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Walker Elementary kids celebrate Veterans Day oa s Day Activities


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Students at Walker Elementary
School celebrated Veterans Day
Thursday in a big way.
Sandra Robinson's kindergarten
students invited Hulburt Field's
823rd Red Horse, Squadron to come
show off some of its high-powered
heavy machinery. The infantry dis-


played several large land moving
vehicles and service trucks, includ-
ing a military-grade Hummer, a
large bulldozer, a heavy-duty crane
and other machinery used for clear-
ing land.
Yadi Gonzalez, a fifth grader,
tried on a suit known as the J-List
Chemical Suit. Troops wear the
chemical warfare uniform over
their clothes when they're in the


desert and other areas where chem-
icals might pose hazards.
Lajeana Lagoy, a school volun-
teer, helped organize the event. Her
husband, Senior Airman Jake
Lagoy, explained to the students
how the equipment is used and
why it's important to use caution
when operating heavy machinery.
See VETS, page 3


9:30 a.m.Carver-Hill Veterans Day Program. The museum'is located at 895
McClelland Street. .,' i
11 a.m. Wreath laying ceremony at the Veterans Mlemorial, adjacent to the
Crestview Courthouse. -:. .
2 p.m.A Veterans Day parade will be held on Main Street. The stagi aa is
south of Martin Luther King Drive., '- -r.i -'-.
6 p.m.Local country artist Jim Hubbardwill perform with the Ri j ;- I
School Chorus. The concert is attlhe oresfview High Sch A ~bI
open at 5:30 p.m. and there is'a $5e oriatidn at the doQ:" .- ? *
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Local club

offers twice

as much for

Parents of

Smultiples


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
wins, whether identical or fraternal,
share a mysterious bond. Tangled
among the threads of their genetic make-
up, the phenomenal mirror-like similarities are
evident the moment a pair enters a room.
But for parents who are expecting a double
dose in the delivery room, one local club offers
just what they need support.
The Emerald Coast Parents of Multiples is a
local support group for parents who are
expecting, or for those who now have twins pr
multiples.
Recently, club president and Crestview resi-
dent Carol Strom explained what life is like
with twins.
She and her husband Jim have four kids.
Their two oldest daughters, Hannah and
Marion, 7, are identical twins.
But their story, like those of most parents
with multiples, is a little unique.
On the couple's first wedding anniversary,
Carol was 27 weeks pregnant. That's when her
water broke.
Marion was born first on Sept. 6, 1999.
"Then everything stopped," Carol said,
laughing.
While in the hospital awaiting Hannah's
birth, Carol got pneumonia. Marion was
whisked away to a nearby hospital that could
provide better care for premature infants. But
Hannah remained in the womb for three more
days.
Because of Carol's pneumonia, the doctors
induced her on Sept. 9, three days after
Marion was born. Because of the lapse
between births, doctors told the couple that it


Above, 7-year-old identical twins
Marion (left) and Hannah Strom are
all smiles. Below, 1-year-old fraternal
twins Aiden (left) and Devin Hill
enjoy playtime together.


was genetically improbable that the twins
could be identical.
"I think the doctors assumed that because
they were three days apart they couldn't be
identical," Carol said. "But they were just too
much alike."


The question continued to linger are the
girls identical or not? More than two years
after they were born, Carol and Jim decided to
get the girls tested.
Doctors performed a cheek swab on the
girls and tested their DNA on 10 different
genetic levels. The twins were 99.9 percent
similar in all areas tested. Here is what threw
the doctors off:
"Their egg split so early that theyhad their
own sacks and placentas," Carol said.
She could have carried Hannah fully to
term had she not gotten pneumonia while in
the hospital.
The girls, now first graders at Antioch
Elementary School, are always thinking alike.
Though they were separated and placed in
different classes when they started kinder-
garten, their actions and behavior patterns are
strikingly similar even separated by brick
walls and classroom curriculums, the girls
carry out actions similarly.
For the last two years, Hannah and Marion
earned the honor of being their classes'
Aviators of the Month. The teachers didn't
plan it, but the girls' behavior was so similar
that when one excelled the other did, too.
"They're like glue," Carol said. "Their
looks, height, weight, intelligence all of that
is running along the same path. Their grades
are the same, they like the same things."
Being a twin has its amusing moments, too.
Once, while at an airport, Marion ran toward
who she thought was her sister.
"I thought it was her, so I said, 'Wait for
me, Hannah,' and then I crashed into a mir-
ror!" Marion said, laughing.


Councilman

Hayes still

recovering

Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
Veterans Day ceremonies won't
be the same today. One of
Crestview's leading veterans, City
Councilman Sam
Hayes, will not
be attending.
The decorated
war veteran and
longtime city
councilman \ is
rehabilitating
from pneumonia
at the Sho@l HAYES
Creek Rehabilitation Center.
The 86-year-ol Hayes, who has
served more than\20 years on the
Crestview City Council, had dou-
ble bypass heart sigery on Aug. 4.
His recovery has beei slow and dif-
"He seemed to be, doing fine
after coming home in late
September," said his on, Rev.
Sanford Hayes. "But his lungs
began, to fill up with fluid about
two weeks ago. He spent about ten
days at the North Okaloosa
Medical Center in ICU and then
PCU before coming over here to
Shoal Creek." t
Rev. Hayes said that there really
was no.time schedule as to when
doctors thought that his father
would be able to come home.
"They're going to take it very
slow and try to get some of his
strength back," said Hayes.
During a short visit with the
councilman Friday, he said that he
was going through leg and arm
exercises everyday and could not
wait to get back home.
"You tell my veteran friends
tomorrow at the ceremony that I
sure wish tlpt I could be there with
them," said Hayes. "I have never
missed a Veterans Day ceremony.
You tell all of them I miss them."

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Nine-year-old Tony Nieves (right) and around 100 others listened intently as Ferris Powell, a Seminole/Creek Indian
presented his unique historical impression of a Seminole warrior at the turn of the 19th century. The event, the
American Indian Living History Hunting Camp, was held at the Bob Sikes Lbrary Monday night.


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Dorcas opens new fire station *o .a 4

Ken Nielsen "
Crestview News Bulletin '


After a little more than
two years of planning and
construction, the jewel of the
Dorcas .Fire Department,
their new fire station, is com-
plete and sparkling.
"Well it took a little longer
than I had hoped for but it's
finished now and we're real-
ly excited," said Dorcas Fire
Chief Jimmy Gatlin.
Station 41, the 4,400
square foot flagship facility,
has all the comforts and
amenities of home.
It has a commercial
kitchen, sleeping quarters,-
large office area, lots of stor-
age space, and a loft full of
exercise equipment.
It also has three bath-
rooms, one handicapped
accessible, "and a shower,"
smiled .Gatlin. "Something
that we don't have over at.
Station 42. Now our guys can
come back after a fire and
shower and put on some
dean clothes."
The new station replaces
the original Station 41, which
was located just two miles-
south on County Road 393. It
was destroyed by fire in:
August of 2004.
"It was quite a shock
when the fire happened,"
said Gatlin. "We lost every-
thing in the building, all of
our equipment, our attack
truck and an engine."
Fortunately the trucks
and equipment were fully
covered by insurance. The
district only received around
$75,000 for the structure.
"It may have not been
much more than a pole barn,
but it had been home since
1982 and its destruction hit
us hard," Gatlin said.


K en NIelsen/The News Bulletin
The Dorcas Fire District has to new feathers in its cap. A new fire station to replace
Station 41 which was destroyed by fire in August of 2005, and a new ladder truck,
Ladder 49. Both are located on Poverty Creek Road 1 mile west of County Road 393.


The district scrambled to
replace the two trucks and
equipment. Other fire dis-
tricts in the north Okaloosa
came to their aid.
s "Both the Crestview and
Baker fire departments
helped us store some of our
equipment and the new
trucks when they arrived.
They really stepped up and
hung in there with us as con-
struction of the new station
took a little longer than we
had anticipated," said Gatlin.
The new station is located
on Poverty Creek Road about
a mile west of County Road
393.
"It's a great feeling to
know that everything here is
ours, no property or building
lease like the original Station
41. Here we can pretty much
do what we like and we have
plenty of room to expand,"
Gatlin said,
The completion of the new
facility could not have come
at a better time, as residential
development in the Dorcas
fire district is booming.


"From what I have been
told we have three or four
new subdivisions planned
just down the road here on
Poverty Creek," said Gatlin.
"This location is perfect for a
lot of the new housing pro-
jects coming into our dis-
trict."
In January of 2005 the vol-
unteer fire district began to
staff Station 42 during the
week. The paid personnel
will now be located at Station
41 Monday through Friday
from 6 a.m. until 4 .p.m.
"At any given time we
have at least three if not four
volunteers that are able to
respond with our paid per-
son to emergencies," Gatlin
said.
The district extends noith
up County Road 393 to the
second ,bridge, west to
Airport Road and the Shoal
River and east to the Walton
County line and south to the
Shoal River Ranch.
Three years ago the board
voted to implement impact
fees to new development.


"The impact fees can be
used to offset the cost of any
additional equipment or
expansion that we have due
to the growth in our area.
Some of those fees will help
pay on this $400,000 facility,"
said Gatlin.
The public is invited to
tour the new facility on Dec.
2 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
There will be hot dogs and
hamburgers and lots of activ-
ities for the kids including
tours of Okaloosa County's
new Gulf Flight medical
emergency helicopter.

Correction
In the Nov. 11 issue of
the Crestview News
Bulletin, Richbourg
Middle School sixth
grader Nicole Young was
incorrectly listed in the'
A-B Honor Roll. She is
actually a straight A stu-
dent. The News Bulletin
staff sincerely apologizes
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Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

It's unfortunate that
many readers often have
curiosities that go unan-
swered.
That's why we're starting
a new feature titled "Ask
Adam." This is an informal
way for me to answer ques-
tions you, the reader, have
about the community you've
chosen to live in. I'm not an
expert in any particular
field, but I have one heck of
a Rolodex.
The idea was given to me
by a reader who frequently
e-mails ideas and concerns.
She suggested that we ask
readers for questions and
track down the answers.
One of the overarching


a question?


II get it answered


purposes of the News
Bulletin is to highlight the
people who make up the dif-
ferent communities in north
Okaloosa County. Our job is
to listen to your questions
and concerns and try to
shove them into the light as
best we can. This feature is a
perfect example of the rela-
tionship between the public
and its paper.
So let us know what you
are curious about. Have you
ever wanted to know the


history behind the Fox
Theater on Main Street? Are
you tired of paying more per
gallon of gas than your
neighbors in Pensacola and
Fort Walton pay? You'd
probably like to know why
that is, wouldn't you? I
know I do.
Your questions can be
about anything, as long as
they pertain to all things
north Okaloosa County.
Questions will be
answered in the order they
are received, depending on
the amount of research
needed to completely
answer them:
E-mail your questions to
askadam@crestviewbulletin.com,
or call me at 682-6524.
As always, thanks for
your input.


Cancer patient needs help

Adam Ziglar accrued, and the ones that r ij S
Crestview News Bulletin are required to get the trans-
plant.I


Billy and Julie Clemmer
found out some discouraging
news Thursday.
The couple is currently
staying at the H. Lee Moffit
Cancer and Research Center
in Tampa where Billy is
awaiting a bone marrow
transplant.
However, Billy found out
that he's not in remission and
he must wait longer before
he gets the transplant.
He'll stay at the hospital
until physicians are able to
get the cancer in remission.
His tentative transplant date
is set for Dec. 15.
Billy has acute lym-
phoblastic leukemia, an
aggressive form of cancer
that attacks white blood cells.
He was diagnosed on June 7.
"It has been a roller coast-
er since then," said Julie from
the hospital in Tampa. "But
his strength and spirits are
really great."
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Many expenses, including
the transplant, are not cov-
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ance.
They've established a
fund with the National
Transplant Assistance Fund
to help with the transplant.
Teams of doctors are now
working to get Billy's body
into remission so he can
undergo the arduous bone
marrow transplanting
process, which will keep him
in Tampa for at least 100
days.


Special to The News Bulletin
Billy Clemmer was diag-
nosed with an aggressive
form ofleukemia in June.
Currently, he is undergoing
chemotherapy so he can
receive a bone marrow
transplant.


To contribute to Billy's fund, make checks payable to:
NTAF Southeast Bone Marrow Transplant Fund
In honor of Billy Clemmer
National Transplant Assistance Fund
150 Radnor Chester Road, Suite F-120
Radnor, Pa.. 19087

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Christmas parade set for Dec. 2


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

Main Street Crestview
Association officials have
announced that the
Christmas parade will be
held on Dec. 2, starting at
5:30 p.m.
This year's theme is
"Christmas the Miracle
Birth Celebration."
Those wishing to be
included in the parade's line-
up must have entry forms
turned into the Main Street
Program Director Bill
Kilpatrick's office before 5
p.m. on Nov. 15.
Officials are expecting a
record number of floats from
various businesses, schools,


civic and religious organiza-
tions.
The parade will follow the
traditional south to north
route through Crestview's
Main Street thoroughfare.
Mickey Rytman, president
of the Main Street Crestview
Association, said that volun-
teers are needed to help
make the parade a success.
The group will hold its first
formal meeting next week to
discuss more details, but offi-
cials are hoping that
Congressman Jeff Miller will
attend as the parade's grand
marshal.
Soldiers from Duke Field
and Eglin Air Force Base will
also volunteer .their time to
help organize the parade.


Officials are encouraging
area organizations to enter
the parade's lineup.
"Last year we had 145
entries," Rytman said;
"We're still shy of that. ,1.c^
There will be numerous
special guests, including.one:
fellow all the kids will want.
to see. i
"Of course, Santa ClauS
will be there," Rytman saic&,,
Parade entry forms may,
be picked up at several loca-
tions, including the Main
Street director's office within
in the west wing of City Hall,
located at 198 N. WilsonrSt;
For more information, orifoi
an entry fee schedule, call
Program Director Bill,
Kilpatrick at 689-3722.


VETS, from page 1A


"The students had all
kinds of questions," Lajeana
said. "Some asked, 'Why are
your shoes so big?' Others
wanted to know what their
suits were made out of and
how fast the Hummer would


go."
The students also got a
lesson in Veterans Day histo-
ry.
"The soldiers explained
the importance of Veterans
Day and answered their


questions," Lajeana said.
Staff Sgt. Billy Root helped
Gonzalez step into the suit,
all the while joking with her
and encouraging her to wear
the suit throughout the rest
of the school day.


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Staff Sgt. Billy Root suits Yadl olnzalez, a Walker Elementary School 5th grader, in a
J-List Chemical Suit. Soldlers from Hulburt Field's 823rd Red Horse Squadron visited
Walker Thursdayto tO Ch them the importance of Veterans Day.


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4 I zrestview News Bulletin RELIGION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2006


From the

Pulpit


Michael
Green, Jr.

Ye are the salt of the earth: but if
the salt has lost his savour, where-
with shall it be salted? It is thence-
forth good for nothing, but to be cast
out, and to be trodden underfoot of
men.-Matthew 5:13
A member of our church
recently posed an interesting
question. He questioned where
our energies should be focused
as Christians. A day hardly goes
by where I don't see an article or
read an email encouraging me to
join a massive campaign against
this institution or individual
because of their ungodly behav-
ior. Because I realize that my
time, resources, and energies are
all limited, I'm left with a ques-
tion to answer: where shall I
begin to wage a Godly battle?
Undeniably, there is much evil in
the world. We cannot avoid it;
we can't even protect our chil-
dren from it for very long!
What then should be the
Christian's response when
encountering evil and immorali-
ty in our world? Should our first
response be to organize massive
marches, protests, and cam-
paigns? Or does the Bible teach
another course of action? Instead
of just battling against those who
pervert the Biblical institution of
marriage, should we rather
direct our energy towards
strengthening our own mar-
riages and families? Instead of
railing against Hollywood and
the immoral media, perhaps our
families would benefit more by
simply turning off the televi-
sions, closing the magazines, and
opening the Word of God.


While I am thankful for those
amongst the Lord's people that
rightly make a public stand
against sins such as homosexual-
ity, abortion, and filth in the
media, the battle must start in
our homes and churches if it is
going to be successful. I am
' reminded of the Old Testament
story of Achan and the
Babylonian garment (Joshua 7).
In their conquest of the Promised
Land, God blessed the nation of
Israel to overtake the fortified
city of Jericho. God caused the
walls to fall and the mighty city
of Jericho was defeated. The next
battle was against a seemingly
insignificant country named Ai
The army of Israel was defeated
by this miniscule nation and
Joshua inquired of the Lord
about this defeat. In Joshua 7:11,
God answers Joshua. "Israel hath
sinned, and they have also trans-
gressed my covenant which I
commanded them," was the con-
cise answer that God gave
Joshua. After further investiga-
tion it was discovered that a man
named Achan had stolen a gar-
ment from Jericho and hid it and
other things in his tent. This was
in direct disobedience of the
commandment that God gave
the nation of Israel in their con-
quest of Jericho. The result of
one man's sinful decision affect-
ed the whole nation of Israel and
cost them an easy military victo-
ry. Achar is an example of one
man's sin affecting a whole
nation. An individual's choices
can affect others around them!
Could it be that we are direct-
ing our energies toward waging
epic battles when we should be
focused on fighting the battles
that arise in our own homes and
local congregations? In the realm
of marriage and families, the


Bible teaches that husbands are
to love their wives as Christ
loved the church and gave him-
self for it, and wives are to be
subject to their own husbands
(Ephesians 5:24-25). When God's
people live up to this standard in
their homes and model this
exemplary behavior to their chil-
dren, lasting change will occur. '
Sadly, many who identify them-
selves as Christians treat their
spouses no different than those
who love not the Lord. When
this occurs, sinful patterns con-
tinue.
There has been much publici-
ty about the removal of the name
of God from public life and our
government. This is troubling
indeed, but we must acknowl-
edge the fault lies with us. Long
before God was shut out of the
public arena, He was already
becoming an unwelcome guest
in our homes and local churches.
Christians have largely ceased to
make God the center of their
marriages and families. Family
devotions are a thing of the past.k


A fear of 'standing out' has
caused many believers to hide
their Christianity from the public
eye. They are on the road to
wealth and worldly recognition,
and along the way they have
bartered away their ability to
positively influence the world
around them. Many churches
have long since traded Godly
teaching and strong doctrine for
politically correct philosophies
which cater to the masses. They
have reached out to embrace
world values of entertainment,
self-love, and moral ambiguity,
and have ceased to identify with
Christ.
It is nothing more than the
natural progression of this view
has led us to the current state of
affairs in our nation, and yet we'
continue to ignore the real
issue. We focus the bulk of our
energies on the visible problem
and simply ignore the root of
the matter.
While we should be willing
to stand and expose sin, the
greatest battle occurs within the1


confines of our homes. In the
Sermon on the Mount, Jesus
teaches us that we are the salt
of the earth. Savory salt is bene-
ficial but the unsavory is use-
less. If we are going to wage an
acceptable battle as Christians,
then we must attack the sin that
lies at our doors. When we act
as savory salt in our homes and
in our local congregations, then
we will witness substantial pos-
itive change in our culture.
In Acts 17:6 the faithful disci-
ples were call those that
"turned the world upside
down." They did not earn this
moniker by devoting their time
to organizing massive protests
or lobbying the government.
They were thus named because
they took Jesus' charge to be
salt seriously. They diligently
adhered to the Bible and lived
lives that were honoring to
God. In other words, they were
obedient to the principles set
forth in scripture. We will wage
a successful spiritual battle
when we do the same.


.CHURCH CALENDAR

SSENIOR AND. JUNIOR" USH- CHRISTIAN LIFE, CENTER: tinue until Commitment Sunday,
ERS: The Usher board of Peoples A capital stewardship campaign is November 12, 2006. The cam-
Missionary.B5ptist Church cordially; underway at the Crestvlew Flist .paign.ls under the direction of Eloise
invite your Senior and Juoler Ushers-'. United Methodist Church to fund the o Coer 'and Dr. Lee and Cathy
to' help'tth1I .elebrate thel'A~ual building of a Chrlitian.LifeCenter. Thigp. Pastor' Bruce Sheffield
Seflior Md ujuhir.Usher~r 'Da'V -The Christian Life Center' will be smaillt small groups of members in
.br;Nov.;t2 at!3:OOp.m.:1Ra .. SL located across the.street from the .a series of Friendship Meetings
.hjgjen"'ftrmBeulah RrSt aptist Sanctuary on Eighth Street. Thi'p.; designed to. inform' as well as
Church will be bringing the-'rfies- two story facility. will include more' answer questions. Associate and
sage. meeting classrooms, a youth wor Youth Pastor Heath Burchett will
Dinner will be served from 1:30 ship area, a children's worship area, enlist youth support. The entire
p.m. until 2:30 p.m. a basketball and sports area, a campaign is under the leadership of
It you have any questions commercial kitchen, a coffee shop, .consultant Dr. Branson Isley, presi-
please call Deacon. :Nathaniel and a large fellowship area. The dent of Specialized Stewardship
Cotton Sr.at'850-689-8736 or Sister capital stewardship campaign, Resources, For information, please
Pearl- ',asr -at .850-682-5733 ,-themed "...our .door shall be contact the church at 682-2018 or
Preside;itoifsher Boa:rd,..: .. open...and .te key Is ME," will coi email at office@crestviewfumc.com
.. .' ..


Dinner in Earl

Suters' memory


Earl Suters Jr.
You are invited to a pot
luck dinner to celebrate the
life of Earl Samuel Suters
Jr. on Sunday, Nov. 12 after
morning services at Our
Savior Evangelical
Lutheran Church on North
Street. Bring a dish and
share a memory.

Hebraic Roots

Conference
On Nov. 18, guest speak-
er Sid Roth will present
"How to Walk in the Same
and Even Greater Power
than the First Church" at
the Hebraic Roots
Conference being held Nov.
18 and 19 at Christian
International Family
Church, 5200 Hwy. 98 East,
in Santa Rosa Beach (20
miles east of Destin).
The program begins at
7:30 p.m. on Friday. The
Saturday schedule will last
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lunch is included in the
registration price of $30 per
person, $50 per couple.
Childcare will not be avail-
able:. -To register, call
Christian International
Ministries at (850) 231-2600.


* CHURCH SERVICES


Please turn in your church AM, and Children's Church at 11:15
news briefs to the News Bulletin AM.
by 2 PM on the Thursdays prior Calvary Baptist Church: 612 E.
to publication. Chestnut Ave., Crestview. Pastor: Rev.
Rhett.Everage. Sunday services 8:45
Apostolic a.m. continental breakfast; 9:30 a.m.
Apostolic Life Tabernacle and Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. morning
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially invite worship; 11 a.m. youth worship; 6 p.m.
you to worship with them. Sunday' evening service. Nursery provided for
Worship, 10:00 AM, 6:00 PM. Located children 5 and under.
Hwy. 90W. 1 mile from city limit sign Central Baptist Church: Located
tum left onto ferkr h aaB t 951 S. Ferqn BlEd,. Crestview.
Pinee,-od ito 313t. Pnev, oc.'a -Dr SSndal 4erices include 15 a.m. bible
Crer ies For more.t m.frmag'on8 ] h.- IUh dy;:19:l30 g m,:Worship, nd praise
church at 689-2422. service; 5:30 p.m. worship and praise,
Awana for Kids. For additional informa-
Apo tion call 682-5525 or visit the church
ApostoliclPentecostal website www.centralcrestview.com.
Hester Cornerstone Ministries is Emmanuel Baptist Church, 3252
located at 1599 Hester Church Road in East James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Baker. Sunday services 2p.m. Sunday Phone: 682-9416. Email address:
School, 3 p.m. worship. Bible Study ebc@ebccrestview.com. Teaching
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; prayer meeting Pastor Mark Seagle.
Thursday at 7 p.m. Call 682-5367 for Celebration services: 6 p.m.
information Saturday, Sunday at 8:45 AM and 10:30
AM.
Assemblies Jungle Jubilee for nursery,
Campton Assembly of God Preschool/The Zone (Children's
Church is located at 6924 Hwy 85 Church) K-5th Graders during all cele-
North in Laurel Hill. brations.
SThe Sunday service is at 10:30 AM. Evening celebrations throughout the
For more information call the church at community Life groups for adults. On
652-4581 or Pastor Kelly at 423-0375. Campus Sunday Night Safari for
First Assembly of God: 400 S. preschoolers, G-Force for K-5th
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Office hours Graders. Fuel 247- Worship
Monday through Friday, 9-4. Pastor Service/Small Groups (Youth). All
Mark English. Sunday evening opportunities are from
Sunday: 8:30 AM early morning 5-7 p.m.
worship, 10 AM Sunday School; 11 AM Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
morning worship; and a 6 PM eening Carver Avenue, Crestview. Rev.
service. X-cel Youth Ministry 3 p.m., X- Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday Services
ceed Children's Ministry 4 p.m. 9:30 AM Sunday School, 11 AM morn-
lomen's Bible Study Monday, at 10 ing worship, and at 3 p.m. every 1st
a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible Study Sunday is the Hour of Power, Phone:
Monday at 6 p.m. Teen girls Bible Study 682-2218.
6:15 p.m. every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of First Baptist Church of Crestview:
the month. 798 N. Pearl Street (across Hwy. 90
Monday, Women's Bible Study 10 from courthouse, behind Burger King.
a.m. and 6 p m.. MNen' Bible Study 6 Pastor Alan Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
p.m. Sunday services 8:45 Welcome
Tuesday Choir Practice 6:30 p.m. Center opens/9:00 Sunday School/10:30
Special needs bus available for 11 morning worship, children's worship/
a.m. service. Call the church at 682- 4:00 Student Leadership; Youth Choir /
3518 for pickup. 5:0o0 Youth discipleship; Youth
Golan Assembly of God: 6612 Ensemble; Ladies, Men, Children and
Hwy. 189 N., Baker. Phone 537-3043. Preschool Bible Studies; Book Club/ 6
Pastored by Rev. James E. Paul. Sunday PM evening worship.
services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m., First Baptist Church of Baker:
morning worship at 11 a.m., and Located at 1347 14th Street, Baker
evening worship at 6 p.m. (across from the Baker School football
Milligan Assembly of God: 5408 field); Rev. Cliff Morgan
Hwy. 4, Baker. Phone 537-4945. Senior Bible Study at 9:00 a.m. and
Pastor Wayne Johnson, Interim Youth Worship at 10:30 a.m. For more infor-
Pastor Rachel Youngblood. nation you may call the church office at
Sunday services: Sunday School 537-2993.
9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m., Kingdom First Baptist Church of Holt: 532
Kids 10:30 a.m. evening service 6 p.m. Hwy 90 West, PO Box 38, Holt, FL.
North Central Assembly of God: at 32564. Phone 537-6170. Pastor David
158 N. Woodlawn Drive in Crestview. Wheat.
Phone: 689-0209 or 537-7115. Minister Sunday services: 9 AM Small Group
A. Paul Hinton. Sunday services Bible Study. 10:15 AM Praise and
Sunday School at 10 a.m., morning wor- Worship Service.
ship at 11 a.m., evening worship at 6 Goodhope Baptist Church, 1895
p.m. Owen Cotton Road off Hwy. 189, Baker,
Shady Grove Assembly of God: in the Escambia Farms community.
Sunday services begin at 9:45 AM with Pastor Jim Skates, Worship Leader
Sunday School, followed by 10:45 AM Randy Batson. Phone: 537-8720 or 537-
and 6 PM worship services. Shady 8740.
Grove is located at 1189 Shady Grove Services: Men's prayer 9:30 a.m.,
Church Road in Baker, just off Hwy. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., worship 11
189. a.m.. Evening Services: Discipleship
Welcome Assembly of God located training 5 p.m. worship 6 p.m.
on Hwy. 393 in the Dorcas community, Live Oak Baptist Church, located
invites you to join them for Sunday ser- off Hwy. 85 South near Shoal River
vices including Sunday School at 9:45 Country Club. Associate Pastor Rev.
AM and worship services at 10:45 and 6 Dennis Walker.
PM. Call 682-1683 if you need direc- Regular Sunday services are Bible
tions. study at 9:45 AM, morning worship ser-
vice at 11 AM. An additional Bible study
Baptist class is at 5 PM, followed by evening
Beaver Creek BC services: Beaver worship at 6 PM.
Creek Baptist Church, located six miles Living Faith Baptist Church: 837
West of Baker, has Sunday School at West James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
'0:00 AM, morning worship at 11:00 Pastor Chaplain David Pettis. Sunday


services Sunday School 10 AM and
worship at 11 AM Discipleship Training
6 PM, and evening worship 7 PM
Children's 'Church Sunday morning.
Phone 6824371;
Magnolia Baptist Church: Located
at 3198 Hwy 602, Laurel Hill. Pastor
Ro) Moone)ham.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Sunday
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. with chil-
dren's church for 3-5 and nursery for
under 3. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. For
further ifrmation, call 652-2900 or
652-3149,. :, :. ,
New Life Missionary Baptist
Church;: Pastor Saniord Hayes, 285
Duggan Ave., Cresview. Sunday School
9:30 a.m. Morning worship II a.m. on
Sunday.
Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church: 201 Cadle Dr., Crestview.
Elder Michael Green, Jr., Pastor. Sunday
10:30 AM. Call 689-3383 for more
information.
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church:
Pastor, Dr. Jerry Haley. 5595 Hwy. 4
South, Baker, FL.. Phone (850) 537-
9221 FAX (8501 537-6798. Church
nebsite awav.c)ou.com/~-prbcbaker.
Sunday) services: Morning worship
8:30 and 11 a.m. Bible study 9:45 a.m.
Youth H20 worship 5 p.m. Discipleship
training 5:30 p.m. Evening worship 6:30
PM.
Pyron Chapel Baptist Church:
6498 Wm. Gary Johnson Road, Baker.
Intenm Pastor Demck Boring.
Sunday services: Bible Srud~, 9:45'
a.m.; worship at 11:00 a.m.; Bible book
study at 5:30 p.m. Phone: 368-0238.
Valley Road Baptist Church:
1018 Valley Road, Crest% iew. Phone
850-682-4513. Rev. Philip Mark. Times
for Sunday Services: Bible Study 9:45
a.m., morning worship 11 A.M,
Discipleship training 5 p.m., and
evening worship 6 pm
Woodlann BaplisI located at 824
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crecrviea. Pastor
Patnck Pfrimmer.
Sunday School meets at 9 ANI! uith
morning worship at 10:30 AM. A service
for the hearing impaired is also offered
on Sunday morning. Sunday evening
service is at 6 PM, and the Youth Choir
meets at 5 PM. Call the church at 682-
2924 for information.

Catholc
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Community, 550 Adams Drive,
Cresiview. Telephone 682-4622.
Ministers: Father. Steven "O'Connor
and Father Florencio Lagura. Times for
services: Sunday Masses at 8, 9:30 and
11 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
and Friday 8 a.m. Mass. Saturday 5
p.m.
Special, events: : RCIA (Rite of
Christian Initiation for Adults) class
e~ery Monday from 7 to 9 p.m.:

Church of
McDonald Street Church of
Christ: at 744 South McDonald Street
in Crestview, with Minister Bro. Henry
Herbert and Youth Minister, Bro. Daniel
Jackson. 10 a.m. Bible class on Sunday,
followed by 11:15 a.m. worship.
Evening worship at 6 p.m. on Sundays.
For more information, call 682-6230.'
Church of Christ Airport Road:
Sunday Bible study at 9 AM, worship
services at 10 AM, Sunday worship at 6
PM, Minister Jason Green.
Crestview Church of God, Pastor
Larry Collins. Sunday school 10 11
AM; morning worship 11 AM 12 PM;
and 6-9 PM evening service on Sundays.
Call 682-3045 for more information.
Church of New Covenant, Pastors
Charles, Sr., and Maxine Whisnand


invite you to attend their services, locat-
ed at 3191 North Newman Avenue in
Crestview.
Sunday services include Adult Bible
Study and Children's Church at 10 AM,
followed by Praise Hour at 11 AM. Call
682-8433 for more information.
Church of the Resurrection: 66 8th
Street, Shahmar FL. The Re\ Canon
Michael G. Carr. Sunday services at 10
AM, morning prayer on 1st, 3rd, 5th;
sad holy communion on 2ndmand 4th
Sundays.

Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany: Located
at 424 Garden St., Crestview behind the
Teachers Credit Union.
Children's Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Holy Eucharist 9:30 a.m. Nursery is
available. The first Sunday of the
month there will be a Potluck Brunch
following the service.
Interim Vicar is the Rev. George A.
Gilbert, Jr. Office hours are Tuesdays 9
a.m. 4 p.m. Call 689-1410 for more
information. All are welcome.

Lutheran
Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran
Church LCMS: 178 W. North Avenue
in Crestview. Rev. Vance G. Tech.
Sunday services include Sunday School
for all ages at 9 a.m., and a historical
worship service with Holy Communion
for all ages at 10:30 A.M.
: Private confession and absolution
every Friday from 9 a.m.-noon. Call
682-3154 for more information.
First Lutheran Church of Florala:
at 24512 5thAvenue (US 331) in Florala
AL, pastored by Rev. Jack Betz. 9:30
a.m. worship,, fellowship 10:30 a.m.,
and Sunday School 11 a.m.
Phone (334) 858-3515. On Route
331 near the Florida line in Florala, Ala.
Call (334) 858-3515 for more specific
directions.

Methodist
Baker First United Methodist:
located just north of the traffic light in
Baker. Their new pastor is Rev. Richard
M. Hughes; Sunday School begins at 10
a.m., worship service is at 11 a.m. You
will be warmly welcomed here!
First United Methodist: 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview, The Rev. Bruce
Sheffield is Senior Pastor. and Dr. R.
Lee Thigpen. La) Leader (FUNICiC
Traditional services at 8 a.m., in the
Christ Chapel, and at 11 a.m., in the
Main Sanctuary. Contemporary service
in the Christ Chapel at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.
For information, call 682-2018, dur-
ing normal business hours.
Hopewell United Methodist
Church: Rev. Elaine Hagenbuch.
Services 1st & 3rd Sunday of the
month at 8:45 a.m., Sunday School at 10
a.m.
Located 5 miles west of Laurel Hill
on New Ebenezer Road, just over the
AL state line. (850) 652-4474 or (334)
858-3456.
Mount Zion African Methodist
Episcopal (AME) Church, 502
McDonald Street, in Crestview. Rev.
Matthew Ewing. Regular services
include: Sunday- church school 9:30
AM, praise service 10:45 AM, and wor-
ship service 11:00 AM; Tuesday ser-
vices include: 6 PM prayer meeting, and
men's bible study at 7 PM. For informa-
tion, call 682-7799.
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, located at 5986 Hwy. 85 North.
Sunday morning service is at 11 a.m.
and Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m.
For more information on Sunday and
Wednesday services, please call 682-
9671.


St. Mark United Methodist
Church, 2250 P.J. Adams Pkwy. in
Crestview, offers the following services:
9 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday
morning worship. A nursery is available
Sfor all services. Clergyman is Rev. Steve
Stock. Call 682-5280 for more informa-
tion.

Nazarene
Crestview Church of the
SNazarene: 395 Aplim-Ro estvie%.
'Rev. Gar Monk. Sundv.coo.-ir9-45
.m., morning worship 0 45 a m, ain
evening service at 6 p.m. 682-7995.

Nondenominational
Sonlight Covenant Church:
Manifesting the Spirit of Sonship. Pastor
and Founder Alvin E. Smith invites all
interested to attend Sunday services at
11:00 a.m. Sunday school starts at 9:45
a.m.
The church is located at 798 South
Main Street, Suite A, Crestview. Call
850-689-3129 for more information.
Good Hope Congregational
Church: Come and join the congrega-
nion for old fashion southern gospel
music and service. Sunday school starts
at 9:45 a.m. followed by service at 10:45
a.m.
The church is located 7 miles west
of Baker. Call Pastor Joel Carden at
537-4307 for more information.
Mount Olive Community Church:
Pastor D.L. Lyons invites all interested
to Sunday Services at 10 a.m., Tuesday
Ladies' meeting at 7 p.m. with Marie C.
Lyons, and Thursday Bible study at 7
p.m. with Pastor Dennis. The church is
located at 5661 Mt. Olive Road in
Crestview. Directions approximately 7
miles east on Hwy. 90, turn left on Mt.
Olive Road, 2 miles. Call 682-6218 for
more information.
W.O.W. Ministry: Without Walls
Ministry of the Full Gospels meets
eser. 2nd Saturday of each month.
Praise and worship speakers at 10:00
a.m. Lunch is provided.
Located 2 miles out of Florala on
Hwy 54 (right turn off of 54) in
Lakewood Community Baptist Church
building on State Line Road.
All are encouraged to come and all
will be welcome. Contact Helen
Stevens for more information at 850-
865-4852.

Pentecostal
Auburn Pentecostal Church:
Independent Pentecostal church at 6144
Hwy. 85 North, Crestview. Pastor: Rev.
Ron Williamson. Sunday Services:
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., morning wor-
ship and children's church 10:30 a.m.,
evening and youth services at 6 p.m.
Nursery available for all services.
Phone: 6826357; fax 689-4402.
Calvary Apostolic Church: 1010
Bay Street, Crestview. Sunday 10 a.m.
worship service with Sunday School.
Sign language available at all services.
Pastor Charles Braneff, Jr. Church
phone: (850) 423-1198. Pastor's phone:
682-6191.
First Pentecostal Church of Jesus
Christ: Sunday services for First
Pentecostal are at 10 AM and 6 PM.
Pastor Wilbur Hawkins. Located at 997
East Chestnut Ave. in Crestview. Call
(850) 682-3497 for more information.

Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church: 492 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, pastored by
Rev. Frank Beall. Sunday School, 10
AM; worship 11 AM. For more informa-
tion, call 682-2835.

Unitarian
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of the Emerald Coast (UUFEC): locat-


ed at 1295 Bayshore Drive, Valparaiso,
Florida. Minister: The Reverend Rodney
Debs Sernice is held at 10:30AM each
Sunday. For further updates, _check
hrrp//Ilwa .uulec.com. the Verbal
Chalice, Wick; or please -call :the
Fellowship at 678-7197, or 243-5247.

Unity Way of Life Unity Center:
Pastor Rev. George A. Schmidt, Ph.D.,
the Way of Life Unity Center is located
at 1797 Hurlbur Road in Fort Walton
Beach.
Sunday services: 9:30 AM and 11
AM Celebration Services. Youth
Education programs along with child-
care are only provided at the 11AM ser-
vice. All are welcome.
-For information, call the office at
864-1232 (hours by appointment). There
is also a Metaphysical Bookstore (864-
5945) open Sundays from 9 AM to 1
PM, and the Dial-A-Thought line, 864-
9139.

Other
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Protestant Sunday Worship
Sernices/Religious Education 0800
Traditional in Vest Gate Chapel; 0930
Traditional in West Gate Chapel; 0930
Gospel in Chapel Center; 1000
Contemporary at the Cherokee
Elementary School Auditorium; Sunday
School classes are available for ages 3
through adult. Call 882-8527. For more
information, call Chaplain Sarah Shirley
at 883-97236.
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Catholic Weekend Mass Schedule -
1700 hours, Sat. in the West Gate
Chapel; 0745 hours, Sun. in the Chapel
Center; 1115 hours, Sun. in the West
Gate Chapel. For Religious Education,
call 882-7320
All military and their families are
invited to join us at our many diverse
services. We have services for Catholic,
Protestant, Jewish and Islamic faith
groups, as well as activities for all ages.
Call the chapel at 882-2111 for times
and locations.
Christian Life Center: Pastor Jason
Palmer. Prayer is held Sunday at 2 PM,
with Sunday services and Sunday
School at 2:30. Christian Life Center is
located at 410 Wingard Street; call (850)
305-0198 for more information.
Healing Stream Ministries: Pastor
Jonathan.Griffin. Saturday services are
being held. The ministry is located at the
cornerof E. Robinson and Church Street
in Crestview. Call Pastor Griffin at 682-
5455 for more information.
The Chapel, an independent wor-
shipping community, has services every
Sunday morning at 7:30 AM with
Chaplain Hayward Chapman, and at 9
AM with Chaplain Chuck Chapman.
Services are held at 1093 S. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview. Phone; (850) 682-
9887 or (850) 423-0526.
The Awakening Ministries, Inc., a
not-for-profit Christian music ministry,
meets every Saturday from 2-7 PM
under the pavilion, Kit Drive, Crestview.
Their phone number is 689-1259. For
more information call or email awaken-
ingministries@praize.com.
Iglesia Hispana Bethel: Te inbita a
los servicios de adoracion a nuestro
senior Jesus.
Ordon de servicios: Martes oracion
7:00 PM; Viernes servicio evangelistico
7:30 PM; Domingo escuela Dominical
11:00 AM; Domingo servicio evarngelis-
tico 6:30 PM
Estamos uvicados en la 544 Main
Street, Crestview FL, 32536. Telefones
(850) 423-0325 y cellular 543-4292.
NEW BEGINNINGS The church
is at 412 West James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview. The Sunday service begins at
10:30 a.m.


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Another member of
ECPM, Marie Callicoat is a
single mom with three kids.
Two are fraternal male and
female twins, the most com-
mon variation.
Brooke and Brandon, 4,
aren't identical, but their
similarities overshadow
their differences.
S"Without each other
they're lost," Marnie said.
Marie was shocked to
find out that she would be
having twins.
"However, shortly after
that, I regrouped and real-
ized what a blessing it was,"
she said.
Manie relies on a struc-
tured schedule and her
friends and supporters in
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The Hills, Chris and his
wife, Cory, have Aiden and
Devin, two fraternal twins
who turned 1 in August.
One of Chris and Cory's Bn
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gling the duties of having
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When they discovered they lot
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most common variation of twins in the world.


easier," Cory said.
The boys both started
king within days of each
er.
'They have all their mile-
nes at around the same
es," Chris said.
Now that the kids are
ving around on their


own, the family enjoys their
backyard. The kids can play
freely and the parents can
choose to relax and monitor
Devin, who enjoys a healthy
diet of sand from the sand-
box.
"It's really a blessing -
one pregnancy and two


babies," Cory said.
For more information
about the Emerald Coast
Parents of Multiples club,
contact Carol Strom at 682-
4556, or e-mail her at
carol@allaboutdots.com. The
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*CALENDAR OF EVENTS


CIVIC* The American Lung Association
DISABLED AMERICAN VET- of Florida, Northwest Region invites
ERANS get together every third you to join the BETTER
BREATHERS SUPPORT GROUP
Tuesday of the month for a 6 p.m. BREATHERS SUPPORT GROUP
dinner and 7 p.m. meeting at the of Okaloosa County. The Better
chapters 5296 Hare Street location Breathers group provides an oppor-
in Crestview. For information, call tunity for people to meet and learn
the chapter office at 682-0982 or about their lung condition from con-
write them at DAV Chapter 57, P.O. cerned health care professionals,
Box 63, Crestview, FL 32539. other lung disease patients, family
For more information on the and friends.
meetings of the OKALOOSA The meetings are held the 3rd
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECU- Tuesday of each month from 2:00
TIVE COMMITTEE call Betty at 837- p.m. 3:00pm at American
6775 or Joe at 682-1759 or visit HomePatient, 913 Beal Pkwy. They
www.okaloosademocrats.com. are free, and a guest speaker is fea-
The Democratic Executive tured at each one. For more infor-
Committee will meet Monday Nov. nation contact the American Lung
13th at 7 p.m. in the Niceville City Association of Florida, Northwest
Council Chambers on Partin Drive. Region at 1-800-LUNG USA.
Note this date change is for H PEER TO PEER MENTAL
November only. All Democrats are HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP:
welcome. Voters may register or Persons with mental health disor-
update their voter registration at this ders and disabilities have formed a
time. Please call 582-6909 for support group to help each other
details. through the recovery process. They
AMERICAN LEGION POST meet at 3 p.m. the first and third
#75 hosts open-to-the-public bingo Wednesday of each month at the
Sunday from 12:30 to 5 p.m. The Mental Health Associations 517
post is located at 898 James Lee Mooney Road address Fort
Blvd. in Crestview. Walton Beach.
SBThe NORTH OKALOOSA The Twin Cities Hospital and
FAMILYYMCAhas openings for the National Headache Foundation
Shotokan classes in Crestview. invite you to attend the monthly
Shotokan classes in Crestview. HEADACHE SUPPORT GROUP
Classes are held every Tuesday and HEADACHE SUPPORT GROUP
Thursday evening from 6 p.m. until meetings. Call Susan at (850) 897-
7:30 p.m. at the YMCA location on 0542 for more information and to
Wilson Street. The cost for the class- RSVP.
es is $32.00 per month. For more The Crestview branch of NAR-
information on Shotokan, contact a COTICS ANONYMOUS meets
representative at the YMCA at 689- Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. at First
2999. Baptist Church on Cedar Avenue
AMVETS POST 35 LADIES (behind Burger King) at 7 p.m.
AUXILIARY meets the first Monday at 7 p.m. at the First
Sunday of every month at 3 p.m. United Methodist Church at 599 8th
SHARING AND CARING, 298 Avenue. The 3rd meeting is held
W. Martin Luther King Blvd., offers Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
emergency food service to the GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY
needy from 9 m. to 12 p.m. SUPPORT GROUP meets at the
Monday through Thursday. (closed HOPE Center at 637 Bayshore Drive
on Fridays. in Niceville, the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
The CRESTVIEW ROTARY of each month at 6 p.m. Contact
CLUB meets each Wednesday at 689-0300 or 678-4621.
noon, at the Holiday Inn in The COMPASSIONATE
Crestview. FRIENDS, a support group for par-
The CRESTVIEW KIWANIS ents and grandparents who have
CLUB meets each Wednesday at experienced the death of a child,
noon, at Ryan's Steakhouse in regardless of age, meets the first
Crestview. Tuesday of each month at Holy
The NORTH OKALOOSA Name of Jesus Catholic Church,
PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIA- 1200 Valparaiso Blvd., Niceville,
TION meets the third Monday of Florida in room,#4 in the Religious
each month at 7 p.m. at the New Education Building behind the
Covenant Church, located at 3191 Church. For more information call
North Newman Avenue in Crestview. Joan Young 243-6253 or Sherry
Call 682-4833 or 689-8999 for more Benson at 897-9151.
information. COVENANT HOSPICE' invites
anyone who has suffered the loss of
HEALTH a loved one to attend a free ongoing
OKLOOSA 'COUNTY Grief Support Group which meets on
MINORITY HIV/AIDS TASK FORCE the first and the third Wednesday of
meets every Monday after the fourth _gh month from 11 arrL to 12 noon.
Sunday of the month at the New Life i"venant Hospice is'ltled at 370'
MIrsi;onary, 84 isi Church, 285 W. Reasione Drive Call Chrarlojti at
Duggan Ave.; mresiview. Please join 682-3628 ext. 235 if you have any
and become more educated about questions.
this disease and also help plan activ- TOPS 325 CRESTVIEW meets
cities to help educate the community. each Tuesday at.9 a.m. Weigh-ins
For more information, please call
Sis. Tonsiaweda or Rev. Sanford
Hayes at (850) 682-4186 Hayes at
(850) 621-4186.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD: If
you or someone you know is strug-
gling wilh an addiction call Narconon
Arrowhead today. Narconon offers
free addiction counseling, assess-
ments, and referrals to rehabilitation
centers nationwide by calling 1-800-
468-6933 or logging onto
www.stopaddiction.com.
: AL-ANON is a support group
for all of those who have been affect-
ed by someone else's drinking. The
I group meetings are now held at 7:30
p.m. every Thursday at First
Methodist Church, 599 8th Street,
Crestview, in the Joy Room. Call
850-244-2009 for details or visit the
web site at ww.alnwfl-al-anon.org
and click on Area 15.
The. ALZHEIMER'S SUP-
PORT GROUP meets on the 2nd
Tuesday of every month at 11 a.m. in
the Covenant Hospice Community
Education Room at 370 W.
Redstone Drive in Crestview.
Everyone is welcome and no
reservations are required. Call 682-
3628 for information.
LUPUS SUPPORT GROUP
meetings are held every third Friday
by the Lupus Support Network, free
of charge. Everyone is welcome to
attend..For more information please
call LSN at 1-800-458-8211.


are at 8 a.m.
Meetings are held at the corner
of 8 and Texas at First Methodist
Church in Crestview. Call 682-2133
for more information.
TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSI-
BLY has regular Tuesday night
meetings in- the First United
Methodist Church in Crestview,
located at 599 Eighth Avenue.
Weigh-ins are from 6:15 to 6:45
p.m., and the meeting begins at 7
p.m. Call Elsie at 682-6040.
GOVERNMENT
The NORTH OKALOOSA
REPUBLICAN CLUB meets on the
second Tuesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at Sonny's BBQ
Restaurant in Crestview. Call 689-
3773 for additional information.
*The CRESTVIEW CITY COUN-
CIL meets every second and fourth
Monday of each month at Crestview
City Hall on Wilson Street in down-
town Crestview. Each session starts
at 6:00 p.m.
The BLACKMAN FIRE DIS-
TRICT holds their monthly board
meeting on the first Monday night of
each month at the fire station. The
meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
The OKALOOSA BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meets
on the first and third Tuesday of
each month. Each meeting alter-
nates in location between the county
courthouse in Crestview, and the
water and sewer building in Fort
Walton Beach. Times also vary
between morning and evening meet-
ings. Morning meetings begin at
8:30 a.m.; night time meetings begin
at 6:00 p.m. Be sure to go online at
http://www.co.okaloosa.fl.us and
check for the most recent calendar
of events.
The FEDERAL CIVILIAN
RETIREE SERVICE CENTER is
located in Room 165A, Building 210
on Eglin Air Force Base. Its hours of
operation are Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Thursday of each week from 9,
a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are wel-
come, or call (850) 882-2720 for an
appointment or additional informa-
tion.
SOCIAL
ADVENTURE CLUB meets
several times a month. For more
information call Clarice Habinck at
850-581-4591 or email


freklz100@cox.net.
For information on the WEST-
ERN GATE CHAPTER OF THE
FLORIDA TRAIL ASSOCIATION,
visit their Web site at http://west-
gate.floridatrail.org.
CRESTVIEW TOASTMAS-
TERS CLUB meets every second
and fourth Tuesday of each month at
6 p.m. in the Bob Sikes Library
meeting room. Anyone of 18 years of
age who would like to improve their
communication and leadership skills
is welcome to attend. For more infor-
mation contact Helen McKenna at
423-0704.
For information on the meetings
of THE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, please
call Chuck Licari at 850-243-6696.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS HCE
CLUB is one of the oldest volunteer
groups in the U.S., although the
name has changed from "Extension
Homemakers." Home and
Community Education members are
volunteers in the Family &
Consumer Sciences program of the
UF/IFAS Extension program in
Okaloosa County. Helping Florida
families meet the practical chal-
lenges of daily life remains one of
the goals of the organization.
Members enjoy educational pro-
grams, community service work,
leisure arts, and fellowship. They are
also involved at the county, district,
and state level. Meetings are avail-
able to all persons without regard to
race, color, sex, age, handicap, reli-
gion, or national origin. For more
information, call President Cora
Davidson or Nita Hall at 682-3118.
MOMS OF MANY SEASONS:
Is a group for moms of all ages. The
meetings are on the second
Tuesday of each month at the First
Baptist Church Fellowship 'Hall
across from the Crestview
Courthouse.
For more information contact
Penny Byrd at 682-2544.
The SONS OF CONFEDER-
ATE VETERANS hold meetings at
Sonny's in Crestview. It begins with
dinner at 6 p.m. The public may
attend. Call Jack Bonham at 862-
3891 for information.
The public is invited to attend
the meetings of THE SONS OF
AMERICAN REVOLUTION at the
Neighborhood Caf6 in Mary Esther.


Contact John Cahoon at 862-5078
for information.
CIRCLE OF PARENTS SUP-
PORT GROUP: A mutual support
group in Okaloosa County helps par-
ents develop their parenting skills
and gain moral support from moms
and dads facing similar challenges.
The group meets every Monday
.at 6:30 p.m. at the Family of Faith
Community Church, 428 Racetrack
Road in Fort Walton Beach. The
information shared in the group is to
be confidential, within the limits of
the law.
Children's programs are also
available. Call Becky Jones at 833-
2710 to register, and visit www.cir-
cleofparents.org for more informa-
tion.
The NORTHWEST FLORIDA
MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets the first Wed. of each
month with a breakfast meeting at
the Eglin Officers Club. Each month,
interesting speakers bring a wealth
of information to the group to further
personal and professional ties within
the military civilian communities and
to promote the association's mission
of educating deserving youngsters
wishing to make the military their
life's career.
NWFMOA is under the umbrella
of the national Military Officers
Association offering a number of
member benefits and a legislative
voice in Congress on behalf of all
military personnel and issues per-
taining to them.
FORT WALTON BEACH
MOPS meets the first and third
Wednesday of every month from 9
a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at Cinco Baptist
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The NORTH OKALOOSA
AMATEUR RADIO CLUB (NOARC)
meets on the second Tuesday of
every month. Please join us at 7
p.m. in the Council on Aging build-
ing, 198 S. Wilson St., Crestview.
Licensed hams and those interested
in obtaining a license are welcome.
The DOGWOOD GARDEN
CLUB meets on the first Monday of
each month at 7 p.m. Call 682-2691
or 682-3639 for information.
SINGLES POT LUCK DIN-
NERS are held every Tuesday night,
6:00 p.m.- 6:45 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church Fellowship
Hall, located at 314 South Partin
Drive in Niceville. The dinners are
immediately followed by support

group meetings from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Free childcare is provided. Call Pam
Ellisor or Linda McArdle at 678-
4411, ext. 18.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
BINGO is open to the general public.
Join us on Tuesday night. Early Bird
bingo starts at 6 p.m. and regular
bingo starts at 7:00 p.m.
They're located on Highway 90
between Twin Hills Park and
OWCC/Bob Sikes Library. Call 682-
7968 for hourly and daily rates.
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
DANCE ASSOCIATION has line
dance classes for beginners on
Monday nights at the DeFuniak
Springs Community Center from
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for beginners,
and from 8 to 9 dancing only (no
teaching). For more information con-
tact Rodney Ryals at (850) 892-
2562, 892-8284 (recorder at both
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NOVEMBER
BAKER WATER SYSTEM
MEETING: The next annual meet-
ing of the Baker Water System will
take place at the water system
office on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. All BWS
customers are encouraged to
attend.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood Center is
having a blood drive Sun., Nov. 19
at First United Methodist Church in
Crestview from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. For
details call 862-4216.
FACES OF LIFE BOOK SIGN-
ING: For National Hospice Month,
Covenant Hospice will present its
new book, Faces of Life, at the
Robert L.F. Sikes Public Library,
1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview,
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The book costs $29.95, and its
proceeds will be used for unfunded
or underfunded programs and indi-
gent patient care. For more infor-
mation, call 682-3628.
ADDICTION AND THE HOLI-
DAYS: Are you having a hard time
getting into the spirit of things
because you have a loved one
struggling with addiction? Do you
not know what to do to help? Call
Narconon today at 800-468-6933
or log onto www.stopaddiction.com
now.
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS
TREES: This year the American
Red Cross has teamed up with
their friends across Okaloosa
County to bring you a Christmas
Tree lot in Crestview, North
Okaloosa County. They will have
Frasier Fir Christmas trees from
the mountains of North Carolina,
wreaths, a beverage station for hot
chocolate and cider. Shhh- there
will also be visits from special holi-
day friends. Make it a family event
and come buy your tree from us!
The lot opens Nov. 24th from
12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. And then,
Monday Friday 3:00 p.m. 7:00
p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m. -7:00
p.m.; Sunday 12:00 7:00 p.m.
RMS CHOIR CONCERT: The
students of the RMS Choir are
hosting a benefit concert on
Saturday, November' 11, 2006,
Veterans Day at 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School. Admission
is $5.00.
VETERANS' DAY PROGRAM:
The Crestview Veteran's Day
Program will be at the Carver Hill
Center on November 11 at 9:30
a.m. This year's speaker will be
CMSgt. Allen F. Kelley, Air Force.
Everyone is welcome.
SENIOR BINGO: The Ladies
Aux. of the Knights of Columbus is
sponsoring a free Senior Bingo
event Nov. 16 at the Knights of
Columbus Hall. Games start at
10:.30 and lunch will be provided.
If you are a senior citizen and
would like'to' atnd, please call
689-2487 or 682-9695 for reserva-
tions and information.
SEMI-ANNUAL BLOOD
DRIVE: The Crestview Knights of
Columbus, in coordination with the
American Red Cross is sponsoring
a semi-annual blood drive on
Saturday, November 11, at the
Knights Hall at 701 E Hwy 90 E.
The drive will run from 9:00 a.m. -
2:00 p.m. and free refreshments
will be offered. All donors will also
receive a free t-shirt and will be eli-
gible for two round trip airline tick-
ets. Blood supplies are urgently
needed.
For more information please
feel free to call George Liedel at
682-4893 or leave a message at
the Knights of Columbus Hall at
682-7968.
"COPING WITH THE HOLI-
DAYS": Anniversaries and holi-
days can be extremely difficult for
those suffering from the loss of a
loved one, so Covenant Hospice is
offering a special program called
"Coping With the Holidays" to help.
This free program will be held
from 10:00 a.m. to noon on
Wednesday, Nov. 15 at the
Covenant Hospice office, 370 W.
Redstone Ave. in Crestview. Lunch
will be provided.
During the program, a
Covenant Hospice bereavement
specialist will present information
on normal grief reactions, coping
strategies and ways to support chil-:
dren and adults suffering from
grief. Those who attend will also
receive a free resource booklet
with ideas and tips on how to get
through the upcoming holidays.
For more information, please con-
tact Charlotte Eschmann at 682-
3628.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL: The
Florida Chautauqua Theatre invites
everyone to see its production of
Charles Dickens' A Christmas
Carol...a classic tale that is as
much a part of the Christmas tradi-
tion as mistletoe and carolers
An additional evening perfor-
mance will be held Nov. 11th at
7:00 p.m. and a Sunday, November
12th matinee will be held at 2:30
p.m. Tickets are $12.00 for adults
and $10.00 for children and stu-
dents age 22 and under.
For more information call 850-
892-9494.
CAT SHOW: CFA Pedigreed
cats from all over the country will
compete in Kitten, Championship
and Premiership Divisions. Over


20 different breeds of cats will be
represented at the Pensacola
Interstate Fairgrounds on
November 11th and 12th.
The show is being sponsored
by the Emerald Coast Cat
Fanciers, Inc. with the proceeds to
benefit local and national humane
organizations. The admission is
$5.00; children 12 and under are
free.
For more information visit the


website at www.pensacolacat-
show.org.
DOLL SHOW: The 7th Annual
Northwest Florida Doll Show is
scheduled for November 19th at
the Fort Walton Beach Creative
Senior Center on Memorial
Parkway.
The event will feature vintage,
modern and collectible dolls and
bears of every decade.. The show
opens at 9 a.m. and runs until 3
p.m. The charge for admission is
$2 per person; children over 12
years old $1.00, children under 12
are free.
Contact Jackie Fleming at
833-9586 for more information.
JAMES BOND TRIVIA CON-
TEST: Win passes to see Casino
Royale at the Crestview Cinema III
on November 17th. Stop by the
Cinema or the Library Circulation
Desk to pick-up your questionnaire
entry form. All entries must be
turned in by Saturday, November
11th. Winners will be randomly
drawn from all correct entries.
Passes will be awarded during the
James Bond Phenomenon multi-
media presentation, held at the
Crestview Public Library on
Monday, November 13th, at 6 p.m.'
HOLT ANTIQUES DAY NOV.
18: Artists and craftsmen are want-
ed to participate in the Holt
Antiques, Crafts, Art & More event
at Firs Baptist Church Nov. 18 from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Antiques dealers will be on site
to give verbal appraisals of your
antiques (up to 3 items for a cost of
$6.
Vendors may rent a table for
$25 to sell, demonstrate or demo
their business. Vendors keep all
their profits.
Some childcare crafts and
games will be available for $5 per
hour. For more information, contact
Trina at 305-6349 or Dave at 305-
6350.
VETERAN'S DAY PARADE:
The Veteran's Organizations of
North Okaloosa County have come
together to sponsor a Veteran's
Day Parade for the City of
Crestview on Nov. 11 at 2:00 PM,
and the theme for this year is
"America Is, Because of Her
Veterans". The parade route will
start at the south end of Main
Street and continue to north past
the Okaloosa County Court House,
then left to Wilson Street for dis-
persal. This parade and will
include floats, bands and many
other entries. The planning com-
mittee would like to hear from any-
one interested in participating in
this event. Please contact either
Mr. Fletcher Williams at 689-1284,
e-mail fletcher.williams@cox.net;
oc,,Liz.,Westby, 682-8288, e-mail
elizabeth.westby@eglin.af.mil.
DECEMBERL '
CHRISTMAS IN CRESTVIEW
TOUR OF HOMES: The GFWC
Woman's Club of Crestview, Inc.'s
Annual "Christmas in Crestviewv
Tour of Homes will be held on Sun.,
Dec. 3 from 2 to 5 p.m. Several
local homes will be beautifully and
lovingly decorated for the holidays.
Every home will be unique and
inspiring, and refreshments will be
served at the Clubhouse Building
at 150 Woodlawn Drive, Crestview
(behind Woodlawn Baptist
Church).
Tickets are $10 for adults and
$5 for children under 12. For infor-'
mation or tickets, please call 682-
1963, 682-1777, or 683-9117.
Proceeds will go to club charities.
SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY:
Elder Services of Okaloosa County
will be holding its Annual
Countywide Senior Christmas
Party Wednesday, December 13,
2006 at the BPOE Elks Lodge,
Okaloosa Island. Reservations are
limited to the first 150 guest and
may be made by calling 833-
9165. The event will include a tra-
ditional holiday meal, entertain-
ment, door prizes and special
guests.
The event is supported by the
BPOE Elks Lodge, Niceville ROTC,
and Gulf Power Companies. Call
today to make a reservation.
CHRISTMAS PARADE: The
"2006 Downtown Crestview
Christmas Parade" will be on
Saturday, December 2 at 5:30 p.m.
The parade will follow the tradition-
al (south to north) route through
downtown Crestview. Santa Claus
will ride in the parade and will greet
and hear about wish list items
immediately following the parade.
Entry forms for the parade can
be picked up at The Main Street
Program Director's Office, The
Chamber of Commerce, The
Tanning and Hair Center, Window
Fashions, The Northwest Florida
Daily News and The Crestview
News Bulletin. The forms must be
completed and' returned by
November 15th.
CALL FOR ARTISTS: The
GFWC Milton Women's Club needs
artists for its Christmas on the
River event. Dates and times are
Dec. 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Dec.
2, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at South
Riverwalk Park and Willing Street
in downtown Milton. Arts and crafts
vendors are invited to participate.
The booth fee is $50. For an
application call 850-983-8310 or


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL
APPLICATIONS: The OWC
Collegiate High School, a public
charter school for 10th, 11th and
12th graders, located on the
Niceville campus of Okaloosa-
Walton College anticipates open-
ings in the 10th and 11th grade for
the January second semester.


Students interested in earning a
college degree and their high
school diploma at the same time
should call the Collegiate High
School, 729-4949, for application
information or visit the website at
www.owcolleglatehigh.org.
The Collegiate High School has
recently been nationally recog-
nized as a 2006 Blue Ribbon
School. Applications for the upcom-
ing 2007-2008 school year will be
accepted in February 2007.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloosa YMCA. If
you have a service to offer, time to
volunteer, or would like additional
information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff
at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers serve in
different ways to assist both the
patient and the entire family. If you
are interested, but tear you might
be uncomfortable. working directly
with patients, let's explore other
areas of volunteerism such as cler-
ical, fundraising, bereavement and
public relations opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at 850-689-
0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT
WOMEN: If you are pregnant and
concerned about alcohol and
drugs, free and confidential help is
available. All pregnant women are
eligible for priority substance
abuse treatment services.
Women's Intervention Services
& Education can provide informa-
tion and assist you in getting the
help you need. WISE serves as a
client advocate and coordinator of
services for pregnant women with
substance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
Council. For more information, call
(850) 689-4024 in Crestvlew or
(850) 833-3729 in Fort Walton
Beach.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers to work
in the Emergency Operations
Center assisting county personnel
in the event of any natural or man-
made disaster affecting Okaloosa
County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety
will open the F : ;avated at the
Okaloosa 6unty Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster occurs.
There will be a need for data entry
volunteers.
For more information, please
contact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-
1530, extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how yol-'
can help in the fight or save babies, .
contact your local March of Dimes
office or visit
www.marchofdimes.com. For spon-
sorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you are looking for local history,
artifacts, photos, and a good selec-
tion of area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the
third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., with special tours available
upon request. For more informa-
tion, call the museum at 537-5714,
Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to baker-
museum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are needed
to drive the DAV van, which takes
veterans to their appointments at
the VA Outpatient Clinic in
Pensacola. You would only drive
two days per month. For further
information, contact the local
Veterans Service Office at 601-A
North Pearl Street, or call 689-
5922;
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs
more than $100 a day to shelter a
victim of domestic violence. For
more information on how you can
help, oall 683-0845.
,:ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower site,
the Hub City Environmental Center
offers a free opportunity to learn
about native plants and animals.
To reserve the park for your
group, call the Leisure Services
Department at 682-4715.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD:
Narconon, a nonprofit organization
dedicated to helping those with
drug addictions, is here to help res-
idents of Escambia and Okaloosa
counties. For help, call 1-800-556-
8885; You may also visit the nation-
al web site at
www.stopaddiction.com.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge
#364, PHA, sponsor of the Malcolm
N. Haynes Sr. Council of The
Knights of Pythagoras, is accepting
applications for membership into
their youth fraternity. Membership
is open to all young men from 9 to
17 years old; however parent or
guardian must accompany them
when filling out an application.
For more information and appli-
cations, please contact either
Thomas D. Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326
or Barney L. Bailey, Jr. at 689-


3773.
DESTIN LA SPANISH CLASS-
ES: Spanish classes for children
ages 3-10 are held at Emmanuel
Baptist Church in Crestview on
Monday from 5-5:45 p.m.
Beginner adult classes are held
Tuesday from 5 to 6 p.m. at Tall
Pines Academy. Please call (850)
682-0886 to register now, and visit
the Destin LA web site at
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Hairspray coming to Niceville


Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Microspine

team up for scholarships for seven nursing students


The cast of Hairspray will present the musical comedy on Nov. 20 and 21 at the
Okaloosa-Walton College Art Center. (Photo by Chris Bennion, copyrighted 2006


It's time to let your hair
down and dance the night
away! Hairspray, Broadway's
musical comedy phenome-
non, is coming to The Arts
Center at Okaloosa-Walton
College in Niceville for two
performances, Nov. 20 and
21. Hairspray is the only
show in The Arts Center's
10th anniversary season that
will appear for two nights -
something reserved for truly
special shows expected to
pack the house.
Tickets are on sale now for
$45 each and may be pur-
chased at The Arts Center
Box Office, by phone at 729-
6000 or online at
www.owc.edu/ arts.
After its acclaimed world
premiere in Seattle's in June
2002, the musical opened on
Broadway in August 2002 to
rave reviews, winning eight


2003 Tony Awards, including
Best Musical. And now, local
audiences will be swept
away to 1960's Baltimore.
In Hairspray it's 1962-the
'50s are out and change is in
the air. Tracy Turnblad, a big
girl with big hair and an
even bigger heart, has only
one passion-dancing. She
wins a spot on the local TV
dance program, "The Corny
Collins Show," and
overnight is transformed
from outsider to irrepressible
teen celebrity. But can a plus-
size trendsetter in dance and
fashion vanquish the pro-
gram's reigning princess,
win the heart of heartthrob
Link Larkin, and integrate a
television show without
denting her 'do? Hairspray is
produced by NETworks
Presentations.
Tickets are $45 each.


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Individual tickets for the all
the other shows of the 10th
anniversary season at The
Arts Center are also avail-
able now. Visit The Arts
Center's Web site at
www.owc.edu/arts or pur-
chase by phone at (850) 729-
6000 or toll-free 1-
888.838.ARTS (2787).


Keep It Straight Program to visit

Tall Pines Academy


Keep It Straight USA, an
anti-drug, alcohol and vio-
lence program, will visit
'Tall Pines Academy in
Crestview on Monday,
Noye.mbert ;13 ~hfro ,94am to
lIJbam. Keep t1 Sttraight USA
was developed in 1997 by
country recording artist
Daron Norwood.
Norwood's hour long pro-
gram features a 45 minute
interactive entertainment
session followed by warn-


ings of the dangers of
drugs, alcohol, and vio-
lence.
Since its inception, Keep
It Straight .USA has been
performed in .frotft/of over
550,000 students in the
United States.
"We are very proud to be
associated with Keep It
Straight," said Shane Sapp,
American LubeFast district
manager for the Crestview
area. "As a corporate spon-


sor of Keep It Straight, I
have seen countless lives
saved that might have been
otherwise lost to drugs and
ajcohol."..... ..
o: -P parents -and guardians of
Tall Pines Academy stu-
dents are encouraged to
attend the program and the
public is also welcomed.
For more information
about Keep It Straight visit
www.keepitstraightusa.com
or www.lubefast.com.


OWC Collegiate High School named

:r National Blue Ribbon School


: school traveled to Washington
D.iC. Nov. 10 to receive honor
-: '& present workshop

The Collegiate High
School at Okaloosa-Walton
College has been named a
"2006 No Child Left Behind
Blue Ribbon School",
'among 250 nationwide and
* 12 from Florida, who were
recognized in an announce-
ment from U.S. Secretary of
Education Margaret
Spellings. The school
received its official notifica-
tion letter from the secretary
last week, along with con-
gratulations from U.S.
Senator Bill Nelson.
School officials traveled
to Washington, D.C. Nov.
9th and 10th for ceremonies
that will honor all schools
who received the national
Blue Ribbon designation.
The No Child Left
Behind-Blue Ribbon
Schools Program honors
public and private K-12
schools that are academical-
ly superior in their states or
that demonstrate dramatic
gains in student achieve-
ment. The schools are
nationally recognized for
their academic achievement
as among America's most
successful schools.
"To be recognized at the
national level is a true
honor," noted Dr. Bob
Richburg OWC president.
"We are especially pleased
since the school earned this
recognition under the more
stringent national standards
of No Child Left Behind."
Since 2002, Blue Ribbon
status is linked to the feder-
al No Child Left Behind
standards and schools are


singled out for national hon-
ors as they reflect the goals
of the nation's new educa-
tion reforms for high stan-
dards and accountability.
The OWC Collegiate
High School was also cho-
sen to lead a workshop as
part of the November cere-
monies in Washington, D.C.
for Blue Ribbon schools.
Only about 25 schools were
chosen for this additional
honor. At the national cere-
mony, all the Blue Ribbon
schools will receive a plaque
and a flag signifying their
NCLB-BRS status.
"The Collegiate High
School at OWC was one of
only two public high
schools in Florida to receive
the Blue Ribbon designa-
tion," said Dr. Jill White
OWC senior vice president.
She said the school's
"Culture of Reading" pro-
gram, which celebrates the
joy and value of reading in
all aspects of the school
from the classroom to clubs
and activities, will be fea-
tured at the workshop in
Washington, D.C.
"These schools show
what wonderful accom-
plishments can be made
when we focus on the bot-
tom line in education stu-
dent achievement,"
Secretary Spellings said in a
national press release. "All
of these schools have stu-
dents from all subgroups
who've made impressive
test gains or who scored in
the top tier on state tests.
They are outstanding exam-
ples of how all students can
achieve to higher stan-
dards."
In order to be considered


for. Blue Ribbon status,
schools must be nominated
for the honor at the state
level by their respective
governing board. The OWC
Collegiate High School was
nominated by the office of
Florida Commissioner of
Education, John Winn. In
addition to national No
Child Left Behind stan-
dards, the Blue Ribbon
Schools program also
requires schools to meet
either of two assessment cri-
teria:
be a school who has at
least 40 percent of their stu-
dents from disadvantaged
backgrounds that dramati-
cally improves student per-
formance in accordance
with state assessment sys-
tems; and/or
be a school whose stu-
dents, regardless of back-
ground, achieve in the top
10 percent of their state on
state tests or, in the case of
private schools, in the top 10
percent of the nation on
nationally-normed tests.
High performing schools
are in the top 10 percent of
all schools on state assess-
ment scores in both reading
(language arts or English)
and mathematics.
The OWC Collegiate
High School's Blue Ribbon
award is the first time a
local school has been recog-
nized since Niceville High
School was named a Blue
Ribbon school in 1996.
Further information on
the program and a list of
current winners can be
accessed at
http:/ /www.ed.gov/pro-
grams / nclbbrs / awards.
html.


What began two years
ago as a major initiative by
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
of Florida to increase train-
ing of new nurses has paid
dividends after MicroSpine
Surgery Center in
DeFuniak Springs matched
a BCBSF contribution for
first year Okaloosa-Walton
College nursing students to
receive seven Blue
Crossand Blue Shield of
Florida / Microspine
Scholarships.
Dale Rice Jr., president of
the OWC Foundation,
described as "win-win-
win-win situation" the
four-way partnership with
BCBSF, the Foundation for
Florida's Community
Colleges, which together
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, and Dr. Scott
Haufe (right) of MicroSpine Surgery Center of DeFuniak
Springs met with five of the seven OWC Nursing stu-
dents who have been awarded the new scholarship.
Students: Pictured Standing L. to R: Eun-Sook Hahn,
Cheri Denney, Janessa Dawe, Craig Wright, and Seated:
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would like the commu- the FFCC joined OWC offi- Foundation will seek
o join the college and cials in announcing the matching funds to
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ille businessman, for- "sustained impact in a allied health person
OWC trustee, and healthcare area of signifi- our community," Ric
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lorida's Community critical shortage of nurses The students admit
ies, said joining forces and allied health profes- the OWC Nursing Pr(
Blue Cross andBlue sionals statewide. for 2006-2007 selected
t of Florida "was a Dr. Bob Richburg, OWC Blue Cross and Blue
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allied health profes- the shortage of some 3,500 Denney of Niceville,
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*Jesse Heisler; Jenna *Summer Lewis; Chrstian Saylor; Mcleod; *Dakota P
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Mackenzie Wellman; Williams; James Brodie; Jase Smith; *Heath Stewart
Davis; *Ferrin Estes; Gilley; *Samantha Henderson; 7th Grade: Dakota
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activities
Some of the events com-'
ing uip at Walker
Elementary School in
Crestview are as follows:
From August 12-18, the
school will observe
American Education Week.
Science Fair projects are
due Nov. 13 before 9 a.m.
An award ceremony will be
held Tues., Nov. 14 at 7
p.m., after Open House,
which is. from 6 p.m. to 7
p.m.
The school is collecting
nonperishable food items
through Nov. 27 from a
Salvation Army Food
Drive. They are asked to
bring items like pasta, rice,
soups, cereal, peanut butter,
canned meats, veggies, or
fruits to the classroom.
The school will be dosed
Nov. 22 through 24 for the
Thanksgiving holiday.


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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2006 BUSINESS


Emerging designer Christine Philip featured at L'Oreal Fashion Week


Vibrant Indian silks, embroidery
and Jari beading foreshadow
what's hot by this up-and-coming
designer

TORONTO, ONTARIO-
Fusion fashion designer
Christine Philip emerged on
the Toronto runway scene
during L'Ordal Fashion Week
on Fri., Oct. 20, 2006. The
event featured emerging and
established designers from
across the globe.
Though based in the
Atlanta, Ga., Philip's family
heritage stems from India.
She was selected as one of the
hottest up-and-coming
designers to debut her
spring-summer line in the
Indie Fashion Show.
"Toronto is not only a
fashion forward city, but it is
also culturally diverse,"
Philip said backstage before
her runway show. "I feel
honored to introduce my
fusion collections here at
Fashion Week."
Philip's fusion techniques
were seen in her use of exotic
fabrics and design elements
from the Far East, integrated
with western-European cuts
and construction. Long-
legged models stepped out in
rich, colorful cocktail dresses,
skirts and jackets embell-
ished with lush embroidery
and an Indian beading tech-
nique called Jari. Gold ban-
gles, and fine jeweled neck-
laces and earrings added
more fusion flair. Bows that
tied at the waist and femi-
nine trims hinted at romance
and seemed to please the


crowd.
Former Miss Universe
Natalie Glebova was spotted
chatting with the Christine at
the fashion week after party.
"It is very beautiful," com-
mented Glebova on one of
the dresses from Philip's
show. As related by
Glebova's publicist, she told
Philip, "You are very good at
what you do."
With three years in the
fashion industry under her
belt, Philip hopes to open her
first U.S. flagship store in the
metro Atlanta area.
Currently, her collections can
be ordered online by visiting
www.christinephilip.com. A
list of retailers is also avail-
able there.
For information and more
photos from the Christine
Philip Fashion Show at
L'Oreal Fashion Week, visit
www.lorealfashionweek.ca.


3 dresses to Torm-tlattenng evening wear, tme
embroidery and beading. (photo submitted)


ERA American
Realty Announces
September Overall
Top Producer


Kay Randoja
ERA American Realty
announces Kay Randoja
took 1st place as the top
agent in listings aind sales
over all five offices.
Randoja closed $1.6 million
in transactions during
September. She has been
with American Realty's
Crestview office since 2001.

ERA American
Realty Announces
September Top
Agents


Indian Jari beading, bright colors, and a mix of European and Indian styles are fused into
Christine Philip's spring/summer collection, which was showcased at L'Or6al Fashion
Week in Toronto, Canada. (photo submitted)


Gaetz honored by Bridgeway Center, Inc.

with 2006 Community Leadership Award


Shown left to right are Bridgeway Center Board Member Barbara Palmgren, Okaloosa
County School Superintendent Don Gaetz, ard Bridgeway Center CEO Daniel Cobbs.
(photo submitted)


FORT WALTON
BEACH-Okaloosa County
School Superintendent Don
Gaetz was honored recently
by Bridgeway Center, Inc.
with their 2006 Community
Leadership Award. The
award, which was presented
by Bridgeway Center CEO
Daniel Cobbs, is given each
year to one or more individu-
als that best exemplify com-
munity leadership.
Over the past five years,
Superintendent Gaetz has
led the Okaloosa County
School District from the mid-
dle of the pack, among the
state's 67 counties, to the


highest performing public
school system in Florida.
Governor Jeb Bush called the
Okaloosa County School
District under
Superintendent Gaetz's lead-
ership a "model for all of
Florida to follow," and
Florida TaxWatch recognized
Okaloosa Schools in 2004 as
providing the best education-
al value for tax dollars spent.
With a background in
business and finance rather
than education,
Superintendent Gaetz was
recently described in a
national education journal as
"one of the leading non-tra-


ditional superintendents in
the country."
Last year's recipients were
Mike Kent, president of
Progressive Management of
America, Inc., and James P
Wilson, MD, physician of
Internal Medicine, for pro-
viding affordable and Free
Zone housing in Okaloosa
County and free medical care
at the OMAC medical clinic,
respectively.
For more information on
Bridgeway Center, Inc. and
its services, call 833-7500, or
visit their website at
www.bridgewaycenter.org.
(story submitted)


Jackson Hewitt tax preparer training
classes start Dec. 4; company to hire
100+ employees at year's end


FORT WALTON
BEACH-The Fort Walton
Beach area Jackson Hewitt
Tax Service plans to
employ more than 100 per-
sons for the upcoming tax
season. The company is
going to offer free tax semi-
nar "aid; paid training to
those who "qualify.
(Completion of course is
neither an offer nor a guar-
antee of employment.
Additional training or
experience may be
required. Most offices are
independently owned and
operated.)
Due to recent growth in
the Fort Walton Beach and
surrounding areas, Jackson
Hewitt Tax Service will
look to staff offices in our
Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Mary
Esther, Niceville, Fort
Walton, Shalimar,
Crestview, Destin, and


DeFuniak Springs loca-
tions. "We have experi-
enced significant growth in
2005 and 2006," states
General Manager Kim
McCarty. "We pride our-
selves in training and re-
training our team mem-
bers. We have a great train-
ing schedule and timeline .
to reach our goal of 100 -
new team members."
Jackson Hewitt Tax
Service is the tax service of
NASCAR. This partner-
ship, in conjunction with
many other national and
retail partnerships, is why
Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
is making their mark in the
tax service market.
McCarty added that any-
one interested in getting
information on the posi-
tions available should call
1-800-234-1040 toll-free or
850-609-1020 locally.


Tammy James
ERA American Realty
announces its top agents
for September. Pat Williams
received "Agent of the
Month" having been the
top producer for listing and
sales during September for
American Realty's
Shalimar office. She dosed
$1.5 million in transactions
during that month.
Williams has been with
American Realty since
1985. Tammy James was
awarded "Agent of the
Month" in Niceville and
celebrated her first anniver-
sary with the company in
September.


Florida women join National Federation of Republican
Women to help pass Jessica's Law in every state


Crestview welcomes


SDress Gynecol :


Crestview merchants and the community welcomes Dr. Amy Dress of Dress
Gynecology & Associates, RA., 1312 East Redstone Avenue, suite 10. An open
house and Chamber Area of Commerce ribbon cutting where held Wed., Nov. 1. The
company's phone number is (850) 398-5295.


Attending the fall meeting of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) in
Indianapolis, Indiana were Florida delegates: (I-r) Bonnie Re, Boca Raton; Florida
New Federation of Republican Women President Louise Dowd, Naples; Republican
Women of Okaloosa, Federated President Barbara Wall, NIceville and Lavigne
Kirkpatrick, Naples. (photo submitted)


INDIANAPOLIS At its
Board of Directors fall meet-
ing, the National Federation
of Republican Women
pledged to continue working
to ensure Jessica's Law is
passed in every state:
Barbara Wall, president of
Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated, along
with other Florida club repre-
sentatives, joined more than
150 Republican women from
across the country in
Indianapolis Sept. 8-9 to meet
with Mark Lunsford, father of
the girl for whom Jessica's
Law is named. In 2005, nine-
year-old Jessica Lunsford was
kidnapped, sexually assault-
ed and murdered by a con-
victed sex offender in Florida.
The Jessica Lunsford Act
was passed in Florida later


that year in an effort to tough-
en penalties for sexual offend-
ers through mandatory mini-
mum sentencing, lifetime
supervision and electronic
monitoring, increased regis-
tration and reporting require-
ments, and other measures.
"More than 24 states have
passed Jessica's Law or
equivalent legislation,"
Lunsford told the group, "but
several states still need a lot
of work. Many have only
passed weak legislation with
loopholes, legislation that
makes people feel good, but
that does no good. Jessica's
Law is the most powerful leg-
islation to date to protect our
children."
With the support of
Lunsford and the Jessica
Marie Lunsford Foundation,


the NFRW has launched a
comprehensive issue advoca-
cy program which will be
implemented at the state level
by the NFRW's state federa-
tions. The program gives
state federations the tools to
advocate for the passage of
Jessica's Law or its equivalent
in every state, and also calls
for monitoring the enforce-
ment of the legislation once it
is passed.
Founded in 1938, the
NFRW is one of the largest
women's political organiza-
tions in the country with
nearly 100,000 members. The
grassroots organization
recruits and elects Republican
candidates, advocates the
Party's philosophy and initia-
tives, and empowers women
in the political process.













10 i Crestview News Bulletin MILITARY


Air Force Airman David
A. Smith has graduated
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, orga-
nization, and military cus-
toms and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field train-
ing exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.


Airman David A. Smith

He is the son of Dianna
Smith of Crestview, Fla.,
and a 2005 graduate of
Crestview High School.


J. Smith enters army through

Delayed Entry Program


James E. Smith has joined
the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program
gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn anew skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After


completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual train-
ing in their career job spe-
cialty prior to. being
assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
Smith will report to Fort
Leonard Wood,
Waynesville, Mo., for basic
training on Nov. 14, 2006.
He is the son of John and
Gloria Smith of Crestview,
Fla.


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Remember our Air Force widows


Smith completes


basic USAF training


Jodi L. Jordan
Deputy Director of Marketing
Air Force Enlisted Village

When airmen marry, their
spouses become part of the
Air Force, too. They may not
wear the uniform, but spous-
es wait through the deploy-
ments, make the change-of-
station moves and experi-
ence all the other trials of
military family life.
Supporting the Air Force
Enlisted Village by contribu-
tions or volunteering is a
great way to make sure these
spouses always have a
home, no matter what their
financial circumstance may
be.
The AFEV provides con-
tinuous, dedicated service to
widows of enlisted Air Force
veterans. Low pay and fre-
quent moves leave many
military widows without
careers, home equities, out-
side retirement plans or
other significant assets.
Often, they're left without
survivor benefits and don't
qualify for Social Security
benefits.
For more than 30 years,
this non-profit, one-of-a-
kind organization has
allowed indigent widows to
live among their peers, shar-
ing memories of Air Force
life without the stigma nor-
mally associated with subsi-
dized housing facilities. Dire
need widows have priority,
and none are refused assis-
tance due to financial status.


The AFEV encompasses two
independent living villages,
Bob Hope Village and Teresa
Village, and a new assisted
living residence, Hawthorn
House. All three .are located
in Shalimar, Fla., near Eglin
Air Force Base and Hurlburt
Field.
Former Chief Master
Sergeant of the Air Force Jim
Binnicker is the president
and chief executive officer
for the AFEV. "When a new
resident moves in, I tell her
'Welcome home.'. The resi-
dents all have the common
bond of being part of the Air
Force family. We have the
'Mom' rule here. We treat
our residents like we would
want someone to treat our
own mothers."
Jean Stephens, who has
lived at Bob Hope Village for
two years, said that common
bond is what makes the
AFEV so special. "We all
traveled with our husbands,
and we all lost out hus-
bands, and we all raised our
children," Mrs. Stephens
said. "I've made so many
friends. It's just made me so
happy to be here." Sylvia
DeArza, another Bob Hope
Village resident, agreed.
"We're like sisters, almost."
Since Teresa Village
opened in 1975, and Bob
Hope Village in 1985, more
than 1,500 widows and sur-
viving spouses ages 55 to 103
have had a safe haven to call
home. Since Hawthorn
House opened in 2005, wid-


ows can remain with their
Air Force family when they
can no longer live indepen-
dently. According to Cathy
Landroche, AFEV director of
marketing and communica-
tions, "This quality of care is
the direct result of tax-
deductible donations."
There are a variety of
ways to donate to the AFEV,
including becoming a
Sustaining Donor through
an active duty or retiree
allotment, bank draft with-
drawal or credit card billing.
One of the most familiar
and easiest ways to give is by
making outright donations
through gifts of cash, checks
or credit cards; land, proper-
ty, stocks, securities, automo-
biles or boats.
Contributions can also be
accomplished by bequest or
will, or by designating a
fixed dollar amount, per-
centage of an estate, or an
entire estate to the AFEV
upon an individual's death.
Individuals and groups
can also dedicate an area
within the village. This is a
wonderful way to provide a
lasting memory of a loved
one, or show support of a
business, organization or
corporation. An example of
this would be modifying an
apartment bathroom for:
handicapped individuals at
a cost of $5,000. The modifi-
cation involves removing the
bathtub and replacing it with
a stand-alone shower.
Personalized engraved


Blue Angels Homecoming Airshow continues Nov. 11


NAS PENSACOLA-The
Navy's Flight
Demonstration squadron,
the Blue Angels, will close
the 2006 season at their
annual Homecoming Air
Show aboard Naval Air
Station Pensacola on Nov. 11.
The show began Friday.
This year, along with the
world famous Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornet perfor-
mances, the Blues' C-130
HercuIfe"t"fh~'sPdit;j" also
known as Fat Albert, will
demonstrate a Jet Assisted
Take Off with the help of
solid fuel rockets.
Other potential military


performers include the F-22
Raptor, F/A-18F Super
Hornet, F-15 Strike Eagle,
and A-10 Warthog. The Sky
Soldiers will perform a heli-
copter attack demonstration,
and Training Air Wing SIX
will feature a fly-by with-
wing training aircraft.
Tentatively scheduled for
both days are extraordinary
.erobatics by performers
such as Gene Soucy in the
Showcat, with wing walker
Teresa Stokes, Frank Ryder
in his Oreck XL Wolf
Cyclone, and Dale Snodgrass
piloting his F-86 SabreJet.
Otto the helicopter will


amaze the crowd with his
antics and family-oriented
entertainment. The
American Firebirds will per-
form in the Walter Extra
300S. There will be several
fly-by appearances, and the
10,000-horsepower Air Force
Reserve Jet Truck will roar
down the runway.
Along with the flying
demonstratiogydg n
50 military and dvilian air-
craft will be on display.
These static displays include
the FedEx airbus, and air-
craft ranging from present
day, state-of-the-art jet fight-
ers to aircraft from the 1930s.


Gates will open at 8 a.m.,
with the shows starting at
9:45 a.m. Both shows are
open to the public.
Admission and parking are
free. Areas will be reserved
for.- the physically chal-
lenged. Food beverages and
memorabilia will be avail-
able at the concessions. Pets,
coolers, and smoking are not
permitted.
Security i Oesdhi elirand
signs will direct spectators to
parking areas near the show
site. Visitors are encouraged
to use the West Gate (Blue
Angel Parkway) to ease traf-
fic congestion.


PUBLIC NOTICES


NOTICE OF GROUP I FIRE
COMMISSIONER OPENING
The North Okaloosa Fire District
Is seeking a motivated Individ-
ual to serve their community as
the Group I Commissioner.
Qualifcations for the position
Include a desire to improve fire
servicefor your community;
residence In the unincorporated
area of the 51st or 8th Precinct,
validated by the Supervisor of
Elections, and a willingness to
aarv In the position for two
years beginning 16 November
2006.
IniHrested Distrct members
should mall a resume, and refer-
ences to: NOFD, Attn:
Commlisloner Vacancy, P. O.
Box 973, Crestview, FL 32536 or
via mail to: nofdadmln@wool-
com.net. Applications will be
accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15, 2006.
10/04/06 10/07/06
10/11/06 10/14/06
10/18/06 10/21/06
10/2506 10/28/06
11/01/06 11/04/06
11/08/06 11/11106
11/15/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2006-DR-003328
BRYAN KEITH HUBBLE,
Petitioner,
and
REBECCA ANN HUBBLE,
Respondent .

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: Rebecca Ann Hubble
408 Chestnut St
Cumberland, MD 21502
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Bryan Keith Hubble,
whose address Is125 W. 1st, Apt
32, Crestview., FL 32536 on or
before November 29,2006, and
file the original with the clerk of
this Court at Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shallmar, FL 32579
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fall
to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court documents
In this case, Including orders,
are available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court' office. You may
review theiedocuments upon
request
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form
12.915.)


WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic dis-
closure of documents and Infor-
mation. Failure to comply can
result In sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking of plead-
Ings.
Dated: October 18, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
I, E. Nadine Hubble, a nonlawyer,
located rl 2028 Pin H-gn Dr.
Pensacola FL 32526 Pnorne 680-
944-7227, r.elped Bryan Ke.rn
HuDble avnoe me Pall.onrer F.l
out this form.
10/21/06
10/28/06
11/04/06
11/11/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-CA-2122-C
T. DEAN BOAN and
KENNETH L BOAN
Plaintiffss,
vs
DANIEL COBB and
HELEN COBB,
Defendant(s)
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO FLORIDA
STATUTE CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that under a
Amended Final Default Judgment
entered on the 25th day of
October, 2006, in the above listed
case number, in the Circuit Court
of the 1st Judicial Circuit in and for
Okaloosa County, Florida in which,
T. Dean Bean and Kenneth L.
Boan are the Petitioners, and
Daniel Cobb and Helen Cobb are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
the front south door, Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Blvd. East, Crestview, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m., on November 30,
2006, the following described
property set forth, in the Order of
Final Default Judgement:
Lots 9 to 12, Inclusive,
Block 1, BAKER LAND
COMPANY ADDITION TO
BAKER, according to plat
thereof on file In deed book
A-8, Page 56, In the office of
the Clerk of Court Okaloosa
County, Florida
Dated this 26th day of October,
2006.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Court
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
Publication of this Notice was
made on November 4, 2006, in the
Crestview News Bulletin
11/04/06
11/11/06


PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing was held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
The City of Crestview, on
November 7th, at 8:30 a.m. in the
Commissioners' Meeting Room at
the Okaloosa County Courthouse,
101 James Lee Blvd. East RM 120
Crestview, Florida to consider
transfer ownership of Arena Road
to the City of Crestview.
That portion of Arena Road owned
by Okaloosa County by prescrip-
live r.gnl of Way Inal traverses .
tnrougr. Sec ,on 19. Tc.wnship 3
North, Range 23 West, and
Sections 24,25,26 and Section 35,
Township 3 North, Range 24 West,
Okaloosa County, Florida.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
11/11/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a puDIoC near.ng ias reld before
ite Board ol Counry
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Ms. Edna Williamson, on
November 7th, 2006 at 8:30 a.m.
in the Commissioners' Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James Lee Blvd.
East RM 120 Crestview, Florida to
consider vacation of all or a por-
tion of an unopened alley in the
Town of Holt, Holt, Florida
described as follows:
The 25 foot alley bound by Lots 1
thru 6 as recorded In Plat Book 1,
page 16 of the Official Records of
Okaloosa County, Florida. The 25
foot alley is lying between Berry
Road plattedd as Berry Street) and
Circle Avenue plattedd as Jones
Street) located in the Town of Holt,
Florida.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
11/11/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing was held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Thomas L. McKinnie, on
November 7th, 2006 at 8:30 A.m.
in the Commissioners' Meeting
Room 101 e. James Lee Blvd.,
RM 120 Crestview, Florida to con-
sider vacation of all or a portion of
Block 11, Oakdale Miniature
Farms Crestview, Florida
described as follows:
The south three hundred feet of
the un-opened twenty-five feet
alley described as all of the alley
platted as twenty five feet wide
lying east of and adjacent to Lots
3 & 4, Block 11, and west of and
adjacent to Lot 15, Block 11,
Oakdale Miniature Farms, as
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
129, Public Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida.


SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
11/11/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Wayne Miller on November 7th,
2006 at 8:30 a.m. in the
Commissioners' Meeting Room at
the Okaloosa County Courthouse,
101 James Lee Blvd. East RM
120, Crestview, Florida to consider
vacation of all or a portion of
unopened R.R. Street right-of-way
described as follows:
A parcel of land located in Section
8, Township 3 North, Range 23
West, Okaloosa County, Florida
and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a found concrete
marker at the NE Comer of said
Section, Township, and Range;
thence run South for 482.60 feet;
thence run North 89 degrees 35
minutes 16 seconds West for
440.25 feet, said being the Point
of Beginning; thence run North 89
degrees 35 minutes 16 seconds
West for 44 feet, thence run South
11 degrees 49 minutes 35 sec-
onds West for 216.63 feet; thence
run South 89 degrees 47 minutes
11 seconds East for 39 feet;
thence run North 13 degrees 08
minutes 46 seconds East for
217.56 feet back to the Point of
Beginning. Said parcel contains
0.20 acres more or less.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
11/11/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing was held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, for a property
exchange between Okaloosa
County and Duggan Pond
Development Group LLC; for the
Live Oak Church Road relocation
project, on Nbvember 7, 2006 at
8:30 a.m. in the Commissioners'
Meeting Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Blvd. East RM 120 Crestview,
Florida.
Conservation Area
Parcel "A"
A conservation area over, under
and across a portion of Section 5,
Township 2 North, Range 23 West,
Okaloosa County, Florida, being
more particularly described as fol-
lows:
COMMENCE at a concrete monu-
ment marking the southwest cor-
ner of Plantation Oaks, as record-
ed in Plat Book 11, Page 48, of the
Public Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida; thence South 04
degrees 45 minutes 55 seconds
West a distance of 663.32 feet
along the extension of the west
boundary of said Plantation Oaks
Sto a point on the centerline of Live
Oak Church Road, an existing 66
foot county right of way; thence
South 34 degrees 32 minutes 50
seconds West a distance of


398.51 feet along said existing
centerine to the beginning of a
curve, concave northwesterly, hav-
ing a radius of 3437.75 feet;
thence along said curve to the
right and said existing centerline,
run Southwesterly an arc distance
of 293.28 feet through a central
angle of 04 degrees 53 minutes 17
seconds (chord of said arc bearing
South 36 degrees 59 minutes 28
seconds West a chord distance of
293.19 feet); thence along said
existing centerline, run South 39
degrees 26 minutes o7 seconds
West a distance of 27.07 feet to a
Point of Curvature of the centerline
01 me realignment ol Live Oak
Churcn Road (as oescr'Ded oy
OZatoosa County Eng.neenng
Depanment). said point be.ng on a
cure concave nortrwesterny, nai-
ng a radius of 409 26 lear trance
eating said sxlting cenlerine
along said curve to me right and
sad realignment centerline run
Southwesterly an arc distance of
394.84 feet through a central
angle of 55 degrees 16 minutes 37
seconds (chord of said arc bearing
South 67 dLsrees 04 minutes 26
seconds West a chord distance of
379 70 lfeae: Inence along said
.eallgnment centerllne run Nornn
85 degrees 17 minutes 16 sac.
noas We-t a dasarnce of 134.02
feet; thence,leaving said realign-
ment centerline, run North 04
degrees 42 minutes 44 seconds
East a distance of 40.00 feet to a
point on the northerly right vay
of the realignment of Live Oak
Church Road, said point being the
POINT OF BEGINNING. From
said POINT OF BEGINNING,
along said northerly right of way,
run North 85 degrees 17 minutes
16 seconds West a distance of
93.29 feet; thence leaving said
northerly right of way, run North 61
degrees 21 minutes 03 seconds
East a distance of 12.11 feet;
thence North 35 degrees 19 min-
utes 27 seconds East a distance
of 53.01 feet; thence North 77
degrees 38 minutes 45 seconds
East a distance of 97.08 feet;
thence South 35 degrees 22 min-
utes 29 seconds West a distance
of 66.61 feet; thence South 11
degrees 09 minutes 41 seconds
West a distance of 23.63 feet to
the point of beginning, containing
0.119 acres, more or less.

Parcel "B"
A conservation area over, under
and across a portion of Section 5,
Township 2 North, Range 23 West,
Okaloosa County, Florida, being
more particularly described as fol-
lows:
COMMENCE at a concrete monu-
ment marking the southwest cor-
ner of Plantation Oaks, as record-
ed in Plat Book 11, Page 48, of the
Public Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida; thence South 04
degrees 45 minutes 55 seconds
West a distance of 663.32 feet
along the extension of the west
boundary of said Plantation Oaks
to a point on the centerline of
angle of 55 degrees 16 minutes 37
seconds (chord of said arc bearing
South 67 degrees 04 minutes 26
seconds West a chord distance of
379.70 feet); thence along said


realignment centerline, run North


realignment centerline, run North
85 degrees 17 minutes 16 sec-
onds West a distance of 6.77 feet;
thence leaving said realignment
centerline, run South 03 degrees
50 minutes 11 seconds West a
distance ol 40 00 teet to nme
POINT OF BEGINNING. sad po.nt
being the intersection of the
southerly right of way of the
realignment of Live Oak Church
Road and the westerly right of way
of the realignment of Wayside
Park Entrance Road (as described
by Okaloosa County Engineering
Department). From said POINT
OF BEGINNING, along said west-
erly right of way, run South 03
degrees50 minutes 11 seconds
West a distance ol 12 07 leet lo a
curve concave norinnesreny. nae-
ing a re(aus ol 348 97 leer, thence
along said curve to the right and
Said westerly right of way, run
Southwesterly an arc distance of
336.68 feet through a central
angle of 55 degrees 16 minutes 37
seconds (chord of said arc bearing
South 31 degrees 28 minutes 29
seconds West a chord distance of
323.77 feet) to a point on the
northerly right of way of the exist-
ing Live Oak Church Road, said
po;nt being the end of said wester-
ly ngm of way, mnence along sala
norlheny right of way, run South
59 degrees 06 minutes 48 sec-
onds West a distance ol 80 00
leer; hence leaving said nonnenyry
right of way, run North 32 degrees
38 minutes 57 seconds West a
distance of 60.00 feet; thence
North 48 degrees 10 minutes 58
.seconds East a distance of 45.00
feet; thence North 29 degrees 01
minutes 51 seconds East a dis-
tance of 84.86 feet; thence North
08 degrees 24 minutes 26 sec-
onds East a distance of 113.24
feet; thence North 26 degrees 54
minutes 38 seconds East a dis-
tance of 63.06 feet; thence North
03 degrees 16 minutes 27 sec-
onds East a distance of 76.89 feet
to the southerly right of way of the
realignment of Live Oak Church
Road; thence along said southerly
right of way, run South 85 degrees
17 minutes 16 seconds East a dis-
tance of 233.28 feet to the Point of
Beginning, containing 1.670 acres,
more or less.-
PARCEL 'C"
Commencing at a concrete monu-
ment marking the Southwest cor-
ner of Plantation Oaks, as record-
ed in Plat Book 11, Page 48,
Public Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida, proceed South 04
degrees 45 minutes 45 seconds
West 663.32 feet along the exten-
sion of the West boundary of said
Plantation Oaks to a point on the
centerline of Liveoak Church
Road, an existing 66 foot county
right of way; thence South 34
degrees 32 minutes 50 seconds
West 398.51 feet along said cen-
terline to the beginning of a curve
to the right having a radius of
3437.75 feet and a central angle
of 04 degrees 53 minutes 17 sec-
onds; thence Southwesterly along
said curve and centerline an arc
distance of 293.28 feet (chord
bearing and distance = South 36
degrees 59 minutes 29 seconds
West 293.29) to end of curve;
thence South 39 degrees 26 min-


utes 07 seconds West 27.07 feet
to the beginning of a curve to the
right having a radius of 409.26 feet
and central angle of 51 degrees
36 minutes 08 seconds thence
Soutnweslerly along said curve
and cenlerrne an arc distance or
368.59 feet (chord bearing and
distance = South 65 degrees 14
minutes 12 seconds West 356.26
feet) to a point of intersection with
the centerline of the proposed
Park entrance Road (66 foot Right
of Way); thence South 03 degrees
50 minutes 11 seconds West
52.41 feet along proposed center-
line; thence departing centerine
proceed South 86 degrees 09 m;n-
ulas 49 seconds East 33 00 lese to
a point on me Easterly Right ol
Way line ol proposed Park
Entrance Road and the Point of
Beginning; thence North 03
degrees 50 minutes 11 seconds
East 15.06 feet along said Easterly
Right of Way line to a point on the
Southerly Right of Way line of
Liveoak Church Road realignment;
thence Northeasterly along said
Right of Way line and curve to the
left having a radius of 449.26 feet
and a central angle of 14 degrees
30 minutes 23 seconds; thence
Northeasterly along said Right of
Way and curve an arc distance of
113.75 feet (chord bearing and
distance of North 79 degrees 48
minutes 37 seconds East 113.44
feet) to the intersection with the
Westerly Right of Way line of
Liveoak Church Road (66 foot
right of way); thence South 49
degrees 26 minutes 07 seconds
West 33.66 feet along said
Westerly Right of Way line to the
beginning of a curve to the right
having a radius of 1259.39 feet
and a central angle of 07 degrees
38 minutes 27 seconds; thence
Southwesterly along said Westerly
Right of Way line and curve an arc
distance of 167.95 feet (chord
bearing and distance = South 43
degrees 15 minutes 21 seconds
West 167.82 feet) to a point of
intersection with the Easterly Right
of Way line of proposed Park
Access Road (66 foot Right of
Way); thence Northeasterly along
said Easterly Right of Way line
and a curve to the left having a
radius of 414.97 feet and a central
angle of 16 degrees 00 minutes 42
seconds an arc distance of 115.97
feet (chord bearing and distance =
North 11 degrees 50 minutes 31
seconds East 115.59) feetto the
Point of Beginning. Contains 0.15
acres more or less.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
11/11/06
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CRESTVIEW
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to call of its directors, a
Special Meeting of the
Stockholders of First National
Bank of Crestview will be held at
its main office at 1301 Industrial
Drive on Wednesday. December
13, 2006, to consider and deter-
mine by vote whether an agree-
ment to exchange shares between
the Bank and FNBC Financial


Corporation located in Crestview,
Florida under the provisions of the
laws of the United States, shall be
ratified and confirmed, and to vote
upon any other matters incidental
tothe proposed share exchange
between the two institutions. A
copy of the Agreement of
Reorganization and Plan of
Exchange, approved by a majority
of the Directors of each of the two
institutions, is on file at the Bank
and may be inspected during busi-
ness hours.
J.D. Wingard, Jr.
President and Chairman
11/11/06
11/18/06
11/25/06
12/02/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-CA-4697-C
BILLIE WOODS,
Plaintiff,
vs
ANDREW J. PENNINGTON and
wife, LUCILLE B. PENNINGTON,
known natural persons, not
known to be either dead or alive
and their unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assigns, or
any other parties claiming by,
through, under, or against them,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Andrew J. Pennington and
wife, Lucille B. Pennington and
their unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, or any other
parties claiming by, through, under,
or against them
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
in the Circuit Court in the First
Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa
County, Florida for Complaint to
Quiet Title and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses to it, if any, to:
JASON R. MOULTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
660-A Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
on or before December 21, 2006
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, Crestview,
Florida either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter, or a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
Petition.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
11/11/06
11/18/06
11/25/06
12/02/06


A resident at the Air Force
Enlisted Village in Shalimar,
Fla., enjoys a recent come-
dy performance. The Air
Force Enlisted Village pro-
vides homes to the widows
of retired enlisted service
people. Both assisted living
and independent living
apartments are available at
the AFEV. (photo submitted)


brick pavers which can be
purchased for $1,000, $500 or
$100 are placed in the beau-
tiful Garden of Hope and can
be used to pay tribute to
loved ones who served our
country; honor family and
friends; recognize a group,
club or organization; com-
memorate a special event or
occasion, or in memory of or
in honor of an individual.
For more information on
donating to the Village,
please visit our Web site at
www.afenlistedwidows.org,
or contact the Marketing
Office atl-800-258-1413 for a
copy of our "Ways of
Giving" brochure. (story
submitted)


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SPORTS


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2006


Crestview News Bulletin 11


Pace wears down




CHS in district match


Patriots defeat


Dawgs 3-0

Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Expect Crestview's
upcoming boys soccer prac-
tices to include a healthy
dose of running and condi-
tioning work.
The Dawgs played 65
strong minutes Thursday
against Pace, but tired in the
last 15 minutes of a 3-0
District 1-5A loss on the
Davidson Middle School
field.
All three Patriot goals
came in the last 15 minutes.
"We've got to run more,"
CHS assistant Nick
Kootsouradis said. "And the
bottom line is, we'll run
them. We've got Tate on
Tuesday and we won't have
time to increase conditioning
by then. But after that, we've
got about a week or so, and
they'll be doing a lot more
running."
CHS (0-2, 0-2) dominated
the first 20 minutes against
Pace (1-0, 1-0), the district
runner-up last season. The
Dawgs squeezed off four
shots on goal before the
Patriots got their first good
look.


City of Crestview youth soc-
cer players who attend the
Crestview High School boys
soccer home match against
Fort Walton Beach on Nov.
27 will be admitted for free.
Youths must wear their uni-
form shirt and be accompa-
nied by a parent. The JV
match starts at 5 p.m., with
the varsity to follow.

The teams played evenly
through the midway point of
the second half, resulting in a
scoreless draw entering the
last 20 minutes.
"We kept the pace up, and
our defense was going real
hard," senior midfielder
James Smith said.
Pace broke through in the
65th minute. Curtis Brashear
got free in the box after a
Patriot corer kick and boot-
ed the ball into the top of the
goal for a score.
"Once that first goal went
in, our heads went down and
we didn't keep it up," senior
defenseman Kenneth Baxter
said. "At the beginning, we
kept up the pressure and ran
with them and had our heads
up high and were expecting
to win."
Pace's Ross Wyatt made it
2-0 when he scored off of a


soccer

rebound in the 69th minute.
Brashear sealed it with a goal
from well outside the penalty
box in the 76th minute.
Brashear seems to like
playing against Crestview.
He also had the only goal in
the Patriots' 1-0 victory
against the Dawgs in the
District 1-5A tournament
quarterfinals last season.
Crestview's coaches start-
ed discussing their plans for
more conditioning work dur-
ing practices a few minutes
before Thursday's final whis-
tle.
"Pace is a good team, and
they beat us," Kootsouradis
said. "But in the last 10 or 15
minutes, I could tell we were
winded."
Crestview just missed on a
pair scoring opportunities. A
Dawg shot skidded off the
top of the crossbar in the 34th
minute. A CHS penalty kick
also missed off of the cross-
bar in the waning moments.
Crestview's junior varsity
defeated Pace 4-1.

Girls fall
Crestview's girls soccer
team fell 4-1 in a District 1-
5A match at Tate on
Tuesday.
The Dawgs fell to 0-2
overall and in district play.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview's Ryan Jewell (left) heads a ball during the Bulldog boys soccer team's match
Thursday against Pace on the field at Davidson Middle School. CHS fell 3-0. More local sports
photos can be seen on the Internet at www.pictureu2.dotphoto.com.


Crestview trailed just 1-0
at the half. The Dawgs dosed
within 2-1 on Leigh Hooker's
penalty kick in the second
half.
The Aggies, extended
their lead back to a pair of


goals on a penalty kick of
their own. Tate added an
insurance goal in the final
moments.
"The lesson from this
match was, 'Yes, it can be
;done,'" CHS coach Carlos


Bonilla said. "When we play
as a team, we play great. So
we learned that together, we
can do it."
Crestview's junior varsity
defeated Tate to improve to
1-0-1.


CRESTVIEW, from page 14


yards in 10 plays, capped
off by the Loomis touch-
down.
"It really came down to
one play them making a
play in the end zone and us
not being able to make a
play," Brunson said. "But
that's football."
Senior Stephon Thrash
became the Bulldogs' main
runilinrthreat4 after .fellow
senior- C-alvin Siler went
down with an injured ankle
early in the game.
Thrash tallied a career-
high 22 running attempts for
97 yards.
"Stephon Thrash also
played every play on
defense," Brunson said of his
workhorse. "Then he was
able to come in in the fourth
quarter, even on some tired
legs, and made some great
runs." '
Brunson was also proud
of Thigpen, his three-year
starter under center. Thigpen Ci
finished with 120 yards
through the air. Frid
"I though Thigpen had a
huge night," the coach said. "
"He played with composure, effo
sat in the pocket, and made B
some good throws. ninr


BAKER, from page 14

"They have a bunch of
great athletes," Baker sopho-
more Billy Whatmough said.
"They had the whole pack-'
age. They had a bunch of
good runners and they were
real strong and physical.
They are just altogether a
great team."
The Gators will lose eight
seniors, but Baker will return
the rest of a roster that pro-
duced a winning season just
one year after a winless 2005
campaign.
"It was a great comeback
from a year ago," Kellogg
said. "The biggest thing
we've got to do now is the
strength factor. We've made Blo
great improvements, but
we're not even close to these E
people. The kids have got to' Fric
see that we've got to go to con
work in those areas. If we are Joe
going to match up and play (
with these teams, we've got Smi
to get where they are at." the


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
restview quarterback Joe Thigpen (right) consoles team-
nate Ryan Hooper at the conclusion of the Dawgs' loss
lay at Milton. More local sports photos can be seen on the
Internet at www.pictureu2.dotphoto.com.


Overall, it was ;a great
rt from our guys."
runson isx already plan-
g for next season. He


plans to have his returning
troops back in the weight
rooi after the Thanksgiving
break.


Kent Buckner/Special to the News Bulletin
Baker's David Langston (right) absorbs a hit from a
)untstown defender during the Gators' game Friday night.


laker took the field
lay without key two-way
tributors Ben Griffith and
Smith.
Griffith, a senior, and
ith, a junior, both missed
game with knee injuries.


BLOUNTSTOWN 50, BAKER 6
Baker 0 6 0 0 6
Blountstown 9 13 20 8-- 50.
First Quarter
BI Jonathan Lockhart 7 pass from
Cory Cox (Jared King kick) 7:03
BI Safety, Baker punter tackled in
end zone :15
Second Quarter
Ba Braden Jenkins 15 pass from


He will also be looking for
a way to clear what has
become his biggest obstacle,
taming the Panthers.
"This right here is a hur-
dle we've got to overcome,
beating Milton," he said.
"We've' overcome some
other big hurdles, and this is
one we've got to overcome
now."

MILTON 10, CRESTVIEW 3
Crestview 3 0 0 0-- 3
Milton .0 3 :,7 0 10
First Quarter
C Nick Je*el 31 neld goal, :38
Second Quarter
M Mitt Shouppe 24 field goal, 1:13
Third Quarter
M Anthony Loomis 23 pass from
Jeremy Tolbert (Shouppe kick) 8:15
C M
First downs 15 13
Rushes-yards 37-134 18-60
Passing yards 120 184
Comp-Att-lnt 8-19-1 16-21-1
Penalties 7-40 6-50
Punting 2-30.5 2-34.5
Fumbles 0-0 0-0
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING Crestview, Stephon
Thrash 22-97, Tyler Rollo 7-26, Joe Thigpen
7-7, Calvin Slier 1-4. Milton, Christian
Woods 7-28, Tolbert 7-18, Loomis 2-13,
Talris Brown 2-1.
PASSING Crestview, Thigpen 8-19-
1-120. Milton, Tolbert 16-21-1-184.
RECEIVING Crestvlew, Kyle
Harrington 2-45, Johnathan Peacock 3-36,
Randy McKee 1-28; Rhys Polk 1-9, Josh
Edwards 1-2. MIlton, Marco Dixon 8-67,
Keenan Tillman 3.35. Ryan Ware 1-32,
Ledre Bender2 26. Loomi s 1-23, Wood-
1..


Laine Bamhlll (run railed) 9:38
BI Jonathan Lockhart 75 kickoff
retum (Jared King kick) 9:28
BI Matt Vincent 19 pass from Cory
Cox (kick failed) 4:07
: Third Quarter
BI TlmothV Copelana 44 run (Jared
King kick) 1124
BI Timothy Copeland 59 run (kick
failed) 7:43
BI Timothy Copeland 34 run (Jared
King kick) 3:19
Fourth Quarter
BI Jared lily 8 run (Matt Vincent
pass from Cory Cox) :34
Ba BI
First downs 9 18
Rushes-yards 35-65 28-293
Passing yaros 34 129
Comp.ArTllm 3-8-1 9-13-0
Punts-average 5-38.2 0-0.0
Fumbles-lost 1-0 6-2
Penalties-yards 5-13 3-15
Time of possession 28:45 19:15
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING Baker, David Langston 8-
46, Billy Whatmough 8-36, Cameron
Domangue 6-32, Caleb Jordan 7-(minus 23),
Lane Bamhill 6-(minus 26). Blountatown,
T.mothy Copeland 10-159. Ryan Baker 4-46,
Eric O'Bryan 4-45, Malcolm Ivory 4-29,
Jonathan Lockhart 1-11, Jared Lilly 2-7,
DeMarco Johnson 1-0, Cory Cox 2-(minus 4).
PASSING Baker, Lalne Bamhill 3-8-
1-34. Blountstown, Cory Cox 9-13-0-129.
RECEIVING Baker, Braden Jenkins
2-33, Cameron Domangue 1-1.
Blountatown, Jonathan Lockhart 3-52,
Garry Reed 4-46, Matt Vincent 1-19,
Brandon Williams 1-12.


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LOCAL SPORTS
DARTS
CDL Standings
1st Division
' Hit Men 116
Bad Boys 86
Black Widows 82.5
Stars & Stripes 71
Jaguars 66
Stray Dogs 54
High In
Darryl Brooks 124
Jean Decker 41
S. 'iterti High Out
Rlisd Ster6b ggfr 87
Jean Decker 40
S High Out -Season
Bob'Brlch 160
Judy Fritzgerald 84
S High Out Season
Bob Brlch 134
Judy Fritzgerald 74
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Bob Brich 246, 54; Eddie Norris 196,
37; Mike Miller 195, 50; Steve Hinrichs
167, 24; Adam Kelley 165, 47; Andy
Baxter 165, 21; Brooks Taylor 162, 23;
Lyle Forrest 160, 19; Keith Howell 149, 16;
Terry Cuchens 142, 21; Scott Decker 139,
23; Mark Benoit 136, 20; Bobby Gainey
131, 22; John Montford 126, 21; Kevin
Fitzgerald 120, 22; Jack Miller 97, 7; Chi
Nguyen 91, 9; Chuck Gagner 84, 20;
Kevin Johnson 82, 11; Darryl Brooks 73,
5; Rush Sterbaggi 65, 8; Al Zimmerman
63, 8; Tod Glische 62, 13; Phil Phillips 43,
5; Russel Carroll 42, 3; Brian Soals 36, 2;
Bruce Jones 32, 6; Andy Baxter Jr. 16, 1;
J. T. Thomas 13, 4; John Hashek 13, 1;
Lee (BW) 3, 3.
Women's MVP Points & Tons
Judy Fitzgerald 83, 9; Jean Decker 80,
11; Usa LaGrone 40, 3; Ellen Hashek 11, 1.


2nd Division
Devils 84
Wanderers 74
Al Riders 56
Go For The Gusto 28
High In
James Poque 115
Odessa Taylor 66
High Out,
Walt Montford H 47
Jenny Montford 32
High In Season
JamesPoque -. 115
Misty Forsythe
1 High Out Sjeason I
J. D.Way 114
Misty Forsythe, Odessa Taylor 86
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Jonathan Haggard 160, 22; J. D. Way
144,15; Jeramiah Taylor 143,17; Rick Tyler
136, 15; James Pogue 88, 10; Walt
Montford 86, 1; Gary Easterwood.79, 10;
Billy Becknell 73, 2; Bill Brumbaugh 67, 6;
Jon Burris 61, 6; Rodney Brackett 50, 4; Joe
Dahl 43, 3; John Beremies 26, 3; Mike
Smith 13, 3; Bill Glade 13,, 1; Russell
Chamberlain 5, 0.
Women's MVP Points & TeasiBmw
Odessa Taylor 153, 17; Misty BSalye
137, 5; Dixie Way 67, 1; Janice TylM4?P3;
Jewel Boutwell 44, 0; Jenny Montford 7, 1.
Special scores *1H eanT
J. D. Way (Aug. 24) 1"T
Bob Brich (Oct. 12) "c ~fai
John Montford (Oct. 19) "
Announcements ,u
1st Division ,,
Low Ton Judy Fritzgerald 1~blai
High Ton Chuck, Chi, Andy;, (,~ig
2nd Division .
High Ton James Poque 115 oIf!.:a
Captain's Meeting at the VFW niNow.
14 at 7 p.m. .. _r i* y
.scas-


0 SPORTS BRIEFS
REF-


ANNOUNCEMENTS
UPWARD YOUTH SPORTS:
Upward Basketball and Upward
Cheerleading registration is underway.
Register at the Church Office at Central
Baptist Church, 951 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview. For details, call (850) 682-
5525, or visit the church Web site at
www.centralcrestview.com.
Registration fee is $75 per child for
basketball and $85 per child for cheer-
leading. Upward Basketball at Central
Baptist Church is for boys and girls and
is designed to promote salvation, char-
acter and self-esteem through the game
of basketball.
11U TRAVEL BASEBALL: An
11U travel baseball team is looking for
an additional pitcher and catcher.
Youths who will not turn 12 before
April 30, 2007, may schedule a tryout
by calling 499-2675 or 501-3513.
LITTLE LEAGUE: Registration
for the 2007 season at Crestview Little
League will be held on Dec. 9, Jan. 20,
Jan. 27 and Feb. 3, with locations to be
announced. Children ages 5 to 16 who
live within the Crestview Little League
boundaries are eligible to enroll to play
baseball or fast pitch softball.
Registration is required even if the
child played previously. Parents can
find more information online at
www.eteamz.com/Crestviewil, or call
423-1011 and leave a message. For
more information on Little League,
visit the Little League Web site at
www.littleleague.org.
CLAY SHOOT: The OWC-Beach
Bank Sporting Clays tournament will
take place Nov. 18 at the Shoal River
Sporting Clays in Crestview on Nov.
18. The event is limited to 16 four-per-
son teams. Sponsorships and team
entry slots still are open. Team entry
fee is $200. Station sponsorship is
$150. Mandatory registration is at
10:30 a.m., with lunch at 11:30 a.m.
and tournament start at 12:30 p.m. For


details, call the OWC Foundatimti
Office at (850) 729-5357 or go oimlite
to www.owcfoundation.org.
HOPE GOLF TOURNEY Thc
Bob Hope Memorial Charity oilf
Tournament will take place Sunday at
the City of Fort Walton Beach Golf
Course. Shotgun start is at 11 a.m.
Teams may register on the Inteirtbt a
www.afenlistedwidows.org, or by call-
ing Charlie Ray at (850) 651-3766.
Cost is $200 per four-person team.
Sponsorship opportunities are avail-
able.
MEN'S NIGHT OUT: Pine
Terrace Baptist Church will host a Wild
Game Dinner for a "Men's Night Out."
Men of all ages are invited to attend
this free wild game dinner (venison.
roast geese, duck gumbo and much
much more!) today starting at 5 p.m. at
the Pine Terrace Baptist Church in
Milton, Florida. Travis Fryman, former
baseball player for the Detroit Tigers.
will be the guest speaker. The Rowcll
Family will provide entertainment for
the night. Several door prizes will he
awarded with the grand prize being a
CVA muzzle load rifle. Pine Terrace is
located at 6212 Pine Blossom Road in
Milton. For more information on Pine
Terrace or for more details on (lie
Men's Night Out Wild Game Dinner.
call (850) 623-3954 or visit the church
Web site at www.ptbc.org.
CHARITY GOLF TOURNA-
MENT: The Golf Club at Blucwalci
Bay will be the setting for Bridgcway
Center, Inc.'s Charity Golf Tournament
to be held Nov. 18. All proceeds will
benefit Bridgeway Center, Inc.'s
Families in Crisis Program, specilical-
ly parenting classes for victims of
domestic violence. The tournament is a
four-person scramble, with a shotgun
start at 9 a.m. Registration begins al S
a.m. and is $65 per person. Ice
includes green fees, cart, practice balls.
and refreshments. Mulligans are avail










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not much over-
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'I;. 102
I-Drivers
F)EEX GROUNDof
Crestview needs a
CDL truck driver,
Home every day, off
every weekend,
Contact Doug 850-
974-1231.,
NEEDED: CDL Driv-
er's, CAD Technl-
clan, mechanics and
surveyors. Top pay.
Full benefits. Apply
at B&H Contracting,
Inc, 2408 Caton
Roadt' Florala, AL.
36442. 334-858-
6666
104
General Help

$ ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST $
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. In this
area. Labor Find-
ers needs youl
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699
CLEANING BUSI-
NESS has FT/PT
positions with both
day/evening hours
available. Must have
your own transporta-
tion and be bonda-
ble. 850-345-
9335/376-3142.
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104
General Help

CNC MACHINE Op-
erators No experi-
ence Necessary.
Day Shift Monday
thru Thursday. Will
T ran.Aply in per-
on 1 AM-.1M1AMJ
Monday-,: Trraday
@ 3100 Adora Teal
Way, Crestview 850-
689-2889. EOE
FAST GROWING
Company looking
for energetic people
to represent unique
product line, full or
part time. Good
commissions, train-
ing provided. Call for
an Interview now
850-428-2029


DRIVERS MAKE
Money, have
spare time. Inde-
pendent Contrac-
tors. Mon-Frl day-
time work. Must
have 1997 or new-
er 4-dr. sedan or
mlnlvan and cell
phone. 1-800-685-
4789 ext #2102.

SANTA ROSA
Beach Company hir-
Ing job cost estima-
tor. Ability to read
architectural plans a
plus, but will train.
Please call 850-267-
9424 for more Infor-
mation or fax re-
sume and referen-
ces to 850-267-
0396,

SANTA ROSA
Beach Company hir-
ing wire shelving In-
stallers. Please call
850-267-3656 for
more Information or
fix resume to 850-
267-9598.

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant

CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and dish-
washers. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804

110
Labor

HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319


114
Medical


114
Medical

C.N.A.
Compassionate ear-
ly riser needed for
C.N.A. position In
Crestview. Hours
will Include 5:30am-
7:30am. Candidate
must be able to lift a
minimum of 751bs.
without assistance.
This position Is flexi-
ble, and can be as
little as two hours
per day up to a full
time schedule. Reg-
ular pay as well as
incentive pay will be
offered. HS diploma
or GED with certified
nursing assistant
certificate, and a
good FL driving re-
cord required.
Please reply to :
Bridgeway Center
Inc., Human Resour-
ces Dept., 137 Hos-
pital Dr., FWB, FL
32548. Walk-in ap-
plications accepted
Mon, Wed, and Fri,
9-12. Drug Screen-
ing Required.
EOE/AA.

SHOAL CREEK Re-
hab Center has the
following positions
available:

3p-11p
11p-7a
Current FL, CNA
certification re-
quired. Apply In per-
son at 500 S. Hospi-
tal Drive Crestview,
FL 32539, (850)689-
3146

118
Part Time

CHILD CARE now
accepting applica-
tions for pt
assistant/sub posi-
tion, flexible hours
required 682-7319

120
Professional

THE NORTH Oka-
loosa Family YMCA
is currently looking
For a gymnastics/
cheer instructor to
take over their gym-
nastics/cheer pro-
gram in Crestview.
for more information
please contact the
North Okaloosa
Family YMCA @
689-2999 M-F 8am-
8pm.

FIREFIGHTER PO-
SITIONS open. The
North Okaloosa Fire
District has open-
ings for six full-time
shift firefighters and
four part-time fire-
fighters. Applications
are avialable at Sta-


120
Professional

tion 81, 3502
H e m p-
hill Road,
C r e s t v I e w ,
Crestview,
FL or by calling
850/682-1808 and
willknly e.,accept-'
.e .- 1.. d --d
In person or by mail
Sno faxes or emails.
Closing date for ap-
plications Is 17 No-
vember 2006, 1700
hours. For more In-
formation contact
682-1808. The
NOFD Is an
A A / E E
employer.

126
Skills/Trade
CABINET MAKER
needed, some expe-
rience needed. Must
have vehicle. Call
398-3142.
SANTA ROSA
Beach Company hir-
Ing granite Installers.
Must have valid driv-
er's license. Pay ac-
cording to experi-
ence. Please call
850-267-9424 for
more Information or
fax resume to 850-
267-0396,
WANTED ME-
CHANIC to repair
private vehicles for
cash or trade, 1969
Ford F250, 682-
0462.


SERVICES



315
Business Services

AAA CRESTVIEW
HAULING
We Rent roll off
containers for con-
struction and de-.
bris removal Call
(850) 683-5752
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266
HARDWOOD
FLOORS supplied
and installed, sand-
ed and finished. Al-
so old floors resand-
ed and finished.
850-259-5771.


315
Business Services

MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
ICall '183.B752
.AAA Crestvlew"'
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.

320
Child Care
HOME DAYCARE
has openings for
ages 2 and up. After
school slots also
available. Meals,
snacks and learning
activities Included.
689-1388.

PEDIATRIC NURSE
In Crestview wants
to provide safe, lov-
ing, fun care for your
children/Infants.
Available evenings,
weekends, over-
night. Call 499-4583.

325
Domestic
BEVS BROOM INC
We clean private
homes, offices,
move outs & new
construction In the
Crestview area.
Honest & dependa-
ble, licensed and In-
sured. Contact Bev-
erly Hilton 974-0097
or 376-0000


SJADE CLEANING
services accepting
new clients. 682-
9584 or 850-826-
0044.


MCCURLEY
CLEANING Service.
Family owned and
operated. Licensed
and insured. Rea-
sonable rates. Resi-
dential and Con-
struction. Call for
appt. on estimate.
Holiday Special-Let
us do all the hard
work so all you have
to do is enjoyl

337
Concrete

A-0 AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
850-685-9396


337
Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
,'pel~ri~p Lip9ft.sed.
-.& Insured 685-7488 .

BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years In the busi-
ness. 423-0255
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932/
546-0363
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-LI-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs;
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


HOME
REPAIR


340
Home Repair

CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing.
(Hot & Cold) And
Painting and Re-
modeling Residen-
tial & Commercial,
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011 or 259-
6998

CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps

RICHARD GRAND-
QUEST FENCING
(850) 682-9856


340
Home Repair

HANDYMAN SERV-
ICE, 20 years expe-
rience, dependable,
honest, and reliable,
free estimates, li-
censed and Insured
-689-2944 f
MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.
RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates.
Specialize In
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375
240-8443
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Celling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774
lU
342
Landclaaring

NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142









LAWN
CARE


345
Lawn Care

J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.


345
Lawn Care

WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. LI-
cenped and Insured.
537.4419 Referern-"
ces Avrlealable -
LAWN TEK,
LLC'
Lawn Mainte-
nance Land-
scaping Irriga-
tlon Palm tree
Installation *
Sod Dirt Work.
Free estimates.
Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed
Insured
Owner
Brad Overly


,. "65
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
COMPUTER REE
PAIR all brands In-
cluding laptops, low
flat fee 682-3912.
CABLE TV or phone
outlets Installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearing,
demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-
cense and insured
850-865-0826


IiESTORATIONI
Home' Repairs.& Renovatio
KITCHEN & BATHROOM REMODEUNG
WINDOWS & DOORS FANS & LIGHTING
TILE DRYWALL* WOOD-ROT
STRIM MOULDING DECKS ROOF REPAIR

* 850.902.1299 T
Free Estimates
ULicensed Insured


360
Miscellaneous
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218
NEED DIRT
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work Call[
-Spuds Hauling 850-.
"902-5098

TRACTOR WORK
For Hire: Light grad-
ing, bushlogging,
etc. Call Tracy 0
(850) 689-4792 or
(850) 546-0549.


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: '42 -
452
Apartments
1BR/iBA APART-
MENT w/kitchen, liv-
Ing room, central
heat/air, all utilities
furnished,
$700mo/$700dd or
$200wk/$200dd,
850-398-0834.

2 BEDROOM $560
deposit $550 rent
No pets, 650-7614
or 585-1574
CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $42 daily
$225 weekly
Fumlshed efficiency
$225 weekly 682-
4466

456
Homes

3BR/2BA 2CG new
Brick home in Laurel
Hill, $975.mo $975
DD Days 682-5533,
night & weekends,
682-4341

3BR/2BA STEE-
PLECHASE Subdi-
vision, screened
porch, 2 car garage,
storage shed, avail-
able now
$1030mo/$900dd
682-8887.


456
Homes

2,3 AND 4 BED-
ROOM Homes for
rent, No Pets 682-
1972.

BEAUTIFUL BRICK
3 a.
waIhtoryer .near
Bob Sikes School,
$985/mo plus secur-
ity. Now available-
call Mike 699-3833
FOR LEASE 1700
sq.ft. office
space, $1400. p/m
call Elmer Sanders,
realtor, Coldwell
Banker JME Realty,
682-4300 or 582-
1831
FOR RENT S-110,
3BR/2BA, 1CG, pri-
vacy fence,
screened porch,
$950+S/D, 682-
8483, available Dec.
1st.
HOUSE FOR lease.
North of Baker 3BR
1.5 baths. CA/H
Apples. Large fenced
yard. No pets. No
smoking. $750
month, $750 securi-
ty deposit. Rent In-
cludes curbside gar-
bage pickup and
once a month yard
mowing. Call 537-
2561. Credit report
and ref. required.

HOUSE FOR rent,
3BR/1BA, fenced
yard, central a/c, no
pets, $750mo w/DD,
682-9333 or 682-
8665.

454
Commercial

OFFICE/RETAIL
SPACE: 1800 sq ft
fronting Main Street
with Hwy 85 visibili-
ty, available
12/01/06. Also, Ex-
ecutive Office space
available now In
McLalns Office Pla-
za. 682-0791

ANDALUSIA AL.
prime location 27
unit mini storage,
20 10x10, 7 5x10,
rented, $67,000.
(386)846-1957.


EXECUTIVE HOME
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1801 WAUuwa DL 4br/ 3br/ 3c/ 3354sf. I ae corner lot. Details &
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BY OWNER

A picture is worth a thousand words. Sell your merchandise in
the pages of the Crestview News Bulletin and News Extra.
1997 CRESTVIEW
NISSAN
QUEST
A/C, a CD Changer,
Sunroof, Lunggee
Rack, Loaded., J N
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section
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your car, truck, boat, trailer on our lot for
the three week period.


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$3,500

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5TH WHEEL WITH 2 SLIDES
"'"''I Washer/Dryer, Quee
vimks 0 size bed, Microwavl


1973 PINZGUAR 4* 2005 16' ALUM-CRAFT
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Ceramic toilet & Tile,


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Couch bed.


$14,000 (obo)
Call for appointment
850-859-2260


460 556
Mobile Homes Homes
2BR/1 1/2BA mobile 4 BR/3BA with of-
home, upgraded in- fice, 383 River-
side, quiet park, chase, large yard
mostly senior citi- with shed, above
zens, no pets, $480 ground pool, cov-
rent, same deposit. ered patio.
,(850) 585-8192 uq ,,.00Qqftn forl ;'nly
-..-'rn$298.500. 6893993.-


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456
Homes

NEW 3 & 4 bedroom
rental homes ready
for move in. Starting
at $850/mo. Range,
DW, and micro hood
included. Easy ac-
cess to Crestview
and Niceville. Sec-
tion 8 accepted. Call
850-689-2221 8-5,
M-F, 850-546-1253.


NEW BRICK
3bd/2ba 2010s.f.
$ 1 ,350/mo.
lawn/pest service in-
cluded, security de-
posit required, call
689-0821.

NEW HOME 2400
sq.ft. 4bd/2ba/2cg
$1200/mo, $1200/sd
dishwasher and re-
frigerator included
683-5355(w),689-
0453(h),368-2392(c)
Sy Dang


ONE, 2,3,4 bedroom
trailers and homes.
Milligan and Crest-
view area. 830-2061
or 689-3302.

TEEL AND Waters
Real Estate
204 Booker St,
$575, 2/1
107 Pointer Ln,
$1,075, 3/2/2, small
pet w/ approval.
107 Dogwood,
$1,350, 3/2/2, in-
cludes basic lawn
& pool mainte-
nance.
123 Gillis Dr,
$1,400, 4/3.5, wash-
er & dryer, in-
cludes lawn care,
no pets.
5710 Seminole Dr,
$775, 3/2, on 2
acres.
229 Pinoak Ct,
$925, 3/2/1, washer
& dryer, pet w/ap-
proval.
All properties re-
quire a credit
check, one year
lease; no inside
smoking, pet fees
are non-refunda-
ble. Call Debra
Frost 682-6156


3BR/2BA IN Mossy"'
Head. Available im-
mediately
$850mo/$850sd.
Call 850-305-7796
daytime 850-682-
3951 after 7:30pm.
462
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR rent,
Crestview,
$100/week. 682-
9584 or 850-826-
0044.
464
Roommates
Wanted
MATURE ADULT,
no kids, no pets,
$350/mo. plus 1/2
utilities, avail. Dec.
1st.
850-398-2404


REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE


556
Homes
NEW SPECIAL land
home financing
available for limited
or bad credit call
Clayton Homes for
details 850-682-
3344.
REAL ESTATE:
www.TeamWalton.c
om for colored pic-
tures and new list-
ings "click on the hot
new listing button"
Keller Williams Real-
ty Emerald Coast
850-951-4899

OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Nov.
12th. 12-4pm. See
soaring ceilings
and private pool,
547 Hyde Park
Drive, Crestview
(off Stillwell), Da-
vid Young, Centu-
ry 21 Baylis and
Davis 682-4953.


BUYERS
REVENGE!
Free pool. Very af-
fordable. Easy fi-
nancing. Soaring
ceilings. Privacy
fenced yard. Great
Neighborhood Bar-
gain. Don't miss
out! Call David
Young today 850-
826-1662. Century
21 Baylis & Davis
682-4953.
www.1RealEs-
tateHomes.com

560
Land

1 ACRE lot located
at Country Breeze
Estates in Crest-
view, Florida. Ask-
ing $40K call Lisa
(850)773-2002

1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948

3 LOTS in Clear
Creek Estates in
Crestview, lot 1 2.88
acres $80,000., lot 2
2.66 acres, cleared
area for home site,
water meter instal-
led, $95,000., lot 3
2.5 acres, $75,000.
Lots have been
bushhogged .
(850)375-2351 or
(850) 375-2425

2.46 ACRES Coun-
try Living Road,
Baker, level utilities
available, 10 miles
from Crestview,
$99,500 850-758-
6707



562
Mobile Homes
$65,000 LAND and
home for sale, 1992
SW 3BR/2BA, sits
on 1/4 acre, great
shape ready to
move in. Call Greg
306-5066.


208 Aza Place: 2040sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. PCSing Must Sell!
$199,900 689-3658


PES&



708
Pets
AKC CHIHUAHUA
puppies. 1st.. shots
and wormed,
$250.00. Call 850-
537-8782.
CLIPPENDALE'S
DOG grooming,
baths, clips. Front-
line and. Advantage
Flea products, we
also have jackets,
sweaters, party
dresses, doggie
birthday cakes made
to order along with
homemade treats
and much- more.
New customers wel-
come. Call for an
appointment @ 537-
4006.
PITBULLS FOR
sale, Black and Red-
nose, pups and
adults ADBA regis-
tered $100 and up. 1
Blue male 10
months, 850-685-
0187.
2712
Lost & Found
PETS
MISSING SINCE
Oct. 31st., 5yr. old
cat, seal PT, Siam-
ese male, neutered,
recently adopted, no
tags, no collar (850)
686-1143..
REWARD BENGI
calm terrier, tan with
black markings. light
on face, red collar,
small, 10yrs. 850-
682-4445.




802
Antiques

AAAAAAAAA
OPENING 11-11
8:00 DJ's Hidden
Treasures and
Soft Walkers
Novelties. We're
combining our
shops into one
great little store at
563 South Main


floors,


5-speed, High/Low range, 4-wheel
drive, Locking hubs on the go. Call
862-7755, ask for Gary.


802 814 830 904
Antiques Furniture Miscellaneous Cars
For Sale
St. Bring this ad in NEEDS TO GO! Ar-MPRES- 2001 MUSTANG GT
and get 10% off on moire and dresser AIR COMPRES-l Con nA
antiques, crystal, set w/mirror and SOR, commercial Convertible, excel-
fiber optics, flags, nightstand, head- Emglo, 80gal, 5HP, lent condition, 20K
furniture, N.A. board,, fits queen or 2 stage, 4 cyl $550. miles, 6CD changer,

crafts, herbs. Pot- full. $500/obo. 305- Trailer, gooseneck automatic, garaged,
tery and primitives. 9309. 16ft, dual use in-bed fully loaded $12,000.
ry and primitivesor bumper hitch, Call 682-8556.
We thank you in
advance. See you 826 $800. 45 ft ext. lad-
soon. Sporting Goods der, $250. Bicycle 2002 BUICK Lesa-
rack, commercial 4- bre light bronze met-
806 PSE COMPOUND slot, $50. Cash only allic, showroom con-
Appliances Bow with accesso- please 951-0299 edition, only 47K
ries $300, dome tent DFS. miles, $11,300
A/C UNITS 18,0000C9'x8' $15,6G9l 658- Eeing lawn 6892
"$o-AL;00E,2,'rding lawn...
BTU$t50' ',00' 261:.-. ; 5 "Amowers. One wl'CASH FOR your car
BTU/$50, 1 wall
BTU/$50, 1 wall gas 828 bagcatcher, one dead or alive. We al-
heater/$125. Like Electronics w/o. Runs great so clear garage,
new, 850-902-3263. Stereo-TV-VCR $300 each. 3 push- yard sale items,
mowers $30 each. rental clearing, no
FOR SALE side by SONY 52" television An Igloo doghouse job too small. 305-
side refrigerator $600, JVC 32" tele- $20. Men's clothes, 1957
freezer, works great vision $200, enter- still in packages w/.
$200, 682-9200, al- tainment with 2 tow- tags. Dress pants FOR SALE 2002
mond-black. ers and bridge $250, ranging from size Chevy Impala, 1
HEAT/AIR WIN- all in excellent con- 42-48 $8 a piece or owner, 33K miles,
DOW unit, Comfor- edition 689-3908. sell all for $45. $9500.678-7983.
Womens and child-
taire, 1998 220V, rens clothes for sale,
works plug-in reat one set price. Nor- RED CAV
k 6 r. / \ man Rockwell Fish-
$135.00 689-8007. / f\ma n,-ook D >nnc rumrv mrmuir,


QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
SUPER LOAD dry-
er, 2yrs. old, excel-
lent working condi-
tion, $200. 398-
6750.

813
Farm & Garden
FOR SALE Cracked
Elliott pecans.
$35/101b. 423-1103
or 978-4558.
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876
PECANS FOR \Sale
$1.501b. You pick
$1.001b. 537-2815 or
902-0149

814
Furniture
BOOKCASE/EN-
TERTAINMENT
CENTER, hand-
made, solid pine, 15
inches deep, dark
stain. $50.00/689-
8007.
GUN CABINET,
handmade, holds 11
guns, storage cabi-
net with 2 shelves,
$75.00/689-8007.
FURNITURE RE-
FINISHING: Expert
refinisher with 25
years experience
needs work! Call
Mike Gill @ 652-
4375


101 Blue Gill Way 5 bedroom,
3 bath, 2550 sqft, on .9 acre lot. Totally
renovated. $300K 682-5879
bobby0377@yahoo.com


GARAGE
SALES


829
Garage Sales
BIG GARAGE sale.
All kinds of things.
7189 Bill Lundy
Road, Laurel Hill.
11/10 &11/11..

MULTI-FAMILY 3-
DAY sale. Nov. 9th.,
10th., 11th. Thurs.
3pm-7pm, Fri & Sat
8am-? 4582 Scarlet
Dr. (off Live Oak
Church Rd.). Cash
only.
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale 7:00am-
?? 2941 Barton
Road, Saturday,
Nov. 11th.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

BEANIE BABIES,
mint condition, com-
mons .50, bears .75,
single or in lots.
Great deal 689-
3779.
EDDIE BAUER 2-
seat stroller, only
used once, excellent
condition $150. 398-
6750.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

FOR SALE Cracked
Elliott pecans
$35/101b. 423-1103
or 978-4558.
6 PIECE set of pas-
sive exercise/toning
tables, excellent
condition $2500. De-
livery not included.
850-826-1620.

PORCH SWINGS
hand crafted, 4-6ft.,
great Christmas gift,
place your order
now. Call David 689-
5181.


tos from 1912 on up.
Call anytime
day/night. 678-3134

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
6X10 ENCLOSED
trailer. Prefer ramp
back door 830-8411.
1990 GEO Tracker.
Wrecked, good for
parts. 850-217-
6525.


TRANSPORTATION


904
Cars

1991 CAPRICE
Classic, tint, cold
A/C, $3500 OBO,
2001 Oldsmobile
Alero 4-door, leath-
er, 89K miles,
$5,000 OBO, 850-
685-0187.
1991 MAZDA Mlata
convertible 5-speed,
silver and black,
143K miles, 28mpg,
great sports car,
$3000, 305-8319 or
892-2111 ext. 175.
1995 THUNDER-
BIRD V8 Flowmas-
ter exhaust, sunroof,
17" wheels, awe-
some stereo system,
$3,400. 682-4845,
865-1874.


LUvJ LHIUTI WtLIBR
Fully loaded
Excellent condition
48,000+ miles
Selling due to Army deployment
Call Amanda:
(850) 537-4304


1998
TransAAm
LSL
WS6 Package
Leather, T-Tops
$11,000
Call Jason at:
951-2433
or 333-1184


910
Motorcycles
05 HONDA Shadow
750cc, dark blue
w/silver flames. Ex-
tended forward con-
trols. 3K miles. All
factory maintenance
up to date. A must
see. Asking payoff
only, $5,200. Call
Justin 682-4141
home or 826-1149
cell.
FOR SALE Honda
Shadow Spirit
1100cc, excellent
condition, call after
4:00pm 689-2252
for more information.


* Drive-on Trailer. *2005 Nissan 25HP
* Hydraulic jack plate Life jackets & anchors
* New 551b. thrust Minn-Katoa trolling motor
S$7650 850-259-0949


.916
Sport Utility
Vehicles


2005 KIA
SORRENTO
7300 miles
New $25K
Asking $17K
585-8070
Aww~PtI-..


'04 Tahoe





* 37K Miles
* Alloy Wheels
' Colored Fender Flares
SRear A/C
SCloth 3rd row seats
* One Owner
$19,000
537-9144


918
Trucks
1972 FORD F100,
nice body, big block
460, has potential,
$3000 OBO, 850-
685-0187.

82 GMC P/U & 89
Toyota P/U. Nei-
ther runs but good
for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
OBO. 850-420-
1142 or 850-598-
0520 if no answer
leave message.

FOR SALE 1992
Ford Ranger 5-
speed $1500. Call
537-5832 or 682-
2809.

922
Other
NEW TIRES, came
off Chevy Trailblaz-
er, $400. With rims
$500. 826-0805.

1991 GMC 1500


Pickup, 43 V6, Automatic,
CD player, Tow-Package,
Tinted windows, Bed liner.
Great condition. 69,700
original miles. Contact Travis
at
902-3834
$3,800 (o)


914
Recreational


Dutchman RV


A/C, Wooden inside.
In good condition.
All electronic.
ExcaEENT FOR IONG TRmP
$10,000 -
6-0066


2001 CHEVY
SILVERADO LS
Ext Cab, 129,000 miles,
V-6. Good condition,
2mpg(hwy).
EFCU loans $11,400"
Asking $8,500'
758-0953 or
682-9448


'02 DODGE
DAKOTA SPORT





GOOD & CLEAN
S-Speed, A/C
127k Miles
$6,500 (obo)
685-3556


2004 Chevy
Colorado Z71




4x4, Leather,
Heated/Elect Seats
Loaded, 59k miles
Financing available.
Trade-ins allowed.
$17,599 (.w
(850) 830-4613


2005 Chevy Z71





Leather Tanuo Cover
Nerf Bars
44,000 miles
$24,000
Call Jason at
951-2433
or 333-1184


PRCE REDUCED
1999 Ford Ranger
XLT Supercab,
4-door, V-6
$7,000 w)
682-7188
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Dawgs tussle with
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NEWS &
NOTES


Football
Region 1-4A quarterfinals
Nov.10
Milton 10, Crestview 3
Uncoln 33, Wolfson 0
Pace 26, Navarre 7
Mosley 17; First Coast 14
Region 1-4A semifinals
Nov. 17
Uncoln (6-3) at Milton (8,3)
Mosley (7-3) at Pace (8-3)
Region 1-4A championship.
Semifinal winners :
Region 1-2B semifinals
Nov. 10
Chipley 20, Northview 14
Blountstown 50, Baker 6
Region 1-2B championship
Nov. 17
Chipley (7-4) at Blountstown (11-0)
Schedule
Today
Cross country
Crestview at FHSAA Class 3A"ate
finals, 9:30 a.m. (Crestview time):in
Dade City
Wrestling
Choctawhatchee, Fort Walton
Beach, Niceville, Pace and Pensacola
Christian at Crestview Preseason
Classic, 10 a.m.
Men's college basketball
Georgia Perimeter Classic,
Okaloosa-Walton College at Georgia
Perimeter, 2 p.m.
Women's college basketball
Alzheimer Classic, OkSIlooss.
Walton College vs. Trinity Valley Noon
at Chipola
Tuesday
Girls basketball
Crestvlew at Niceville, 6:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Central, 7:15 p.m.
Boys soccer
Crestview at Tate, 7:30 p.m.
Girls soccer
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview,,
7:30 p.m.

Stephens signs
Jonathan Stephens, a
2005 Crestview High School
graduate, signed a letter of
intent Wednesday' to play
college baseball at Samford
Starting
with the
2'0. 07-0 8
e;ho 01
year.
He is
preparing
for his sec-
S nd year at
STEPod ENS A4 abama
Southern
Community v College.
Stephens went 8-2 with a,
1.89 ERA last season.
See a recap of theweek's
college. signing in
Wednesday's edition of the
cNews Bulletin.

CHS girls soccer
The Crestviewh High
School girls soccer program
plansia yard sale fundraiser
today from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. at
Central Baptist Church.

Club volleyball
A Crestview club volley-
ball team is holding open
gym from 4-6 p.m. on
Sunday. The club hopes to
draw enough players to form
teams in the 17U, 15U and
14U divisions. For details,
contact Nicki Batson at
Crestview High School at
(850) 689-7177.

Little League
Registration for the 2007D
season at Crestview Little
League will be held on Dec.
9, Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and Feb.
3, with locations to be
announced.
Children ages 5 to 16 who
live within the Crestview Little
League boundaries are eligi-
ble to enroll to play baseball or
fast pitch softball. Parents can
find more information online at
www.Feteamz.com/Crestviewl,
orcat (85423-1011 and leave a
message.

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway in
Holt will host a "Two Races In
One Day" event today to con-
clude the track's three race fall
series. Gates open at 10 a.m.
Time trials start at 11 a.m. The
first race starts at 1 p.m.
For details, contact the
track at (850) 537-7223, or
visit the track Web site at
www.emeraldcoastdrag-
way.com.

1998 2006
Award Winning
Newspaper
Better Weekly Newspaper Contest N


FHSAA Regional Football Playoffs


: Crestview photo by Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin; Baker pnolo by Kent Buckner/Special to the News Bullelin
At left, Milton's Brandon Gibson (21) bats away a pass intended for Crestview's Rhys Polk during the Panthers' 10-3 victory against the Dawgs in a Region 1-4A
quarterfinal. At right, Baker's Caleb Jordan returns a kickoff during the Gators' 50-6 setback at Blountstown in a Region 1-2B semifinal. ,





One and done


Crestview's season ends with

another loss against Milton


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

MILTON Even tough guys
sometimes find it difficult to fight
back tears.
With 22 Crestview seniors play-
ing their final high school football
game Friday night, the emotions
spilled out all over the field follow-
ing a hard-fought battle with rival
N'Milton in the opening round of the
state playoffs.
Anthony Loomis' 23-yard touch-
dow'n catch from quarterback
Jeremy Tolbert on the opening drive
of the second half proved to be the
difference in the 10-3
Panther victory in a
Region 1-4A quarter-
final.
"WVe gaire it all we
had, but we just
came up short,"
Bulldogs senior
BRUNSON quarterback Joe
Thigpen said with
tears running down his cheek. "I'm
proud of what we accomplished, but
this is tough.
"I just want these young guys to
get back after it next year."
Thigpen and his senior class-
mates had every right to express
their emotions, following what
coach Matt Brunson called the
team's best effort of the season, and
wrapping up a 3-year varsity career
that saw back-to-back playoff
appearances.
"We played as hard tonight as
we've played all year," Brunson
said. "We just played a good football
team."
Milton has been a thorn in the
Bulldogs' side for the past four
years, winning six straight in the
series, including four the past two
years. The Panthers have now elimi-
nated Crestview from the playoffs in
consecutive seasons.
"Our guys played them hard and
gave us a great effort," Brunson
said. "I'm very proud of this senior




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Game Keys
Key play: Milton's Anthony
Loomis timed his jump perfectly to
haul in a 23-yard pass over a pair
of Crestview defenders at the goal
line, falling in for the game's lone
touchdown on the opening drive of
the second half.
Key player: Crestview senior
Stephon Thrash got the bulk of the
carries for the offense after Calvin
Siler went down with an injured
ankle, getting a career-high 22 car-
ries for 97 yards.
Key stat: Crestview ran 56
offensive plays to Milton's 39.
Key quote: "It hurts, man. I've /
played with these guys forever."
- an emotional Cresiview senior
quarterback Joe Thigpen, after
playing his final high school fo t-
ball game.

class, making it to the playoffs the
last two years. /
"This game did not tur out the
way we had planned fort it to, but
my hat's off to Milton. They did a
great job."
Crestview actually drew first
blood on its second possession of
the game.
After Tysean Thrash picked off
Tolbert's first pass of the game at the
Crestview 14, the Bulldogs proceed-
ed to march d~vn and set up a 31-
yard Nick Jewell field goal for the
game's first points with 38 seconds
left in the first quarter.
After Milton kicker Matt
Shouppe missed a 51-yard field goal
attempt pn the ensuing possession,
he later came back to boot a 24-
yarder late in the half to knot the
score at 3-3.
The Panthers then wasted little
time ii' turning the tide to open the
second half. Milton marched 80
See CRESTVIEW, page 11


Unbeaten Blountstown rolls

over Baker in Region 1-2B


Kyle'Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BLOUNTSTOWN As good as
advertised.
No. 3 Blountstown lived up to its
advance billing during a 50-6 victory
against Baker in a Region 1-2B semi-
final on Friday night at Bowles
Field.
Timothy Copeland scored three
times in just over eight minutes in
the third quarter as the Tigers (11-0)
pulled away to earn a meeting
against Chipley in the regional
championship game. Baker fin-
ished a bounce-back
season with a 6-5
record.
"Their strength,
size, speed and ath-
leticism dominated
us,"' Gators coach
Bob Kellogg said.
KELLOGG "They could do
pretty much what-
ever they wanted. We've just got to
get to where these other teams are
at as far as those factors. We are
working toward it. And hopefully
we'll get there."
The Gators accomplished some of
the things they needed to do to stay
in the game against the talented
Tigers.
Baker wanted to limit
Blountstown to 40 plays. The Tigers
ran 41.
The Gators wanted to force some
Blountstown turnovers. They got
two.
Baker wanted to keep the Tiger
offense off of the field. And the
Gators enjoyed a time of possession
advantage of over nine minutes.
Baker seemed to seize the
momentum when it drove for a
touchdown to draw within 9-6 with
9:38 left in the second quarter.
Braden Jenkins made a pair of nifty
catches on the drive, including a 15-
yard snag in the end zone for the
score.


Game Keys
Key play: Blountstown's
Jonathan Lockhart returned a kickoff
75 yards for a TD after Baker had
scored to draw within 9-6 early in the
second quarter.
Key player: Blountstown's
Timothy Copeland scored three
touchdowns in a span of 8:05 in the
third quarter as the Tigers put the
game away. Copeland finished the
game with 159 rushing yards.
Key stats: Blountstown averaged
10.3 yards per play; Baker averaged
2.3 yards per play.
Key quote: "The kids over-
achieved and went beyond expecta-
tions to win six games in this league
with our youth. But I feel bad for the
seniors. I wish we could have done
better for them tonight, because
they gave us a great year." Baker
coach Bob Kellogg.

"Our kids gave a valiant effort,"
Kellogg said. "We hung in there for a
while and had a chance to make a
couple of plays.":
Blountstown immediately
regained control when Jonathan
Lockhart returned the ensuing kick-
off 75 yards for a touchdown.
Lockhart's burst up the middle put
the Tigers ahead by double digits.
Blountstown's advantage would
grow from there.
Copeland personally turned the
game into a romp in the third quar-
ter.
He scored from 44 yards out on
the Tigers' second play of the second
half. He later added TD runs of 59
and 34 yards, accelerating away
from the Baker defense en route to
the end zone. Copeland's final score
put Blountstown ahead 42-6 with
3:19 left in the third quarter and trig-
gered a running cock.
See BAKER, page 11


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