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75 cents Saturday, November 26, 2011 Gazette Santa Rosas Press Find breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com Tweet us @srpressgazette and friend us on facebook.com By Bill Gamblin news@srpressgazette.com The Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioners will meet Wednesday afternoon to discuss incentives for a company looking at the building currently occupied by Clearwire. The prospect, dubbed Project Vortex by TEAM Santa Rosa, learned about the buildings availability through press reports as Clearwires future was discussed in the media. Project Vortex involves approximately 700 jobs in the tech support/call center service industry. Santa Rosa County is the only location in Florida the company is looking at, but according to Ildi Hosman, public relations director and media specialist for TEAM, there is a small handful of other sites being considered. This company is looking to get started in early 2012, Hosman said. They actually contacted Cindy Anderson at home when they learned about the building and were here to meet with TEAM and other representatives the next week. According to sources close to the Press Gazette, representatives from Clearwire were included in the meetings as both companies talked and discussed the training and knowledge of the workforce in the area necessary to ll the jobs. The commissioners will discuss on the possible inclusion of Super Quali ed Target Industry funding as part of an incentive package at 4:30 p.m. The proposed 700 jobs involved in Project Vortex would pay slightly below the average wage. The Clearwire building, which is owned by Terhaar and Cronley, still remains the subject of a $5 million lawsuit brought forth by the Pensacola owners of the building, who are also members of TEAM Santa Rosas board. It is unknown if Project Vortex selects the Santa Rosa County Industrial Park site or how it could affect the lawsuit brought by Terhaar and Cronley. Terhaar and Cronley led their lawsuit in September. To see frequently asked questions on TEAM, see Page A3 Clearwire could have tenant By Mathew Pellegrino mpellegrino@srpressgazette. com Sometimes success has a price. For the children at Avalon Middle School, winning a can drive put on by The Anchor Club by collecting nearly 1,400 canned goods won them entertainment for their lunch period and the embarrassment of their educators. The entertainment included watching their teachers kiss a pig, watching employees pie each other in the face and watching their own principal, David Sigurnjak, eat dog food with just a touch of hot sauce. The celebration was part of a canned drive, turned into a competition by each lunch period at the school. The canned drive started Nov. 9 and was held for approximately seven days. Each lunch period was given awards based on the number of canned foods they were able to bring in: 100 canned items: Teachers will dress funny for the day. 200 items: Teachers must dye their hair. 300 items: Teachers will kiss a pig. 400 items: Teachers will get pied in the face. 500 items: Teachers either eat dog food, or male teachers will shave their legs. To save the embarrassment of girly legs, some employees opted out to shave their head instead. But through all the embarrassment, students had the pleasure of knowing they were helping feed families during Thanksgiving. A large majority of the donated foods went to Manna Food Banks, and a small portion went to help ve needy children in the school who were less fortunate this holiday. Tabitha Kosmas who helped coordinate the event said ve children were hand-selected, and Avalons The Anchor Club supplied the families with a free turkey. Each of the three lunch groups was awarded with the presentation because of their dedication to the canned food drive. By Mathew Pellegrino mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com A month ago, parents of students at Jay Elementary had a surprise when the school handed out bracelets that contained images of half naked women underneath the fabric as part of a reward for students. The rewards were handed out as incentives for good behavior and academic success. The news shook the small town, and word of the bracelets eventually reached the small town of Sun Prairie, Wis., home of the of ces of Stuart Anders, the inventor of the original Slap Wrap bracelet. Anders heard about the story and decided to send 200 of his bracelets to students at the school for free along with a message of encouragement for them to reach for their goals. The slap bracelets were expected to reach the school Thursday, according to a release from Anders of ce. Anders, who came up with the slap bracelet concept in 1983, said he was upset when he heard the news about the grotesque mistake. As the original inventor of the Slap Wraps toy and as a former school teacher, I felt compelled to step in and make right the situation, Anders said. The gesture from Anders was more than Jay Elementary School principal Danny Carnley could have expected when he heard the news. I never expected a call like this from the inventor of the toys, Carnley said. Its so nice that he wants to do this for our students. Anders said the bracelets the school originally received were knock-offs of his original invention that went to markets in the 80s. Im thrilled they are still popular, but very disappointed that the kids at Jay Elementary received such a poor example of this toy. Its just one of the many knockoff products that are available for sale, Anders said. Its a shame when that happens. Anders said he hopes the bracelets give students enjoyment, and he placed a message of hope in the form of a letter to each student who receives the bracelet. I hadnt planned on being an inventor. It just happened when I followed my instincts and my heart. I wish the same for all of these students, Anders said. By Bill Gamblin news@srpressgazette.com Numerous of cers responded to Green Rowell Road in Jay Sunday afternoon following a call that a shot had been red. Arrested in connection with the incident was Ellis Scott Hoomes, 42, who was charged with two counts of simple assault, one count of assault on a person 65 or older, battery on a person 65 or older, and burglary with assault or battery, all of which are domestic violence-related charges. Hoomes remains lodged in the Santa Rosa County Jail with his bond set at $10,000. According to Hoomes arrest report, there had been an ongoing family dispute regarding an easement into the property owned by Hoomes sister. When of cers questioned Hoomes, he said he had gotten into an argument with someone about a gate that blocked access to the easement, went into the house to retrieve the ri e and shot it into the ground. Hoomes told the of cer it helped him relieve stress. During the investigation, according to the report, a second deputy who responded to the scene advised that Hoomes had reached into a persons vehicle, grabbed the front of his shirt and ripped it. Hoomes admitted to reaching into the vehicle and grabbing the shirt of the driver. After that, Hoomes said he got the ri e from him home and drove his mule, an ATV, to the property line separating his and his sisters property. The report went on to state that Hoomes parked the ATV across the road, thus blocking the path of the person he got into an argument with, and later shot the ri e, but it did not indicate what direction or location the ri e was red. Hoomes told of cers he also wanted to pursue charges against his sister and her husband, who started arguing with him as he left and reportedly pulled a knife on him. Hoomes brother-in-law said he heard four or ve shots while walking in the woods, according to the report. Then he heard his wife calling for him. When Hoomes sister and her husband went to leave their home, Hoomes reportedly came charging at their truck and yelling about the gate. According to the arrest report, the brother-in-law put his hand on the hilt of his knife, at which time Hoomes picked up a large chain and began advancing toward them with the chain raised above his head. Both told of cers they feared for their safety when Hoomes was advancing on them. No charges were led against Hoomes brother-inlaw. Jay man arrested after ring gun ELLIS SCOTT HOOMES Jay students reimbursed for inappropriate prizes Canned drive turns into competition P hotos by MATHEW PELLEGRINO | Press Gazette John Viveiros chose to get his head shaved instead of his legs to reward students who helped make the Avalon Middle School canned food drive a success. Inset: Lindsay Holladay works her magic on Prince Charming the pig at the canned food drive on Friday. Before preparing for his dog food delight, Avalon Middle School principal David Sigurnjak piles on some hot sauce. VOLLEYBALL: HOW THE WEST WON THE ALL-STAR GAME SPORTS, A12 Speak Out Let Santa Rosans know what you think Inside | Page A2 srpressgazette.com 623-5887 Speak Out ..................................... A2 Sudoku .......................................... A2 Opinion ........................................ A8 Sports ............................................ A12 Lifestyle ........................................ 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Circulation Jim Fletcher 850-623-2120 Want to subscribe? 850-623-2120 To buy back issues 850-623-2120 To place a classied ad 850-623-2120 To buy a display ad Debbie Coon 850-623-2120 To buy a photograph 850-623-2120 I nternet www.srpressgazette.com O fce H ours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday To get news in the paper Bill Gamblin 850-623-2120 or 850-377-4611 E-mail : news@srpressgazette.com Short items: news@srpressgazette.com Church News: church@srpressgazette.com Weddings, engagements and anniversaries: news@srpressgazette.com Sports: sports@srpressgazette.com COUN T Y GOVERNMEN T COUNTY COMMISSION District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-williamson@santarosa..gov District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road, Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-cole@santarosa..gov District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-salter@santarosa..gov District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is commmelvin@santarosa..gov District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-lynchard@santarosa..gov The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in committee at 9 a.m. Mondays 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 reach their ofces.S T A T E GOVERNMEN T Rep. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 9165436. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@myoridahouse. gov Sen. Greg Evers: 5334 Willing St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5550. E-mail is Evers.Greg. SO2@senate.gov Gov. Rick Scott: PLO5 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 4884441. E-mail is _governor@myorida.comFE D ERAL GOVERNMEN T HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is 479-1183; D.C. Ofce phone (202) 225-4136. Pensacola ofce address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866367-1614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.gov SENATE Sen. Marco Rubio: B40A Dirksen Senate Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-3041; fax 202-228-0285. Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Ofce Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224-5274; fax 202-224-8022 Website: http://billnelson.senate.gov WHITE HOUSE President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@ whitehouse.gov Vice President Joe Biden: Ofce of the Vice President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414. Elected OFFICIALSSCHOOL GOVERNMEN T SCHOOL BOARD Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa. k12..us District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.k12. .us District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santarosa. k12..us District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santarosa. k12..us District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mai.santarosa. k12..us District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santarosa.k12. .us The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St., in Milton. The Santa Rosa School Board phone is 983-5000.CI T Y GOVERNMEN T Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719 Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zimmern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin Buz Eddy Special to the Press Gazette The lines between Black Friday and Cyber Monday seem to be getting blurred. The National Retail Federa tion estimates that nearly one-quarter of shoppers plan to keep track of Black Friday deals by seeking out coupon websites and nearly a third plan to track coupons retailers email directly to them. And social media will play a large role this shop ping season with nearly onethird of shoppers planning to check out retailers Face book pages. InMobis Holiday Mobile Shopping Study estimates that 60 million mobile users plan to shop on their devic es, with 21 million planning to make purchases directly from their handset. Even more amazing is that 15 percent of shoppers plan to make a purchase on their mobile device while in a store. Whether in the store or online, BBB offers advice to help you with your holiday shopping: B udget your shopping money and stick to it. Avoid impulse buys. L ook for the details on every sale and understand the specics. A dvertising can be tricky; dont get stuck paying more for an item than you expect ed. C redit card offers from a store will offer a discount on your purchase but may also carry high interest rates. K eep all receipts and warranty information for each item purchased. F raudulent charges are easier to x if you pay with a credit card than a debit card. R eturn policies differ with every store. Make sure you know the conditions for returns and exchanges, in cluding whether restocking fees are charged. I f you purchase a gift card, look for hidden terms that can decrease its value. D ont leave your wallet, credit card or purse on a counter or in an unattended shopping cart. A sk for a store manager if any advertised offer does not match the price listed on an item. Y elling at store employ ees and other customers wont make the lines short er. Credit cards provide the most protection if someone steals the credit card num ber or if you dont receive an ordered item. Keep an eye on your statements to detect suspicious or fraudulent ac tivity. You, the customer, are responsible for knowing and understanding each online retailers return/exchange policy. Ensure youve installed most recent updates for spam lters, anti-virus, antispyware and rewalls. Read the sites privacy policy to learn what personal information is collected and how it will be used. Make a le to keep copies of all purchase conrmation web pages and emails for future reference and as a re cord of the purchase. Only shop on trustworthy sites; look for the BBB seal and other widely-recognized trustmarks. Never wire money to pay for a transaction and when on sites like Craigslist, only shop locally. Delete phishing emails such as those claiming a problem with an order or ac count in an attempt to lure the buyer into revealing nancial information. You are your best protec tion! Make sure your online purchase is secure by look ing for the s (https://) in the URL and the lock sym bol in the lower-right corner before paying. For additional informa tion and advice you can trust this holiday season, start with bbb.org. Please provide a color photograph if possible. All information must be typed. Wednesdays paper please submit by Friday at 3pm. Saturdays paper submit by Wednesday at noon Gun Show December 3rd & 4th Ft. Walton Beach Ft. Walton Beach Fairgrounds Fairgrounds 2042060 Sat 9 -5 Sun 10-4 C o n c e a l e d W e a p o n s C l a s s S a t / S u n 1 1 o r 2 Floridagunshows.com FREE PARKING BBB encourages smart shopping on holidays Speak OUT www. Sudoku-Puzzles .net Sudoku, Kakuro & Futoshiki Puzzles Sudoku 9x9 Very hard (138186431) 2 4 8 8 3 9 6 1 7 4 9 3 1 7 5 7 6 1 3 5 8 2 2 4 9 www.sudoku-puzzles.net Solution: www.sudoku-puzzles.net SOLUTION FIND US ONLINE Check out Santa Rosa Press Gazette on Facebook, or tweet us @srpressgazette If you have a short comment you would like to make, call the Speak Out line at 623-5887.M onday, 8:02 p.m. If you think this is an attack, I am sorry. For the love of God, if police officers can start enforcing the speed limit on Dogwood Drive north of the Circle K. There are people driving 80 and 90 miles an hour down that road all the time. I can see you sit across the street under the Oak Tree, but that is not giving out tickets. Thank you, this is Monica.M onday, 4:28 p.m. Hello, I remember in the 80s when Scratch Ankle was for non-profit organizations. My group of folks helped raise money to benefit students. It was held on Stewart Street and was always successful. Thanks Barbara.M onday, 3 p.m. To the people who dont do anything to make their community beautiful for Christmas, to criticize the lights downtown is absolutely ludicrous and, finally, on the letter to the editor on downtown business, I too really liked it and would have liked it more if it was remotely accurate.M onday 1:45 p.m. Also, I hope you can do a story on the poor condition that our historic Bagdad Cemetery is in. It is terrible! Grass is about knee high all over the cemetery.M onday 12:30 p.m. I wonder if the Press Gazette can do a story on all the vacant/abandoned dilapidated houses through out SRC and find out why our county code enforcement office isnt doing anything about it by forcing the owners to shape the structure up or bulldoze it down. Especially the old Milton Animal Clinic and the old Discount Auto Parts there at Avalon Boulevard and Highway 90. These are eyesores for our wonderful county and this is why no large businesses want to bring their business to the area, because of all the dilapidated eyesores. S unday, 7:04 p.m. I cant believe that the commissioners of Santa Rosa County are allowing the re chief of the Avalon-Mulat Fire District to use the county owned re chiefs vehicle and county owned gas to move his daughter and her kids from the Avalon area to Bagdad. Thats what UHauls and Penskes are for, not county owned re vehicles. Next thing you know, the FBI will be coming back investigating as to why county commissioners are allowing this to happen. This is your tax dollars at work people! Editors note: We have to question if the chief was on call or not. If he was on call, he would need his vehicle if a fire broke out.

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A3 Saturday, November 26, 2011 What is TEAM Santa Rosa? TEAM Santa Rosa (fre quently referred to simply as TEAM) is a not-forprot (501(c)6) that facili tates economic develop ment in Santa Rosa Coun ty. Is TEAM a part of Santa Rosa County government? No. TEAM Santa Rosa is a contractor to the coun ty, and the employees of TEAM are not county em ployees. How is TEAM funded? There are three main sources of funds. Santa Rosa County provides $413,000 for operations and makes $50,000 available an nually for marketing proj ects. Privately owned com panies and municipalities invested more than $50,000 in the 2010-2011 scal year. TEAM writes many grants, and in the last three years $2,057,100 in grants have been awarded. How does the funding of ED operations (exclusive of capital) impact the SRC County budget? In FY 2011-2012, TEAMs operating budget of $413,000 will be approximately 0.4 percent of the SRC County budget. Could grant funding cover TEAMs operating costs in stead of the County funding TEAM? The grants received are seldom useable for op erating expenses. Rather, grants are intended for new capital projects for the county, TEAM or for new industries. Grants are intended to cycle back into the local economy. Exam ples include funds for new rail spurs, state tax refunds to new and growing indus tries, funds for specialized marketing initiatives that would not normally be in the budget, new water lines, upgrading of gas distribu tion, and similar projects. Does TEAM only write grants for itself and the County? No. TEAM also writes grants jointly with indus tries that fund things like training, tax refunds, clos ing funds and similar indus try-based incentives. These grants are in addition to the $2 million in grants noted above that were awarded over the last three years. What amount in grant dollars has TEAM acquired that has gone back into our economy? Over the past three years, TEAM has applied for 17 grants and been awarded 11. This equals in excess of $2 million that has come to our commu nity from afar. Why worry about do ing economic development (ED)? Every county, every state and some municipali ties are all competing for the very few industries that are looking to grow and/or relocate. If there isnt an entity to facilitate ED, that community may be over looked. What is an industry? An industry is any busi ness that sells 50 percent or more of its goods or services outside of a given area. For the state of Flor ida, that area is considered outside the state, for Santa Rosa County (SRC), it is outside our region (Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Es cambia counties). Why focus primarily on industries and not retail and service businesses? By selling their goods/ services outside the region, industries generate money for the local economy. We often illustrate the concept by comparing the industry versus retail focus to a typi cal household checkbook. Think of depositing money into a checking account, as opposed to withdrawing funds from it. Retail and service industries typically do not bring new money into an area. In fact, retail stores that are not locally owned send local money out of our region to the companys home ofce. Without industry, there are no deposits into our econo my, consequently yielding an unhealthy economy. Our work can often focus on bringing the retail home of ce to Santa Rosa County. This would, in turn, make deposits into the Santa Rosa checkbook. Who pays for economic development tasks? Counties carry out eco nomic development in various ways throughout the state. Some counties operate ED solely through public dollars, while some function totally with private dollars. TEAM is a publicprivate partnership. This means that in Santa Rosa County, the local govern ment and private business es both contribute to the economic development ef fort. Statewide, this model is the more prevalent type of organization. Does TEAM buy and sell land? No. TEAM may recom mend to the Board of Coun ty Commissioners (BOCC) that they buy land, and TEAM will work with poten tial buyers of county-owned industrial property. Howev er, the transaction (buying or selling) ultimately lies with the county and with the property owner. If TEAM writes the grants, does it actually buy the property? No. The funds go direct ly to the County where the land is selected by working with the planning depart ment and the countys joint land use plan. Then the land or its development rights is negotiated and purchased by the County through the County Attorneys Ofce. Many questions have arisen from the purchase of the Pullum Property. What was TEAMs role in this transaction? The Commission had charged TEAM with mak ing recommendations to the commission that would allow Santa Rosa County to be more competitive in economic development. Several recommendations had and have been made, one of those recommenda tions was to purchase all or a portion of the industrially zoned land at the intersec tion of Interstate 10 and Highway 87. The County ultimately purchased ap proximately 90 acres of the property. So what are the plans with that property? TEAM has already be gun to market the public and privately owned prop erty at this same intersec tion as the Northwest Flor ida Industrial Park at I-10. We anticipate this being a prime location for logistic companies. Does TEAM develop coun ty owned industrial land? No. TEAM works with the county to make the property as near to build able as possible (i.e., infra structure to the site, tree mitigation, environmental work, storm water man agement). Does TEAM have incen tives for new and/or ex panding industries? No. TEAM is the facilita tor for local, state, regional and federal incentives and grants. TEAM is required to be knowledgeable on the various tools associat ed with ED. This includes incentives for recruitment, incentives for growth, grants, funds for training, electric tax refunds, busi ness tax refunds, and land discounts. What are the targeted industries in Santa Rosa County? Aerospace/defense, logistics, human perfor mance, renewable energy and information technol ogy. If an industry comes to TEAM for assistance and is not a targeted industry, do you help them? Yes. TEAM works with all industries looking at SRC, however, when we are developing marketing plans, we focus on the tar geted industries. What does TEAM do re gionally? It depends on the effort, event, or project. TEAM has partnered with Es cambia County, Okaloosa County, Floridas Great Northwest, state of Florida, and federal Economic De velopment Administration, all of which provide a vari ety of different advantages to Santa Rosa County. What types of services do you offer industries look ing at coming to or growing in Santa Rosa County? As examples: TEAM is the facilitator of local, state and federal incentives and grants for both new and growing industries. TEAM is also responsible for making recommenda tions to the BOCC to place our county in a more com petitive position with more amenities to offer new and growing industries. For example, one tool that is not offered by most coun ties in Florida is expedited regulation and permitting review. Local and state regulators work with us to ensure that our industries get fast, yet thorough, at tention. TEAM also acts as the clearing house for services needed by our in dustries such as workforce development, curriculum development of specic skill sets, business plan ning and nancing. What are TEAMs tan gible assets? Assets consist of tech nology equipment and fur niture. TEAM SANTA ROSA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Local A4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 Photos and story by Mathew Pellegrino mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com The Milton Garden Club held its rst bake sale of the of cial gardening year on Saturday, Nov. 19, to raise money that they will use to help beautify parts of Milton. The bake sale/holiday sale was put on by Milton Garden Club members to raise money for the particular ward that they help green up throughout the year. The three groups include Morning Glory Circle, Dogwood Circle and Sarracenia Circle. The Milton Garden Club was formed in 1948. The Milton club decided to institute holiday items in with their brownies, cakes and cookies to help make it easier for those who are still holiday shopping this year. We thought it would be good for people to get things for the holidays instead of baking things themselves, said Lynn Wixon with the Milton Garden Club. The Milton Garden Club circles will take the money they raised and put it toward projects in their wards to help spruce up Milton. Our people have put forth a lot of effort into this and care, Wixon said. This will help us raise money to continue to do these projects in the community. The bake sale drew in almost 100 people throughout the day. Milton Garden Club holds bake sale with their brownies, cakes

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Local A6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 Special to the Press Gazette The Florida Bar, the states guardian for the in tegrity of the legal profes sion, announces that the Florida Supreme Court in re cent court orders disciplined 24 attorneys, disbarring 12 and suspending 10. Some re ceived more than one form of discipline. Two attorneys were placed on probation; two attorneys were publicly reprimanded and two were ordered to pay restitution. As an ofcial arm of the Florida Supreme Court, The Florida Bar and its Depart ment of Lawyer Regulation are charged with administer ing a statewide disciplinary system to enforce Supreme Court rules of professional conduct for the 90,000-plus lawyers admitted to practice law in Florida. Since Aug. 1, 2007, case les have been posted to attorneys individ ual Florida Bar proles and may be reviewed at and/or downloaded from The Flor ida Bars website, www.or idabar.org. Court orders are not nal until time expires to le a rehearing motion and, if led, determined. The ling of such a motion does not alter the effective date of the discipline. Disbarred law yers may not re-apply for ad mission for ve years. They are required to go through an extensive process that rejects many who apply. It includes a rigorous back ground check and retaking the bar exam. Historically, fewer than 5 percent of dis barred lawyers seek read mission. Paul Francis Angueira, 1808 NW 126th Ave, Pem broke Pines, disbarred ef fective immediately, follow ing an Aug. 25 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1997) Further, Angueira shall pay restitution of more than $11,000 to two clients. In several instances, Angueira misappropriated and mis used client funds. (Case No. SC11-92) Leon Menas Boyajan II, 2303 Highway 44 W., In verness, suspended for 10 days, effective 30 days from a Sept. 20 court order. Fur ther, upon reinstatement, Boyajan is placed on proba tion for one year. (Admitted to practice: 1983) Boyajan engaged in a pattern of mis conduct in which he missed hearings, ignored requests for documents required by the court and disregarded court orders. (Case No. SC11-641) John Patrick Clement, 500 Marbella Circle, North Palm Beach, suspended un til further order, effective 30 days from an Aug. 24 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1999) After a DUI arrest in March 2010, Clement was adjudicated guilty in court and on the recommendation of a grievance committee, entered into a three-year rehabilitation contract with Florida Lawyers Assistance Inc. Clement failed to com ply with the terms of his FLA contract. He also failed to comply with the conditions of a November 2008 suspen sion order by holding him self out as eligible to practice law. (Case No. SC11-962) Todd Corey Deratany, 503 5th Ave., Suite 102, Indialan tic, permanently disbarred effective immediately, fol lowing a Sept. 13 court order. (Admitted to practice: 2007) Deratany failed to comply with the terms of a March 14 suspension order. In May, Deratany was disbarred for 10 years. He is the subject of numerous disciplinary viola tions. In several instances, Deratany failed to maintain adequate communication with his clients and in one civil matter, he failed to ap pear for a trial and did not notify the court or his client regarding his conict with a pending criminal case. De ratany also made disparag ing remarks about another defense attorney during a recorded conversation with an incarcerated former cli ent. (Case No. SC11-976) Thomas W. Dvorak, 633 S. Andrews Ave., Suite 402, Fort Lauderdale, suspended for one year, following an Aug. 25 court order. The suspen sion shall run consecutive to the one-year suspension ordered in June 2010 and is effective retroactive to July 24, 2011. Further, as a condi tion of his eligibility to apply for reinstatement, Dvorak shall pay restitution totaling approximately $125,000 to clients in both cases and en ter into an agreement with Florida Lawyers Assistance Inc. (Admitted to practice: 2002) Dvorak is the subject of seven Bar investigations. Af ter collecting legal fees from several clients in mortgage loan modications and real estate foreclosure defense cases, Dvorak failed to keep the clients informed of their cases, failed to competently and diligently represent them and failed to communi cate with them. He took little or no action in their cases. (Case No. SC11-1499) Timothy C. Foster, P.O. Box 656, Stuart, disbarred, effective 30 days from a Sept. 20 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1991) Foster failed to properly supervise and dene roles for the non-lawyer employees who worked at his law ofce. He also shared legal fees paid to the company with nonlawyers. Foster used a mis leading rm name, implying that more than one attorney worked at the rm, when in fact, he was the only lawyer. The website made it appear that several attorneys in numerous states were em ployed there, when in actu ality there was one licensed lawyer that practiced in Florida only. He failed to communicate with and dili gently represent his clients, and ultimately terminated their representation while delivering their client les to another rm without advis ing them. (Case No. SC11-1719) Mark S. Gallegos, 12651 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 201, Miami, suspended for 90 days, effective 30 days from a Sept. 2 court order. Further, upon reinstatement, Gal legos is placed on probation for three years. Gallegos is further directed to enter into a contract with Florida Law yers Assistance, complete continuing legal education requirements in immigra tion law and attend ethics school. (Admitted to prac tice: 1983) Gallegos became a delinquent member of The Florida Bar in 2009. He subsequently was hired to represent clients and did not inform them of his status. In several instances, Gallegos failed to provide competent representation to clients. Additionally, he failed to rea sonably communicate with them and failed to timely respond to Bar inquiries. (Case No. SC10-2205) David Eric Hammer, 1005 N. Marion St., Tampa, dis barred, effective retroactive to Sept. 22, 2010, following an Aug. 30 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 2006) Ham mer misappropriated client trust funds for his personal use. (Case No. SC10-2029) Mary D. Hansen, 4393 S. Ridgewood Ave., Suite 1, Port Orange, suspended un til further order, effective 30 days from a Sept. 22 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1981) Hansen was found in contempt for failing to re spond to ofcial Bar inqui ries regarding a complaint. (Case No. SC11-1124) Suzanne Marie Himes, 825 N.E. 2nd St., Ocala, per manently disbarred effec tive immediately, following a Sept. 26 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1990) Himes was found in contempt for failure to comply with the conditions of her Dec. 28, 2010, disbarment. Speci cally, Himes failed to submit a sworn afdavit to the Bar listing names and addresses of all persons and entities who were furnished a copy of her disbarment order. (Case No. SC11-1439) Dwayne Bisford John son Sr., 733 Cypress Drive, Apt. A, Lake Park, disbarred effective immediately, fol lowing an Aug. 29 court or der. (Admitted to practice: 1998) Johnson was found in contempt for continuing to practice law after being sus pended. (Case No. SC11-899) Larry Elliot Klayman, 2929 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., No. 35, Washington, D.C., publicly reprimanded following an Aug. 29 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1977) Klayman agreed to submit to mediation through The Florida Bars Grievance Mediation Program after a former client led a com plaint alleging that he had failed to provide services in a criminal case for which he was paid a $25,000 retainer. After entering into a media tion agreement, Klayman failed to repay the money in full within the specied time. (Case No. SC11-247). Denise Letizia, P.O. Box 7256, Wesley Chapel, dis barred effective 30 days from an Aug. 10 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1993) Letizia engaged in dishonest conduct by using an invalid power of attorney to with draw more than $100,000 from bank accounts bearing her developmentally dis abled brothers name. She also demonstrated a pattern of misconduct regarding the representation of her broth er and in the subsequent dis ciplinary proceedings. (Case No. SC09-1308) Jane Marie Letwin, 14251 S.W. 175th St., Miami, sus pended for one year, followed by three years of probation after an Oct. 1 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1993) Letwin sent an improper and inaccurate solicitation letter to more than 900 peo ple, meant to induce them to hire her to represent them in an alleged class action law suit. (Case No. SC09-2360) James Robert Mann, 1220 16th Street, Miami, dis barred effective immediate ly, following an Aug. 12 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1997) In several instances, a Bar auditor found trust ac count irregularities because of misuse of client funds. In one case, a client gave Mann $5,000 to fund a settlement agreement. Instead of hold ing the funds in his trust account as required, Mann used the money to satisfy his own unrelated personal and business obligations. (Case No. SC10-2318) Roderick Lynn McGee, 4631 N.W. 31st. St., Fort Lau derdale, disbarred effective immediately, following an Aug. 31 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1974) McGee was sanctioned for his con tinued contempt of court. He also failed to respond to numerous ofcial Bar inqui ries. (Case No. SC11-1221)) Michael Joseph McNer ney, 796 N. Rio Vista Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, disbarred effective immediately, fol lowing a Sept. 20 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1973) McNerney pleaded guilty in court to conspiracy to com mit mail and wire fraud, a felony. (Case No. SC11-1145). William Timothy OToole, 1489 W. Palmetto Park Road, Suite 494, Boca Raton, sus pended until further order, following a July 25 court or der. (Admitted to practice: 1992) OToole is the subject of 20 Bar disciplinary mat ters. According to a petition for emergency suspension, OToole appeared to be caus ing great public harm by fail ing to properly communicate with clients and failing to diligently handle their cases. OToole allowed nonlawyers to improperly solicit clients on his behalf for loan modi cations and foreclosure de fense on a nationwide basis, despite the fact he can only practice law in Florida. He also split fees with nonlaw yers, a violation of Bar rules. (Case No. SC11-1384) John Steele Patterson, P.O. Box 130, Wauchula, sus pended for 91 days effective immediately, following a Sept. 12 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1998) Pat terson was held in contempt for failing to comply with the conditions of an April 25 sus pension order. Specically, Patterson failed to submit a sworn afdavit to the Bar listing the names and ad dresses of all persons and entities that were furnished a copy of his suspension or der. (Case No. SC11-1307) Julio Antonio Rodriguez, 15485 Eagle Nest Lane, Suite 110, Hialeah, disbarred ret roactive to July 5, following a Sept. 12 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1993) Rodri guez pleaded guilty in court to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, a felony. (SC11-1318) Scott M. Sandler, 2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Suite 402, publicly reprimanded fol lowing an Aug. 25 court or der. (Admitted to practice: 1985) Contrary to Bar rules, Sandler deposited client funds into his trust accounts that were not properly des ignated IOTA accounts. Although there was no mis handling or malfeasance, Sandler left his own fees in the same account along with the client funds for a lengthy period of time. (Case No. SC11-1530) Jeffrey Alan Schwarz, 801 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach, suspended until further order, following a Sept. 27 court order. (Ad mitted to practice: 1976) Af ter being retained for $8,500 to represent two clients on charges of drug trafcking charges, Schwarz failed to adequately represent them. Schwarz neither met nor communicated with clients while they were in custody. Schwarz also allowed a nonlawyer assistant to commu nicate with the clients fami lies and accept money for representation. The clients testied that the paralegal told them he was their law yer and they believed that he was representing them. (Case No. SC09-766) Dorothy Mae Walker, 349 S.E. 3rd St., Belle Glade, per manently disbarred effective immediately, following an Aug. 29 court order. (Admit ted to practice: 1981) Walker, who was disbarred in 1988, was found in contempt for continuing to practice law. (Case No. SC11-873) Susan Madeline Wein berg, P.O. Box 812602, Boca Raton, suspended for 91 days, effective 30 days from a Sept. 20 court order. (Ad mitted to practice: 1985) Weinberg participated in in surance fraud. Over approx imately seven years, Wein berg lled prescriptions via her physician husband for her uninsured adult daugh ter. (Case No. SC11-140) 3027117 Supreme Court disciplines 24 attorneys

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A7 Saturday, November 26, 2011 By Theresa Friday Extension Faculty-Residential Horti culture UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County One of Longfellows poems begins, Under a spreading chestnut tree, the village smithy stands. While many of us are familiar with the poem, how many have actually stood under a spreading chestnut tree? My mother speaks of seeking shade under a huge, spectacular American chestnut tree as a respite from the Alabama summer heat. Ive never seen one! Unfortunately, the American chestnut story is a sad one. Castanea dentata (American chestnut) was once a native tree that grew from southern Maine down to Alabama and Mississippi. The American chestnut was considered to be the queen of the eastern American forest. With massive, wide-spreading branches and a deep broad-rounded crown, it was known to reach a height of 100 feet. Around 1904, a fungal blight was introduced into the United States from the Orient. Commonly known as the chestnut blight, it is believed that the fungus was unintentionally introduced into America from Asian chestnut trees that were imported as nursery stock. Within 40 years the vast stands of American chestnut trees in the eastern United States were completely destroyed. Today, small trees may develop from sprouts of an American chestnut stump. However, these sprouts eventually succumb to the blight by the time they reach 20 to 25 feet in height. Since 1980, more than 500 new species of insects and mites have been identied in Florida and are considered established. Floridas list of most unwanted pests is growing, and pests in other states could spread to Florida through the movement of infested wood and wood products. One species that Florida is watching closely is the emerald ash borer. This beetle insect was rst detected in the United States in 2002. In less than a decade, it has moved from Michigan into 15 other states. To date, it has killed tens of millions of ash trees. Since there are several ash trees native to Florida, the state faces a high probability of emerald ash borer infestation. Will the ash trees go the way of the American chestnut? In order to protect Floridas forests and trees, Florida established a rewood and unprocessed wood product regulation (FAC Chapter 5B65) to prevent the introduction of unwanted wood pests and diseases into the state. This rule was developed as a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Agriculture, other states and multiple industries. The rule specically targets the movement of rewood and other untreated forest products more than 50 miles. What can you do to help? Do not transport firewood into Florida from other states or move wood from place to place within Florida. Emerald ash borer and other dangerous pests and diseases can hitchhike on firewood and infest new areas. When building a fire, use local firewood only. Burn all firewood at your campsite before you leave. Do not take any firewood home with you from a camping trip. Do not move nursery stock of known hosts from infested areas to non-infested areas. During this time of Thanksgiving, lets be thankful for our beautiful American forests. Protect our forests from exotic pests by becoming an advocate. Support Florida agriculture by informing others about the dangers of bringing pests into the Sunshine State. Theresa Friday is the Residential Horticulture Extension Agent for Santa Rosa County. The use of trade names, if used in this article, is solely for the purpose of providing specific information. It is not a guarantee, warranty, or endorsement of the product name(s) and does not signify that they are approved to the exclusion of others. For additional information about all of the county extension services and other articles of interest, visit http:// santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.PENNSYLVANIA DE P ARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AN D N ATURAL R ESOUR C ES It is very likely that the emerald ash borer will reach Florida in the years to come. This beetle likely will cause a signicant decline of ash species in both urban and natural settings. Are ash trees facing potential destruction?

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Opinion A8 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 Thomas Edison invented the incandescent bulb, the phonograph, the DC motor and other items in everyday use and became wealthy by doing so. Thomas Watson founded IBM and became rich through his companys contribution to the computation revolution. Lloyd Conover, while in the employ of Pzer, created the antibiotic tetracycline. Though Edison, Watson, Conover and Pzer became wealthy, whatever wealth they received pales in comparison with the extraordinary benets received by ordinary people. Billions of people beneted from safe and efcient lighting. Billions more were the ultimate beneciaries of the computer, and untold billions beneted from healthier lives gained from access to tetracycline. President Barack Obama, in stoking up class warfare, said, I do think at a certain point youve made enough money. This is lunacy. Andrew Carnegies steel empire produced the raw materials that built the physical infrastructure of the United States. Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft and produced software products that aided the computer revolution. But Carnegie had amassed quite a fortune long before he built Carnegie Steel Co., and Gates had quite a fortune by 1990. Had they the mind of our president, we would have lost much of their contributions, because they had already made enough money. Class warfare thrives on ignorance about the sources of income. Listening to some of the talk about income differences, one would think that theres a pile of money meant to be shared equally among Americans. Rich people got to the pile rst and greedily took an unfair share. Justice requires that they give back. Or, some people talk about unequal income distribution as if there were a dealer of dollars. The reason some people have millions or billions of dollars while others have very few is the dollar dealer is a racist, sexist, a multinationalist or just plain mean. Economic justice requires a redealing of the dollars, income redistribution or spreading the wealth, where the ill-gotten gains of the few are returned to their rightful owners. In a free society, for the most part, people with high incomes have demonstrated extraordinary ability to produce valuable services for and therefore please their fellow man. People voluntarily took money out of their pockets to purchase the products of Gates, Pzer or IBM. High incomes reect the democracy of the marketplace. The reason Gates is very wealthy is millions upon millions of people voluntarily reached into their pockets and handed over $300 or $400 for a Microsoft product. Those who think he has too much money are really registering disagreement with decisions made by millions of their fellow men. In a free society, in a signicant way income inequality reects differences in productive capacity, namely ones ability to please his fellow man. For example, I can play basketball and so can LeBron James, but would the Miami Heat pay me anything close to the $43 million they pay him? If not, why not? I think it has to do with the discriminating tastes of basketball fans who pay $100 or more to watch the game. If the Miami Heat hired me, they would have to pay fans to watch. Stubborn ignorance sees capitalism as beneting only the rich, but the evidence refutes that. The rich have always been able to afford entertainment; it was the development and marketing of radio and television that made entertainment accessible to the common man. The rich have never had the drudgery of washing and ironing clothing, beating out carpets or waxing oors. The mass production of washing machines, wash-and-wear clothing, vacuum cleaners and no-wax oors spared the common man this drudgery. At one time, only the rich could afford automobiles, telephones and computers. Now all but a small percentage of Americans enjoy these goods. The prospects are dim for a society that makes mascots out of the unproductive and condemns the productive. Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Should the rich be condemned? MINORITY VIEWPOINT We want you to share your views on the above topic(s) or any topic with other Santa Rosas Press Gazette readers. Your views are important, too. Send your letters to : LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 6629 Elva St. Milton, FL 32570 Fax: 850-623-9308 Letters must be typed and may be edited for content for to t the available space. For a letter to be published, you must sign your name and include your phone number and address so we may contact you for verication, if necessary. S HARE YOUR OPINION S Commissioner Cole, Bill talk new courthouse Pro Con BOB BILL MINORITY VIEWPOINT Walter Williams Commissioner Cole, Im glad you and your fellow commissioners are looking to the citizens to, once again, bail you out. Isnt maintaining the courthouse and other county-owned buildings part of your responsibilities as elected ofcials? Do we need a courthouse? Of course we do. I have been inside the structure and, what you call a county building, looks more like an upscale M*A*S*H unit. The only part truly clean is the entrance and the new portables you put up in back. It is not the taxpayers problem that elected ofcials let the building get in its current shape, with paint aking, mold growing and inadequate ventilation. Maybe more money should have been spent on the courthouse and less on some of those parks. I remember when property values were going up and the millage rate you maintained netted more dollars to the county, yet not a single county commissioner wanted to set money aside to help prepare for the day when the courthouse had to be replaced. I feel very condent the issues you raise are nothing new for a county that has grown by leaps and bounds since 1980, but if our leaders would have simply put aside $100,000 a year starting in 1980, we would have close to $3.1 million today. Hey, we could have bonded it ourselves with the money we would have saved up. Even at $50,000 a year we would have the $1.5 million you say we need for the rst year of bonding. The most ironic thing to me, commissioner, is that you and your fellow ofce holders signed a ve year deal with the City of Milton on the portables, knowing it was merely a Band-aid. But with the clock getting ready to strike midnight, you now want to do something, and youre looking at the taxpayers to, once again, bail you out. Unfortunately, those youre turning to have lost their jobs, fear for their jobs, have had to pay four-times as much for gasoline than before, or any one of a dozen other bad things. In short, they dont have the money. Remember the jail? It more than doubled in price and the tax citizens voted on themselves seemed like it was never going away. Many vowed to never again. The level of accountability with commissioners severely eroded after that and never really came back. I will give you a tip of the cap for having one of the lowest millage rates in the state, but even I know you cant live a champagne and caviar lifestyle on a PBR budget. I also want to take issue with where you want to build this courthouse. Now I understand you say there is no use for this particular piece of property in the industrial park, but with the addition of a courthouse (and the lawyers who would soon move their ofces to be near it) what will happen to our current inventory for industrial expansion? I might not want to locate my factory near a courthouse. And I sure as heck would not want to go to the courthouse if I feared some industrial mishap. For a group of decisionmakers, this certainly does not make a lot of sense. You talk about jurors feeding themselves. You would need to stock up on snacks with a courthouse in East Milton or pray that the golden arches are constructed pretty soon because if you feel the jurors have no place to go now, they really wouldnt have anywhere to go on that side of town. The situation we are in with the courthouse is because of a lack of leadership by prior county ofcials, and we do not see much improvement today. County government cannot continue to make mistakes and look only as far as the end of its own pointy nose. Commissioner, we do need a new courthouse, but go back to the drawing board for a location and funding. Shoot, with the way people speed and run trafc lights, they could pay for a courthouse in no time. We still think a user fee should be tacked onto every case tried at the courthouse. That fee should then go into a fund for construction of a courthouse. 1st Need: Not just what is at eye level, mold, aking paint, inadequate ventilation, etc. Safety: Hallways/ passageways/stairwells, moving about with prisoners. Jury deliberations: rest rooms, to and from jury box to deliberate; who are you beside? Can deputies really keep it safe? Why it cannot be xed up (paint and doorknobs)? If you really think this is in any form or fashion an option, then you have not been there. The days of any type of substantial refurbishing are past; even if possible, it would have to be evacuated for several years. I would gladly arrange a tour. As a juror, just think how you could enjoy a break in the courthouse caf (one of two small vending machines) and try to eat it while sitting in the spacious hallway. Remember: after all the time to get in or waiting for your name to be called you cannot run out to get lunch. Perhaps as a juror you have the opportunity to stand next to someone whose loved one is that person whom YOU, as a juror, are deliberating on. Remember: there are no separate restrooms. Repair it? No. This building for its current use is a liability and an accident waiting to happen. Where? My current feelings are in East Milton directly next door to the Sheriffs ofce. This is property the county owns, utilities are on site. The property is unlikely to have other interests of use. Access from the south end is very easy using I10 and 87S. One day, with the building of an 87N -87S connector, its location will be ideal for the western side of our county. Remember, this is a building from which we will get 50-70 more years of use. Paying for: Im a taxpaying American, I am not exempt. I know people are very angry and displeased over the current local and national economies. I have reviewed several means of paying for this facility. 1.Bonding: $1.5 million per year for 30 years with $10 million in interest. We still need a dedicated $1.5 million/year source. 2.Lease to own: Same outcome as bonding, maybe more interest. 3.L.D.S.T: One cent a. Same as you spend anytime you make purchases in Escambia helping our neighbor county with their roads, libraries, parks, etc. b. Visitors help pay c. We build facility and pay very little interest d. Paid out over a short period: 3-4 years e. Retire the 1 cent when facility is paid for. This will be a plain project with no extras and no additional projects. Bills take: T axpayers cant afford to clean up the countys messNotes from Bob Cole: Why Santa Rosa needs a new courthouseEager for courthouse? Front page of the Press Gazette on Nov. 9, the headline was Santa Rosa eager for courthouse. Oh, really? Except for government employees and lawyers, what percentage of other citizens want anything to do with a courthouse? 5 percent, maybe 10 percent? Because I did not recognize the name of the writer of this some 1,000 word article, I checked and found he was not from Santa Rosa County. Does he know the history of this subject? Any possible skullduggery here? Will we nd out? Is it possible that a new courthouse has been voted down because of the following performances by local county commissioners? New jail cost stated the architect was $12 million. Then cost went up to $15 million, then to $17 million, then to $19 million, then to $22 million, and then to who knows the truth. The county complex was said to cost $3 million, then $5 million, and then to a reported $11 million. You decide which one or more of the county commissioners would you give your $30 million to oversee the building of anything. Want some questions asked, but never replied to in writing? Pull up the Press Gazettes website www. srpressgazette.com and read the following letters to the editor. Dec. 11, 1995: Reader asks Oct. 28, 1996: Will the Courthouse April 8, 1999: On government March 2000: Feels it must Aug. 2001: And he writes June 1, 2002: Witch is March 1, 2006: Courthouse group March 25, 2006: Keep new June 6, 2000: Buying votes March 28, 2007: How could it be Jan. 2007: Courthouse should be March 2008: What are you. They are talking about $30 million for 150,000 square feet. $200 a square foot? If they do it, best bet is $45 to $60 million. Remember this. W.O. Jones, Jay, Fla.

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Church A9 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette New Beginnings Free Spirit Church 6655 Caroline Street / Hwy 90 Milton, Florida 32570 Elder Walter Lee Tate, Sr. Pastor 850-626-7288 6010095 African Methodist Episcopal Zion Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church, 5038 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Milton African Methodist Episcopal, Greater Bethlehem AME, 5299 Richburg St., Milton Anglican Trinity by the Fields, 4980 West Spencer Field Road, Pace Apostolic First Apostolic Church 5574 E. Highway 90, Milton Pace Apostolic Church, 4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace Assemblies of God Assembly of God New Harvest, 4289 Berryhill Road, Pace Bagdad 1st Assembly of God, 4513 Forsyth St., Bagdad East Milton Assembly of God, 5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton Faith Chapel Assembly of God, 8080 South Airport Road, Milton First Assembly of God, 6163 Dogwood Drive, Milton Harold Assembly of God 10495 Goodrange Road, Milton New Harvest Fellowship Assembly of God E. Highway 90, Pace Jay First Assembly of God 400 S. Alabama St., Jay McLellan Assembly of God 6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton New Hope Assembly of God 9550 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Pace Assembly of God 3948 Highway 90, Pace Springhill Assembly of God 9190 Munson Highway, Milton Welcome Assembly of God 8581 Welcome Church Road, Milton Baptist ABA Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA 3095 Berryhill Road, Milton Bethel Missionary Baptist ABA 6178 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton Fellowship Baptist Church ABA 5223 Highway 90, Pace First Baptist Church ABA of East Milton 8178 S. Airport Road, East Milton First Missionary Baptist ABA 3949 Pace Road, Pace Galilee Missionary BaptistABA Highway 90, West Milton Baptist Avalon Baptist 4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton East Side Baptist 4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton Faith Baptist 6423 Hamilton Bridge Road, Milton First Baptist of Harold 10585 Goodrange Drive, Milton Liberty Baptist Church 6763 Margaret St., Milton Mount Pilgrim Baptist 5103 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St., Milton St. John Divine Missionary Baptist 5363 St. Johns St., Milton Baptist Independent Bible Baptist Church of Pace 4001 Vern St., Pace Bible Way Baptist Church 5976 Dogwood Drive, Milton Brownsdale Baptist Church Chumuckla Highway, Jay Joy Bible Baptist 8613 Highway 90, Milton Pine Grove Baptist Church 7280 Pine Grove Road, Jay Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist 5550 Econna St., Milton Solid Rock Baptist 6760 East Gate Road, Milton Trinity Baptist 5301 Highway 90, Pace Victory Baptist 4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton West Florida Baptist 5621 Highway 90, Milton Fil Am Baptist Church 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton Baptist Southern Avalon Baptist 4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton Berrydale Baptist Church 6730 Highway 4, Jay Billory 1st Baptist of HolleyNavarre Highway 87 North Holley Blackwater Baptist 11689 Munson Highway, Milton Calvary Baptist Highway 89, Allentown Cora Baptist 12953 Highway 197, Jay East Side Baptist 4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton Ferris Hill Baptist 6848 Chafn St., Milton First Bagdad Baptist 4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad First Baptist of Garcon Point 1780 Garcon Point Road, Milton First Baptist of Milton 6797 Caroline St., Milton Florida Baptist Convention 3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace Floridatown Baptist 3851 Diamond St., Pace Harold First Baptist 10585 Good Range Drive, Milton Harmony Ridge Baptist 5536 Highway 90 W, Pace Hickory Hammock Baptist Hickory Hammock Road, E. Milton Immanuel Baptist 4187 Highway 90, Pace James Street Baptist 6658 James St., Milton Jay First Baptist 214 S. Alabama St., Jay Living Truth Church (Contemporary), Meeting at S.S. Dixon Intermediate School, Pace Mount Calvary So. Baptist 4636 Highway 90, Pace New Bethel Baptist 10995 Chumuckla Highway, Jay New Life Baptist 6380 Bayberry St., Milton Mount Pleasant Baptist 6151 Dogwood Drive, Milton Olivet Baptist 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton Pine Level Baptist 3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay Pine Terrace Baptist 6212 Pine Blossom Road, Milton Pleasant Home Baptist 8500 Pleasant Home, Munson Santa Rosa Baptist Asso. 6820 Highway 87 North Milton, Spring Hill Baptist Church 9214 Munson Highway, Milton Wallace Baptist Church 6601 Chumuckla Highway Woodbine Baptist Church 4912 Woodbine Road, Pace Baptist Missionary Mt. Bethel Baptist 175 Limit St., Milton New Macedonia Baptist Church 4751 Chumuckla Highway, Pace New Providence Missionary Baptist 4175 Popcorn Road, Milton First Missionary Baptist Church 3949 Pace Road, Pace Catholic St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 6457 Park Ave. S.W. Milton Charismatic Shepherd House Ministries 5739 Stewart St., Milton New Hope Community Church Meeting at Russel Center at Locklin Tech, Berry Hill, Milton Church of Christ Bagdad Church of Christ 4413 Garcon Point Highway, Bagdad Berryhill Church of Christ 3679 Berryhill Road, Pace Jay Church of Christ E. Highway 4, Jay Margaret Street Church of Christ 6745 Margaret St., Milton McLellan Church of Christ Munson Highway, Milton Susan St. Church of Christ 600 Susan St., Milton West Milton Church of Christ 5300 Highway 90, Pace Pea Ridge Church of Christ 4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge Church of God in Christ Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ 909 N. Alabama St., Milton World Church of God Milton Worship Center, 5177 Stewart St., Milton Church of God in Christ 5887 N. Stewart St., Milton Community Chapel Church of God (of Anderson) 4300 Pace Lane, south of Walmart Church of God Covenant Church of God 4645 School Lane, Pace Church of God of Prophecy 600 Glover Lane, Milton Community of Christ Community of Christ 6656 Raymond Hobbs St., Milton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 5737 Berryhill Road, Milton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2828 Harvest Road, Jay Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1753 Sea Lark Lane, Navarre Episcopal St. Marys Episcopal Church 6842 Oak St. Milton Full gospel Milton Victory Ministries 7235 E. Highway 90, Milton Living Faith Church 7400 Reformation Road, Milton True Grace Fellowship Church 5178 Willard Norris Road, Milton Holiness Hollandtown Holiness Church 1851 Pineview Church Road, Jay. Contact: Hansel Prescott, 675-4346. Cobbtown Holiness 4700 Greenwood Road, Jay Independent Grace Bible Church 6331 Chestnut St., Milton World Alive Church 4200 Ebenezer Church Road, Jay Interdenominational Ken Sumerall Ministries 4901 Forest Creek Drive, Pace Jehovahs Witnesses Jehovahs Witnesses Milton congregation 5696 Berryhill Road, Milton Lutheran Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church 6076 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton Methodist Christ United Methodist Church 5983 Dogwood Drive, Milton Chumuckla Community Church 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace 1st United Methodist Church of Pace 4540 Chumuckla Highway, Pace Woodbine United Methodist Church 5200 Woodbine, Pace Bagdad United Methodist Church 4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad First United Methodist Church 6830 Berryhill Road, Milton Jay United Methodist Church 300 S. Alabama St., Jay Mae Edwards Memorial United Methodist Church 5052 Mulat Road, Milton Pineview United Methodist Church 1400 Pineview Church Road, Jay Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church 4701 School Lane, Pace Woodbine United Methodist Church 5200 Woodbine Road, Pace Nazarene New Faith Church of Nazarene 5162 Avenida del Fuego, Pace Non-denominational Christian Life Church 4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton Church of the Living God 3375 Garcon Pt., Milton New Hope Community Church Locklin Tech, Berryhill, Milton New Testament Church 5277 Glover Lane, Milton Shepherd House Ministries 5739 N. Stewart St., Milton Word Alive Christian Church 5707 Stewart St., Milton West Milton Church of Christ 5300 Highway 90, Pace Pentecostal Gospel Lighthouse Church 10001 Chumuckla Highway, Pace United Pentecostal Church of Berrydale 7580 Highway 4, Jay Pentecostal Holiness Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness Church 5532 Osceola St., Milton Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness Church 2841 Highway 182, Jay New Vision Worship Center 5573 Stewart St., Milton Roeville Holiness Church 6648 Munson Highway, Milton Cobbtown Holiness Church 4700 Greenwood Road (Highway 164), Jay Presbyterian PCA Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA, 6659 Park Ave., Milton Presbyterian USA First Presbyterian Church of Milton 5206 Elmira St., Milton Pace Presbyterian Church 4587 Woodbine Road, Pace Primitive Baptist Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church 6930 Chafn St., Milton Seventh-Day Adventist Milton Seventh-Day Adventist Church 5288 Berryhill Road, Milton United Pentecostal First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad 4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad Vineyard Bay Area Vineyard Church 5163 Dogwood Drive, Milton Saturday, November 26, 2011

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Santa Rosas Press Gazette| A11 Saturday, November 26, 2011 Jimmie D. Hill, Ph.D., Natural Health Consultant Angel Hill, Ph.D., Natural Health Consultant Dennis Reynolds, M.Ed., Herbal Information Specialist DeAnn Hammond: Natural Health Advisor A LTERNATIVE H EALTH F OOD S TORE 6011814 Give the gift of health with a gift certificate to the Alternative Health Food Store 5. Pin Action 24.5-15.5; 6. Last Call 24-16; 7. The Four Eyes 24-16; 8. Rolling Thunder 23.5-16.5; 9. Shouters 23.5-16.5; 10. Spartans 23-17; 11. Who Cares 21-19; 12. Up Your Alley 21-19; 13. Froggie Four 20-20; 14. S.E.X. Pins 20-20; 15. Strike Force 2 20-20; 16. Loose Cannons 20-20; 17. Lightening Strikes 1822; 18. Fun Bunch 17-23; 19. Bowling Buddies 16.5-23.5; 20. The X Men 15.5-24.5; 21. Turking Fen Pin 15-25; 22. The Perfect 10s 25-25; 23. Team Rocket 11-29; 24. Bye 3-37. GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC through Nov. 19 U-6 Win Loss Tie Points East League Bullets 11 1 2 30 Tankers 6 3 5 19 Talons 3 5 6 13 Strikers 4 8 2 10 West League Pilots 10 0 4 29 Stallions 6 4 4 18 Fighters 2 8 4 10 Choppers 0 13 1 1 U-8 Win Loss Tie Points East League Bears 12 2 0 29 Pacers 11 3 0 27 Tigers 6 6 2 15 Warriors 1 10 3 4 West League Sharks 12 1 1 31 Eagles 5 8 1 15 Bombers 5 9 0 12 Heat 0 13 1 1 U-10 Win Loss Points East League Turf Pilots 10 0 24 Broncos 8 2 20 Chargers 4 6 10 Steelers 2 8 4 West League Raiders 7 3 19 Twisters 5 5 12 Argos 3 7 9 Patriots 1 9 2 U-13 Win Loss Tie Points Stingers 12 0 0 35 Comets 9 3 0 26 Lightning 3 8 1 9 Barracudas 3 9 0 9 Tarpons 2 9 1 6 Point System for Soccer Stats Victory for inside league: 3 points (all leagues) Victory for outside league: 2 points (all leagues) Tie: U6 & U8 1point NO ties in U11 and U14 Shoot Outs in U14: Inside League: 2 points Outside League: 1 point As Wombles served, the West only had ve players on the court as Madeleine Bouillion, the libero, had left the court. While the point was played out a sixth player ran onto the court, but it did not matter as Ann Parker nailed the winning point. Despite the loss there were several positives on the night for those repre senting Santa Rosa County. Miltons Katie Worley en joyed the night as she and her cousin, Gulf Breezes Caroline Ennis, played on the same team for the rst time. This was a very fun night for me, Worley said. I was so glad I got to play on the same team with my cousin. This is the rst time we have gotten to do this in any sport. Worley, who signed a scholarship a couple of weeks ago to pitch at Geor gia State, used her off sea son time to focus on travel ball (softball), while Ennis plays volleyball. For Centrals Sarah For sythe and Jays Tessa Hen dricks it was a wild night with a case of the nerves early on. This was way different for me, Forsythe said. I was excited about tonights match, but I started out very nervous. Hendricks was taken back by the speed of the game. The girls in tonights game were faster and tall er than what I am use to, Hendricks said. It was a lot of fun, but also different from anything I have ever done before. MVP for the East Squad was Nicevilles Monica Johnson and Pensacola Catholics Madeleine Bouillion was awarded the MVP trophy for the West Squad. Paces Taron Bright did not participate in Tues days competition. WEST from page A12 Photos by BI LL G A M BL IN | Press Gazette Centrals Sarah Forsythe records a dig during the fourth set of Tuesdays PSA All-Star Volleyball game held at the University of West Florida Fieldhouse. Right: Miltons Katie Worley passes the ball during the fourth set of Tuesdays PSA All-Star Volleyball game held at the University of West Florida Fieldhouse. Below: Jays Tessa Hendricks serves during game one of Tuesdays PSA All-Star game held at the University of West Florida Fieldhouse. SCORES from page A12 Sports

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www.srpressgazette.com Saturday, November 26, 2011 A Section SP O RT S Page 12 Pensacola Bay Sunday, November 27, 2011 6:24 AM CST Sunrise 8:47 AM CST Moonrise 10:31 AM CST Low tide -0.55 Feet 4:48 PM CST Sunset 7:27 PM CST Moonset 11:47 PM CST High tide 1.72 Feet Monday, November 28, 2011 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 9:36 AM CST Moonrise 11:22 AM CST Low tide -0.47 Feet 4:47 PM CST Sunset 8:31 PM CST Moonset Tuesday, November 29, 2011 12:32 AM CST High tide 1.55 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:18 AM CST Moonrise 11:59 AM CST Low tide -0.33 Feet 4:47 PM CST Sunset 9:32 PM CST Moonset Wednesday, November 30, 2011 1:09 AM CST High tide 1.33 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:55 AM CST Moonrise 12:18 PM CST Low tide -0.14 Feet 4:47 PM CST Sunset 10:30 PM CST Moonset East Bay Sunday, November 27, 2011 6:23 AM CST Sunrise 8:46 AM CST Moonrise 11:47 AM CST Low tide -0.66 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 7:26 PM CST Moonset Monday, November 28, 2011 12:32 AM CST High tide 2.06 Feet 6:24 AM CST Sunrise 9:35 AM CST Moonrise 12:40 PM CST Low tide -0.56 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 8:29 PM CST Moonset Tuesday, November 29, 2011 1:17 AM CST High tide 1.86 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:17 AM CST Moonrise 1:17 PM CST Low tide -0.39 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 9:30 PM CST Moonset Wednesday, November 30, 2011 1:52 AM CST High tide 1.59 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:54 AM CST Moonrise 1:36 PM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 10:28 PM CST Moonset Blackwater River Sunday, November 27, 2011 12:37 AM CST High tide 2.17 Feet 6:24 AM CST Sunrise 8:47 AM CST Moonrise 12:17 PM CST Low tide -0.66 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 7:26 PM CST Moonset Monday, November 28, 2011 1:28 AM CST High tide 2.06 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 9:36 AM CST Moonrise 1:10 PM CST Low tide -0.56 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 8:30 PM CST Moonset Tuesday, November 29, 2011 2:13 AM CST High tide 1.86 Feet 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:18 AM CST Moonrise 1:47 PM CST Low tide -0.39 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 9:31 PM CST Moonset Wednesday, November 30, 2011 2:48 AM CST High tide 1.59 Feet 6:26 AM CST Sunrise 10:55 AM CST Moonrise 2:06 PM CST Low tide -0.17 Feet 4:46 PM CST Sunset 10:29 PM CST Moonset Navarre Beach Sunday, November 27, 2011 6:23 AM CST Sunrise 8:29 AM CST Low tide -0.38 Feet 8:45 AM CST Moonrise 4:46 PM CST Sunset 7:26 PM CST Moonset 9:07 PM CST High tide 1.77 Feet Monday, November 28, 2011 6:23 AM CST Sunrise 9:22 AM CST Low tide -0.27 Feet 9:34 AM CST Moonrise 4:46 PM CST Sunset 8:29 PM CST Moonset 9:50 PM CST High tide 1.62 Feet Tuesday, November 29, 2011 6:24 AM CST Sunrise 10:03 AM CST Low tide -0.10 Feet 10:17 AM CST Moonrise 4:46 PM CST Sunset 9:30 PM CST Moonset 10:27 PM CST High tide 1.43 Feet Wednesday, November 30, 2011 6:25 AM CST Sunrise 10:18 AM CST Low tide 0.11 Feet 10:54 AM CST Moonrise 4:46 PM CST Sunset 10:28 PM CST Moonset 11:00 PM CST High tide 1.22 Feet Tide CHAR T By Bill Gamblin sports@srpressgazette.com Jay High School posted a big win in Flomaton, Ala., on Tuesday with a win in the opening round of the Flo maton Thanksgiving Tour nament. The Royals (2-0) de feated Pensacola Christian Academy 43-33. Jay jumped out to a 15-8 lead and then iced the game with a strong third quarter as they entered the nal eight minutes with a 36-22 advantage. Eric Trevino led the charge for the Royals with 24 points, while Todd Laney added seven points, nine re bounds, and ve assists in the win. We will post the nal tournament results online as they were not available due to the early Thanksgiv ing deadlines. On Monday it was Cen tral defeating Escambia Charter 52-45 to open its season with a win. The Jaguars rallied in the second half outscoring Escambia Charter 30-16 for the win. Nick Waters scored 15 points and grabbed 15 re bounds for a double-double in the win while Victor Dix on added 13. Gavin Richardson had 12 rebounds while Wen dell Cooley recorded four steals. In girls action Flomaton (Ala.) High defeated Jay 52-45. The Royals were play ing without the services of Tessa Hendricks, who was at the PSA All-Star Volley ball game. Hillary Hendricks led Jay with 21 points, while Becca Callaway added 18. Poplar Springs Central lost to Poplar Springs 55-32. The Lady Jags (2-1) jumped out to 13-8 lead in the rst quarter. In the second quarter Poplar Springs took control of the game as they out scored Central 20-4 prior to intermission. Makayla Simmons scored 17 in the loss, while Aleana Morrow chipped in nine. Central played Monday without Sarah Forsythe who was at the PSA All-Star Volleyball game. Monday night Central defeated Jay 55-25. Becca Calloway led Jay with 11 points while Makay la Simmons scored a game high of 20 points for Cen tral. Sarah Forsythe added 15 in the win. At Milton the Lady Pan thers fell to Pine Forest 4818. Pine Forest jumped out to a 16-4 lead at the end of the rst quarter and ex tended that lead to 34-6 by intermission. Brook McGee led Milton with seven points. In boys soccer Navarre shut out Milton 8-0. Jay wins in FlomatonStonebrook Ladies Golf Association Results Nov. 22, 2011 A Flight: 1st Shatzi Clemons 2nd Bonnie Cook 3rd Pat Goodlife B Flight: 1st Mary Woltersdorf 2nd Pat Weathers 3rd Carol Manseld Chip-ins: Pat Findley, Linda Reddish, Bonnie Cook, Andy Dushesne, and Mary Woltersdorf Birdies: Pat Findley, Andy Duschesne, Mary Wolters dorf, Dean Williams, and Michelle Kilgore Stonebrook Golf Club Mens Golf Association Championship November 21, 2011 Flight A: 1st Place Paul Geise 2nd Place (tie) Ralph Drexler and Don Trombley 4th Place Tony Apap 5th Place Bobby Henson 6th Place Jim Gray Flight B: 1st Place Richard Corwin 2nd Place George Hitchcock 3rd Place Wayne Arnall 4th Place Ray Salerno 5th Place (tie) Gordy Clarke, Jerry Sullivan Oops Alley Bowling Alley Cats Ladies Trio Nov. 9 High Scratch Game: Boni Smitherman 201 High Scratch Series: Mary Ann Bishop 527 High Scratch Team Game: Shouldve, Couldve. Wouldve 491 High Handicapped Game: Boni Cmitherman 239 High Handicapped Series: Mary Ann Bishop 647 High Handicapped Series Team: Cougars 1763 League Standings: 1. Shouldve Couldve Wouldve 25-11; 2. Striking Cats 20-16; 3. 3 Chicks 19-17; 4. Cougars 19-17; 5. Wildcats 18-18, 6. Back Alley Cats 18-18, 7. Perfect Cats 18-18 Thursday Seniors Nov. 10 High Scratch Game Men: Mike Hamada 237 High Scratch Game Women: Sandi Bansemer 190 High Scratch Team Game: Joe Cools 700 High Series Men: Mike Hamada 633 High Series Women: Boni Smitherman 482 High Series Team: Joe Cools 1883 League Standings: 1. H.T.H.P.S. 28.5-11.5; 2. The Odd balls 28-12; 3. The Mag Four 22-18; 4. Golden Bowlers 21.5-18.5; 5. Joe Cools 20-20; 6. Spare Us 20-20; 7. Alley Katz 19-21; 8. Strike Force 19-21; 9. Semi Pros 17-23; 10. Bye 2-34. Thursday Night Fun Bunch Nov. 10 High Scratch Game Men: Earl Price 266 High Scratch Game Women: Jennifer Gibbs 234 High Scratch Team Game: Lightening Strikes 794 High Series Men: Kirk Toth 651 High Series Women: Jennifer Gibbs 570 High Series Team: Alley Gators 2187 League Standings: 1. Opps Alley Pro Shop 29-11; 2. Alley Gators 25-15; 3. Down and Out 25-15; 4. Drink Up 24.5-15.5; Community Sports SCORES How the West won By Bill Gamblin sports@srpressgazette.com PENSACOLA Tuesday marked the rst time in the ve year his tory the West squad has won the Pensacola Sports Association All-Star Volleyball game. The West squad, which was made up of seniors from Es cambia County, needed only ve sets to win the best of seven se ries, but the nal set didnt come easy. The West All-Stars took their rst win by the score of 25-20, 1825, 25-22, 25-18, and 29-27. In the nal set the East squad jumped out to an 8-3 lead, but Washington Highs Elizabeth Major clicked from the service line as she helped to pull the West squad within one point at 8-7. Gulf Breezes Shannon Kehoe returned the favor to build the lead back to four, 15-11, but the West were on a mission. After the game being tied early on at 1-1 in the waning moments the teams were tied on seven dif ferent occasions, until a hitting error gave the West the lead for good at 28-27 as Kasey Wombles served for the winning point. P hotos by BI LL GAM BL I N | Press Gazette North Santa Rosa County was represented in the PSA All-Star game by Jays Tessa Hendricks, Miltons Katie Worley, and Centrals Sarah Forsythe. Taylor Havens dives for a ball in Tuesdays PSA All Star game held at the University of West Florida Fieldhouse while teammate Sarah Forsythe of Central High looks on. See WEST A11 See SCORES A11

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LIFESTY L E www.srpressgazette.com Saturday, November 26, 2011 B Section By Mathew Pellegrino mpellegrino@ srpressgazette.com A teacher at East Milton Elementary School gave students a history lesson based on his life experiences of his Native American tribe just in time for Thanksgiving. On Nov. 18, East Milton Elementary fth-grade teacher Justin King, who is a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians based out of southern Alabama, put some of his heritage into his classroom curriculum for his students. His students not only learned tribal language and beliefs, but they also helped build a scale model of a Muskogee Tribe campground just outside of the school. Classes from each grade level were able to come and view the model while King stepped back and let his children do the teaching. We set up displays on how they made stuff, said Josh McLendon, one of Kings students. This was the rst year King, a 2009 University of West Florida graduate, helped put on the presentation for the school. I like to keep the culture alive, even here in this community, King said. The social studies teacher said he was not attending the Floridatown PowWow but that he would be attending a similar ceremony with his native tribe this week in Alabama. The children really helped set this up, but there is a true lesson involved, King said. History of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians The Poarch Band of Creek Indians are descendents of a segment of the original Creek nation, which once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia. Unlike many southeastern Indian tribes, the Poarch Creeks were not removed from their tribal lands and have lived together for more than 150 years. As of 2006, there are about 2,340 members of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, of which more than 1,000 live in the vicinity of Poarch, Ala. TEACHER MIXES HERIT AGE WITH LEARNING Photos by MAT H EW PELLEGR I NO | Press Gazette Justin King, a fth-grade social studies teacher at East Milton Elementary School, speaks to his students about the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. Students in Justin Kings class pose for a picture with their teacher. Classes from East Milton Elementary school look on at the Native American presentation put on by Justin Kings fth grade social studies class. Some of the Muskogee tribe buildings were labeled in English and the tribal language as part of the presentation. John Moore talks about a portion of the scale model to his classmates on Friday outside of East Milton Elementary School. Students in Kings class answer questions about the Muskogee Tribe last week. Page 1

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Local B2 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 Operation Santa The Bagdad Volunteer Fire Department is accepting stuffed animal donations for operation Santa, an event the station has carried out for years. You can put a smile on the many faces of children by simply cleaning out a closet, toy box, shed or collecting from friends. Donations can be dropped off at the station or picked up by a member of the department by calling the station at 623-8111. City of Milton meetings Milton Park and Recreation Committee will meet at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 28 in Conference Room B of City Hall. Milton Public Works Committee will meet Nov. 28 at 9:30 a.m. in Conference Room B of City Hall. City of Milton Police Pension Board will meet Nov. 30 at 8:30 a.m. in the City Council Chambers. City of Miltons City Council will meet in Executive Committee Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Milton City Council will meet in regular session on Dec. 13 at 5 p.m. in the Council Chambers. For more information, contact the city managers ofce at 983-5411. All meetings are open to the public. Santa Rosa County commissioner meeting A Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioners called meeting is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in the board meeting room, 6495 Caroline St. in Milton. The meeting is to review and vote on inclusion of Super QTI funding as part of an incentive package to bring a new company to Santa Rosa County in an economic development proposal dubbed Project Vortex by TEAM Santa Rosa. The company is considering locating in the industrial park facility formally occupied by Clearwire. For more information, contact TEAM Santa Rosa at 623-0174. Legislative Delegation sets public hearing Members of Santa Rosa Countys state legislative delegation will hold a public hearing from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Complex, 6495 Caroline St. in Milton. Public comments will be heard on proposals for the 2012 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature. The Santa Rosa County Legislative Delegation consists of senators Greg Evers and Don Gaetz and representatives Matt Gaetz, Doug Broxson and Clay Ford. Gallery Night 2011 Gallery Night in Milton will correspond once again with Light Up Downtown Milton on Dec. 2 from 5:30:30 p.m. Artist wishing to participate can do so at no cost and are asked to call 529-0304 for more information. This years event will include a visit from Santa Claus, childrens Christmas creations, excerpts of the Nutcracker ballet, hand bell ringers and singers, Charles Dickens carolers, bagpipers, strolling puppet theater, live nativity scene, horsedrawn carriage rides and much more Pensacola State Surplus Auction Pensacola State College will hold a surplus property auction at 2202 Douglas Ave. behind Kooter Browns at Ninth and Douglas in Pensacola. The auction begins at 9 a.m. with viewings from 8-9 a.m. Items on the auction block include computers, ofce supplies, furniture, televisions, weight equipment and more. Cash or check; no credit cards accepted. For more information, call 484-1911. Bark for Life to ght cancer The American Cancer Societys Bark for Life will be Dec. 3 at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, on School House Lane in Pace. Bark For Life is a fundraising event honoring the lifelong contributions of our canine caregivers. It presents an opportunity for people to be empowered through their canine companion partners and to contribute to cancer cures through the mission of ACS. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; walk begins at 9:30 a.m. Registration is $20 per dog and includes a participation for one dog and one walker, a Bark For Life doggie bandanna and goodie bag. Santa Paws pictures will also be available. All proceeds will benet ACS. Christmas Past Bagdad Heritage Tour The Bagdad Village Preservation Association will present the annual Bagdad Heritage Tour, on Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Christmas Past, will be the theme as this years tour will once again bring history alive. The step back in time will begin with registration at either end of Forsyth Street and features historic homes, a church built in 1885 and the Bagdad Village Museum, all beautifully decorated for the season. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 children 10 and under, and are available at the Bagdad Village Museum, the Copper Possum, Bagdad Village Homes and Land, and at the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce. The tickets include entrance to all tour venues, porch plays, and live music. Receive a free commemorative Christmas ornament with advance ticket purchase. For more information, contact 293-5349, 554-4669 or visit the associations website at www. bagdadvillage.org. Santa Rosa Republicans meeting The Republican Club of Santa Rosa County will hold its next monthly meeting and Dutch Treat Dinner at The Club at Hidden Creek, 3070 PGA Blvd, in Navarre, FL 32566, at 6:30 p.m. On Dec. 6. The featured speaker will be Tim Wyrosdick, Superintendent of Schools for Santa Rosa County. For additional information, please contact Morgan Lamb, President The Republican Club of Santa Rosa County, (850) 939-2409 or email morganlamb@bellsouth. net. Winter Greenery Sale The Navarre Garden Club is holding its annual Winter Greenery Sale. This year, club members are offering several items to beautify your homes during this holiday season. Proceeds support the NGC community beautication and scholarship efforts. A noble r 24-inch wreath with bow is $25. The Florida-grown amaryllis in colorful painted pot is $18. Of course, the ever popular gallon-size red poinsettia is only $10. Please contact any garden club member to place your order. You may also order by contacting sw@navarregardenclub. org. Elks Hoop Shoot to return Dec. 17 The Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge is proud to announce the return of the National Hoop Shoot Contest to Santa Rosa County. Invitations have been sent to all Santa Rosa County elementary and middle schools to have their Hoop Shoot teams ready for this years contest to be Dec. 17, at Gulf Breeze High School gym. Each school will hold a contest to determine which boys and girls will represent their school in each of the three age groups (8-9; 10-11; 12-13) in the girls and boys division. Each team will go head to head at the local contest on Dec. 17. The winners will form the Pensacola Beach Elks entry in the District contest also held at Gulf Breeze High School Gym on Jan. 14, 2012. The District contest will host teams from Elks lodges in Warrington, Navarre, Crestview, Destin, Tri City as well as Pensacola Beach. There is no cost to any of the participants the Elks pick up the cost of travel, food and lodging for all participants and their families. Pace Pace Christmas Open House Christmas Open House Draw your Lucky Snowake Nov 26 & 27 for 10% to 40% OFF your entire purchase Dec 3 Portraits by Merriment Photography 11am-4pm Call for appointment Saturday is Small Business Saturday REGISTER TO WIN on Nov 26 One of Four Gift Certicates and nd more Surprizes Inside Saturday is Small Business Saturday REGISTER TO WIN on Nov 26 One of Four Gift Certicates and nd more Surprizes Inside Holiday Hours Tuesday Saturday 10am 7pm Sunday 11am 4pm 6010004 News BRIEFS

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Local B4 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 All-A First Grade Stephaine Blocker, Allen Boggs, Dawson Corlies, Karina Cutts, Hannah Franklin, Taylor George, Anthony Harris, Levaught Jackson, Ava Johnson, Landen Johnson, Joseph Jones, Anna Kennedy, Brianna Lester, Caleb Locklin, Lucas Matthews, Tagen Pittman, Sydnee Robinett, Tia Sigler, Ashlynn Spears, and Houston Younce. All-A Second Grade Sarah Abram, Kaysee Arant, Caden Bailey, Hannah Cooley, Brandon Dahlman, Winne Denne, Garrett Fowler, Cheyenne Goins, Charity Graham, Jasmine Hoodless, Morgan Mathews, Andrea Moorer, and Beth Peek All-A Third Grade Kaitlyn Fretwell, Bishop Godwin, Eryn Hoffman, Kallan Martin, Trenton Moye, and Makenna Simmons. All-A Fourth Grade Olivia Armstrong, Jacob Bott, Madelyn Cozart, Lynsey Dunlap, Makayla Hart, Joseph Kimsey, and Dalton Lewis All-A Fifth Grade Maria Brown and Caitlyn Retzlaff All-Al Sixth Grade Carleigh Baerresen, Lani Bailey, Abigail Bott, Morgan Ellis, Lexe Fay, and Connor Roberts AB First Grade Jacob Baerresen, Sidney Boone, Wilton Cooke. Skylar Crawley, Matthew Franklin, Skylynn Gonzalez, Tyle Haddock, Hunter Hall, Ricki Lynn Haugen, Lucas Kimbrough, Cecelia May, Audra Roberts, Hannah Spencer, Jaden Varney, Caden Walther, Mason Weekley, Shane White, and Cody Wilcox. AB Second Grade Kinion Bankston, Madeline Bankston, Hannah Bott, Jillian Cherven, Logan Dixon, Gracie Ennger, Joshua Ennger, Savannah Holland, Ryleigh Hyler, Logan Johnson, Kyle Knupp, J.W. LaCoste, Kylan Lollie, Wyatt Parker, Chloe Perry, Marissa Retzlaff, and Dylan Zarahn. AB Third Grade Victoria Bledsoe, Madelynne Boone, Andrew Brown, Faith Bush, Sean Chambers, Deanna Edwards, Dakota Goins, Katie Hart, Elizabeth Hay, Ethan Jernigan, Landyn Jernigan, Kiara Jones, Garrett Lawson, Jesie Lee, Kendall McLeod, Jasmine Milstead, Caitlen Mishoe, GaryMoorer, Riley Newchurch, Lindsay Petty, Ethan Pitts, Michael Poole, Eloura Riewerts, Alexis Robinson, Lane Sample, Mahala Smith, Trinity Thomas, and Cedric Wood. AB Fourth Grade Jordan Adams, Shelby Balk, Lennon Bogie, Amber Fuqua, Dartagnan Hall, Ethan Harris, Hunter Jarrell, Daniel Peek, Mathias Ravenscraft, Kylie Schwarz, Derec Smith, and Eliza Weaver AB Fifth Grade Alan Carlson, Kailey Dykes, Michael Lovett, Madison McLeod, and Annelise Perry. AB Sixth Grade Makenzie Adams, Tyler Colvin, Alex Glancy, Lane Heaton, Haleigh Herring, Aliya Kaufman, Tyler Kelley, Nathaniel Kimsey, Kaley Mann, Kailee McLamore, Matthew Nordstrom, Zachary Rutherford, and Alex Simmons. Terric Kids Pre-KG Autumn Boutwell, Bryce Bowers, Haley Chambers, Jacob Kinder, and Carson Lowe. Terric Kids KG Mason Godwin, Yahil Robles, Jordan Tompkins, Brooklyn Wilson, Caden Barnes, Annalease Copeland, Michael Gauthier, Isabella Kent, Levi Mishoe, and Ryan Welch. Terric Kids First Grade Lucas Kimbrough, Lucas Matthews, Cecilia May, Karina Cutts, Hunter Hall, Ava Johnson, Caleb Locklin, Jeffery Adams, Natalie Bush, and Claire Sherman. Terric Kids Second Grade Charlie Brandon, Brandon Dahlman, Beth Peek, Morgan Mathews, Andrea Moorer, Hannah Cooley, Garrett Fowler, and Savannah Holland. Terric Kids Third Grade Timothy Crapps, Denise Edwards, Bishop Godwin, Landyn Jernigan, Kendall McLeod, Lucas Blair, Dylan Campbell, Jacob Cody, Garrett Holland, Josie Lee, Makenna Simmons, Mia Taylor, Victorie Bledsoe, Deanna Edwards, Eryn Hoffman, Garrett Lawson, Hunter Morrell, and Austin Tribble. Terrific Kids Fourth Grade Jordan Adams, Madelyn Cozart, Lynsey Dunlap, Dalton Lewis, Paige Henderson, and Hunter Moore. Terrific Kids Fifth Grade Katherine Bonifay, Kailey Dykes, Daniel Griswold, Madison McLeod, Daryl Peek, Dylan Petty, Alexus Taylor, Kala Trawick, and Trisha Winkelbach. Terrific Kids Sixth Grade Carleigh Baerresen, Lani Bailey, Abigail Bott, Kaley Mann, Kailee McLamore, Lauren Morrell, Mary Ruth Passmore, Noah Pitts, Zachary Rutherford, Nicholas Shook, and Alex Simmons. 3rd Annual AND 50/50 RAFFLE ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS CHARITY!!! WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT HALFTIME OF SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME! DEC 3rd @ 11 AM JUDGING NOON TILL 3:30 6010051 Chumuckla Elementary Honor Roll: rst 9 weeks

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Local Santa Rosas Press Gazette| B5 Saturday, November 26, 2011 All-A 9th Grade Kristin Allchin, Madelyn Anderson, Jordan Ardoin, Precious Bartush, Catherine Beaumont, Brenden Blevins, Mark Britton, Karli Butcher, Caleb Champion, Lakendra Cook, Emily Curtis, Jarod Duesing, Kaylee Ennis, Emily Fields, Jayci Floyd, Kenneth Ford, Dakota Garner, Maxwell Gray, Patrick Greene, Andrew Harris, Bailey Jackson, Meghan Jorgensen, Kathleen Kunert, Sierra Locke, Stephen Lunsford, Autumn Matthews, Jaleelia McCoy, Micah MaGaha, Hannah McMullen, Sarra Merritt, john Muok, Savannah Murta, Savanna New, Katie Noble, Kristen Peaden, Morgan Pollard, Jonathan Pool, Shaun Sentertt, Evan Stenerson, Destiny Sullivan, Jessica Thompson, Brittany Tweit, Kalyn Wadsworth, Trevor Walters, Zhexin Sam Wang, Border Williams, Hannah Wingate, Gavin Wiscaver, and Alexis Worrell All-A 10th Grade Brian Abenojar, Mariah Ard, Jeremy Bailey, Caleb Barlow, Randi Bass, Alyssa Bramwell, Jeffery Briggs, Melissa Brignano, Jake Butler, Miranda Cannon, Cory Cardwell, Lauren Cavazos, Dylan Clark, Colleen Courey, Sade Crosby, Andre Flakes, Tiffanie Fulton-Kennedy, Grayson Harris, Tabitha Haygood, Georgia Huffman, Kandace Jernigan, Tyler Kass, Amber Kimmons, Zane Lowe, Morgan Lundquist, Courtney Martin, Monica McInnes, Keely McNeal, Alexis Metzler, Garrett Ruocco, Ryan Schaffer, Tyler Schulte, Ashton Shell, Joseph Smith, Briana Swesey, Courtney Teuber, Becca Turner, Ethan Williams, Kaycee Wright, and Conner Young. All-A 11th Grade Abigail Beaumont, Nicholas Breland, Chloe Bressack, Kevin Brooks, Jessica Brown, Hunter Burney, Heather Forester, Pasco Gibson, Christine Gomez, Miranda Greer, William Harris, Shane Howell, Ella Jones, Jacquelyn Kahler, Adria Kokinos, Vita Locke, Landry Lowrimore, Shelby Lutz, Austin Main, Matthew McGaha, Haley McGuyre, David Moe, Shane Mullins, Christopher Noble, Ashley Pate, Anna Pool, Emory Price, Cara Scott, Alexander Selmon, Amanda Somerset, Brittany Stansbury, Ashlee Stokley, John Temple, Dylan Thorpe, Matthew Turley, Leah Wadsworth, Robert Waters, and Hunter Wingate. All-A 12th Grade Eric Abenojar, Katie Bennett, Douglas Bowman, Taylor Brewton, Emily Brooks, Cameron Burttschell, cody Cattnach, Kyndal Cobb, Sequita Collier, Sharon Daugherty, Kirsten Davidson, Timothy Dempsey, Kelsea England, Kelli Gallagher, Kasandra Gilley, Savannah Glenn, Kai Greene, Haley Harrell, Charles Hernandez, Katrina Humphreys, Alexius Jackson, Kay Jackson, Melanie Jameson, Emily Kaelin, Tyler Kaelin, Caitlin Kennedy, Kelsey King, Mari Kyle, Taylor Lewis, Andrew Locke, Kaitlyn Lyle, Ryan Lynn, Brooke McGree, Morgan Monasterio, Raven Murta, Linsey Myrick, Andrew Nation, Hunter Nelson, Laura Nelson, Rose OBrien, Jose Parra, Nolan Penfold, Kortney Phillips, jacklyn Proftt, Hannah Rice, Landen Ryder, William Schraer, Jade Shumaker, Lisa Smith, Tyler Stark, Rebecca Stevens, Rashelle Stewart, Amy Touchstone, Madison Turner, Catherine Walker, Marena Weekley, Colton Westover, Alexa White, Emily Womack, Kimberly Womack, and Thomas Young. AB 9th Grade Kayla Adams, Jasmine Alday, Meagan Atwill, Kayla Bastin, Kyle Baumann, Michael Beech, Cheyenne Belanger, Tyler Belchers, Jordan Belton, Cayce Blackburn, Allyssa Bowers, Jasmine Boyce, John Bright, Joseph Brill, Kayla Brown, Arianna Bucci, Corey Burnham, Anastasia Burrell, Cameron Bush, Alec Batone, Brittany Chism, Merrie Coates, Sarah Coates, Taylor Cooper, Cameron Cox, Sibyl Cox, Justin Gangler, Whitney Dowell, Jordan Dumas, Taylor Emerson, William Gibson, Gabrielle Gilley, Savannah Greenquist, Heather Helm, Lauren Henderson, Miranda Hodges, Virgil Holmes, Jaszmine Howard, Tyler Hughes, Jacob Hull, Gregory Hunt, Zaquiis Hyman, Brittany Ioakim, Casey James, Sage Janke, Cameron Jeter, Taylor Johannes, Alexandra Jordan, Kyle Kaniper, Breanna Kelley, Khristina Kendrick, Haley Kent, Alyssa King, Stevie King, Trent Kite, Tucker Lapalm, Luke Leggett, Ximena Lopez, Benjamin Lowrimore, Morgan Lutz, Destiny Marshall-Gallant, Kelsey Martin, Samantha Mathis, Haleigh McCrory, Gracey McDonald, Miranda McQuaige, Zachary Meyer, Konnor Michael Haven Mize, Justin Monroe, Daniel Moulder, Jamil Muhammad, Shaunna Murray, Carrie Neese, Jordan Newman, Marcus Nickson, Alicia Parmelee, Brittani Pate, John Payne, Jacob Perry, William Porter, Vincent Potate, Matthew Predmore, Morgan Pursell, Christopher Quesenberry, Erin Rains, Tadarian Rambo, Caitlin Reed, Kady Reed, Jasmin Rhea, Jordan Rhea, Haley Ritchie, Shelby Roberts, Autumn Rogers, Hugh Rogers, Annabelle Sawyer, Cecily Scott, Cheyanne Seaman, Austin Shepard, Brandi Sizemore, Antahlaya Smith, Clark Smith, Katie Sparr, Crystal Stiltner, Ashtin Sutton, Marcus Tate, Parys Thomas, Deanna Thorpe, Haleigh Vance, Jenna Wade, Kaitlyn Waller, Kirkland Wall, Victoria Watts, Dominique Weekley, Benjamin West, Deiah Wilkerson, Aunna Williams, Madison Williams, and Neena Williams. AB 10th Grade Cody Allen, Hunter Applegate, Kalia Atwell, Raymond Baillie, Rachel Baker, Mystien Barker, Katie Belcher, Caylan Bentley, Michael Billen, Brandon Boner, Nadia Bortolin, Savanna Bradley, Hannah Brake, Cody Brayton, Victoria Campbell, Tara Clark, Thomas Clifton, Micaela Cooley, Zakari Covin, Nicholas Dinwiddie, Jezreel Dota, Gracen Drake, Taylor Dreher, Christina Drennan, Luis Dunn, Caymon Durbin, Aaron Ellis, Alexandra Emerson, Allyson Fagan, Karina Floyd, Kendall Fuqua, Chase Galbreath, Christopher Garcia, James Garrett, Seth Gelb, Brittney Gibson, Taylor Gillis, Jacob Graham, Katie Grayson, Samantha Grifth, Dusty Hall, Adrianna Harding, Nisa-Ann Hawk, Lakyn Hearn, Joseph Heino, Kimberly Hendricks, Monica Hughes, Keven Humphreys, Kara Jernigan, Justice Johnson, Kauren Johnston, Kristen JordanElsperman, Richard Krebs, William Kummer, Deric Kyzer, Matthew Lashare, Wesley Layton, Briana Lee, Cody Leggett, Grant Locklin, Nicholas Long, Alexander Love, Kassara Lozano, Steven Manning, Shawna Mann, Jessica Martin, Victoria Maxwell, Conner McCreless, Ryan McCutchen, Brandon McLin, Megan Melendez, Dylan Merritt, Miles Michener, Matthew Mikas, Bishop Morris, Nichole Mousavizadegan, Arturo Ojeda, Justin Osborne, Chandler Padgett, Kierstin Patterson, Madison Peoples, Jaclyn Phelps, Caleb Pough, Demetric Rambo, Alana Ramos, Adrian Smith, Triston Spangler, Jessica Steele, Sashiana Straughn, Chance Thaxton, Jonathan Thomas, Christopher Thomson, Garnet Torres, Alexandra Tzagakis, Victoria Walker, Zechariah Walker, Logan Watson, Abbie Wilson, Chase Wingate, Austin Winslow, Hailey Wistner, and Kristina Wood. AB 11th Grade Travian Albert, Grismaldy Amador, Brandon Beasley, Trevor Bestor, Brieann Boyd, Reeta Cannon, Cory Carrier, Tierra Carter, Karson Castle, Lucas Clevenger, Caleb Connell, Elizabeth Cunningham, Amber Davis, Sheila Deir, Devon Demarcus, Matthew Denne, Derrick Fretwell, Krisena Gall, Garrett Greene, Bradley Hardison, Kaitlin Harp, Trey Helms, Catherine Holmes, Elizabeth Howe, Allison Hoyland, Christopher Hunt, Ashlee Johnson, Antwan Jones, McKenzie Jones, Mark Justice, Samantha Keen, Rachel Keranovic, Sydney Lawson, Donovan Leslie, Ashley Locke, Kaylyn McEachron, Michael Melendez, Marta Mock, Sara Morgado, Ashton Morris, Gabriella Morton, Sean Mowbray, Charlie Nall, Taelin Nason, Christopher Noda, Zhana Parker, Brian Parmelee, Madison Phillips, Sarah Phillips, Jaqueline Pisall, Braden Potter-Dees, Paige Reed, Gunter Rogers, Nichole Simmons, David Simoneau, Jordan Smith, David Stout, Jared Sutherland, Joseph Timbang, Elmer Turner, Spyros Vallianos, Ashlyn Vallon, Savannah Way, Trevor Wheeler, Hunter Wiley, and Brandon Williams. AB 12th Grade Ashley Allen, Nathan Barnes, Kristyn Barney, Antonio Berrocal, Marcy Blackman, Justina Branch, Krystina Brannon, Sarah Bright, Mariah Brooks, Mark Bullard, Raymond Burch, Stephanie Burgett, Katie Cable, Taylor Caris, Sidney Catt, Franklin Cheek, Cherie Clopton, Jaysea Coates, Courtney Creel, Abigail Croaker, Sarah Dawson, Nicholas Duffy, Morganne Ferguson, Victor Ffrench, Taylor Flocken, Jason Goings, Andrea Harris, Karissa Hebner, Kala Herington, Paul Holmes, Jalisa Hoskins, Viktoria Hunter, Kathrine Hutcheson, Chelsea Jackson, Cierrah Jackson, Nicholas Jarina, Abrea Johnson, Joseph Joiner, Mara Klee, Heidi Knecht, Anthony Laughman, Tyler Leach, Stephen Leleux, Dane Locklin, Carby Lohr, Timothy Manning, Jordan Martin, Katie Martin, Joshua Matheny, Joel Mathews, Miranda Melvin, Joseph Montgomery, Dustin Morris, Adrian Morton, Phyllis Nared, Chancellor Netzer, Ryan Novacic, Tekla Pawelkoski, Michael Peberdy, Carissa Penton, Brianna Pickett, Sarah Prine, Nichole Radomski, Travis Ramsay, Justin Redd, Zachary Reid, Angelina Reyes, Jessica Robertson, Jarrett Ruedy, Jeremy Schepper, Christopher Small, Katharine Smith, Holli Stevens, Sarah Stewart, Dillon Tedder, Bridgett Thomason, Katie Thompson, Desiree Velasquez, Nicholas Wagner, Tyler Wessling, Jesse Williams-Houchin, Kenneth Winslow, James Wise, Jessica Wood, Katherine Worley, Zachary Wright, and Paul Young. 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Local B6 | Santa Rosas Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 Please fill out this section provided then mail or bring entries to The Santa Rosa Press Gazette 6629 Elva Street, Milton, Florida 32570 Name: Address: Telephone: 1. Unscramble the most business names you can. Scrambled names are separated by word but words may not be in correct sequence. In case of a tie, winners will be drawn. 2. Send or bring your entry to The Santa Rosa Press Gazette, 6629 Elva Street, Milton, Florida 32570 by noon on Monday, December 12, 2011. 3. Only one winner per household and employees of The Santa Rosa Press Gazette and their families are ineligible to win. 4. Drawings will be held on December 13, 2011 at 1 pm and the winners will be notified by telephone and published in The Santa Rosa Press Gazette on December 14, 2011. 5. No photocopies accepted. dvdais ecppaainl vsceeri sotac scnoi rlaedem locegel saopcanel atset ohes rrpaei niswol sfigt efni rml nda weyejrl ruqoil eth resto lashl rdrwaahe pana notlim het sup etors cape miredese ldo mtyeh fase dna kalcsr klco repsic dan cin stesaosica deisni pusezirrs himst edeid moeh sewli naluref ganctniuco nci yutqie

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Santa Rosas Press Gazette| B7 Saturday, November 26, 2011 All-A Honor Roll: Second grade Andrew: Rueben Retherford Calloway: Madison Devito and Alora Glenn. Langham: Robert Bankich, Gavin Fisher, Michaela Fisher, and Ismael Ontiveros. Lewallen: Sarah Kinnard Rhodes: T. J. Fahr, Lindsey Hawkins, Reagan Hayes, Marlee Middleton, Ethan Pensyl, and Christian Valarezo. Smith: Hadley Capen, James Hu, and Grifn Hutto. Smithey: Carys Grossheim, Rebecca Fuller, and Cole Jablonski Wiley: Gunnar Tullus, Leah Sallee, Aidan Douglas, and Jordan Fuller. All-A Honor Roll: Third grade Buchanan: McKinley Johnson, Maegan Mallett, Autumn McLaurin, Nadia Mrahi, and Adam Nguyen. Bullock: Kendall Boddy, Cooper Cannon, Maegan Grissom, Caden Rampino, and Brooke Sproat. Dixon: Bella Arce, Erin Bush, Cash Daffern, Isabella Hardy, Itali Jones, and Shay Shively. Middleton: McCalister Kennison, Hannah Spaar, and Sydney White. Roberts: Spencer Bond, Jacob Isaaeson, and William Langham Windham: Landon Bowden, James Clark, Rachel Goff, Kyle Neel, and Savannah Register. White: Heather Barlow, Joslyn Patiz, and Cayden Rogers. All-A Honor Roll: Fourth grade Santo: Anastasia Boshard, Macy Hawkins, Hunter Kimball, and Ashlynn Welch. Williams: Cassi Bennett, Gracyn Smith, Blake Bullock, Jane Burbank, Jennah Dean, McGreggor Kennison, Lorenzo Nolasco, and Andrea Stainrod. Kasper: Josey Gregory, Raquel Ontiveros, Alexandra Paravalos, and Bain Williamson. Hanna: Nya Arce, Logan Daniel, Breanne Eisner, Raeden Gagliano, Shayna Hendricks, Gabe Simmons, Kobe Hesters, and Savannah Kelly. McGuire: Charles Laforte and Valorie Roberts. Utke: Robin Bitely, Ethan Daley, Chase Eby, Cole Schlossberg, and Austin Sheldon. All-A Honor Roll: Fifth grade Brandt: Sydney Hawkins and Kaylie Sims. Colyer: Abigail Hayes, Allison Shook, and Kaitlyn Verity. Jacobs: Clara Dunlap, Kaylee Faulkner, Earin Holland, Gabriel Johnson, Alyssa Jones, Malia Nord, and Devon Parsch. Metzler: Michenna Allen Snowden: Courtney Boddy, Payton Lewis, and Cole Wyatt. Weber: Brandon Sproat, Sarah Zaghloul, and Lucy Hu. AB Honor Roll: Second grade Andrew: Raven Bashard, Caleb Clark, Arin Cruz, Kendall Grimes, Aryana Hughes, Dylan Parsch, Shane Peddicord, Isabelle Sahlin, Garrett Schiebe, Natalie Sterling, and Mattias Stigler. Calloway: Jared Anderson, Justin Barber, Zachary Biggs, Jonathan Kimbo, Reauna Maughon, Caleb Proffen, Logan Wallace, Zac Wilder, Alexia Scharf, Kellen Binder, and Aly Bennett. Langham: Arilynne Barbier, Marina Brenke, Aedan Hahn, Kali Hesters, Cielee Hollon, and Dylan Pham. Lewallen: Amaya Berry, Amanda Dunlap, Jacob Gehrs, Kylie Grimes, Alicia Haley, Sarah Kinnard, Logan Lachney, Nathan Likovetz, Jenna Morris, Wesleigh Outland, and Xander Barnette. Rhodes: Joshua Agcaoili, Matthew Agcaoili, Heaven Brandt, Dayna Casey, Mason Emmons, Breeana Metzler, Britney Rawls, and Charlie Terrill. Smith: Hannah Bowman, Chayce Cannon, Anthony Chaney, Jacob Fisher, Austin Graves, Matthew Pearson, Savannah Smith, Toby Thomas, and Conner Tomey. Smithey: Brayden Craddock, Seth Cutchins, Dylan Davis, Charley Gagliano, Madison Leonardo, Mikayla Mclaurin, Autumn Franklin, and Danielle Waller. Wiley: Ashton Beeman, Autumn Hinson, Haley Jones, Leilani Sligar, and Nick Urbanic. AB Honor Roll: Third grade Buchanan: Troy Frasier, Talmadge Hale, Paige Mackinder, Noah Peak, and Kameron Smith. Bullock: Jet Blair, Lee Burke, Wyatt Dillon, Kaitlyn King, Sarah King, Garrett McClelland, Malorie Miller, Kaitlyn Panko, and Rashaun Pettus. Dixon: Aiden Coleman, Libby Hays, Madison Merritt, Trenton Norton, Leon Petitt, Ryan Snell, and Ethan Ziegler. Middleton: Noah Ansley, Gavin Brandt, Travis Cheatham, Irving Esobedo, Connor McKnight, Jaylee Miracle, and Elizabeth Spaar. Roberts: Emily Barbaree, Katelynn Edmonds, David Fitzsimons, Noah Gaines, Katelyn Green, Madalyn Parker, Grace Sahlin, Brooklynn Smithey, and David Tullus. Windham: Chyenne Bartholomew, Madison Botts, Haven Bowman, Elizabeth Farley, and Wyatt Goodale. White: Seth Baker, Trey Burke, Shali Burnett, Olivia Confusione, Kevin Elliot, Abigal Harper, and Jalen West. AB Honor Roll: Fourth grade Santo: Brayden Clark, Jennah Gibson, Christopher Gomillion, Reagan Corley, Micah Higgins, Devon Jackson, Chance Keeney, Dylan Pierce, Hudson Ragland, Elijah Savage, Riley Warrick, and Tyler Wells. Williams: Madalyn Jay, Selena Jacks, Nicole Pratt, Tristan Smith, James Tracey, Zachary Stabler, Madison Vaks, Hunter Watson, Daniel Barlow, and Nathan Berry. Kasper: Jonathan Nowling, Cameron Scharf, Andrea Varela, Caleb Blazier, John Holmes, Autumn King, Giselle Marrero, Rilen McLaughlin, Hannah Likovetz, Tommy Pipkin, Ethan Robertson, and Tyler Tracey. Hanna: Jasmine Casy, Hallie Carter, David Collie, Ashlynn Cutchins, Jacob Sallee, and Jimaya Moore. McGuire: Fiona Donegan, Caylee Fisher, Rebecca Hardy, Alissa Smith, Colton Thurman, Alexandra Wagner, and Jake Wolden. Utke: James Billhimer, Blessing Hommerbocker, Timothy Williams, Summer Rogers, Katie Rolin, Camden Archbell, Archie Beduya, Thomas Barton, Summer Yohn, Morgen Leonardo, and Erin Albritton. AB Honor Roll: Fifth grade Brandt: Thomas Bushart, Makai Gagliano, Autumn Hart, Alexis Jones, and Kayleigh Merritt. Colyer: Kaitlyn Elliott, Tyler Emmons, Kristien Everett, Tyler Emmons, Kristien Everett, and Jason Hallford. Jacobs: Kenzie Cooke, Karrin Greeneld, Christopher Kingry, Raven Lavoie, Ashley Panko, Hailee Snell, Alexander Then, and Alayna Williamson. Metzler: Madison Cook, Michael Everet, Adriana Hagan, Payton Hall, Meagan Harper, Alexis Mosco, Madisen Perkins, and Samantha Thomas. Samms: Austin Beeman, Ethan Binder, Dreama Byrd, Sariah Colvin, Brandon Connor, Cayleigh Glorioso, Nini Huynh, Austin Lloyd, Chloe Tingstrom, Dina Weaver, and Amanda York. Snowden: Mackenzie Cueno, Melia Glass, Lauren Holley, Drake Jones, Macy Neal, Alena Weaver, Addison Wyatt, and Alyssa Wyatt. Weber: Kevin Thomas, Cody Barbier, David Barton, Delaney Fisher, Erica Fisher, Alicia Hamid, Vivi Huynh, Grace Smith, and Sabrina Stabler. Local PEA RIDGE ELEMENTARY HONOR ROLL: FIRST NINE WEEKS

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ClassifiedsB8| Santa Rosa’s Press Gazette Saturday, November 26, 2011 11/956 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Mary M. Johnson, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida, will on December 15, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at www.santarosa.realforeclose.c om, in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes offer for sale, and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the following described real property situated in Santa Rosa County, Florida: LOT 4, BLOCK H AND LOT 16, BLOCK N, ASHLEY PLANTATION PHASE TWO, A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGES 9,10,11,12 AND 13 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND LOT 21, BLOCK Q, AHSLEY PLANTATION PHASE THREE, A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGES 22, 23 ,24, AND 25 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY. pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment in Foreclosure entered in a case pending in said Court, the style of which is SYNOVUS BANK, a Georgia banking corporation, formerly known as COLUMBUS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, as successor in interest through name change and by merger with COMMUNITY BANK AND TRUST OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA d/b/a COASTAL BANK AND TRUST, Plaintiff, vs. ERIC R. WALLER and ANGELA W. WALLER, husband and wife, and ASHLEY PLANTATION HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., Defendants. and the docket number of which is 2011 CA 000135. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim with the clerk of the court within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you 11/954 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 10001432CA CIRCUIT CIVIL VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE, INC., a Tennessee corporation authorized to transact business in Florida, Plaintiff, vs. DONNIE LEE CURTIS WHITE MARTIN A/K/A DONNIE LEE CURTIS WHITE A/K/A DONNA L. MARTIN; and MACK DEE MARTIN A/K/A MACK D. MARTIN, WIFE AND HUSBAND, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Plaintiff’s Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on November 17, 2011 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on December 14, 2011 at 11:00 A.M. (CST), on the Front Steps of the Santa Rosa County Courthouse, located at 6865 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570, the following described property: Commence at the Northwest corner of Section 16, Township 2 North, Range 26 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida and thence East 3025 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence South 100 feet; thence East 400 feet; thence North 100 feet; thence West 400 feet to the Point of Beginning. Property Address: 11239 Boundary Line Road, Milton, FL 32583. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: November 18, 2011. MARY M. JOHNSON, CLERK SANTA ROSA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By: A. Watson Deputy Clerk 11/26 & 12/3 11/954 11/941 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2011 CA 000548 HANCOCK BANK, as assignee of the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, RECEIVER OF PEOPLES FIRST COMMUNITY BANK, Plaintiff, v. LAURA C. KOCH, JOEL E. MCKOWN, CAROL D. MCKOWN and BY THE SEA COMMUNITY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida non-profit corporation Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO DEFENDANT: CAROL D. MCKOWN, including but not limited to all of the heirs, devisees or assigns of CAROL D. MCKOWN, if alive, and if dead, her unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, judgment creditors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under or against her YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint has been filed in the above-entitled Court by HANCOCK BANK, as assignee of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver of Peoples First Community Bank, against the above-referenced Defendants in a suit to foreclose: (1) that certain Mortgage, dated May 13, 2005, executed and delivered by Laura C. Koch, Joel E. McKown, and Carol D. McKown in favor of Peoples First Community Bank, as recorded in Official Records Book 2450, Page 381, of the public records of Santa Rosa, Florida, and assigned to Hancock Bank by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver of Peoples First Community Bank pursuant to that certain Assignment of Note, Mortgage and Loan Documents, dated December 18, 2009, and recorded on June 21, 2010, in Official Records Book 2983, Page 1494 of the Public Records of Santa Rosa County, Florida (collectively, “Mortgage-1”), covering the following described real and personal property, to-wit: Lot 16, Block A, a subdivision known as By The Sea, being a portion of Township 2 South, Range 27 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida, according to Plat recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 98, of the public records of said county; and (2) that certain Mortgage, dated May 13, 2005, executed and delivered by Defendants and recorded in Official Records Book 2450, Page 396, of the public records of Santa Rosa County, Florida, Laura C. Koch, Joel E. McKown, and Carol D. McKown in favor of Peoples First Community Bank, and assigned to Hancock Bank by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver of Peoples First Community Bank pursuant to that certain Assignment of Note, Mortgage and Loan Documents, dated December 18, 2009, and recorded on June 21, 2010, in Official Records Book 2983, Page 1498 of the Public Records of Santa Rosa County, Florida (collectively, “Mortgage-2”), covering the following described real and personal property, to-wit: Lot 15, Block A, a subdivision known as By The Sea, being a portion of Township 2 South, Range 27 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida, according to Plat recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 98, of the public records of said county. You are notified and required to file your answer, pleadings and written defenses, if any, to said Complaint with the Clerk of the said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or the Plaintiff’s attorney, Matthew C. Hoffman, Esq. of Carven, Darden, Koretzky, Tessier, Finn, Blossman & Areaux, LLC, 801 W. Romana Street, Suite A, Pensacola, Florida, 32502, no later than thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice, otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief sought in the Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in Santa Rosa County, Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court at Santa Rosa County, Florida, this 8th day of November, 2011. MARY M. JOHNSON as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By: Leslie Baker DEPUTY CLERK 11/19 & 11/26 11/941 11/937 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE No. 572009CA001387CAXXXX WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF SARM 2005-15, PLAINTIFF VS. DAVID L. FOXWORTH, ET AL. DEFENDANT(S). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated July 21, 2010 in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Santa Rosa, Florida, on December 14, 2011, at 11:00 a.m., at North steps of courthouse PO Box 472, Milton, FL 32572-0472 for the following described property: LOT 33, TIGER LAKE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK G, PAGE 27, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. DATED: 11/8/11 By: Mary English Deputy Clerk of the Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL “If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Ms. Sheila A. Sims at 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL 32502; telephone number 850-595-4400 two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8770.” 11/19 & 11/26 11/937 11/935 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 2011-CP-295 DIVISION: A IN RE: Estate of META M. PAFENBERG, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of META M. PAFENBERG deceased, File Number 2011-CP-295, is pending in the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida 32570. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated 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 NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is November 17, 2011. /S/Gerald J. Pafenberg GERALD J. PAFENBERG 3234 Fernwood Drive Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 /s/Karl W. Boyles, Jr, Esquire KARL W. BOYLES, JR, ESQUIRE Attorney at Law 212 W. Cervantes Street (32501) P.O. Box 13464 Pensacola, FL 32591-3464 (850) 433-9225 FLORIDA BAR #145909 Attorney for Personal Representative 11/19 & 11/23 11/935 11/936 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 57-2011-CA-000939 Division No. Section. ROSE ACCEPTANCE, INC. Plaintiff(s), vs. ALFRED TODD, et. al. Defendant(s) / NOTICE OF ACTION (Constructive Service) TO: ANY UNKNOWN PARTY WHO MAY CLAIM AS HEIR, DEVISEE, GRANTEE, ASSIGNEE, LIENOR, CREDITOR, TRUSTEE OR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST, BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF CATHERINE TODD A/K/A CATHERINE WHEAT TODD DECEASED Residence Unknown and if living, including any unknown spouse of the Defendant, if remarried and if said Defendant is dead, his/her respective unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, lienors, and trustees, and all other persons claiming by, through, under or against the named Defendant; and the aforementioned named Defendant and such of the aforementioned unknown Defendant and such of the unknown named Defendant as may be infants, incompetents or otherwise not sui juris. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property, to-wit: COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 1, SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 29 WEST, SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, THENCE WEST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT 520 FEET, THENCE NORTH 220 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 110 FEET, THENCE WEST 140 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 110 FEET, THENCE EAST 140 FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING, BEING LOT 27 OF AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION. TOGETHER WITH A 1951 ROYH HOUSE TRAILER ID#9008, TITLE #14988862. INCLUDES A 1999 FWHI MOBILE HOME SERIAL NUMBERS GAFLW34A28606CE23 & GAFLW34B28606CE23. has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defense, if any, to it on Plaintiff’s attorney, GILBERT GARCIA GROUP, PA, whose address is 2005 Pan Am Circle, Suite 110, Tampa, Florida 33607, on or before 30 days from first publication, and file the original with the Clerk of the Circuit Court either before service on Plaintiff’s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on November 10, 2011. MARY M. JOHNSON, Clerk SANTA ROSA County, Florida CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By: Leslie Baker Deputy Clerk 11/19 & 11/26 11/936 11/955 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 10-1800CA COMMUNITY WEST BANK, a national banking corporation f/k/a Goleta National Bank Plaintiff, vs. THE CLUB FAMILY SPORTS COMPLEX, INC. a Florida corporation f/k/a TERRAGONA STREET PROPERTY, INC., a Florida corporation, CHARLES A. EMLING, III a/k/a CHARLES ALEXIS EMLING, III, and PENNY E. EMLING Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Clerk of Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida, pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause, will sell at 11:00 a.m. C.S.T. at the North Front Door of the Santa Rosa County Courthouse 6865 Caroline Street in Santa Rosa County, Milton, Florida on the 15 day of December, 2011, the following described parcel of real property, to-wit: That certain real property lying and being in Santa Rosa County, Florida and being more particularly described as follows: EXHIBIT “A” Parcel “A”: Commence at the Northwest corner of Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida; Thence go South 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East along the West line of the aforesaid Section 31 a distance of 165.13 feet to the Point of Beginning, said point being on the Southerly right of way line of State Road No. 30 (U.S. Highway #98, 160’ R/W) and being in a curve having a radius of 5629.65 feet; thence go along the said curve to the right in a Northeasterly direction an arc distance of 338.00 feet (chord distance = 337.95 feet, chord bearing = North 73 degrees 04 minutes 20 seconds East); thence departing the aforesaid right of way line of U.S. Highway #98 go South 03 degrees 33 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 300.00 feet; thence go South 73 degrees 04 minutes 58 seconds West a distance of 338.19 feet to the aforesaid West line of section 31; thence go North 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 300 feet to the Point of Beginning. The above described parcel of land is situated in Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida. AND Parcel “B”: Commence at the Northwest corner of Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida; Thence go South 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East along the West line of the aforesaid Section 31 a distance of 165.13 feet to a point on the Southerly right of way line of State Road #30 (U.S. Highway #98, 160’ R/W); thence continue along the aforesaid West line of Section 31 South 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 300 feet to the Point of Beginning; thence go North 73 degrees 04 minutes 58 seconds East a distance of 338.19 feet; thence go South 03 degrees 33 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 978.28 feet; thence go South 84 degrees 35 minutes 45 seconds west a distance of 330.00 feet to the aforesaid West line of Section 31; thence go North 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 910.77 feet to the Point of Beginning. The above described parcel of land is situated in Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida. Together with a perpetual easement for ingress, egress and utility purposes over and across that portion of Parcel C, Crane Cove, a subdivision of a portion of Section 36, Township 2 South, Range 29 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida, according to Plat recorded in Plat Book G, at page 21, of the public records of said County, lying immediately adjacent to the following described property: Beginning at the Northwest Corner of Lot 4, Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida, and then run East three and one-half degrees North a distance of 330 feet; thence South Three and one-half degrees East a distance of 1320 feet; thence West Three and a half degrees South 330 feet; thence North three and a half degrees West a distance of 1320 feet to the Point of Beginning. Less and excepting therefrom that portion thereof lying within Unied States Highway #98 (160’ R/W). (Said property being otherwise described as the West 330 feet of the North 1320 feet of Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida, less that portion lying within U.S. Highway #98). More particularly described as: Commence at the Northwest corner of Section 31, Township 2 South, Range 28 West, Santa Rosa County, Florida; thence go South 03 degress 30 minutes 00 seconds East along the West line of said section a distance of 165.13 feet to the Point of Beginning, said point being on the Southerly right of way line of State Road #30 (U.S. Highway #98, 160 foot right of way) and being in a curve having a radius of 5629.65 feet; thence go along said curve to the right in a Northeasterly direction an arc distance of 338.01 feet (chord distance = 337.956 feet, chord bearing = North 73 degrees 04 minutes 20 seconds East); thence departing said right of way line go South 03 degrees 33 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 1278.28 feet: thence go South 84 degrees 35 minutes 45 seconds West a distance of 330 feet; thence go North 03 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 1210.77 feet to the Point of Beginning. Together with all of Mortgagors rights under that Partial Assignment of Perpetual Drainage Easement as recorded in O.R. Book 1614 at page 1781 of the public records of Santa Rosa County, Florida. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THE SALE. In accordance with F.S. 45.031(3), the successful high bidder, if other than the Plaintiff, shall post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five (5) percent of the final bid or $1,000.00, whichever is less. The balance shall be paid to the Clerk within twenty-four hours of the sale; otherwise the Clerk shall re-advertise the sale and pay all costs of the sale from the deposit. Any remaining funds shall be applied toward the judgment. THIS NOTICE dated this 18 day of November, 2011. Mary M. Johnson, Santa Rosa County Clerk of Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL BY: Brandy Norris Deputy Clerk 11/26 & 12/3 11/955 11/952 NOTICE OF SALE To be sold for the lien owed for charges of towing and storage. The vehicle will be sold to the highest bidder to satisfy the lien on the vehicle. The sale will be held at JR’s Paint & Body, 5933 Graham Lane. Milton in Santa Rosa County in the State of Florida. The following Vehicle(s) is/are being held for the above claimed lien: Year: 1997 Make: Pontiac Model: Bonneville VIN: 1G2HX5216VH232424 The registered and/or legal owners are: OWNER: Bryan Todd Dwyer 3014 Sidewinder Loop Crestview, FL 32536 LIEN HOLDER: N/A INSURANCE CO: Progressive Am. Ins -Salvage Dept 5920 Landerbrook Dr.; Box L31A Mayfield Hieghts, OH 44124 Amount to towing is $90.00, Lien Filing Fee of $300.00, Storage Charges of $95.88 as of November 7, 2011, plus additional storage fees of $15.00 per day plus sales tax. This said sale will be held on December 9, 2011 at 10:00 AM (cst). If the owner cares to recover said vehicle they may bring the amount of the charges in cash only before the date of sale to JR’S Paint & Body and the vehicle will be surrendered to them. This sale is in accordance with FL Statute 713.78 TOWING COMPANY J.R. SIMS 11/26 11/952 11/942 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1st JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY Case #: 2009-CA-001830 DIVISION: A JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association Plaintiff, -vs.Barry Chavers and Denise Chavers, Husband and Wife. Defendant(s). AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale dated November 7, 2011 entered in Civil Case No. 2009-CA-001830 of the Circuit Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit in and for Santa Rosa County, Florida, wherein JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff and Barry Chavers and Denise Chavers, Husband and Wife are defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, AT THE NORTH FRONT DOOR OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT 6865 CAROLINE STREET, MILTON, FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME, December 14, 2011, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT 4, BLOCK 4, TURKEY CREEK ESTATES, A SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK D, PAGE 9, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. DATED at MILTON, Florida, this 8 day of November, 2011. M. English MARY M. JOHNSON CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Santa Rosa County, Florida CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE, LLP 4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd. Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33614 (813) 880-8888 11/19 & 11/26 11/942 11/940 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids Will Be Received From Pre-qualified Contractors By The Santa Rosa County School Board, At The Office Of The Assistant Superintendent For Administrative Services, 6544 Firehouse Road, Upstairs Conference Room (Maintenance Building)(850)983-5123, Milton, Florida, Until 2:00 PM, Local Time, TUESDAY, December 6, 2011, At Which Time And Place All Bids Will Be Publicly Opened And Read Aloud, For The Construction Of “CHUMUCKLA ELEMENTARY -FOUR CLASSROOM ADDITION” For The School Board Of Santa Rosa County, Florida. Any Bids Received After Closing Will Be Returned Unopened. All contractors for educational facilities are hereby notified that to be eligible to bid on school projects they must be pre-qualified. Contact the Board at the above address for information on pre-qualifying. General Contractors may obtain One Set of Printed Documents from Bay Area Blueprint, 700 S. Pace Blvd., Pensacola, FL 32502 Upon Receipt of a Deposit Of $250.00 Per Set (made payable to DAG Architects). Deposit Will Be Refunded Provided That Plans And Specifications Are Returned In Original Condition To The Architect Within Seven (7) Days After Bid Date And, Further, Provided That The Contractor Submit A Bona Fide Bid. All Documents can also be viewed online at www.bayareablue.com. Click Plan Room on left of page and click register now then follow instructions. Bids shall be submitted on the form supplied by the Architect. Each bid must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of 5% of the base bid as guarantee that the successful bidder will enter into a written contract with the Owner and furnish a 100% “Performance Bond” and a 100% “Labor and Material Payment Bond” satisfactory to the Owner. A Mandatory Pre Bid Meeting Will Be Held Monday, November 28, 2011 (8:30 am -9:30 am) at the school. Please check in at the front office. The Purpose Of This Meeting Is To Allow All Bidders Access To The Site In Order That They May Familiarize Themselves With All Existing Conditions That Relate To The Project. The Owner Reserves the Right to Waive Informalities in Bidding and Reject Any and All Bids. By Tim Wyrosdick, Superintendent of Schools 11/19, 11/26 & 12/3 11/940

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Buncombe County File Number: 11 CVS 03708 To: Shawn Stewart and unknown Husband(s), if any: Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above-referenced action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: Quiet Title and Declaratory Judgment regarding the real property located at 35 Spencer Road, Candler, Buncombe County, North Carolina. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than December 22, 2011 and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This 12 day of November, 2011. Christopher M. Theriault, Esq. Attorney for Citimortgage, Inc. 720 North 3rd Street, Suite 201 Wilmington, NC 28401 (910) 772-0677 11/12, 19 & 26 11/919 Incorrect Insertion PolicyFor Classified In-column AdvertisersAll ads placed by phone are read back to the advertiser to insure correctness. The newspaper will assume correctness at the time of the read-back procedure unless otherwise informed. Please your ad. Advertisers are requested to check the advertisement on the first insertion for correctness. Errors should be reported immediately. Your Florida Freedom newspaper will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion, nor will it be liable for any error in advertisements to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied by the error. Any copy change, during an ordered schedule constitutes a new ad and new charges. We do not guarantee position of ANY ad under any classification. are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Sheila Sims, 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL (850)595-4400 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand and the official seal of this Honorable Court this 18 day of November, 2011. MARY M. JOHNSON Clerk of the Circuit Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By Brandy Norris Deputy Clerk MELISSA HOLLEY PAINTER Florida Bar No. 0144177 Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, Bond & Stackhouse Suite 800, 125 West Romana Street P. O. Box 13010 Pensacola, Florida 32591-3010 (850) 434-9200 Attorneys for Plaintiff 11/26 & 12/3 11/956 11/957 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Mary M. Johnson, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa County, Florida, will on December 15 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at www.santarosa.realforeclose.c om, in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes offer for sale, and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the following described real property situated in Santa Rosa County, Florida: LOTS 23 AND 37, BLOCK F AND LOT 7, BLOCK E, ASHLEY PLANTATION PHASE TWO, A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGES 9, 10, 11, 12 AND 13 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment in Foreclosure entered in a case pending in said Court, the style of which is SYNOVUS BANK, a Georgia banking corporation, formerly known as COLUMBUS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, as successor in interest through name change and by merger with COMMUNITY BANK AND TRUST OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA d/b/a COASTAL BANK AND TRUST, Plaintiff, vs. ERIC R. WALLER and ANGELA W. WALLER, husband and wife, and ASHLEY PLANTATION HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., Defendants. and the docket number of which is 2011 CA 000131. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim with the clerk of the court within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Sheila Sims, 190 Governmental Center, 5th Floor, Pensacola, FL (850)595-4400 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand and the official seal of this Honorable Court this 18 day of November, 2011. MARY M. JOHNSON Clerk of the Circuit Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By A. Watson Deputy Clerk MELISSA HOLLEY PAINTER Florida Bar No. 0144177 Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, Bond & Stackhouse Suite 800, 125 West Rornana Street P. O. Box 13010 Pensacola, Florida 32591-3010 (850) 434-9200 Attorneys for Plaintiff 11/26 & 12/3 11/957

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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: 11-26-2011
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Saturdayi,November 26, 2011 F~ind breaking news at www.srpressgazette.com 75 cents


Cannd drive turns into comaetition


By Bill Gamblin
news~.srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County Board
of Commissioners will meet
Wednesday afternoon to discuss
incentives for a company looking
at the building currently occupied
by Clearwire.
The prospect, dubbed Proj-
ect Vortex by TEAMI Santa Rosa,
learned about the building's avail-
ability through press reports as
Clearwire's future was discussed
in the media.
Project Vortex involves approx-


imately 700 jobs in the tech sup-
port/call center service industry.
Santa Rosa County is the only
location in Florida the company
is looking at, but according to Ildi
Hosman, public relations director
and media specialist for TEAMI,
there is a small handful of other
sites being considered.
"This company is looking to
get started in early 2012," Hos-
man said. "They actually contact-
ed Cindy Anderson at home when
they learned about the build-
ing and were here to meet with
TEAMI and other representatives


the next week."
According to sources close to
the Press Gazette, representatives
from Clearwire were included in
the meetings as both companies
talked and discussed the training
and knowledge of the workforce in
the area necessary to fill the jobs.
The commissioners will discuss
on the possible inclusion of Super
Qualified Target Industry funding
as part of an incentive package at
4:30 p.m.
The proposed 700 jobs involved
in Project Vortex would pay slight-
ly below the average wage.


The Clearwire building, which
is owned by Terhaar and Cronley,
still remains the subject of a $5 mil-
lion lawsuit brought forth by the
Pensacola owners of the building,
who are also members of TEAMI
Santa Rosa's board.
It is unknown if Project Vortex
selects the Santa Rosa County In-
dustrial Park site or how it could
affect the lawsuit brought by Ter-
haar and Cronley.
Terhaar and Cronley filed their
lawsuit in September.
To see frequently asked ques-
tions on TEAMI, see Page A3.


Jay man


Of f Sted









By Bill Gamblin
news~srpressgazette.com
Numerous officers re-
sponded to Green Rowell
Road in Jay Sunday afternoon
following a call
that a shot had





Scott Hoomes,
42, who was
ELLS SOTT charged with
HOOMES two counts
of simple as-
sault, one count of assault on
a person 65 or older, battery
on a person 65 or older, and
burglary with assault or bat-
tery, all of which are domes-
tic violence-related charges.
Hoomes remains lodged in the
Santa Rosa County Jail with
his bond set at $10,000.
According to Hoomes' ar-
rest report, there had been
an ongoing family dispute re-
garding an easement into the
property owned by Hoomes'
sister,
When officers questioned
Hoomes, he said he had got-
ten into an argument with
someone about a gate that
blocked access to the ease-
ment, went into the house to
retrieve the rifle and shot it
into the ground. Hoomes told
the officer it helped him re-
lieve stress.
During the investigation,
according to the report, a
second deputy who respond-
ed to the scene advised that
Hoomes had reached into a
person's vehicle, grabbed the
front of his shirt and ripped it.
Hoomes admitted to reach-
ing into the vehicle and grab-
bing the shirt of the driver.
After that, Hoomes said he got
the rifle from him home and
drove his mule, an ATV to the
property line separating his
and his sister's property.
The report went on to state
that Hoomes parked the ATV
across the road, thus blocking
the path of the person he got
into an argument with, and
later shot the rifle, but it did
not indicate what direction or
location the rifle was fired.
Hoomes told officers he
also wanted to pursue charg-
es against his sister and her
husband, who started arguing
with him as he left and report-
edly pulled a knife on him.
Hoomes' brother-in-law

whilehwligi ro dsshac
cording to the report. Then he
heard his wife calling for him.
WhWn Hoomes' tsi ter and
her hsand went t eave
their home, Hoomes reported-
ly came charging at their truck

anA crnd na to te a rt re-
port, the brother-in-law put his
hand on the hilt of his knife, at
which time Hoomes picked up
a large chain and began ad-
vancing toward them with the
chain raised above his head.
Both told officers they feared
for their safety when Hoomes
was advancing on them.
No charges were filed
against Hoomes' brother-in-
law.


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino~srpressgazette.
com
Sometimes success
has a price.
For the children at
Avalon Middle School,
winning a can drive put
on by The Anchor Club
by collecting nearly 1,400
canned goods won them
entertainment for their
lunch period and the
embarrassment of their
educators.
The entertainment
included watching their
teachers kiss a pig,
watching employees pie
each other in the face
and watching their own
principal, David Sigurn-
jak, eat dog food with
just a touch of hot sauce.
The celebration was
part of a canned drive,
turned into a competi-
tion by each lunch pe-
riod at the school. The
canned drive started
Nov. 9 and was held for


approximately seven
days. Each lunch period
was given awards based
on the number of canned
foods they were able to
bring in:
*100 canned items:
Teachers will dress fun-
ny for the day.
*200 items: Teachers
must dye their hair.
*300 items: Teachers
will kiss a pig.
*400 items: Teachers
will get pied in the face.
*500 items: Teachers
either eat dog food, or
male teachers will shave
their legs.
To save the embar-
rassment of girly legs,
some employees opted
out to shave their head
instead.
But through all the
embarrassment, stu-
dents had the pleasure of
knowing they were help-
ing feed families during
Thanksgiving.
A large majority of the
donated foods went to


Photos by MATHEW PELLEGRIN0 | Press Gazette
John Viveiros chose to get his head shaved instead of his legs to reward
students who helped make the Avalon Middle School canned food drive a
success. Inset: Lindsay Holladay works her magic on Prince Charming the
pig at the canned food drive on Friday.


Manna Food Banks, and
a small portion went to
help five needy children
in the school who were
less fortunate this holi-
day.


Tabitha Kosmas who
helped coordinate the
event said five children
were hand-selected, and
Avalon's The Anchor Club
supplied the families with


a free turkey.
Each of the three lunch
groups was awarded with
the presentation because
of their dedication to the
canned food drive.


Before
preparing
for his dog
food delig ha
AvIa on
Middle
School
principal I
David
Sigurnjak
piles on
some hot
sauce.


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino~srpressgazette.com
A month ago, parents of stu-
dents at Jay Elementary had a
surprise when the school handed
out bracelets that contained im-
ages of half naked women un-
derneath the fabric as part of a
reward for students.
The rewards were handed out
as incentives for good behavior
and academic success.
The news shook the small
town, and word of the bracelets
eventually reached the small
town of Sun Prairie, Wis., home of
the offices of Stuart Anders, the


inventor of the original Slap Wrap
bracelet.
Anders heard about the sto-
ry and decided to send 200 of
his bracelets to students at the
school for free along with a mes-
sage of encouragement for them
to reach for their goals.
The slap bracelets were ex-
pected to reach the school Thurs-
day, according to a release from
Anders' office.
Anders, who came up with
the slap bracelet concept in 1983,
said he was upset when he heard
the news about the grotesque
mistake.
"As the original inventor of the


Slap Wraps toy and as a former
school teacher, I felt compelled to
step in and make right the situa-
tion," Anders said.
The gesture from Anders
was more than Jay Elementary
School principal Danny Carnley
could have expected when he
heard the news.
"I never expected a call like
this from the inventor of the toys,"
Carnley said. "It's so nice that he
wants to do this for our students."
Anders said the bracelets the
school originally received were
"knock-offs" of his original inven-
tion that went to markets in the
'80s.


"I'm thrilled they are still popu-
lar, but very disappointed that the
kids at Jay Elementary received
such a poor example of this toy.
It's just one of the many knock-
off products that are available for
sale," Anders said. "It's a shame
when that happens."
Anders said he hopes the brace-
lets give students enjoyment, and
he placed a message of hope in
the form of a letter to each student
who receives the bracelet.
"I hadn't planned on being an
inventor. It just happened when
I followed my instincts and my
heart. I wish the same for all of
these students," Anders said.


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


M0nday 8:02 p.m
If you think this is an attack,
I am sorry.
For the love of God, if police
officers can start enforcing the
speed limit on Dogwood Drive
north of the Circle K.
There are people driving 80
and 90 miles an hour down that
road all the time. I can see you
sit across the street under the
Oak Tree, but that is not giving
out tickets.
Thank you, this is Monica.


Monday, 4:28 p.m.
Hello, I remember in the
80s when Scratch Ankle was
for non-profit organizations.
My group of folks helped raise
money to benefit students. It
was held on Stewart Street and
was always successful. Thanks
Barbara.


Monday 3 p.m
To the people who don't
do anything to make their
community beautiful for
Christmas, to criticize the
lights downtown is absolutely
ludicrous and, finally, on
the letter to the editor on


downtown business, I too
really liked it and would have
liked it more if it was remotely
accurate.

Monday 1:45 p.m
Also, I hope you can do a
story on the poor condition that
our historic Bagdad Cemetery
is in. It is terrible! Grass is
about knee high all over the
cemetery.

M nda 12:30 pm
I wonder if the Press
Gazette can do a story on
all the vacant/abandoned
dilapidated houses through


out SRC and find out why our
county code enforcement office
isn't doing anything about it
by forcing the owners to shape
the structure up or bulldoze it
down. Especially the old Milton
Animal Clinic and the old
Discount Auto Parts there at
Avalon Boulevard and Highway
90. These are eyesores for
our wonderful county and this
is why no large businesses
want to bring their business
to the area, because of all the
dilapidated eyesores.

Sunday, 7:04 p.m.
I can't believe that the
commissioners of Santa Rosa


County are allowing the fire
chief of the Avalon-Mulat Fire
District to use the county owned
fire chief's vehicle and county
owned gas to move his daughter
and her kids from the Avalon
area to Bagdad. That's what U-
Haul's and Penske's are for, not
county owned fire vehicles. Next
thing you know, the FBI will be
coming back investigating as to
why county commissioners are
allowing this to happen. This is
your tax dollars at work people!

Editor's note: We have to
question if the chief was on
call or not. If e was on call, he
would need his vehicle if afire
broke out.


Special to the Press Gazette

The lines between Black
Friday and Cyber Monday
seem to be getting blurred.
The National Retail Federa-
tion estimates that nearly
one-quarter of shoppers
plan to keep track of Black
Friday deals by seeking out
coupon websites and nearly
a third plan to track coupons
retailers email directly to
them. And social media will
play a large role this shop-
ping season with nearly one-
third of shoppers planning
to check out retailers' Pace-
book pages.
InMobi's Holiday Mobile
Shopping Study estimates
that 60 million mobile users
plan to shop on their devic-
es, with 21 million planning
to make purchases directly
from their handset. Even
more amazing is that 15


percent of shoppers plan to
make a purchase on their
mobile device while in a
store.
Whether in the store or
online, BBB offers advice to
help you with your holiday
shopping:
Budget your shopping
money and stick to it. Avoid
impulse buys.
Look for the details on
every sale and understand
the specifics.
Advertising can be tricky;
don't get stuck paying more
for an item than you expect-
ed.
Credit card offers from a
store will offer a discount on
your purchase but may also
carry high interest rates.
Keep all receipts and
warranty information for
each item purchased.
Fraudulent charges are
easier to fix if you pay with


a credit card than a debit
card.
Return policies differ
with every store. Make sure
you know the conditions for
returns and exchanges, in-
cluding whether restocking
fees are charged.
If you purchase a gift
card, look for hidden terms
that can decrease its value.
Don't leave your wallet,
credit card or purse on a
counter or in an unattended
shopping cart.
Ask for a store manager
if any advertised offer does
not match the price listed on
an item.
Yelling at store employ-
ees and other customers
won't make the lines short-
er.
Credit cards provide the
most protection if someone
steals the credit card num-
her or if you don't receive an
ordered item. Keep an eye
on your statements to detect
suspicious or fraudulent ac-
tivity.
You, the customer, are
responsible for knowing and
understanding each online
retailer's return/exchange
policy.
Ensure you've installed


most recent updates for
spam filters, anti-virus, anti-
spyware and firewalls.
Read the site's privacy
policy to learn what personal
information is collected and
how it will be used.
Make a file to keep copies
of all purchase confirmation
web pages and emails for
future reference and as a re-
cord of the purchase.
Only shop on trustworthy
sites; look for the BBB seal
and other widely-recognized
"trustmarks."
Never wire money to pay
for a transaction and when
on sites like Craigslist, only
shop locally.
Delete phishing emails
such as those claiming a
problem with an order or ac-
count in an attempt to lure
the "buyer" into revealing
financial information.
You are your best protec-
tion! Make sure your online
purchase is secure by look-
ing for the "s" (https://) in
the URL and the "lock" sym-
bol in the lower-right corner
before paying.
For additional informa-
tion and advice you can trust
this holiday season, start
with bbb.org.


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COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSIONN
*District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Benryhill
Road, Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-18ll. E-mail is
co mm-willia mso n@ santa losa .fl.gov
*District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-18ll. E-mail is
comm-cole@santalosal.fl.gov
*District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla
Hig hway, Pace, F L 32 571; phone 9 83-18ll. E-mail
is comm-salter@santatosa.fl.gov
*District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St.,
Milton, FL; phone 983-18ll. E-mail is comm-
melvin@santatosa.fl.gov
*District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline
St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-18ll. E-mail is
co mm-lyn chaord @ snta losa .fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at
9 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The
peodr meht in mmittee at 9 a.mee Mn oy
held in commission chambers of the Administrative
Complex on U.S. 90. Phone 983-187l for
information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVERNMENT
*Rep. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze
Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 916-
5436. E-mail is Doug.Broxson@myfloridahouse.

*Sen. Greg Evers: 5334 Willing St., Milton,
FL 32570, phone 983-5550. E-mail is Evers.Greg.


so2@fisenate.gov
*Gov. Rick Scott: PL05 The Capitol, 400 5.
Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-
4441. E-mail is fl_governor@myflorida.com

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
*Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is
479-1183; D.C. Office phone (202) 225-4136.
Pensacola office address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite
13, Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-
367-1614. Website: http:/jeff miller.house.gov

SINATI-
*Sen. Marco Rubio: B40A Dirksen Senate
Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone
202-224-3041; fax 202-228-0285.
*Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate
0fc 2B4 ldn4, xhingt00n,22D 02202510; pbh nee
http://billnelson.senate.gov

WHITE HOUSE
*President Balack Obama: The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500;
phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@
whitehouse.gov
*Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.


SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
*Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal St., Milton, FL
32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is wyrosdickt@ mail.santalosa.
kl2.fl.us
*District i: Diane scott, slio Munson Highway, Milton, FL
32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.santalrosa.kl2.
fl.us
*District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton, FL
32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santalosa.
ki2.fl.us
*District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre, FL
32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.santalosa.
kl2.fl.us
*District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St., Pace, FL
32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonii@mai.santalrosa.
kl2.fl.us
*District 5: Scott Peden, 3156 Pins Lane, Gulf Breeze, FL
32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is pedenst@mail.santalrosa.kl2.
fluThe Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m. the
second and fourth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St., in Milton. The
Santa Rosa School Board phone is 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
*Milton City HllI, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon St., Milton,
FL 32570, phone 983-5400. City Manager is Brian Watkins
*Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Highway 4, Jay, FL
32565, phone 675-2719
*Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zimmern,1070 Shoreline
Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is
Edwin "Buz" Eddy


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What is TEAM Santa
Rosa?
TEAM Santa Rosa (fre-
quently referred to simply
as "TEAM") is a not-for-
profit (501(c)6) that facili-
tates economic develop-
ment in Santa Rosa Coun-


Is TEAM a part of Santa
Rosa countyy government?
No. TEAM Santa Rosa
is a contractor to the coun-
ty, and the employees of
TEAM are not county em-
ployees.


Th roe ae Tt~hree unte
sources of funds. Santa
Rolsa000unty provide
makes $50,000 aa i blseaan-
nually for marketing proj
ects. Privately owned com-
panies and munici alities
P veted mr tha $0000
snte 201m- 01 fisan $10ear.
TEAM writes many grants
ad in the lst thre years
been awarded.

1-ow does the funding
of ED operations (exclusive
of capital) impact the SR(
Conybud e?
;"In 20121, EA '
will be approximately 0.4
percent of the SRC County
budget.

wouldd grant funding cover
TEAM's operating costs in-
stead of the countyy funding
HEAM?
The grants received
are seldom useable for op-
erating expenses. Rather,
grants are intended for
new capital projects for
the county, TEAM or for
new industries. Grants are
intended to cycle back into
the local economy. Exam-
ples include funds for new
rail spurs, state tax refunds
to new and growing indus-
tries, funds for specialized


marketing initiatives that
would not normally be in
the budget, new water lines,
upgrading of gas distribu-
tion, and similar projects.

Does TEAM only write
grants for itself and the
County?
No. TEAM also writes
grants jointly with indus-
tries that fund things like
training, tax refunds, clos-
ing funds and similar indus-
try-based incentives. These
grants are in addition to the
$2 million in grants noted
abv thI t werawarded


What amount in grant
dollars has TEAM acquired
that has gone back into our

eove the past three
years, TEAM has applied
for 17 grants and been
awarded 11. This equals
in excess of $2 million that
hs cme tao our commu-


Why worry about do-
ing economic development
(ED)
Every county, every

seate and noed mn H ali

are looking to grow and/or
relocate. If there isn't an
entity to facilitate ED, that
community may be over-
looked.

What is an industry?
An industry is any busi-
ness that sells 50 percent
or more of its goods or
services outside of a given
area. For the state of Flor-
ida, that area is considered
outside the state, for Santa
Rosa County (SRC), it is
outside our region (Santa
Roam ia(kalosa) and Es-


Why focus primarily on
industries and not retail and


service businesses?
By selling their goods/
services outside the region,
industries generate money
for the local economy. We
often illustrate the concept
by comparing the industry
versus estaillfocu kb a yi

Think of depositing money
into a checking account,
as opposed to withdrawing
funds from R. Retail and
sterv ring sries ty ealy
into an area. In fact, retail
stoe that tl11oe darleo not lcaly

nu fsorrin o o che
Without industry, there are
y, deoise nt otiur iec o
an unhealthy economy. Our
work can often focus on
bringing the retail home of-
fice to Santa Rosa County.
This would, in turn, make
deposits into the Santa
Rosa checkbook.

Who pays for economic
gdgyglopment tasks?
Counties carry out eco-
nomic development in
various ways throughout
the state. Some counties
operate ED solely through



private partnership. This
means that in Santa Rosa
County, the local govern-
ment and private business-
es both contribute to the
economic development ef-
fort. Statewide, this model
is the more prevalent type
of organization,

Does TEAM buy and sell
land?
No. TEAM may recom-
mend to the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners (BOCC)
that they buy land, and
TEAM will work with po ten-
tial buyers of county-owned
industrial property. Howev-
er, the transaction (buying
or selling) ultimately lies


with the county and with
the property owner.

If TEAM writes the
grants, does it actually buy
te property
ltNo. The funds go directed
land is selected by working
with the planning depart-
ment and the county's joint
land use plan. Then the land
or its development rights is
negotiated and purchased
by the County through the
County Attorney's Office.


arisen f om sh prhasha o
the Pullum Property. What
was TEAM's role in this
transaction?
The Commission had
charged TEAM with mak-
ing recommendations to
the commission that would
allow Santa Rosa County
to be more competitive in
economic development.
Sverald recommendations

one an those eec nmmende,
tions was to purchase all or
a portion of the industrially
zoned land at the intersec-
tion of Interstate 10 and
Highway 87. The County

prxmtly u0 are h f th
property.

So what are the plans
with that property?
TEAM has already be-
gun to market the public
and privately owned prop-
erty at this same intersec-
tion as the Northwest Flor-
ida Industrial Park at I-10.
We anticipate this being a
prime location for logistic
companies.

Does TEAM develop coun-
ty owned industrial land?
No. TEAM works with
the county to make the
property as near to build-
able as possible (i.e., infra-
structure to the site, tree


mitigation, environmental
work, storm water man-
agement).

Does TEAM have incen-
fives for new and/or ex-

pno. T AM istefacilita-
tor for local, state, regional
and federal incentives and
grants. TEAM is required
to be knowledgeable on
the various tools associat-
ed with ED. This includes
incentives for recruitment,
incentives for growth,
grants, funds for training,

1 cctric tx sr fur n ds bu


What are the targeted
industries in Santa Rosa
county ?
Aerospace/defense,
logistics, human perfor-
mance, renewable energy
and information technol-
ogy.

|{ an jnustggry comes to
TEAM for assistance and is
not a targeted industry, do
you help them?
Yes. TEAM works with
all industries looking at
SRC, however, when we

pa s, weelous son atrhk i


Wha doe TEAM do atosre-
gionally?
It depends on the effort,
event, or project. TEAM
has partnered with Es-


cambia County, Okaloosa
County, Florida's Great
Northwe st, state of Florida,
and federal Economic De-
velopment Administration,
all of which provide a vari-
ety of different advantages
to Santa Rosa County.

What types of services
do you offer industries look-
ing at coming to or growing
in Santa Rosa county ?
As examples: TEAM is
the facilitator of local, state
and federal incentives
and grants for both new

T AM 1sas r sonibl
nsrmakn rco~mtmnda
our county in a more com-
petitive position with more
amenities to offer new and
growing lnures hatF
eaple, oeto hti
not offered by most coun-
ties in Florida is expedited
regulation and permitting
review. Local and state
regulrat sa wark sihus t

get fast, yet thorough, at-
tention. TEAM also acts
as the clearing house for
services needed by our in-
dustries such as workforce
development, curriculum

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What are TEAM's tan-
gible assets?
Assets consist of tech-
nology equipment and fur-
niture.


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Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Bar, the
state's guardian for the in-
tegrity of the legal profes-
sion, announces that the
Florida Supreme Court in re-
cent court orders disciplined
24 attorneys, disbarring 12
and suspending 10. Some re-
ceived more than one form
of discipline. ITwo attorneys
were placed on probation;
two attorneys were publicly
reprimanded and two were
ordered to pay restitution,
As an official arm of the
Florida Supreme Court, The
Florida Bar and its Depart-
ment of Lawyer Regulation
are charged with administer-
ing a statewide disciplinary
system to enforce Supreme
Court rules of professional
conduct for the 90,000-plus
lawyers admitted to practice
law in Florida. Since Aug. 1,
2007, case files have been
posted to attorneys' individ-
ual Florida Bar profiles and
may be reviewed at and/or
downloaded from The Flor-
ida Bar's website, www.flor-
idabarcorg.
Court orders are not fi-
nal until time expires to file
a rehearing motion and, if
filed, determined. The filing
of such a motion does not
alter the effective date of the
discipline. Disbarred law-
yers may not re-apply for ad-
mission for five years. They
are required to go through
an extensive process that
rejects many who apply. It
includes a rigorous back-
ground check and retaking
the bar exam. Historically,
fewer than 5 percent of dis-
barred lawyers seek read-
mission.
Paul Francis Angueira,
1808 NW 126th Ave, Pem-
broke Pines, disbarred ef-
fective immediately, follow-
ing an Aug. 25 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1997)
EWrther, Angueira shall pay
restitution of more than
$11,000 to two clients. In
several instances, Angueira
misappropriated and mis-


used client funds. (Case No.
SC11-92)
Leon Menas Boyajan
II, 2303 Highway 44 W, In-
verness, suspended for 10
days, effective 30 days from
a Sept. 20 court order. EWr-
ther, upon reinstatement,
Boyajan is placed on proba-
tion for one year. (Admitted
to practice: 1983) Boyajan
engaged in a pattern of mis-
conduct in which he missed
hearings, ignored requests
for documents required by
the court and disregarded
court orders. (Case No.
SC11-641)
John Patrick Clement,
500 Marbella Circle, North
Palm Beach, suspended un-
til further order, effective 30
days from an Aug. 24 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1999) After a DUI arrest in
March 2010, Clement was
adjudicated guilty in court
and on the recommendation
of a grievance committee,
entered into a three-year
rehabilitation contract with
Florida Lawyers Assistance
Inc. Clement failed to com-
ply with the terms of his FLA
contract. He also failed to
comply with the conditions
of a November 2008 suspen-
sion order by holding him-
self out as eligible to practice
law. (Case No. SC11-962)
Todd Corey Deratany, 503
Sth Ave., Suite 102, Indialan-
tic, permanently disbarred
effective immediately, fol-
lowing a Sept. 13 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 2007)
Deratany failed to comply
with the terms of a March
14 suspension order. In May,
Deratany was disbarred for
10 years. He is the subject of
numerous disciplinary viola-
tions. In several instances,
Deratany failed to maintain
adequate communication
with his clients and in one
civil matter, he failed to ap-
pear for a trial and did not
notify the court or his client
regarding his conflict with a
pending criminal case. De-
ratany also made disparag-
ing remarks about another


defense attorney during a
recorded conversation with
an incarcerated former cli-
ent. (Case No. SC11-976)
Thomas W Dvorak, 633 S.
Andrews Ave., Suite 402, Fort
Lauderdale, suspended for
one year, following an Aug.
25 court order. The suspen-
sion shall run consecutive
to the one-year suspension
ordered in June 2010 and is
effective retroactive to July
24, 2011. EArther, as a condi-
tion of his eligibility to apply
for reinstatement, Dvorak
shall pay restitution totaling
approximately $125,000 to
clients in both cases and en-
ter into an agreement with
Florida Lawyers Assistance
Inc. (Admitted to practice:
2002) Dvorak is the subject of
seven Bar investigations. Af-
ter collecting legal fees from
several clients in mortgage
loan modifications and real
estate foreclosure defense
cases, Dvorak failed to keep
the clients informed of their
cases, failed to competently
and diligently represent
them and failed to communi-
cate with them. He took little
or no action in their cases.
(Case No. SC11-1499)
Timothy C. Foster, PO.
Box 656, Stuart, disbarred,
effective 30 days from a
Sept. 20 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1991) Foster
failed to properly supervise
and define roles for the
non-lawyer employees who
worked at his law office. He
also shared legal fees paid
to the company with non-
lawyers. Foster used a mis-
leading firm name, implying
that more than one attorney
worked at the firm, when in
fact, he was the only lawyer.
The website made it appear
that several attorneys in
numerous states were em-
ployed there, when in actu-
ality there was one licensed
lawyer that practiced in
Florida only. He failed to
communicate with and dili-
gently represent his clients,
and ultimately terminated
their representation while


delivering their client files to
another firm without advis-
ing them. (Case No. SC11-1719)
Mark S. Gallegos, 12651
S. Dixie Highway, Suite 201,
Miami, suspended for 90
days, effective 30 days from
a Sept. 2 court order. EArther,
upon reinstatement, Gal-
legos is placed on probation
for three years. Gallegos is
further directed to enter into
a contract with Florida Law-
yer's Assistance, complete
continuing legal education
requirements in immigra-
tion law and attend ethics
school. (Admitted to prac-
tice: 1983) Gallegos became
a delinquent member of
The Florida Bar in 2009. He
subsequently was hired to
represent clients and did not
inform them of his status. In
several instances, Gallegos
failed to provide competent
representation to clients.
Additionally, he failed to rea-
sonably communicate with
them and failed to timely
respond to Bar inquiries.
(Case No. SC10-2205)
David Eric Hammer, 1005
N. Marion St., Tampa, dis-
barred, effective retroactive
to Sept. 22, 2010, following an
Aug. 30 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 2006) Ham-
mer misappropriated client
trust funds for his personal
use. (Case No. SC10-2029)
Mary D. Hansen, 4393
S. Ridgewood Ave., Suite 1,
Port Orange, suspended un-
til further order, effective 30
days from a Sept. 22 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1981) Hansen was found in
contempt for failing to re-
spond to official Bar inqui-
ries regarding a complaint.
(Case No. SC11-1124)
Suzanne Marie Himes,
825 N.E. 2nd St., Ocala, per-
manently disbarred effec-
tive immediately, following a
Sept. 26 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1990) Himes
was found in contempt for
failure to comply with the
conditions of her Dec. 28,
2010, disbarment. Specifi-
cally, Himes failed to submit
a sworn affidavit to the Bar
listing names and addresses
of all persons and entities
who were furnished a copy
of her disbarment order.
(Case No. SC11-1439)
Dwayne Bisford John-
son Sr., 733 Cypress Drive,
Apt. ALake Park, disbarred
effective immediately, fol-
lowing an Aug. 29 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1998) Johnson was found in
contempt for continuing to
practice law after being sus-
pended. (Case No. SC11-899)
Larry Elliot I~layman,
2929 Pennsylvania Ave.
N.W, No. 35, Washington,
D.C., publicly reprimanded
following an Aug. 29 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1977) K~layman agreed to
submit to mediation through
The Florida Bar's Grievance
Mediation Program after a
former client filed a com-


plaint alleging that he had
failed to provide services in
a criminal case for which he
was paid a $25,000 retainer.
After entering into a media-
tion agreement, K~layman
failed to repay the money in
full within the specified time.
(Case No. SC11-247).
Denise Letizia, PO. Box
7256, Wesley Chapel, dis-
barred effective 30 days
from an Aug. 10 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1993)
Letizia engaged in dishonest
conduct by using an invalid
power of attorney to with-
draw more than $100,000
from bank accounts bearing
her developmentally dis-
abled brother's name. She
also demonstrated a pattern
of misconduct regarding the
representation of her broth-
er and in the subsequent dis-
ciplinary proceedings. (Case
No. SCO9-1308)
Jane Marie Letwin, 14251
S.W. 175th St., Miami, sus-
pended for one year, followed
by three years of probation
after an Oct. 1 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1993)
Letwin sent an improper
and inaccurate solicitation
letter to more than 900 peo-
ple, meant to induce them to
hire her to represent them in
an alleged class action law-
suit. (Case No. SCO9-2360)
James Robert Mann,
1220 16th Street, Miami, dis-
barred effective immediate-
ly, following an Aug. 12 court
order. (Admitted to practice:
1997) In several instances, a
Bar auditor found trust ac-
count irregularities because
of misuse of client funds. In
one case, a client gave Mann
$5,000 to fund a settlement
agreement. Instead of hold-
ing the funds in his trust
account as required, Mann
used the money to satisfy his
own unrelated personal and
business obligations. (Case
No. SC10-2318)
Roderick Lynn McGee,
4631 N.W. 31st. St., Fort Lau-
derdale, disbarred effective
immediately, following an
Aug. 31 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1974) McGee
was sanctioned for his con-
tinued contempt of court.
He also failed to respond to
numerous official Bar inqui-
ries. (Case No. SC11-1221))
Michael Joseph McNer-
ney, 796 N. Rio Vista Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale, disbarred
effective immediately, fol-
lowing aSept. 20 court order.
(Admitted to practice: 1973)
McNerney pleaded guilty in
court to conspiracy to com-
mit mail and wire fraud, a
felony. (Case No. SC11-1145).
William Timothy O'Toole,
1489 W. Palmetto Park Road,
Suite 494, Boca Raton, sus-
pended until further order,
following a July 25 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1992) O'Toole is the subject
of 20 Bar disciplinary mat-
ters. According to a petition
for emergency suspension,
O'Toole appeared to be caus-


ing great public harm by fail-
ing to properly communicate
with clients and failing to
diligently handle their cases,
O'Toole allowed nonlawyers
to improperly solicit clients
on his behalf for loan modi-
fications and fore closure de-
fense on a nationwide basis,
despite the fact he can only
practice law in Florida. He
also split fees with nonlaw-
yers, a violation of Bar rules.
(CaseNo.SC11-138
John Steele Patterson,
PO. Box 130, Wauchula, sus-
pended for 91 days effective
immediately, following a
Sept. 12 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1998) Pat-
terson was held in contempt
for failing to comply with the
conditionsof an Aprl 25sus-
pension order. Specifically,
Patterson failed to submit
a sworn affidavit to the Bar
listing the names and ad-
dresses of all persons and
entities that were furnished
a copy of his suspension or-
der. (Case No. SC11-1307)
Julio Antonio Rodriguez,
15485 Eagle Nest Lane, Suite
110, Hialeah, disbarred ret-
roactive to July 5, following a
Sept. 12 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1993) Rodri-
guez pleaded guilty in court
to one count of conspiracy to
commit wire fraud, a felony.
(SC11-1318)
Scott M. Sandler, 2701 S.
Bayshore Drive, Suite 402,
publicly reprimanded fol-
lowing an Aug. 25 court or-
der. (Admitted to practice:
1985) Contrary to Bar rules,
Sandler deposited client
funds into his trust accounts
that were not properly des-
ignated IOTA accounts.
Although there was no mis-
handling or malfeasance,
Sandler left his own fees in
the same account along with
the client funds for a lengthy
period of time. (Case No.
SC11-1530)
Jeffrey Alan Schwarz,
801 N.E. 167th Street, North
Miami Beach, suspended
until further order, following
a Sept. 27 court order. (Ad-
mitted to practice: 1976) Af-
ter being retained for $8,500
to represent two clients on
charges of drug trafficking
charges, Schwarz failed to
adequately represent them.
Schwarz neither met nor
communicated with clients
while they were in custody.
Schwarz also allowed a non-
lawyer assistant to commu-
nicate with the clients' fami-
lies and accept money for
representation. The clients
testified that the paralegal
told them he was their law-
yer and they believed that
he was representing them.
(Case No. SCO9-766)
Dorothy Mae Walker, 349
S.E. 3rd St., Belle Glade, per-
manently disbarred effective
immediately, following an
Aug. 29 court order. (Admit-
ted to practice: 1981) Walker,
who was disbarred in 1988,
was found in contempt for
continuing to practice law.
(Case No. SC11-873)
Susan Madeline Wein-
berg, PO. Box 812602, Boca
Raton, suspended for 91
days, effective 30 days from
a Sept. 20 court order. (Ad-
mitted to practice: 1985)

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berg filled prescriptions via
her physician husband for
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By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential Horti-
culture UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
One of Longfellow's poems
begins, "Under a spreading
chestnut tree, the village smithy
stands." While many of us are
familiar with the poem, how
many have actually stood under
a spreading chestnut tree?
My mother speaks of seeking
shade under a huge, spectacular
American chestnut tree as
a respite from the Alabama
summer heat. I've never seen
one!
Unfortunately, the American
chestnut story is a sad one.
Castanea dentata (American
chestnut) was once a native
tree that grew from southern
Maine down to Alabama and
Mississippi. The American
chestnut was considered to
be the queen of the eastern
American forest. With massive,
d dee p boaad rghde crsow it
was known to reach a height of
100 feet.
Around 1904, a fungal
blight was introduced into the
United States from the Orient.
Commonly known as the
chestnut blight, it is believed that
the fungus was unintentionally
introduced into America from
Asian chestnut trees that were
imported as nursery stock.
Within 40 years the vast stands
of American chestnut trees in
the eastern United States were
completely destroyed.
Today, small trees may
develop from sprouts of an


than 50 miles.
What can you do to help?
Do not transport firewood
into Florida from other
states or move wood from
place to place within Florida.
Emerald ash borer and other
dangerous pests and diseases
can hitchhike on firewood and
infest new areas.
When building a fire, use
local firewood only.
Burn all firewood at your
campsite before you leave.
Do not take any firewood
home with you from a camping
trip.
Do not move nursery stock
of known hosts from infested
areas to non-infested areas.
During this time of
Thanksgiving, let's be thankful
for our beautiful American
forests. Protect our forests
from exotic pests by becoming
an advocate. Support Florida
agriculture by informing others
otustithte d ngeurs of Iri ging
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of trade
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is solely for the purpose of
providing specific information,
It is not a guarantee, warranty,
or endorsement of the product
name(s) and does not signify
that they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
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Saturday, November 26, 2011


Thomas
Edison invented
the incandescent
bulb, the
phonograph, the
DC motor and
other items in
everyday use and
became wealthy
by doing so.
Thomas Watson
founded IBM and


to their rightful
owners.
In a free
society, for
the most part,
people with high
incomes have


RIY demonstrated
extraordinary
OIT ability to produce
llmsvaluable services
for and
therefore please their
fellow man. People
voluntarily took money
out of their pockets to
purchase the products
of Gates, Pfizer or IBM.
High incomes reflect
the democracy of the
marketplace. The reason
Gates is very wealthy is
millions upon millions
of p ople v lunt rily

pockets and handed
over $300 or $400 for a
Microsoft product. Those
who think he has too
much money are really
registering disagreement
with decisions made by
millions of their fellow
men
In a free society, in a
significant way income
inequality reflects
differences in productive
capacity, namely one's
ability to please his fellow
man. For example, I can
play basketball and so
can LeBron James, but
would the Miami Heat
pay me anything close to
the $43 million they pay
him? If not, why not? I
think it has to do with the
discriminating tastes of
basketball fans who pay
$100 or more to watch the
game. If the Miami Heat
hired me, they would have
to pay fans to watch.
Stubborn ignorance
sees capitalism as
benefiting only the
rich, but the evidence
refutes that. The rich
have always been able
to afford entertainment;
it was the development
and marketing of radio
and television that made
entertainment accessible
to the common man,
The rich have never had
the drudgery of washing
and ironing clothing,
beating out carpets or
waxing floors. The mass
production of washing
machines, wash-and-wear
clothing, vacuum cleaners
and no-wax floors spared
the common man this
drudgery. At one time,
only the rich could afford
automobiles, telephones
and computers. Now all
but a small percentage
of Americans enjoy these
goods.
The prospects are
dim for a society that
makes mascots out of
the unproductive and
condemns the productive.

Walter E. Williams is
a professor of economics
at George M~ason
University.


MINO
VIEWP
Walter W


became rich through his
company's contribution
to the computation
revolution. Lloyd Conover,
while in the employ
of Pfizer, created the
antibiotic tetracycline.
Though Edison, Watson,
Conover and Pfizer
became wealthy, whatever
wealth they received


benefits received by
ordinary people. Billions
of people benefited from
safe and efficient lighting.
Billions more were the
ultimate beneficiaries
of the computer, and
untold billions benefited
from healthier lives
gained from access to
tetracycline.
President Barack
Obama, in stoking up
class warfare, said, "I do
think at a certain point
you've made enough
money." This is lunacy.
Andrew Carnegie's steel
empire produced the raw
materials that built the
physical infrastructure
of the United States.
Bill Gates co-founded
Microsoft and produced
software products that
aided the computer
revolution. But Carnegie
had amassed quite a
fortune long before he
built Carnegie Steel Co.,
and Gates had quite a
fortune by 1990. Had they
the mind of our president,
we would have lost much
of their contributions,
because they had already
"made enough money."
Class warfare thrives
on ignorance about
the sources of income.
Listening to some of
the talk about income
differences, one would
think that there's a pile
of money meant to be
shared equally among
Americans. Rich people
got to the pile first and
greedily took an unfair
share. Justice requires
that they "give back."
Or, some people talk
about unequal income
distribution as if there
were a dealer of dollars.
The reason some people
have millions or billions
of dollars while others
have very few is the dollar
dealer is a racist, sexist,
a multinationalist or just
plain mean. Economic
justice requires a re-
dealing of the dollars,
income redistribution
or spreading the wealth,
where the ill-gotten gains
of the few are returned


Aogefo Of OUf US.th 7 e
Front page of the Press
Gazette on Nov. 9, the
headline was "Santa Rosa
eager for courthouse." Oh'
really
em xcept fordgovernment
what percentage of other
citizens want anything to
do with a courthouse? 5
percent, maybe 10 percent?
Because I did not
recognize the name of the
writer of this some 1,000
word article, I checked
and found he was not from
Santa Rosa County. Does
he know the history of


this subject? Any possible
skullduggery here? Will we
find out?
Is it possible that a
new courthouse has been
voted down because of the
following performances
by local county
commissioners?
New jail cost stated the
architect was $12 million.
Then cost went up to $15
million, then to $17 million,
then to $19 million, then to
$22 million, and then to who
knows the truth.
The county complex was
said to cost $3 million, then
$5 million, and then to a


reported $11 million.
You decide which one
or more of the county
commissioners would
you give your $30 million
to oversee the building of
anything.
Want some questions
asked, but never replied to
in writing? Pull up the Press
Gazette's website www.
srpressgazette.com and
read the following letters to
the editor.
Dec. 11, 1995: Reader asks
Oct. 28, 1996: Will the
Courthouse
April 8, 1999: On
government


March 2000: Feels it must
Aug. 2001: And he writes
June 1, 2002: Witch is
March 1, 2006: Courthouse
group
March 25, 2006: Keep new
June 6, 2000: Buying votes
March 28, 2007: How could
it be
Jan. 2007: Couourtose
should be
March 2008: What are you.
They are talking about $30
million for 150,000 square
feet. $200 a square foot? If
they do it, best bet is $45 to
$60 million.
Remember this.
W.0. Jones, Joy, Flo.


Commissioner Cole, I'm
glad you and your fellow
commissioners are looking
to the citizens to, once
again, bail you out.
Isn't maintaining the
courthouse and other
county-owned buildings
part of your responsibilities
as elected officials?
Do we need a
courthouse?
Of course we do.
I have been inside the
structure and, what you
call a county building,
looks more like an upscale
M*A*S*H unit.
The only part truly clean
is the entrance and the
new portables you put up in
back.
It is not the taxpayers'
problem that elected
officials let the building get
in its current shape, with
paint flaking, mold growing
and inadequate ventilation.
Maybe more money
should have been spent on
the courthouse and less on
some of those parks.
I remember when
property values were going
up and the millage rate
you maintained netted
more dollars to the county,
yet not a single county
commissioner wanted to
set money aside to help


prepare for the day when
the courthouse had to be
replaced.
I feel very confident the
issues you raise are nothing
new for a county that has
grown by leaps and bounds
since 1980, but if our leaders
would have simply put aside
$100,000 a year starting in
1980, we would have close to
$3.1 million today.
Hey, we could have
bonded it ourselves with
the money we would have
saved up. Even at $50,000 a
year we would have the $1.5
million you say we need for
the first year of bonding.
The most ironic thing to
me, commissioner, is that
you and your fellow office
holders signed a five year
deal with the City of Milton
on the portables, knowing it
was merely a Band-aid.
But with the clock
getting ready to strike
midnight, you now want to
do something, and you're
looking at the taxpayers to,
once again, bail you out.
Unfortunately, those
you're turning to have lost
their jobs, fear for their jobs,
have had to pay four-times
as much for gasoline than
before, or any one of a dozen
other bad things. In short,
they don't have the money.


Remember the jail? It
more than doubled in price
and the tax citizens voted
on themselves seemed like
it was never going away.
Many vowed to never again,
The level of
accountability with
commissioners severely
eroded after that and never
really came back.
I will give you a tip of the
cap for having one of the
lowest millage rates in the
state, but even I know you
can't live a champagne and
caviar lifestyle on a PBR
budget.
I also want to take issue
with where you want to
build this courthouse.
Now I understand you
say there is no use for
this particular piece of
property in the industrial
park, but with the addition
of a courthouse (and the
lawyers who would soon
move their offices to be
near it) what will happen to
our current inventory for
industrial expansion?
I might not want to
locate my factory near a
courthouse.
And I sure as heck
would not want to go to the
courthouse if I feared some
industrial mishap.
For a group of decision-


makers, this certainly does
not make a lot of sense.
You talk about jurors
feeding themselves. You
would need to stock up on
snacks with a courthouse
in East Milton or pray
that the golden arches are
constructed pretty soon
because if you feel the
jurors have no place to go
now, they really wouldn't
have anywhere to go on that
side of town.
The situation we are
in with the courthouse
is because of a lack of
leadership by prior county
officials, and we do not see
much improvement today.
County government
cannot continue to make
mistakes and look only as
far as the end of its own
pointy nose.
Commissioner, we do
need a new courthouse,
but go back to the drawing
board for a location and
funding.
Shoot, with the way
people speed and run traffic
lights, they could pay for a
courthouse in no time.
We still think a "user fee"
should be tacked onto every
case tried at the courthouse.
That fee should then go into
a fund for construction of a
courthouse.


Ist Need: Not just
what is at eye level, mold,
flaking paint, inadequate
ventilation, etc.
Safety: Hallways/
passageways/stairwells,
moving about with
prisoners. Jury
deliberations: rest rooms,
to and from jury box to
deliberate; who are you
beside? Can deputies really
keep it safe?
Why it cannot be
"fixed up" (paint and
doorknobs)?
If you really think this
is in any form or fashion
an option, then you have
not been there. The days
of any type of substantial
refurbishing are past;
even if possible, it would
have to be evacuated for
several years. I would gladly


arrange a tour.
As a juror, just think how
you could enjoy a break
in the courthouse caf6
(one of two small vending
machines) and try to eat it
while sitting in the spacious
hallway. Remember: after
all the time to get in or
waiting for your name to
be called you cannot run
out to get lunch. Perhaps
as a juror you have the
opportunity to stand next to
someone whose loved one
is that person whom YOU,
as a juror, are deliberating
on. Remember: there are
no separate restrooms.
Repair it?
No. This building for its
current use is a liability
and an accident waiting to
happen.
Where?


My current feelings are
in East Milton directly next
door to the Sheriff's office.
This is property the county
owns, utilities are on site.
The property is unlikely
to have other interests of
use. Access from the south
end is very easy using I-
10 and 87S. One day, with
the building of an 87N -87S
connector, its location will
be ideal for the western
side of our county.
Remember, this is a
building from which we will
get 50-70 more years of use.
Paying for: I'm a tax-
paying American, I am not
exempt. I know people are
very angry and displeased
over the current local and
national economies. I have
reviewed several means of
paying for this facility.


1.Bonding: $1.5 million
per year for 30 years with
$10 million in interest. We
still need a dedicated $1.5
million/year source.
2.Lease to own: Same
outcome as bonding, maybe
more interest.
3.L.D.S.T: One cent
a. Same as you spend
anytime you make
purchases in Escambia
helping our neighbor
county with their roads,
libraries, parks, etc.
b. Visitors help pay
c. We build facility and
pay very little interest
d. Paid out over a short
period: 3-4 years
e. Retire the 1 cent when
facility is paid for.
This will be a plain
project with no extras and
no additional projects.


0' *


MINORITY VIEWPOINT


Should the rich



be condemned?


-;~~ ~1
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IE TT EDC TO TuE EEITOD


BOB


BILL


Commissioner Cole, Bill talk new courthouse


Bill's take: Taxpayers can't afford to clean up the county's mess


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Pineview United Methodist
Church, 1400 Pineview
Church Road, Jay
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 4701School
Lane, Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine Road,
Pace

Nazarene
New Faith Church of Nazarene,
5162 Avenida del lhego,
Pace

Non-denominational
Christian Life Church, 4401
Avalon Blvd., Milton
Church of the Living God, 3375
Garcon Pt., Milton
New Hope Community Church,
Locklin Tech, Berryhill,
Milton
New Testament Church, 5277
Glover Lane, Milton
Shepherd House Ministries,
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
Word Alive Christian Church,
5707 Stewart St., Milton
West Milton Church of Christ,
5300 Highway 90, Pace

POHIOcostal
Gospel Lighthouse Church,
10001 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace
United Pentecostal Church of
Berrydale, 7580 Highway 4,
Jay
Pentecostal Holiness
Mount zion Pentecostal
Holiness Church, 5532 Osceola
St., Milton
Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church, 2841 Highway 182,
Jay
New Vision Worship Center,
5573 Stewart St., Milton
Roeville Holiness Church, 6648
Munson Highway, Milton
Cobbtown Holiness Church,
4700 Greenwood Road
(Highway 164), Jay

Presbyterian PCA
Westminster Presbyterian
Church PCA, 6659 Park Ave.,
Milton

Presbyterian USA
ofis MPresbyterian Churcht
Milton
Pace Presbyterian Church,
4587 Woodbine Road, Pace

Primitive Baptist
hMtlZio OP mitv S .tist
Milton

Seventh-Day Adventist
Milton Seventh-Day Adventist
Church, 5288 Berryhill Road,
Milton

United Pentecostal
First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad, 4636 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad

Vi yar
Bay Area Vineyard Church,
5163 Dogwood Drive,
Milton


African MethodiSt

ChaE soalE Z on aiurch,
5038 Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Drive, Milton
African Methodist Episcopal,
Greater Bethlehem AME'
5299 Richburg St., Milton

Anglican
Trinity by the Fields, 4980
West Spencer Field Road
Pace

Ap0st0 (
First Apostolic Church, 5574
E. Highway 90, Milton
Pace Apostolic Church, 4763
Old Guernsey Road, Pace

Assemblies of God
Assembly of God, New
Harvest, 4289 Berryhill
Road, Pace
Bagdad 1st Assembly of God,
4513 Forsyth St., Bagdad
East Milton Assembly of God,
5174 Ward Basin Road,
Milton
Faith Chapel Assembly of God,
8080 South Airport Road,
Milton
First Assembly of God, 6163
Dogwood Drive, Milton
Harold Assembly of God,
10495 Goodrange Road,
Milton
New Harvest Fellowship
Assembly of God, E. Highway
90, Pace
Jay First Assembly of God, 400
S. Alabama St., Ja
McLellan Assembly of God,
6050 Three Notch Trail,
Milton
New Hope Assembly of God,
9P5a5ceChumuckla Highway,
Pace Assembly of God, 3948
Highway 90, Pace
Springhill Assembly of God'
9190 Munson Highway'
Milton
Welcome Assembly of God,
8581 Welcome Church
Road, Milton

Baptist ABA
Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA,
3095 Berryhill Road, Milton
Bethel Missionary Baptist
- ABA, 6178 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton
Fellowship Baptist Church ABA,
5223 Highway 90, Pace
First Baptist Church ABA of
East Milton, 8178 S. Airport
Road, East Milton

ABA r394 Pce RBd IPace
Galilee Missionary Baptist-
ABA, Highway 90, West
Milton

Baptist
Avalon Baptist, 4316 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist, 4884 Ward
Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423
Hamilton Bridge Road,
Milton
First Baptist of Harold, 10585
Goodrange Drive, Milton
Liberty Baptist Church, 6763
Margaret St., Milton


Mount Pilgrim Baptist, 5103
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
St., Milton
St. John Divine Missionary
Baptist, 5363 St. Johns St.,
Milton

Bpfist
Inde endent
Bible Baptist Church of Pace,
4001 Vern St., Pace
Bible Way Baptist Church,
5976 Dogwood Drive,
Milton
Brownsdale Baptist Church,
Chumuckla Highway, Jay
Joy Bible Baptist, 8613
Highway 90, Milton
Pine Grove Baptist Church,
7280 Pine Grove Road, Jay
Pleasant Hill Missionary
Baptist, 5550 Econfina St.,
Milton
Solid Rock Baptist, 6760 East
Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist, 5301
Highway 90, Pace
Victory Baptist, 4000 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist, 5621
Highway 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton

B0ptiSt Southern
Avalon Baptist, 4316 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church, 6730
Highway 4, Jay
Billory ist Baptist of Holley-
Nalvarre, Highway 87 North
Holey
Blackwater Baptist, 11689
Munson Highway, Milton
Calvary Baptist, Highway
89, Allentown
Cora Baptist, 12953
Highway 197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884 Ward
Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848
Chaffin St., Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Road, '
Milton
First Baptist of Milton, 6797
caroline st., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention,
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
Floridatown Baptist, 3851
Diamond St., Pace
Harold First Baptist, 10585
Good Range Drive, Milton
Harmony Ridge Baptist, 5536
Highway 90 W, Pace
Hickory Hammock Baptist,
Hickory Hammock Road,
E.M oun I Baptist, 4187
Highway 90, Pace
James Street Baptist, 6658
James St., Milton
Jay First Baptist, 214 S.
Alabama St., Jay
Living Truth Church
(Contemporary), Meeting
at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist,
4636 Highway 90, Pace
New Bethel Baptist, 10995
Chumuckla Highway, Jay
New Life Baptist, 6380
Bayberry St., Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist, 6151


Dogwood Drive, Milton
Olivet Baptist, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton
Pine Level Baptist, 3300 Pine
Level Church Road, Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist, 6212
Pine Blossom Road, Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist, 8500
Pleasant Home, Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.,
6820 Highway 87 North
Milton
Spring Hill Baptist Church,
9214 Munson Highway,
Milton
Wallace Baptist Church, 6601
Chumuckla Highway
Woodbine Baptist Church,
4912 Woodbine Road, Pace

B0ptiSt .
g issionary
Mt. Bethel Baptist, 175 Limit
St., Milton
New Macedonia Baptist Church,
4751 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace
New Providence Missionary
Baptist, 4175 Popcorn Road,
Milton
First Missionary Baptist
Church, 3949 Pace Road,
Pace

Catholl(
St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, 6457 Park Ave. S.W.
Milton

Charismati(
Shepherd House Ministries '
5739 Stewart St., Milton
New Hope Community Church
Meeting at Russel Center'
at Locklin Tech, Berry Hill,
Milton

(hlnrth Of thriSt
Bagdad Church of Christ, 4413
Garcon Point Highway,
Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ,
3679 Berryhill Road, Pace
Jay Church of Christ, E.
Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church of
Christ, 6745 Margaret St.,
Milton
Md~ellan Church of Christ'
Munson Highway, Milton
Susan St. Church of Christ, 600
Susan St., Milton
West Milton Church of Christ,
5300 Highway 90, Pace
Pea Ridge Church of Christ,
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

Churds of God
in tarist
Ferris Hill Church of God in
Christ, 909 N. Alabama St.,
Milton
World Church of God, Milton
Worship Center, 5177
Stewart St., Milton
Church of God in Christ, 5887
N. Stewart St., Milton
Community Capel Curch o
God (of Anderson), 4300 Pace
Lane, south of Walmart

(hlnrth Of G0d
Covenant Church of God, 4645
School Lane, Pace
Church of God of Prophecy,


600 Glover Lane, Milton

(ommunity Of ChriSt
Community of Christ, 6656
Raymond Hobbs St., Milton

Church of Jesus Christ
Of Latter-day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, 5737
Berryhill Road, Milton
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints, 2828
Harvest Road, Jay
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, 1753 Sea
Lark Lane, Navarre

Episcopal
St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
6842 Oak St. Milton

Full gsel
Milton Victory Ministries,
7235 E. Highway 90, Milton
Living Faith Church, 7400
Reformation Road, Milton
True Grace Fellowship Church,
5178 Willard Norris Road,
Milton

HolinOSS
Hollandtown Holiness Church,
1851 Pineview Church
Road, Jay. Contact: Hansel
Prescott, 675-4346.
Cobbtown Holiness, 4700
Greenwood Road, Jay

Independent
Grace Bible Church, 6331
Chestnut St., Milton
World Alive Church, 4200
Ebenezer Church Road,
Jay

Interdenominational
Ken Sumerall Ministries, 4901
Forest Creek Drive, Pace

J960Vah's Witnesses
Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
congregation, 5696 Berryhill
Road, Milton
ILutil on

Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church,
6076 Old Bagdad Highway,
Milton

ggg 10dist
Christ United Methodist
Church, 5983 Dogwood Drive
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Sports


5. Pin Action 24.5-15.5; 6. Last Call 24-16; 7. The Four Eyes
24-16; 8. Rolling Thunder 23.5-16.5; 9. Shouters 23.5-16.5; 10.
Spartans 23-17; 11. Who Cares 21-19; 12. Up Your Alley 21-19;
13. Froggie Four 20-20; 14. S.EX. Pins 20-20; 15. Strike Force
2 20-20; 16. Loose Cannons 20-20; 17. Lightening Strikes 18-
22; 18. Phn Bunch 17-23; 19. Bowling Buddies 16.5-23.5; 20.
The "X" Men 15.5-24.5; 21. 'Ibrking Fen Pin 15-25; 22. The
Perfect 10's 25-25; 23. Team Rocket 11-29; 24. Bye 3-37.

GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC
through Nov. 19


As Wombles served, the
West only had five players
on the court as Madeleine
Bouillion, the libero, had
left the court.
While the point was
played out a sixth player
ran onto the court, but it did
not matter as Ann Parker
nailed the winning point.
Despite the loss there
were several positives on
the night for those repre-
senting Santa Rosa County.
Milton's Katie Worley en-
joyed the night as she and
her cousin, Gulf Breeze's
Caroline Ennis, played on
the same team for the first
time.
"This was a very fun
night for me," Worley said.
"I was so glad I got to play
on the same team with my
cousin.

have itesn todo tis inea
s ort."
Worley, who signed a
scholarship a couple of
weeks ago to pitch at Geor-
gia State, used her off sea-
son time to focus on travel
ball (softball), while Ennis
plays volleyball.
For Central's Sarah For-
sythe and Jay's Tessa Hen-
dricks it was a wild night
with a case of the nerves
early on.
"This was way different
for me," Forsythe said. "I
was excited about tonight's
match, but I started out
very nervous."
Hendricks was taken
back by the speed of the
game.
"The girls in tonight's
game were faster and tall-
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Hendricks said. "It was a
lot of fun, but also different
from anything I have ever
done before."
MIVP for the East Squad
was Niceville's Monica
Johnson and Pensacola
Catholic's Madeleine
Bouillion was awarded the
MVP trophy for the West
Squad.
Pace's Taron Bright did
not participate in Tues-
day's competition.


U-6
East League
Bullets
Tankers
Talons
Strikers
West League
Pilots
Stallions
Fighters
Choppers
U-8
East League
Bears
Pacers
sigrs

West League
Sharks
Eagles
Bombers
Heat
U-10
East League
Turf Pilots
Broncos
Chargers
Steelers
West League
Raiders
'Twisters
Argos
Patriots
U-13
Stingers
Comets
Lightning
Barracudas
Tarpons


Win Loss Tie Points


10 0
6 4
2 8
0 13
Win Loss

12
11

1 60

12 1
5 8
5 9
0 13
Win Loss


29
18
10
1
Points


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN | Press Gazette
Central's Sarah Forsythe records a dig during the fourth set of Tuesday's PSA
AII-Star Volleyball game held at the University of West Florida Fieldhouse.


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Community Sports

SCORES

Stonebrook Ladies Golf Association Results
Nov. 22, 2011

A Flight:
1st Shatzi Clemons
2nd Bonnie Cook
3rd Pat Goodlife

B Flight:
1st Mary Woltersdorf
2nd Pat Weathers
3rd -Carol Mansfield

Chip-ins: Pat Findley, Linda Reddish, Bonnie Cook,
Andy Dushesne, and Mary Woltersdorf
Birdies: Pat Findley, Andy Duschesne, Mary Wolters-
dorf, Dean Williams, and Michelle Kilgore

Stonebrook Golf Club
Mens Golf Association (hompionship
November 21, 2011

Flight A:
1st Place Paul Geise
2nd Place (tie) Ralph Drexler and Don 'It~ombley
4th Place Tony Apap

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Flight B:
1st Place Richard Corwin
2nd Place George Hitchcock
3rd Place Wayne Arnall
4th Place Ray Salerno
5th Place (tie) Gordy Clarke, Jerry Sullivan

Oops Alley Bowling
Alley Cats Ladies Trio
Nov. 9
High Scratch Game: Boni Smitherman 201
High Scratch Series: Mary Ann Bishop 527
High Scratch Team Game: Should've, Could've. Would've
-491
High Handicapped Game: Boni Cmitherman 239
High Handicapped Series: Mary Ann Bishop 647
High Handicapped Series Team: Cougars 1763
League Standings: 1. Should've Could've Would've 25-11;
2. Striking Cats 20-16; 3. "3" Chicks 19-17; 4. Cougars 19-17;
5. Wildcats 18-18, 6. Back Alley Cats 18-18, 7. Perfect Cats
18-18

Thursday Seniors
Nov. 1o
High Scratch Game Men: Mike Hamada -237
High Scratch Game Women: Sandi Bansemer 190
High Scratch Team Game: Joe Cool's 700
High Series Men: Mike Hamada 633
High Series Women: Boni Smitherman -482
High Series Team: Joe Cool's- 1883
League Standings: 1. H.T.H.PS. 28.5-11.5; 2. The Odd balls
28-12; 3. The Mag Four 22-18; 4. Golden Bowlers 21.5-18.5;
5. Joe Cool's 20-20; 6. Spare Us 20-20; 7. Alley Katz 19-21; 8.
Strike Force 19-21; 9. Semi Pros 17-23; 10. Bye 2-34.

Thursday Night Fun Bunch
Nov. 10
High Scratch Game Men: Earl Price -266
High Scratch Game Women: Jennifer Gibbs 234
High Scratch Team Game: Lightening Strikes 794
High Series Men: Kirk Toth 651
High Series Women: Jennifer Gibbs 570
High Series Team: Alley Gators 2187
League Standings: 1. Opps Alley Pro Shop 29-11; 2. Alley
Gators 25-15; 3. Down and Out 25-15; 4. Drink Up 24.5-15.5;


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By Bj|| Gamblin
sports~.srpressgazette.com

Jay High School posted
a big win in Flomaton, Ala.,
on 'Iesday with a win in the
opening round of the Flo-
maton Thanksgiving Tour-
nament.
The Royals (2-0) de-
feated Pensacola Christian
Academy 43-33.
Jay jumped out to a 15-8
lead and then iced the game
with a strong third quarter
as they entered the final
eight minutes with a 36-22
advantage.
Eric Trevino led the
charge for the Royals with
24 points, while Todd Laney
added seven points, nine re-
bounds, and five assists in
the win.


We will post the final
tournament results online
as they were not available
due to the early Thanksgiv-
ing deadlines.
On Monday it was Cen-
tral defeating Escambia
Charter 52-45 to open its
season with a win.
The Jaguars rallied in
the second half outscoring
Escambia Charter 30-16 for
the win.
Nick Waters scored 15
points and grabbed 15 re-
bounds for a double-double
in the win while Victor Dix-
on added 13.
Gavin Richardson had
12 rebounds while Wen-
dell Cooley recorded four
steals.
In girls action Flomaton
(Ala.) High defeated Jay


52-45.
The Royals were play-
ing without the services of
Tessa Hendricks, who was
at the PSA All-Star Volley-
ball game.
Hillary Hendricks led
Jay with 21 points, while
Becca Callaway added 18.
Poplar Springs Central
lost to Poplar Springs 55-32.
The Lady Jags (2-1)
jumped out to 13-8 lead in
the first quarter.
In the second quarter
Poplar Springs took control
of the game as they out-
scored Central 20-4 prior to
intermission,
Makayla Simmons
scored 17 in the loss, while
Aleana Morrow chipped in
nine.
Central played Monday


without Sarah Forsythe
who was at the PSA All-Star
Volleyball game.
Monday night Central
defeated Jay 55-25.
Becca Calloway led Jay
with 11 points while Makay-
la Simmons scored a game
high of 20 points for Cen-
tral.
Sarah Forsythe added 15
in the win.
At Milton the Lady Pan-
thers fell to Pine Forest 48-
18.
Pine Forest jumped out
to a 16-4 lead at the end of
the first quarter and ex-
tended that lead to 34-6 by
intermission.
Brook McGee led Milton
with seven points.
In boys soccer Navarre
shut out Milton 8-0.


By Bill Gamblin
sports~srpressgazette.com
PENSACOLA Tuesday marked
the first time in the five year his-
tory the West squad has won the
Pensacola Sports Association
All-Star Volleyball game.
The West squad, which was
made up of seniors from Es-
cambia County, needed only five
sets to win the best of seven se-
ries, but the final set didn't come
easy.
The West All-Stars took their
first win by the score of 25-20, 18-
25, 25-22, 25-18, and 29-27.
In the final set the East squad
Photos by BILL GAMBLING |
Press Gazette
North Santa
Rosa County was
represented in the
PSA AII-Star game
by Jay's Tessa :
Hendricks, Milton's
Katie Worley, and
Central's Sarah
Forsythe.


jumped out to an 8-3 lead, but
Washington High's Elizabeth
Major clicked from the service
line as she helped to pull the West
squad within one point at 8-7.
Gulf Breeze's Shannon Kehoe
returned the favor to build the
lead back to four, 15-11, but the
West were on a mission.
After the game being tied early
on at 1-1 in the waning moments
the teams were tied on seven dif-
ferent occasions, until a hitting
error gave the West the lead for
good at 28-27 as Kasey Wombles
served for the winning point.

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laylor Havens dives for a
ball in Tuesday's PSA AII Star
game held at the University of
West Florida Field house while
teammate Sarah Forsythe of
Central High looks on.


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4:46 PM CST Sunset
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By Mathew Pellegrino
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A teacher at East
Milton Elementary School
gave students a history
lesson based on his life
experiences of his Native
American tribe just in time
for Thanksgiving.
On Nov. 18, East Milton
Elementary fifth-grade
teacher Justin King, who
is a member of the Poarch
Band of Creek Indians
based out of southern
Alabama, put some of
his heritage into his
classroom curriculum for
his students. His students


not only learned tribal
language and beliefs, but
they also helped build a
scale model of a Muskogee
Tribe campground just
outside of the school.
Classes from each
grade level were able to
come and view the model
while King stepped back
and let his children do the
teaching.
"We set up displays on
how they made stuff," said
Josh McLendon, one of
King's students.
This was the first year
King, a 2009 University
of West Florida graduate,
helped put on the
presentation for the school.


"I like to keep the
culture alive, even here
in this community," King
said.
The social studies
teacher said he was not
attending the Floridatown
PowWow but that he would
be attending a similar
ceremony with his native
tribe this week in Alabama.
"The children really
helped set this up, but
there is a true lesson
involved," King said.

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Band of Creek IndianS
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of Creek Indians are


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Pension Board will meet
Nov. 30 at 8:30 a.m. in the
City Council Chambers.
*City of Milton's City
Council will meet in
Executive Committee Dec.
5 at 4 p.m. in the Council
Chambers.
*Milton City Council
will meet in regular
session on Dec. 13 at
5 p.m. in the Council
Chambers.
*For more information,
contact the city manager's
office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

Santa Rosa County
commissioner meeting
A Santa Rosa County
Board of Commissioners
called meeting is scheduled
for 4:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in the
board meeting room, 6495
Caroline St. in Milton. The
meeting is to review and
vote on inclusion of Super
QTI funding as part of
an incentive package to
bring a new company to


Santa Rosa County in an
economic development
proposal dubbed "Project
Vortex" by TEAM Santa
Rosa. The company is
considering locating
in the industrial park
facility formally occupied
by Clearwire. For more
information, contact TEAM
Santa Rosa at 623-0174.

L0 islatiVe Dele nation
Sets public hearing
Members of Santa
Rosa County's state
legislative delegation will
hold a public hearing from
5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at
the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Complex,
6495 Caroline St. in Milton.
Public comments will
be heard on proposals for
the 2012 Regular Session
of the Florida Legislature.
The Santa Rosa County
Legislative Delegation
consists of senators Greg
Evers and Don Gaetz
and representatives Matt
Gaetz, Doug Broxson and
Clay Ford.


GI lry N ght n2 Mitoln
will correspond once again
with Light Up Downtown
"i':"300n Dec frtotm
wishing to participate can
do so at no cost and are
asked to call 529-0304 for
more information. This
year's event will include
a visit from Santa Claus,
children's Christmas
creations, excerpts of the
Nutcracker ballet, hand
bell ringers and singers,
Charles Dickens carolers,
bagpipers, strolling puppet
theater, live nativity scene,
horsedrawn carriage rides
and much more


College will hold a surplus
property auction at 2202
Douglas Ave. behind
Kooter Brown's at Ninth
and Douglas in Pensacola.
The auction begins at 9
a.m. with viewings from 8-9
a.m. Items on the auction
block include computers,
office supplies, furniture,
televisions, weight
equipment and more.
Cash or check; no credit
cards accepted. For more
information, call 484-1911.

Bark for Life
to fight calncer
The American
Cancer Society's Bark
for Life will be Dec. 3 at
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, on
School House Lane in
Pace. Bark For Life
is a fundraising event
honoring the lifelong
contributions of our
canine caregivers. It
presents an opportunity
for people to be
empowered through
their canine companion
partners and to contribute


Rga5 t aton Cheg hat
8:30 a.m.; walk begins at
9:30 a.m. Registration is
$2 perao atind in luddsog
and one walker, a Bark
For Life doggie bandanna
and goodie bag. Santa
Paws pictures will also be
available. All proceeds will
benefit ACS.

'Clristmas Past,

Bagdad Heritage Tour
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association
will present the annual
Bagdad Heritage Tour, on
Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. until
6 p.m.
"Christmas Past," will
be the theme as this years'
tour will once again bring
history alive. The step


back in time will begin
with registration at either
end of Forsyth Street and
features historic homes,
a church built in 1885
and the Bagdad Village
Museum, all beautifully
decorated for the season.
Tickets are $10 for
adults, $5 children 10 and
under, and are available
at the Bagdad Village
Museum, the Copper
Possum, Bagdad Village
Homes and Land, and at
the Santa Rosa Chamber
of Commerce. The tickets
include entrance to all
tour venues, porch plays,
and live music. Receive
a free commemorative
Christmas ornament with
advance ticket purchase.
For more information,
contact 293-5349, 554-4669
or visit the association's
website at www.
bagdadvillage.org.

Santa Rosa

Republicaln's meeting
The Republican Club
of Santa Rosa County
will hold its next monthly

ede nng andh Gucheat

Blvd, in Navarre, FL
32566, at 6:30 p.m. On Dec.
6 he fe turedrspeaer

Superintendent of
Schools for Santa Rosa
County. For additional
information, please
contact Morgan Lamb,
President The Republican
Club of Santa Rosa County,
(850) 939-2409 or email
morganlambeabellsouth.
net.

Winter Greenery Sale
The Navarre Garden
Club is holding its annual
Winter Greenery Sale.
This year, club members
are offering several items
to beautify your homes
during this holiday season.
Proceeds support the NGC


community beautification
and scholarship efforts.
A noble fir 24-inch
wreath with bow is $25.
The Florida-grown
amaryllis in colorful
painted pot is $18. Of
course, the ever popular
gallon-size red poinsettia
is only $10.
Please contact any
garden club member to
place your order. You may
also order by contacting
sweanavarregardenclub.
org.

Elks Hoop Shoot
to return Dec. 17
The Pensacola Beach
Elks Lodge is proud to
announce the return of
the National Hoop Shoot
Contest to Santa Rosa
County. Invitations have
been sent to all Santa
Rosa County elementary
and middle schools to
have their Hoop Shoot
teams ready for this year's
contest to be Dec. 17, at
Gulf Breeze High School
gym.
Each school will hold

ac ntebst td er n 11o

in each of the three age
groups (8-9; 10-11; 12-13) in

tEah ci samdwil di sed .
head at the local contest
on Dec. 17.
The winners will form
the Pensacola Beach
Elks entry in the District
contest also held at Gulf
Breeze High School Gym
on Jan. 14, 2012. The
District contest will host
teams from Elks lodges
in Warrington, Navarre,
Crestview, Destin, Tri
City as well as Pensacola
Beach.
There is no cost to any
of the participants the
Elks pick up the cost of
travel, food and lodging for
all participants and their
families.


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Operation SantO
The Bagdad Volunteer
Fire Department is
accepting stuffed animal
donations for operation.
Santa, an event the station
has carried out for years.
You can put a smile on the
many faces of children
by simply cleaning out a
closet, toy box, shed or
collecting from friends.
Donations can be dropped
off at the station or picked
up by a member of the
department by calling the
station at 623-8111.

City of Milton
meetings
*Milton Park and
Recreation Committee will
meet at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 28
in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
*Milton Public Works
Committee will meet
Nov. 28 at 9:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B of
City Hall.
*City of Milton Police


















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The MHS Senior Class


will be hosting a Middle School
Dance Dec. 2 in the MHS

Cafeteria from 6pm 9pm.


All proceeds will benefit Senior

la~ Graduation.





County Wide A-Team

C0ngfatU 8tionS0 tO ur star math and science students for their
8000mplishments at the county-wide A-Team competition.


Results for Milton High are:
Mathematics: 3rd place Tyler Kaelin,

4th p 8CO CO10on Westover
SCi00CO: 3rd place CO (00 WOSt0Vef


The competition this year was extremely close. MHS students only
missed out on first and second place finishes by 1 or 2 points.


2011-12 Boy's Basketball

Roster


Senior Feature

Katie Smith i s the daughter of Ann and Steven Smith. A dynamic student and community leader, Katie serves in many
capacities at MHS, including Student Body President; National Honor Society President; Jaybeette Vice- President;
Senior B oard; and Milton High's TV Production Crew. A dual enrollment student, Kati e was chosen as a HOBY (Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leadership) candidate. Outside of her academic and extracurricular involvement, Katie loves to play the
piano and has been taking lessons since kindergarten. Looking back on her fond memories, what stands out to her most
is her coordination and hosting of the national "Spread the Word to End the Word" campaign, an event for her school
to advocate for people with disabilities. Katie was recognized by the Santa Rosa County Commissioners for her
excellence in advocacy and has since traveled the state speaking to numerous schools, conferences and groups. Of
course, all of her teachers at MHS have been phenomenal, but she especially benefitted from Mr. Clark Youngblood
and Ms. Alexandra Timmons. After graduation, Katie plans to attend Boston University to major in Pre-Law and minor
in Political Science.


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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette|I B3


Brieann Boyd, a junior
at MHS, enjoys singing,
church, traveling, music,
and soccer. Her favorite
Subjects are math and
Science. Brieann en joys
VOlunteering to help teach
kids at church. She is a
Diamond girl and a
member of Junior board.
After graduating from
high school Brieann plans
to attend UWF to study
Marine Biology.


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Green, Bobby
Jones, Antwan
Jones, Isaiah

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Shine, Joc
Tober, David
Washington, Haylen
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Wileiamns,T Brnon
Williams, Marcus


Jumior Varsity
Williams, Nate
Williams, Ethan
Morris, Bishop
Jones, Devin

Jh son, Jvnte


Rambo, Demetric
Flakes, Andre
Justice, Mark

Grfith Lon
Brandon Barmer


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Xavier Lev erett
Derrick Johnson
Ty Green
Nick Jackson



Greg H~unt
Tadiarian Rambo
Even Stenerson
Benjamin west
Garrett Rogers
Matthew Predmore
Andrew Harris


IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS


Main Office: 983-5600
Main Office Fax: 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618
Attendance: 983-5608
Ans. Machine: 983-5658


Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606
Chorus: 983-5613
M. Rutledge: 983-5616
Athletic Fax: 983-5614

mw.santarosa.kl 2.fl.us/mhs


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Local


saturday, November 26, 201 1


Makenna Simmons.

AII-A F urth G ad

Olivia Armstrong,
Jacob Bott, Madelyn
Cozart, Lynsey Dunlap,
Makayla Hart, Joseph
Kimsey, and Dalton Lewis

AII-A Fifth Grade
Maria Brown and
Caitlyn Retzlaff

AII-AI Sixth Grade
Carleigh Baerresen'
Lani Bailey, Abigail Bott,
Morgan Ellis, Lexe Fay,
and Connor Roberts

AB First Grade
Jacob Baerresen,
Sidney Boone, Wilton
Cooke. Skylar Crawley,
Matthew Franklin,
Skylynn Gonzalez, Ty~le
Haddock, Hunter Hall,
Ricki Lynn Haugen, Lucas
Kimbrough, Cecelia May,
Audra Roberts, Hannah
Spencer, Jaden Varney,
Caden Walther, Mason


Weekley, Shane White, and
Cody Wilcox.

AB Second Grade
Kinion Bankston,
Madeline Bankston,
Hannah Bott, Jillian
Cherven, Logan Dixon,
Gracie Enfinger, Joshua
Enfinger, Savannah
Holland, Ryleigh Hyler,
Logan Johnson, Kyle
Knupp, J.W. LaCoste
Kylan Lollie, Wyatt Parker,
Chloe Perry, Marissa
Retzlaff, and Dylan
Zarahn.


AB Third Grade
Victoria Bledsoe,
Madelynne Boone, Andrew
Brown, Faith Bush, Sean
Chambers, Deanna
Edwards, Dakota Goins,
Katie Hart, Elizabeth Hay,
Ethan Jernigan, Landyn
Jernigan, Kiara Jones,
Garrett Lawson, Jesie
Lee, Kendall McLeod,
Jasmine Milstead, Caitlen
Mishoe, GaryMoorer,
Riley Newchurch, Lindsay


Petty, Ethan Pitts, Michael
Poole, Eloura Riewerts,
Alexis Robinson, Lane
Sample, Mahala Smith,
Trinity Thomas, and
Cedric Wood.

AB F uth G ad

Jordan Adams, Shelby
Balk, Lennon Bogie,
Amber Fuqua, Dartagnan
Hall, Ethan Harris, Hunter
Jarrell, Daniel Peek,
Mathias Ravenscraft,
Kylie Schwarz, Derec
Smith, and Eliza Weaver.

AB Fifth Grade
Alan Carlson, Kailey
Dykes, Michael Lovett,
Madison McLeod, and
Annelise Perry.

AB Sixth Grade
Makenzie Adams, Ty~ler
Colvin, Alex Glancy, Lane
Heaton, Haleigh Herring,
Aliya Kaufman, Ty~ler
Kelley, Nathaniel Kimsey,
Kaley Mann, Kailee
McLamore, Matthew


Nordstrom, Zachary
Rutherford, and Alex
Simmons.

Te rfic Kids Pr -KG
Autumn Boutwell,
Br"ce Bowers, Haley
Chambers, Jacob Kinder,
and Carson Lowe.

Terrific Kids KG
Mason Godwin, Yahil
Robles, Jordan Tompkins,
Brooklyn Wilson, Caden
Barnes, Annalease
Copeland, Michael
Gauthier, Isabella Kent,
Levi Mishoe, and Ryan
Welch.

Terrific Kids
FifSt Grade
Lucas Kimbrough, .
Lucas Matthews, Cecihia
May, Karina Cutts, Hunter
Hall, Ava Johnson, Caleb
Locklin, Jeffery Adams,
Natalie Bush, and Claire
Sherman.

Terrific Kids
Second Grade

Bra~nhdaoreD ndon, Beth
Peek, Morgan Mathews,
Andrea Moorer, Hannah
Cooley, Garrett Fowler,
and Savannah Holland.

Terrific KidS
Third Grade
Timothy Crapps,


Denise Edwards, Bishop
Godwin, Landyn Jernigan,
Kendall McLeod, Lucas
Blair, Dylan Campbell,
Jacob Cody, Garrett
Holland, Josie Lee,
Makenna Simmons, Mia
Taylor, Victorie Bledsoe,
Deanna Edwards,
Eryn Hoffman, Garrett
Lawson, Hunter Morrell,
and Austin Tribble.

Terrific Kids
FOUrth Gracle
Jordan Adams,
Madelyn Cozart, Lynsey
Dunlap, Dalton Lewis,
Paige Henderson, and
Hunter Moore.

Terrific Kids
Fif th Gracle
Katherine Bonifay,
Kailey D kes D 1i
G isold, Msdd ani
McL od, Daryl Penek
Dylan Petty, Alexus
Taylor, Kala Trawick, and
Trisha Winkelbach.


Terrific Kids
Sixth Grade
Carleigh Baerresen,
Lani Bailey, Abigail Bott,
Kaley Mann, Kailee
McLamore, Lauren
Morrell, Mary Ruth
Passmore, Noah Pitts,
Zachary Rutherford,
Nicholas Shook, and Alex
Simmons.


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AII-A First Grade
Stephaine Blocker,
Allen Boggs, Dawson
Corlies, Karina Cutts,
Hannah Franklin, Taylor
George, Anthony Harris,
Levaught Jackson,
Ava Johnson, Landen
Johnson, Joseph Jones,
Anna Kennedy, Brianna
Lester, Caleb Locklin,
Lucas Matthews, Tagen
Pittman, Sydnee Robinett,
Tia Sigler, Ashlynn Spears,
and Houston Younce.

AII-A Second Grade
Sarah Abram, Kaysee

AH nnah C oneB, Brndon
Dahlman, Winne Denne
Garrett Fowler, Cheyenne
Goins, Charity Graham,
Jasmine Hoodless,
Morgan Mathews, Andrea
Moorer, and Beth Peek

Al-A T ird Grade
Kaitlyn Fretwell,
Bishop Godwin, Eryn
Hoffman, Kallan Martin,
Trenton Moye, and


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On Satulnday, Decemberrcl ,3, 2011
Ite~ba Bany is lunning 80

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Saturday, November 26, 201 1


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette|I B5


Parmelee, Brittani Pate,
John Payne, Jacob Perry,
William Porter, Vincent
Potate, Matthew Predmore,
Morgan Pursell, Christopher
Quesenberry, Erin Rains,
Tadarian Rambo, Caitlin
Reed, Kady Reed, Jasmin
Rhea, Jordan Rhea, Haley
Ritchie, Shelby Roberts,
Autumn Rogers, Hugh Rogers,
Annabelle Sawyer, Cecily
Scott, Cheyanne Seaman,
Austin Shepard, Brandi
Sizemore, Antahlaya Smith,
Clark Smith, Katie Sparr,
Crystal Stiltner, Ashtin Sutton,
Marcus Tate, Parys Thomas,
Deanna Thorpe, Haleigh
Vance, Jenna Wade, Kaitlyn
Waller, Kirkland Wall,
Victoria Watts, Dominique
Weekley, Benjamin West,
Deiah Wilkerson, Aunna
Williams, Madison Williams,
and Neena Williams.

AB 10th Grade
Cody Allen, Hunter
Applegate, Kalia Atwell,
Raymond Baillie, Rachel
Baker, Mystien Barker, Katie
Belcher, Caylan Bentley,
Michael Billen, Brandon
Boner, Nadia Bortolin,
Savanna Bradley, Hannah
Brake, Cody Brayton, Victoria
Campbell, Tara Clark,
Thomas Clifton, Micaela
Cooley, Zakari Covin,
Nicholas Dinwiddie, Jezreel
Dofita, Gracen Drake, Taylor
Dreher, Christina Drennan,
Luis Dunn, Caymon Durbin,
Aaron Ellis, Alexandra
Emerson, Allyson Fagan,
Karina Floyd, Kendall
Fugua, Chase Galbreath,
Christopher Garcia, James
Garrett, Seth Gelb, Brittney
Gibson, Taylor Gillis, Jacob
Graham, Katie Grayson,
Samantha Griffith, Dusty Hall,
Adrianna Harding, Nisa-Ann
Hawk, Lakyn Hearn, Joseph
Heino, Kimberly Hendricks,
Monica Hughes, Keven
Humphreys, Kara Jernigan,
Justice Johnson, Kauren
Johnston, Kristen Jordan-
Elsperman, Richard Krebs,
yillia KumraD e,
Wesley Layton, Briana Lee,
Cody Leggett, Grant Locklin,
Nicholas Long, Alexander
Love, Kassara Lozano,
Steven Manning, Shawna
Mann, Jessica Martin,
Victoria Maxwell, Conner
McCreless, Ryan McCutchen,
Brandon Ma~in, Megan
Melendez, Dylan Merritt,
Miles Michener, Matthew
Mikas, Bishop Morris,
Nichole Mousavizadegan,
Arturo Ojeda, Justin Osborne,
Chandler Padgett, Kierstin
Patterson, Madison Peoples,
Jaclyn Phelps, Caleb Pough,
Demetric Rambo, Alana
Ramos, Adrian Smith, Triston
Spangler, Jessica Steele,
Sashiana Straughn, Chance
Thaxton, Jonathan Thomas,
Christopher Thomson, Garnet


Torres, Alexandra Tzagakis,
Victoria Walker, Zechariah
Walker, Logan Watson,
Abbie Wilson, Chase
Wingate, Austin Winslow,
Hailey Wistner, and Kristina
Wood .

AB 11th G ade
Travian Albert, Grismaldy
Amador, Brandon Beasley,
Trevor Bestor, Brieann
Boyd, Reeta Cannon, Cory
Carrier, Tierra Carter, Karson
Castle, Lucas Clevenger,
Caleb Connell, Elizabeth
Cunningham, Amber Davis,
Sheila Deir, Devon Demarcus,
Matthew Denne, Derrick
Fretwell, Krisena Gall,
Garrett Greene, Bradley
Hardison, Kaitlin Harp, Trey
Helms, Catherine Holmes,
Elizabeth Howe, Allison
Hoyland, Christopher Hunt,
Ashlee Johnson, Antwan
Jones, McKenzie Jones,
Mark Justice, Samantha
Keen, Rachel Keranovic,
Sydney Lawson, Donovan
Leslie, Ashley Locke, Kaylyn
McEachron, Michael
Melendez, Marta Mock, Sara
Morgado, Ashton Morris,
Gabriella Morton, Sean
Mowbray, Charlie Nall,


Taelin Nason, Christopher
Noda, Zhana Parker, Brian
Parmelee, Madison Phillips,
Sarah Phillips, Jagueline
Pisall, Braden Potter-Dees,
Paige Reed, Gunter Rogers,
Nichole Simmons, David
Simoneau, Jordan Smith,
David Stout, Jared Sutherland,
Joseph Timbang, Elmer
Turner, Spyros Vallianos,
Ashlyn Vallon, Savannah
Way, Trevor Wheeler,
Hunter Wiley, and Brandon
Williams.

AB 12th Grade
Ashley Allen, Nathan
Barnes, Kristyn Barney,
Antonio Berrocal, Marcy
Blackman, Justina Branch,
Krystina Brannon, Sarah
Bright, Mariah Brooks,
Mark Bullard, Raymond
Burch, Stephanie Burgett,
Katie Cable, Taylor Caris,
Sidney Catt, Franklin Cheek,
Cherie Clopton, Jaysea
Coates, Courtney Creel,
Abigail Croaker, Sarah
Dawson, Nicholas Duffy,
Morganne Ferguson, Victor
Ffrench, Taylor Flocken,
Jason Goings, Andrea
Harris, Karissa Hebner, Kala
Herington, Paul Holmes,


Jalisa Hoskins, Viktoria
Hunter, Kathrine Hutcheson,
Chelsea Jackson, Cierrah
Jackson, Nicholas Jarina,
Abrea Johnson, Joseph
Joiner, Mara Klee, Heidi
Knecht, Anthony Laughman,
Tyler Leach, Stephen Leleux,
Dane Locklin, Carby Lohr,
Timothy Manning, Jordan
Martin, Katie Martin, Joshua
Matheny, Joel Mathews,
Miranda Melvin, Joseph
Montgomery, Dustin
Morris, Adrian Morton,
Phyllis Nared, Chancellor
Netzer, Ryan Novacie,
Tekla Pawelkoski, Michael
Peberdy, Carissa Penton,
Brianna Pickett, Sarah
Prine, Nichole Radomski,
Travis Ramsay, Justin Redd,
Zachary Reid, Angelina
Reyes, Jessica Robertson,
Jarrett Ruedy, Jeremy
Schepper, Christopher
Small, Katharine Smith, Holli
Stevens, Sarah Stewart,
Dillon Tedder, Bridgett
Thomason, Katie Thompson,
Desiree Velasquez, Nicholas
Wagner, Tyler Wessling,
Jesse Williams-Houchin,
Kenneth Winslow, James
Wise, Jessica Wood,
Katherine Worley, Zachary
Wright, and Paul Young.


Kristin Allchin, Madelyn
Anderson, Jordan Ardoin,
Precious Bartush, Catherine
Beaumont, Brenden Blevins,
Mark Britton, Karli Butcher,
Caleb Champion, Lakendra
Cook, Emily Curtis, Jarod
Duesing, Kaylee Ennis,
Emily Fields, Jayci Floyd,
Kenneth Ford, Dakota
Garner, Maxwell Gray,
Patrick Greene, Andrew
Harris, Bailey Jackson,
Meghan Jorgensen, Kathleen
Kunert, Sierra Locke, Stephen
Lunsford, Autumn Matthews,
Jaleelia McCoy, Micah
MaGaha, Hannah McMullen,
Sarra Merritt, john Muok,
Savannah Murta, Savanna
New, Katie Noble, Kristen
Peaden, Morgan Pollard,
Jonathan Pool, Shaun
Senterfitt, Evan Stenerson,
Destiny Sullivan, Jessica
Thompson, Brittany Tweit,
Kalyn Wadsworth, Trevor
Walters, Zhexin Sam Wang,
Border Williams, Hannah
Wingate, Gavin Wiscaver,
and Alexis Worrell

AII-A 10th Grade
Brian Abenojar, Mariah
Ard, Jeremy Bailey, Caleb
Barlow, Randi Bass, Alyssa
Bramwell, Jeffery Bri gs,
Melissa Brignano, Jake Butler,
Miranda Cannon, Cory
Cardwell, Lauren Cavazos,
Dylan Clark, Colleen Courey,
Sade Crosby, Andre Flakes,
Tiffanie Fulton-Kennedy,
Grayson Harris, Tabitha
Haygood, Georgia Huffman,
Kandace Jernigan, Tyler
Kass, Amber Kimmons, Zane
Lowe, Morgan Lundquist,
Courtney Martin, Monica
Mclnnes, Keely McNeal,
Alexis Metzler, Garrett
Ruocco, Ryan Schaffer,
Tyler Schulte, Ashton Shell,
Joseph Smith, Briana Swesey,
Courtney Teuber, Becca
Turner, Ethan Williams,
Kaycee Wright, and Conner
Young.

AII-A Illth Grade
Abigail Beaumont,
Nicholas Breland, Chloe
Bressack, Kevin Brooks,
Jessica Brown, Hunter Burney,
Heather Forester, Pasco
Gibson, Christine Gomez,
Miranda Greer, William
Harris, Shane Howell, Ella
Jones, Jacquelyn Kahler,
Adria Kokinos, Vita Locke,
Landry Lowrimore, Shelby
Lutz, Austin Main, Matthew
McGaha, Haley McGuyre,
David Moe, Shane Mullins,
Christopher Noble, Ashley
Pate, Anna Pool, Emory
Price, Cara Scott, Alexander
Selmon, Amanda Somerset,
Brittany Stansbury, Ashlee
Stokley, John Temple, Dylan
Thorpe, Matthew Turley, Leah
Wadsworth, Robert Waters,
and Hunter Wingate.


Eric Abenojar, Katie
Bennett, Douglas Bowman,
Taylor Brewton, Emily Brooks,
Cameron Burttschell, cody
Cattnach, Kyndal Cobb,
Sequita Collier, Sharon
Daugherty, Kirsten Davidson,
Timothy Dempsey, Kelsea
England, Kelli Gallagher,
Kasandra Gilley, Savannah
Glenn, Kai Greene, Haley
Harrell, Charles Hernandez,
Katrina Humphreys, Alexius
Jackson, Kay Jackson, Melanie
Jameson, Emily Kaelin, Tyler
Kaelin, Caitlin Kennedy,
Kelsey King, Mari Kyle, Taylor
Lewis, Andrew Locke, Kaitlyn
Lyle, Ryan Lynn, Brooke
McGree, Morgan Monasterio,
Raven Murta, Linsey Myrick,
Andrew Nation, Hunter
Nelson, Laura Nelson, Rose
O'Brien, Jose Parra, Nolan
Penfold, Kortney Phillips,
jacklyn Proffitt, Hannah
Rice, Landen Ryder, William
Schraer, Jade Shumaker, Lisa
Smith, Tyler Stark, Rebecca
Stevens, Rashelle Stewart,
Amy Touchstone, Madison
Turner, Catherine Walker,
Marena Weekley, Colton
Westover, Alexa White, Emily
Womack, Kimberly Womack,
and Thomas Young.

AB 9th Grade
Kayla Adams, Jasmine
Alday, Meagan Atwill,
Kayla Bastin, Kyle Baumann,
Michael Beech, Cheyenne
Belanger, Tyler Belchers,
Jordan Belton, Cayce
Blackburn, Allyssa Bowers,
Jasmine Boyce, John Bright,
Joseph Brill, Kayla Brown,
Arianna Bucci, Corey
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Weber: Brandon Sproat,
Sarah Zaghloul, and Lucy
Hu.

AB Honor Roll:
Second grade
Andrew: Raven Bashard,
Caleb Clark, Arin Cruz,
Kendall Grimes, Aryana
Hughes, Dylan Parsch,
Shane Peddicord, Isabelle
Sahlin, Garrett Schiebe,
Natalie Sterling, and
Mattias Stigler.
Calloway: Jared
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Zachary Biggs, Jonathan
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Wallace, Zac Wilder, Alexia
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Aly Bennett.
Langham: Arilynne
Barbier, Marina Brenke,
Aedan Hahn, Kali Hesters,
Cielee Hollon, and Dylan
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Logan Lachney, Nathan
Likovetz, Jenna Morris,
Wesleigh Outland, and
Xander Barnette.
Rhodes: Joshua Agcaoili,
Matthew Agcaoili, Heaven
Brandt, Dayna Casey,
Mason Emmons, Breeana
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Dylan Davis, Charley
Gagliano, Madison
Leonardo, Mikayla
Mclaurin, Autumn Franklin,
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Wiley: Ashton Beeman,
Autumn Hinson, Haley
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Kameron Smith.
Bullock: Jet Blair, Lee
Burke, Wyatt Dillon, Kaitlyn
King, Sarah King, Garrett
McClelland, Malorie Miller,
Kaitlyn Panko, and Rashaun
Pettus.
Dixon: Aiden Coleman,
Libby Hays, Madison
Merritt, Trenton Norton,
Leon Petitt, Ryan Snell, and
Ethan Ziegler.
Middleton: Noah Ansley,
Gavin Brandt, Travis
Cheatham, Irving Esobedo,
Connor McKnight, Jaylee
Miracle, and Elizabeth
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Katelynn Edmonds, David
Fitzsimons, Noah Gaines,
Katelyn Green, Madalyn
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Brooklynn Smithey, and
David Tullus.
Windham:
Chyenne
Bartholomew,

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Bowman, Elizabeth Farley,
and Wyatt Goodale.
White: Seth Baker, Trey
Burke, Shali Burnett, Olivia
Confusione, Kevin Elliot,
Abigal Harper, and Jalen
West.

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Santo: Brayden Clark,
Jennah Gibson, Christopher
Gomillion, Reagan Corley,
Micah Higgins, Devon
Jackson, Chance Keeney,
Dylan Pierce, Hudson
Ragland, Elilah Savage,
Riley Warrick, and Tyler
Wells.
Williams: Madalyn Jay,
Selena Jacks, Nicole Pratt,
Tristan Smith, James Tracey,
Zachary Stabler, Madison
Vaks, Hunter Watson, Daniel
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Blazier, John Holmes,
Autumn King, Giselle
Marrero, Rilen McLaughlin,
Hannah Likovetz, Tommy
Pipkin, Ethan Robertson, and
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Jake Wolden.
Utke: James Billhimer,
Blessing Hommerbocker,
Timothy Williams, Summer
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Brandt: Thomas Bushart,
Makai Gagliano, Autumn
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Colyer: Kaitlyn Elliott,
Tyler Emmons, Kristien
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Jacobs: Kenzie
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Hailee Snell, Alexander
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Mosco, Madisen Perkins,
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Snowden: Mackenzie
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Weber: Kevin Thomas,
Cody Barbier, David Barton,
Delaney Fisher, Erica Fisher,
Alicia Hamid, Vivi Huynh,
Grace Smith, and Sabrina
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Joslyn Patiz, and Cayden
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Rhodes: T. J. Fahr,
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Hayes, Marlee Middleton,
Ethan Pensyl, and Christian
Valarezo.
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James Hu, and Griffin Hutto.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the under-
signed, Clerk of Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, pursu-
ant to the Summary FI-
nal Judgment of Fore-
closure entered In this
cause, will sell at 11:00
a.m. C.S.T. at the North
Front Door of the Santa
Rosa County Court-
house 6865 Caroline
Street In Santa Rosa
County, Mllton, Florida
on the 15 day of De-
cember, 2011, the fol-
lowing described par-
cel of real property,
to-wit:

That certain real prop-
erty lying and being In
Santa Rosa County,
Florida and being more
particularly described
as follows:

EXHIBIT 'X

Parcel "i:

Commence at the
Northwest corner of
Section 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida; Thence go
South 03 degrees 30
minutes 00 seconds
East along the West
lne of the aforesaid
Section 31 a distance
of 165.13 feet to the
Point of Beginning,
said point being on the
Southerly right of way
lne of State Road No.
30 (U.S. Highway #98,
160' R/W) and being In
a curve having a radius
of 5629.65 feet; thence
go along the said curve
to the right In a North-
easterly direction an
arc distance of 338.00
feet (5chorde dstanc a
bearing = North 73 de-
grees 04 minutes 20
seconds East); thence
departing the aforesaid
right of way lne of U.S.
Highway #98 go South
03 degrees 33 minutes
00 seconds East a dis-
tance of 300.00 feet;
thence go South 73 de-
grees 04 minutes 58
seconds West a dis-
tance of 338.19 feet to
the aforesaid West lne
of section 31; thence
go North 03 degrees
estninute ta seconds
feet to the Point of Be-
glnning. The above de-
scribed parcel of land
Is situated In Section
31, Township 2 South,
Range 28 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida.

AND

Parcel "B :

Commence at the
Northwest corner of
Section 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida; Thence go
South 03 degrees 30
minutes 00 seconds
East along the West
lne of the aforesaid
Section 31 a distance
of 165.13 feet to a point
on the Southerly right
of way lne of State
Road #30 (U.S. High-
way #98, 160' R/W);
thence continue along
the aforesaid West lne
of Section 31 South 03
degrees 30 minutes 00

tsaenccendos 30 steetato te
Point of Beginning;
thence go North 73 de-
grees 04 minutes 58
seconds East a dis-
tance of 338.19 feet;
thence go South 03 de-
grees 33 minutes 00
seconds East a dis-
tance of 978.28 feet;
thence go South 84 de-
grees 35 minutes 45
seconds west a dis-
taceafof 330.00 feet t
of Section 31; thence
go North 03 degrees
30 minutes 00 seconds
West a distance of
910.77 feet to the Point
of Beginning. The
above described parcel
of land Is situated In
Section 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.

Together with a perpet-
ual easement for In-


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|1100
gress, egress and utility
purposes over and
across that portion of
Parcel C, Crane Cove,
a subdivision of a por-
tlon of Section 36,
Township 2 South.
Range 29 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
according to Plat re-
corded In Plat Book G.
at page 21, of the pub-
110 records of said
County, lying Immedl-
ately adjacent to the
following described
property:

Beginning at the North-
west Corner of Lot 4,
Section 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, and then run
East three and one-half
degrees North a dis-
tance of 330 feet;
thence South Three
and one-half degrees
East a distance of 1320
feet; thence West Three
and a half degrees
South 330 feet; thence
North three and a half
degrees West a dis-
tance of 1320 feet to
the Point of Beginning
Less and excepting
therefrom that portion
thereof lying within
Unled States Highway
#98 (160' R/W). (Said
property being other-
wise described as the
West 330 feet of the
North 1320 feet of Sec-
tion 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, less that por-
tion lying within U.S.
Highway #98) .

More particularly de-
scribed as:

mmthe e co ner toe
Section 31, Township 2
South, Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County
Florida; thence go
South 03 degress 30
minutes 00 seconds
East along the West
lne of said section a
distance of 165.13 feet
to the Point of Beginn-
Ing, said point being on
the Southerly right of
way lne of State Road
#30 (U.S. Highway
#98, 160 foot right of
way) and being In a
curve 2haingeet trhaedn
go along said curve to
the right In a Northeast-
erly direction an arc
distance of 338.01 feet
(chord distance =
337.956 feet, chord
beaning 0 N nhut73 d~e0

seconds East); rihence

way lne go South 03
degrees 33 minutes 00
seconds East a dis-
tance of 1278.28 feet:
thence go South 84 de-
grees 35 minutes 45
seconds West a dis-
tance of 330 feet;
thence go North 03 de-
grees 30 minutes 00
seconds West a dis-
tance of 1210.77 feet to
the Point of Beginning.

Together with all of
Mortgagors rights un-
der that Partial Assign-
ment of Perpetual
Drainage Easement as
recorded In O.R. Book
1614 at page 1781 of
the public records of
S a.t Rosa County,

ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS OF
THE DATE OF THE
SALE.

In accordance with F.S.
45.031(3), the success-
ful high bidder, If other
than the Plaintiff, shall
post with the Clerk a
deposit equal to five (5)
percent of the final bid
or $1,000.00, which-
ever Is less. The bal-
ance shall be paid to
the Clerk within
twenty-four hours of the
sale; otherwise the
Clerk shall re-advertise
the sale and pay all


|1100
cation of this Notice Is
November 17, 2011.

/S/Gerald J. Pafenberg
GERALD J.
PAFENBERG
3234 Fernwood Drive
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

/s/Karl W. Boyles, Jr,
Esquire
KARL W. BOYLES, JR,
ESQUIRE
Attorney at Law
212 W. Cervantes
Street (32501)
PO. Box13464
Pensacola, FL
32591-3464


(850) 433-9225
FLORIDA
#145909
Attorney for
Representative

11/19 &11/23
11/935


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IN THE
COURT OF T
JUDICIAL CIR(
AND FOR
ROSA COUNT\
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CASE
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Plaintiff (s)
vs.

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NOTICE OF ACT
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WITNESS hy
seal of thms C
November 10, 20

MARY M. JO
Clerk
SANTA ROSA
Florida
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Leshle Baker
Deputy Clerk

11/19 &11/26
11/936


1100
Ilcation of this Notice,
Otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief sought In
the Complaint.

This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks In a newspa-
per of general circula-
tlon In Santa Rosa
County, Florida.

IN WITNESS
WHEREOF, Have
hereunto set my hand
and affixed the official
seal of said Court at
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, this 8th day of
November, 2011.

MARY M. JOHNSON
as Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Leshle Baker
DEPUTY CLERK

11/19 &11/26
11/941


11/937

IN THE CIRCUIT
CUOURTALOFCTRHCEFIR T
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA.
CASE No.
572009CA001387CAXXXX

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFl-
CAEHO DES OF

PAINTIFF


DA ID L. FOXWORTH,

DEFENDANTSS.

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated July
21, 2010 In the above
action, Iwill sell to the
highest bidder for cash
at Santa Rosa, Florida,
on December 14, 2011,
at 11:00 a.m., at North
steps of courthouse -
PO5Box74272forMiltt F
lowing described prop-
erty:

LOT 33, TIGER LAKE,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDEG, PAGE 27PL O

TRED PUOBFLIC SRNETC-
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of

fil allclapen nihsn sinut
(60) days after the sale.
The Court, In Its discre-
tlon, may enlarge the
time of the sale. Notice
of the changed time of
sale shall be published
as provided herein.

DATED: 11/8/11

By: Mary English
Deputy Clerk of the

CR UIT COURT SEAL

Ilf you are a person
with a disabllty who
needs any accommo-
dation In order to par-
ticipate In this proceed-
Ing, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the
provision of certain as-
sistance. Please con-
tact the ADA Coordina-
tor, Ms. Shella A. Sims
entl905tG vernm na
sacola, FL 32502; tele-
phone number
850-595-4400 two (2)
working days of your
receipt of this notice; If
you are hearing Im-
paired, call the Florida
Relay Services
1-800-955-8771 (TTY);
If you are volce Im-
paired, call the Florida
Relay Services at
1-800-955-8770.

11/19 &11/26
11/937


11/954

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
CASE NO.
10001432CA
CIRCUIT CIVIL

VANDERBILT MORT-
GAGE AND FINANCE,
INC., a Tennessee cor-
poration authorized to
transact business In
Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.

DONNIE LEE CURTIS
WHITE MARTIN A/K/A
DONNIE LEE CURTIS
WHITE A/K/A DONNA
L. MARTIN: and MACK
DEE MARTIN A/K/A

WAFE AND HUSBARTND,
Defendants.


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costs of the sale from
the deposit. Any re-
malning funds shall be
applied toward the
judgment.

THIS NOTICE dated
this 18 day of Novem-
ber, 2011.

Mary M. Johnson,
Santa Rosa County
Clerk of Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk

11/26 &12/3
11/955

11/952
NOTICE OF SALE

To be sold for the Ilen
owed for charges of
towing and storage.
The vehicle will be sold
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the Ilen on the
vehicle. The sale will be
held at JR's Paint &
Body, 5933 Graham
Lane. Milton In Santa
Rosa County In the
State of Florida.

The following
Vehicle(s) Is/are being
adeld no the above

Year: 1997 Make: Pon-
tlac Model: Bonneville
V IN
1G2HX5216VH232424

The registered and/or
legal owners are:

OWNER: Bryan Todd

DO141dewinderLo op
Crestylew, FL 32536

LIEN HOLDER: N/A

INSURANCE CO: Pro-
gressive Am. Ins Sal-
vage Dept
5920 Landerbrook Dr.;
Box L31A
Mayfleld Hleghts, OH
44124

Amount to towing Is
$90.00, Lien Filing Fee
of $300.00, Storage
Charges of $95.88 as
of November 7, 2011,
plus additional storage
fees of $15.00 per day
plus sales tax.

Ths said slem wIr b~e

2011 at 10:00 AM (cst).

If the owner cares to re-
cover said vehicle they
may bring the amount
of the charges In cash
only bforeR the da e o

wIdybeandurrtehnedereedhic
them. This sale Is In ac-
cordance with FL Stat-
ute 713.78

TOWING COMPANY
J.R. SIMS

11/26
11/952

11/935

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.:
2011-CP-295
DIVISION: A

IN RE: Estate of
META Md PAFENBERG,


NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of META M.
PAFENBERG de-
ceased, File Number
2011-CP-295, Is pend-
Ing In the Circuit Court
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Divl-

whch es649 darsolin
Street, Milton, Florida
32570. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, In-
cluding unmatured
contingent or unliqul-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice Is
served must file their
clis wit~hHthis L ur

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
decedent's estate, In-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqul-
dated claims, must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO

EVERDBAW ED.B FO-

The date of first publl-


|1100
11/941

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2011 CA
000548

HANCOCK BANK, as
assignee of the FED-
ERAL DEPOSIT INSUR-
ANCE CORPORATION,
RECEIVER OF PEO-
PLES FIRST COMMU-
NITY BANK,
Plaintff,


|1100

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS GIVEN that,
In accordance with the
Plaintiff's Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure
entered on November
17, 2011 In the
above-styled cause,I
will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash on December 14,

(CST, on, the Fro~nt
Steps of the Santa
Rosa County Court-
house, located at 6865
Caroline St., Milton, FL
32570, the following
described property:

Commence at the
Northwest corner of
Section 16, Township 2
North, Range 26 West,
Santa Rosa County,
Florida and thence East
3025 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence
South 100 feet; thence
East 400 feet; thence
North 100 feet; thence
West 400 feet to the
Point of Beginning.

Property Address:
11239 Boundary Line
Road, Milton, FL
32583.

ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.

Dated: November 18,
2011.

MAERRK M. JOHNSON,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: A. Watson
Deputy Clerk

11/26 &12/3
11/954



11/956

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
BY CLERK OF CIR-
CUIT COURT

Notice Is hereby given
that the undersigned,
Mary M. Johnson,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will on
December 15, 2011, a
vwwwsantarosa.reallorelsc

ance with Chapter 45,
Florida Statutes offer
for sale, and sell at
public outcry to the
highest and best bid-
der, the following de-
scribed real property
situated In Santa Rosa
County, Florida:

LOT 4, BLOCK H AND
LOT 16, BLOCK N,
ASHLEY PLANTATION
PHASE TWO, A SUBDI-
VISION ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES
9,10,11,12 AND 13 OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-

NAD
LOT 21, BLOCK Q.
AHSLEY PLANTATION
PHASE THREE, A SUB-
DIVISION ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGES 22,
23 ,24, AND 25 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY


marrsuFinaltoJu gementuI
Foreclosure entered In
a case pending In said
Court, the style of
which Is

SYNOVUS BANK,a
Georgla banking cor-
poration, formerly
known as COLUMBUS
BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY, as succes-
sor In Interest through
name change and by
merger with COMMU-
NITY BANK AND
TRUST OF SOUTH-
EAST ALABAMA d/b/a
COASTAL BANK AND
TRUST,
Plaintiff,


ERIC R. WALLER and
ANGELA W. WALLER,
husband and wife, and
ASHLEY PLANTATION
HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC.,
Defendants.

and the docket number
of which Is 2011 CA
000135.

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
Other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Ils pendens must
file a claim with the
clerk of the court within
60 days after the sale.

If you are a person with

anydiabil mm datineeds
order to participate In
this proceeding, you


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Barry Chavers and De-
nise Chavers, Husband
and Wife.
Defendant(s).
11/940
AMENDED NOTICE
INVITATION TO BID O AE
Sealed Blds Will Be Re-
ceived From NOTICE IS HEREBY
Pre-qualifled Contrac- GIVEN pursuant to an
tors By The Santa Rosa Order rescheduling
County School Board foreclosure sale dated
At The Office Of The November 7, 2011 en-
Assistant Superintend- tered n Civil Case No.
ent For Administrative 2009-CA-001830 of the
Services, 6544 Fire- Circuit Court of the 1st
house Road, Upstairs Judicial Circuit In and
Conference Room for Santa Rosa County,
(Maintenance Build-Flrd ween
Ing(80)93-123 Ml-JPMorgan Chase Bank,
ton, Florida, Until 2:00 National Association,
PM, Local Time, TUES- Plaintiff and Barry
DAY, December 6 Chavers and Denise
1d1Plae W ds eChavers, Husband and
And laceAll idsWIIife are defendantss, I
Be Publicly Opened will sell to the highest
And Read Aloud, For and best bidder for
The Construction Of cash, AT THE NORTH
"CHUMUCKLA ELE- FRONT DOOR OF THE
MENTARY -FOUR SANTA ROSA COUNTY
CLASSROOM ADDI-CORHUE L-
TION" For The School CATED AT 6865 CARO-
Board Of Santa Rosa LINE STREET, MIL-
County, Florida. TON, FLORIDA AT
11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
AnyCBols Relyve R -STANDARD TIME, De-
te clsn IIB em,,ber 14, 2011, the
turned Unopened. following described
All contacts or du-property as set forth In
Allcotratos fr dusaid Final Judgment,

t Ieb notfacd that ato-t:
be eligible to bid on LOT 4, BLOCK 4, TUR-
school projects they KEY CREEK ESTATES,
must be pre-quallfled.A SUBDIVISION, AC-
Contact the Board at CORDING TO THE
the above address for PLAT THEREOF, AS
Information on RECORDED IN PLAT
pre-qualifying. BOOK D, PAGE 9, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
General Contractors ORDS OF SANTA
may obtain One Set of ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
Printed DocumentsID.
from Bay Area Blue-
print, 700 S. Pace ANY PERSON CLAIM-
Blvd., Pensacola, FL ING AN INTEREST IN
32502 Upon Recelpt ofTHE SURPLUS FROM
a Deposit Of $250.00 THE SALE, IF ANY

PoerDAG rcahdtects) D- RO RTYTHAOWER
posit Will Be Refunded AS OF THE DATE OF
Provided That Plans THE LIS PENDENS
And Specifications Are MUST FILE A CLAIM
Returned In Original WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
Condition To The Ar- TRTESL.
chitect Within Seven (7)

Ads Frtehrer, Blrovid D lrd, thi 8 MdLTO
miat Th~e BContractdoe November, 2011.
Bld. All DocumentsM.Egsh
can also be viewed MR .JHSN
online at CLERK OF THE CIR-
www.bayareablue.com. CUIT COURT
Click Plan Room on Santa Rosa County,
left of page and click Florida
register now then fol- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
low Instructions.
Bls hllbesbmttdATTORNEY FOR
Bidsshal be ubmitedPLAINTIFF:
on the form supplied SHAPIRO, FISHMAN &
by the Architect. Each GACHE, LLP
bid must be accom- 4630 Woodland Corpo-
panied by a Bld Bond rateBlvd.
In the amount of 5% of Sulte 100
the base bid as guar- Tampa,FL 33614
antee that the suc- (813) 880-8888
cessful bidder will enter
Into a written contract 1/9&1/6
with the Owner and fur-1/42
nish a 100%
"Performance Bond
ade al100% "La~bor and 11/955
Bond" satisfactory to IN THE CIRCUIT
the Owner. COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
A Mandatory Pre Bld AND FOR SANTA
Meeting Will Be Held ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
Monday, November 28, IDA
2011 (8:30 am 9:30 CASE NO.: 10-1800CA
am) at the school.
Please check In at the COMMUNITY WEST
front office. The Pur- BANK, a national bank-
pose Of This Meeting Is Ing corporation f/k/a
To Allow All Bldders Goleta National Bank
AcssT tTh~eeSiteMI Plaintiff,
Famllarize Themselves
With All Existing Condl-THE CLUB FAMILY
tlons That Relate To SPORTS COMPLEX,
The Project. INC. a Florida corpora-
tlon f/k/a TERRAGONA
The Owner Reserves STREET PROPERTY
the Right to Walve In- INC., a Florida corpora-
formalities In Bldding tlon, CHARLES A. EML-
and Reject Any and All ING, Ill a/k/a CHARLES
Blds. ALEXIS EMLING, Ill,
By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- and PENNY E. EMLING
perintendent of Defendants.
Schools
NOTICE OF SALE
11/19, 11/26 &12/3
11/940


LAURA C. KOCH, JOEL
BAR E. MCKOWN, CAROL
D. MCKOWN and BY
Personal THE SEA COMMUNITY
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC., a Florida
non-profit corporation
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO DEFENDANT:
CIRCUIT CAROL D. MCKOWN,
HE 1ST Including but not lm-
CUIT IN Ited to all of the heirs,
SANTA devisees or assigns of
Y, FLOR- CAROL D. MCKOWN, If
alive, and If dead, her
NO. unknown spouses,
13 heirs, devisees, grant-
39ees, judgment credl-
tors, and all other par-
ties claiming by,
PTANCE, through, under or
against her

YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that a Com-
a plaint has been filed In
t.a. the above-entitled
Court by HANCOCK
TION BANK, as assignee of
,rvice) the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
N]KNOWN as Receiver of Peoples
MAY First Community Bank,
R, DEVI- against the
Ef, AS- aebnodae fe enced sutDe-

LIESNTOE foreclose: (1) that cer-
PRI tain Mortgage, dated
PARTIES May 13, 2005, exe-
1R U R- cuted and delivered by
AGAINST Laura C. Koch, Joel E.
E OF McKown, and Carol D.
TODD McKown In favor of
THERINE Peoples First Commu-
D DE- nIty Bank, as recorded
In Official Records
Book 2450, Page 381,
on of the public records of
Icludin Santa Rosa, Florida,
in Igand assigned to Han-
ntspou re cock Bank by the Fed-
sad De- eral Deposit Insurance
a~hlisher Corporatone as Re

un grownt Community Bank pur-
i rdl- suant to that certain As-
I d cres signment of Note, Mort-
nthruse- gage and Loan Docu-
the per- ments, dated Decem-
g, y, ber 18, 2009, and re-
reed De crded non fJuane R ,

da f ah 144 Bf hke 2Pu~b c R~ece
cofteords of Santa Rosa
ant un- County, Florida
uk awn ( collectively ,
un~ now "Mortgage-1 ), covering
dnts as- the following described
s, hin- real and personal prop-
r te- erty, to-wit:

EBY NO- Lot 16, Block A, a sub-
action to division known as By
notag The Sea, being a por-
mrtngadee tlon of Township 2
ingety South, Range 27 West,
prprySanta Rosa County,
Florida, according to
AT Plat recorded In Plat
UTHEAST Book 9, Page 98, of the
LOT 1, public records of said
TOWN- county:
RANGE
SN and (2) that certain
SFALNOTRA Mortgage, dated May
SWUET 1 2005, execute fanndd
L 5 ants and recorded In
THEN5C Official Records Book
EE O2450, Page 396, of the
BEET TO public records of Santa
BECN- Rosa County, Florida,
H 110 Laura C. Koch, Joel E.
E WEST McKown, and Carol D.
THENCE McKown In favor of
FEET, Peoples First Commu-
;T 140 nIty Bank, and as-
IN signed to Hancock
IBEING Bank by the Federal
SNSUUB D positn InsuRaencve Cr
rGETHER Peoples First Commu-
ROYH nIty Bank pursuant to
TRAILER that certain Assignment
TITLE of Note, Mortgage and
Loan Documents,
199dated December 18,
HOM 2009, and recorded on
UMBERS June 21, 2010, In Offl-
i06CE23 clal Records Book
2983, Page 1498 of the
jCE23. Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
a ntFlorida (collectively,
ga, _, Mortgage-2"), covering
are re the following described
a copye real and personal prop-
d elnnif erty, to-wit:

UGPLBEPRAT Lot 15,Block A, asub-

el sut TesSnea,knboewnn pB(
Florida tlon of Township 2
,fr South, Range 27 West,
efore 30 Santa Rosa County,
pubolca- Florida, according to
!rort Plat recorded In Plat
either be- Book 9, Page 98, of the
on, public records of said
ney or county.

!uta wirl You are notified and re-
inst you quired to file your an-
emanded swer, pleadings and
written defenses, If any,
to said Complaint with
land ad the Clerk of the said
:ourt aon Court, and to serve a
11, copy thereof upon the
SPlaintiff or the Plaintiff's
)HNSON, attorney, Matthew C.
Hoffman, Esq. of
County, Carven, Darden,
Koretzky, Tessler, Finn,
SEAL Blossman & Areaux,
LLC, 801 W. Romana
StreetFISrit A, 50nsa

later than thirty (30)
days after the first pub-


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COURT OF THE 1st
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Case #:
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DIVISION: A

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are entitled at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact: Shella
Sims, 190 Governmen-
tal Center, 5th Floor,
Pensacola, FL
(850)595-4400 at least
7 days before your
scheduled court ap-
pearance, or Immedl-
ately upon receiving
this notification If the
time before the sched-
uled appearance Is less
than 7 days; If you are
hearing or volce Im-
paired, call 711.

WITNESS my hand and
the official seal of this
Honorable Court this
18 day of November,
2011.


Cek of thJO Cic~u
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
MELISSA HOLLEY
PAINTER
Florida Bar No.
44177,Partington, Hart,
Larry, Bond &

Sute ahn tre25 West


P sc~ola FI rnd

At r9 0s for Plaintiff

11/26 &12/3
11/956


11/957

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
BUITCLOEURK OF CIR-

Notice Is hereby given
that the undersigned,
Mary M. Johnson,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will on
December 15 2011, at
11:00 a.m. at
vwwvsantarosa.realloredose.c
om, In accord-
ance with Chapter 45,
Florida Statutes offer
for sale, and sell at
g cstc outcry bto te

sr betdh rel owpropedr
situated In Santa Rosa
County, Florida:

LOTS 23 AND 37,
BLOCK F AND LOT 7,
BLOCK E, ASHLEY
PLANTATION PHASE
TWO, A SUBDIVISION
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 11,
PAGES 9, 10, 11, 12
AND 13 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

pursuant to the Sum-
mary Final Judgment In
Foreclosure entered In
a case pendingtI sa d

which Is

SYNOVUS BANK, a
Georgla banking cor-
poration, formerly
kn~ow~n aAN COLUT U

OmMK AcNh t o

merger with COMMU-
NITY BANK AND
TRUST OF SOUTH-
EAST ALABAMA d/b/a
COASTAL BANK AND
TRUST
Plaintff,
vs.

ERIC R. WALLER and
ANsGEL a. w nLRd
ASHLEY PLANTATION
HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC.,
Defendants.


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Any person claiming an


ote-i! hhn he pso et
owner as of the date of
the Ils pendens must
file a claim with the
clerk of the court within
60 days after the sale.

If you are a person with
a disabllty who needs
any accommodation In
order to participate In
this proceeding, you
are entitle dth prov osn

of certain assistance.
Pease 1 nt er:Shell

tal Center, 5th Floor
Pensacola, F
(850)595-4400 at least

scheddu ed be rut y -
pearance, or Immedl-
ately upon receiving
this notification If the
tume bforaeranhe ssc s
than 7 days; If you are
hearing or volce Im-
paired, call 711.

WITNESS my hand and
the official seal of this
Honorable Court this
18 day of November,
2011.

MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit

CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By A. Watson
Deputy Clerk
MELISSA HOLLEY
PAINTER
Florida Bar No.
0144177


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Atorny for Plaintiff

11/26&12/3
11/957


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11/953
On 12/10/11 9:00AM at
Dogwood Storage
6075 Dogwood Drive
Milton, FL 32570
850.623.8144 the con-
tents of below units will
be sold and/or taken
Into possession to sat-
Isfy a landlord Ilen.
Contents of units un-
known.
KIMBERLY CHAMPION
009
JEROME JOHNS 053
MARK HELTON 058
MICHAEL BAGGETT
080
JEROME JOHNS 117
BONNIE HERBERT 130
ABEALENE BAKER 199
SAMUEL HAMILTON
208
KYLE WILSON 251
GREGORY RUSNAK

2RCA MACK 292
WILLIAM BURGIN 293
KEN DRYER 310
MATTHEW COKER 330
11/26 7 11/30
11/953

11/919

NOTICE OF SERVICE
OUBLIPROCNESS BY

ST TEN F NOBRUT


Inusthe Genuera oCourt ou

Cii mortgage, Shn .

Stewart and unknown
Husband(s), if any,

Bnecnodras County File
Number. 11 CVS

708 Shawn Stewart
and unknown
Husband(s), if any:

pe dingn sekintgharellea
against you has been
filed In the
above-referenced ac-
tlon. The nature of the
relief being sought Is
as follows: Qulet Title
and Declaratory Judg-
ment regarding the real
property located at 35
Spencer Roadu, Can-
dlr, Bncom e
County, North Carolina.
You are required to
make defense to such
peDIn nenot 2 ter ta

aonddouspon hyo rtyfurke
Ing service against you
will apply to the court
for the relief sought.
This 12 day of Novem-
ber, 2011.
Christopher M. Therla-
ult, Esq. Attorney for
Citimortgage, Inc.
720 North 3rd Street,
Sulte 201
Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 772-0677

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