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Crestview bypass too expensive for Florida Turnpike Enterprises


Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent
There is no doubt that something
must be done to handle the amount
of traffic on State Road 85 in the
Crestview area.
Unfortunately, the much antici-
pated report from the Florida
Turnpike Enterprises, presented to
less than 50 interested citizens and
members of the Crestview City
Council Friday afternoon, said it is
not economically feasible to build
and operate any of the possible
routes either to the east or west of
the city.
In fact, two of the routes on the
eastern side of Crestview would
not even generate enough revenue
to operate them, and the two west-
ern alignments that would be able
to pay the operational costs would


still cost anywhere from eight to 16
times the bonding capacity.
The project costs ranged from
$149.7 million for the shortest east-
ern route, which would only go
from State Road 85 south of the
Shoal River east to cross 1-10 and
then end at Highway 90 and
County 393.
The most expensive route is
referred to as the Middle
Alignment, which would start at
State Road 85 south of the Shoal
River, cross Interstate 10 and
Highway 90 east of the river, and
then cross Airport Road, ending at
State Road 85 near what is referred
to as Blueberry Curve. This align-
ment would cost $548.3 million to
build. According to the data gath-
ered by the FTE staff, the Middle
Alignment would only reach 21,200
vehicles per day by 2030 and would


only produce $32.3 million dollars
of bonding capacity.
The Western Alignment, which
would start at State Road 85 south
of Shoal River and travel northwest
of it, would have to cut through
some of the residential areas along
PJ Adams, then cross Interstate 10.
This route would not be able to
have an interchange there. It would
travel on the west side of Crestview
through mostly undeveloped land.
Then after getting near Highway
90 there is extensive commercial
and residential development that
would be in the route of the bypass.
This Western Alignment was pro-
jected to reach a peak of 27,600
vehicles a day by 2030, and would
cost $512.3 million to build. It
would only contribute $63.5 million
See BYPASS, page 2


Cal Zethmayr/The News Bulletin
Michael Lewis, program manager of project planning for Florida's
Turnpike Enterprise, and Matthew Click address the Crestview City
Council on Friday afternoon.


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Superintendent of
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Superintendent of Schools Alexis Tibbetts
talks to Antioch Elementary School kindergarten student
Shannon Zoltek. Tibbetts, a Crestview native, is leading the school district
,through a number of impending challenges.


Tibbetts: 'Do the most you can everyday for ever


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
A lexis Tibbetts is not afraid
to admit that it will be diffi-
cult to keep Okaloosa
County schools one of the state's
top success stories. With the edu-
cation system in a wavy flux,
changes are coming. But she says
she is ready for the unexpected.
"Do the most you can everyday
for every kid. That's my philoso-
phy," said Tibbetts, 53. "No matter
where you are (educationally),
when you walk in the door we
have to take you the furthest."
Tibbetts succeeds Don Gaetz,
who is now Florida's District 4
senator. A 1970 Crestview High
School graduate, she believes in
hometown values and is honored
to be married to retired fighter
pilot Daniel "Buff" Tibbetts. She
speaks with a lavish Southern
drawl. Tibbetts misses the class-
room where she started her career
as a teacher more than 33 years
ago. Any chance she gets, she min-
gles among a throng of knee-high
students who have no idea what


"superintendent" means.
After winning the Nov. 7 gener-
al election, Tibbetts has served as
superintendent for less than a
month. Her strategy, however, was
forged during her career as a
teacher, as the assistant principal at
Destin Middle School from 1992 to
2003, and as the principal at Fort
Walton Beach High School until
recently.
Making the grade
Armed with a specialized doc-
torate in curriculum and instruc-
tion from the University of West
Florida, Tibbetts has firm ideas
about the future of Okaloosa
schools. She also is not afraid to
point out the major challenges that
are already appearing.
"The decreased enrollment has
hit the district much harder than I
initially expected," she said of
early challenges.
While Crestview area residents
hear about close quarters and new
school construction, other county
schools' enrollments have
decreased. Her list of priorities
also includes losing a sizeable


achievement gap that plagues
schools nationwide.
"The kids that are most easily
taught to read and write have been
taught," she said. "We now have to
close the achievement gap. We
have kids from all different races,
socioeconomic status, from special
education right up to the gifted.
Everyday we have to come to
work with that in mind."
The state mandated class size
reduction amendment, along with
the federal No Child Left Behind
act, continues to raise the bar for
local education administrators and
teachers alike. By the years 2013-
14, every child in every school in
America is supposed to be at grade
level in math and reading, Tibbetts
said.
"I'm an optimist, but if a child
doesn't speak English and they've
only lived in America for six
months, they're probably not
going to pass the FCAT," she said,
acknowledging the ever-increasing
multi-ethnic population in local
schools.
Florida's Comnprehensive
Assessment Test, or FCAT, is the


benchmark for schools. It's the
"starting line, not the finish line,"
Tibbetts said. But Okaloosa County
is facing a dilemma: When 35 out
of 38 schools got A's last school
year the FCAT being a con-
tributing.factor to a school's over-
all grade where can the district
go from there?
"Each year, No Child Left
Behind raises the bar. As it's
raised, it's going to be harder and
harder to get over that bar," said
Tibbetts, who looks realistically at
the future grades of area schools.
"The grading has changed," she
said. "If the formula this year was
applied to last year, only 13
schools would have made A's.
"Adequate yearly progress is
going to be the bull's eye for the
next few years. Whether schools
make A's or not is not going to be
the main attraction. Schools
statewide are going to fall below
the line of meeting adequate
progress. That's going to be a chal-
lenge because people aren't used
to that."
See TIB'ISETS, page 3


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
For the 14th straight year,
Sharing & Caring will have free
Christmas trees available for area
residents.
The free tree drive, spearheaded
by David Fitzpatrick, one of the
food pantry's volunteers, provides
real Christmas trees to needy fami-
lies.
The trees are being donated by
the American Red Cross and Wal-
Mart.
The Red Cross's Christmas tree
sale was a success; beginning with
250 North Carolina Frasier Firs,
only six trees remain and they will
be donated to Sharing & Caring.
Fitzpatrick expects the majority of
the trees to come from Wal-Mart.
"We'll have about 40 trees for
anyone who needs one for
Christmas," he said. "We especial-
ly want families who have kids to
get a tree. Always find time for
Christmas trees."
The trees will be available
Sunday at Sharing & Caring, locat-
ed at 298 Martin Luther King Jr.
Ave.


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2 I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2006


Deputy Ralph Garrett receives state award


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Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Investigator Ralph Garrett was nominated for the Florida Missing Children's Day
Local Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. This award recognizes a local lawman's exceptional or extraordinary efforts
in a missing child or child exploitation case. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Tom Ring, along with
Okaloosa Sheriff Charlie Morris, recognized Garrett on Friday with a special award presentation. He's been working on
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BYPASS, from page 1


towards bonding capacity
over that time.
By contrast, Florida State
Road 85 now has an average
of 46,500 vehicles aday in the
sections south and north of
the interstate. Interstate 10
only has 18,600 vehicles per
day.
In other words, it's as if
you want to build a very big
expensive business place, but
the revenue from potential
customer, ,yvill7leave- yonu--
business 400 to 500 million
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The costs of right-of-way
at $5 million a mile and the
costs of materials were cited
by Michael Lewis, program
manager of Project Planning
for Florida's Turnpike
Enterprise. Lewis said, "With
up to 30 percent traffic reduc-
tion on State Road 85, it real-
ly is the one that has the
greatest benefit, but with an
average toll of 10 cents per
vehicle mile over the 30 year
bonding period, we would
be short $448.8 million of
paying for it."
So it's back to the drawing
boards for the City, County
and the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce, all of
whom were represented at
Friday's meeting. In the
mean time commuters on
YFlorida State Road 85 can
think up letters to their legis-
lators while they sit in traffic
every day.

Cal Zethmayr is a broadcast-
er for Crestview Radio
Stations WAAZ-FM and
WJSB-AM and can be con-
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Man commits suicide at Twin Hills Park


From staff reports

Lawmen found a man dead in his car
Wednesday at Twin Hills Park.
John D. Mowbray of 514 Riverwood
Drive was found in the driver's seat of
his silver Ford Focus wagon at Twin
Hills Park approximately 50 yards from
the children's playground. He died
from an apparent gunshot wound from


a semi-automatic revolver, Crestview
police officials said in a press release.
Mowbray was approximately 46 years
old.
Lawmen also found what appeared
to be a suicide note and the man's cell
phone. The man called the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office to let them
know where he could be found, officials
said.


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scene because the park is within city
property.
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ties maintained a secure border around
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played at the park playground.
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boys, 12 and 15 years old, policewoffi-
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As the holiday season sweeps
through, leaving many vulnerable to
the falling effects of depression,
Bridgeway officials urge residents to
volunteer for the area crisis line.
"It' s after the first of the year. That's
when we are bombarded with calls,"
said Sybie Hobbs, supervisor of the
Bridgeway Center's Crisis Intervention
SCenter.
She's talking about the number of
people who call after the holiday sea-
son. They need someone to talk to.
Some are suicidal; some are just lonely.
Some are dealing with destructive
behavioral issues like domestic violence
and substance abuse.
The new year can bring an emotional
fallout for some who are already experi-
encing heightened feelings of depres-
sion.

STIBBETTS, from page 1


Changing faces
Since entering office less
than a month ago, Tibbetts
has initiated a number of
staffing changes and has
made transitions in person-
nel appointments.
Principals have moved
from one school to another.
Crestview High Principal
Andy Johnson recently
announced that he'll retire in
January because of health
problems.
The school district
stopped accepting applica-
tions for that position Friday.
Laurel Hill Principal
Rodney Nobles is now the
deputy superintendent in


"Most people go through a let down.
They're already depressed and now
they're more depressed once all the
excitement has passed," Hobbs said."
Hobbs has worked at the Fort Walton
Beach crisis center for six years. The
center is a lifeline for people who are
lonely, who are dealing with substance
abuse issues, domestic violence and
other issues that lead to destructive
behaviors.
The call center is based in Fort
Walton Beach and there is a toll-free
number for area residents.
Hobbs said the center is always in
need of volunteers.
"Currently we have 55," she said, as
she read from a mental list of volunteers
who have served the center for more
than 20 years.
Volunteers are trained to handle all
types of crisis situations. Trained by
mental health experts, volunteers
undergo a one-day seminar followed by


charge of school maintenance
and other duties. He's been
replaced by Susan Cook-
Lowery, a Laurel Hill native.
Changes are needed,
Tibbetts said, because the
school district is changing.
Enrollment has decreased
while the district's operating
budget has increased. With
an increasing multicultural
population and an array of
socioeconomic children with
various abilities, equipping
qualified teachers is now a
full-time job. English lan-
guage learning teachers are
now in nearly every school
in the district.
In north Okaloosa County,


Tibbetts is focused on plans
to build replacement schools
for Southside Elementary
and Richbourg Middle
School; construction begins
in January. She will address
discipline and curriculum
issues at Crestview High
School. Her staff plans to
redesign the middle school
curriculum across the board.
She hopes to bring more
CHOICE Institute programs
to Baker and Laurel Hill. She
is also seeking rural develop-
ment grants for both schools.
While juggling an intense
work schedule, Tibbetts man-
ages to take care of her 86-
year-old mother, Thelma


at least 12 hours of monitoring an expe-
rienced volunteer.
The center has a high success rate. In
32 years since Bridgeway began the cri-
sis line service, there is only one report-
ed case where a caller has committed
suicide, Hobbs said. Volunteers are
taught to talk people out of making
hasty decisions.
"We listen for background noises,"
she said. "We listen for noises like a gun
clicking or a pill bottle. We ask, 'How
are you planning on doing this?'"'
Hobbs said manypeople ca lbecause .
they're lonely and they need to connect
with someone.
"It's a desperate cry for help," she
said.
Residents wvho need to talk to a crisis
line volunteer can call 682-0101.

To volunteer:
Contact the Bridgeway Crisis Line at
682-0101.


Clegome, and raise Danielle,
17.
Though the school district
is one of the top in the state,
Tibbetts believes her admin-
istration and teachers can
learn from other districts.
She plans to send her teach-
ers and staff to learn how
other districts do things and
perhaps share some knowl-
edge of lessons learned local-
ly.
"Just because we're at the
top we can still learn things
from someone else," she said.
"It helps validate that what
we're doing is right.
"We're going to keep
doing good things."


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4 I Crestview News Bulletin RELIGION


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2006


From the

Pulpit


Michael
Green, Jr.


Therefore whosoever heareth
these sayings of mine, and
doeth them, I will liken him
unto a wise man, which built
his house upon a rock: And the
rain descended, and the floods
came, and the winds blew, and
beat upon that house; and it fell
not: for it was founded upon a
rock. And every one that
heareth these sayings of mine,
and doeth them not, shall be
likened unto a foolish man,
which built his house upon the
sand: And the rain descended,
and the floods came, and the
winds blew, and beat upon that
house; and it fell: and great
was the fall of it. Matthew
7:24-27
If we are going to build
our spiritual houses upon
the rock of Jesus Christ, we
must do two things. First we
must hear his words. Then
we must do those things
which he taught. It is my
experience that we readily
hear the teachings of Jesus
and the Bible, but fail to act
on what we have been
taught.
James 1:22 instructs us to
be doers of the word and
not hearers only. The termi-
nology in this verse implies
a sense of urgency in acting
upon the word of God. We
are to act upon the teachings
of Jesus and the word of
God without delay. Why the


sense of urgency in doing
this? Because the words of
Jesus and the teachings of
the Bible ought to be inter-
woven in every fabric of our
daily lives. In our opening
verses, Jesus teaches us that
it is not a matter of if the
rains and winds of trouble
come, but a matter of when.
If our actions are not in
accordance with the word of
God, we are building on
sinking sand and we risk
that our spiritual houses
will be blown down.
As churches we need to
build upon the rock of Jesus
Christ. In Colossians 1, the
Apostle Paul establishes the
preeminence of Christ in all
things. This includes the
church of the Lord Jesus
Christ (Colossians 1:18).
When preaching among the
people of Corinth, Paul
desired nothing save Christ
and him crucified (1
Corinthians 2:2). His
preaching was completely
Christ-centered. Is this the
pattern of worship at your
church or is it entertainment
centered? Does your local
assembly put the talents of
others above the glory of
Jesus Christ? If so, then the
church is building its house
upon the sand and it is
being set up for a fall.
As churches we are to be
lights of the world. We are
commanded to let our lights
shine before men that we
may glorify our father in
Heaven. .Therefore, all


should be done in accor-
dance with God's word.
That which is contrary to
the Bible ought to be eradi-
cated and that which is
neglected needs to be
returned to worship. We are
also scripturally warned not
to put individuals above
God. The house of worship
is not a place for preachers,
musicians, etc. to showcase
their individual talents. It is
a place to glorify God who
gives the increase (1
Corinthians 3:6). When we
make Christ the central
theme of our worship, then
we are building upon the
rock!
We are also instructed to
pattern our families after
the example of Jesus Christ.
Ephesians 5:25 states,
"Husbands, love your
wives, even as Christ also
loved the church, and gave
himself for it." How many
marriages fail in the United
States today because of men
failing to heed this com-
mandment? Much more
attention is placed on the
verses preceding this about
wives submitting unto their
husbands. However, the
greater responsibility is to
husbands loving their wives
sacrificially.
Christ committed the
ultimate act of sacrifice in
laying down his life for the
sins of his people. John
writes that greater love hath
no man than this, that a man
lay down his life for his


friends (John 15:13). Christ
did this for us, the most
unlovable people. We were
(and are) full of sin and
have broken his command-
ments,. yet he left Heaven's
eternal glory to save us from
our sins (Matthew 1:21).
It should be a small thing
for husbands to sacrificially
love their wives in light of
what Jesus did for us. Men,
do you work long hours at
work while neglecting your
wife? Do you spend more
time in recreational activi-
ties or watching television
than you do meeting the
needs of your wife? If you
are not putting her needs-
above your own, then you
are not displaying the sacri-
ficial love of Christ and are
building your house upon
sinking sand. It is my prayer
that we would be doers of
the word and look to the
example of our rock, Jesus
Christ.

Michael Green, Jr. is pas-
tor of Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church
(www.palmchapel.org) in
Crestview, FL. Palm
Chapel meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
Pastor Green can be con-
tacted at (850) 689-3383 or
by email at pastor@palm-
chapel.org. Pastor Green
warmly invites you to
come and worship at Palm
Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church.


EVENTS
"CHRISTMAS AROUND THE
WORLD" AND "HARKI THE
ANGELS SING" : The pastor and
membership of First Baplist Church
of Baker Invites everyone to join
them for two very special
Christmas Musical presentations
The children's choir presented the
musical "Christmas Around the
World" on Sunday, Dec. 10. On
Sunday, Dec 17 at 6:00 pm the
adult choir will present the dramat-
ic musical, "HarkI The Angels Sing.'
First Baptist Church of Baker is
located at 1347 14th Street. For
more information please call Ihe
church office at 537-2993
'JESUS, THERE'S SOME-
THING ABOUT THAT NAME":
On Dec. 17, at 10:45 a.m the
Dorcas Baptist Church Choir will
present a Christmas cantata,
"Jesus, There's Something About
That Name."
The public is invited to come
and share the love of Jesus. The
church is located at 5858
McCallum Road in Dorcas.
"ONE SOLITARY LIFE": The
New Beginnings Church Music
Department will present "One
Solitary Life" On Sunday, Dec. 17.
The musical will be performed at
11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at 412
West James Lee Blvd.
Everyone is invited and a nurs-
ery will be provided. For more
information call 689-2988.
"SHINE ON US": What better
way to celebrate the holidays than
to listen to beautiful Christmas
music. The Celebration Choir of
Pine Terrace Baptist Church will
present their Annual Christmas
Musical on December 16 and 17 at
6 p.m. "Shine On Us" is a wonder-
fully orchestrated musical by David
Guthrle and Robert Sterling and is
free to the public.
Pine Terrace is located at 6212
Pine Blossom Road in Milton,
Florida. For more information on
Pine Terrace or for more details on
the Christmas Musical. call (850)


623-3954. Visit our websile at
www.ptbc.org
CELEBRATE THE CHRIST-
MAS SEASON: Throughout the
month of December, Pilgrim Rest
Baptist Church invites all residents
ol Baker and the surrounding area
lo come and celebrate the joy of the
Christmas season.
The final presentation will be
the musical "One Quiet Night per-
formed by the Adult Choir at 6:00
p.m. on Dec. 17. On Christmas
Eve, there will the one worship ser-
vice at 10.00a.m
Everyone is invited to attend..
Please call the church office for
more information, 537-9221.
"GATHER AT THE MANGER":
Valley Road Baptist Church will be
presenting their Christmas Cantata,
"Galher at the Manger" on Sunday,
Dec. 17 at 11:00 a.nm.
There will also be a candlelight
service on Dec. 24 at 6:00 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
For more information contact, 682-
4513.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FREE BIBLE CORRESPON-
DENCE COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offenng a tree
Bible correspondence course. Call
682-4025 for more information. The
radio program airs Monday through
Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ,
104.7 FM..
ALPHA COURSE: First United
Methodist Church of Crestview
Florida will be offering an Alpha
course on Thursday nights from 6-
8pm starting January 11th through
March 22nd.
The Alpha Course gives a basic
understanding ol Christianity. It
gives us an opportunity to explore
the meaning ot lite. II is geared
toward new Christians, newcomers
to church; people who' want to
brush up on their basics, and those
who want to know what its all
about.
To register or for information
call, (850) 682-2018.


S CHURCH SERVICES


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News Bulletin
by 2 PM on the Thursdays prior
to publication.

Apostolic
Apostolic Life Tabernacle, and
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially invite
you to worship with them. Sunday
Worship, 10:00 AM, 6:00 PM. Located
Hwy. 90W. 1 mile from city limit sign
turn left onto Shoffner Blvd. then'left on
Pinewood- to 3136 Pinewood Dr.,
Crestview. For more information call the
church at 689-2422.

Apostolic/Pentecostal
Hester Cornerstone Ministries is
located at 1599 Hester Church Road in
Baker. Sunday services 2 p.m. Sunday
School, 3 p.m. worship. Bible Study
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; prayer meeting
Thursday at 7 p.m. Call 682-5367 for
information.

Assemblies
Campton Assembly of God
Church is located at 6924 Hwy 85
North in Laurel Hill.
:The Sunday service is at 10:30 AM.
For more information call the church at
652-4581 or Pastor Kelly at 423-0375.
First Assembly of God: 400 S.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Office hours
Monday through Friday, 9-4. Pastor
Mark English.
Sunday: 8:30 AM early morning
worship, 10 AM Sunday School; 11 AM
morning worship; and a 6 PM evening
service. X-cel Youth Ministry 3 p.m., X-
ceed Children's Ministry 4 p.m.
Women's Bible Study Monday, at 10
a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible Study
Monday at 6 p.m. Teen girls Bible Study
6:15 p.m. every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of
the month.
Monday, Women's Bible Study 10
a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible Study 6
p.m.
Tuesday Choir Practice 6:30 p.m.
Special needs bus available for 11
a.m. service. Call the church at 682-
3518 for pickup.
Golan Assembly of God: 6612
Hwy. 189 N., Baker. Phone 537-3043.
Pastored by Rev. James E. Paul. Sunday
services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,
morning worship at 11 a.m., and
evening worship at 6 p.m.
Milligan Assembly of God: 5408
Hwy. 4, Baker. Phone 537-4945. Senior
Pastor Wayne Johnson, Interim Youth
Pastor Rachel Youngblood.
Sunday services: Sunday School
9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m., Kingdom
Kids 10:30 a.m. evening service 6 p.m.
North Central Assembly of God: at
158 N. Woodlawn Drive in Crestview.
Phone: 689-0209 or 537-7115. Minister
A. Paul Hinton. Sunday services -
Sunday School at 10 a.m., morning wor-
ship at 11 a.m., evening worship at 6
p.m.
Shady Grove Assembly of God:
Sunday services begin at 9:45 AM with
Sunday School, followed by 10:45 AM
and 6 PM worship services. Shady
Grove is located at 1189 Shady Grove
Church Road in Baker, just off Hwy.
189.
Welcome Assembly of God located
on Hwy. 393 in the Dorcas community,
invites you to join them for Sunday ser-
vices including Sunday School at 9:45
AM and worship services at 10:45 and 6
PM. Call 682-1683 if you need direc-
tions.

Baptist
Beaver Creek BC services: Beaver
Creek Baptist Church, located six miles
West of Baker, has Sunday School at
10:00 AM, morning worship at 11:00


AM, and Children's Church at 11:15
AM.
Calvary Baptist Church: 612 E.
Chestnut Ave., Crestview. Pastor: Rev.
Rhett Everage. Sunday services 8:45
a.m. continental breakfast; 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. morning
worship; 11 a.m. youth worship; 6 p.m.
evening service. Nursery provided for
children 5 and under.
Central Baptist Church: Located
.at 951 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
Sunday services include 9:15 a.m. bible
Study; 10:30 a.m. worship and praise
service; 5:30 p.m. worship and praise,
Awana for Kids. For additional informa-
tion call 682-5525 or visit the church
website www.centralcrestview.com.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, 3252
East James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Phone: 682-9416. Email address:
ebc@ebccrestview.com. Teaching
Pastor Mark Seagle.
Celebration services: 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday at 8:45 AM and 10:30
AM.
Jungle Jubilee for nursery,
Preschool/The Zone (Children's
Church) K-5th Graders during all cele-
'brations.
Evening celebrations throughout the
community Life groups for adults. On
Campus Sunday Night Safari for
preschoolers, G-Force for K-5th
Graders. Fuel 247- Worship
Service/Small Groups (Youth). All
Sunday evening opportunities are from
5-7 p.m.
Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
Carver Avenue, Crestview. Rev.
Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday Services
9:30AM Sunday School, 11 AM morn-
ing worship, and at 3 p.m. every 1st
Sunday is the Hour of Power. Phone:
682-2218.
First Baptist Church of Crestview:
798 N. Pearl Street (across Hwy. 90
from courthouse, behind Burger King.
Pastor Alan Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
Sunday services 8:45 Welcome
Center opens/9:00 Sunday School/10:30
morning worship, children's worship/
4:00 Student Leadership; Youth Choir /
5:0o0 Youth discipleship; Youth
Ensemble; Ladies, Men, Children and
Preschool Bible Studies; Book Club/ 6
PM evening worship.
First Baptist, Church of Baker:
Located at 1347 14th Street, Baker
(across from the Baker School football
field). Rev. Cliff Morgan
Bible Study at 9:00 a.m. and
Worship at 10:30 a.m. For more infor-
mation you may call the church office at
537-2993.
First Baptist Church of Holt: 532
Hwy 90 West, PO Box 38, Holt, FL.
32564. Phone 537-6170. Pastor David
Wheat.
Sunday services: 9 AM Small Group
Bible Study. 10:15 AM Praise and
Worship Service.
Goodhope Baptist Church, 1895
Owen Cotton Road off Hwy. 189, Baker,
in the Escambia Farms community.
Pastor Jim Skates, Worship Leader-
Randy Batson. Phone: 537-8720 or 537-
8740.
Services: Men's prayer 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday School 9:45 a.m., worship 11
a.m.. Evening Services: Discipleship
training 5 p.m. worship 6 p.m.
Live Oak Baptist Church, located
off Hwy. 85 South near Shoal River
Country Club. Associate Pastor Rev.
Dennis Walker.
Regular Sunday services are Bible
study at 9:45 AM, morning worship ser-
vice at 11 AM. An additional Bible study
class is at 5 PM, followed by evening
worship at 6 PM.
Living Faith Baptist Church: 837
West James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
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 682-4371.
Magnolia Baptist Church: Located
at 3198 Hwy 602, Laurel Hill. Pastor
Roy Mooneyham.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Sunday
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. with chil-
dren's ch fer 3--alp ,nji~ery for
under 3. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. For.
further information, call 652-2900 or
652-3149.
New Life Missionary Baptist
Church: Pastor Sanford Hayes. 285
Duggan Ave., Crestview. Sunday School
9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11 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, Di. Jerry Haley. 5595 Hwy. 4
South, Baker, FL.. Phone (850) 537-
9221. FAX (850) 537-6798. Church
website www.cyou.com/-prbcbaker.
Sunday services: Morning worship
8:30 and 11 a.m. Bible study 9:45 a.m.
Youth H20 worship 5:30 p.m.
Discipleship training 5:30 p.m. Evening
worship 6:30 PM.
Pyron Chapel Baptist Church:
6498 Wm. Gary Johnson Road, Baker.
Interim Pastor Derrick Boring.
Sunday services: Bible Study, 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, Crestview. 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 p.m.
Woodlawn Baptist located at 824
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Pastor
Patrick Pfrimmer.
Sunday School meets at 9 AM with
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.

Catholic
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Community, 550 Adams Drive,
Crestview. 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
every 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, Shalimar FL. The Rev. Canon
Michael G. Carr. Sunday services at 10
SAMW/ -mornng prayer on 1st, 3rd, 5th;
.and holy communion on 2nd and 4th
Sunday.

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 10:30A.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 5th Avenue (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, Lay Leader (FUMC).
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
for all services. Clergyman is Rev. Steve'
Stock. Call 682-5280 for more informa-
tion.

Nazarene
SCrestview --Church .. or ,rhe
Nazarene: 395 Apln Road. restview
Rev. Gary Monk Sunday School 9:45
a.m., morning worship 10:45 a.m., and
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-
tion 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
every 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. Service is held at 10:30 AM each
Sunday. For further updates, check
http://www.uufec.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 TInGenteipe ooated
at 1797 .Huurlbt~R d Iwi ort ,lon
B each. ." ". *-
Sunday services: 9:30' AM and 11
AM Celebration Services. Youth
Education programs along with child-
care are only provided at the 11 AM 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
Services/Religious Education 0800
Traditional in West 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 883-9736.
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 Stteet; call (850)
305-0198 for more information.
Healing Stream Ministries: Pastor
Jonathan Griffin. Saturday services are
being held. The ministry is located at the
corer of 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 evangelis-
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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NOMC patients receive get well cards from students
IB Bob Sikes Elementary School does its part to
lift the spirits as the holiday season blossoms.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Bob Sikes Elementary School's student advisory council
visit Baker resident Camilla Sledge, a patient at North
Okaloosa Medical Center. The students, from left, are
Christopher Morgan, Holley Nicholson, Mary Hurd, Alexis
Autrey, Layla Tarpley and Jordan Harlow. Sledge is one of
more than 250 patients who have received get well cards
from the students. Below, first graders Nicole Armstrong
and Bailey Denham stop working on their get well cards
when Buzz the Bee surprises them.

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Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Students at Bob Sikes
Elementary School have been
busy like bees spreading hol-
iday cheer for patients at the
North Okaloosa Medical
Center.
The students, in conjunc-
tion with Applebee's restau-
rant, have made 250 get well
cards for patients at the hos-
pital. As a special treat, Buzz
the Bee, Applebee's mascot,
visited the students Tuesday
to help pass out the cards
and spend time with the chil-
dren.
Dale Cheatwood, the
store'~ assistant general man-
ager, said the Crestview
Applebee's store is the first
in the country to launch the
get well card program.
"We've really wanted to
become more active in work-
ing with our local schools
and communities,"
Cheatwood said. "This is one
way that we can give back to
the community."
The Crestview Applebee's
store is one of 38 stores with-
in a regional franchise. The
stores are given the autono-
my to participate in commu-


nity events, Cheatwood said.
The school's fifth grade
student advisory council vis-
ited the hospital Thursday
morning to distribute the
cards to patients.
Camilla Sledge, a Baker
resident and patient at the
hospital, was delighted to get
a visit from the children.
"I just love kids," Sledge
said, thanking them for her
hand-made card. "Thank
you so much for making this
for me."
The students huddled
around Sledge for a picture.
Before leaving, fifth grader
Jordan Harlow hugged
Sledge and wished her a
merry Christmas.
"Get well," Jordan said.
The school's art teacher,
Karen Hutchinson, has
enlivened the art program,
encouraging students to par-
ticipate in artistic endeavors
that benefit the community,
including healing art projects
like painting ceiling tiles for
the hospital. Recently, the
school participated in the
Empty Bowl Project, making
pottery food bowls and rais-
ing money for local social
service groups like Sharing &
Caring.


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WEDDINGS


Ritter, Moore to

wed today


Saturday, Dec. 16, 2006 at Woodlawn Baptist Church in
Crestview. All friends are invited to attend the wedding.
The nuptials for Jennifer Ritter and Blake Moore will take
place today at 4 p.m. at Woodlawn Baptist Church, 158 N.
Woodlawn Drive, in Crestview. Friends are invited to attend
the wedding ceremony. A reception for family will be held at
the NCO Club on Eglin A.F.B.
Jennifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williams
and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Ritter, all of Crestview. Her grandpar-
ents are Mrs. Nita Roberts and the late Mr. Clinton Roberts of
Crestview; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ritter of Crestview; and Mr.
and Mrs. John Williams Sr. from Mobile, Al.
Blake is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Moore of Crestview.
His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Coy Moore of Lumberton,
Mississippi, and Mr. Leo Ladner and the late Peggy Ladner.


Walker-Anderson


engagement


Gardening in the new year


Shari Farrell
Okaloosa Master Gardener
Special to the Bulletin

January is on the horizon
and we all know what that
means, the dreaded New
Year's Resolution list. We
considered it last month
and now it's time to get seri-
ous.
A particular item on my
list every year has to do
with my houseplants; I have
to admit I am not the best at
indoor gardening especially
when it comes to 'loving
them to death'! How does
that happen and, since they
like the same temperatures
as we humans, why do they
get so bad every year? The
answer is two words, sim-
ple and complicated at the
same time. Humidity; our
homes are too dry for the
plant yet and it suffers from
excess moisture. How is
that possible? Another one
word answer is drainage.
The soil we use, the pretty
pot to protect the table, and
our tendency to water on a
regular schedule drown the
poor things. Too little or too
much sunlight is another
problem, so why do we
bother in the first place?
They look nice and add soft-
ness in our homes; that's
reason enough for most of
us. The University Of
Florida Horticulture
Department has a wonder-
fully detailed publication to


'" -
Just a few of the many Tropicals available for use as
houseplants at a North Okaloosa nursery. Photo by:
Shari Farrell


help with all this and more;
seventeen pages worth.
You can download it from
the web site http://solu-
tionsforyourlife.ufl.edu/ by
typing houseplants in the
search box or phoning the
Okaloosa County Extension
and having Circular 454
mailed to your home.
We have had several calls
to the Master Gardener
desk recently asking when
shrubs can be pruned. The
basic rule is to prune spring
flowering shrubs just after
they bloom and fall
bloomers in the spring. If
you prune an azalea at this
time their spring color will
be lost. How, when and
why pruning needs to be
done depends on the plant.
Come by the Extension


Office at 5479 Old Bethel
Road and you will find UFL
research publications to
help with every plant in
your landscape.
We have many gardeners
new to our area with ques-
tions; here is one I want to
share:
We have just moved into a
home in Crestview and I don't
know where to begin. There
are some messy looking bushes
but no flowers. What can I
plant now? It looks barren and
ugly. I need color. Help! -
Beth
Needless to say Beth got
an immediate phone call
from a Master Gardener
who was concerned she
might have azaleas and be
cutting them back. Once
that issue was cleared up,


they spoke of the annual
bedding plants to be plant-
ed now and what needs to
wait. They also discussed
the seeds and bulbs that can
all go into her garden now.
Gardening in Florida can be
most confusing!
Beth will need to cover
those recently planted
annuals when frost is fore-
cast and remember to give
them water, our winters can
be very dry. There are other
garden chores she could
also do as the weather
allows; non-flowering dor-
mant trees and shrubs can
be moved and pruned, quite
a number of bulbs can go in
and the soil where Beth
would like to plant summer
annuals can be readied for
planting. My suggestion is
to have a soil test to deter-
mine the pH before amend-
ments are added; too acid or
alkaline seriously affects
summer color. Instruction
kits are available at the
Extension for a complete
analysis from the University
or a free simple pH reading
is offered by the Master
Gardeners.
For copies of UFL/IFAS
publications on any of the
subjects in this article, log
onto the website search
engine or phone the
Okaloosa County Extension
Office at 689-5850 and they
will be mailed to you home.
Happy Gardening in the
New Year!


Children in Crisis signs a contract to build

"The Children's Neighborhood"


Left to right: Don David, Kendrick-David-Dowling Architects, Jeff Neidigh, Construction
Estimater, Speegle Construction, Inc., Troy Speegle, Owner & President, Speegle
Construction, Inc. Tom Garner, Business Manager, Speegle construction, Inc., Mack
Gay, President, CIC Board of Directors Bill Frey, CIC Construction Committee.
Photo by: Ken Hair


Ashley Walker and Jesse Anderson are engaged. The
couple plans to wed in September of 2008.
Randy and Patricia Walker of Crestview are pleased to
announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Nicole
Walker, to Jesse Christopher Anderson, son of Richard and
Pamela Anderson of Crestview.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Florida State University
where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil
Engineering. She is working on her MBA at Florida State
University and is currently employed as an engineer with
PBS&J in Tallahassee.
The prospective groom is a graduate of American
Intercontinental University, where he received his Bachelor of
Science Degree in Information Technology. He is working on
his Masters degree in Information Technology at American
Intercontinental University and is currently employed as a
trainer with Datamaxx in Tallahassee.
A September 2008 wedding is planned.


Children in Crisis, Inc.
(CIC), has signed a contract
with Speegle Construction,
Inc. of Niceville, to build the
first two homes of The
Children's Neighborhood.
Mack Gay, President, CIC
Board of Directors comment-
ed, "Thanks to great support
from our community, we
will begin construction
immediately on the much
needed children's emer-
gency shelter and the first
group home."
Mack continued, "By the
end of next summer, we'll
have the capability to help
with the severe shortage of
foster homes in our commu-
nity and address the urgent


need of an emergency shelter
for infants, toddlers and
young children. At present,
children are being placed in
over capacity foster homes,
placed out of their county,
moved from foster home to
foster home and unfortu-
nately, siblings are frequent-
ly separated."
The Children's
Neighborhood is being built
on a 20 acre site located on
Hurlburt Field Road in Ft.
Walton Beach. Okaloosa-
Walton College is providing
the property through a long
term low cost lease and has
been very supportive to the
local non-profit charity.
Since its establishment in


May, 2003, the CIC Board of
Directors and volunteers
have worked diligently to
raise the necessary funds to
build and operated a chil-
dren's neighborhood that
will provide homes and
establish hope to the abused
and neglected children of
our community.
Sharilyn Darnell, CIC
Fundraising Committee
Chair and CIC Past
President, "We've taken a
huge step toward the realiza-
tion of our vision to provide
a residential style housing
complex for these disrupted
children of our community.
This is a community chal-
lenge and together, we are


finding a solution. However,
as we continue to move for-
ward, we need your help
now more than ever."
Sharilyn continued,
"There are still naming
opportunities available for
homes, rooms, furnishings,
park benches, etc. in The
Children's Neighborhood.
We're also looking for some-
one to sponsor the naming of
the entire Children's
Neighborhood!"
Ken Hair, Executive
Director for CIC comment-
ed, "Children in Crisis has
received wonderful support
to make the first step of the
dream a reality. Individual
donors, business owners,
corporations, foundations,
community organizations,
the faith 'community and
numerous fundraisers have
enabled CIC to move for-
ward in our vision of provid-
ing safe, stable and nurtur-
ing homes for these abused
and neglected children of
our community."
Hair added, "The next big
step is to secure the funding
to feed, clothe and sustain
operations of The Children's
Neighborhood. There are
many ways to help including
committing your support to
the CIC 1,000 X $1,000 sus-
taining campaign. My
favorite way to give is
through monthly bank draft
- you don't miss it but you
feel good about supporting
the children!"
Watch for continued
reports on the construction
progress of The Children's
Neighborhood. To find out
more about Children in
Crisis and the vision call 651-
1537 or visit www.children-
incrisisfl.org.


Gallagher announces progress of fortifying


Florida against hurricanes


TALLAHASSEE Tom
Gallagher, Florida's chief
financial officer, announced
that the pilot phase of the My
Safe Florida Home program
ended today and his goal of
completing 12,000 free home
inspections by the end of this
hurricane season was met and
exceeded by nearly 1,000
inspections. In addition,
Gallagher said that an estimat-
ed 560 inspectors and 800 con-
tractors have been specifically


trained for the program dur-
ing the pilot phase.
The program, funded with
$250 million by the Florida
Legislature, was created to
better protect Floridians by
strengthening their homes
against hurricanes and to
reduce the state's exposure to
hurricane damage.
Since the program
launched in August, the
Department of Financial
Services has received more


than 58,000 applications
statewide for free home
inspections from homeown-
ers. The free home inspections
will help tell homeowners:
The current rating of their
homes against hurricane damage
on 0-100 scale.
Up to seven ways they can
improve the strength of their
homes against hurricanes.
The estimated costs to make
recommended improvements.
What their potential insur-


ance premium savings could be if
they were to make those improve-
ments.
To leverage resources
through local programs, the
My Safe Florida Home pro-
gram has partnered with 12
non-profit entities to serve as
many as 4,000 low-income
homeowners in 10 counties.
To achieve this, the program
has partnered with Volunteer
Florida Foundation.
Applying and obtaining a


free home inspection is just
the first step of the program.
Homeowners who undergo a
My Safe Florida Home inspec-
tions may also qualify for
matching grants of up to
$5,000 to fortify their homes.
As directed by the new law to
reduce hurricane exposure
and property losses in Florida,
grants will be prioritized and
awarded to homeowners who
live in high-risk, hurricane-
vulnerable areas of the state.


Floridians eligible for a free
home inspection must live in a
single-family, site-built home
with an insured value of
$500,000 or less and have a
valid homestead exemption.
Documents verifying this
information must be submit-
ted with a completed applica-
tion. Floridians can apply on-
line at www.mysafeflorida-
home.com or by calling 800-
342-2762 to get an application
packet.


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Plus, get a new heating and air condi-
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My question when talking to Trinity Air
Why Would They
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Their answer made sense. They
said, "At this time of year we are faced
with a devastating problem and we
know this can solve our problem. You
see, during this Christmas season, we
already have two strikes against us:
1. The really cold weather hasn't hit
us, so we really don't get a lot of
repair calls.
2. People have to spend so much for
Christmas that they will do what-
ever they can to put off
spending money on anything else.
Now, we know many homeowners
are faced with their own
problems...They have all these things
that they want to do this Christmas,
but many of them don't know where all
the money will come from. Well, this


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problem and ours.
We believe that y giving homeown-
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27 systems will keep all of our employ-
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we don't have the profit in these jobs
that we normally do, but it's worth it
just to keep all our people working
instead of having to send them home."
After discussing the advantage to
the homeowners, I believe Trinity Air
will wish they had enough employees
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8 I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


Consumer warning on potential


identity theft scams


Emerald Coast Foundation awards


over $110,000 to local organizations


FORT WALTON BEACH
- Six local youth organiza-
tions were present at the
Emerald Coast Foundation's
annual distribution breakfast
to receive their part of the
funds raised by the Emerald
Coast Foundation in 2006.
The Boys and Girls Club,
Eleanor J. Johnson Youth
Center, YMCA, Emerald


Coast Marine Institute,
Shalimar Athletic
Association, and the Florida
Sheriff's Youth Ranch had
representatives present to
receive their respective
awards. The funds were
raised by the Emerald Coast
Foundation during their 4U
annual Boat Week and 14th
annual Poker Run held in


August 2006.
The Poker Run was
founded in 1992 by John
Reinhold, Kevin Locht, and
Alan Laird as a fundraiser
for the Boys and Girls Club.
The event has now grown to
include over 250 boats and
support several additional
youth-oriented organiza-
tions.


TALLAHASSEE
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner, Charles H.
Bronson, is warning con-
sumers about the threat of
identity theft during the
holiday shopping season.
He is urging people to pro-
tect their personal informa-
tion in order to reduce
chances of having their
identity stolen.
Identity theft continues
to be a serious problem for
people across the United
States and thieves are find-
ing more high-tech ways^of
assuming the identities-of
unsuspecting victims and
committing financial fraud
totaling in the hundreds of
millions of dollars infor-
mation often found on dri-
ver's licenses and personal
checks. Thieves can also
get the information by
stealing credit card state-
ments, pre-approved credit
card offers and tax informa-
tion right out of a mailbox


or garbage can. Here are
some ways that identity
thieves work:
They open a new credit
card account, using your
name, date of birth, and Social
Security number. When they
use the credit card and don't
pay the bills, the delinquent
account is reported on a vic-
tim's credit report.
They may call a credit
card issuer and, pretending to
be the legitimate cardholder,
change the mailing address on
a credit card account. Then
the con artist runs up charges
on the account. Because state-
ments are being sent to the
new address, consumers may
not immediately realize they
have been victimized.
They open a bank account
in someone else's name and
write bad checks on that
account.
They engage in the scam
known as "phishing," where
they pretend to be a financial
institution or company and
send email spam or Internet


pop-up messages to get you to
reveal your personal informa-
tion.
They may use someone's
personal information to buy
items on the Internet.
Consumers can't prevent
identity theft, but they can
reduce their chances of
being a victim by observing
the following tips:
Close all stagnant credit
card accounts and destroy the
cards.
Mail bills and checks
from a post office or mail drop.
Protect your credit card,
bank and phone accounts with
passwords. Avoid using easi-
ly available information such
as your mother's maiden
name, your birth day, or the
last four digits of your Social
Security number.
Give your Social Security
number only when absolutely
necessary. Ask to use other
types of identifiers when pos-
sible. Do not put your Social
Security number on your
checks.


Florida Chautauqua Theatre "Music and More" workshops


The Florida Chautauqua
Theatre "Music and More"
workshops will be held on
Monday beginning
January 15, 2007.
Enrollment is limited to no
more than 15 students in


each workshop and applica-
tions are accepted on a first-
come, first-served basis.
Applications for the work-
shop will be accepted from
November 20th through
December 22nd. A $10.00


non refundable application
fee must accompany each
application.
There will be two work-
shops offered starting in
January. The curriculum
includes instruction in


singing, rhythm, instru-
mentation, dance and
drama. Workshop One is
for grades K-3 and will be
on Monday from 3:30 4:30
p.m. The cost of this work-
shop is $45 per month.


Workshop Two is for grades
4-8 and will be on Mondays
from 4:30 6:00 p.m. The
cost of this workshop is $55
per month.
Workshops will culmi-
nate with a musical theatre


production on May 4, 5, and
6. Several musicals are
being considered.
For more information or
to receive an application,
please call the instructor,
Beth Campbell, at 892-9494.


0 COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS


Please turn in your community
news briefs to the News Bulletin by
5 p.m. on the Thursdays prior to
publication.

DECEMBER
POINSETTIA BLOOD DRIVE:
Those who donate blood on
Thursday, December 21 at the
Northwest Florida Blood Center at
405 NE Racetrack Road, Fort
Walton Beach from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00
p.m. will receive a free poinsettia, as
quantities last.
You may call (850) 862 4216 to
ask any questions or to set up an
appointment. It is possible to regis-
ter online for an office appointment.
Just go to www.nfbcblood.org.
Also, blood donors will receive
waffles for breakfast, Wings donated
by Buffalo's Stampede for lunch,
potato salad donated by Publix at
Paradise Point, and cake donated
by Albertson's.
NORTHWEST FLORIDA
BLOOD CENTER: Tuesday,
December 19 Hurlburt 505th -
10am to 2pm / Wednesday,
December 20 Okaloosa Sheriff
Office 8am to 11am and Tybrin -
12.30pm to 4pm / Thursday,
December 21 Racetrack Road
Center Promo 9am to 7pm. Every
donor will receive a free poinsettia.
Refreshments served all day.
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE PUB-
LIC HEARING: Members of
Okaloosa County's state legislative
delegation will hold a public hearing
on Tues., Dec. 19 from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at Okaloosa-Walton College in
Niceville to hear proposals for the
2007 regular session of the Florida
Legislature. It will take place in the
Gallery Room of the K Building.
The legislative delegation con-
sists of Rep. Don Brown, its chair-


man, Representatives Marti Coley
and Greg Evers, and Senators Don
Gaetz and Durell Peaden Jr.


JANUARY
THE HERITAGE MUSEUM OF
NORTHWEST FLORIDA: The
Museum presents History
Sandwiched In on Thursday,
January 25, at 12:00 p.m. with Dr.
David Ott, Music Director and
Conductor of the Philharmonic of
Northwest Florida.
In this lecture, Dr. Ott will discuss
the work of French 19th Century
composer Achille-Claude Debussy,
who is considered one of the most
important figures in music at the turn
of the last century. Join us as one of
the top-ranked post-World War II
composers in the United States
today offers his unique perspective
on Dubussy, whose work represents
the transition from late-romantic
music to 20th Century modernist
music. Open and free to students,
educators, and the public. Phone
850-678-2615 to reserve a seat.
CITIZENS ACADEMY: In the
Citizens Police Academy, you will
spend about two hours each week in
a classroom learning how to hand-
cuff and fingerprint. You will also
become familiar with the crucial dif-
ference between "reasonable suspi-
cion" and "probable cause," and
most of all, you will develop confi-
dence in your ability to make your-
self and your property less attractive
to criminals.
Classes start January 8 on
Monday evenings from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. at the Cinco Bayou Town Hall
on Yacht Club Drive. For more infor-
mation contact Ashley Barrineau
and Kathleen Lamey at 850-651-
7410.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
POWER WHEELCHAIRS
AVAILABLE: The -Senior Wheels
USA Program makes available
Power Wheelchairs to Senior
Citizens and the Permanently
Disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify.
If the patient's need is for use in
the home, please call 800-246-
6010.
KID'S CARNIVAL: The
American Red Cross annual Kid's
Camival event is currently planned
for March 3-4 at Spanish Trails Park
in Crestview.
The Kid's Carnival is an event
specifically neant to meet the needs
of children. There will be vendors,
presentations, celebrity story tellers,
games, rides and food!
We are accepting vendors, spon-
sors and merchandisers at this time.
For more information or to down
load vendor and sponsor forms, log
on to our web site at www.north-
westflorida.redcross.org or call Sheri
at 850-682-3356.
CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE:
Financial assistance for child care is
now available through the Early
Learning Coalition of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties for eligible low-
income families who need help pay-
ing for child care. Call Child Care
Services at 833-9330 or 833-9333
for information, income eligibility and
appointments.
BECOME A COVENANT HOS-
PICE VOLUNTEER: Covenant
Hospice is seeking compassionate
volunteers who are interested in
making a difference in the lives of
patients and families facing life-limit-
ing illnesses. Volunteers are need-
ed in north Okaloosa and Walton
counties in the areas of patient/fam-
ily care, bereavement services,


event planning and administrative
tasks. Even if you only have a little
time to give, you can make a big dif-
ference. For more information on
volunteer opportunities, please call
Donna Chapman at 850-682-3628.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are need-
ed 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,nqeded. Volunteers serve in dif-
ferent Ways to assist both the patient
and the entire family. If you are inter-
ested, but fear you might be uncom-
fortable working directly with
patients, let's explore other areas of
volunteerism such as clerical,
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 conceded
about alcohol and drugs, free and
confidential help is available. All
pregnant women are eligible for pri-
ority substance abuse treatment
services.
Women's Intervention Services
& Education can provide information
and assist you in getting the help
you need. WISE serves as a client
advocate and coordinator of ser-
vices for pregnant women with sub-
stance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
Council. For more information, call
(850) 689-4024 in Crestview or
(850) 833-3729 in Fort Walton


Beach.


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 manmade
disaster affecting Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety
will open the EOC, located at the
Okaloosa County 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-
15a9 ,,@e ,a si ?309 m -.

information on grants and hbwoyou
carinel5 in the figi'ht'r 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, arti-
facts, photos, and a good selection
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 information, call
the museum at 537-5714, Jeanette
Henderson at 850-537-4401, or
send an, email to
bakermuseum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRI-
VERS: Volunteers are needed to
drive the DAV van, which takes vet-
erans to their appointments at the
VA Outpatient Clinic in Pensacola.
You would only drive two days per
month. For further information, con-
tact 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, call 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 leam
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 t sw vh, ~g
addictions, js here to elp residents
of Escambia and OKal oOSacoun-
ties. For help, call 1-800-556-8885.
You may also visit the national 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 Bamey 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 Tuesdays
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
www.DestinLA.com.


0 PUBLIC NOTICES


NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Moulton's Advanced
Storage, Inc., located at 5180
South Ferdon Boulevard in
Crestview Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the house-
hold and other goods stored in the
below listed units of Moulton's
Advanced Storage. Said goods are
to be sold to recover the rents not
paid by the tenants.
Advance Storage I
Unit G22 Joyce Godwin
Unit C60 Usa Newbegin
Unit A25 Abraham Akins
Unit B39 Bill Neeley
Advance Storage II
Unit 119 Javirus Moore
Unit 146 Tammy Kerr

The sale shall take place on
December 23, 2006 At 9:00 -
10:00 a.m. at Moulton's Advanced
Storage.
12/09/06
12/16/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
CASE NO.: 06-CA-2427-S
REGIONS BANK
Plaintiff,
v&
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, UENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
ESTATE OF CARMEN HEYDA
SANDOVAL, DECEASED; SEC-
RETARY OF HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT;
GEORGE E. DAY, AS PERSON-
AL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF CARMEN HEYDA


SANDOVAL, DECEASED; UNIT-
ED STATES OF AMERICA
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgement of
Foreclosure dated November 21,
2006, and entered in Case No. 06-
CA-2427-S, of the Circuit Court of
the First Judicial Circuit In and for
Okaloosa County, Florida, wherein
REGIONS BANK, is a Plaintiff and
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
ESTATE OF CARMEN HEYDA
SANDOVAL, DECEASED; SEC-
RETARY OF HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT;
GEORGE E. DAY, AS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF CARMEN HEYDA
SANDOVAL, DECEASED; UNIT-
ED STATES OF AMERICA
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY,
are the Defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at Shalimar Courthouse
Annex, front door, 1250 Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579, at
11:00 am on December 22, 2006,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgement,
to wit:
LOT 3, SECOND ADDITION
TO OAKLAND HEIGHTS
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF ON FILE
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 144,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lie pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the
sale.


DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Teresa Fleming
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 21st day of November,
2006.
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the americans
with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable accommodation
to participate In this proceeding
should, no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coordinator at
8506517497,1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Suite A114, Shalimar,
Florida, 32579. If hearing
impaired, contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida Relay
.System.
Publish: CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN
Submitted by: Ben-Ezra & Katz,
P.A., Attys for Plaintiff, 2901
StirlingRoad, Ste 300, Ft
Lauderdale, FL 33312
Telephone: (305) 770-4100
Fax: (305) 653-2329
12/09/06
12/16/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-DR-5066
EVA MARIE SPENCER
Pettitoner
and
NICHOLAS TODD SPENCER,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Nick Spenser
27a Lin Dr.


Eglin AFB, FL 32542


Eglin AFB, FL 32542
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 Eva Marie Spenser
whose address is 44 Oregon
Drive, Fort Walton Beach, FL
32548 on or before January 25,
2007, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, Florida 32579,
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fall to
do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed In the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents 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.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: December 6, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
12/09/06
12/16/06
12/23/06
12/30/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA


CIVIL ACTION


CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-4609-S

CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AMANDA N. SMITH, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
AMANDA N. SMITH
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:844
BLVD DE L ORLEANS
MARY ESTHER, FL 32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANDRE D. SMITH
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 844
BLVD DEL ORLEANS
MARY ESTHER, FL 32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in
OKALOOSA County, Florida:


LOT 8, BLOCK E, CHATEAU
PRESS DE LA MER, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 65, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, on
or before January 17, 2007, on
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
Is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Florida 33634,
and file the original with this Court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed In the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consecu-
tive weeks In the Crestview News
Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 6 day of
December, 2006.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06018402
CHASE SPECFHLMC- R -
cselph
*See Americans with Disabilities
Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modation to participate In this pro-
ceeding should contact Court
Administration at 101 James Lee
Boulevard East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone number


(850) 689-5000, Extension 7497,
prior to the proceeding. or
Shalimar (850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court
Administration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32579;
telephone number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
12/09/06
12/16/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 06-CA-4248
CITMORTGAGE, INC.,
PLAINTIFF,
VS
IRVIN K. GASTON, ET AL,
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: KARENZA V. GASTON
whose residence is unknown if
he/she/they be living; and if
he/she/they be dead, the unknown
defendants who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, and all parties claiming
an interest by, through, under or
against the Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive, and
all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or Interest in
the property described in the mort-
gage being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following property:


THE EAST 15 FEET OF LOT 8
AND ALL OF LOTS 9, 10, AND
11, BLOCK 10, MORRIS ADDI-
TION TO CRESTVIEW, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 122, OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
Plaintiff's attomey whose address
is 801 S. University Drive #500,
Plantation, FL 33324 on or before
January 22, 2007, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court at OKALOOSA
County. Florida, this 12 day of
December, 2006.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Kitty Sims
DEPUTY CLERK
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE, SUIT
500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
06-62822 (CMI)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the OKALOOSA County
Courthouse at 904-651-7497, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relay Service.
12/16/06
12/23/06





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Crestview News Bulletin I 9


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2006 SPORTS


GMA promotions held Dec. 2


Grand Master

Hwang's visit

highlights month
Special to the News Bulletin

A busy month capped a
busy year for Gordon Martial
Arts students and instruc-
tors. This year has been a
year of many miles and
many hours of training, start-
ing with a trip to Mississippi,
then Korea, on to Nevada,
Oklahoma and Canada, and
finishing off the year with a
trip to Orlando.
Last month was the annu-
al testing and award banquet
in Canada where GMA
instructor Thomas Gordon
did a demonstration of
Taekwondo before a grand-
master, masters, students,
and an audience.
Gordon Martial Arts
established a new record
with 72 people performing at
its Dec. 1 testing in the
recently renovated 5200-plus
square foot facility in down-
town Crestview, behind
HideAway Pizza and across
the street from the new
YMCA.
Students as young as 3
years old demonstrated the
level of expertise in martial
arts for their level of training.
Special guest was Grand
Master Hwang, who was
very complimentary of the
students and instructors of
Gordon Martial Arts.
When the testing starts,
students all wearing white
uniforms with various belt
colors indicating skill level
- line up according to rank
to make for a very structured
environment. Ms. Tiffany
Gordon and Mr. Bo Jackson
co-conducted the testing to
keep things going smoothly
and efficiently. -
Durin tes5 students
are called up in groups with
people in similar ability so
there are no stressors and no
cliques. At first, the students
go through a set of pre-
arranged movements. Then
they face a fellow classmate


Special to the News Bulletin.
Gordon Martial Arts held its promotional ceremony Dec. 2. Front row from left are Mini Martials Christopher Thayer, Braden Mobley, Dalton Grice (Tiny Tae),
Christian Miller, Donnie Perry (Mini Martial Graduate), Alexa Garcia and Brittany Holloway. Second row from left: Richard Rounsaville, Justin Calimlim, C. J.
Callmllm, Ryan Miller, Ryan Phillips, Tiffany Dees, Lexa Garcia, Meaghan Paez, Devon Grice, Jaci Paez, Felicia Gordon, Bobby Jackson and Benjamin Nowers.
Third row from left: Lisa Gordon, Samuel Johnson, Julian Engel, Paul Delery, Michael Davis, Ben Frith, Dylan Brock, Nikki Montgomery, Hannah Naylor,
Samantha Jackson, Savannah Simmons, Alyssa Von Almen, Andrew Smith, Gunnar Curcio and Grand Master Hwang. Fourth row from left: Thomas Gordon,
Vironica Jones, Whitney Taylor, Tiffany Gordon, Raimy Engel, Gabble Reber, Alex Cihanowic, Chris Stevens and Dolores Hensley. Fifth row from left: Bo
Jackson, Gregory Bledsoe, James Whitley, Marlo Holloway, Alberto Barbon, Sebastian Engel and Randy Stevens.


- Martal arts
and take turns defending
against a common punch and
some self defense techniques.
As the higher ranked stu-
dents come up, the tech-
niques get more elaborate.
Later in the testing, the stu-
dents put on red padded
safety gear and spar several
rounds with controlled kicks
and punches. Towards the
end, the upper belts break
boards for an exhilarating
demonstration of power as
wooden boards crack and
snap to the delight of the
people in attendance!
The promotional ceremony
was held Dec. 2 with the
biggest turnout to date and a
full house. Grand Master
Hwan was busy signing
autgr an taking pic-
tures cents. earlier
that day, Grand Master
Hwang taught an intense and
informative seminar on
Taekwondo fundamentals,
generation of power, sparring
drills, and self defense train-


ing, using his 50-plus years of
martial art experience.
Students came from schools
located in Alabama and
Mississippi for the opportuni-
ty to train with one of the two
first generation Taekwondo
grandmasters in the northern
hemisphere. Later that day
and before the promotional
ceremony, about 40 students
participated in the Crestview
Christmas Parade. A very
busy weekend!
In an attempt to cover all
requests, Gordon Martial
Arts offers specific curricu-
lum for 3-4 year olds, exclu-
sive MiniMartial program for
5-6 year olds, a junior pro-
gram for 7+, an adult
Taekwondo program, and
adult Hapkido training. Any
age can start and benefit
from martial arts and a er-
son is rarely too young or too
old. The school is signing up
new students now on the
Christmas Special. Call 682-
0720 or visit
www.GordonMartialArts for
more details.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Grand Master Hwang (left) works with Tiffany Gordon and Nikki Montgomery (right).


Special to the News Bulletin
Lisa Gordon (left) and Marlo Holloway demonstrate white belt
curriculum for Gordon Martial Arts' first Hapkido exam.


".,, .


Special to the News Bulletin
Grand'Master Hwang demonstrates a round kick to the head of
Bo Jackson.







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Special to the News Bulletin
Brian Benoit applies elbow and shoulder lock on Randy Stevens.


Special to the News Bulletin
Hannah Naylor breaks boards with a reverse elbow.

-- &


Special to the News Bulletin
Bo Jackson (right) gets a demonstration from Grand Master
Hwang on a way to defend against a choke.


LHS, from page 12
Zessin had plenty of
superlatives to choose from
after the game.
His team did not commit a
turnover for almost 13 min-
utes. The Hoboes finished the
game with just five turnovers.
Timaria McKay continued
his recent strong play with
22 points and four assists.
Jeffery Reese played his
usual fantasy basketball
owner's dream of a game
with 19 points, seven


BAKER, from page 12


rebounds, five assists and
five blocks. Wyatt Lee
worked hard inside for 12
points. Ten Hoboes played,
and all of them scored.
"After -17 turnovers
against Crestview (in a loss
on Dec. 8), cutting it down to
five is really impressive,"
Zessin said. "And Timaria
has really stepped it up in
our last three games. He
started the season with
injuries and the flu, but he is


finally getting healthy and
enjoying the game.
"He would have had
those kinds of numbers earli-
er if he hadn't been hurt. He
is turning out to be the play-
er I expect him to be and the
leader I expect him to be."
Reese knocked down a
fadeaway 3-pointer with
two minutes left in the third
quarter to extend the LHS
lead to 60-24 and trigger a
running clock.


second spot," Kellogg said.
"It will be interesting because
it will be so competitive."
Crestview's District 2-4A
will stay the same for the
next two seasons. The
Dawgs' district includes
Choctawhatchee, Fort
Walton Beach and Navarre.
CHS rivals Pace and
Milton appeared to receive a
favorable realignment.
Escambia's jump to Class 5A
left the Patriots and Panthers


in a three-team district with
Tate. The Aggies won two
games over the last two
years.
The next reclassification
will take place after the 2008
season.
"The jury is still out as to
whether the four-year classi-
fication term will be deemed
a success or failure," FHSAA
Director of Communications
Jack Watford said in a release
announcing the revisions.


"It has been successful in
other states, but the growth
in membership and the
population fluctuations
within the schools in our
association makes it a little
more difficult to manage
here.
"We will be interested to
hear what the member
schools have to say about it
before we begin making
plans for the next classifica-
tion term in Fall 2008."












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PERSONALS


SINGLE WHITE
male 70 5'8" 170 re-
tired from civil serv-
ice. Searching for
nice lady close to
same age for a seri-
ous relationship. I
hope there is at
least one lady out
there is as lonely as
I am. I would love to
hear from you.
Please write RB
P.O. Box 876, Crest-
view, Fl. 32536, or
call 689-8038


EMPLOYMENT



102
Drivers

LOOKING FOR
CDL DRIVER
must have CDL, will
train if needed 537-
9833

104
General
Help
Wanted


104
General Help
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
ROAD RULES 10
immediate openings
for money motivated
adventurists. Young
adults over 18 to
work, play and stay
in the 48 states. Call
today, start today. 1-
866-603-3197
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Pick-Up and Deliv-
ery Driver. Must
have current driv-
ers license with
clean driving re-
cord.
Assembly Person.
Need person to
set-up new equip-
ment.
Both positions are
full-time and re-
quire good physi-
cal condition. Ap-
ply in person at
Wise Equipment in
Crestview.

108 Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
NOW HIRING part-
time front desk, Ap-
ply within. Jameson
Inn, 151 Cracker
Barrel Dr., Crestview
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring servers,
server assistants
and day hostesses
682-8804


108 Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and dish-
washers. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804

106
Home Based
Business
BUSINESS OP-
PORTUNITY. Inde-
pendent sales con-
sultants needed for
industry leader of
premium skin care,
body care, nutrition
and anti-aging prod-
ucts or mineral oil.
Generous compen-
sation plan, bonus-
es, and qualification
for company paid
vacations. Must be
positive minded, and
enjoy showing oth-
ers how to obtain
fantastic health and
unlimited wealth.
Call 582-8882 or
689-0674.

110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
116
Office Work
OFFICE HELP
needed for full or
part time, must have
references and at
least 2 years experi-
ence 537-9833


124
Sales &
Telemarketing
PIONEER TELE-
PHONE Directories
Corp. has openings
for three sharp indi-
viduals to sell yellow
page advertise-
ments. $80k com-
mission per year.
Direct sales experi-
enbe necessary.
traveling involved.
for interview call 1-
800-304-4129
126
Skills/Trade
ELECTRICIAN
WANTED- Commer-
cial, industrial and
service experience
preferred. Good pay,
benefits. Call Third
Phase Electric 850-
652-3011
"ELECTRICIANS
NEEDED" Now Hir-
ing. Commercial,
Residential, and Ex-
perienced Helpers.
Top Pay. The best in
benefits, 27 year old
Company. Start a
Career, Call 850-
837-8474 for Inter-
view

315
Business Services
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

MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.


PART, TIMEIAS
Neeaeddl'*isiMiOM -
er. Are yiou looking
for a'jotWith 'nro set
schedule? Can you
communicate effec-
tively by phone and
radio, multi-task,
and keep accurate
computer and writ-
ten records? Would
you enjoy a job an-
swering phones,
assisting consum-
ers and helping to
restore power after
regular business
hours? CHELCO is
looking for two dis-
patchers available
to work anytime
from 7 am to 11pm,
on an as needed
basis. The work
week is Monday to
Friday and the dis-
patch center is lo-
cated in DeFuniak
Springs on Baldwin
Ave. There is no
guarantee of hours
or scheduled
hours, you must be
available when
needed to cover for
employees' vaca-
tion days and unex-
pected absences.
This is the perfect
job for someone
who wants to work
occasionally or a
few hours each
month. Applicants
must have good
computer and in-
terpersonal skills.
CHELCO will pro-
vide on the job
training for individu-
als with the basic
skills. Dispatchers
will cover sched-
uled and unsched-
uled absences of
the full time em-
ployees. Due to the
holidays, applica-
tions will be accept-
ed through January
5, at CHELCO's
DeFuniak Springs
office. The applica-
tion can be ac-
cessed on-line at
www.chelco.com,
click on the em-
ployment link to
complete and sub-
mit, or pick up ap-
plication at any
CHELCO office
and return to:
CHELCO, Human
Resources, P.O.
Box 512, DeFunlak
Springs, FL 32435,
Fax No. 850-951-
2302. RESUMES
ACCEPTED ONLY
IF ATTACHED TO
APPLICATION,
Drug Free Work-
place-EEO-M/F


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Free Service Call
For a limited time we will wave our regular
$79 Diagnostic Fee. Call Today!
Expires 12/24,)6
TRINITY AIR SERVICES, INC.
Heating and Air Conditioning
244-0747 i CAc181428
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315
Business Services

GIVE RELAXATION
Spa Packages, Gift
Certificates Newl
Mineral Make-Up
Amazing Face &
Body Shop Phone:
689-3900

NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.

NEED MASONRY
Work, Block, Brick,
Concrete Rneair.


Big
Est
85C
85C
OK

All
Als
net
trai
win


320
Child Care

CHILD CARE pro-
vider now accepting
children for before
and after school pro-
gram. Antioch dis-
trict. 689-1960
NOW ACCEPTING
applications for em-
ployment at Learn-
ing Tree Day
School, Inc., 201
Valley Road. Must
be 18 years of age.
Applicant should be
"dependable, availa-
ble to work Mon-Fri.,
and willing to work
varying shifts as
hours will vary. Ap-
ply in person only.


or Small, Free WANTED CERTI-
imates, Days FlED childcare for
)-758-1020, Nite occasional weekend
)-682-4369 evenings 682-8861
;ALOOSA SIGNS 325
850-683-5255 Domestic
your sign needs.
o T-shirts, mag- LOOKING FOR
s, embroidery, someone to do my
ler lettering and ironing. Will deliver,
dow lettering please call 682-5994
or 305-3766
337
Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
S ways, Foundations,
..- & patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
SERVICES mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


320
Child Care
PROFESSIONAL
NANNY available 24
hrs. a day to your-
home. CPR, first-
aid, 17 years of ex-
perience excellent
references 1-732-
882-8554


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


337
Concrete
A-0AAA
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
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.


PRICED To& Eft







208 Aza Place: 200sqIf, 3B/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-cr garage. New Roof, Siding, Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some dosing costs. A Must Seel
$199,900 689-3658


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

RANDY
LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates.
Specialize In
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375
240-8443


340
Home Repair
SMALL REPAIR
work to mobile
homes, re-level, ex-
tra anchors, etc.
850-585-1159
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
HANDYMAN
SERVICE,
20 years expe-
rence, dependable,
honest, and reliable,
free estimates, li-
censed and insured
689-2944
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774


MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.


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CABLE TELEPHONE & A/C
RENT DAILY, WEEKLY, OR MONTH
683-1964 OR 683-0720.
296 Oakdae Avenue West in Historic
Downtown Crestvieu, Florida 32536


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Crestvie
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
WHAT A GREAT PLACE
TO HAVE HORSE. Over
10 acres where they can _we_
graze, you could build sell your home
your dream home and still f* l o S
have room to spare! A for as low as
septic tank already 2 99 5l
installed,' shed with., ,
concrete floor and power.
$220,000. Fees vary for homes over $300k
Callfordetails.
WONDERFUL HOME IN A
GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD-
Shoal River Country and b
Golf Club. Close to schools,
shopping, churches, etc. 3
BPR2 BA, up-graded- GOOD SENSE REALTY
kitchen appliances, Ugrd~n jtjjfl j AfI Veft: aGodSensdRealtyu o -
recently re-roofed, some l9
great features. See today.
$220,500. 345 456 552
BEAUTIFUL HOME, NICE "Lawn Care Homes For Rent Apartments For
Sale
NEIGHBORHOOD,
convenient to everything. SElS- 2,3,4 bedroom trail-
2 story, 5 bedroom, 3 ers and homes. for NEW TOWN-
Bath, with above ground E rent Milligan and HOMES Eagles
pool, lovely screened in Crestview area. 682- Landing South 1-10,
patio. Make sure you see an a 4070 or 830-2061 2Bd/2.5Ba &
3Bd/2.5Ba Call
this one!$225,000. WO FOR RENT house in Property Professio-
THIS MOBILE HOME Crestview on 1 acre nals683-1714
LOCATED ON 1.3 ACRES lot 3bd/2ba $700mo
is just a short drive from & $700dep. Call 682- 554
town. New carpet, new 4280. or 699-4281 Commercial
flooring, new appliances, NEW 3 & 4 bedroom Property For Sale
pa/hot tub, large carport, rental homes ready FOR SALE Restau-
fenced back yard; all this, 355 for move in. Starting rant located on busy
just waiting for a new Sewing & at $850/mo. Range, Hwy 137 in Wing, Al.

LOOKING FOR LAKE SEWING included. Easy ac- 3/4 acre commercial
FRONTVINGFOR LAKE SEWING cess to Crestview property. Storage
lovely older home may3/ MACHINE and Niceville. Sec- building included.
lovely older home may be & tion 8 accepted. Call Restaurant in opera-
justwhatyou had in mind! VACUUM 850-689-2221 8-5, tion. great invest-
Sitting on 2.5 acres, CLEANER M-F, 850-546-1253. ment and location
overlooking Lake Louise REPAIRS
and Lake Mary in Kennedy Call 682-3041 or 3BR/2BA 2CG new turn-key asking
Lakes. Great location. 664-2245 Brick home in Laurel $151,500 call 334-
$265,000. Hill, $975.mo $975 858-5629 or 850-
360 DD Days 682-5533, 306-5197
Nw STARTER HOMES Miscellaneous night & weekends, 5
priced to sell. Spanish 682-4341 556
lace walls, tiled bathrooms CREATE NEW Le- FOR RNT Homes For Sale
and kitchen, carpet in the gal Cre.dit Files and bdlba, 226 Third C R E S T V I E W
rest of home. Comeswith New Identity in One bA THREE NEW
dishwasher, stove/oven. Day! Call 850-398- 695mo/400dep Call HOMES 444 1st
3Bf/2BA. single garage. 6729 758-1477HSt 444d/1Ba
$139,990. NED758-1477 St., 4 Bd/2Ba
S$139,990.NEED DIRTI LEE FARMS- New $224,700, 410
'-~Sand etc. and bull-Brick 3bd/2ba Beech St., 3Bd/2Ba
Outstandozer work Call $ 1 3 5 0 / m o $157,000, 420
o0mdesu l. Spuds Hauling 850- lawn/pest service in- Beech St., 3Bd/2Ba
902-5098 clouded, call 682- 154,000 Fred Bow-
W/Ir A V TRACTOR WORK 8081. man Realty, Inc.
i all type 682-7492 FOR RENT by own- Rtate Broker 85-82-
Agency One, Inc. cell 546-1218 er 1555 Texas tateBroker 850-82-
682-8309 or 678-8919 COMPUTER RE- Pkwy, 3 bed, 2 ba,
TouFre- (800) 2309- PAIR all brands in- 1400 sq.ft. home CUTE HOME For
301 S. Ferdon Blvd. cluding laptops, low with a split bedroom Sale. 6127 Old Hick-
Crestview,FL32536 flat fee 682-3912. plan, large kitchen ory Rd., Crestview
EACHOFFCE ACRYLIC GLAM- with breakfast nook, 3Bd/2Ba, 1220 sq.ft.
D EPENDENTLY, white, formal dining room, New large capacity
OWNEDAND 2UxR44spab whe' fireplace, laundry washer and dryer.
S72x44, $200 obo m privacy Tile floor with Berber
www.gerrihouse.com 2/72in vanity tops oo m, privacy peti i e
w/double fenced yard with 2 carpeting in bed-
... sinks, .reen a r e ro rooms. 1 car garage,
S sinks r a e h' ,,, ,-" s"ai ,fisli
L7nate w/o.ar are iscoun given. pond, fruit trees,.
$75a obo 689Immed occupy. nicely landscaped,
NORTHWEST 7523 $875m 758-0767 fenced backyard.
FLORIDA CABLE TV or phone owner is a licensed $174,900. Accepting
LANDCLEARING outlets installed on Real Estate Agent offers. 689-0674,
Fill-Dirt, Leveling, any wall. Call Ri- cell 582-8882
Site-work.. Licensed chards Cable 398- 3BR/2BA $800/mo
and Insured 682- 6304 $800/dd plus utilit- FOR SALE 2 Acres
6317 or 978-2142 ies. NO smoking. of land in Holt area,
Crestview.499-6890 zoned 1 dwelling per
acre, rental mobile
3BR/2BA HOME in home on 1 acre,
Crestview on 5 w/monthly sustained
acres with 7 stall income. $85,000 se-
horse barn rious inquiries only.
$1500/mo 682-4341. No Owner Financ-
4 BD / 2 BA ing. 850-537-6222,
SREAL ESTATE $950/$950 newly 850-499-7412
LAWNFR RET renovated. 3Bd/2Ba FOR SALE 4.5
SFOR-R T plus. $700/$700 No acres on Poverty
pets. References & Creek RD Crestview
lease required. 682-4341
452 (850)682-8282 or
345 Lawn Care Apartments For (850)830-3954 NEW SPECIAL land
Rent Leave message home financing
WALKER LAWN available for limited
MAINTENANCE 2BR/1BA DUPLEX 460 or bad credit call
Mowing, Trimming, Apt. $550.00mo Mobile Homes For Clayton Homes for
Pruning,One time or $550.00dd some Rent details 850-682-
year round. Li- tit 'o3344.
censed and Insured. utilities no pets, 3BR/2BA IN Mossy MUST SELL relo-
censed537 9 re, lase required 850- Head. Available im- catingl Almost new
537-4419 Referen- 834-4767.
ces Available m e d i a t e I y 3bd/2ba, 1419 sf,
&K TREService 2BR/1BA TOWN- $850mo/$850sd. downtown Crest-
J&K TREE er HOUSE Apt. Call 850-305-7796 view. Drastically re-
atoda Free st $550.00mo $550dd, daytime 850-682- duced to $159,000,
calltes. Licensed no pets, CH&A, 1 yr. 3951 after 7:30pm. MLS #445719
and Insured. Call lease 850-834-4767. FOR RENT ENTERTAINMENT/
537-7412. BENT CREEK 2BR/1BA Mobile Handyman Para-
APARTMENTS II Home on 1 acre lot, disel Move in ready
A-1 TREE Service Vouchers Accepted. no pets. 682-1045 updated 3bd/2ba on
Licensed, bonded Some rental assis- daytime 682-2880 2 acres. In-ground
insured. 25years ex- tance may be availa- after 5pm. pool, hot tub, com-
perience free esti- ble. 1 & 2 bedroom mercial size grill,
mates no Waiting. HC & non-HC ac- 464 huge food smoker,
Bobcat services also cessible apartments. Roommates multiple outbuildings
available (334)504- 209 Bent Creek Rd. Wanted for work and play.
0806, (850) 398- Crestview, FL. Call $350,000 MLS #
0261 850-682-5563, TDD MATURE ADULT, 447596
711, Voice 800-955- no kids, no pets, ALMOST10 acres
LAWN TEK, 8770 Equal Housing $350/mo. plus 1/2 Only 1/1Oth mile of
LLC Opportunity. utilities, avail, imme- smooth dirt road.
Lawn Mainte- CRESTVIEW INN diately $190,000.MLS
Lawn Malnte- CRESTVEW INN 850-398-2404 #444247
nance *Land- Motel $42 daily BUILD your new
scaping Irriga- $225 weekly 462 home Carnegie
tion Palm tree Fumished efficiency Rooms For Rent Hills PH 2 Beautiful
installation $225 weekly 682- upscale subdivision
Sod Dirt Work. 4466 ROOM FOR RENT of .50+ acre lots.
Free estimates, also may share Utilities
Call NEED TO find a house @ $145. underground, curbs,
865-3266 or place to call home week New home, gutters, mailboxes,
Pr2-7316 eogres tman- cable, phone, utilit- light posts, and side-
Licensed Progressive Man- ies & swimming pool walks. $64,900. per
Insured agement has some- included $10. de- lot.
Owner thing for everyone, posit for cleanup. Call Diana Baker -
Brad Overly 1& 2Bd. from 537-9258, cell Teel & Waters Real
42500 up (850)221-8544 Estate 685-5135 or


4LL Ln.0.a orJenir tis
LEADING EDGE, call 682-6310 and 682-6156
LLC Lawn ask for Jennifer
Services, Fall leaf REDUCED
removal and 456 I9
pressure wash- Homes For Rent 99

(cell), 537-8828 CRESTVIEW 4/2
free estimates Large fenced
FALL SPECIAL!! yard,carport, quiet
$675/$675 537-9798 REAL ESTATE
"LORIE'S" FOR LEASE 1700 FOR SALE
LAWN MAINTE- sq.ft. 'O f f i c'e
NANCE Lic.& In- space, $1400. p/m 7.3 Dieel
sured. Residential or call Elmer Sanders,
commercial. Free realtor, Coldwell 552 135,000 miles
estimates special Banker JME Realty, Apartments For W~Ia l Exwl
winter rates 826- 682-4300 or 582- Sale
2298 1831 82-


556 706
Homes For Sale Livestock Supplies
FOR SALE House SQUARE BALE,
on 1 acre, 6 miles Bahia hay for sale,
north of Crestview Fert. & Shed kept
850-652-2732 dry, Baker, FL, All
INVESTMENT cut this summer
HOME must see, $3.50/Bale. 850-
renovated 3br Flora- 582-1054
la comer lot home,
neat design, re- AKC LABRADOR
stored wood, puppies- English
oak/pine trees, Block Heads All
beautiful azaleas, Colors Accepting
front and back Deposits, Ready
porch, carport, awn- Christmas- $350,
ings, near schools, Two Black Females
park, lake, peaceful, 9 mo. $150 850-
low traffic, relocat- 902-1861
ing. hayesss@au- AKC YORKIE
bum.edu, (334) 858- males, 1 year sweet,
5814 cuddly, 6-7 Ibs $700.
NEW BRICK Home 4 year very lovable
3Bd/2Ba double car 6-7 Ibs $400. OBO
garage, 1281 sq. ft. 652-4011
living area with FERRETS
many upgrades
$165,000 682-4341 FOR
or 956-2533 CHRISTMAS!
NICE BRICK 2 Adorable
3BD/3BA w/fire- neutered male
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1498 sq. ft. $20,000 0298
contact Linc 682-
4021 810
Computers
HP PAVILION
MX70 17" Monitor
325C Modem Key-
board, mouse, desk
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818
S- 7.._ Lawn Equipment
S NEW HOLLAND
Skid Steer, serious
inquiries only. Price
702 negotiable: 398-
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for rent. Six stalls,
electric, water,
lights. Hay bam. In
Baker 537-5592
704
Livestock
GREAT PYRON-
ESE pups, 6 wk. old,
$200 689-2063
706
Livestock Supplies
Billy Cook Ropihg
Saddle 16 1/2 in.
seat Stamped and
silver Brand new
accessories Sacri-
fice $475 259-0298
MASTERCRAFT
ULTIMATE show
saddle package
$1500 and 15" Blue
Ridge Trail saddle
$250 537-5592


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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
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video with case,
comes with brand
new speakers, re-
mote and more. Ac-
cessories included
$500 682-6860
ELECTRIC DRYER
GC $150, Refrigera-
tor top freezer $75,
wood burning fire-
place with chimney
pipe $100, drill press
$100 682-9086
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER solid oak,
holds up to 38" t.v.,
glass doors, draw-
ers, CD and cas-
sette holder, paid
$700 take $200,
537-2422


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Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE 2005 7
cu.ft. Electric Mortar
Mixer $1500 398-
5153, (318)305-
6868
FOR SALE Pro
Form 535 Treadmill
$50, Image 15.0Q
Treadmill $150,
11,000 BTU Whirl-
pool A/C $150 850-
305-8319/892-2111
ext. 175

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Miscellaneous
Wanted
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or near 682-0104


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Recreational

2004 HD Super-
glide, exc condition,
many extras, 13,800
miles $12,000obo,
826-0122.
FOR SALE 2006
Conquest pull be-
hind camper, 26 feet
long, 2 slide outs,
DVD player, sleeps
8 people, beautiful
camper everything
in excellent condi-
tion. Nice size bath-
room. Call 682-
3756 home after
4:30 pm or work
689-3768 ask for
Eloise, asking
$18,000

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A/C, Wooden inside.
In good condition.
All electronic.
EXCELu NT FOR LONG TRIPS
REDUCED! $5,000
368-0066

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
2003 EDDIE Bauer
Ford Expedition sun-
roof, rear entertain-
ment system, leath-
er and woodgrain in-
terior, power every-
thing, captain chairs
and third row seats,
fully loaded excel-
lent condition green
and gold, 79,000mi
asking $17,900 850-
306-5197

918
Trucks

1985 Dudge,
Long
Wheelbase
V-8
$1,200r"
850-537-9805
or
860-308s6-37


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Full power, Dual electric doors.
105,000 miles. Good tires.
850-682-0407


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Ice maker, New leather Recliners, Corian counter tops.
Top condition. 26,000 must see to appreciate.
850-682-9103 cell 850-830-2551.


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Auto Supplies
FOR SALE: (4) 18"
light wt. Alloy Tires
with rims universal
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682-5785 or 1-877-
219-4353
904
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cellent condition -
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682-2204 or 682-
3819
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$2500 546-
0789 or 689-0731


1992 34' FLEETWOOD BOUNDER
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$23,000 (obo) 758-5366


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1977 CJ5 JEEP
great condition
$2500 call 398-0962
82 GMC P/U & 89
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for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
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1142 or 850-598-
0520 if no answer
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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Girls soccer
Navarre at Crestview, 11 a.m.
Men's college basketball
Florida JUCO Shootout, Okaloosa-
Walton College vs. St. Pete, 6 p.m. at
Ocala
Sunday
Men's college basketball
Florida JUCO Shootout, Okaloosa-
Walton College vs. Manatee, 4 p.m. at
Ocala
Monday
Boys basketball
Crestview at Arnold Tournament,
3:45 p.m.
Tuesday
Boys basketball
Crestview at Arnold Tournament,
TBA
Laurel Hill at Baker, 7:15 p.m.

Photos
More photographs of local
sporting events can be seen
on the Internet at http://pic-
tureu2.dotphoto.com.

Little League
Online registration now is
available for the 2007
Crestview Little League
baseball and fast pitch soft-
ball seasons. The league
also will hold registration on
Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3
at the Crestview Little
League Complex. 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.
The league also is raising
funds for a new flagpole for
the Little League facility. The
current flagpole is not visible
from all fields during events.
Information about regis-
tration or the flagpole
fundraising drives availale
online at www.crestviewlittle-
league.com or by calling
423-1011.

Award nominees
Six local athletes were
school nominees for the
Wendy's High School
Heisman Award.
Ryan Hooper and Jessica
Ogilvie were nominated from
Crestview. David Langston
and Kendria Young were
nominated from Baker. Colby
Bridges and Rianna Flowers
were nominated from Laurel
Hill.
The Wendy's High School
Heisman Award is presented
annually to one male and
one female high school sen-
ior who best exemplify the
designation of scholar-citi-
zen-athletes.
Boys and girls entering
their senior year of high
school who have at least a
"B" grade average and par-
ticipate in at least one of 32
sports officially sanctioned
by the National Federation of
State High Schools are eligi-
ble. Students are judged on
their academic achieve-
ments, community and
school service and athletic
accomplishments.

State polls
Two local teams are
ranked in the Sun
Sports/FSN FSWA high
school basketball polls.
Laurel Hill (6-1) is ranked
10th in the Class 1A boys
poll. The Hoboes are one of
five teams in their regional
ranked in the top 10.
Baker (7-2) is ranked sev-
enth in the Class 2A girls
poll. The Gators holds the
highest ranking among
Region 1-2A teams, with
potential regional foes Ponce
de Leonand Cottondale.also
in the top 10.
The Crestview and Laurel
Hill girls teams didn't get any
votes, but both have wins
over ranked, teams.
Crestview beat Class 5A No.
9 Pace on Dec. 7. Laurel Hill
beat Class 1A No. 5 Central
on Nov. 14:

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District contests just target practice for LHS


Hoboes extend 1-1A -- ByS basketball --


winning streak to 33
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

LAUREL HILL Laurel Hill's
boys basketball players wear the
bull's-eye as the perennial favorite in
District 1-1A like a badge of honor.
The Hoboes turned away another
challenger to their district supremacy
Tuesday, crushing a shorthanded
Central team 80-37 in the LHS gym.
The Jaguars entered the game
unbeaten in district play.
Class 1A No. 10 Laurel Hill (6-1, 5-
0) faced another district challenge
late Friday at rival Paxton. The
Hoboes entered the contest against


the Bobcats with a 33-game winning
streak in district games (regular sea-
son and tournament) dating back to
the 2004 district tourney.
"That only puts fuel to the fire for
us," LHS coach Kent Zessin said.
"These guys are up to the challenge.
They want to earn the respect of the
fans and opponents and let them
know that even though we lost five
seniors, we're still pretty dam good.
"It's a goal for them to say, hey,
we're still the team to beat in the dis-
trict."
Central came to Laurel Hill with a
3-0 district record, but without top
scorer Keith Germann (illness).
Germann averages 18.3 points per
game.


"They will be a much better team
next time around," Zessin said. "I
guarantee it. You could tell there was
a missing piece out of that bunch
tonight."
The Jaguars (6-2 overall) stayed
close as long as they didn't miss any
shots. Central sank its first four field
goal attempts and a pair of free
throws to lead 11-9 early.
The Jaguars would not score again
for five minutes. Laurel Hill scored
18 straight points in the interim to
build a 27-11 advantage.
And the rout was on.
"We know if we play hard, we can
do that every time," senior center
Wyatt Lee said. "We ran the court
hard and played good defense."
See LHS, page 9


Sunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
Laurel Hill senior Wyatt Lee gets
grabbed while going up for a shot
Tuesday against Central.


Football


Baker not surprised


by realignment


Kyle wvrgntv ne News Dunlein
Crestview 125-pounder Kyle Miller (left) checks the score after earning a takedown against his
Niceville opponent on Thursday. Miller won by major decision.




Split decision


Crestview wrestlers

beat Rutherford,

fall to Niceville
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor,

Daniel Johnson has most
of his opponents crying
"uncle" during his sopho-
more year in the Crestview
wrestling program.
Johnson continued his
strong season in the 103-
pound division with a pair of
wins Thursday during the
Dawgs' three-way meet
against Rutherford and
Niceville in' the Davidson
Middle School gym.
Johnson's pin against his
Rutherford opponent
clinched the Dawgs' 48-36
victory,
He/won by fall against
Niceville for the last CHS
points in the Dawgs' 57-22
loss against the Eagles.
;' "I think I did pretty well,
but I try not to think about
what I do. I just try to help
out the team," Johnson said.
"I think the team did really
well. There are some things
we need to work on, but we
did well."
Johnson's performance
brought a smile to the face
of his uncle Jeff Fowler,
the CHS wrestling coach.
Fowler introduced his
nephew to the sport when he
moved to the Crestview area.
Johnson and his cousins


Kyle wngnu If ne [News oulleun
Crestview 103-pounder Daniel Johnson pins his Niceville
opponent on Thursday. Johnson went 2-0 on the night.


- Wrestling-
served as "rag doll" sparring
partners for former CHS star
Eric Flinchum during the
early days of the current
Bulldog wrestling program.
Johnson has bounced back
from a difficult freshman sea-
son and now boasts the sec-
ond-best record on the CHS
squad.
"He is just a totally differ-
ent kid all around, and his
wrestling on the mat is
impressive," Fowler said.
"He is wrestling at a different
level now. He is meeting his
potential."
Another Johnson on the
Dawgs' squad continued to
live up to his potential.
Crestview 140-pounder Nate
Johnson won twice in a
grand total of about 90 sec-
onds to improve to 14-2 for
his senior season. He needs
20 more wins to reach 100
career high school victories.


Nate Johnson hasn't just
beaten his opponents; he has
beaten them up.
He forced a 2006 state
qualifier to default because
of injury during the Capital
City Classic in Tallahassee
last weekend.
Nate Johnson's Niceville
opponent left the mat rub-
bing his elbow after getting
pinned on Thursday.
"Did fine," Nate Johnson
said. "No mistakes. Wrestled
clean. Against Rutherford,
we did great. Against
Niceville, we did as well as
we expected. A lot of guys
were a little intimidated, but
they went out and wrestled

as hard as they could."
Crestview's Kyle Miller
(125 pounds) and Kenny
Lindros (130) also went 2-0
on Thursday. The Dawgs (3-
3) competed without starting
171-pounder Artum Pazych,
who missed the meet with a
doctor appointment.


Holmes County,

Vernon join 1-2B
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor.,,

Bob Kellogg got a "been
there, done that" reaction
from his Baker football play-
ers when he informed them
of their new district oppo-
nents.
The FHSAA added
Holmes County and Vernon
to the Gators' District 1-2B
as partof a-.two-year-revi-
sion to the four-year classifi-
cation term that went into
effect starting with the 2005
season. The changes
take effect next sea-
son.
Baker competed in
a three-team district
with South Walton
and Northview for the
last two seasons.
"I can't say I got
much of a reaction IE
from the kids,"
Kellogg said. "I guess the
response was 'We play them
already.'"
Baker's 6-5 2006 season
included wins against
Vernon and Holmes County.
The Gators would have fin-
ished second in District 1-2B
under both the original align-
ment and the new alignment.
The top two teams in all dis-


Football District 1-2B
(2005-06)
Baker
Northview
South Walton
Football District 1-2B
(2007-08)
Baker
Holmes County
Northview
South Walton
Vernon

tricts qualify fos,the~FHSAA
football state playoffs.
"I look forward to it,"
Kellogg said. "Last year, we
beat everyone who is
going to be in the dis-
trict except Northview,
so I feel like we can be
competitive."
Kellogg sees two
other potential posi-
tives to the revamped
district. He now needs
LOGG to find only six oppo-
nents to fill out Baker's
schedule for the next two sea-
sbns. The Gators had to'find
eight nion-district foes for the
2005 and 2006 seasons.
A larger district also
means more room for error in
the race for the postseason.
"You could lose two games
and end up in a tie for that
See BAKER, page 9


Volleyball


Trio of local players

named to All-Stateteam


Combest, Maki

and Free honored
Special to the News Bulletin

Three local volleyball
players were named to the
Florida Sports Writers
Association's
All-State vol-
leyball
teams.
Baker jun-
ior Chelsea
Combest was
named to the
Class 2A
COMBEST Class 2A
third team.
Gator sophomore Preslee
Maki made the Class 2A hon-
orable mention list.
Laurel Hill sophomore
Katie Free was an honorable
mention choice in Class 1A.


FREE


MAKI


Combest evolved from
defensive specialist to a set-
ter-hitter-defender role for
the Gators.
Maki emerged as Baker's
top hitter during her first
varsity season.
Their efforts helped the
Gators to a 26-3 record and a
district championship.
Free led LHS in kills
throughout the season. She
helped the Hoboes tie for
first place in the District 1-1A
regular season standings.


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