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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Gun range owner under fire after meeting


; aba~ma man

Sentenced for trying to

have sex with la mmnor


Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com 75 cents


Wednesday, October~l4~,2009


Rick Dililon's presentation
to commissioners -last Mon-
day raised the question, what
happens when hunting season
comes into play?
.Dillon said he contacted the
Sheriff's Office and he was noti-
fled that becailse it was hunting
season, no action could be taken
against the gunfire.
Even though the passed or-


If they are target shooting, they
are in violation," said Commis-
sioner Lane Lynchard.
Lynchard noted that the gun
owrier was issued a notice of vio-
lation in July when the ordinance
was passed,. and he lis since
complied with the ordinance.
"The property owner was
See UNDER FIRE A6


dinrance said that no more than
five gunshots should be heard
within a day's period on the giun
range, it' never mentioned any-
thing about hunting.
''The exemption set back in
July for the shooting ordinance
stated "The discharge of a fire-
arm for lawful defense of self or
others shall nothbe prohibited nor
shall the discharge of a firearm


for lawful hunting purposes for
species for which both an open
and closed season have been es-
tablished by the State of Florida,
be prohibited."
Now with dove season under-
yvay, and hunting seasons ex-
tending into next April, avoiding
the gunfire might be impossible.
'(It is impossible to say they
are mn violation of the ordinance.


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO .
mpellegrino @srpressgazettetcom '
The recent commiission dis-
cussion on the guri range issue
in Gulf Breeze has sparked inter-
est for county residents. The or-
dinance passed in July asked the
local gun range owner to cease
fire on? his property to less than 5
shots within a 24-hour period. *


MARCUS SCH REN KER C~ASE-






pean ov'ero Et hMi on


planS t0 Write b00k


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The Associated Press
A former money m
ager says he plans to w
a book about his atte
to flee personal and fi
cial problems in Indi;
which ended with
`him parachuting
from a plane that
later crashed into a
swamp in East Mil-
ton,
SMarcus Schren-
ker told The Times
of Munster in a jail-
house interview that
the book will focus
heavily on bipolar
disorder, which he say
was diagnosed with w;
a student at Purdue '
versity.,
Schrenker sid
had been 'secretly s
ing treatment for me
health is~sues for m
than four years and i
cash so his wife, Mich
wouldn't knlowv.
Schrenker faces
, March trial in Indian~


11 felony charges alleging
he bilked friends, family
nan- members and other inves-
rite tors of more than $1 mil-
mpt lion. He was sentenced
nan- in August to four years in
ana, federal prison on charges
stemming from the
Florida crash.
Skip Beyer, a
Fishers-basedcoun-
selor who began
treating Schrenker
nearly two years
ago, said Schren-
ker fits the profie of
MARCUS someone with bipo-
SCHRENKER lar disorder. He said
the money manager
s he showed alternating signs
rhile of anger and irritability, fol-
Uni- lowed by bouts of depres-
sion.
he "He said on a number
eek- of occasions he was ~going
Intal `to crash his plane into a
nore .mountain and end it all,"
paid Beyer said.
elle, Prosecutors ~contend
Schrenker is a habitual


Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRINO | Press Gazette
Jeanie Pearson, a Berryhill Elementary school teacher diagnosed with lymphoma cancer
Shows how long Skyler Scott's hair was before it was cut. Skyler is hoping to grow her hair
out once more to participate in the program again.

By MAlTHlWPELLEGRING 1


mpellegrino@srpressgaz3ette.coni

eanie Peardon, a 13-year veterazi teacher at
Berryhnl Elementary walked into her class-
foom eight months ago holding a pair of water
Skis in her arm. Lifting the props up,i she
showed the classroom the set of skis and made her
students a promise.
Days before, Pearson was sitting at a doctor'B
office getting some of the worst news of her life.
"I was diagnosed February 2000 with stage one '
lymphoma cancer."
Even with the news fresh on her mind, she held
the props up to her fourth grade students trying to
think of a way to explain what her doctor had told
her in the easiest way possible.
"I brought in my water skis and made a
promise," said Pearson, "I told them my goal was to
be back on the water before I came back to school."
Pearson reached her goal, and with her black
and white scarf wrapped around her head and the
news that her cancer is in remission, the teacher
now back at school, changed the way a number of
her students think about cancer.
One of those students was Skyler Scott. The now
5th grader and former student of Pearson got her
first hair cut this past summer, and for a good cau~se-
"I was nervous," said Scott, "l had never cut my
See FEELING' THE LOVE A6


Special to The Pres's Gazette .
United States Attorney
Thomas E' Kirwvin, North,
ern District of Florida, an-
nouncetd today that David
Allen Girard, 53, of Itob-
ertsdale, Ala., was sei-
tenced for usmng a com-
puter facility to entice or
induce a minor to engage
iri sexual activity and tray-
eling to engage in illicit
sexual activity.
The charges stem from
the defendant chatting on
the Web site "gay.com."
While on the Web site, the
defendant began to corre-
spond with what appeared
to be a 14-year-old boy.
During the correspon-
dence, the defendant dis-
cussed engaging in sexual
relations with the 14 year
old.
The defendant then ar-
ranged to meet the boy in
Pensacola. The defendant
drove his vehicle from
Alabama to Florida in or-
der to meet the boy. When
the defendant' arrived,


however, the "14l-year-.
old boy" turned out to be
law enforcement officers
who had been wordig
in an undercover capac-
ity on the Internet. The
defendant was taken into
custody and, found o~n his
person, law enforcement
seized condoms and pe'r-
sonal lubrication. Girard
has- a previous conviction
in Alabama for the posses-
sion of child pornography
and is a registered sex of-
fender.
United States District
Judge M. Casey Rodgers
sentenced Girard' to 195
months in federal prison
to be ~followed by a life
time term of supervised
release. Judge Rodgers
admonished the defendant
for preying on vulnerable
children and noted "that
this conduct in our society
is not tolerated."
This~ investigation was
spearheaded by the North
Florida Internet Crimes
Against Children Task
Force.


Pearson stands: with student
and Scott's mother Michele.


Pearson stands with former student Han-
nah Hunt who also helped contribute to
the Locks of Love program.


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Sports...... ........... ..... A8
Lifestyle ........................................B1
Classif ieds..........................:...... B6


Speak Out..... ................. A2
Opinion .......................A4
Religion ...................................... AS


eSanta Dosa's Dress


Beaches to Woodlands

Week Thrree Tour Preview, B1


Your only hometown newspaper for over a century!


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Students show support for teacher

byi donaiting their hair to Locks of Love


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State official warns about check scam


Speak OUT


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COUNTY~ GOVERNMENT
(0UNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32511; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson~sontatosa.fl.gov.
district 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm.
cole@sontarosa.fl.gov.
.District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumucklo Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm.
saltersosntarosa fl-cov
*District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida- De
Goames, oavrr FL 302566; poe 939-4949.' E-mail is
*District 5: Lane tynchard, 6495 Caroline St., suit
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm
lynchard~sontarosa.fl.gov.
The Santa Roso County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90.. Phone
.983-1877 for information or to teach their offices.

ESTATE GOVERNMENT '
*Rep. Greg Evers:;5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: .evers.greg~leg,'tute.fl.us.
*Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crest~iiew, FL.32536, 850-689-0556.
*' Gov; Charlie trist: PLOS The Capitol, 400 5.


Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:
Rgovernor@mnyfloride.com.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
*Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (D.C.) 202-225-413'6; toll free 866-367-1614.
Web: www.house.goi/ieffmiller.
SENATE
*Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate Office
Bilding Wasin~gton DC. 20515; phone 202-224-
* Sen. BilP Nelson: Room 571, Hart senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-
S5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
*President Barack Obame: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, 0.C. 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
*Vice President Joe Biden: Office of President, White House, 1600 Perinsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
*District 1: Diane Scott, 5110 Munson Highway,


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should be very suspicious. The
scam artists often tell consum-
ers .they have to pay taxes on
the AvinningS, and that is how
they are making money off the
scams."
Consumers -who have re-
ceived the letter can file a com-
plaint with the Department's
Division of Consumbr Services
at www.800helpfla.com. To find
out more about the marketing
company's warning, go to www.
geisheker.com.


legitimate marketing company,
Geisheker Gr~oup out of Green
Bay, Wis., but with erroneous
contact information. Geisheker
Group has :been the victim of
identity theft and has Posted a
warning on its Web site about
the scam. Company ~officials in-
dicate they have been fielding
hundreds of calls about the let-
ter. The counterfeit checks have
the name of a legitimate bank
and appear to be real.
The letter says the consumer


has a winning ticket for a Con-
sumer Rewards Program and
even lists the ticket number. A
contact name and number is
included in the letter, but the
people answering are actually
part of the scam.
"We have seen different
versions of this bogus check
scam," Bronson said. "The bot-
tom line is, if you receive a letter
indicating you have won money
from some unknown entity and
there is a check included, you


Special to the Press Gazette
SFlorida Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson is warning
consumers about a bogus letter
circulating in Florida and across
the U.S. telling people they have
won money and including a
check in the mailing.
TIhe letter has a check en-
closed for $985 and instructions
on how to claim a lump sum
payout' of an $8,000 prize. The


letter also says a tax payment of
$810 is required before the lump
sum payment can be sent to the
recipient. When recipients Fash
the checks to pay the tax, and
the checks are discovered sev-
eral days later to be counter-
feit, consumers are held liable
by the banks for the money. By
then,: the consumers have" al-
ready wired the money to the
scam artists. '.
The Award Claim Notifica-
tion letter has letterhead from a


three crybaby whiners.

Saturday, 6:06 p.m.
This is for the person
who does Speak Out. It
seems every time we
say something about a
politician or a deputy, you
don't print it. Is it for a lack

ofsnrsf N ote: Ifyou
wish to say something
about a politician or
a deputy, you need to
write a letter to the editor
and sign your name
to it. Speak Out is not
designed for those kind of
comments and/or attacks
on individuals.

Friday, 9:55 a.m.
wThe l st nim alcokd, td
State Forest.

If you have a short
comment you would like
to make, call the Speak
Out line at 623-5887.


Monday, 8:33 p.m.

concen ab d thueters,
but unfortunately,
hunters in this area do
not hunt responsibly, nor
are they respectful of
nature. Fight for changes.
This is Frances. Thank
you.

Sunday, 9:44 p.m.
This is Denise in
Milton. I want to say I
am so extremely proud
of these students who
are standing up for their
rights. You guys are doing
an awesome job. Keep up
the good work

Sunday, 5:32 p.m.

Ou oliiH a ssand ome
judges are elected by a
majority of the people.
In turn, they should
reflect the wishes of the
majority of the people they
represent and not two or


Special to the Press Gozette
Visit your local Santa
Rosa County Library dur-
ing the week of Oct. 26 to
hear Adam Miler, Ameri-
can folkrsinger, storyteller
and autoharpist.
A nationally recog-
nized presenter of folklore
and folk music programs,
Adam has been a featured
performer, master of cer-
emonies and workshop
leader at many American
folk festivals. He is a cap-


.tivating storyteller and
gifted mnstrianentalist and
is renowned for his abil-
ity to mnterpret traditional
Am~erican folksongs with
warmth and humor. -
His entertaining per-
formances at festivals
and concert halls across
the U.S. have won him
fans of all ages. A m~aster-
ful entertainer who never
fails to get his audience
singing saong, he has dis-
tinguished himself as one
of the great interpreters


of American folktales and
folksongs. He performs
about 300i concerts a
ylear at folk festivals, the-
aters, schools, libraries,
museums, hospitals and
senior centers, froml the
Everglades to the Arctic
Circle.
Adam Miller willl per-
form at Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Libraries: .
Mlonday. .Oct. 26, 6
p.m., Pace Library
*Tuesday, Oct. 27, 6
p.m., Navarre Library


*Wednesdayv, Oct. 28,
3 p.m., Jay Library; 6 p.m..
Milton Library
*Thursday. Oct. 29,
6 p.ml., Pace Library'
The Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Library System is a
department of the Santa
Roso County Board of
County Comlmissioners.
Libraries are located ml
Gulf BreeZe. Jay. M~ilton,
Navar-re and Pace. More
utlformatronl Is acvallable
at ~L1L.anyarsantarosailov
libraries.


17 at the Gulf Breeze Library
Milton Library: ongoing book
sale during library hours
Navarre Library: ongoing book
sale during Library hours
Book Sale Event: Wednesday-
Saturday, Oct. 21-24, at the Na-
varre Library
Pace Library: ongoing book
sale during library hours
The Santa R~osa County Li-
brary System is a department of
the Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners. Librar-
ies are located in Gulf Breerze,
Jay, Miltonr, Navarre, and Pace.


ment funding for library collec-
tions, youth programs and other
needs,
Used book sales throughout the
year are main sources of fundrais-
ing for the Friends groups, with
books donated by citizens used
for these efforts. By shopping lo-
cally at their book sales, you not
only support your library, but can
save big on books, gas and time.
Ongoing and Upeoming Friends
of the Library Book Sales:
Gulf Breeze Library: ongoing
book sale during library hours
Book Sale Event: Saturday, Oct.


Milton, FL.32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
Dsateri 2l.u ugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.sontaroso.kl2fl.us:
district 3: Dione Coleman, 9400 Octavia tone,
Naovare, FL 32566, 939-2661. Emailis colemanmd@
mail.sontorbso.kl2.fl.us.
*District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446.. E-mail is simpsoriji~mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
*District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
SBreeze, FI. 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mh aint Rosa 12.unty School Boaid meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000 -

CITY GOVERNMENT
*Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
*Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5i100.
Cty w M f ], B Eor K lvin Qtialls, 3822
.Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information .for < your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


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Jim Fletcher <
Publisher .
850-393-3654
ifletcher~srpressgazette.com

Carol Barnes
Office Manager -
850-623-2120
chemnes~stpressgazette.com


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Bill Ga~mblin
Editor
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Field Service Rep,.
850-393-3666
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*Santa Rosa's Press Gazette (USPS
604-360) is published twice weekly
on Wednesdays and Saturdays for $34
per year (in county) by Florida Freedom


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850-623-2120
thutton@srpressgazette.com


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Mihon, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to: Santo Roso's Press Gazette,
6629 Elvo St, Milton, FL 32570.


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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
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Press Gazette, including its logotype, are
fully protected by copyright and registry '


LIBRARY NEWS



Smnger-storyteller coming to library


National Friends of Libraries week almost here


DOOK SoleS plonn8U

Special to the Press Gazette
Oct. 18-24 is National Friends
of Libraries week, making it a
good time to publicly thank the
Friends of the Library groups
in Santa Rosa County who con-
tribute their time and expertise
to enhance our library services.
Each year, the Friends' groups
for Gulf Breeze, Milton, Navarre
and Pace libraries contribute tens
of thousands of dollars to supple-


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Our Staff is FRIENDLY, and
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(Above) The Pace office has recently been enlarged at 4A74 Woodbine Rd. in
Woodbine Plaza. Agents Donn Raley and Felicia Northcutt are ready and available
to serve you. (Below) The Jay office is located at 4035 Highway 4. Agency Manager
Bill Seelmann and Agent David English are those you are apt to see here. They will
be happy to hear from you. Telephone them at 675-4572.


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Special to the Press Gazeffe .
oclain~~srpressgozette.com.
Farm Bureau Insurance Services is
all about location and friendly service
when it comes to serving .its cus-
tomers.
O'f course helping you is what they
do best.
Life in the South has its challenges,
and some of these challenges are big-
ger than others. For over 50 years,
Santa Rosa County Farm Buregit
Insurance Services has provided
straightforward answers and down-to-
earth solutions for some of those ~chal-
lenges.
A full lines general insurance
.ageticy, they offer automobile and
homeowners insurance, including hard
to place coastal and barrier island cov-
erage, and a full commercial insurance
portfolio through the Florida Farm
Bureau Insurance Companies and their
affiliated companies. .
They also offer. coverage through
the National Flood Insurance' Program,
worker compensation .insurance, crop
insurance, and `health insurance
through Florida Blue Cross Blue
Shield.
In addition to property insurance,
they market an extensive line of life
insurance, disability income, and
retirement products through Southern
Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company
and long term care coverage with John
Hancock Insurance Company. As an
added benefit, estate planning and
notary services are provided free to
Farm Bureau members.
The newest addition to the ~services
that they provide is~ the banking and
financial services, offered through
Farm Bureau Bank. Automobiles can


be financed at 100 percent with very
competitive rates, and in most cases,
the loans cast be approved in the
offices while you wait. No fee Visa
and Mastercard, CE's, checking
accounts, money market accounts, andl
business lines of credit are some of the
other services they can provide.
There are two convenient locations:
4035 Highway 4 in Jay,' and 4474
Woodbine Road in the Woodbine Plaza
in Pace. The office in Jay is staffed by
Bill Seelmann, the agency manager,
and David English, and its office hours
are 8 arm. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday. The Pace office is
staffed b~y Donn Raley and .Felicia
Northoutt with hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5
pm.
After hour appointments are offered
in both offices, plus they do make
house calls.
Should you ever have a claim, and
they hope that you never do, you can
expect fast arid fair claims service.
The regional Farm Bureau claims
office is located in Pace and is staffed
by five experienced adjustors.
More than just insurance, Farm
Bureau is about service to the mem-
bers, the commpunity,-and the interests
of agriculture. Since 1954, Santa Rosa
County Farm' Bureau has provided
affordable insurance solutions for the
citizens of Santa Rosa County.
So, whether you need to finance
your next car, are looking for afford-
able insurance, or just need some
down to earth advice on your current
insurance, give David and Bill a call in
Jay at 675-4572 or Donn and Felicia at
994-0700.
Helping you .it what they do best,
and you don't even need to be a
farmer.


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organization to bring
lawsuits before a federal
judge unless it was heard
before all local and state
courts.
The ACLU` gets funded
by us, then we have to
pay their court bills be-
sides. That is horrendous.
That needs to be stopped.
The ACLU should pay all
costs including the cost
of defense.
We the people have
the power to correct
things. Organize all the
people that worship God
in this entire state and
demand our rights. We
should all organize like
the Tea Party and togeth-
er we can accomplish
this. If they won't enact
legislation that will
give us back our constitu-
tional rights in this state,,
then use that ballot to
vote them all out of
office.

OLIVER RANDOLPH
Pace


decision contrary to the
Constitution, and we have
let it happen. We have
no one to blame but our-
selves.
Do we really want to
change things? I hope
so. To accomplish these
.changes will require
some real effort. First
you have to be loyal to
your country and not a
political party. '
Starting at the local
level will never change
things. Why? Because all
federal politicians
get their power from our
lodal and state politi-
clans.
Each state has the
power to enact legislation
that would make it legal
to pray anywhere as long
as they were not forced
upon anyone who did
not want to participate.
They can leave the
room.
Also, we need legisla-
tion to make it impossible
for the ACLU or any such


OUR VIEW



Make Milton's


Christmas



bright

We get, phone calls throughout the
Christmhas season. Callers want to tell us
about all the beautiful decorations in the
area.
Lights have become a great part of the
holiday season, bLit one of the darkest plat-
es, until recently, was downtown Milton.
Efforts have been made the past few
years to renew the tradition of lighting up
downtown and shooting off our quaint city.
Unfortunately, there was a big 14-foo~t
problem last year. While lights and displays
lined Riverwalk and the gazebo, the City of
Milton Christmas tree was, not in the best
conditions.
There were times when you could go
downtown and lights would be on the deco-
rations, but the 14-foot Christmas tree was
dark.
With that in mind, those who.are hiead-
ing; up the Downtown "Light-up M~ilton"'
committee are working to get a new tree to
light-up downtown for many years to come.
Members of the committee are trying to
:oethoeu $,0 neee o purhase a newt
light up the~ area.
Christmas is a big holiday~ ... not just. in
communities like Milton, but everywhere.
It's great to se~e communities lit up and
families traveling downtown to enjoy a
night looking at the lights.
It sounds odd, but many people, espe-
cially the children, say what is Christmas
without a Christmas Tree?
'Those who are working to bring people
back downtown feel the same way and a
Christmas Tree would cap off the work of
the last three years.
We urge you to help with this effort. Help
to light-up our downtown area and to give
Mlilton a new tree of which it can be proud.
It might sound like a lot to some, but a
tree of this nature and size normally sells
for quite a bit more than the $8,000 so the
c committee has done a good job in price
shopping.
Our business community has stepped
forward to bring you the displays you see
downtown. Some of them are going to do
their best to help make this Christmas tree
possible. With your help, it's sure to hap-
pe n.
All of us together can make this Christ-
mas brighter arid give everyone a ~gorgeou's
downtown area along the Blackwater Rivrer
of which they can be proud.
The committee is also looking toward
the time when the goal is reached and
the tree is here. At that time, there will
be a few other things needed: things like ;
strands; of Christmas lights, Christmas
yard displays, and garland strands (with;
and without lights) .arid any other seasonal
items.
In light of the, bleak year we've had,'
we're hoping we can make this one of the
brightest Milton Christmas' ever. With your
help, we know it can happen.





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Kudos to the City of
1VIilton for putting on a
wonderful 5KC Walk/Run
event. The route took par-
ticipants through parts
of our kiistorie downtown'
and introduced many to
areas they had not seen
before. After winding
through the historic down-
town, the trail system, Riv-
erwalk Park, and historic
residential areas, partici-
pants were rewarded with
entertainment and food.
Thanks for all the hard
ivork from those who put
the event on. Very nicely
done! I appreciate your em-
phasis on showing off our
downtown historic district..
I look forward to next
year's event and hope all
of you will participate as
well.
KIM MACARTHY
President, Main Street Milton
Milton


We need more
than prayer

Pray For Our Schools,
these signs are all over
town. God gave us this
country and our free-
doms. You ais a people
have let the government
take it awtiy with judges
that abuse the rule of
law and do not follow the
Constitution.
Praying alone will not
work, praying should be
accompanied with works <
or we will accomplish
nothing.
In the first place, the
schools belong to the
taxpayers, not the gov-
ernment. We citizens paid
for our schools with our
taxes. Think for a mo-
ment, our taxes pay for
everything, including the
federal and state govern-
ing bodies. The federal
government has funded
the ACLU for years, ap-
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Dear Paistor Gallups, I read somewhere, in one of your
articles, I think...that you believe that Deacons ought
notllo "run" or administrate church affairs. How can
that be? So many churches depend upon their Deacons
to keep the church running?" -S.S. Pace

Dear S.S.,
Let me say before I go any further, that how a church
chooses to operate is between it and the Lord. It is not my
place in this article to tell any church how to run its busi-
ness.
S.S., the scriptures simply do not allow for Deacons
to administrate the affairs of a church. Most Bible schol-
ars agree that the first appointing of Deacons in the church
is found irr the Acts chapter six account. Here they were
clearly chosen to spread the gospel, keep peace in the
body and SERVE the church by~ministry.
The very word "deacon'' in the Biblical.language of
the Greek means, "servah~t." The qualifications for a
Deacon are found in I Tim 3:8. In not one scripture is
found an: exaniple of or an expectation that the Deacons
"run the affairs" of a church. By "affairs" of a church we
would mean matters of church business, budgets, pro-
gramming, pastoral job descriptions, etc. The Bible IS
very clear who should determine these matters...the
Elders. (I Tim 5:17a)
The qualifications for and the job description of
Elders are entirely different than those of Deacons. (Titus
1:6-9) Churches get into trouble' when this Biblical truth is
confused.
Who are Elders, then? Again, this would be-left up
to thp individual church. Certainly the Pastor and/or
Associate Pastors. could be considered to be Elders. (I Tim
5:17b) Any group of Ministry Directors or specially
appoilited or elected people could serve a church in the
"elder" capacity. It is THIS group, whoever the church
determines they are, that should "run the affairs" of the
church...NOT the Deacons. I believe that the Lord partic-
ularly blesses a church that keeps this New Testament
order of administration.
I trust that this answers your question. Remember


Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
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Canada. For more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax: 623-0197.
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WednesdayOctober 14 2009


Barrow is Pastor

Brittni in coHceff
at Olivet
Brittni Ward, from the
Hattiesburg, Miss., area,
will be in concert at Olivet
Baptist Chui'ch during the
morning worship' hour, 11
aim. Sunday, Oct. 18. Only
18, Brittni has been singing
since age 10, and by 11
had recorded her first CD,
"The Beginning." God
has truly blessed hler with
a beautiful voice, which
communictl he gspel
Come worship with us
and be blessed as Blrittni
presents a very special
musical rendition of God's
word. Olivet is at the .
corner of Dogwood Drive
and Berryhill Road.

NOlVigalting DiVoft0
f0COVefy WOrkshop
SAre you experiencing '
the pain and grief of
divorce? Attend the
upcoming divorce recovery
workshop, Navigating
Divorce. This eight-~session
workshop is designed to
make the transition ~from
married life to single life
more understandable. The
workshop will meet each
;Wednesday beginning Oct-
21 at 6:15 p.m. and ending
at 7:30 p.m. Ib ensure
enough material for all
participants, reservations
are requested.
While you are attending
the workshop, activities
are provided for children
of all ages, and an optional
dinner is available at
5:30 p.m. for the nominal
charge of $4 per adult
and $1.50 per child. This
workshop is open to
the pubjlic.and is a nlon-
denominatidnal class
held at Christ United
Methodist Church on
Dogwood Drive in Milton.
For reservations, or more
information please call
623-0614 or 623-8820.


Trees throughout the community,
located by local businesses, where
people can select ornaments created
for each child who needs an angel
sponsor for Christmas.
In addition, we are seeking busi-
nesses and citizens who would like to
be a collection site or host a general
toy drive for needy children who are
identified after we launch the Angel
Tree program.


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If yrou or someone you kn~ow is in-
terested in helping us put smiles on
the faces of Santa Rosa's children,
please call Tammy Burton, Tract
Ritchey or Tina Lovett at the Santa
Rosa Kid's House at 850-623-1112. We
will be happy to answer any ques-
tions you have, register you or your
business and provide you with the
necessary tools to help us with this
project.


Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa Kids House, in
cooperation with the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office, the ,Milton Police
Department, Milton Dodge and the
Emerald Coast Jeep Club, is seek-
ing individual and business sponsors
to help ensure that abused children
have a joyful Christmas.
We will be coordinating Angel


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for the concert. Doors
open at 5:30 p.m
Ward presents
strong, refreshing ap-
proach that is appealing
to all audiences.
"Mly goal in travel-

Anh w edopl t ove of
God that never falls and
goes beyond all ex-pec-
tations, to encourage
the discouraged and to
give a message of hope to
the lost," she said. "His
mercy, grace and good-
ness will forever amaze
me. He keeps on surpris-
ing me with new bless-
ings every time I turn
around!"
For more information
about Ward, go to brittni-
ward.com or call the
church office at 9941-6152.


Special to the Press Gazette
Up-and-comer Brittni
Ward will be in worship
concert at Immanuel
Baptist Church in Pace
on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 6
p~m
Ward is an 18-year-old
hkm Hattiesbu q,t M sit

to our area. She has an
exciting, contemporary
sound with just a hint
of country!
"Wre are very excited
to have Brittni coming
to sing for us. She has
the kcind of voice and pre-
sentation that makes me
think we'll be hearing
much more from her on a
national level," said Clain
Roberts, minister of mu-
sic at Immanuel. "We
hope to see a large crowd
at this event taking ad-


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Because of
circumstances, the
Monthly Gospel Sing at
Chumuckla Pentecostal
SHoliness Church has been
caceled. Itis usul %held

each months (Oct. 16). For
information, call Pastor Ira
Decker at 994-5444.

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Methodist Church, 4540


Bazaar on Saturday, Oct. ~
17, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Good quality ruinmnage
sale items, home decor,
collectibles, gift baskets,
crafts and baked goods
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also be homemade chicken
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Another one of
Pearson's former students
who took part in the
program was Hannah
Hunt. Back in 2007, before
Pearson was diagnosed, .
Hunt donated her hair
to the Locks of Love
program. Since then,
the now sixth grader has
made two donations and is
planning another clipping
soon. The next cut,
however, will be different
from the past two.
"Her mom was
diagnosed with breast
cancel) in January," said
Pearson.
Hunt said she was
happy to see the last
two ponytails go to the
program. "I have donated
a lot of my hair. ,It makes
me happy to do it now
because my mom has


cancer," said Hunt.
Proud of both of her
students, Pearson said
there is nothing more
they could do to make her
happy. She was able to get
back on her skis, and her
students were able to give
a child in need a wig to
raise their spirits.
"They are both a role
model for their peers,"
said Pearson, "I think the
girls deserve recognition,
it took a lot to do that."
Pearson, who still
teaches, is happy to see
her students continuing to
donate to the program, and
is hoping to educate more
people about the charity.
"Actually having
students that I've taught
donate their hair means a
:lot to me. It truly warms
my heart.'


out again to participate
as soon as she can. The
guidelines for Locks of
Love specify that you must
have at least 10 inches of .
hair to work with. Months
later, Skyler's hair sits
halfway down her back,
and to her, it won't be long
until she does it again,
"She is growing her hair
back out again so she can
do it again," said MVichele.
SSince her haircut,
Skryler~has influenced
other classmates to
participate in the program.
"When I heard Mrs.
Pearson would have
cancerI thoughtabout
everyone else that had
cancer," said Skyler. "I
told some of my other
classmates about Mrs.
Pearson, and how they
could donate their hair."


who have lost their own
due the cancer treatment
procedures.
After her teacher got
diagnosed with cancer,
Pearson talked to the
students about the disease
and let them know that
there were different ways
to help cancer patients
such as herself.
"I talked to the kids
about different ways they
could help out children
who were diagnosed. We
had a former student who
was diagnosed with cancer,
and Skyler decided she
wanted to donate her hair
through Locks of Lofe,"
said Pearson.
Cutting the hair wasn't
a problem, but finding a -
salon that participated in
the program was the hard
part for the Scott's.


"There are certain
places that have a sticker
indicating they participate
in the program," said
Pearson,
After a lengthy search,
Skyler finally found a salon
that had the sticker of
approval' and braided her
hair to prepare for the cut.
"There are certain
guidelines you have to
follow," said Pearson, "It
has to be in a ponytail, and
it has to be in braids."
Skyler sat in the barber
chair, and after a swift cut,
the fourth grader looked
in the mirror, and after
seeing her new look, she
smiled.
"She said someone
needed it more than she
did," said her mother.
The now fifth grader is
currently growing her hair


hair before "
Scott's mother, Michele
sat and she watched as 10
inches of her daughter's
waist long hair fell into the
stylist's hand. From there
the hair was carefully
handled, sealed in an
envelope and shipped off
to an unknown destination,
Wherever that destination
Swas, the fourth grader was
happy to see it go, knowing
it was going to someone
who needed it. .
Skyler got her hair cut
not only for her fourth
. grade teacher, but for the
thousands of children who
have been diagnosed with
cancer around the Unites
States. The ten inches of
brunette braids went to
the Locks of Love program
that makes wigs from
hair to give to children


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Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice following Monday's
meeting. In the e-mail,
Danheisser said there
would be no reason not to
follow up on the recent gun-
fire to see if it was unlawful
or not.
At Thursday's commis-
sion meeting, little was dis-


cussed about the gun riynge
issue, but Walker noted that
it had been addressed to the
Sheriff 's Department and
Santa Rosa County's Major
Collier.
SSanta Rosa PIO Scott
Haines was unable to com-
ment ori the issue by press
time.


tioned the accuracy of the
findings.
Salter argued that it was
hard to prove where the bul-
lets came from and when
they were shot.
"There has to be~ some
kind of authority," said Salt- .
er. "Hopefully these` (bul-
lets) weren't shot after the


new ordinance."
A4t the September meet-
ing, Commissioner Tom
Danheisser said he would
notify the Sheriff's Office in
reference to the shooting to
help clarify the issue.
Danheisser followed up
and sent an e-mail to Major
Steve Collier at the Santa


Although hunting is le-
gal in the area South of the
.East River, to Dillon and
commissioners, it is impos-
sible to tell where the shots
are being fired from.
After Dillon presented
commissioners with his
stray bullet findings last
week, Don Salter ques-


properly notified when we
passed the ordinance,"
said Lynchard.
Di)lbn, the Gulf Breeze
- resident that spoke at last
Monday's meeting, present-
ed commissioners with bul-
let findings and complaints
of more gunfire since the
hunting season has begun. ~


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lost his left arm and that
ih~ a 2008 deposition for a
Georgia lawsuit he testified
under oath that he suffered
frOm multiple sclerosis.
"Fbr a man like this, it is
HOt that unbelievable to think
he would try get away by fak-
irig his death," Florida prose-
cutors said in court records.
Schrenker claimed he
spent time at a Merrillville
mental health facility when
he was 12. A spokeswoman
for Southlake Center for
Mena H eat wecie t

had been a patient, citing pri-
vacy laws.
Schrenker told the news-
paper he sometimes regrets
surviving the jump from his
plane and that the Indiana
caseIs politically motivated.
"I'm no Bernie Madoff,"
he said.
Jeff Wehmueller, admiin-
istratiVe chief deputy pros-
ecutor in Hamilton County,
Ind., said Schrenker is a typi-
car~perpetrator~of fraud.
"As frauds go, it'spnoth-
ing spectacular," Wehmuel-
ler said of the allegations
against Schrenker. '? think
he's the one who made it a
big deal by his rather dra-
matic flight frm the state of
Indiana."


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Wednesday October 14 20 9


Pensacola and on race day from 6:30-7:30
a.m. at Midway Fire Station in Gulf Breeze.
The Tiger Trot 5K/10K after-r'ace party! will
include refreshments, door prizes and race
awards. Register online at www.active.
com or download an entryr form at www.
rmhpensacola.org. High quality T-shirts
are guaranteed to race participants who
registered by Sept. 18.
W~in a car: Tickets are oil sale now
for a chance to win a Buick, Pontiac or
GMC vehicle of choice valued at up to
$33,500. Tickets are $5 each and will be
sold until Oct. 31. The drawing will be held
in mid-December. To buy tickets, visit
McKenzie Motors in Milton or contact
Linsey Williamson at 850-983-5466 or
miltonparkseymail.com. With each ticket
purchase, donors receive a voucher for 10
percent off any service repair at McKenzie
Motors. One hundred percent of the
proceeds benefits the City of Milton youth
football and cheerleading programs.

Oi~thopaedic exams: The Andrews
Institute for Orthopaedies & Sports
Medicine is now providing free orthopaedic
exams and assessments to high school and
collegiate athletes on Saturday mornmngs.
The Saturday Morning Athletic Training
Room is available to any student athlete
and will continue every Saturday through
the end of football season. Students may
check in from 8-9 a.m. in the Andrews
,Institute Rehabilitation center in Suite
101 on the Andrews Institute campus,
located at 1040 Gulf Breeze Parkway in
Gulf Breeze. The exams are provided on
a walk-in basis, and the initial assessment
is done frfree of charge. The exams are
available to any student athlete in the Gulf
Coast area including Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi.

1More activities can be found at wwzw.
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called Things to Do. There, you can check
on activities by ZIP code or type. You are
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Oct. 24th. Rides start at dark, $2 per person
to ride. Come take a scary ride through
East Milton Ball Park. Kids can enjoy time
in a bounce house while waiting to ride.
All proceeds benefit East Milton Youth
Association.

Adult Co-Ed Kickball Fall League:
Adult Co-Ed Kickball Fall League at
East Milton Ball Park begins Thtirsday,
Oct. 15. Season is eight weeks, $200 team
registration. For more information, call
Anthony Daughtery at 983-2242 or e-mail
emyakickball@yahoo.com. You can also
visit www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

Arrowhead Junior Golf event in
Destin: Junior golfers ages 12-18 are
invited to compete in the Fifth Annual
AJGT Kelly Love Showcase Classic at
Indian Bayou Country Club in Destin,
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7-8. AJGA
tournament exemptions are offered to
Boys and Girls Champions, and the two-
day, 36-hole tournament is ranked by the
National Junior Golf Scoreboard. College
coaches are invited to attend, and results `
from the tournament are e-mailed to
collegiate golf programs throughput the
country. The tournament entry deadline is
Saturday, Oct. 24, at 6 p.m. To enter, please .
call 850-650-6331 or register online at www.
arrowheagjgt.com.

Tig~er Trot 5K/10K* Ronald McDonald
House Charities of Northwest Florida is
now accepting registrations for the Tiger
Trot 5K/10K race. The event will be held
Saturday, Oct. 17, at 8 a.m. beginning at
Midway Fire Station, 1322 College Parkway
in Gulf Breeze. The scenic course takes
participants through residential areas
and around Tiger Point Golf Club. The
1IOt course adds a trip along Bay Str~eet
and Santa Rosa: Sound. Registration
before Oct. 15 is $20 for 5K and $22 for 10K
Registration closing date is Oct. 15. Late
race-day registration is $23 for 5K and $25
for 10K. Race packet pickup is available
Oct. 16 from 4-6 p.m. at Running Wild in


Milton baseball golf scramble: Milton
High School Baseball Boosters 3rd Annual
Golf Tournament will be Saturday, Oct. 17,
at Tanglewood Country Club. This three-
person scramble is set to start at 8 a.m.,
with lunch after the tournament. The cost
is $65 per player or $195 per team and
includes golf, lunch, beverage carts, range
balls and prizes. Cash awards for the top
three places. For more information, call
777-7454 or 324-1310. You can also mail
check and registration to MHS Baseball
Boosters, EiO. Box 4531, Miiton, ~FL 325712.

Rotary 5K- The Milton Rotary Club will
hold its 3rd Annual 5K on Saturday, Oct.
24, along the Blackwater Heritage State
Trail, to benefit education scholarships
Sand programs sponsored by Milton Rotary
Club. Registration is $20 for adults and $15
for children through Oct. 23 and will be $25
for ~adults and $20 for children the day of
the race. Race time is 9 a.m., and buses ~will
begin loading at 8 a.m. at Milton City Hall.
An after-party with food and drink will he at
Blackwiater Bistro following the race. Early
packet pickup will be Oct. 23 at Blackwater
Bistro from 5-7 p.m.

Garcon Point Bridge Run: The
Santa Rosa Education Foundation and
Mediacoth~ Communications will hold
their 4.8 mile run/walk across the Garcon
Point Bridge on Saturday, Oct. 17, at
7:30 aim. Participants will be treated to
hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks during
the post-race awards ceremony. Advance
registration is encouraged. Entry fees are
$20 for children younger than 18 and $25
Sfor adults. After Oct. 13, all registration
fees will be $30. The first 300 registered
participants will receive an event T-shirt.
Registration is available online at www.
active.com, or forms may be downloaded
at www.santarosa.kL2.fl.us/sref. For more
information, call 850-983-5043. '

Haunted Hayride in East Milton: East
1Milton Youth Association will have its 3rd
annual Haunted Hay Ride on Saturday,


attempt. The Raiders
were unable to get out
of their own 10-yard
line -and felt pressured
From the Panthers, and
Raiders QB Andrew
Velazquez fumbled the
ball. The response to
the fumble came from
Milton's Chgrles Jim-
enez, who carried it a
couple yards into the
end zone. With 25 sec-
onds left on the clock,
the touchdown ended
the first quarter. '
After Navarre took
control of the ball at the
;Gazette beginning of the second,
t was it wasn't long before the
Panthers' Barry Goodlen
took over for the Raid-
ers wit a quick inter-
c pe~tion only a minutes.
mno~ the second quarter,
to Milton, picked the
ball up; and later fum-
Swho' bled ~the leather on its
and- own 0-yrar~d line. Chris
d. .-Stapleton of ~he Raiders
;e of. recovered the fumble.
After a- quick turn-
over, QB Matt Floyd
um handed the ball off to
wide receiver Patric
p the Lloyd, who carried the
ayed. Milton ball 53 yards
down the right of the
.field for another Milton
'- touchdown with 6:56 left
her, in the half. .
Navarre picked the
ball up after the touch-
;with down from its 35, and af-
he ter completing five first
.downs, carried the ball
V~illion to the Panthers' 2-yard
and line. With second and
;ht only .two yards to the
goal line, the only thing
Velazquez knew was he
needed to get his finger
be on the white pamnt, and
It, and he did after carrying it
down the middle for the
.n the Raiders' first and only
the touchdown of the night.
y he Milton picked up the
'ball after the field goal,
and after only three
plays, a pass complete' to
I did." Tyler Johnson gave the


wide receiver a clear 55-
yard run to the end zone
with 2:53 left in the half.
After Johnsons' touch-
down, the game sat 21-7
and pnded the first half.
"We had a very slop-
py first half, and a better
second half," McMillion
saiid. "As a team, we
were a little disappoint-
ing in the first half."
The second half was
a complete turnaround
for the Panthers, ,as
Casey Freeman took the~
low road down the cen-
ter from the Navarre 2
for another seven points
with afieldgoaliwith 4:40
left in the third quarter.
Navarre was unable
to get past the Pan-
ther defense, and after
a quick turnover, Mil-
ton quickly dodged the
Raiders into their 5-yard
line, followed by another
sixi by No. 6 Avante Jen-
nings. The -score sat at
35-7.
The fourth ~as pretty
uneventful without any
TDs. The Panthers put
an extra three ork the
board after a 20-yard
field goal with 1:06 left
in the game. The day
Salter and Thompson
labeled Hurley Manning
Day will go down in the
books for the black and
gold.
The first half was
rough` for the Panthers,
but McMillionl said the
team improved as the
game clock ticked down.
"If we would have
played the entire game
as good as we did the
second half, we would
have looked pretty
good," McMillion said.
Overall, the night
wasn't just about the
win, but a coach that
put M~ilton in the record
books.
"I am proud to be a
part of this family to-
night," McMillion said..


MATHEW PELLEGRINO I Press
Manning stands with his wife, Shirley at the halftime, dedication, where i
amriounced that Oct. 9 would be Hu ley Manning aqy in the county.


Hurley Manning stood firmly at.
miidfield with his wife Shirley's arm
wrapped ~firmly around his, and walked
down the center of the Milton field,
surrounded by former players he
helped bring to the state championships
nearljr three decades ago.
Hours before, he was honored by
Milton Mayor.Guiy Thompson and
County Commissioner Don Salter, who
gave their thanks to the 71`-year-old.
"His team knew how to lead, and
he made it how it was supposed to
be,"! Thompson s~aid."HBe has been an'
inspiration to all of his students."
Manning, wiho coached from 1968-88,
led Milton to two state championship
titles his Ifirst twio years as coach.
Following the state wvins, he carried the
Panthers through eight district titles.
Manning, graduated frobm Milton
High in 1956, when the Panthers
colors were orange and blue.:Dur~ing
his senior year, he got to see the
.Pdnthers play their first game on the
then Haywood Hanna Stadium. Friday
night, Commissioner Salter and Mayor
Thompson not only gave Manning the
field, but his own day in school history.
"I proclaim today to be Hurley
Manning day in this county," Thompson
said,
As IVanning walked onto the 50-yard
line hours after the dinner ceremony,
he was met with a stream of applause
from current and former students,
To his right stood most of his state


championship team, who traveled
1Wilton for the dedication.
"J see a lot of successful people
wenit through Milton High School
went on to be ~great,"' Mahnin~g saic
"I am being honored today becaua
what these men did."
After receiving his' plaque of
recognition, everyone in the stadil
turfiidd their attention to the new
Hurley Manning Stadium sign ato
`scoreboard, as the Miltori band pli
the schboots alma mater.
As the band wound dwn
the celebration, Mjanning~ was
congratulated by a swarm of Pant
alumni.
. despite a slow first half, Milton
went on to seal the deal that night
a whopping 31-point victory over t
Navrarre Raiders.
Current Head Coach Mike Mel
said this was a night to remember
was proud he got to share this nig
with the former coac~h. -
"I wish I was as lucky to have
coached ~with him (1Vlanning),"
Mc~iillion said. "'We are proud to 1
sharing this night with him tonight
we are all proud to be Panther~s."
Just as he summed up games i
past, Marining gave his thanks at 1
dinner ceremony the simplest wa~
could.
"I had the best job in the state
of Florida," Manning said. "No onl
enjoyed it more for 21 years than i


as leading rusher at 83 yards on
seven carries.
Boughton and Steven James
came in to each rush for 47 yards
after' Hendricks was limited to
standing ~on the sidelines with
the aid of crutches.
Hendricks was expected
to have an MRI on his injured
kh3ee Monday to see whether
he will be out for the remainder
of the season or possibly a few
weeks.


game with 118 yards on 22 car-
ries, while the Yellowjackets
amassed 373 yards of total of-
fense.
After the Royals tied, the
game 7-7, thanks in part to the
49-yard run, which ended Hen-
dricks' night, Vernon took to
the air as Dylan Lee and Mal-
com Bell hooked up with 8:20
remaining in the first half for 55
yards.
Bell foundsa seam in the Roy-


als' zone, and Calvin Lee hit him
in stride on a second-and-29
from the Vernon 45.
Vernon will look to continue
its winning ways next week when
the team visit's Sneads, while Jay
will look to end a thre~e-game los-
ing streak at South Walton.
Dylan Lee finished the night
going six-of-12 for 107 yards and
a touchdown.
Jay finished the night, with
230 total yards, with Hendricks


after the Royals misfired on the
extra point wtith a low snap.
The first half was. all Vernon,
as players took advantage of
good field position and an open-
ing possession that ate up half
of the first quarter before Calvin
Lee found the end zone from
seven yards out.
During the drive, Calvin S(ee
and Dylan Lee chewed up ~big
chunks of yardage on each carry.
Calvin1 Lee would finish the


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Tie REPORT

POUSclol Bay
Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
12:03 a.m. CDT High tide 0.92 Feet
4:02 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.85 Feet
4:06 a.m. CDT Moon rise
6:51 a:m. CDT Sunrise
10:46 a.m. CDT High tide 1..14 Feet
4:33 p.m. CDT Moonset
4:51 p.m. CDT Low tide 0.87 Feet
6:17 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:31 p.m. CDT High tide 1..12 Feet
Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 i
5:1 1 a.m. CDT Mooncise
6:04 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.56 Feet
6:51 a.m. CDT Sunrise
5:06 p.m. CDT Moonset
6:16 p.m. CDT Sunset
10:08 p.m. CDT High tide 1.41 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009
6:14 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:52 a.in. CDT Sunrise
7:1-5 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.29 Feet
S:41 p.m. CDT Moonset
6:15 p.m. CDtSunset
10:19 pj.m. CDT''tigh tide 1.65 Feet
Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009
1 2:35 a.m. CDT New moon \
6:53 a.m. CDjT Sunrise
7:18 a.m. CDT Moonrise
8:14 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.1 1 Feet
6:14 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:18 p.m. CDT Moonset
10:44 p.m. CDT High tide 1.*81 Feet

East Ba
Thursdayr, Oct. 15, 2009 -
12:48 a.m. CDT High tide 1.10 Feet
4:05 a.m. CDT Moon rise
5:20 a.m. CDT Low tide 1.02 Feet
6:50 a.m. CDT Sunrise
11:29 a.m. CDT High tide 1.37 Feet
6:9p.m. CD Moo ti 1.05 Feet
6:16 p~.CDT S nset
I 1:14 p.m. CDT High tide 1.35 Feet
Friday Oct. 16, 2009
5:09 aam. CDT Moonrise
6:50 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:20 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.67 Feet ~
5:05 p.m. CDT Moon set
6:15 p.m. CDT Sunset
SO5 3pam. CD Hi htda .69 Feet
6:13 a.m. CDT Mooncise
6:51 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:33 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.35 Feet
5:40 p.m. CDT Moonset
6:14 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:02 p.m. CDT High tide 1.98 Feet
Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009
12:35 a.m. CDT New moon
6:51 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:17 a.m. CDT Moonrise
S9:30 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.13 Feet
.6:12 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:17 p.m. CDT Ivoonset
11.:29 p.in. CDT High tide 2.18 Feet
Blackwiater River
Thursday, Oct. I 5, 2009
1:44 a.m. CDT High tide 1.10 Feet
4:05 a.m. CDT Moonrise
5:50 a.m. CD-T Low tide 1.02 Feef ~
6:50 a.m. CDT Sunrise
12:25 p.m. CDT High tide 1.37 Feet
4:32 p.m. CDT Moonset
6:16 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:39 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.05. Feet
Friday, Oct. 16, 2009
, 12:10 a.m. C4T High tide 1.35 Feet
5:10 a.m. CDT Moon rise
6:1a.m. CD Sunrit e 0.7Fet

5:05 a~m CDT Moon set
6:15 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:49 p.m. CDT High tide 1.69 Feet
Saturday Oct. 17, 2009
6:14 a.m; CDT Moo~nrise
6:51 ci.m. CDT Sunrise
9:03 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.35 Feet
5:40 p.m. CDT Moonset
9:14 p.m. CDT Sunset
11:58 p.m. CDT High tide 1.98 Feet
Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009
12:35 a.m. CDT New moon
6:52 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:18 a.m. CDT Moonrise
k 0 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.13 Feet1 .~m C Sne
6:13 p.m. CDT Suonset


Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009
1:04 a.m, CDT Low tide 0.96 Feet
4:05 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:49 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:06 a.m. CDT High tide 1.34 Feet
1:i47 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.00 Feet
4:32 p.in. CDT Moonset
6:16 p.m. CDT Sunset
9:03 p.m. CDT High tide 1.28 Feet
Friday, Oct. 16, 2009
2:40 a.tn. CDT Low tide 0.74 Feet
5:09 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:50 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:48 a.m. CDT High tide 1.17 Feet
19p~m CD Lw tide 1.07 Feet

7:9pm. et Hgtide 1.47 Feet
Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009
4 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.52 Feet
6:13 a.m. CDT Moon rise '
6:50 a.m. CDT Sunrise


5:39 p.m. CDT Moon set

7:4p~m et Hgtide 1.67 Feet
Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009

6:51 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:17 a.m. CDT Moonrise
6:12 p.m, CDT Sunset
6:17 p.m. CDT Moon set
8:17 p~m. CDT High tide 1.'81 Feet














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MILTON 38, NAVARRE 7




Panthers pounce on Raiders


HURLEY MANNING STADIUM


























Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRINO | Press Gazette
Hurley Ma6nning, center, is congratulated ~by his former players, including Pace Assistant Principal Danny Rutherford,
right, during Friday night's dinner ceremony.



.Ml 011 Sta 11m rename


Mayor: Former
coach 'an inspiration
to all of his students
By MATHEW PELLEGRINO .A
mgellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Fridaynigh's game against
Navarre could not have come at
a better time for Milton. The two
teams were county rivals, and what
better way to end the first half than -
with a field dedication to the coach that -
helped bring the Panthers to their only
two state titles in the school's history?
Hurley Manning stands with his wife, Shirley, and other family members
See FlELD Al during the halftime show.


VERNOIN 20, JAY 13


Vernon stmngs Jay on homecoming


with a field goal with 1:06 left in
the game.
The rough first half was full
of turnovers from both teams
after they failed to hit their first
downs. The Panthers were final-
ly able to walk it down the field
after two handovers, and stuck
at the Raiders' 9-yard line with a
fourth down, Milton was forced to
punt. The kick was too wide and
no good.
Navarre~ picked up .the ball
two turnovers after the field goal
See PANTHERS Al


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegri~no@sr~pressgazette.com
The Panthers came in strong
the .second half of their game
against the Navarre Raiders on
Friday night, despite a slow first
at their newly dedicated stadi-
um.
Hurley Mlanning,. the head
coach that led the Panthers to two
state championships in 1978 and
1979, was recognized at halftime
after County Commissioner Don
S'alter and Mayor Guy Thompson
declared Oct.. 9 Hurley Manning


Day. The coach was led onto the
50-yard line at halftime to read
the new stadium name, Hurley
Manning Stadium.
Milton Head Coach Mike Mc-
Million said this was a night that
will go down in history.
"We are extremely proud of
our rich tradition we have here,"
McMillion said. "We are proud to
be sharing this night with him to-
night, and we are all proud to be,
Panthers." -
Even with the sloppy first
half, the Panthers camle through
in the end, seeing the game off


MATHEW PELLEGRINO | Press Gazette
Cody Johnson of the Panthers is brought down by Navarre
defense in the Raiders' territory Friday.


PACE 31,.ESCAMBIA 10


Pace finds



winning form

Special to the Press Gazette
: The Pace Patriots proved their metal
against Escambia High as they romped
31-10 past the' Gators, improving to 2-0 in
District 1-4A action and returning to .500
on the season.
SSpecial teams and defense led to Pace
taking a quick 21-0 lead before the Gators
could put a bite into the scoreboard.
SDavid Casey took advantage of a Gator
turnover at their own 13 to set up his 1-
yard dash to make it 7-0.
SThen the defense did it again with a
blbeked put they recovered at the Gators'
1(, setting up another short field the Patri-
ot's would take advantage of.
:Richard Carrion took a pitch ori the
third play to put Pace up 14-0 with 1:05 re-
mlaining in the first quarter following the
Gi-eg Peranich extra point.
Then Will Pharr gave the Patriots a 21-
point lead after he returned an intercep-
tion 27 yards for a touchdown.
Escambia would make it 21-7 with a l6-
yard run, but the Patriots showed the ball
control offense they were to ice the game.
U Cp 24-10, Pace would grind it out with a
2()-play drive capped off by Austin Autrey
= = :: scrd~rmtre ds u to ae
The Patriots return to action as they
look to extend their winning streak to two
t'me whe.they host Tallahassee Rick-


SCOREBOARD
lfBreeze 33, ~Rutherford 55'
Venon 20, Jay 13
qvarre 7, Milton 38
E cambia 10, Pace 31
District Standings


di~tw 1-4A District
W L
Milton 22 0 2
PieForest 2 0

cmbia 0 2


District 1-3A

r I
Pdnsdcola 2 0
Choctaw 2 0
P.p. Arnold 1 1
P.i3. Bay 1 1
West Florida 1 1
P.g. Rutherford 1 1
Gulf Breeze 0 2
Washington 0 3
District 1-A
District
W L
Freeport 4 0
South Walton A 1
'Northview 3 1
Sneads 3 1
Vernon 3 2
Bozeman 1 3
Jay C1 4
Holmes 0o.
Baker 0 5


Overcill
W L
5 0
5 1
3 3
3 2


4 1

2 3
4 1

3 3
2 3
2 3
0 5
0 6

Overall
W L
4 '1
5 1
4 1
3 .2
4 2
2 4
S3
1 4
0 6


By BILL GAMBLING
Florida Freedom Newspapers
JAY Jay High School felt
Vernon's sting in more ways
than one.
First, homecoming in north
Santa Rosa County was not the
happiest of moments following
the 20-13 loss.
Second, the Royals could
have lost senior running back
Rush Hendricks for the rest of
the season following a 49-yar~d
run to start the second quar-
ter.
Late in the. third quarter, it
was Vernon who was deep in
its own territory with the mo-
mentum going in favor of the
home-standing Royals, but
quarterback Dylan Lee hooked
up with Malcom Bell for a 36-
yard gain' on a third-and-13
from their own 10.
Seven plays later, it would
be J.J. Roche scampering the
final 19 yards to put Vernon


(4-2) up 20-13 after Cody Small
added the extra point with 9:18
remaining in the game)
From that point on, the Yel-
lowjackets' defense held Jay
and would not let them get back
the momentum they gained af-
ter the openiing drive following
intermission.
Following the .game, Jay
head coach Elijah Bell told his
athletes they have five games
to go this season, and three of
those games are at hoine, and
his team has got to be a little
better.
"We did some things that
were good, and then we did
some things that were not so
good," Bell said. "We gave them
a break on defense, and then
they made their, own break
with another touchdown.
"Now we are going to find
'out what kind of heart these
kids have got."
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Hunter Brown is tackled by Vernon senior Eric Sewell on his
way to the end zone.


Hendricks, who went down
early in the game with a Imee
injury following a horse collar
fackle at the Vernon 6 to start
the second quarter of action.
Without Hendricks, the
Royals took the opening drive


80 yards in just. seven plays,
highlighted by a 42-yard run
from Dakota Boughton to tie
the game at 13-13 with 8:50
remaining~ in the third quarter
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The Week Ahead
Jay at South Walton....:. 7 p.m
Rcard at Pace ..... ........... 73 p.m.
Gulf Breeze at Washmngton ...7 p.m.
Crestview at Milton ............. 7:30 p.m.
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Intermediate School, 1970 Cotton
Bay Lane, Navarre, or B.C.
Russell Elementary School, 3740
Excalibur Way, Milton. Race-day
registration and, packet pickup
start at 6 a.m. in the Lowe's
parking in Gulf Breeze. There
is no parking available on north -
side of bridge. Lodging specials
available ~for out-of-town guests.
11th Annual Fenner
McConnell/Matt Wantz '
Blackwvater Heritage Century
Ride: starts at 8 a.m. at the


Mlilton Community Center, 5629
Bvrom St.. Mlilton. Cost: $25
pre-registration at www.active.
coml or .535 day of event (Late
.registration \rill begin at 6:30
a ,m.I., Detail,: 850-549-3646 or
www\~~.\\fwir-pensacola.com.
Event is sponsored by
We~st Florida Wheelman. The
r-ide starts on the Blackwater
, Heritage Trail. Ride distances
are 42, 62 and 102 miles, and
include stocked rest stops,
fantastic volunteers and beautiful
Sscenlely. Registration includes
pre-ride and post-ride foodi, event
liltdsgspot n ~lT-shirt for the first 300 riders,
markedd and signed roads and nas

9th Annual Navarre Car and
Bike Show: hosted by NABOR
at Navarre High School. Entry
registration at 8 a.m., judging
at noon and awards at 4 p.m.
Public welcome 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pubhic admission is free. Entry
registration fee was $25 through
Monday, Oct. 12, and is now $30.
Details: 850-939-3870 or www.
IInavarrecarandbikeshow. comn.
Event features a host of whacky
racers, hyped-up Harleys,
collectible classics and rare
ven age auos as wel asemusi ,
for the kids. Event is a fundraiser
for Navarre High School sports
teams.

Holley Hill Pottery Gallery/
Studio Open House: 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Corner of Highway 87 and
Buckeye. Drive, Navarre. Cost:
Free. Details: 850-939-274`4 or
martyandbrenda@bellsouth.net.
The second weekend event for
the Gulf Coast Kiln Walk Society
in the Beaches to Woodlands
Tour. The Society has the largest
wood-fueled anagama kiln and

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Trains, bridge run,

Oktoberfest among

weekend events

Special to the Press Gazette
Wt1 ho doesn't enjoy a little oompahh" music,.
\//the long whistle of a train or an invigorating
Bike ride?
The Oct. 17 weekend of the Beaches to Woodlands
Tour is the busiest of the monthlong series of events.
"Trains have always fascinated me, personally,
and many others," said tour coordinator Karen
Harrell. "The Mlilton L&N Depot is marking its 100th
year celebration, and they are pulling out all the
stops."
The Centennial Celebration at the landmark
railroad museum is a two-day event featuring live
entertainment, model railroad displays, food vendors
and a children's riding train.
Family fun also is on tap at the 20th annual
Oktoberfest celebration sponsored by Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church in Gulf Breeze. German.
themed foods, children's activities, beer and wine
tents, and live entertainment with headliner Rusty
Whitfield are among weekend highlights.
Two area cycling enthusiasts will be honored
at the Femier MlcConnell/Matt Wantz Blackwater
Heritage Century Ride. Distance cyclists will enjoy
one of the most beautiful rides in the country, with
rides of 42, 6i and 102 miles, with proceeds to be
donated to Big Brothers' Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida.
Runners are alirays looking for different iristas,
and the 2nd Annual Mrediacom Garcon Point Bridge
Run for Education features a scenic 4.8-mileirace,
from one end of the Garcon Point Bridge in Milton to
the peninsula of Gulf Breeze.
Mainstreet Milton's concert series continues with
an evening of fun with local favorite Rusty Whitfield.
Also bring a lawn chair; the Gulf Islands National
Seashore Soundside Serenade at the Naval Live
baks.
Always popular is Pet Nation's Pet Halloween
Contest in Navarre and gle whacky racers, hyped-
up Harleys, collectible classics and rare vintage
autos at the 9th' Annual Navarre Car and Bike Show,
hosted by the Navarre Area Board of Realtors
(NABORj at Navarre High School. *
Another stop in Navari-e is the Holley Hill
Pottery/Gallery Open House, part of the Gulf Coast
Kiln Society, which has the largest wood-fueled
anagama kiin and the onlyl reconstr~ucted w~ood
fueled kiin froml the 19-los~ inl Flor~ida
Th~e Sw~eet Season1 FarmlS Cor~n Alaze continues
through Not 8 at the family larmn located north of
Ahiton. The lamilh-fiendly attraction has quickly
become A popullar part of' the tomI:
AJlso onigoing throughout the mionth aire tou's
of the Jay Historicall Mluseumn and the Dragoniy
G;allerv's "Sanrd to Saw~duSt" exhibit.
Andj fall is always a popullar timec at A-dvecnturres
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Oktoberfest: Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church, 4257 Gulf
Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze-
Fr~iday, 5-9 p.m., Saturday 8
a.m. to 9 p.m. Free admission-
Details: 850-934-9802 or www-
goodshepherdgulfbreeze.org-
Popular annual event includes
German food, biergarten, live
entertainment, church and
local crafters, great food and
outstanding local entertainment
(The Sawmill Band on Oct. 16),
plus rides and games for children.

Oct. 17
2nd Annual Mediticom
Garcon Point Bridge Run for
Education: Meet at Lowe's
parking lot in Gulf Breeze for bus
(last bus leaves 7:10 a.m.) to race
start at north end of the Garcon
Point Bridge in Milton. Race
starts at 7:30 a.m. Cost: $20 under
18, $25 over 18 before today, Oct.
14, and $30 on or after today.
Details: 850-380-3383 or www.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us/sref. This
scenic 4.8-mile race takes you
from one end of the Garcon Point
Bridge in Milton to the peninsula
of Gulf Breeze, across East Bay.
Packet pickup is Friday, Oct. ~
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Gulf Breeze. Cost: Free.
Details: 850-934-2634 or
www.nps.gov/guis.

Main Street Nights
Summer Concert Series:
`S. Willing River walk
Park, Downtown Milton,
6-8 p.m. Free outdoor
concert series every third
Saturday night, downtown
Milton. This concert
features the music of .
Rusty Whitfield. The
popular series features
local artists representing
a range of genres .
including rock, pop,
country, blues and folk.
Enjoy live music, fresh air
and.abeautiful view. All
~ages show. Bring a'lawn ,
chair. Details 850-626-6246
or www.mainstreetmilton.
org.

Oct. 17-18
Centennial
Celebration for L&N
'Depot: 5003 Henry St.,
Mlilton, Saturday, 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and Sun~day, 11
a=m sto" pm bt re
or www.wfrm.org. The
Centennial .Celebration
will include historic
displays from many local
'~exhibitors, including -
vintage tractors, -
turpentine tools, spinning
and quilters. Civil War
re-enactors will lie
camped on' the property.
Three different scale
model railroads will be
opeirating, and our riding
train will be available for
Sthe children. Music on
saturday will feature local
school choirs and bands.
Sunday's entertainment
Swill feature Jourdan Pace
and Rusty Whitfield.
SMeals and drinks wiill
be reasonablympriced.
Admission is free,
and The West Florida
Railroad Museum -
displays.and restored
railroad cars will open for
touring.


the only reconstructed .
wood fueled kiln from
the 1940s in the state.
Holley Hill Pottery has
been making pottery in .
Santa Rosa County for
more than 30 years using
local clays capturing the
lifestyle, scenery and
sealife of the Gulf Coast. '

Pet Nation 6th Annual
Halloween Pet Costume
Contest: 1890 Andorra
St., Navarre, 2 p~sn. Cost
Free. Contestants must
pre-register because
of the large volume of
entries. Registration
began Sep. 17 and runs
through Thursday, Oct.
S15, at 7 p.m. There are no
new entries~the day of the.
event. Register by phbnee
Sor come into store for
form. Details; 850-936-8201
or wiww.petnationiorg.
A pet-lovers' favorite


event! Categories: Dogs
Under 40 Pounds, Dogs
40 Pounds and Over, Cats,
Ferrets, Rabbits, Guinea
Pigs, Hamsters/gerbils/
rats/mice, Reptiles, Birds
and Exotic Pets. Hard-
to-dress pets or pets that
spook easily may have a
cage or carrier decorated
Sd entered with the pet'
inside! All contestants
receive a goody bag of
pet products just for
entering, and huge pet
product prize packages
are awarded for firdt,
second and thirldplace in
every category. Onlookers
are encouraged to bring a
chair and arrive early for
a good spot.
Gulf Islands National
Seashore Soundside
Ser~enade: 4-6 p.m. Naval
Live Oaks Picnic Area,
1801 Gulf Breeze Parkway


ThFOUgh Oct. 31
Dragonfly Flight
"Sand to Sawdust"
Juried Exhibit: Dragonfly
Gallery, 5188 Escambia
St, Milton. All month,
Tuesday-Saturday,
10 a.m.to 4 p.m. Free
admission, $25 for art
entry. Details: 850-981-1100
or sract~org. Tour program
pickup location.

2hiougli NOV. 8
Sweet Season Farm
Cokin IMaze: 2260 Horn
Road, Milton. Saturday,
9a.m. to 7 p.m., and
Sunday, noon to 7 p.m.
Details: 850-6`75-3828 or
850-686-5511 or www.
cornfieldmaze.com.
Tour program pickup
'location.


George Snow Hill's
1941 Post Orffice MRural
"rPulpwyood Logging"
Homecoming:_Old Post
Office Antiques, 6821:


10 a~m. tob5 p.m., and
Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
Details: 850-232-95480or
Main~StreetMilton.org.
Toui program pickup
location.
STours ofJay '
Historical Musehm:
Highway 4, Jay. Open
Friday and Saturday, 10
a.m. to 3:30 p~m. Details:
675-6480 or jmd@eree.net.
Gulf Islands National
Seashore, Naval Live
Oaks ~Visitor Center: 180i
Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf
Breeze. Details: 850-934-
2600 or www.nps.gov/guis.
Tour prograin pickup,
location.
Adventures
Unlimited. Back to
Nature Santa Rosa
County- Locate~d on
Coldwater Creek, 12
miles north of Milton.
850-623-6197 or www.
adventuresunlimited~com .


L.00 UeoOf Women

The location and
time for the League of
:Women Voters of the .
Pensacola Bay Area
:forum ort Saturday, Oct.
.17, has changed to First
Presbyterian Church, 33 E.
Gregory St., Pensacola.
The topic is the
proposed new Charter.
for the City of: Pehsacola.
Sharon Barnett, chair
of te League's Ad .
Hoc Committee oil
'Charter Revi~ew, and D~r.
Bill Haraway, former
consultant to the Charter
SCommission, will discuss .
the proposed charter. The I
program starts at 9 a. m.
For more information, call
449-1746.


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Saturday, Oct. 17, at 10
a.m.: Bike ride in Milton on
the Blackwater Heritage
Rails-to Trails Path. Meet
at the trailhead on Highway
87 North, behind the'IZ-uly
Spokin' Bicjrcle Shiop
(Stewart Street). Luitch
after the ride at a nearby
restaurant. HONCHO is
Pat Downey (cell: 974-9591).
ITuesday, Oct. 20, at 4
p.rn.: Bike ride in the Tiger
Pointe/Gulf Breeze area.
Meet at the Gulf Islands ~
National Seashore Visitors
denter on Highway 98'
in Gulf Breeze. Supper
after the ride at a nearby `
restaurant.HONCHO is
Nancy Fremgen (cell: 850
377-4676).


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SLester D. and LuJean (Dykes) Black celebrated
`50 years of marriage on September 1, 2009. Their
~children, Karen (Black) Spayd, Lester Black, Jr.,
~11FSandra (Black) Lassiter, and Chris Black will be
hosting a celebration at Cobbtown Holiness Church
1P on Saturday, October .17 at 4 p.m. All friends and
family are invited to attend. Directions from l/Iilton:
Taike Highway 89 to Jay, turn right onto Highway 164
(G~reenwood Road). Church is ~2.5 miles on left. If
coming from Jay take Highway 89 to M~ilton and turn
)t; left onto Highway 164 (G~reenwood Road). Address is
4700 Greenwood Road.

$s Far left, Lester and Lulean Black on their wedding
day 50 Years Ago. At left, a current photo of the
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,Written by Brenda Gabbert
.T he 20th Annual Peanut
l.Festival was a great suc-
c ~ess. .It was held Saturday,
) ct. 3 and Sunday, Oct. 4 on
t he Gabbert Farm.
,-Saturday brought thou-
sands to the farm where
everyone was having a very
good time. Sunday brought
Some rain, which thinned
the crowds out in the early
afternoon, but it didn't keep
the Pet Dress-Up Parade &
Contest from happening at
2 p.m.
Winners of the Saturday
Pig Chase were Ryan Bar-
row of the 4 to 6 year-old
Group; Ryan Pendalton of
the 4 to 6 year-old Group (2);
Christian Allen of the 7 to 9
year-old Group, Ashleigh
Panko of the 7 to 9 year-old.
Group (2); Blake: Moore of
the 10 to 12 year-old Group;
and Casey Robere's in the
10 to 12 year-old Group (2).
Winners of the. Pet
Dress-Up & Contest were
1st place Debbie Pow-
ell and her Boston Ter-
rier; 2nd place Sharon
Mleharg and her Chihua-
hua (Angel); 3rd Place -
Stephanie Arnold and her
dog (Rooster), a Silky Ter-
rier;. and Honorable Men-
tion - R.C. Smith and his


Photos special to THE PRESS GAZETTE
Pet dress-up contest winners show off their friends.
Above left, kids chase a pig shortly after the event
begins. Below left, one of the gospel groups, Watch
& Pray, performs. Below, Reverend Earl Greene con-
ductedl the ~Sunday Morning Worship Service at the
Festival'.


Chihuahua (Rambo).
Thanks go to Escama-
bia River Electric Coop-
erative for the trolley and
drivers.. Thanks go to the
entertainers who came.
Thanks go to the Callo-
ways for being in charge
of the entertainment and
to Mr. Henry Botts for be-
ing the Emcee. Mr. Botts


will be 90~ years old next
year. And a big thanks go
to Jimmy Lassiter and
his family group, Watch
& Pray for filling in for
Others who did not come.
Thanks go to all our work-
ers; atd for Reverend Earl
Greene, who has come for
many years to lead us in
Christian Worship on Sun-


day mornings during the
festival. And we thank all
our guests for coming and
hope you all had a great
time! Thank you vendors!
We thank God, most of all,
for such a pretty week-
end! -The rain was not
that bad on Sunday, and
it was just perfect on Sat-
urday. Thanks also go to
Cat Country, WXBM, and
the. Pelican. We were so
honored to be part of the
\Beaches to Woodlands
Tour.
And remember, the
parking on~ the Gabbert
Farm, admission, enter-
tainment, contests, and
Horse Show is free.


We hope everyone wiill
come back next' year and
visit us. ~Thanks to all of
you.
Here are some scenes
from the Peanut Festival
and pictures of the win-


ners of the Pig Chase and
Pet Dress-Up Parade (6
Contest. The little boyr
dancing to, the music of
Watch & Pr~ay is Phillip
Parker of Milton, who is 2
years old.


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Special to the Press Gazette
United Way of Santa
Rosa' County (UWSRC)
celebrated its 5"' Annual
Day of Caring on Thursday,
October 8. This volunteer
day matches businesses,
churches and civic groups
with community projects
for nonprofits in the area.
Through team involvement,
volunteers are able to as-
sist an agency or neighbor
in need with a project that
would not normally be
completed for lack of mon-
ey and manpower. Projects
included. facility cleanup,
yard cleanup, craft proj-
ects, supplies relocation,
painting home interiors,
andl building wheelchair
ramps, all to benefit locals
across the county.
Seven projects were
completed~ on October
8, while 10 others will be`
completed throughout the.
month of October. Par-
ticipating organizations
include: ARC Santa Rosa,
Betty J. Pullum YMCA,
Camp .. E-Ma-Chamee,
Camp Fire USA, City of
Milton Firefighters, Coun-
'cil on Aging, Covenant
Hospice, Gulf Power, Jay
Chamber of Commerce,
Milton High School Class of
2010, Pensacola Habitat for
Humanity, Primerica, Pub-
lix Super Markets, .Santa
Rosa Kids House, Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice, Taminco, Target, WH
R~hodes Elementary School
and Woodbine United Meth-


Clockwise from top left, Publix employees pose for a photo, while volunteering to help- beau-
tify the YMCA grounds. The Gulf Power Team enjoys a day of service at the ARC Santa Rcisa.
United Way board members prepare breakfast for Day of Caring volunteers.


odist Church.
"Day of Caring exem-
plifies LIVING UNITED
when we come together to'
complete meaningful ser-
vice projects," said Mari- s
anne Back, Day of Caring
coordinator. "We want
our volunteers to -not only
wear our LIVE UNITED
t-shirts, but to truly LIVE
UNITED through their
service. When you build
a team of committed vol-
unteers within your eqm-
pany to service, you show


a spirit of compassion and
unity to your customer
that reflects in the mission
of your company." *
Abreakfast rallywill take
place at the Milton Commu-
nity Center on October 8th
at T a~m. UWSRC's board
of directors and Publix
SuperMarkets store man-
agers, including district
manager Ed Betts, served
breakfast to attendees.
Following the rally, the vol-
unteers disbursed through-
out the county to complete'


their projects and make shirt sponsors include: Cat Home Mlaintenance, Santa
an impact. Special thanks -Country 98.7, CH2MHill, Rosa Medical Center, San-
to Publix Super Markets Covenant Hospice, Gulf ta Rosa County Sheriff~'s
Charities for providing the Power, Insight Marketing Office, Taminco, United
breakfast and Pittman's Solutions, L3 Communica- Bank, Wachovia Bank.
Cash & Carry of Pea Ridge tions, Mediacom, PenAir For more information,
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ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.:
2009-CI280
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLIFFORD M.
ENFINGER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
LQgS
The administration of
the estate of CLIFFORD
M. ENFINGER, de-
ceased, with the case
number indicated
above, is pending in
the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County,~
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
wine~isS 6865 MiW
Florida 32570. The
narne and address of
the personal represent-
ative and of the per-
sonal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.
AiI creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE ,OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.-
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against the
decedent's :estate, in-
cluding .unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
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100709
101409
102109
102809
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ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
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File No. 57'20009 CP
214 .
IN RE: ESTATE OF DA-
VID WILLIAM NICH-
t)LS, JR., a/ka DAVID
W. NICHOLS, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
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The administration of
the estate of David Wil-
liam Nichols, Jr. ~a/ka
David W. Nichols, Jr.,
deceased, whose date
of death was March 18,
2009; is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division; File
Number 57 2009 CP
214; the address of
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Angela N. Warren, Es-
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Some pets allowed.
626-2606


6160
MIlton
$75 week. Lease &
dep. Incl. WD & A/C
plus all utilities. Use of
entire house. Joseph
981-7191 or 417-2100
Milton or Pace.
$75. week
(incl. cable/phone)
(850) 501-0877


6170
Quiet park by Whlting
Field; 2bd/2ba $545
plus dep. or 2bd/1ba
$350 plus dep. Sewer
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pets. Non-smoking en-
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Also lot rental for $225
per month. .
626-1552

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October 14,
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Florida B(
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Attorney ft
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517 East
Street
Pescola,

Telephone
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Personal
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102109


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$425. Blumac Realty
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675-6614
Jay / Milton / Pace
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33850 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



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INTERNAL REVENUE
SERVICE` PUBLic
AUCTION SALE
Date of Sale: October
27, 2009, 1:00 ~p.m.
Regig rtion beginning
Cociation: Santa rhoossa
6865 Caroline Street,
Room 224, Milton, FL

Prprty Offered: Real
property located at
7905 S. Airport Road'
1, FeL identification
Number 061N270)00000
8010000
Under the authority in
IRC Section 6331,. the
property described
above has been seized
for non payment of
taxes due from Rich-

McGre t, J I~ry Th
property will be sold at
public auction as pro-
vided in IRC Section
63 5 and ente rgh
title and interest of
Richard M. & Mary K.
McGrew, Jr. inil and t

feredp fre alw. T enty
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amount must be paid
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eoeretNovem ero 1 ,
2009. All payments
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