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Publication Date: February 20, 2008
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Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Selfless
dedication to one's community
does not provide immunity to
good-natured pranks.
Especially when the prank
raises funds for local Relay For
Life efforts.
That's something Crestview
Mayor David Cadle found
out Monday morning when
a handsome pink and purple
commode mysteriously appeared
on his lawn in the Adams-Powell
neighborhood.
Cadle isn't a stranger to
pranks.
As Crestview High School's
long time band director, he'd
occasionally awake to find his
house had been rolled by toilet
paper-wielding pranksters.
Fortunately, a pink and purple
toilet is much. easier to dispose of.
All hizzoner needed to do is pay a
$10 removal fee to have the potty
taken away by the same CHS Key
Club members who delivered it.
For an extra $10 he could have
the commode routed to someone
else's lawn. For $10 more, he can
buy insurance against it returning
to his own.
It's all in good fun, and it's all
for a good cause.
Key Club adviser Dustin
Smith, a social studies, teacher
at Crestview High, said the
60-student group hopes to raise
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Dylan Keith gives his dad, Dustin a hand with the Relay For Life sign
on the lawn of Crestview Police Chief, Brian Mitchell. The two had just
delivered a potty that is part of the Crestview High School Key Club's
"Relay For Life" fundraiser.


Laurel Hill honors a "friend and mentor"'


"She has been a great addition
to the town ofLaurel Hill."
McDonald Campbell, longtime resident


Special to the News Bulletin
Retiring Laurel Hill City Clerk Shirley Simmons is pictured with
Mayor James Dunn in 2004, when she was named
"Citizen-of the Year".


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL When somebody's
as much a fixture in a community as its
infrastructure, you can't just let her retire
without acknowledging her contributions.
Laurel Hill Mayor James Dunn and City
Manager Tim Bolduc were not,about to let
beloved longtime city clerk Shirley Simmons
slip quietly into retirement without letting
her know how much she was appreciated.
From their own pockets, supplemented
by/ contributions from some like-minded
residents, the pair hosted a retirement party
for Simmons on Feb. 4 at the Laurel Hill First
Baptist Church.
' Joining Dunn and Bolduc in hailing
Simmons' accomplishments were current
council chairman Vizell Robbins, former
council chairwoman Christine Jowers, and
council members Johnny James and Wanda
"Kittie" Adams.
Simmons was thanked for her many years
of service and received a service plaque.
Several respected citizens in the community,
See MENTOR A4


County proposes



2008-09

school calendar

Calendar is a topic at Feb. 25
meeting of School Board
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
FORT WALTON BEACH The Okaloosa School
District will discuss the proposed 2008-09 school year
calendar at its School Board meeting on Feb. 25.
The preliminary calendar shows the school year
beginning on Aug. 18 and running through June 4,
2009. Of a total of 209 days, the calendar includes
26 holidays during which schools will be closed and
three teacher work days in which pupils will not be
in class.
Holidays include the week of Nov. 24-28 for
Thanksgiving; Dec. 19-Jan. 2, 2009, for Christmas;
and Mar. 20-April 3, 2009, for spring break.
Under the proposed calendar, teachers will have a
five-day work week Aug. 11-15 before school opens,
plus two days (June 5 and 8, 2009) after the last day
of class.
Other work days include Oct. 20, 2008, Jan. 16 and
March 27, 2009.
Grading periods on the calendar to be presented
Monday will run Aug. 18 to Oct. 17; Oct. 18 to Jan.
15, 2009; Jan. 16 to March 26, 2009; and March 27 to
June 4, 2009.
The School Board will meet Monday, Feb. 25,
at 4 p.m. at the Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Crestview.

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proposed 2008-09 school
calendar in Local A4



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Chamber members and city officials tossed shovels of dirt during groundbreaking ceremonies for the
chamber's new building that will soon be constructed on Commerce Drive near the Crestview Community Center.


Ground broken for Chamber's new home


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -
Members of the Crestview
Area Chamber of
Commerce were gleeful
Friday afternoon.
After a multi-year
effort that began under
the leadership of previous
Chamber President Foy
Shaw, a small crowd of
members, community
leaders and supporters
gathered for the
groundbreaking of the
Chamber's new home.
Shortly before the
ceremony, executive
director Wayne Harris
learned the new facility's
address was officially to
be 1447 Commerce Drive.
"The Chamber of
Commerce on zCommerce
Drive is so fitting," Harris
said.
The new facility
will arise on the comer
of Farmer Road and
Commerce .Drive across
from the Crestview
Community Center. The
site presently contains
some of the community
center parking lot.
. Current Chamber
President Mike Roy.
praised Foy, "who had the
vision," as well as his own
predecessors, Craig Shaw
and Tim Bryant. .


what's


From staff reports

TODAY
BLOOD DRIVES: for the
Northwest Florida Blood
Center are:
Wednesday, Feb. 20,
Baker School, 12 p.n. to 6
p.m.
Call,862-4216 for details.

FEBRUARY
CRESTVIEW RELAY


"This is really exciting,"
Roy said.
"The very fact that
there is a heed for a larger
Chamber of 'Commerce
building speaks 'of the
continued growth of
'Crestview and the north
end of the. county," said
Mayor David Cadle in his
remarks.
"We are on the leading
edge of the growth of
Okaloosa County," Cadle
continued. "I salute
the vision of Chamber
members ... and I salute
the city staffers who
worked so diligently
to make this happen
today."
.Past and present
Chamber members, the
mayor and several city'
council members then
grasped gold-plated
shovels and hoisted a
load of dirt onto the
civic, center parking
lot, officially marking
the commencement of
construction.
The new building is
expected to be ready for
the Chamber to move in
by this fall.
As guests gathered
for cake, soft drinks and
discussion after the brief
ceremony, Harris joked,
"We'll be done if you
want to come back next
week to cut the ribbon!"


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FOR LIFE MEETING: A 6
p.m. Steering Committee
meeting will be held
Thursday, Feb. 28 at the
American Legion, 898
E. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview. Call 244-3813 for
details.
OFFICE SPACE
WORKSHOP: The
Okaloosa County Board of
Commissioners will meet
to review the office space
needs of the tax collector


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needfor a larger Chamber of

Commerce building speaks of the

continued growth of Crestview and

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Crestview Mayor David Cadle spoke briefly about the
growth of Crestview and the Crestview Chamber of
Commerce at the groundbreaking on Friday.


and property appraiser in
south Okaloosa County
on Feb. 26 at 1 p.m. The
workshop will be held in the
Commission Conference
room (3rd floor), at 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd., in Ft.
Walton Beach.
Proposals for spaces
are being collected in
Purchasing Department
and will-be reviewed. If you
would like more information,
call 689-5960.
DANCING DVD
RELEASEID: Destin resident
Chuck Reed has released a
three-disk dance instruction
DVD titled, "How to Dance
with Two Left Feet: A
Comprehensive Guide to
Dancing in the Real World."


It's available at retail outlets
throughout the Emerald
Coast and online at.www.
realworlddancing.com
and amazon.com. Reed
made the disks with real
people in mind, taking "the
awkwardness out of learning
to dance and teaches
people how to dance to any
style of music, with anybody,
every time."
LOCAL OUTREACH
MOVES: Shelter House,
Inc.'s outreach program has
moved to 188 N. Main St.
in Crestview. Call 683-0845
for details,on services such
as confidential shelter,
counseling, children's ,
services and more. Their fax ,.
number is 683-4172.


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Military Appreciation

Day plans being made


A new organization
dedicated to helping
veterans and active
military personnel met
to plan an "Appreciation
Day" on May 17, Armed
Forces Day.
A bevy of high-profile
volunteers, including
Crestview Mayor
David Cadle, met at
the Crestview library
to discuss plans for the
event at the Old Spanish
Trail Park. There will be
entertainment, food and
vendors.
.Helen McKenna,
president of The Friends
of the Military, said the
young men and women


returning from Iraq "are
not getting the help they
need. And we need to
help our veterans." She
said the emphasis of the
new organization will be
to provide information
about professional
services.
The other officers of the
organization are: Fund
Raising, Mary Mancini;
Membership, Malcolm
Haynes; Public Relations,
Bob Allen; Secretary, Rae
Schwartz; Treasurer, Bob
Lynn.
The next meeting of
The Friends of the Military
will be on Monday, March
17, at 1 p.m. at the library.


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%J^.presents flag
Special to the News Bulletin
-k : Representing the Republican Women of Okaloosa,
Federated, 2nd Vice President Kathy Foster (left) pre-
sented Youth Village Executive Director Nellie Bogar
\ Iwith an American flag for the village. Youth Village
is an after school and summer program for children
ages 6 to 15.


Studymeasures Eglin's economic impact


Special to the News Bulletin

Eglin Air Force Base
and Hurlburt Field
have an annual County
Economic Impact .of
$6.6 billion, .according
the findings Enterprise
Florida released in' a
study it commissioned the
University of West Florida
(*UWF) Haas Center to
conduct last September.
Other revelations:
Military and
defense's economic
impact has increased by
more than 9 percent per
year since 2003, the last ,
period evaluated'
The industry can
expect continuous
growth, reaching an
economic impact of $59.5
billion by 2010.


Military and defense
continues to be one
of Florida's leading
growth industries. It
now has an economic
impact of more than
$52 billion, supporting
more than 723,000 jobs
and generating $1 billion
in local and state tax
revenue.
"This new study
reinforces that the amount
and size of the military
and defense industry
in our state is one of
Florida's most important
economic drivers," said
Rick Harper, the Haas
Center's director of
business research and
economic development.
Regarding Florida's
regions, the study notes
that defense-related


"This new study reinforces that the amount
and size of the military and defense
industry in our state is one of Florida's most
important economic drivers."


spending drives gross
regional product,
accounting for 35
percent in Northwest, 18
percent in the Northeast,
5 percent in Central
Florida, and 3 percent in
South Florida. All but six
counties have at least $3
million per year in direct
defense spending.
The study reports these
local figures:
Okaloosa County:
Eglin AFB & Hurlburt
Field
Total defense


- Rick Harper,the Haas Center
at the University of West Florida
spending: $2,242.5 Million
Average military
wage: $81,300
County Economic
Impact: $6.6 Billion
Santa Rosa County:
Naval Air Station
Total defense
spending: $86.5 Million
Average military
wage: $99,800
County Economic
Impact: $856.8 M
The Florida Defense
Industry Economic Impact
Analysis is available at
www.floridadefense.org.


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tradition and core values,


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system, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
She is the daughter of
Chester Williams Jr., and
granddaughter of Chester
Williams, both of Crestview.
Williams is a 2007 graduate of
Crestview High School.

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Williams has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in .
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill
and ceremony, marching,
rifle marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
She is the daughter
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and granddaughter of
Chester Williams Sr., both of
Crestview. Williams is a 2007
.graduate of Crestview High
School.

Erica L. Harrison
Erica L. Harrison has
joined the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program gives
young men and womdn the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
rew soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward
a college education. After.
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
Harrison, a 2007 graduate
of Crestview Senior High
School will report to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.,
for basic training in January
2008.
She is the daughter of
Billy and Willie Harrison of
Crestview.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008


Teachers like early release days
Educators cite benefits, but many parents are inconvenienced


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -
Many elementary school
teachers throughout the
county. agree early release
days s sometimes the
bane of. working parents'
are. beneficial both for
their own professional.
development and for their.
students.
. llore than l00edtucators
representing 2 3elementa ry
schools throughout the
cq..nty were surveyed for
a report to be presented
at the Okaloosa School
District Board meeting in
Crestview on Monday.
Of those, 521 stated
they felt the professional
development wotld
be beneficial in raising
student achievement, the
report says.
The report was
prepared by the district's
director of curriculum,
Dr. Diane Kelley, and
chief officer of quality
assurance and curriculum
Guyla Hendricks.
Respondents were
asked to answer six
questions, which were
both quantitative and
qualitative in nature, the
report said.
Teachers' responses
said early release days:
Allow schools to
focus on specific needs;
Allow time for
collaboration with
colleagues;


Are convenient for
participants;
Are good for follow-
up and implementation
because resources are also
,school-based;
Provide'exposure to
,,new strategies and 'tools
" for teaching; "
7 HaVe been more than
:"one shot" workshops;,
and
Allow for making
in-roads into established
gpals.
The report said teachers
feel the workshops should
do more to address
reluctant learners and
special needs students;:
offer more tips on,
classroom management;
.,should not be held near
FCAT time; and. should
be more specific to grade
levels.
Teachers comments
include:
"These opportunities
have re-energized my
teaching."
"Coming together as
a building, we are learning
more about what we do
individually and so, can
support our school's needs
collectively."
"It affords many
professional development
opportunities that we
would not. otherwise
have."
"Collegial conver-
sations occurred that
otherwise would not
have."-
"The more we learn,


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the more we can help
students learn."
Teachers also thought
the training opportunity
afforded by early release
days -sends the message
that teachers are valued
and that they value their'
own learning."
Teachers did recognize
early release days for
elementary school
students put. a burden
on working parents,. who
.-rmust arrange childcare.
"Taking a' whole day
every other month or so"
might be easier tor parents
with childcare, and better
for in-depth training,"
was a suggestion teachers'
;made.
Some, though, said
"I'd prefer to stay in class
with my students, not lose
instructional time,"
With 80.8 percent of
the: teachers surveyed
wanting to see the
program continue next
year, it seems likely
parents will occasionally
have to arrange early
childcare in the new
school year.
The belief is that
teachers' professional
development afforded
by early release days
contributes to improved
student achievement.
The teachers hope the
parents' inconvenient
day of arranging early
childcare results in
smarter, better-educated
kids.


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Mayor David Cadle


more than $1,000 towaid
the fight against cancer
during the "Traveling
Potty" project. It's the
lead-up to.the club's team
participation in the April
18-19 Relay For Life in Old
Spanish Trail Park.
"It was a very lovely
surprise when I drove up,"
laughed Mayor Cadle of
his new lawn ornament. "I
liked it so much I thought
I might keep it."
"I know it's for a good
cause," he acknowledged.
, The mayor was in good
company. The same day hiis
potty appeared, Keith and
his students also delivered
one each to Police Chief
Brian Mitchell and Street
Crimes Unit commander
Lt. Joseph Floyd.
"I think this thing will
snowball from here,"
Keith said. "I think we're
going to have to get more
toilets."
As for who paid the
$10 for each toilet to be
delivered, well, the News
Bulletin is protecting its
confidential source deep
within- the' halls of city
government.
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Crestview provided the
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Dr. Mabel Jean Morrison,
the city's 2007 Citizen of
the Year, and McDonald'
Campbell, a former Citizen
of the Year, were on- hand
to thank Simmons for her
service to the community.
Simmons' family
was also present for the
occasion.
"She has been a real
asset to the 'city for sure,"
Bolduc said. "She will be
greatly missed around
here.
"Not only was she the
best kind of co-worker,
but she was a mentor and'
a friend. You can replace
people to do a job, but it
makes it tough when it's a
friend who's leaving."
Said Campbell: "She's
always been so wonderful.
She was so helpful when


we were planning, the
Laurel Hill Centennial:
She was just so cooperative
and so helpful."
For her, part, Shirley
Simmons is enjoying her
well-earned retirement,
which comes after 15 years
of cumulative service to
Laurel Hill.
"I'm enjoying' being
off," Simmons said. "But
I miss working with the
staff that are there."
Now that she has the
time, Simmons plans to
catch up on a bunch of
reading.
"I'm a homebody and
I always have been," she
said.
Simmons has retired
before. Three years ago
she concluded 30 years
of service as pastor at the
First Assembly in Laurel


Hill. She 'remains active
in the church,.teaching an
adult Sunday school class.
Simmons is proud of
her accomplishments at
City Hall, including efforts
to land water and housing
grants, but she is quick to
point out it wasn't all her
doing.
"I don't consider
anything my own
accomplishments," she
said. "It wasn't just me, it
was everybody working
together."
"She has been a great
addition to the town of
Laurel Hill, I'll tell you,"
said Campbell, who has
lived in Laurel Hill ,most
of her life. "I don't know
anybody that doesn't
like Miss Simmons. Most
people highly respect
her."


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in Knowledge Masters competition


Special to the News Bulletin
Rev. T.V. Kolmetz's birthday is Feb. 19; Jean was born on March 1.


Kolmetz birthday celebration


You are invited
to attend a birthday
celebration for Rev.
Thomas and Mrs. Jean
Kolmetz on Sunday,
Feb. 24 at the Westside
Assembly of God


at 179 Kit Drive in
Crestview.
Mrs. Kolmetz is 78;
Rev. Kolmetz is 82.
The event starts
with 9:45 a.m. Sunday
School and 10:45 a.m.


morning worship.
Lunch is at 12 noon;
please bring a covered
dish to share.
Call Victor Kolmetz
at 689-3302 for more
information.


Moore and Russell to wed


Mary Lollie of scheduled to take place
Ponce" de Leon, Fla. in Crestview on April 5,
and Harold Moore of 2008.


Baker announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Amy Renee
Moore, to Jeremy
Theodore Russell, both
of Crestview. Jeremy is.
the son of Jerry and the
late .Mollie Russell of
Mossy Head.
The wedding is


Mary graduated
from Baker School and
received her A.S. degree
in nursing and A.A.
degree from Okaloosa-
Walton College. She
will graduate from
the University of West
Florida in May with
a bachelor of science


degree in nursing.
She works as a senior
community health nurse
at the Walton County
Health Department.
Jeremy graduated
from Dixon High School
in Dixon, Mo., and
received a bachelor's
degree in management
from Troy University.
He is co-owner of Otto
A/C & Heating.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Antioch Academic Team gathered and entered the Winter Knowledge
Masters competition with positive results. This inspired group, led by Mr.
Teal, has placed third in the district and fifth in the state. They are (back
row) Alexander Dianat, Jared Bufkin, Andrew Tucker, Nekia Gooden, Eddie
Hermandez, Kayla Brown, Mr. Teal; (third row) Philipp Geier, Joshua Kitchens,
Rachel Pan, Jill Cumbia, Cristina Metral, Alyssa Frazier; (second row) Tyler
James, Kylie Bushaw, Esther Hunker, Lauren Maine, Brett Gileau; (first row)
Charissa Cannonier, Matthew Kimm, A. J. Ramos, Brandon Johnson. Absent are
lan Stouteriburgh, Sierra Lloyd and Ariel Thweatt.



Career & College seminar in Baker


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Deciding
what to do. after high
school is one of the biggest
decisions a person makes in
a lifetime.
Through Career and
College seminars at
area high schools, the
Education Committee
of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce has
been helping high school
students and their parents
make sense of the myriad
of options available.
The next seminar will
be held Feb. 26, from 5:30
to 7 p.m. at the .Baker
Recreation Center. The First
National Bank of Crestview
will provide food and
beverages.
"One of the reasons
we decided to do this is
we wanted to provide
students with knowledge
of the opportunities
available to them when
they graduate high school,"
said committee chairperson
Susan Shaw, marketing
communications director
for University of West
Florida / Emerald Coast.


"We wanted to see the
'our students stay here
in Okaloosa County. It's
kind of like what we call
'grow your own.' We don't
want to lose generations to
outside influences. We want
to help students realize the.
opportunities available
right here in the Crestview
area."
The seminar is designed
for both students and their
parents.
"We're providing
information to parents and
students about career and
college options," Shaw
said.
Representatives of
construction, healthcare,
CHOICE programs,
aerospace and technology
industries will be- at the
session to answer questions
and make presentations.
Included will be
information about applying
to colleges.
"It's very complicated
now," said Shaw.
The program is not
restricted to juniors or
seniors.
"It's for anyone in high
school," Shaw explained.
"It never hurts to get started


early."
A representative from
Okaloosa-Walton College
will speak about the
school's dual-enrollment
program.
"It really gives a kids,
a jump on their college
careers," Shaw said. "A
good way for kids not to be
intimidated by college is to
go ahead and do some of it
in high school."
There is no need to pre-
register for the Career and
College Seminar.
"Just show up,". Shaw
encouraged.


DETAILS:
What: "Free Career &.
College Night, sponsored
by the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
When: Tuesday, Feb. 26,
5:30 7 p.m.
Where: Baker Recreation
Center (not at Baker
School)
High, school students
and their parents are
encouraged to attend.
Dinner provided courtesy
of First National Bank of
Crestview


The following ad valorem tax exemptions are available to qualifying
properties, individuals, and institutions. To receive an exemption this
tax year, proper application must be made in the Property Appraiser's
Office no later than March 3.2008.

- Homestead Exemption
- Additional Homestead Exemption for those 65 years of age
and older with a household adjusted gross income of $24,916
or less. Social Security income may not count (call for details)
- Widows, widowers, and blind persons exemptions
- Exemption for total and permanently disabled persons
- Exemption for certain total and permanently disabled veterans
and their surviving spouses
- Exemptionr for disabled veterans with 10 percent or greater
service connected'disabilities (also applies to surviving spouses)
- Exemption for disabledveterans confined to wheelchairs
- Charitable, religious, scientific, and literary exemptions
- Historic property exemption
- Hospital, nursing home, and homes for special services exemptions
- Nonprofit homes for the aged exemption
- Proprietary continuing care facility exemption
- Low-Income housing property exemption
- Educational property exemption
- Labor organization property exemption
- Charter school exemption
- Community center exemption
- Economic development exemption
- Not-for-profit sewer and water company property exemption


For additional information, call
the Exemption Department in
Fort Walton Beach at (850) 651-7240;
or in Crestview at (850) 689-5900;
or visit our Web site at www.okaloosapa.com
Our office makes every effort to insure that property owners
are made aware of all exemptions for which they may qualify.
Again, as slated above, in order to receive the exemptions this
year, applications must be filed In our office by the
March 3, 2008 statutory deadline.


Pete Smith, CFA
Okaloosa County
Property Appraiser


Local students on UWF honor roll


The following Okaloosa County students
University of West are listed below.
Florida area students BAKER: Savanna
were recognized on Boyles, Molly Howze,
the fall semester 2007 Kristen Kilcrease
President's Honor Roll. CRESTVIEW: Nicholas
All undergraduate :.i Barlotta, Angela Bowdren,
students who earn a grade Kelly Brown, Kendra
point average equal to Buczynski, Leonora
-or greater than 3.9 on a :Claudio, Amanda Cooney,
minimum of six semester Margrit 'Cripe, Thomas
hours of graded ("A-F") Dunkle, Jennifer Helmich,
coursework at UWF. Wendy Morgan, Vicki
are recognized; North Ortiz;;, Paige Parker,


Madeline Perry, Deborah
Poynor, Nicole Pratt,
Nicole Randolph, Paula
Richard, Mary Rousset,
Jeri Sloan, Melissa
Sperry, Crystal St. Pierre,
Sarah Swiatek, Emily
Tomaszewski, Melissa
Trautman, Martin Vickers,,
Mary Walters -
'HOLT: Robert Barnes,
Stacy Burlison
LAUREL HILL: Kassy
Purvis


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H.S./MISC.
COLLEGE GOALtSUNDAY:
On Sunday, Feb. 24' from 1 to
4 p.m.i at Okaloosa-Waltohi
College, College Goal Sunday,
a free statewide event, will
provide expert assistance filling
out the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a
form needed to receive federal
and state financial aid for college
tuition. '
It will be held in Building
C-2 on the Niceville campus at
100 College Blvd. : .
Not only.will students have
a chance to win more than,
$1,000 in on-site scholarships,
but they'll also receive credible
and reliable information about
grants, work study programs.
and scholarships to pay foer
college.
"By getting access to free or
low-interest money, students can
reduce their exposure to high
interest loans and huge debts
after graduation," said Need
Unit Director Cynthia Williams,
!Office of Student Financial
Assistance.
To find out what documents
to bring, visit www.fldoe.org/
collegegoalsunday.
OWC COLLEGIATE HS
ADMISSION: The priority
application period for Fall 2008
admission to the Collegiate
High School at Okaloosa-Walton
College ends Feb. 29. Space is
limited. Admission packets are


at www.owcollegiatehigh.org or
call (850) 729-4949. If necessary,
an admissions lottery for
February applicants will be held
March 10.:
PACE FUND-RAISER: Pace
High SchoolProject Graduation
is sponsoring a scrapbook kit
'fund-raiser to help raise money
foir the graduation night event.
... Each kit contains a 12x12 linen
scrapbook and 10 embellished
pages, ready for assembly. An
all-day crop scheduled for
kit fee for those who choose
: to attend.: Deadline for orders
is March 1. For order forms,
please contact Donna Carr at
994-1920 or Shelley Price at
995-1650.
REPUBLICAN WOMEN
SCHOLARSHIP: A $500.00
scholarship has been established
by the Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated to assist
an Okaloosa County female
high school senior to pursue her
college education. The deadline
to apply is April 15.
Eligibility requirements:,
Be admitted to a college
of her choice Have a history
of volunteer community service
and/or political involvement
Have maintained a minimum
3.0 grade point average Be a
registered Republican Have
a recommendation by the
principal, counselor or teacher
Application requirements:


form


* A completed application


A completed counselor's


form
Three letters of
recommendation from non-
relatives
A 500-word essay on
Americanism
An official school transcript
of last seven semesters, verifying
cumulative grade point average.
A Statement of
Understanding signed by the
student and her sponsor.
More about this scholarship
and a application form can be
found at www.rwof.org or by
contacting Marijo Strauss at
850-651-5743 or mstra68337@aol.
com.

UWF
CALENDAR: Feb. 20 Free
Senior Student Recital: Samuel
Park, violin, 7:30 p.m. in the
UWF Music Hall in the CFPA,
Building 82.
Feb. 21 Free Genius Loci
Series: "Contemporary. Jazz:
A Historical View" lecture
by Lula Lewis at' 4:30 p.m.
in the University Commons
Auditorium, Building 22. She
will be joined for a performance
by the Florida State University
Jazz Combo #1.
Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m.: Free
UWF Symphonic Band concert
at the Mainstage Theatre in the
CFPA, Building 82.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008


Stop

Tessa Brown
Richbourg Middle School

Can't we all just get
along?
Would that make the
world we live in too
simple?
Or is it the fact that our
human minds wouldn't
be able to cope with that
kind of complication?
Hmmmm.,
'(Since these little
letters are words, you
probably didn't realize
my sarcasm.)
Is the human race so
violent because of our
violent historic ancestors?.
No. Of course not (more
sarcasm).
The violence comes
from, of course,
TELEVISION! And yet
again, WRONG!
The violence doesn't


the

come from television. It
comes from people. What
did television ever do to
you but kill brain cells?
Absolutely NOTHING!
Television doesn't hurt
people, guns, don't hurt
people, bombs don't hurt
people, (okay well bombs
do hurt people but only if
they are set). -
So, do objects hurt
people? No. people hurt
people. (Well, robots do
too, but that's not the
point!)
Lately a very small
number, a few students
at Richbourg, have been
getting into fight after
stupid fight. They are
either caused by some
stupid reason that they
argue over, or an even
'more stupid reason that
they have to physically
beat each other.


Violence


Usually the fights
start with, "Your mom is
so....!"
"Don't talk about my
Mom like that!"
"I'll talk about her all
I want, like the fact that
she...."
That's usually the way
they start out.
I've also noticed that
the male students get in
the most fights. Yet when
girls break out in fights, it
gets so much worse. Hair
is pulled and faces, are
scratched with long red
fingernails. OOOooooOO!
I haven't talked about the
consequences. OOOooO!
FUN!
If the fight isn't too bad,
then the students involved
get in-school suspension.
If it's bad, like girl
fights can sometimes be,
students involved would


get actual suspension. If
it's so bad that charges
could be pressed, then
students can be expelled.
The consequences
are NOT something you
want to face. So don't
start a fight, don't let
yourself become a victim,
and maybe we can stop
campus violence not
just here on our campus,
but on any campus.
I find the following
quote to be most insightful.
I leave you these words:
"I object to violence
because when it appears to
do good, the good is'only
temporary; the evil it does is
permanent." Mahatma
Gandhi

Tessa Brown is an eighth-
grade student and first-
year journalism student.


Southside honor students


A Honor Roll
First Grade: Logan Bollinger,
Gracie Crawford, Katie Franklin,
Cynika Hendrix, C.J. Minton,
Lauren Redding, Julia Sanders,
Honglien Tran, Joseph Watson.
Second Grade: Kayla
Baggett, Peyton Cole, Colin
Esmonde, Kyle Hall,' Aaron
Jagielski, Jacob Johns, Collin
Jones, Alexandrea Reed,
Malayna Stringer, Rebecca
Teboe, Justice Woods, Katelyn
Wynn.
Third Grade: Trevor Bryant,
Katie Castleberry, Ashanti Davis,
Sean Gallina, Daniel-Pfauth.
Fourth Grade: Jovontae
Griffin.
Fifth Grade: Tawnaca
Chambers, Sebastian Lee,
Jenna Rogers, Robby Wood,
Taylor Young.

A-B Honor Roll
First Grade: Skylar Adains,


James Archer, Rheanna Austin,
Jessika Axelson, Sabrenna
Bentley, Daiyanna Bey,. JR
Brandenburg, Kelly Castleberry,
Samantha Deskin, Eve
Fleischer, Zoe Fleischer, Noah'
Frank, Devon Gallardo, Hale'
Hall, lolani Hardin, Davina Hay,
Nicholas Hess, Justin Knoll,
Hayden Krajacic, Johnson Liu,
Cody Morton, Nathan Olsen,
Brooke Shetler, Daniel Spence,
Madelyn Stuckey, Ayanna
Sylverain, Shaleea Watson, AJ
Way, Braden Woollums, Andrew
Wright.
Second Grade: Rebecca
Berry, Brianna Bounds, Javier
Caban, Michaela Cain, Jorge
"Carballo, Samantha Cooke,
Irving Dqnaldson, Victoria
Drake, Destiny Edwards, Ethan
Garrett, Jonathan Glisson, Sarah
Gurgues, Kollin Hall, Benita
Harrison, Ariah Hendrix, Nicole
Kiser, Ke'Shon McQueen, Hunter
Nichols, Matthew Nusbaum,


Madison Odom, Austin Saylor,
Christopher Smith, Emily
Summers, Aliyah Waldo, Nickolas
Walters, Patricia Wisenbaker,
Madison-Wright, Abbey Young.
Third Grade: Tyler
Angermuller, James Camp, Dylan
Edmondson, Colton Gaffard,
Cole Hewitt, Anthony Jett, Fallyn
Kastner, Tyler Knights, Kititad
Lamung Kin, Tristan Lennqad,
Michelle Liu, Mileiska Martinez,
Caden Mulcahy, Seung Eun
Park, Tamia Parker, Kevin
Pham, Arianna Robbins, Conner
Rudolph, Caroline Sanders,
Thomas Schmoldt, David
Siglock, Taylor Stanley, Eva
Stetler, Stephen Trexler, Caitlyn
Watts, Destiny Weaver, Sierra
Weaver, Netaya Winston, Bailey
Woollums.
Fourth Grade: Stephanie
Barrett, Bayne Burges, Ivie
Donaldson, Jordan Ducharme,
Haley Evans, Cody Faraci, Alex
Fife, Faith Fudge, Breanna


Laurel Hill School honor


A Honor Roll
1st Grade:-Aplin, Keagan /
Reed, Lexis / Smith, Alexandria
/ Southard, Tyler / Varnum,
Madison
2nd Grade: Edge, Darby /
Rosen, Justin / Smith, Shanna /
Speck, Skyler
3rd Grade: Fortune,
Jessianne / Whitten, Christopher
4th Grade: Stevenson, Halie
5th Grade: Ripley, Honesty
6th Grade: Barlow, Clay
/ Collinsworth, Chloe / Gortt,
Danielle / Rilee, Danielle
7th Grade: Hand, Robert /
Presley, Dakota
8th Grade: Fortune, Daniel /
Jerkins, Jeremy / Vann, Colton
12th Grade: Griggs, Allici


A-B Honor Roll
1st Grade: Barrow, Taylor /
Cook, Kendall / Davis, Jacelyn /
Gray, Brendan / Kemp, Natalie /
Lundy, Shawn / Peaden, Savana
/ Steele, Mark / Weisz, Logan Y
Williams, Madison
2nd Grade: Bowen, Courtney
/ Clary, Jarrett / Davis, Damien /
Davis, Lane / Engen, Savannah
/ Estes, Ferrin / Hejsler, Jesse /
Joy, Ashlyn /Joy, Bailee / Mitchell,
Tyler / Noah, Angel / Perez,
Jacob / Wellman, Mackenzie /
Whitegon, Kristin
3rd Grade: Aplin, Ayonna
Bly, Dakota./ Green, Sarah
/ Gunter, Landon / Harris,
Syderrickiah / Jones, Dicoda /
Mitchell, Lauren / Peacock, Andie
/ Thompson, Courtney / Welsh,
Rachel / Welsh, Rebecca"
4th Grade: Edge, Reise


/ Hudson, Kayleigh / Lundy,
Cory / Pool, Zachery / Pursley,
Brandon / Snow, Sarah / Wright,
Benjamin
5th Grade: Bly, Remington
/ Boone, Mikayla / Doris, Jessy
/ Goodwin, Amanda / Hatfield,
Ashley / Henderson, Samantha',
/ Lewis, Summer / Lundy, Ethan
/ Meeks, Morgan / Okkema,
Jamie / Saylor, Christian / Taylor,
Anthony / Zessin, Bridget
6th Grade: Fickett, Jessica /
Gunter, Claire / Harrison, Taylor /
Sayers, Joshua / Steele, Aaron /
Talaric, Chloe / Williams, Jesse,
7th Grade: Carr, Alex / Clark,
Caitlin / Cunningham, John /
Goodwin, Ashley / Grezlik, Tyler
. / Hammonds, Sabrina / Harrison,
Grant / Kendrick, Christina /
Lewellyn, Matthew / McLeod,
Ashley / Morgan, Stephen /


Guthrie, Chris Hammo Erica
Harrell, Elijah Hendrix, Kyle
Jagielski, Anna Klemkosky,
BethanyLodge,TierraMays, Shea
McNally, Rean Montescarlos,
Justus Palko, Nathan Runyan,
Katie Saueressig, Luke Shetler,
Tyler Stanley, Lauren Steele,
Nicole Toliver, Justice white,
Dominic Wilding-Lagermann,
Shelby Wilson, Devin Wimmer,
Breanna Wright, Kyler Young.
Fifth Grade: Livia Chapman,
Kyla Colmon, Kory Disney,
Ashley Harbin, Moesha Harvery,
Robert Hewitt, Anthony Jacobs,
Paige Landry, Amy Liu, Luisi
Martinez, Archie Moore, Su Park,
Jakeem Peoples, Erin Pettit,
Kyle Schluer, Claire Shetler,
Spencer Singletayr, Vinnie
Trexler, Sophie von dem Bach,
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Bob Jones
Richbourg M.S..Principal

Richbourg Middle
School invites all incoming
fifth-grade students and
their parents to attend its
Showcase of Excellence
on Thursday, at 6 p.m.
The showcase provides
opportunity before
preregistration for fifth-
gradestudentsandparents
to see what Richbourg
has to offer in academics,
elective courses, sports,
and extracurricular
opportunities.
Students will get to tour
the campus, meetteachers,
coaches, administrators,
and Richbourg students
who will show and tell
them about elective and
extracurricular offerings.
Richbourg, an A+-
school, is rich in tradition
and has a reputation
for excellence. Unique.
to RMS is the CHOICE
programs mode;
construction technology
and introduction to
computers are offered to
6th graders. As students
advance to' 7th and 8th
grades, they may take


other RMS CHOICE
courses such as culinary
arts, Construction
Technology 2 and 3 and
aerospace.
Also unique to
Richbourg Middle School
is its BIRD, Building
Independent Readers
Daily, class; it is a
30-minute daily literacy
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activities, teachers read a
novel to the students each
nine weeks. The entire
school gets involved,
which makes reading,
fun.
RMS has a well-
balanced curriculum
designed to provide for
its diverse population.
In addition to gifted
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programs, we also provide
* courses to meet the
specific needs of our at-
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Associate of Science in
Nursing degree at the end
of the fall term. Associate
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Special to the News Bulletin
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Nursing graduate Tammy
Suggs of Florala, Ala.
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from Linda Whitenton,
OWC Associate Dean of
Health Technology and
.Difector of Nursing, at
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Crestview are Debbie laboratory component
Bergeron and Rebecca of the nursing program,
Castleberry. The Academic Excellence
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who received special to the graduate with
recognition included the highest grade point
Susan Cox of Shalimar, average, both overall and
who received the Clinical in nursing courses, with'
Excellence Award, and excellence demonstrated
Rebecca Castleberry of in theory and knowledge
Crestview, who received comnetencies. .


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A competitor leads her horse to the arena during
the open horse show Feb. 9 at Baker.


Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
TWo tennis players prepare to return serve during
the free clinic Feb. 9 at the Baker Area
Recreation Association.


Busy day at Baker

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The facilities at the Baker. Area Recreation
Association got full use on Feb. 9.
A free clinic on the recently resurfaced tennis courts
drew more than 50 players.
Down the road, equine lovers filled the stables and
arena for an open horse show.
Area tennis enthusiast John Ahearn organized
the tennis clinic. United States Tennis Association
professionals led the activities.
"We wanted to do anything we could to try to get
some people out to utilize the courts," said Doug
Barthel, the USTA's Okaloosa County representative.
"So we decided to do a free clinic and try to get some
people playing."
Organizers hope to form leagues based at the Baker
facility. Those interested can contact Melanie Lewis at
537-9844.


Crestview Police
Dept. crime reports
12/26: Monica Marie
Pickens, 29, of 327 Oakview
Place, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked.
12/27: Wendy K. Brooks,
36, of 2969 Aplin Road,
Crestview, was charged with
knowingly driving while license
suspended or revoked. *
Robert H. Allen, 19, of 109
Randolph Court, Crestview,
was charged with aggravated
battery on a pregnant victim
(domestic violence).
12/28: Sarah Johanna
Mount, 33, of 604 Brock Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with making a false report
of the crime. Jayce Aaron
Vanderford, 18, of 4562
Wilkerson Bluff Road, Holt, was
charged with grand theft.
12/29: Donovan Miguel
Sistrunk, 39, of 716 Navy
St., Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended, habitual offender.
* Raul Sanchez-Alejo, 20, of
545 Hickory Ave., Niceville,
was charged with operating a
motor vehicle without a valid
license. Kelvin Dwayne ,
White, 22, of 467 N. Savage
St., Crestview, was charged
with trespass after warning.
* Kassy Odom Harlan, 33, of
4126 Sundance Way, Holt,
was charged with trafficking
in Hydrocodone, more than
28 grams, possession of a
controlled substance, Xanax,
and prescription fraud (fraud in
obtaining medicinal drugs).
12/31: Micheal Tony
Moore, 19, of 250 Trish Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
grand theft. Edgar Richardo
Elizarraras-Ramirez, 26, of
818 Navy St., Lot C, Fort
Walton Beach, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge
of operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
1/1: Joseph S. Dahl, 28, of
Crestview, was charged with
resisting an officer without
violence. Joseph S. Dahl, 28,
of 741 Mayo Trail, Crestview,
was battery-causing bodily
harm (domestic violence). *
Nikita "Octavia Raybon, 20, of
251 N. Booker St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
first offense.
1/2: Christopher Levon
Jackson, 24, of 1033 Valley
Road, Crestview, was charged
with resisting arrest without
violence.-* James Christopher
Green, 22, of 386 Brown
Place, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked. Jared
Lee Mullis, 22, of 209 Juniper


Court, Crestview, was charged
with burglary with battery
and criminal mischief totaling
$1,000 or more.
1/3: Justina Nichole Feagin,
18, of 2945 Aplin Road,
Crestview, was charged with
obstruction by disguise. *
Michael Geffery Hards, 29, of
5136 Blue Springs Cove, Baker,
was issued a notice to appear
on a charge of possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Samuel Joseph
Cartwright, 33, of 6615 Treasure
Oaks Circle, Crestview, was
charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
first offense. Justin Erron
Edgell, 23, of 3157 East
Chestnut Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession
of marijuana with intent to
distribute. Gregory Allen
Johnson, 30, of 1200 E. James
Lee' Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with violation of an
injunction. Jermaine Wilkins
Woods, 24, of 140 Swaying Pine
Court, Crestview, was charged
with battery touch or strike
(domestic violence). Wesley
Michael Lufrano, 19, of 6119
Saddlehorse Lane, Crestview,
was charged with misdemeanor
violation .of probation on an
original charge of possession of
drug paraphernalia.
1/4: Claudia Morato
Malerva, 28, of 688 Tyner
St., Fort Walton Beach, was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
* Dustin Dewayne Emersop, 19,
of 5150 First Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving
while license suspended or
revoked. Cheryl Lynn Camp,
of 1641 B East James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, was charged
with battery. Wendy Kay
Brooks, 36, of 2969 Aplin
Road, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first
offense.
1/5: Roman Jacome- '
Cabal, 27, of 125 W. First Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. *
Kerisha Shatoya Thrash,
24, of 506 N. Spring St.,
Crestview, drivingwhile license
suspended or revoked, first
offense. Kaleb Christopher
Veasey, 24, of 1282 Riley
Barnhill Road, Baker, was
charged with resisting an officer
without violence and driving
under the influence of alcohol
or drugs. Earlene Gildner
Kirkland, 41, of 696 Long St.,
was charge with resisting arrest
without violence. Earlene
Gildner Kirkland, 41, of 696
Long St.', was charged with
resisting arrest without violence.
* Jasper Brown, 28, of 222


Dugga'n Ave., Crestview, was
charged with cruelty to animals
and resisting an officer without
violence.
1/6: Amber Dawn Kosier,
21, of Jay, Okla., was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first
offense. Shaponda Latrice
Gainer, 26, of 245 Cross Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery. Douglas
Recho Williams, 49, was
charged With trespass after
warning.
1/9: Marquette Antonio
McQueen, 30, 406 South
Booker St., Crestview, was
charged with trespassing in a
structure or conveyance and
battery (domestic violence). *
Joseph C. Rogers, 20, of 237
Holland St., Crestview, was
charged with larcenous retail
theft. Elvin G. Vallcarcel,
23, of 207 Kennedy Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
battery (domestic violence).
1/14: Grey Lamont
Goodman, 44, of 160 South
Brett St., Crestview, was
charged with battery (domestic
violence).
1/16: Tillman Caldwell Jr. ,
59, of 6658 Will Ownes Road,
was charged with possession
of a legend drug without a
prescription.
1/24: Johnny Ray Wallace,
39, of 1104 9th Ave., North,
Florala, Ala., was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first
offense.
1/25: Kelvin Dwayne
White, 22, of 467 N. Savage
St., Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge
of driving while license
suspended or revoked.
1/27: Eugenia M.
Clayborne, 18, of 454 Jillian
Drive, Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge
of operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
1/29: Meredith Lynn
Baugh, 33, of 226 Barr Place,
Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first
offense. Dominique Derrell
Harry, 21, -of 532 Addison Place
Apartments, was charged with
kidnapping inflicting bodily
harm or terrorizing a victim,
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon without intent
to kill (domestic violence),
and battery touch or strike
(domestic violence). '
1/30: Jane S. Lieb, 80, of
171 North Ave., Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear
on a charge of failure to leave
information on an unattended
vehicle after a collision. *
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was charged with disorderly
conduct.
. 1/31: Steve Roman, 44, of
721 Denise Drive, Crestview,
was charged with threat
to throw, project, place or
discharge any destructive
device.
2/1: Dustin Dewayne
Emerson, 19, of 5150 First Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
criminal mischief under $1,000.
2/2: Nathan Oscar Edge,
36, 158 Cross Drive, Crestview,
was charged with battery
(domestic violence). Reginald
Dion Singeltary, 30, of 1101
E. 27th St., Apt. 134, Tampa,
was charged with possession
of a controlled substance
with intent to distribute (crack
cocaine); possession of drug
paraphernalia, and obstruction/
resisting arrest without violence.
2/4: Michael E. Blake, 37,
of 380 Walden St., Crestview,
was charged with battery/touch
or strike. Keith Durell Cutts,
21, of 521 Andros St., Holt, was
charged with driving under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
2/14: Gloria Dawn Peftit,
'28, of 314 Southern Court,
Crestview, was charged with
battery/domestic violence.*
Johnny Ray Peters Jr., 18, of
189 Washington St., Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear
on a charge of operating a
motor vehicle without a valid
license.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office crime reports
Christina Ann Edwards,
23, of 811 Sixth Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with violation of a domestic
violence injunction. Trey
Lewis Shipman, of 3287 Jack
Road, Laurel Hill, 19, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol.
12/15: Tammie Yvette
Bruno, 34, of 2813 Mohican
Way, Crestview, was charged
with grand theft of a vehicle.
12/24: Ginny Woods
Workman, 25, of 4883
Okaloosa Way, Crestview, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol.
12/25: Harold Kenneth
Strickland, 42, of Crestview
was charged with DUI for
refusal to submit to a lawful
breath, blood or urine test. *
Ilena Renae Rasmussen, 26,
of 6162 Mockingbird Hill court,
Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs, possession
of a controlled substance, and
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
12/26: Robyn Noelle
Brooks, 39, of 255 B. Brackin
St., Crestview, was charged
with four counts of worthless
checks, A 15-year-old Baker
resident was charged with
larcenous grand theft totaling ,
between $5,000 and $10,000.
12/27: Bobbie Dubuisson
Richardson, 32, of 630 Nelson
Ave., was charged with
violation of probation on an
original charge of worthless
check. Terry Scott Taylor,
32, of 3201 Sky Night Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
worthless check.
12/28: Tracey Christina
McClellan, 32, of 8157
Railroad Ave., Laurel Hill,
was charged with violation,
of probation on an original
charge of worthless check.
David Allen Chough, 44,
of 1125 Concord Ave.,
Pensacola, was charged with
failure to appear on an original
-charge of DUI.
12/29: Nathan Charles"
Johnson, 18,.of 439 Apple
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance (cocaine). A
16-year-old Crestview resident
was charged with battery
(domestic violence). Charles
Edward Griffin Jr., 33, of
4693 Summertime Dr., Holt,
was charged with violation
of probation on an original
charge of driving under
the influence. Elizabeth
Anne Jimison, 24, of 103F
Brentwood Lane, Crestview,
was charged with DUI for
refusal to submit to a blood,
breath or urine testing.


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Her husband, Rev. Michael
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surgery he won't be able to
work for 6 to 8 more weeks.
Any donations toward the
medical bills, as well as other
expenses, will be greatly
appreciated.
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Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright presents
Austin Moore with a Good NOD certificate. Austin, a
student at Tall Pines Christian Academy, had used
quick thinking to alert his aunt to a kitten in trouble,
thus earning one of the first Good North Okaloosa
Deeds awards.

What are NODs?
NODs are "North Okaloosa Deeds." Evein other
'eek. we 11 recognize people and organiztiIon's wIho
performed "Good North Okaloosa Deeds. People
who perform Good NODs will receive a certificate
from the Crestview News Bulletin. i'Ve'll also shake
our collective heads at some "Bad North Okaloosa
Deeds."

Good NODS
A Good NOD to Crestview High School senior
Dominique Maisonet for doing the right thing
by returning a lost purse to CHS school resource
officer Greg Porch on Valentine's Day. Maisonet
approached Porch and explained she had found
the purse unattended in one of the girls bathrooms.
All of the items in the purse were returned intact,
including the $5 the purse owner needed for lunch
money. "By doing the right thing and turning the
purse in to me, I was able to put a smile on the
face of the student who owned the purse," Porch
reported.. "I would like everyone to know we do
have great students at Crestview High School and
this is just one of the many good deeds I see from
our students every day.' Special mention to the
students who were sharing their lunches with the
student who misplaced her purse before the lunch
money was found.
A Good NOD to John Ahearn. a local
tennis enthusiast Ahearn led the organization
of a free tennis clinic held Feb. 9 at the Baker
Area Recreation Association courts. The clinic
drew more than 10 tennis players for games
and instruction. Ahearn worked behind the
scenes to encourage the county to make recent
improvements to the Baker tennis courts.
A Good NOD to Laurel Hill School
kindergarten teacher Angela NMcLaney for
organizing a schoolwvide sendoff Feb. 15 for Lad
Collinsworth, an LHS student. Laci. a leukemia
patient. headed for Birmingham on Feb. lo for
a bone marrow transplant. NMcLaney was Laci's
second-grade teacher and also taught her third
grade when Laci was home-bound.
A Good NOD to Liberty Tax Service for
hosting a Cell Phones for Soldiers event Feb.
9. Every donated phone resulted in an hour
of prepaid calling time for American military
personnel serving overseas.

Bad NODS
We shake our heads at the controversy
surrounding the county's pet license fee. Most
citizens are glad the fee was rescinded, but is an
alternate funding plan in place?


Do you know of someone who performed a "Good North
Okaloosa Deed"' Call 7S2-6524 or e-mail
kilewwcresti'iewbulletiin.coim. We'll recognize the do-
gooder mi the Crcst/eww News Billctin and online at
www.cres tiew'builletin.com.


PASSING Revisiting the mystery


SHOTS worshipper issue


One of the sections I hoped to
bolster when I returned to the
Crestview News Bulletin was the
Religion section.
We hope you enjoy the' weekly
"From the Pulpit" column by
Michael Green Jr. and monthly
church listings. .
We also hope you enjoy new
ideas like the weekly "Sign of
Faith" photo and the recent
feature stories on the good things
local churches have done for the
community.
I recently approved another
idea for a church feature many in
the community did not like.
An article in the Feb. 9 edition
of the News Bulletin invited
"Mystery Worshippers" to visit
churches the community;
The idea came from a
regular churchgoer, who saw
the idea in a different church
publication (admittedly, it was
a self-described liberal church
publication, but it was a church


publication nonetheless).
, The intent was to provide
descriptions of the many ways
people in north Okaloosa County
celebrate their faith.
The idea was not to provide
any kind of evaluation or
criticism of area churches.
Let me repeat that last
paragraph: The idea was not to
provide any kind of evaluation or
criticism of area churches.
SDescriptions. Nothing more.
The folks who provided
feedback made it clear the,
community does not like the idea
under any description.
People have told me what
happens in church services
should not be described in the
media. Period.
I won't pursue the "mystery
worshipper" idea in your
community newspaper. I offer a
sincere apology to all who 'took
offense to the idea.
I thank those who took time


to offer feedback. I have one last
request for those 'who did:
Give me one more phone call,
visit or e-mail. Tell me what
kinds of church activities you
do want covered in the News
Bulletin.
We know local churches do
all kinds of good'things, in this
community.
'Charity ,vents. Fund-raisers,
Positive community activities.
Please tell us when these good
things happen'. ;
With your help, we canr
provide the kind of ch u rch
activities coverage this.
community wants and deserves.


Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor. You can reach him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.corn.Read the
"Passing Shots" blog at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


FROM THE Brush piles good for wildlife in

GROUNtUP
Darryl Williams,USDA the backyard or the countryside


Whether it's a series of large piles
arong a forest edge or a smaller
single pile near a bird feeder inr your
back yard or acreage, you can make
your land more accommodating
for wildlife by building brush piles.
Piles of tree limbs, brush, rocks, and
other debris, large or small, can offer
refuge to birds and other wildlife
from the weather and predators.
Once common on most farms,
brush pile habitat has been lost in
many parts of the countryside as
fence lines have disappeared, along
with the diversified agriculture
that's now gone with many farms.
Larger fields and "clean farming"
methods have led to fewer brush
piles.
HELPFUL TO MANY
SPECIES. Depending on size and
location, brush piles are habitat
for bobwhite quail, rabbits, ruffed
grouse, wild turkeys, skunks,
raccoons, woodchucks, chipmunks,
mockingbirds, cardinals, juncos


Profundity
Brian Hughes


"When people

keep a closed
mind, it
Suffocates'

their reason."



Lillian Hellman
(1905-1984)
American playwright
and author*


and many other small mammals'
and birds. They may also attract
coyotes, foxes, bobcats, hawks, owls,
and other predators because of the
mammal and bird populations using
them.
LOCATION. Good locations
for brush piles include edges of
woodlands, along field borders,
and in shelterbelts. Four piles per
acre, spaced 150 feet apart, will give
ample wildlife cover.
BUILDING THE PILE. The most
important concept in building the
pile is to form a solid, rot-resistant
base layer with filler above that
provides tunnels, dens and openings
for animals to hide. Build the base
with large hardwood stumps; logs
and other large diameter material
and then crisscross filler branches
on top.
Most brush piles are mound
or tepee shaped. An alternative is
to "hinge-cut" several trees along
timber edges to create a living brush


pile. Partially cut the trees two feet
off the ground, allowing the trees
to fall and.leaving a portion still
connected to the stump. Stack more
branches on the tree, but leave the
treetops uncovered so they can grow
for a period of time.
WHEN TO BUILD. A good time
to build a brush pile is in the early
spring or late fall, as a part of timber
harvest, stand improvement, or
firewood cutting.
MAINTENANCE. The brush
pile will decay, so it's a good idea
to add new material each year.
For more information, stop at our
office at 934 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview or visit the NRCS website
at www.nrcs.usda.gov. You may
also visit the NRCS Wildlife Habitat
Management Institute Web site at
www.wlm-ii.nrcs.usda.gov.

Darryl Williams is a district
conservationist for the Natural
Resources Conservation Service in
Okaloosa County.


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Elegant Stanton Hall was restored by the Pilgrimage Garden Club and includes
antiques original to the Stanton family.

It's Pilgrimage time in Natchez
Belles, beaux and blooms recall antebellum grandeur


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

NATCHEZ, Miss. -
Coy belles in hoopskirts
and dashing beaux in
Confederate gray swirl
around the dance floor in
a whirl of carefree gaiety.
On the columned
galleries of stately
mansions, folks sit and
exchange ever-so-polite
gossip amid a flutter of
fans and sips of cooling
juleps.
Nearby, their extensive
formal gardens are a
profusion of color.
It's Spring Pilgrimage
time in historic Natchez,
Miss., a charming vignette
of a privileged lifestyle
more than 150 years old.
Natchez, which boasts
more than 500 lovingly
restored antebellum and
Victorian homes, was
an epicenter of southern
antebellum culture, society
and wealth.
"They say in 1850 there
were only 13 millionaires
in the country and nine of
them lived in Natchez,"
said historian and tour
guide Paul Nelson.
"I don't know if it's
100 percent true, but it
does paint a picture that
says Natchez was a pretty
wealthy place," Nelson
said. "Before there was a
Palm Beach, Florida, or a
Beverly Hills, California,
there was Natchez,
Mississippi."
Spring Pilgrimage
began in the 1940s when
garden club society ladies
began opening their
elegant gardens to visitors.
When the garden tours got
rained out, they opened up
their antebellum homes.
"Amajor misconception
is that they are plantation
homes," said Nelson,
who now resides in New
Orleans.
"They are townhouses,
or urban villas. Many
of the owners of those
homes had plantations
and plantation homes,
but the homes of Natchez
Were their city dwellings.
Natchez was the social
scene."
- Below the gracious
lifestyle up on the bluff
was Under-the-Hill, the


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The last Natchez mansion built before the Civil War
was grand Magnolia Hall, a restoration project of the
Natchez Garden Club.


city's rough-and-tumble
river port. Manners there
were considerably less
genteel. Saloons, gambling
and ladies of questionable
virtue flourished.
Today, most of
Under-the-Hill has been
swallowed by the river's
slow erosion at the base
of the bluff. The more
religiously inclined say
this is divine retribution
for its sinful past.
Twenty-five historic
homes will be on tour
during Spring Pilgrimage,
March 8 until April
12. Most are private
residences, many open
to the public only during
Pilgrimage.
Included is stately
Stanton Hall (1857), an
Italianate feast for the
eyes built by an Irish
businessman. Unusual
Longwood .(1860-61) is
octagonal in plan and'
built in the "Oriental"
style. At the start of the
war, its Pennsylvania
craftsmen laid down their
tools and headed north.
The cavernous interior has
never been completed.
Greek revival Magnolia
Hall (1858) suffered slight
damage. when .a stray
Union shell penetrated
the servants' dining room
wall, landing in a tureen
of soup. Lovely Rosalie
(1820) overlooks the
river from the bluff and
was Union headquarters
during the Civil War.
As part of the
Pilgrimage festivities,
residents produce and
star in the annual Natchez


Historic Pageant, a colorful
production of tableaux
that depict traditions and
events from the city's past.
Landing a featured role is
a source of social esteem.
Evening entertainments
also include "Southern
Road to Freedom,"
-a musical tribute to
Natchez's black culture;
"Southern Exposure,"
a hilarious spoof of the
community's social foibles;
and "Songs of the South,"
which entwines gospel,
Stephen Foster, Gershwin
and other traditional
music.
Even the most gosh-
darned Yankee can't
help but fall for the
sugary gracious charm
of Natchez, its people,
and the grand homes and
gardens of which they
are so rightfully proud. I
know I did.
And there's no better
time to experience it than
during Spring Pilgrimage.

IF YOU GO.
TO NATCHEZ:
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008


Baker seniors ready for solid season on the field
The Lady Gators are looking to a big year with help of returning senior athletes


Look in Saturday's
edition for our annual
baseball /softball tab!


Schedule
Baseball
Crestview at Choctaw,
Friday at4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Baker at Samson (Florala'
Tournament), Friday at 5
p.m. and Saturday at 10
a.m. and noon
Softball

Baker at Crestview,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)
Laurel Hill at Central,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (JV-DH)

Laurel Hill at Freeport,
Friday at 5 p.m. (V)

Sadie Hawkins
Texas Hold-em
The Foxwood Country
Club will be hosting a Texas
Hold'em and Casino Night
on Feb. 29 from 6-10 p.m.
A suggested donation of
$100 will reserve a seat
at the table. There are 36
seats available, but pre-
registration is required..
Suggested donation
of $50 for all other casino
games. For more information
(850) 682-3212.


Charity golf
tournament
On Apr. 11 Foxwood
County Club will be hosting
a Tee Off for the American
Heart Association. The
event will start at 11:30 a.m.'
and tee off will follow at
noon. Registration is $55 for
non-members and $45 for
members. Registration. fee
will include green fees, cart
and food.
Cash prizes will be given
to the first, second and third
place winners, earning up
to $250.
Entry deadline is Apr. 4.
For more information please
contact Cindy Halsey,/.
Donald Kearny/Ruby
Wellman at (850) 651-7394
or (850) 682-2012.


YMCA Activities
Sign up for soccer at
the YMCA through April 1.
Members are $36 and non-
members are $45. Ages
2-14 are accepted.
Bible study is also
offered from now until
March 29. The door is open
to everyone..
On March 15 the YMCA
is hosting its annual
"Leprechaun Motorcycle
Poker.Ride."
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/Fax
(850) 689-8798 or by e-mail
at noymca@ecymca.org.

American Cancer
Walk / Run / Ride
The American Cancer
Society will be hosting a
walk, run and ride on March
8. Registration starts at
7 am. $10 for adults, $5 per
child. First 100 participants
receive a t-shirt.
For more information
please contact Trina Trimm
at (850) 305-6349 or by
e-mail at trinatrimm@yahoo.
com.


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The Biker softball team has just
grazed its schedule for the season,
playing Bozeman twice, Northview
and Walton on Tuesday.
The first district matchup against
Vernon is on Feb. 28, and it's only
a matter of time until coach John
Carlisle starts to prep the girls for their
first 1-2A game.
The Lady Gators (3-0, 0-0 entering
their game against Vernon) have
a roster full of returning starters,
including some seniors the school is
quite familiar with: Chelsea Combest,


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Everything always
comes to an end, good or
bad.
The Laurel Hill boys'
basketball team and the
Baker boy's basketball
team hung up their jerseys.
for another season.
The Hoboes (19-8) and
the Gators (15-3) both
finished their seasons in
the,regional quarterfinals.
Laurel Hill lost to
District 2-1A champions.
Graceville 55-51 after a
second-half comeback by
the Tigers.
Baker lost its -matchup
against District 2-2A
champions Sneads 62-48.
"It was a good season I
think," Baker coach Mike
Martello said.
"We as a team have a
lot to work with since all
our- starters minus one
will return."
Baker loses senior Chad
Lawhori to graduation this.
year.
Laurel Hill will be
losing something. a little
more than just seniors on
the team: They'll be losing
big talent: Jeffrey Reese
and Zack Sledge.
Both of these players,
along with starters Will
Sherwood, Jace Smith


maklhg
PREDICTIONS
Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Another day another
strikeout.
It's about time we
moved from the court and
onto the field.
Let's make some
predictions.
The Crestview
baseball team performed
exactly how we all
wanted them to by
coasting through the
game against Escambia
7-4 on Friday night.
Head coach Tim Gillis
let us in that David
Pyle was scheduled be
starting on the mound
for the Bulldogs (2-0, 1-0
entering into Tuesday)
against Pace on Tuesday.
If Crestview happened
to win that game I'm
very hopeful they did
- look for the District
1-5A bracket to be turned
upside down. Watch out
Niceville, watch out Fort
Walton Beach and watch
out Tate.


Sydney Boutwell and Whitney
Boutwell.
"These three girls have been doing
great things in and out of the softball
season," Carlisle said.
"I think they're ready to play
some ball and move into a winning
season."
Baker only lost two to graduation
this past year (Candice Williamson
and Lindsey Marelli).,
Both girls took a partial chunk out
of the lineup, butthe Lady Gators filled
the gaps with experienced athletes.
"A lot of these girls have district
and regional experience," Carlisle
said.


"We are a very solid team right
now."
Combest will return to her humble
abode'at shortstop. Sydney Boutwell
will be to her left at second base.
Behind them in center field will be
Whitney Boutwell.
"Seniors have a good effect on a
team," Carlisle said.
"They bring in people to cheer us
on."
Look for Baker to travel to
Crestview on Thursday at 4 p.m. (V)
Who' will win the Crestview-
Baker softballshowdown Thursday?
Cast your vote in the online poll at
crestviewbulletin.com.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Aaron Blocker, along with Jeffrey Reese, goes up fot a rebound
during the Hoboes' game against Escambia Charter in the district tournament.


and Richard Dixon, all
performed for the Hoboes
through the season
and district/regional
tournament.


"We did a good job
this season," Hobo coach
Ronnie Smith said.
"There's always next
year."


Is next year the year for
either team to push past
the regional quarterfinals
and rise above the rest?
Only time will tell.


Either way, the
Bulldogs still have to face
back-to-back powerhouse
teams, following up with
Choctaw on Friday. My
vote is with the Indians.
Don't get me wrong. I
admire the talent that
Crestview has, but
Choctaw has consistently
had a solid roster.
Coach Ronnie Smith
should be happy with
his baseball team after its
victoryagainst Pleasant
Home on Monday, 7-2.
The third-year baseball
coach already took the
Hoboes boys basketball
team to regionals. Can
we expect the-same for
his baseball counterpart.
With ace Ethan Jackson
on the mound for:the
Hoboes (1-0, 0-0), I can
see big things for the
small team against Florala
on Friday.
*The Lady Hoboes
softball team should also
be pretty happy with
where it is headed. The
team's first regular season
game isn't until Friday
against Freeport, but I
think coach Scott Varnum
will look at a win that
night.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Josh Edwards pitches against an
Escambia batter during Friday night's victory for the
Bulldogs., CHS travels to Choctaw on Friday.


Laurel Hill didn't lose
one single person over the
summer to graduation.
It's all about progress
with the girls. What
better time to show their
experience than against
Freeport.
Pitcher Adeana Reeves


is healthy once again with
her broken finger nice and
healed, and Katelyn Free
is also ready to pitch in
the circle for -the Hoboes.
It goes to show you
that good things happen
to good people and even
good teams:


BASEBALL


Laurel Hill 7,
Pleasant Home (Ala.)
2:
Thrie Hoboes scored
in each of the last three
innings to pull away.
with Aaron Bloci and Cory Becker each
driving in t.jo runs.
'Ethan Jackson picked
up the victory on the
mound, throwing four
innings of relief and
striking out seven.
The Hoboes (1-0.1
play al Florala on
Friday.
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Crestview 7,
Escambia 4:
Crestview jumped
out to a big lead earl\
and held on in rs District
1-5A opener.
Nathan Bell had
three hits and drove in
two, while Cory Wenrich
also had two RBI David
Pyle and Augie Willis
each had two hits, with
Pyle driving in a pair
"if you swing the
bat well, good things
will come," Crestview
coach Tim Gillis said.
"They've (Willis and
Bell) been consistent
both games for us."
The Bulldogs (2-0.
1-0) hosted Pace on
Tuesday.

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Crestview 9, Fort
Walton Beach 1:
The Bulldogs scored
all of their runs after the
third inning, including
seven in the final two
frames.
Jessica Long led
the outburst with tno
hits and four RBI, while
Courtney Luke drove in
three offt two hits and
Rene Copeland had
two hits and two RBI.
Briana DeGennaro
scored the Vikings'
lone run, while Andrea
Sybert, Tava Tinner
and Jessica Whidderi
all had hits.
The Bulldogs
S(3-1, 2-1) hosted
Choctawhatchee on
Tuesday

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Baker 6, Bozeman


Baker started off
the season on a good
:note Wilh a victory over
Bozeman in a non-
district matchup on
Friday.
Paige Cotton struck
out 13 batters to pick up
the win and the Gators
remained unbeaten
'Nhitney Boutwell
hacd one of two Gator
hits, dro/e in a run and
scored three times.
Lauren Griffith had the
other hit scored once
and also had an RBI
The Gators (3-0)
traveled to Walion on
Tuesday.
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Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor .j rr' "r.. Tiyy
Robert Young at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at roberty@crestviewbulletin.com ..,V,, . w w..,.rf-iu r, .e


CALLING IT FOR THE SEASON
Gators and Hoboes close their basketball season disappointed but hopeful for next year


Crestview baseball has visions of a successful season

The Bulldogs look to another successful year, and Laurel Hill softball kicks things off


NEWS &

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A Week Recap:


What you've been missing on the field


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practice at CHS. Te suo during a routine
Buew idogs rntly 3-1 for the
Bulldogs


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Jason Parker cuts, too high against a
slider pitched by Escambia's John Picante on Friday
night. The Bulldogs had 10 hits against Picante for
the five innings he pitched.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Jace Smith goes up for a
rebound during Laurel Hill's game against
Escambia Charter.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Baker Gator shortstop Adam Royal warms up during
a recent practice at the B.A.Y.A. fields.


parker and teammate
Jason parkerot tlowers they


Ann Spann I Crestview News BuUetin
Jason Parker swings through a strike during
Crestview's game against Escambia on
Friday night.


Ann Spann I Crestview News. Bulletin
The Bulldogs break off after having a quick huddle on the mound during their game
against Escambia. Crestview ended up winning the game 7-4.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Josh Edwards winds
up for a pitch during his win against
Escambla on Friday night. Edwards
ended up pitching eight strikeouts
and only allowing one hit during the
five innings pitched. Junior Andrew
Wirth came in for relief during the
sixth inning to close the game
against the Gators.


Ann Spann I CreWtVie'' News Bulletn

Latisha Larkins and Maeson Piper were named All-Tornament for
the Richbourg Roadrunner girls basketball during the Okaloosa
County District Middle School Tournament.


Ann Spann' I C.'. Ncw BUet
Latish Larns and Kaylyn Chappell were named All-Con-
Latishaference for kichbourg Middle School's girls basketball.
ference for RtichbourgM


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is that our steaks are basted with
a homemade secret sauce, and the
sherbet works well with it because
it cleanses the palate and gets the
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but for the uninitiated, be sure to
make your way to the local Coach
N Four restaurant for the meal of a
lifetime. :
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quality seafood as well as their
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you like it, be ready to make your
choice of 8, 12, or 16 oz. ribeyes, 6
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ERA #1 in closed
transactions
ERA American Realty of
Northwest Florida, -Inc. was
the #1 company in closed
commercial transactions in
its market area in 2007. "We
are extremely pleased with
these 'results, said Broker
Gloria Frazier. "Because ERA
American Realty is primarily
known as a residential real
estate company, achieving
this position is especially
gratifying." Agents who
participated in these
commercial sales were: Dot
Buchanan, Linde Bowman,
Payne Walker, Linda Barber,
Michelle Styron, Marsha
Thomas, Brenda Seffens,
Leigh Ann Limousin, Eunice
Kim, Kaylyn Knopes, Kay
Bailey and Dustin Webber.
ERA American Realty
is a full-service real estate
company, including
commercial. sales, leasing
and property management,
serving the greater Fort
Walton Beach area. Visit
them online at www.era-
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Publix donates
to Habitat for
Humanity ,
In support of Okaloosa
County Habitat for Humanity's
building efforts, Publix Super
Market Charities announced
a financial gift to assist with
their cause locally on Jan.
22. This is their second
contribution to Okaloosa
Habitat in the past two years,
a remarkable way for Publix
to offer families a chance at
the 'American Dream'.'
I Okaloosa Habitat has
been busy with construction
in both the Fort Walton Beach
and Crestview area since
January. Two local families
will receive their new three-
bedroom, two-bathroom,
1150-sq.-ft. homes by July.
Homeowners apply for azero-
interest, 30-year mortgage
with Habitat based on three
important criteria: a need

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the 30-year mortgage and
willingness to partner with
Habitat by offering volunteer
time on someone else's home
as well as their own.
Established in 1991,
Habitat reached a benchmark
of 40 homes constructed this
year. For more information on
the non-profit organization,
please call their office at
315-0025 or visit their Web
site at www.habitatfwb.org.

Writing competition
Entries for the 25th annual
2008 CNW/FFWA Florida
State Writing Competition
are being accepted through
March 15 by the by the
Florida Freelance Writers
Association. Prizes range
from $50 to $100.
Divisions include
nonfiction, fiction, children's
literature, and poetry.
Each entry must be
accompanied by an official
entry form. Guidelines
for submission and entry
forms can be printed from
www.writers-editors.com
or. www.FFWAmembers.
com. You may also get them
via mail by send a self-
addressed, stamped #10
(4" x 9.5") envelope .to FFWA
Competition Guidelines, c/o
Dana K Cassell, PC Box A,
North Stratford NH 03590.
You can also view a tip sheet
for contests success at www.
writers-editors.com.

Peanut board
nominees
The Florida Peanut
Producers Association is
seeking eligible peanut
producers to serve on the
National Peanut Board. A
nominations election for a
member and an alternate
will be held during the
annual membership meeting
Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Jackson County Agri6ultural
Complex on Penn Avenue in
Marianna.
Chosen nominees will
serve until Dec. 31. The


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For details, call (850)
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Okaloosa
Saves Week
Okaloosa Saves is
hosting activities from Feb.
24 to March 2 in observance
of Okaloosa Saves Week.
The organization is
committed to building
wealth, not debt, in our
community, and is providing
information fo get everyone,
including children, involved
in saving for a better future.
Last year: 97 children saved
* a total of $9,907 during
the groups Child Savings
Project. Activities and'free
seminars are as follows:
Feb. 21 Talk radio show
on WFTW 1260 AM.
Feb. 23 Free investor
seminar, 1 4 p.m. at the
Fort Walton Beach Library.
Call 833-9590 to register.
Feb. 27: Basic investing
at the Niceville library at
10:30. a.m.
Feb. 28: Okaloosa Saves
featured at 5:30 p.m. during
the "Focus on Okaloosa"
live talk show on Cox
Communications Channel
6.
Feb. 29: Identity theft
seminar (8:30-9:30 a.m.)
and community shredding
(9 a.m. 1 p.m.) at First
Presbyterian Church in
Crestview. Bring up to
five boxes of personal
documents for commercial
shredding by Shred It.
March 1: Financial Expo
at Santa Rosa Mall, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Piggy Bank Beauty
Pageant details: call
Janet Lipscomb at
729-5207, Kristan Howard
at 244-9900, ext. 225 or
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Agribusiness
conference in Jay
The 2008 Gulf Coast
Agribusiness Conference
is Thursday, Feb. 21, 8:30
a.m. 3:30 p.m. at the
West Florida Research and
Education Center in Jay.
Registration is $15, or
$20 after Feb. 14. For details
or to be a sponsor, call Chris
Wilcox at 623-0174, email:
cwilcox@teamsantarosa.
com or William Wendt at
(850) 995-3720 x.104,
wwendt@ufl.edu.

Regional
MatchMaker
Northwest Florida
Regional MatchMaker in
Pensacola on Feb. 26. The
workshop provides area
minority business owners
with. practical advice on
how to do business with the
- State of Florida. Registration
began on Feb. 12.
To connect minority
vendors with government
spenders, vendors. can
schedule 15-minute, one-


on-one appointments in the
afternoon to market their
companies to government
and private purchasing
officials.
For details visit: http://
osdinfo.dms.state.fl.us[or
contact Bridget Lee at
(850) 487-0915 or Bridget.
Lee@dms.MyFlorida.com.

SBA disaster
loan deadline
March 3 is the filing
deadline for the. U.S. Small
Business Administration's
(SBA) disaster loan program.
Businesses that sustained
damage from a severe
drought on Jan. 1 or later
are encouraged to apply.
Call the SBA's Customer
Service Center at
1-800-659-2955 (hearing
impaired, 1-800-877-8339)
from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern
Standard Time, Monday
through Friday. Applications
can be downloaded from
www.sba.gov online. Mail
completed applications
to U.S. Small Business
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Crestview Chamber
news
The Education Committee
will sponsor a College and
Career Night for high school
students at the Baker Area
Recreation Center on Feb.
26 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Governmental Issues
Committee meeting Feb. 27
at 8 a.m. at the Chamber.
A Northwest Florida Water
Management District
representative will be the
featured speaker.
Sadie Hawkins Texas
Hold 'Em & Casino Night,
Feb. 29 from 6-10 p.m. at
Foxwood. Country Club.
Suggested donation of
$100 .to reserve one of 36
seats at the Hold 'Em table.
Suggestion of $50 at the door
for other casino games. Your
business will be recognized
for the -contribution. as they
are distributed during the
evening and on display at
the door prize table.
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Farm Bureau
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Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview is pleased
to announce that Charles
Sigmond has been selected
as Resident of the Month
for February 2008.
Charles was born July
7, 1928, in Conover, N.C.
He worked at Eglin for the
sawmill as a dispatcher.
He was married to Dora
Sigmond; they had two
children, a son, Charles,
who lives in Pensacola,
and a daughter, Brenda
Harris, who lives in St.
Louis.
In the past some of


Charles' hobbies were
fishing and hunting. He
was also the secretary for
the Knights of Pythias for
many hears. He enjoys
collecting coins, among
other things.
Charles is a very so-
ciable and kindhearted
man. He makes a day at
Parthenon Healthcare all
that much better for both
the staff and the other resi-
dents.
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enjoyed fishing and
hunting, as well as coin
collecting. He and his
wife, Dqra, have two
children, Charles and
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Mr. and Mrs. Wilson (second and third from left, front row) was one couple
whose Publix groceries were paid for by the Farm Bureau Federation (FBF).
They are.shown with a Publix employee on the far left, Keith Free, FBF
president, and members of the FBF Women's Committee.


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-the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce. The magazine's publisher is Jenni
Perkins, President of Perkins Publishing, Inc.



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Federation elects 2008 officers
Newest officers include Ken Hair, executive director of Children in Crisis


Special to the News Bulletin
Mr. and Mrs. Smith (front) were shopping in Winn-Dixie when the Farm
Bureau Federation paid for their groceries. They are shown with a Winn-Dixie
representative (back row, left) and members of the federation.

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Legal # 100280
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
BELONGING TO THE
PARTIES NAMED BE-
LOW AND OUSTED BY
UNIT NUMBER WILL
BE SOLD AT PUBUC
SALE BY DAY'S
PAC-RAT MINI-
STORAGE AT THE
MINI- STORAGE LO-
CATED AT 2510 S.
FERDON BLVD.,
CRESTVIEW, FLA, Af
9:00 A.M., February
28, 2008 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID
IN FULL BEFORE THE
TIME OF SALE.
NAME'JESUS
ALVAREZ
UNIT # 10
02/13/08
02/16/08
02/20/08
Legal # 100281
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE
NO.:05-DR-2578-C
IN RE: The Marriage of
Lacy Ann Holly
Petitioner/ Wie,

and
Darrell Dwyane Holly,
Respondent/ Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION


Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!


FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: LACY GENTRY
HOLLY
Last known address:
788 NAVY STREET
FT. WALTON BEACH
FLORIDA 32547
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a Counterpetition of
Dissolution of Marria e
and Other Relief Wit
Property And Minor
Children, including
claims for dissolution of
marriage, custody,
payment df debts, and
division of real and
personal property, has
been filed against you
and that you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if
any, on Petitioner's attor-
ney, Connie Roper
whose address is PO.
BOX 249 Crestview,
Florida 32536 on or
before March 21, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
101 James Lee.
Boulevard, Crestview,
Florida 32536 before
service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately
thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court'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 Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, re-
quirescertainn auto-
matic disclosure of
documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleading.
Dated February 8, 2008


DON W. HOWARD surplus from the
*CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT sale, if any, other
COURT than the property
By: Kitty Sims owner as of. the date
Deputy Clerk of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
02/13/08 within sixty (60)
02/20/08 days after the sale.
02/27/08
03/01/08, WITNESS MY HAND
and the seals of this
Court on February 13,
Legal # 100288 2008
IN THE CIRCUIT DON W. HOWARD
COURT OF THE FIRST Clerk of the Circuit Court
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN By:Beth McDonald
AND FOR Deputy Clerk
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA IMPORTANT
CIVIL ACflION CASE In accordance with
NO. the Americans with
2007-CA-1965-S Dl- Disabilities Act per-
VISION sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
GMAC MORTGAGE, commodation to par-
LLC. ticipate in this pro-
Plaintiff ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
vs traction at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
JAMES E. SHEEDY,et al, Crestview, Fl.
Defendant(s). 32536-3515; tele-
phone number
NOTICE OF FORECLO- (850)689-5000, Ex-
SURE SALE tension 7497, prior
to the proceeding. or
NOTICE IS HEREBY Shalimar
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- (850)651-7497
nal Judgment of Mort-.
gage Foreclosure dated IMPORTANT
February 12, 2008 and In accordance with
entered in Case No. the Americans with
2007-CA-1965 S of the Disabilities Actper-
Circuit Court of the FIRST sons with disabilities
Judicial Circuit in and for needing special ac-
OKALOOSA County, commodation to par-
Florida wherein GMAC ticipate in this pro-
MORTGAGE LCC, is the ceeding should con-
Plaintiff and JAMES R. tact Court Adminis-
SHEEDY; MORTGAGE tration at 1250 N.
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- Ellin Parkway
TION SYSTEMS, IN- Shalimar, Fl. 32579;
CORPORATED, AS telephone number
NOMINEE F6R HSBC (850)651-7497,
MORTGAGE SERVICES prior to the proceed-
are the Defendants, I will ing.
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at IN 02/20/08
FRONT OF CLERK'S 02/27/08'
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00 AM, on the 17
day of March 2008, the Legal # 100289
following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi- IN THE CIRCUIT
nao Judgment: COURT OF THE FIRST
LOT 14, BLOCK D, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
BAYSHORE PARK, AND FOR
UNIT NO.2 AC- OKALOOSA
CORDING T6 THE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PLAT THEREOF AS CIVIL ACTION CASE
RECORDED IN PLAT NO.
BOOK 4 PAGE 37, 2007-CA-003695 S
OF THE PUBLIC REC- DIVISION
ORDS OF
O K A L OOS 0 A CHASE HOME Fl.
COUNTY, FLORIDA NANCE LLC SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO
A/K/A 229 HUGHES CHASE MANHA1TAN,
STREET, FORT WAL- Plaintiff,
TON BEACH, FL
32548 vs.


Any person claiming DOMINGO G.
an interest in the ALTORAN, et al


Defendantss. al,
Defendantss)]
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NOTICE IS HEREBY
nal Judgement of Mort- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
gage Foreclosure dated nal Judgment of Mort-
February 11, 2008 and gage Foreclosure dated
entered in Case No. February 14, 2008 and
2007 CA 003695 S of entered in Case No.
the Circuit Court of the 2007-CA-1075-S of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in Circuit Court of the FIRST
and for OKALOOSA Judicial Circuit in and for
County, Florida wherein OKALOOSA County
CHASE, HOME FI- Florida wherein WASH-
NANCE LLC SUCCES- INGTON MUTUAL
SOR BY MERGER TO BANK NA is the Plain-
CHASE MANHATTAN, tiff and ROBERT P. OS-
is the Plaintiff and DO- BORNE; are the Defend-
MINGO G. ALTORAN; ants, I will sell to the
SUZANNE 1. RAMIREZ; highest and best bidder
are the Defendants, I will for cash at IN FRONT OF
sell to the highest and CLERK'SFRONT DOOR
best bidder for cash at IN OF SHALIMAR ANNEX
FRONT OF CLERK'S at 11:00 AM, on the 18
FRONT DOOR OF day of March, 2008, the
SHALIMAR ANNEX at following described prop-
11:00 AM on the 31 erty as set forth in said ri-
day of March, 2008, the nal Judgment:
following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi- PARCEL 1:
nal Judgment: LOT 3 PART OF LOT
4 AN6 PART OF VA-
LOT 11 BLOCK 2 CATED FOREST AVE-
WILDWdOD PARK NUE BLOCK 1I
SUBDIVISION AC- MONEY'S N6RTH
CORDING T6 PLAT SUBDIVISION, AS RE-
THEREOF ON FILE IN CORDED IN BOOK 1,
PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE PAGE 24, OF THE
47 IN THE OFFICE OF OFFICIAL RECORDS,
THE CLERK OF THE ALSO DESCRIBED AS
CIRCUIT COURT COMMENCING AT
O K A L 0 0 S A THE NORTHEASTERLY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CORNER OF SAID
LOT 4- THENCE
TOGETHER WITH NORTH 51 DEGREES
THAT CERTAIN MO- 10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
BILE HOME LOCATED ONDS WEST
THEREON, SERIAL (REFERENCE BEAR-
N U M B E R S ING). ALONG THE
WHCO10311GA & SOUTHERLY RIGHT
WHC01311 GB. -OF-WAY LINE OF
SOUTH VIEW DRIVE,
A/K/A 233 AJAX 12.50 FEET TO THE
DRIVE NW, FORT POINT OF BEGINN-
WALTON BEACH, FL ING, THENCE SOUTH
325480000 44 DEGREES 30 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
Any person claiming WEST 201.11 FEET,
an interest in the MORE OR LESS TO
surplus from the THE NORTHERLY
sale, if any, other SHORELINE OF
than the property CHULA VISTA
owner as of the date BAYOU; THENCE ME-
of the Lis Pendens WANDERING NORTH
must file a claim WESTERLY ALONG
within sixty (60) SAID SHORELINE,
days after the sale. 88. 5 FEET, MORE
OR .ESS, TO THE
WITNESS MY HAND NO tTHERLYLINE OF
and the seal of this Court SAI ) LOT 3; THENCE
o February 4, 2008 NO ITH 44 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
DON W. HOWARD ON )S EAST ALONG
Clerk of the Circuit Court SAI) NORTHERLY
By: Kristen Oswald LIN: OF LOT 3 AND
Deputy Clerk ALONG THE EXTEN-
SION OF SAID LINE,
IMPORTANT 131.21 FEET TO THE
In accordance with CENTERLINE OF VA-
the Americans with CATED FOREST AVE-
Disabilities Act, per- NUE 201.11 FEET
sons with disabilities MORE OR LESS TO
needing, special ac- THE NORTHERLY
commotion to par- SHORELINE OF
ticipate in this pro- CHULA VISTA
ceeding should con- BAYOU; THENCE ME-
tact Court Adminis- ANDERING NORTH-
tration at 101 James WESTERLY ALONG
Lee Boulevard East, SAID SHORELINE
Crestview, Fl., 88.15 FEET MORE OR
32536-3515; tele- LESS TO THE NORTH-
phone number EARLY LINE OF SAID
r850)689-5000, Ex- LOT 3; THENCE
tension 7497, prior NORTH 44 DEGREES
to the proceeding. or 30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
S h a I i m a r ONDS EAST ALONG
(850)651-7497 SAID NORTHERLY
LINE OF LOT 3 AND
IMPORTANT ALONG THE EXTEN-
In accordance with SION OF SAID LINE
the American with 131.21 FEET TO THE
Disabilities Act, per- CENTER LINE OF VA-
sons with disabilities CATED FOREST AVE-
needing special ac- NUE; THENCE NORTH
commodation to par- 89 DEGREES 39 MIN-
ticipate in this pro- UTES 13 SECONDS
ceeding should con- EAST LONG LONG LAST
tact Court Adminis- SAID CENTERLINE
tration at 1250 N. 118.14 FEET TO A
Eglin Parkway, POINT ON THE
Shalimar, FI. 32579; SOUTHERLY
telephone number RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
(850)651-7494. OF SOUTH VIEW
prior to the proceed- DRIVE; THENCE
ing. SOUTH 51 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
'0O/20/08 ONDS EAST ALONG
02/27/08 LAST SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,
3.33 FEET TO THE
Legal # 100290 POINT OF BEGINN-
ING- ALL IN SECTION
IN THE CIRCUIT 36. TOWNSHIP 1
COURT OF THE FIRST SOUTH RANGE 24
AND FOR COUNTY, FLOOR DA.
OKALOOSA PARCEL f-A. ThAT
COUNTYFLORIDA PART OF VACATED
FOREST AVENUe,
CIVIL AION CASE BLOCK 1, MOOEY'S
NO. NORTH SUBDIV -
2007-CA-1075-S Dl- NON, AS REO D D
VISION IN BOOK 1 PAGE 24
WASHINGTON MU- OF THE PUBLIC REC-
TASHINKONA, U_ ORDS ALSO DE-
TUALBANKtNA, SCRIBED AS COM-
Plaintiff, MENCING AT THE
NORTHEASTERLY
vs. CORNER OF SAID
ROBERT P. OSBORNE, et LOT 4; THENCE


NORTH 51 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST
(REFERENCE BEAR-
ING), ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF SOUTH VIEW
DRIVE 15.83 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING. THENCE
CONTINUING
ALONG THE LAST DE-
SCRIBED COURSE,
15.83 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 38 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 12.90
:EET TO THE CENTER
JNE OF VACATED
FOREST AVENUE;
"HENCE NORTH 89
DEGREESS 39 MIN-
UTES 19 SECONDS
-AST ALONG SAID
CENTER LINE, 20.42
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; ALL
IN SECTION 36,
TOWNSHIP I
SOUTH RANGE 24
WEST, 6KALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 151 EL-
DRIDGE ROAD FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547
Any persons claim-
ing an interest in the
surplus from sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as
of the date of the Us
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty
(60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on February 14, 2008.
DON W HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-


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ticipate in this pro-
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fact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
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phone number
850)689-5000, Ex-
nsion 7497, prior
to the proceeding. or
Shalimar
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IMPORTANT
In accordance with
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02/20/08
02/27/08

Legal # 100291
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, let it be
known that Charlie
Brown Climatic Control
Mini Storage, Inc., lo-
cated in Valparaiso,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, gives notice to:
Douglas Riddle
286 New Hoe Road,
Dacula, Ga. 30019 that
personal property stored
in Unit # 38 shall be sold
to the public on March 3,
2008 at 9:30 am, at the
mini storage facility
02/20/08
02/27/08

Legal #100282
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST


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Also Bobcat work.
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No job too big or
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Decorative. Cool Deck. Quality work for a price
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.#
08-DR-593 Division:
Ana Posey
Petitioner
David Posey
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: David Earl Posey
125 Garfield Dr.
Fort Walton Beach Fl.
3247
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Ana Maria Posey whose
address is 129 Hughes
Street FWB Fl. 32548 on
or before March -28,
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of t0is
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida 3257,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documnets in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of hte
Circuit Court

Legal 100272

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY,
FLORIDA


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vicinity. Proof of owner-
ship will be required.
LARRY JAMES 826-0029
BOUDREAUX,
Petitioner, Found male choc. lab
mix, off Ai ort Rd, Crest-
and view. Call and leave
BRENDA FAYE msg. 6824648
BOUDREAUX,
Respondent. '
NOTICE OF ACTION -I ; '.'
FOR DISSOLUTION y
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Brenda Faye
Boudreaux
Respondent's Last Known I *
Address:
203-13th Street PETS & ANIMALS
Panama City Bch., FL 2100-Pets
32413 2110t- Pets: Free to
Good Home
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 2120- Pet Supplies
a n actionhas been filed 2130 Farm Animals/
against you and that you Supplies
are required to serve a 2140 Pets/Livestock
copy of your written de- Wanted
ftenses, if any, to' it on 2150 Pet Memorials
Larry James Baoudreaux,
whosr address is
203-13th Street, Panama
City Bch., FL 32413 on
or before March 10, 2100
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of tis
Court at Okaloosa N T A
Count, Courthouse An-N SfF T R V
nex Shalimar, FL 32579,
before service on Peti- ,
Stioner or immediately ?et Hook, round, &
.thereafter. If you fail to Tapeworms. Rotate
do so, a default may be HPPy Jack tpworm
entered against you for tablets and Liqui-
the relief demanded in OKALOOSA
:the petition. GRAIN FEED
'Copies of all court docu- STORE
:ments in this case, includ- 682-9333
'ing orders are available www.happyjackinc.com
at the Cleri of the Circuit
.Court's office. You may
review these documents --
upon request. ".'\


You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida 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,
re uires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
.ina dismissal or striking
ofpleadings.
Dated: 1-31-08
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Kristen Oswald*
Deputy Clerk


02/06/08
02/13/08
02/20/08
02/27/08


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Liquidation
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Douglas Ave Brewton
Wed., Feb 20th thru
Tues Feb 26th; Hrs.
-9-5 Wall & floor gon-
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shelving, safes, coun-
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Please write RLB P.O.
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32536, or call (850)
689-8038


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


FOUND
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All s of Watch & Lose Weight Part-Time youth worker
All Types of Watch & g r n1i wanted call First Baptist
Clock Repair, grandfa- Like Crazy! Church of Holt
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Coins for sale
$1 and up. See Herb
Haar at the FWB coin
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1001Mar Walt Dr. FWB.
Buy Sell, Trade. Call
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washer & dryer with ped-
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loaders. Less than 1 year
old, still under warranty.
Have to sell by Fridayl
$2000 obo. 376-0360

Ron's Appliance &
Parts open 8am-6pm,
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
ance parts appliance re-
pair 21 N. Main
Street Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515






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Sun. Feb. 24th
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6100 Business/
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6110- Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
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6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
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6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


Employment Opportunities
Aquatic Biologist/Assistant Manager
MasterAquatlcs-F. Is located In Crestview, Florida and has one full-time
year-round position opening at this location beginning In the spring of
2008.
Master Aquatks specializes In the management of lakes, ponds and
wetlands throughout the panhandle of Florida, and the gulf coasts of
Alabama and Mississippi.MasrerAquatrs also provides distribution, sales
and service for Aqua Mater Foundation and Aeration Company.
The position Includes a full benefit package Including health insurance and
dental coverage, 401 (k), life Insurance, paid holiday and vacations.
Applicants should have a biology/chemistry/natural resources or
horticultural degree and/or 3-5 years of background experience. Ideal
candidate should have 2-3 years of field experience in the aquatic industry
with the ability to obtain a pesticide applicators license.
Applicant should be career-oriented with mechanical aptitude and
computer knowledge. Experience with boats, outboard motors, trailers and
ATV's Is required.
Apply by March 15,2008. Send your resume to: Master Aquatics, c/o
John Cortell, 709 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536
orby E-rmail at Jcortollemasteraquatics.com.
w w w. master q uatic s. com
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Keaily, Inc
NEW igO Equal Housing
UCEW TIIO*" Opportunity
Nt' T0682-1800
Beautiful 3 BR home in Laurel Hill
Crestview 1 acre lot. 3329 Berrywood Trail
Immediate occupancy 3 br, 2 ba, $650
$750/mo +.$75udep, Baker
Pets negotiable (321) 1108 BlackberryCirc.
277-4531 leave mes- 4 br, 2 a, $14U0
Crestview
sage 6020 Gagnon
3 br, 2 ba, $850
Brand new 3br & 4br, 0 265 Lindber St
2ba homes in quiet sub- 3 br, 2 ba $850
division, Easy access to 0 420 Oak Place
Crestview & Niceville. 3 br, 2 ba, $895
Starting at $885 per 0* 124 Walker Circle
month. Call 4 br, 2 ba, $975
850-689-2221 511 Krest Dr.
3 br, 2 ba, $995,
0 2835 Atoka Trail
4br, 20ba, .$1100
N sn AV 1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3W 3 br, 2 ba, $1100
CW 5251 Mt. Olive Rd
4 br, 2 ba, $1100
Century 21
Moulton Realty Rent to Own
682-3849 $3000 down $440mo.
Rentals: 2br, iba. $62,500.
l Also 4br, 2ba, $3500
Crestview down $660mo.
0retvi p r $87,700 Crestview.
0 401 Apple Dr 5379798
3 br, 2 ba, $800+dd 5-97
*513 WingSan Way
3br, 2/2ba $000+dd Rent to Own
5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mo+dd 2br house, corner lot,
S295 Batten Rd, in Crestview New win-
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd dows, carpet, vinyl,
0 2932 Sholtz Ave. \paint. 897 E Walnut
3br, 2ba $1000+dd 3000 down $555mo
352 Riverchase Blvd 537-9798
3 br 2 ba $1075+dd
0 5272 Cavalier Dr.
2br, 1ba, $725mo+dd
64,ourtpe _ane NEW I


bor 2ba 8o umo+ddaa
S4733 Meadow Lake
Drive 3 br, 2V2 ba
$20O6mo +dd
0 202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo-dd
* 121 Trenton
3 br 2 ba $950mo+dd
* 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
* 143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba $875mo+dd
* 545 Tikell .
4br3ba $1250mo+dd
0 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 1443 Thunder Ridge
Road
3br 2ba $950mo+dd
* 211 Warrior
3 br, 2 ba, $1200mo

Baker
0 1031 Lighthouse
Church Rd.,
3br, 2ba $650nro+dd


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$575 2 br, 1 ba
* 2117 Hagood Loop
$1250, 4 br, 3 ba, 2cg
No pets
1 428 Riverchase
1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
No pets
* 391 Riverchase
1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
1800, 3br, 2V2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet.
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-61 6


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


I 6170

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7oo 8100oo I
Crestview
Attention Real e rfll


8X8 STEEL Education
PANEL ROLL UP
GARAGE DOORS Now accepting applica-
Used 8x8 steel panel tons for employment at
Used 8x8 steel pane Learning Tree Day
rollup garage doors all School Inc., 201 Valley
tracking fishing tin & Road. Must be at least
hardware $300/door 18 years of age. Apply
850-902-3775/850-902 in person only.
2409
Education/Training
W Tutor wanted in Crest-
1 3220 1 view to teach Reading.
Super Full Size Water- 850-398-8300
bed with heater.
woodframe, headboard Healthcare/CNA/Aide
with miroor. Six drawers
at bottom. New liner. Exp. CNAs
Great Condition. Needed at ALZ. ALF in
$125.00. 826-2555 Crestview. Evenings &
nights only. 423-1228
d% 3SS3M Web ID #27791174


Crestview t
Fri Sat&.Sun NEW T A I
1.0am-6pm Furniture," ,
memorabilia clothes, etc. Healthcare/Other
216 Patton Street
North Okaloosa
Crestview Medical Center
Huge Inside is looking for dynamic
Yard Sale team members for the
Most Thurs-Sat following positions:
9:30am .- Registered Nurses
429 N 4: Ra Tech.
Hathawav St -* Medical Assistant
Across from 'wvin Hills 4, Transcriptioniaste t
Park. Everything 1/2 off Environmental Services

Crestview Respiratory Therapist
Moving Sale (PRN)
Fri 9am ? Please visit
Sat 9 12 www.northokaloosa.com
137 Woodlawn To see all ob listings and
Dr137 Woolawn Job descriptions on obs.
Drive ,,
Appliances, $100s of We offer a competitive
fabric (material) furniture, salary with an excellent
everything must goll benefits package.
NOMC
Crestview 151. Redstone Avenue
Moving Sale Crestview Fl 32539
Sat. 8am until? 850-689-b146
5322 Whitney Court Fax 850-689-8470
Lots of new baby items www.northokaloosa.com
Crestview [essicadubose@chs.net
Multi Family EOE/Drug Free
Sat., Feb 23rd workplace
7am-noon. Kitchen cabi- Healthcare/Social Srvs
nets, refrigerator, stove Healthcare/Socal Srvcs
dishwasher, furn.; baby .
furn. & equip., women & Substance Abuse
children's clothing, toys, Counselor
books, household wares needed at Walton Cor-
and much more. rectional in Defuniak
Live Oak Court Springs. Background
Screening rrd. BA & 2
Crestview yrs exp. 401(k) / health
Multi le Yard' / dental. Fax resume to.
'l, 850- 522-1534 or email
ales SheliaRand@aol.
Sat. Feb. 23rd, 7am-12. com
4598 Scarlett Dr.
Maintenance
TUPPERWARE meaiae openArin on int-
New Catalog, monthly nance person. o hrs. weeK
special replacement with benefits. Experience in
soper al repackement plumbing SR, painting, eleciri-
order. Call Jackie ca, dna carpentry neeed.
6824305 Drug ee work place, valid dr.
license & transportation re-
a-q uired. Some travel required.
.uOpportuU Employer
view, Fl. 32539 850.685563
3260


Crestview- 2 br, 1.ba,
$6o00/mo + $600 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
398-5757 or 420-1516

Crestview- 2br, iba,
quiet gated no pets
$606mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574

Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL Cajl 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity

Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting 1pplica-
tions for 1 & BRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-6149
TDD/TTY 711. 145s
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.

Cirestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
.Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563.
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity




2 and 3 bedrooms for
rent. Call 830-2061 or
6824070

3br, 2ba w/gar,
screened room, 6-8 per-
son built in hot tub,
fenced backyard, Roof,
het, air & septic less
than 5 yrs old. $115K.
Call Ann, 423-1314


NEW IIooAY

American Realty,
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
0 2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
iba, $685
0311 Strawbridge Dr
3br 2ba, $900
*39 Relent Rd
3 br, 2ba, $1100
*718 Lee Ave.
3 br,.2 ba, $790
*135 Lonnie Jack Dr.
3br 2ba, $795
*502 Forest Ct. 3br,
1.5ba, $795
0296 Oakview PI. 3br,
2ba $800 ,
04600 Middleton Rd,
5br, 2.5ba, $800
039 57 Bear Creek Rd
2br 1.5ba $825
*374 Brackin St. 3br,
2ba,$825
0304 Crooked Pine .Tr,
3br 2.5ba $845
0217 Southview Dr. 3br
2ba $850 .
*221 Pinoak Ct., 3br,
2ba $850
0 1225 Northview Dr.
3br2ba $900
*2252 'itanium Dr. 4br,
2ba $1400
0 2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br 2ba, $1550
02820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
2ba, $1050
*315 John Kin Rd,
3 br,2 ba;$25.
0226 Southview Dr.,
3 br, 2 ha, $875
*332 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $740
01328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba $1050
06219 Winstead Rd,
3br 2ba $875 .
*130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$950
01002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1000
0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


S8140 6
Coldwell Banker JME
Really 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (8501689-1515
or (8501682-5922
305 Walnut Ave, 2br,
1ba 700sf, $500, Triple
*307 Walnut Ave, ]br,
1ba 700sf, $450 triplex
e1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1st month rent free
*286-A Henderson St
2br 1 ba, 900sf, $525
triplex
*2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
02716 Paddock Circle,
4br 2ba, 2097sf,
$1 1'95 endless pool
0262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br, 2.5ba, 1309sf,
$900; End Unit THI
*268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$900, new townhome
0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975 new townhome
*272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975 new townhome
*274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$960, new townhome
02385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
*226 Runnymeade Drive
,2br. 1.5 ba, 930sf,
$600 townhome
02385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. 1 br, 1 ba
1352sf, $595 util. incl.
0114 Feldon Drive, 3 br
2 ba, 1426 sq ft, $906
half off first months rent
* 5814 Reinke Drive- 4
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $895
in ground pool
*1 9 Steeplechase 3Dr. 3
br2 2 ba, 1025 sf,
$1025, fenced w/large
deck
03267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $845.
1 st month rent free
* 5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba, 1636sf,
$1675, cul-de-sac
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br, 2ba, 1942sf,
12600 1st month rent
free.
04815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
* 114 Hampton Drive
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
TH
9306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
* 2464 Kensington 3br,
2.5ba, 1080sft $695
large privacy fenced
backyard.
*4859 Kensington Lane,
3br. 2ba, 1427sf,
$1000 split bedroom
plan
e803 Aunt Polly Place,
3br 2ba 1702sf,
$1695 marble fireplace
* 128 Patton St. 2br,
1ba, 900sf, $625 lawn
care provided triplex
for Further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com
Country living 3/4 mile
north of High School.
3br 1.5ba, $800/mo.
$800 security deposit.
No pets. Call 830-8411
or 582-2722
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba
house near OWC. Huge
yard & screened porch!
$600mo. 865-5675
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
CH&A, fans, blinds,
fenced. $800/mo. Call
678-3343
Crestview 3br 1 bo,
1400sf, $700/mo.+dd.
*2br, 2ba, 1400sf
$756mo. Calf 865-0184
Crestview 4 BR, 2 BA,
2200sf Lee Farm S/D
Very nicel Avail. April 1
$1250. 850698-5044
Crestview beautiful
brick 3br 2ba, incl.
W/D, $950 + dep.
Lease purchase option.
Call 699-3833'
Crestview: S. 1-10 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340


NEW IIITAY
Janet Johnson
r -ll. l_--


510S rd i d

Cetiew
Wana Dvi 85.53


EHEVl" ".


Rick Epperson Realty,
LLC ~ Sales and Rentals
Call 850-865-7777
www.northwestflahomes.com



1 acre lots vacant or
with home. .Auburn area.
Call' 850-240-0890
Mossey Head
-REDUCED
3 large lots with utilities
39,000 in Century 21
" Moultons Realty rLinda
Ste. way
682-3849 or 240-3406


speed ladder racK, tool
box 146K miles $1,700
678-2584



1 8160
2003 Harley
Davidson 883
Anniversary
edition
4K miles, tons of extras,
a receipts, $5700 abo.
Call Nick,
850-374-2131



I 8170 -


1 71, 60 1Fiberlass camper shell
1968 12'x56' Mobile w/eamps, forr ft. bed
home New floor, carpet $300. bo 537-9706
anelin. 6Rewired. 00 mc537-8516
682-2034 after 6PM
Hunter's Aler! Dead 2000 Yamah
Andalusia, AL-football GP800 2005 MHwaverunner
on 3 acres bordered by59/mo. or buy parts o Pleas
100s of acres of pback message i no answer













hunt clbslseasdslandh.c
hunting cub leased and 5 f fiberglass Bay Bac
Plenty of aame, large 40 horse power mecure,
deer $6500. 80 motor $1, 53700 305
623-1499 or 723-5956











1- C 1997 Fourwind Cs 8220
ARIZONA LAND Looking for
LIQUIDATION! Dead 2000 Yamahc
field-sized lots. $0 Down comparable year) to ro
$0 Interest, $159/1mo. or buy parts off. Pleas
$18,995 totmmercial. Free in- call 4-5745. Lea
formation. Money back message if no answer.
quaranteel IToll-free
-800-682-6103 Op#10
www.sunsiteslandrush.com

""8220 Personal Watercrt 8330ts
' 1 999 HR 27 FT.
'- 1 $8000. 537-305;


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RECREATIONAL |4 ln -
8100 Antique & Coocarineb
8110-Cars 1997 Fourwind Clas
8120 SportsUtilityVehicles C Ford 460 28 UFL
8130 -Trucksr Trr-tisc
8140 Vans 13,500.s 537-305
8150 Commercial 598-6864
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Paris
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft tree Boats
.8230 Se [ iboatsAilln Wded, AIAluminun Boats.
Supplies $500-$1,000Rebateon IIXtemBoats,,
8310 Aircraft/Aviation 'We also sell Smoker/BBQ, F/ers,
8320 ATV/Ott Road Vehicles Utility Vehicles, Bonifay FL
8330 -. Campers & Trailers www.xtremeindustries.oon
8340 Motorhornes Tall Freet1-86--3376


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or


James Chessher
For friendly service and
exceptional deals, stop by and
talk with James about the
new or used vehicle you've
been dreaming of.


AN AMERICAN REVOLUTION
A ward Your Sllverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731 j


NEW TIIJAV

Sickle Mower
5 Ft. ideal for small frac-
tor or small hay' field
$200. call Charlie
758-1279


I EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales,
4130 Employment
Information


S4100
Customer Servc/Call Ctr
Customer
Service
Representative
FT CSR position. Please
contact Kirk Simmops at
08501398-6151 or
800-681-6810
Drivers
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Traininq.
1 866 280-5309


I F -71 ....... .. . .


Never Worn
Beautiful
Princess
Diamond Ring
Appraised Value:
$7,50011
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NEW luu"T Estate NtVVW *u"---
Professionals
Auburn- Large 2br, Before you settle for a ANTIQUE TRUCK
2ba MH, large yard 2%. commission on some- Ford F100 1967 360V8,
$550mo, $575dd one else's listings, check 3 speed on the column,
No pets, out our 4.5% commission short wheel base, com-
No smoking to the transactional or pletely restored from the
SCall 2o kn0 g buyer's agent frame up, 77,000 origi-
Call 240-0890 MLS #s4 7 7 9 1, pal miles, garage kept.
477996, 477998, $14,000 678-2584
477999, 478047. Visit
Baker; Newly remod- our website for inventory
eled 2br, 1ba, mobile photos and floor plans:
home on quiet 1 acre lot www.eag lebldg.com.
Lg front porch, furnished CBC#1253662 _
or unfurnished $550mo/ I 110 I
$550dep, no pets/smok- Crestview
ing. Ref. Required Sen- New Homes at. Ford escort 1996 LX 5
iors welcome 537-2510 Low Prices 70 oo n58- dtion
P, Low Pricesnn7eO'O:0.0 0/758-5214
Brand new homes with
h. bullnose wall corners, ce- .
Crestview 2 br, 1ba ramic tile, ceiling fans, & Lincoln Mark 8 1995
$475. 3 br 1 ba $575. much more. Two homes Body & interior in good
No pets. '862-4595 or are situated on over 1 condition but does not
217-2750 ac. Prices from run 115,000 miles
$148,625-$169,625.00 305-3035 for more de-
SFirst-time buyers' 'pro- tails
Crestview- 2 br 2 ba prams and special rates
MH, private lot WS&G or school employees, ....
inc. $600mo. No pets. law enforcement, Nissan Sentra
682-6892, leave msg. firefighters, and nursing Spec V 2004
home employees. 100% 75 350 miles black, 6
financing still available spd, 17" Drif6 Z wheels
Crestview 2br, 1.5ba for qualified buyers. with new tires. New ex-
$480mo. Quiet park. No Mortgage rates are at haust & Flowmaster.
pets. Military & seniors their lowest in years. Lowered 1/2" w/Eibach
welcome. 850-585-8192 Contact Amy at Springs. Pioneer CD &
850-428-2473 for more iPod hook up. Oil
financing info Pictures changed regularly. New
Cres.vie of homes and builder info wiper blades. Great
es da. No available at cond. $10K. Call 903
2K/,DIUAMI-I www.eaglebldg.com. 261-3158
FOR RENT Call builder at
on Canary Way 850-682-6569 for show-
$515mo/$500 Deposit ings. CBC#1253662
-enced lot w/storag
Call 6838066 g For sale by owner; 3br,
Call 683-8066 2ba,. .large bedrooms, 1 8120 1
large kitchen, 1 acre,
S $149,900 240-0890 Montero Sport 1999
Mossey Head 91,000 org. miles.
3bd 2 ba All 'electric, Holt valued $7800. asking
nice and clean. No pets. REDUCED $3,000. obo 689-3770
$600.monthly $400 de- 1891 S.F. home on 2
posit. 850-2250949 acres many xtras ui e
150,000. Century 21 TRUCKS
Linda Stegway Moultons
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...- .. ,, 240-3406

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trained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.- -,
7 I0 f Tow Just minutes to the base 4 -.. 8.
Real Estateand the beaches Th s .3
REALESTAT FOR SALE home offers 1582 sqft .. -:.
7100- Homes with 3BR and 2BA and ..
7110 Beach Home/ 2 car garage.- Y You $5,600
Property will find a very open Nissan Frontier 1998
7120 Commercial split floor Ipan wit a Black truck. New tires.
7130 Conilo/Townhouse magqificenrkitchen fea- Runs excellent. Call
7140 Farms & Ranches luring beautiful appli- now 850-3765081
7150 Lots and Acreage ances (including refrig-
7160 Mobille Homes erator) and tons of
7170- Waterfront counter and cabinet
7180 Investment space iicludin a cen- Ford 2000 F 150 ex.
Property ter island.- Ihere is cab. black 99,000 miles
7190- Out-of-Town also a very large back- flair side $4800.
RealEstate yard that is fully 682-4369 758-1020
7200 Timeshareencedl.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
BbenB egBu an own this lovely home'- NEWf Ou
trut i e $189,00. MLS
c#481226.- Call today WORK TRUCKS
to see for yourself -
THIS WEEK'S Jodi Van Wagner/ FOR SALE
SColdwell Banker Onited 96 F150 EXT cab auto
LISTINGS 850-723-1907.. ladder rack tool box
195K miles $1,950
NEW CONSTRUCTION Rent to O94 F150 8' bed 300
NEWCONSTRUCTION e o own No credit 6CYL4 spd ladder rack,
4606 BOBOLINK WAY needed No Bank0 1 tool box 168K mi $1600
3/2 Split floor plan on level lot, needed 850-243-2172 95 GMC 2500 van V8
2cargarage$167,200 auto ladder rack,
2ra46371BOBOLINK0WAY tool/parts bin 124K mi-
3/2-o lor- is-95 F 1p O 8' bed V8 4
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fireplace, lots of upgrades
$174,000
6120 WILLOW LANE
3/2 Split floor plan, lots of
upgrades $161,500
5170 PALMETTO AVE
3/2 Split floor plan with lots of
upgrades $158,250
3208 TWILIGHT DR
3/2 Split floor plan with
screened porch & lots of
upgrades $165,000
6070 Bud Moulton Rd
One acre lot with stately Oak
Trees, fenced back yard, out
building, fireplace, large
kitchen. With a little TLC this
can be your dream home.
$199,900


232 Riverchase
South of 1-10 with heated in
ground pool in a large back
yard, privacy fence, tile & wood
floors throughout $229,000
5594 Pine Lake
3/2 split floor plan with
beautiful hard wood floors,
fireplace and new carpet
throughout, privacy fenced
back yard and large corner lot
$215,000
5650 Goodwin Road
4 acres with large
manufactured home, split
floor plan and lots of upgrades.
Bring your horses and enjoy
the country living just minutes
from town $164,900
104 Eastview
2 story, single car garage south
of 1-10. This little cottage
would make a great starter
home on a large level lot
with backyard privacy fenced
$145,000
5700 J V WOOLLEY RD
Nice 3/2 all brick home on 1
acre just east of Crestview.
Large carport & back porch
to enjoy the country quiet.
$174,900

J- r

Baylis & Davis
Realty
Your Crestview connection






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CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY20, 2008 -I


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All Remaing 07
Inventory Must Gc


on All 07 Models I
In Stock or Chose from |
Huge Rebates .


08 IMPALA
Drivers Ed Demo
$18,759
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM, CD
Stock #11931


$15,577
AC, AUTO TRANS, AM/FM, XM, CD
Stock #12220


08 MALIBU
$19,995
PW, PL,.CR, TL, AM/FM, CD
Stock #12756


088SILVERADO
CREW CAB
$23,437
V8, PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM, XM, CD
Stock #12512


08 COBALT
$11,939
AC, AM/FM, XM, CD -
Stock #12711


EXTENDED CAB
$19,188
AUTO, AC, AM/FM, XM, CD
Stock #12725


08 HHR
$15,137
PW, PL, AM/FM, CD,
ON STAR, AUTO TRANS
Stock #12519


08 TAHOE 08 EQUINOX 08 AANCHE
$30,937 $18,857 $28,589
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM, XM, CD, LOCKING PW, PL,.CR, TL, AM/FM, CD, ON STAR PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM, XM, CD
REAR DIFF, HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS, Stock #12460 Stock #12556
3RD ROW SEATS, ALM WHEELS
Stock #12794


/ I\ J. -...CRESTVIEW 682-2731 M ...
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEWN
Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates and dealer discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Low rates in lieu of rebates. Sale ends 2/29/08. 20163


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