie Collinsworth
Katelynn Helene Coney-Strecha
Ashley Marie Conner
Richard Gene Conrad
Joshua Ryan Corn
Tyler Lucien Cortis
Rachel Hope Cotton
Jeremy Robert Couey
Julianne Marie Courtney
Trenton Colby Cozzi
Jeffrey Ray Cranford
Crystal Lee Crenshaw
Sarah Elizabeth Cuevas
Sarah Breanne Cutts
Matthew Lee Dailey
Terence Taylor Dallas
Joseph Peter Danton
Daniela Lynn Dasilva
Caitlin Nicole Davis
Jasmine Nicole Davis
Jhosue Anibal Deir
Nicholas Robert Depontes
Demarco Latreal Dixon
Vincent Paul Gazmen Dofita
Wendy Elizabeth Dowell
Kalvin Ikaika Dufrene
Tyler David East
Samuel Dwayne Easterling
Kelly Morgan Eddleman
Amanda Christine Ellis
Benjamin David Ellis
Kirstie Marie Ennis
Bryan Allen Estep
James Alexander Evans
Tiana Joellen Faidley
Daniel Keith Feliberty
Tristan Lee Ferguson
Caitlin Elizabeth Fiveash
Courtney Eliza Flores
Rosario Aileen Flores
Rebekah Pearl Flowers
Gaston Oliver Forde
Amber Marie Fowler
Amber Renee Free �
Ericka Lynn Freitag
Coquina Elizabeth Fulford
Daniel Steven Futrell
Bryan Duane Gabbard
Ryan Timothy Gabbard
Jonathan Edward Gardner
Eva Marie Gaus
Michael Joseph Gaus
Brandon Michael Gibson
Katie Alexandria Gilmore
Jillian Christine Glenn
Leah Marie Goldenpenny
Rakeicia Neshe' Gooden
Sarah Cerenia Gothing
Brandonr Edward Gouge
Lonnie Lee Gramm, Jr.
Nicholas Alexander Gray
Zachary Daniel Gray
Russell Jorian Greene
Brandy Nichole Griffin
Mallory Lynn Hacker
Cindy Patricia Hall
John Daniel Hall
Jordan Marie Hall
Shannon Marie Hall
Joseph Eugene Hanes.
Eugene Robert Hansen, III
Scott Robert Hardison
Katherine Anne Hardman
Logan Nathaniel Hartwig
Caitlyn Nicole Hatchell
Hope Marie Hayman ,
Joshua Bennit Heaton
Aaron Michael Heddell
Caleb Daniel Henderson
Nicole Ann Herndon
Joseph Edwin Herrin
Kenneth Patrick Hertzler
Sonja Marie Hickman
Ann Renee Hicks
Tarrie Bola Hill
Molly Marie Holt
Molly Katherine Hopkins


Charia Lynne Hough
Brittney Annette Hughes
Samantha Rose Hunt
Christopher Quinn Hurst
Vincent Nicholas Itong
Jermaine Donnell Jackson
Amanda Allison James
Adam Natividad Jauregui
Ashleigh Michelle Jernigan
Hannah Marie Johnson
James Thomas Johnson
Michael Ken Johnson
Ashley Michelle Jones
Damien Terrell Jones
Stacey Marie Jones
Troy Matthew Jordan
Karina Lynn Jungjohan
Shane Alan Jurjens
Georgeanna Nicole Kelley
Jenifer Deanna Kennedy
Kevin Mark Kennedy
Caitlin Barbara Kimmons
Timothy Samson King
Kevin Thomas Kyser
Ashley Elizabeth Ladue
John Allen LaLiberte
Dustin Keith Land
Amanda Marie Larson
Andrew James Ledet
Elizabeth Anne Lee
Amber Leigh Lewis
Keirah Marie Lillard
Keaton Allen Lindsay
Joel Lee Locke, Jr.
Jennifer Angelica-Maria Locklin
Thaddeus Merrick Loewen
Kerri Elizabeth Lombard
Terry Samuel Longtine, Jr.
Anthony Wayne Loomis
Mara Cheri Lunsford
Roselyn Dizon Lyons
Kelsey Lavon Maduell
Sean Michael Malkasian
Ashley Nicole Marange
Jillian Raie Marcanio
Dusty Jamie Marlowe
Adrienne Danielle Martin
Linda Marie Martin
Monica Brooke Matherne
Roger Scott Matthews, Jr.
Craig Pineda Mayer
Molly Elizabeth McCool
Andrew Charles McDonald
Margeaux Sharon McElroy
Erica LaTonya McGill
Briteny Dewitt McKeithen
Ashley Elizabeth Menard
Jenny Renee Mills
Melissa Ann Mitchell
Branden Allen Monroe
Jakeesa Elise Montgomery
Leigha Tynzaya Montgomery
Nicole Lynn Moore
David Leon Morgan, Jr.
Sean Joseph Morgan
Elyssa Nicole Morrell
Amanda Lynn Mortimer
Mallory Lane Mucci
Megan Rachelle Murray
Dean Louis Musser
Amelia Chantrel Nichols
Derek Michael Nowling
David Lowell Nuckolls, III
Bonnie Jo O'Kelley
Clayton Steven Pace, Jr.
Lauren Kaye Pace
Carla Nicole Pacetti
Meredith Ann Pastucha
Jennifer Nicole Pate
Ashleigh Joye Peacher
Jacqueline Marie Pelfrey
Dana Gabrielle Penfold
Samantha Kalyn Penfold
Jonathan Scott Perry
Alex Charles Peterson
Jarod Christian Phelps
Tiffany Danielle Polk
Sarah Malinda Pose
Kayla Jean Potts
Randi Leigh Pound
Ruth Ann. Pratt
DeAnna Marie Preble
John William Pyland
Ronnie Michael Quinn
Joshua Michael Rasmussen
Ashley Lynn Ray
Brandon Preston Ray
Kourtney Kathrann Reese
Katie Marie Reeves
lan Martin Remmie
Jessica Michelle Renfroe


Brittany Michelle Reynolds
Eliel Rivera
Stephen Scott Roberts
Timothy Jordan Roche'
Thomas Blaine Rolinger
Hunter Ray Matthew Rose
Derek Matthew Rowell
Brittany Evora-Lynn Royce
Joshua Cody Rozier
Kaitlan Marie Rucker
Matthew Lee Sanders
Joshua Allen Scott
Aaron Ray Shavnore
Kimberly Lanette Sheffield
Jamiea AI'Lyn Shields
Amanda Lee Shonkwiler
Matthew Scott Shouppe
Kyle Robert Silva
Schuyler Ryan Silva
Richard Lee Draige Simmons
Katie Ann Skeens
Rebecca Ann Smelstoys
Joshua McKinley Smith
Justin Christopher Smith
Olivia Vernay Smith
Tiffany Danielle Smith
Tramaine Antonio Smith
Chelsea Marie Smitley
Ashton-Brookes Benwa Snodgrass
Trenton Wastle Spears
Diamon LaShay Stacks
Kevin Deshawn Stacks
Raven Amanda Stanton
Merissa Rene' Stapleton
Danica Ashley Stead
Michael Caleb Stewart
Victoria Joy Stewart
Jonathan Miles Stout
Cyrus Joshua Stow
Miranda Kaylyn Strickland
Nathan James Stults
Daniell Heather Taylor
Hubert Laure Taylor, III
Jamie Taylor
Jimmy Patterson Taylor
Meagan Elizabeth Taylor
Sara Pauline Taylor
William Edward Taylor
Damien Durant Thames
Zachary Charles Thames
Brittany Dawn Thomas
Christopher Allan Thomas
Benjamin Cole Thompson
Ryan Wayne Thompson
Catherine Natoshia Tibbs
Ashley Marie Torgerson
Mario Vincent Torres
Holli Janet Toyens
Mikayla Nicole Tremont
Samantha Jo Trimm
Robert James Tucker
Elizabeth Nicole Turner
Joshua Brett Turner
Kristen Monique Turner
Rebecca Marie Vaughan
Cierra Ann Verhoest
Mark Alan Viau
Joseph Matthew Villar
Ashia Ann Walker
David Lamontrian Walker
Michael Edward Walker
Joseph William Wallace
Kayla Gail Waiters
Meghan Nichole Ward
Brandon Nash Ware
Timothy O'Ryar Ware
Kaitlin Beth Waybright
Haley Nicole Wease
Andrew James Webster
Michael Scott Westphal
Lynnette Mikaela Wetherington
Bailey Chandler White
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Florida use to give residents a tax break to
help prepare for the Hurricane Season, but
not this year.
While working on the 2008 budget lawmak-
ers agreed in Tallahassee to skip the state's
annual sales tax holiday for hurricane sup-
plies.
By eliminating the holiday the state is esti-
mating they will save $12-million in tax rev-
enue.
Last year the state allowed purchases of cer-
tain items to be tax free from 12:01 a.m. June
1 to midnight June 12.
Some of those items included:
Reusable or artificial ice
Portable self-powered light sources
Battery powered flashlights or lanterns
Gas powered lanters
Tiki type torches
Candles
Gas or diesel fuel contains
Batteries except for those used in a car or
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Tarps, drop cloths, plastic sheeting, or other
flexible waterproof sheeting
Ground anchor kits, - bungee cords, ratchet
straps, or other tie down-kits
Cell phone batteries
Self-powered. or battery powered radios,
two-way radios, and weather band radios
Carbon monoxide detectors
Storm shutter devices
Portable generators
The original holiday was created three years
ago after four hurricane hit the state in 2004,
but some wonder how the $12-million in
savings will help a $3-billion budget short-
fall.
"We are just making decisions based on pri-
orities," said Senate Finance and Tax
Chairman Mike Haridopolos.
The fate of the tax holiday was decided late
last month over negotiations over the states
$65-billion budget, which had been cut from
the $72-billion approved a year ago.
State revenue reports indicated fewer and
fewer were taking advantage of-the holiday
since most of the items on the list are
reusable and basically were one time pur-
chases such as gas cans, battery operated
devices, and such.
Another fall out from the
budgets cuts is the state get-
M ting out of the ice business.
Following previous storms
the state of Florida would


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mobilize trucks of ice to an area to help the
recovery.
It doesn't look like that will be the case in
2008 or the future according to reports at the
last Santa Rosa County Commission meet-
ing.


"The state is getting out of the ice business,"
said Commissioner Don Salter. "We just
wanted everyone to know and get the word
out so if there is a storm you are aware there
will be. no ice this year."


Tips


Winds flow outward above the storm,
allowing the air below to rise.


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Talk with your family about disasters that can happen where N ou live. Talk
with your family about \\hy Nou need to prepare for these events. CalmlI
explain the potential dangers, and plan to share responsibilities and work
together as a team. Make sure evetN family member kjoo s their particu-
lar responsibilities. Designate an alternate in case a person is not there at
the time.








Prepare for Disasters Before they Strike: Build A Disaster Supplies Kit


What's in-your preparedness kit?
Purchase your Preparedness Kit at the Redcross Store now!
There are six basics you should stock for your home in the case of an emergency:
water, food, first aid supplies, clothing and bedding, tools and emergency supplies, and special items
for medical conditions.
Keep the items that you would most likely need during an evacuation in an easy-to carry container.
Below is a comprehensive list of what should be included in your kit - recommended items are
marked with an asterisk(*).
Possible containers include a large, covered trash container, a camping backpack or a duffle bag.

Water


*Store water in plastic containers such as soft drink bottles. Avoid
using containers that will decompose or break, such as milk cartons or glass
bottles. A normally active person needs to drink at least two quarts of water
each day. Hot environments and intense physical activity can double that
amount. Children, nursing mothers, and ill people will need more.
*Store one gallon of water per person per day.
*Keep at least a three-day supply of water per person (two quarts for
drinking, two quarts for each person in your household for food
preparation/sanitation).*


Food
Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food.. Select foods that require no refrigeration,
preparation or cooking, and little or no water. If you must heat food, pack a can of sterno. Select food
items that are compact and lightweight.
Include a selection of the following foods in your Disaster Supplies Kit:
*Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, and vegetables
*Canned juices
*Staples (salt, sugar, pepper, spices, etc.)
*High energy foods ,
*Vitamins
*Food for infants
*Comfort/stress foods


First Aid Kit
Assemble a first aid kit for your home and one for each car.
*(20) adhesive bandages, various sizes.
*(1) 5" x 9" sterile dressing.
*(1) conforming roller gauze bandage.
*(2) triangular bandages.
*(2) 3 x 3 sterile gauze pads.
*(2) 4 x 4 sterile gauze pads.
*(1) roll 3" cohesive bandage.
*(2) germicidal hand wipes or waterless alcohol-based
hand sanitizer.
*(6) antiseptic wipes.
*(2) pair large medical grade non-latex gloves.
* *Adhesive tape, 2" width.
*Anti-bacterial ointment.
*Cold pack.
*Scissors (small, personal).
*Tweezers.
*CPR breathing barrier, such as a face shield.


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Non-Prescription Drugs
*Aspirin or nonaspirin pain reliever.
*Anti-diarrhea medication
*Antacid (for stomach upset)
*Syrup of Ipecac (use to induce vomiting if advised by the Poison Control Center)
*Laxative
*Activated charcoal (use if advised by the Poison Control Center)

Tools and Supplies
*Mess kits, or paper cups, plates, and plastic utensils*
*Emergency preparedness manual*
*Battery-operated radio and extra batteries*
*Flashlight and extra batteries*
*Cash or traveler's checks, change*
*Non-electric can opener, utility knife*
*Fire extinguisher: small canister ABC type
*Tube tent
*Pliers
*Tape

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water


*Compass
*Matches in a waterproof container
*Aluminum foil
*Plastic storage containers
*Signal flare
*Paper, pencil
*Needles, thread
*Medicine dropper
*Shut-off wrench, to turn off household gas and

*Whistle
*Plastic sheeting
*Map of the area (for locating shelters)


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Sanitation
*Toilet paper, towelettes*
*Soap, liquid detergent*
*Feminine supplies*
*Personal hygiene items*
*Plastic garbage bags, ties (for personal sanitation uses)
*Plastic bucket with tight lid
*Disinfectant
*Household chlorine bleach

Clothing and Bedding
*Include at least one complete change of clothing and footwear per person.
*Sturdy shoes or work boots*
*Rain gear*
*Blankets or sleeping bags*
*Hat and gloves
*Thermal underwear
*Sunglasses

Special Items
*Remember family members with special requirements, such as infants and elderly or dis-
abled persons

For Baby*
*Formula
*Diapers
*Bottles
*Powdered milk
*Medications


For Adults*
*Heart and high blood pressure medication
*Insulin
*Prescription drugs
*Denture needs
*Contact lenses and supplies
*Extra eye glasses

Entertainment (based on the ages of family members)
*Games (cards) and books
*Portable music device


Important Family Documents
*Keep these records in a waterproof, portable container: '-.,
*Will, insurance policies, contracts deeds, stocks and bonds -
*Passports, social security cards, immunization records
*Bank account numbers
*Credit card account numbers and companies
*Inventory of valuable household goods, important telephone numbers
*Family records (birth, marriage, death certificates)
*Store your kit in a convenient place known to all family members. Keep a smaller version
of the supplies kit in the trunk of your car.
*Keep items in airtight plastic bags. Change your stored water supply every six months so it
stays fresh. Replace your stored food every six months. Re-think your kit and family needs at least
once a year. Replace batteries, update clothes, etc.
*Ask your physician or pharmacist about storing prescription medications.


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Man-made trails can put you in touch with Nature


The spring and summer months are perfect for enjoying
the great outdoors. There are numerous ways to enjoy the
warm sunshine, gentle breezes and scenic wonders around
Santa Rosa County.
One such way for visitors and locals to catch the beauty of
the county is by faking a stroll down one of Santa Rosa
County's many nature trails.
The nature and bicycle trails in the county include:
*Arcadia Mill Nature Trail: Stroll through the woods on
your way to tour the remains of a 1800s lumber mill. Arcadia
Mill is a 34 acre historical park which preserves the site of the
first settlement in the county. A nature trail winds past the
remains of the old mill, pond, dam, sluices and early railroad
bed. Located at 5709 Mill Pond Lane in Milton, this park is
daily from 8 a.m. until dusk. This site is currently closed-the
result of damage from both Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis.
Officials say they do not yet have a target date for reopening
the trail.
* Blackwater Heritage Trail: This 8.5-mile-long trail is
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perfect for joggers, cyclists, walkers and incline skaters.
Along the way, you'll notice several lakes, plants and may
even run across different types of. animals including the river
otter, northern harrier and the American alligator to name a
few. Open year round from 8 a.m. to sunset. The trail is locat-
ed 1.5 miles south of Highway 90 in Milton.
* Panhandle Butterfly House Nature Walk: While vis-
iting the Butterfly House, take a chance to discover native
plants and wildlife on the nature walk. The walk ends along
the shore of the Santa Rosa Sound, offering a beautiful view
of Santa Rosa Island. This walk is located next to the Navarre
Beach Bridge.
* Navarre Nature Walk and Park: Located on Highway
98 and State Route 399, this nature trail includes a children's
park and pavilions.
* Seashore Bicycle Trail: This 40-mile fully-paved loop
begins at the foot of the Navarre Bridge and extends to
Pensacola where it crosses the path of the Pensacola bridge
along Highway 98 and runs along the Highway's south side
from Gulf Breeze back to Navarre Beach. Unfortunately, this
bike path is currently in about the same shape as Highway 98.
Santa Rosa officials say they are certain once the state decides
to rebuild Highway 98, it will do the same for the bike path.
But, for now, this one will have to be penciled off your list of


summer spots to visit.
* Whiting Field Nature Trail: Located right before the
base, you do not have to be part of the military to enjoy the
views of this trail which wraps around the base and offers var-
ious glimpses of nature.
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Generators required at the pump


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Gas lines will continue to be a concern prior to and after any
hurricane, but the stations won't be closed because they do
not have power.
A bill passed in May" of 2006 by the Florida Legislature has
made sure all stations are now equipped with generators to
power the pumps and cash registers.
When hurricanes Ivan and Dennis impacted Santa Rosa
County gasoline was very important and word spread very
quickly when a station would be open.
Previous reports on the issue indicated that Steph and Ellie's
on Berryhill Road had the station paying $110 a day for a
back-up generator to run the pumps and registers.
But at times there was so much going on the systems would
still crash.
Steph and Ellie's Elizabeth Pugh recalls just how crazy it was
following the last two hurricanes to effect Santa Rosa
County.
-"For two-three weeks during Hurricane Ivan, we had to be
here very early and as soon as the pumps opened, people


were backed up all the way down Berryhill," said Pugh. "We
had to hire people to make sure people didn't cut in line.
"From time to time, police officers would come out depend-
ing on how long our line was."
Hurricane Dennis delayed reopening by blowing the roof off
from above the pumps.
Some business owners are worried about their investments
for the back up generators, which can cost anywhere from
$12,000-$35,000 according to Eric Johnston, CEO of
Americas Generators, a distributor of industrial and commer-
cial generators sets.
"What do you do with a generator if you don't have anything
to sell," asked Claude Duvall, who owns the Local Yokel
about the law passed -by the Florida Legislature.
Not all gas stations by law are required to have these gener-
ators. Legislation focused on were those off major evacua-
tion routes as well as gas stations within one-half mile from
an interstate highway or state/federally designated evacua-
tion routes and have 12 fueling positions and are self and/or
full-service.
No reports can be found of any station in Santa Rosa County
being in violation of,this law.


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What type of supplies will your family need?


By JEFF EVERTS
press gazette staff writer


When it comes to being sure
you are prepared for the
upcoming hurricane season,
a checklist is always a good


idea.
The Florida Division of Emergency Management has pub-
lished a list of items it recommends residents have in order to
be prepared for a hurricane.
The list includes the following: ,
Water- at least one gallon of water-per person, per day to last
from three to seven days. (Hint: start filling old milk jugs or
2-liter bottles of soda with water and putting them in your
freezer. If the power goes out, they can be thawed for water
and, while in the freezer will help keep it cool.)
Food-have at least enough food to last three to seven days.
Your supply should include non-perishable packaged or
canned food/juices, foods for infants or the elderly, snack
foods, a non-electric can opener, cooking tools/fuel, as well
as paper plates and plastic utensils.
Blankets/pillows, etc.
Clothing-be sure to have enough seasonal clothing, rain gear,
and sturdy shoes.
First aid kit, medicines, and prescriptions.
Special items-for babies and the elderly.
Toiletries and hygiene items
Moisture wipes
Flashlights and batteries
Radio (battery operated and NOAA weather radio)


Cash-banks and ATMs may not be open or available for an
extended period of time.
Keys
Toys, books, and games
Important documents-gather up insurance papers, medical
records, bank account numbers, social security cards and any
other important papers and document them on a videotape if
possible before placing them in waterproof containers.
Tools-keep a set with you during and after the storm.
Fill vehicle fuel tanks
Pet care items-include proper identification and immuniza-
tion records, ample supplies of food and water, a carrier or
cage, medications, and a muzzle or leash.
Being properly prepared will help make any recovery after a
storm easier and quicker for residents.
Recent history has taught Santa Rosa residents that hurri-
canes can not only knock out power, but limit access to
essential supplies by keeping gas stations, banks, and stores
closed for extended periods of time.
Residents also need to have a plan in place to decide whether
to evacuate or stay and ride out the storm.
Take warnings seriously and, if asked to evacuate, do so
quickly as opposed to waiting until it might be too late or
when you might be slowed by traffic.
For more information on being prepared for major storms or
other emergencies, you may go to the Division of Emergency
Management's website located at www.FloridaDisaster.org.


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* First aid kit
* Medicine, prescriptions
* Baby food and diapers
* Games, books, music players with headphones
* Toiletries
* Battery-powered radio and cell phone
* Flashlights
* Extra batteries
* A blanket or sleeping bag for each person
* Identification
* Copies of key papers such as insurance policies
* Cash, credit card

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KNOW THE FACTS


Hurricanes are ane of nature's most serious
and dangerous thrrat.i The recent AtlantiL
hurrkiareL seasons 'Aeisa the DLAsI. t .:n
record with a roral of B hurricaneF and
2 tropical storms Impacting Florida In
a 13-month span. We have seen the
devastating Impact that ........ ....
violent storms like
Hurricane Katrina s
can have on
communities, /
Experts are I ~-
predicting
an active
season this
year. Weather '
experts say "
it's not a matter
of IP another
hurricane will-hit the
Capital Area region, but WHEN. That Is why
It Is important to be prepared. The 2006
Hurricane Survival Guide for the Capital
Area will provide you with the critical
information you need to protect yourself,
your family, and your property: You can also
visit www.dcacrc;.rg for more information
or contact your local emergency


management ofti(ce,
(Sei t back of guide).

May 2008


PLAN TO STAY IF...
U You live in a structure that is built after 1973
when Florida adopted a standard building code.
LJ You do not live IIn e manufactured or
mobile home.
P Your home Is not vulnerable to storm surge
or Inland flooding,
UJ You have reduced the threat of falling trees
by trimming and/or removing dead,
dying or diseased trees.
U You have mitigated the effects of severe
winds on your home by Installing hurricane
shutters on windows and bracing your
garage door.
U You have prepared a multi-haxord ODisater
Response Plan for yourself, your family and
your pets,
S\ You have prepared a Disaster Survival Kit
that Includes cash, two weeks supply of food,
medicines
me water and one months supply of prescrlptlon
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- You have a battery-poered radio and/or
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Know where the

shelters are located

County Emergency shelters are usually located in
schools, and staffed by emergency Red Cross and other
volunteer personnel.
In the event of a major emergency, evacuation shel-
ters should not be a first choice, say officials-stay
with a friend or relative, in a safe area, if possible.
If you must evacuate to a shelter, LEAVE EARLY,
officials emphasize, and expect to stay in a shelter for
two to three days.
Alcohol, weapons and pets are not permitted in
public shelters.

Santa Rosa Shelters:

Milton Community Center
5629 Byrom Street
Milton, FL 32570

S.S. Dixon Intermediate School
5540 Education Drive
Pace, FL 32571

Avalon Middle School
5445 King Arthur's Way
Milton, FL 32583

Sims Middle School (Special Needs)
5500 Education Drive
Pace, FL 32571
Special Needs Evacuation Shelter for medically
dependent persons-only those with special needs and
caregivers will be admitted. The shelter has an emer-
gency generator to run essential medical equipment:

If you go to a public evacuation shelter, bring the
following items:
A chafige of clothing
Rain gear and sturdy shoes
Toiletries and personal items
Blankets or sleeping bags
Identification and important papers.
Games or toys for children
Books
Special items for infants and elderly
Special dietary needs
Non-perishable foods or snacks
Battery-operated radios.
Flashlights
Spare batteries
Prescription medications
Over-the-counter medications normally taken.

And what about pets:

Another issue some people may face when prepar-
ing for a storm is what to do with pets.
Santa Rosa County Emergency Management says
evacuation shelters usually do not accept pets so it is
best to get in touch with a veterinarian or local humane
society for information on preparing your pets for an
emergency.
Emergency Management also points out the impor-
tance of keeping pet care items in the family's disaster
supply kit. Items to store for pets include: proper iden-
tification, ample supply of food and water, a carrier or
cage, medications, a muzzle and leash.


Knowing the supplies you will need, and stocking up early, will help prevent last-minute frustrations. Remember, after a major storm, it
may be days before electricity (or any help) can reach you. As a result, experts say you should be prepared to be self-sustaining for at
least four days. (file photo)




Batten down: How to install plywood shutters
Plywood shutters offer inexpensive protection from flying debris during a hurricane, and can be installed on all types
of homes. Cutting and prepping the plywood takes about an hour per window, but shutters can be mounted in a
matter of minutes for each one. Here are some installation tips from the National Hurricane Center


Materials:
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* Vamish or paint to waterproof wood he',, dul
* Circular or handsaw haIret oll
9 Onli with bits
* Eye protection and work gloves
* Bolts I lag or b inell or wood screws
* Hamnin- .-
* Wrench ,/
* Large washers
* Lead anchors
Large windows
and windows >
without insets
Measure the window and -.
add 8 inches to both the '
height and width to provide
a 4-inch overlap on each side
This technique will hold up
under weaker storm
conditions, bum strong
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Alternative hurricane evacuation


includes personal " home" shelter


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain @srpressgazette.com
Hurricane evacuation is really not necessary, accord-
ing to a local construction firm whose officials say
they have a better alternative: They call it a "Safe
Place."
It's a structure built on your property using insulated
concrete forms (ICFs) with steel reinforcement, con-
sidered one of the strongest and most enduring build-
ing systems on the market today.
Nicholas, Parker & Associates, LLC, of Milton
which specializes in constructing ICF homes are
offering these structures custom built as part of your
existing home, an addition to or an external part of
your existing home, or a separate facility on your
property.
Their specialty is insulated concrete form homes per
se, but the company will be happy to oblige a cus-
tomer who wishes to avoid evacuating his-property
during a hurricane, with an Amvic ICF system.
Amvic ICFs are hollow, lightweight, "stay in place"
forms made of two panels of Expanded Polystyrene
that are connected by polypropylene webs. To make
walls, the forms are stacked together then filled with
concrete which.creates a stable, durable, and sustain-
able structure.
Jerry Barron and Brandon Gallups who own
Nicholas, Parker & Associates share some 40 years
of home construction experience and use ICF con-
struction exclusively which they say is a well docu-
mented, tested, and proven method in all areas,
including severe weather and other environmental
considerations.
They explain that by having a "Safe Place" built on
your property, you may avoid the cost, inconven-
ience, and stress of physical evacuation when bad
weather like hurricanes approach. Likewise they
safely protect your life and the lives of your loved
ones, your property, and possessions and give you

Internet Resources
IVore hurricane information and news is just a click away.
* National Weather Service: www.nws.noaa.gov
* National Hurricane Center: www.nhc.noaa.gov
* Central Pacific Hurricane Center: www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/cphc


Links to local NWS Offices
* NWS Eastern Region:
* NWS Southern Region:
* NWS Pacific Region:
- Historical Information
* National Climatic Data Center:
* NOAA Coastal Services Center:
Other Emergency Information Sites
* American Red Cross:
* FEMA:
* U.S. Geological Survey:


www.erh.noaa.gov
www.srh. noaa. gov
www.prh.noaa.gov

www.ncdc.noaa.gov
www.csc. noaa.gov

www.redcross. org
www.fema.gov
coastal, er. usgs. govAhurricanes


the comfort, safety, and peace of mind of remaining
on your own property.
The beauty of these structures, they say, is that the
"Safe Place" may be used year round for guest hous-
ing. They can be used 365 days a year,.not just dur-
ing storms and hurricanes. Most models can with-
stand winds in excess of 220 miles per hour and as
noted can be built inside your existing home,
attached to your existing dwelling or as a stand-
along structure. And they can be built on pilings as
well.
Nicholas-Parkef executives point out that these
Amvic ICF structures offer a comprehensive five in
one building solution that provides not only structur-
al strength but insulation, vapor barrier, sound barri-
er, and surface for installing drywall and exterior sid-
ing as well.
They point out that as concrete cures it becomes
stronger, and thus your home becomes stronger day
by day.
Amvic ICFs are designed with 2.5 inches of 1.51b/cf
density expanded polystyrene (EPS) panes contain-
ing eight uniquely designed polypropylene webs.


The webs are spaced six inches on center compared
to eight inches on center in most competing prod-
ucts. This allows for several times less construction
waste than other ICFs on the market.
Amvic ICF webs use more raw materials than the
webs in other ICF blocks, which allows for an ulti-
mate 198 pound pull out strength for drywall screws
and superior finishing capabilities for interior and
exterior strapping.
Sustainability includes fire resistance, wind and
storm resistance, mould resistance, and insect barri-
ers.
Environmentally friendly, the ICFs reduce emis-
sions, and conserves trees. (Every Amvic home con-
serves at least ten trees, which absorb carbon dioxide
and give us oxygen, according to the company.)
An Amvic ICF home reduces energy consumption
by about 30 to 50 percent monthly which results in
an equivalent reduction in harmful emissions.
Construction prices vary with the size and contour of
each individual ICF structure.
If you're interested you may get more information
by calling the company in Milton at (850) 981-9072.


Stock up on your non-perishables F 0T

before the storm hits


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Oh, the things you'll see:


When you tour some of the many sites
the Panhandle has to offer vacationers


With school no longer in session and par-
ents looking to cash-in on vacation time, fam-
ilies don't have to look far to find a relaxing
getaway. Good news with gasoline at nearly $3
a gallon.
There are many entertainment hot spots in
Santa Rosa County sure to please the entire
family. From camping, to animals, from music
to history, Santa Rosa County has lots of
options to guarantee a fun-filled summer.
* National Museum of Naval Aviation:
It's one of the largest air and space museums in
the world featuring the IMAX Theater which
has a seven-story tall screen and a 15,000-watt
sound system. The museum also features-
restored aircraft representing Marine Corps,
Navy and Coast Guard Aviation. The Museum
also offers a gift shop and caf6, so visitors
don't have to travel outside to find good food.
Admission into the museum is free, while the
theater costs $6. Hours of operation are 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. For more information call (850) 452-
3604.
* The ZOO: Located in Gulf Breeze, The
Zoo has been a local favorite for over 20 years.


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A 50 acre preserve with over 700 animals sur-
rounded by botanical gardens await you and
your family. Take a ride on the Safari Line
Train and take part in special events held year-
round. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (weather permit.-
ting). The ZOO is located at 5701 Gulf Breeze
Parkway. You may reach The ZOO by phone at
(850 932-2229.
* Panhandle Butterfly House: Over 200
species of butterflies are located inside this
local favorite. This hot spot is operated by
local Master Gardener volunteers of Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and Escambia counties.
Admission is free, although donations are
appreciated. Fpr more information, call 850-
939-3267.
* The Gulfarium: If live shows featuring
many underwater creatures are your "thing",
this is the place for you. Watch live shows with
sea lions, dolphins, otters and more. Visitors
may also view sea life through large underwa-
ter panels. Shows run non-stop from 10a.m.
until dark. The Gulfarium is located on
Okaloosa Island off Highway 98 East. For
more information, call 850-244-5169.


* Pensacola Symphony
Orchestra: For lovers of clas-
sical music, the Pensacola
-Symphony Orchestra will not
disappoint. Call 850-435-
2533 for more information or
go to their web site at
. www.pensacolasympho-
ny.com.
* Fort Pickens: Visitors
are invited to tour the ruins of
this pre-Civil War fort. Still
damaged from all the storms,
,Ft. Pickens is currently open
to only hikers, bikers and
boaters. Officials say they
hope to reopen the area to
campers some time later this
year.
* Air Force Armament
Museum: The place to go for
history buffs, this Museum
offers a large collection of his-
torical artifacts which trace
the heritage of the Air
Commandos and Special
Operations forces from WWII
to the present. Located
approximately 30 minutes


Explore over 30 acres and more than a 1000 wildlife at the Zoo in Gulf Breeze.


east of Navarre. Open daily and closed on fed-
eral holidays.' Contact 850-882-4063 for more
information.
* Pensacola Pelicans Baseball: For the
sports fans, a Pensacola Pelicans game might
be for you. Founded in 1994, the Pelicans
offer high quality baseball and family fun
activities to the area. Call 850-934-8444 for
more information.
* Farmer's Opry House: If country
music and food sounds like Heaven, a stop at
the Farmer's Opry in Chumuckla should be
next on your list. Offering country, bluegrass
and gospel music, along with enough country
style food to fill the most hearty appetite,
there's something for everyone at the Opry. It
also serves as a great place to camp with full


hookups, bath and plenty of space. The
Farmer's Opry is open year round. For more
information please call 994-6000.
* West Florida Railroad Museum: A his-
toric and educational resource located in the
1909 L&N Railroad Depot which is located at
5003 Henry Street in Milton. Young and old
alike should find something of interest within
the museum, model railroad/gift shop, vintage
passenger cars, freight cars, caboose, HO
Model Railroad Club Layout and Outdoor
Railway Dining Car. Open from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Friday and Saturday with group tours by
appointment. For more information, call 850-
623-3645.
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Relax in the great outdoors: Think 'camping'


Santa Rosa County offers a variety of options
for the family that loves the great outdoors.
Camping can provide one of the safest, least
expensive and most enjoyable ways to spend
a vacation in the area.
With all the hustle and bustle of busy city,
life, some may find camping a "green" way
to shake off the big city "blues."
There are several campgrounds in the
county which offer RV hookups, fishing, and
scenic beauty which, officials say, can be
hard to find anywhere else.
*Adventures Unlimited: Come discover the
fun of Coldwater Creek. Canoe, kayak or
tube through the forest past the secluded
beaches. Cabins, campgrounds, group
retreats and family fun await. Located 12
miles north of Milton off Highway 87. For
more information call, 623-6197.
* Blackjack Creek Campgrounds: 25 sites
with many recreational options available.
Located at 3277 Cobbtown Road in Jay. Call
675-5142 for more information.
*Blackwater Rivet State Park: 30 sites avail-
able with electric and water hookups.


Playground, swimming, nature trails and
fishing available. Located at 7720 Deaton
J3ridge Road in Holt. Visit www.floridas-
tateparks.org .
* Farmer's Opry House Campgrounds:
. Relaxing country environments with 22 sites.
Features hiking, nature trails, recreational
clubhouse, picnic shelter and much more.
Located at 8897 Byrom Campbell Road. Call
.994-6000 for more information.
*Lake Kristina: 50 sites with full hookups
and campfires permitted. Located at 7353
Munson Highway. Call 623-3734 for infor-
mation.
* Magnolia Beach Campground: 50 spacious
shaded sites on 5.1 acres with 30/50 amp
service. Many amenities available. Over 400
feet of white sand beaches and a 600-foot
fishing pier and observation dock. Nearby
activities include windsurfing, sailing, golf,
amusement parks and more. Located at 9807
Navarre Parkway in Navarre. Call 939-2717
or 1-877-375-4600 for more information.
* Navarre Beach Campground: Features
include a heated pool, playground, fishing


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pier, recreation hall, swimming on the beach
of the Santa Rosa Sound and more. 148 sites
available. Located at 9201 Navarre Parkway
in Navarre. Call 939-2188 or 1-888-639-
2188 for information.


* Pelican Palms RV Park: Located at 3700
Garcon Point Road in Milton. Offers full
hookups, laundry, pool and more. 30 sites
available. Call 623-0576 for more informa-
tion.


Santa Rosa offers lots of camping opportunities. Many, like Krul Lake in the Munson area, offer
plenty of amenities and the rates can be quite reasonable-$10/night without the use of elec-
tricity, $15/night with electricity.


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