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Daron Norwood's truck and trailer used in his "Keep It
Straight" program was located in the Northview Plaza
Shopping Center shortly after his arrest.


Charges against


Norwood dropped


Florida Freedom
Newspapers
CRESTVIEW Kim-
berly Norwood has
dropped her domestic vio-
lence charge against her
husband, country music
singer Daron Norwood.
She maintains that he
still cannot come near her
or her children.

No~rw o pku lisD ioth
Music City News Media
and Marketing, issued a
statement Thursday ask-
ing for privacy in the mat-
ter. -
Bill Bishop, chief assis-
tant state attorney for Oka-
erosaCounty)i confirmed


written drop-charges re-
quest.
Daron Norwood, 42, of
Dra onfly Way in Crest-
view, was arrested April
15 after leaving the scene
of an incident with Kim-
berly. The couple is legally
separated, according to his
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office arrest report.
She said he hit and
clae her during an ar-

Bishop cited insufficient
evidence.
Daron Norwood makes
frequent public appear-
ances to educate young-
sters about the dangers of
drugs and alcohol through
his Keep It Straight USA


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Flags were flown at half staff odier Crestview City Hall on Friday to honor late city council member Brenda Bush.


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The office of Crestview Mayor
David Cadle annouced W dnesd
City Council President Brenda
Bush had passed away.

199E31 tusdh, 59 headC srvC coctin
uously on the body, rising to the
position of vice president and, at
the council's most recent meeting,
being elected council president.
During the course of her public
service, she served in Jarious ca-
pacities, including: nai t
Cty represe ttve to
and chosen as president, vice
president, secretary/treasurer,
and state lobbyist of the Oka-
loosa County League of Cities
(OCLOC)
*City representative to and
chosen as state delegate and state
lobbyist of the Northwest Florida
League of Cities (NWFLOC)
*City representative to the

See BRENDA 3


Emotions g et heated at

Laurel Hill council meeting
voted for -former council
Kyle Wright member Chris Jowers.
Crestview News Bulletin dItic k b isd wal apr

LAUREL HILL Ten- James Dunn.
sions bubbled to the sur- He then openly ques-
face during the Laurel tioned the votes of Wil-
Hill City Council meeting liamson and Collinsworth
Thursday night. and asked if they "were
A deadlock in a vote among those who wish to
to fill a vacant seat oh the see the city return to the
council sparked conten- county."
tious reactions all around Williamson and Col-
the council chamber. linsworth defended thein-
The disagreements be- selves with strong state
gan after the council split a ments of their own.
vote to appoint a replace- Collinsworth said he
ment for council member didn't think Laurel Hill
Wanda "Kittie" Adams, residents "could be any
who is resigning for health worse off" if the city was
reasons effective May 1. absorbed into Okaloosa
Betty Williamson and County. Williamson said
Gary Collinsworth voted "she wouldn't mind at all"


-(:One of ther most mecmorable moments was before I was on
City Councl, when she came to the 100tjh anniversary of my
church. She wa~s always; had a scripture vesrse ready and always
ouLn Jed posIaVe.
..Even the lasr ame I 33aw her. she wals scil1 positi- ."


"'W inl1 all miss diat sweet, gernde anr d carng lad!. HerS will be
big shoesc to fill.


"I am so jorry to hea~r thisj. Brenda was t;or die peonple and was
not~ afraid to vo-,te aainst big companies If` It w3sni't in the bet in-
erertst of t~he people."
,From F~rllo k R-down 10be sitir


for Harold Jones. Johnny
James and Vizell.Robbins


event (either an'organiza-
tion or its representative)?
*Is it sponsored by a
public entity, an outside
party, or both?
*Will there be a finan-
cial impact on a public en-
tity, such as police or the
streets department?
*Is it a public event or


a money-making event?
Under the proposal
presented Tuesday eve-
ning, the city would ob-
tain a liability policy from
the Florida League of Cit-
ies. Sponsoring organiza-
Stions would be required to

See POLICY 3


The council then turned
tothe main business of
tl e, workshop: cit2 insur-
'ance co\ei-age for special
events. '.
SThrough the -Admin-
istrative Ser~vices depart-
ment, Crestvieiiha$ egun
investigating how best to
protect the city from liabil-


ity issues at events held on
city property.
Presenting a prelimi-
nary policy,' Adminis-
trative Services director
Mike Wing, said factors
for the council to consider
when approving an event
include:
*Who "owns" the


Insurance coverage a sticking

point in proposed guidelines


cil's workshop meeting
Tuesday evening, includ-
ing a request to solicit bids
for auditing services and
acquiring land for a spray
field.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

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quickly dispensed with at
the Crestview City Coun-

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RIES OF BRENDA BUSH
"Brenda Bush was a strong believer in the-
powecr of prayer. We knew she was very ill
dris Past year, but not one time did she com-
Plain. Every tme you would inquire as to her
health. she would tell you she was doing fine
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strayed away from the
truth to those who per-
verted the Gospel.
In 2 Corinthians 4:2,
he mentions those who
handle the word of God
deceitfully. Needless to
say, men can corrupt the
written and preached
word, but Jesus Christ is
completely incorruptible!
If we confuse the writ-
ten or preached word with
the Living Word, then we
fail to give glory where it
is due.
Some will say it is the
written or preached word
that saves, but the Bible
teaches that Jesus saved
his people from their smns
(Matthew 1:21).
The Lord is able to
reach places where the
written or preached word
may never be seen. This
should give us hope dur-
ing these times of uncer-
tainty. While the written/
preached gospel brings
life and immortality to
light, men are saved by
the Living Word, Jesus
Christ. Unto him belongs
the glory!

Michael Green Jr. is pas-
tor of Palm Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church (www.palm-
chapel.org) in Crestview.
Palm Chapel meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pas-
tor Green can be contacted
at 689-3383 or by e-mail at
pzstorQpalmchapel.org. He
warmly invites you to come
and worship at Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church.


divide the words of scri~p-
ture.
The Bible teaches us
that there is a written
word. 2 Peter 1:16-19 ad-
dresses the written word
of God.
In verse 16 Peter writes,
"For we have not fol-
lowed cunningly devised
Sfables..."
Then, he elaborates on
what is to be followed.
"We have also a more
sure word of prophecy;
wheredinto ye do well that
ye take heed, as unto a
light that shineth in a dark
place, until the day dawn,
and the day star arise in
your hearts."
The "more sure word"
in this passage is the Holy
Bible. We are instructed
to not follow the flawed
teachings of men.
The Bible is to be our
guide for righteous liv-
ing. It is the book that we
are to obey as God's chil-
dren. We should dedicate
ourselves to the study of
this book and be ready to
defend its truths with our
lives.
In 2 Timothyr 4:2, Paul
instructs Timothy to
preach the word. This is
another word we are to
distinguish in the Bible.
The preached word is the
message of the Gospel
ministers are called to
boldly proclaim. -
I am thankful for our
forefathers who have
given up everything to
teach the wonderful doc-
trines and precepts of the


Bible. It is a blessing to see
Other men being called by
God to wave His banner
of truth.
Last but not least we
observe the "word" in the
Bible that deserves all glo-
ry. This word is our savior
Jesus Christ.
John 1 states that, "In
the beginning was the .
Word, and the Word was
with God, and the Word
was God."
Jesus Christ is the timI~e-
less, incorruptible word
of God. He should receive
all glory because of this
exalted position.
Peter exclaims that we
are, "born again, not of
corruptible seed, but of
incorruptible, by the word
of God, which liveth and
abideth for 'ever (1 Peter
1:23)."
The word of God that
he references is Jesus
Christ.
How do we know that
the incorruptible word is
Jesus Christ? It is because
he is the only word that
is perfect in presence and
implementation.
The written and
preached word is a great
blessing from God. He
gave us the Gospel in a
perfect condition. The
problem is that the writ-
ten and preached word is
implemented by imperfect
beings.
In 2 Corinthians 2:17,
Paul writes of those who
corrupt the word of God.
In Galatians 1:6-7 he ad-
dresses those who had


Nowe unto him that is able
to do exceeding abundanltly
above all that roe ask or think,
according to the power that
worketh in us, unto him be
glory in the church by Christ
Jesus throughout all ages,
world without end. Amen.
- Ephesians 3:20-21

The Apostle Paul was
concerned about the
Lord receiving His just
glory. This was the scope
of his ministry. He took
many opportunities in
his epistles to express this
thought. As Christians .
this also ought to be our
desire.
When we study the
Bible we should approach
it with God's glory in
mind. If our interpreta-
tions of certain passages
appear to diminish the
glory of God and his son
Jesus Christ, then we need
to make sure we are cor-
rectly interpreting what is
being taught. .'
One such area of con-
cern is our understanding
of the ~word of God. In 2
Timothy 2:15, Paul writes,
"Study to shew thyself ap-
proved unto God, a work-
man that needeth not to
be ashamed, rightly divid-
ing the word of truth."
When we fail to rightly
separate the word, we
do not give proper glory
unto the Lord. The Bilyle
teaches three 'words' in
the Bible. Two of them can
be corrupted by man. One
of them is absolutely in-
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pastor, the Rev. Donald
Smith. The church's cur-
rent pastor, Dr. Jerry Ha-
ley, will officiate.
A niceal will follow the
service.
"Everyone is invited,"
said Carlotta Garrett, the
church's minister of music
and' member for the last

Garrett said the addi-
tion of the fellowship hall
is the biggest change in
her time with the church.
She said Pilgrim Rest
plans to construct a new
sanctuary within the next
five years.

Live Oak Baptist
Live Oak's 75th anni-
versary program May 4


starts with bible study
at 9:45 a.m., followed by
worship hour at 11 a.m.
The program includes
special music, preaching
from past and present
members, followed by a
meal and gospel sing fea-
turing Country Gospel 4

U.All are invited.
"We're looking for-
ward to seeing former
members and folks that
don't have a church who
might want to become a
~part of our family," as-
sociate pastor Dennis
Walker said.
Walker has enjoyed
the stories about the
church's growth dur-
ing planning for the an-


niversary. He said some
church members re-
member hearing about
the initial meetings un-
der trees. He also talked
about the growth of the
church~ from 12 members
to more than 300 under a
recent pastor.

partL cfhe caokmh iey foa
75 years," Walker said.
"We hope we've made a
difference, and we would
like to have people come
and celebrate that and
look forward to coming
years."

Share your memories
of the history of the local
churches at crestz~iewbulle-
tint.com


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

A pair of area church~
es will mark- significant
milestones in~ the coming
days.
Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Church in Baker will mark
i~tsn1d2a0th anniversary on
Live Oak Baptist
Church in Crestview will
celebrate its 75th anniver-
sary on May 4.

Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Pilgrim Rest's 120th
anniversary program will
start at 10 a.m. Sunday
and include singing, some
history and a message
from the church's, former


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.and father. Earl came into
;ii~i my lif 79 !years ago. st
wras Heaven s'ent, we shared a
wonderful life together, and
he will hive mn my heart until we meet again.
I would like to thank all family and friends
for the: beautiful Hlowers, cards and words of
sympathy.

Earl w\as a member of Bluegrass Association.
He formed the Panhandle Express Bluegrass
band 35~ years ago. Earl has played on the Grand
Ole Opry and was very active in his music. Pa,
you w~ill be greatly missed and I love you wit
a~ll my heart. God needed you to play~ in his
great angel band in heavecn.

Wit'ih all my love to you
Forever your loving wife,
Almgil~ce Robert~S ,


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and Buildings Task Force
Board
reB sh had suffe d from
much of the past year.
Bush is survived by Jim
Bush, her husband of 41
years, their three sons and
two grandchildren. .
Bush was a member of
the~ First Baptist Church
for almost 20 years. She
served as a Sunday school
teacher and on various
church committees.

ouSheci i aor a iain
including the Women's
Club of Crestview, the
Criestview Area C~ham-
ber of Commerce and the
North Okaloosa Unit of


PRECINCT 3
COUNCIL SEAT
Per the cit~y charter,
the council will shortly an-
nounce the opening of
Beknda Bush's Precinet 3
counall seat anel advertlSe
for a replacement
Eligible citlzens Ileing In
her district ma~y apply aInd
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appear ng before~ the body
soren iro th ls tj fill
her seat unltll the eilection
nerxt March.

the American Cancer So-
ciety.
Visitation is Saturday
from 6 to 9 p~m. at White-

hHoe Funral sercriei
p.m. Sunday at First Bap-
tist Church of Crestview.
Contributions may: be
made to the American
Cancer Society.


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significant contributions
to the scholarship fund.
* The city will recog-
nize three of its leading
citizens in May
John W. Harrison will
be posthumously honored
as Laurel Hill's Citizen of
the Year prior to the coun-
cil's May 8 meeting. '
rDoug and Estelle Rog-
ers will be recognized
May 17 with an event at
First Baptist Church in
Laurel Hill.
*Jones, Adams, Joan
Smith and Robby Adams
were appointed to the
.city's Community Devel-
opment Block Grant Citi-
zens Advisory Task Force.

What was the most tell-
ing comment made during
Thursday's Laurel Hill City
Council meeting? Find out
Kyle Wright's opinion by
visiting the "Passing Shots"
blog at crestviewbulletin.
comn


if the city was dissolved.
Verbal sparring be-
tween Williamson and
Powers regarding William-
son's vote then dominated
the proceedings for sev-
eral minutes,
The only thing close to
a consensus came on a 3-1
vote to table the process.
James voted to continue
the discussion. Adams
was present, but was not
able to vote for her own
replacement.
Adams' seat will remain
open until a majority of
the four remaining coun-
cil members cant agree on
a replacement.
"We anticipated a divi-
sion," City Manager Tim
Bolduc said. "That's why
we started this process
early."

Other busineSS
*The council denied a
contraction request filed
Jan. 24 by a 4-1 vote. Wil-


liamsonr was the 'nay'
vote.
City Attorney Toni
Craig said the petition
was "not legally suffi-
cient" because of proper-
ties that were incorrectly
listed.
Boldue said the sign-
ers would receive a letter
explaining the reasons for
the petition's denial. The
individual signers will
'have the~ opportunity to
file their own petitions f
they wish to continue to
pursue the contraction
process.
*The council unani-
mously approved a mo-
tion not to pursue the
purchase of land for pos-
sible use as a wastewater
facility. Council members
expressed concerns over
the city's ability to pay for
the land.
Boldue emphasized he
did not endorse or disap-
prove of the proposal.


*Boldue presented a
report on the city's finan-
cial status.
He said the city had
spent less than projected,
but revenues also were
lower than expected.
He said the city's over-
all financial picture is
about $50,000 better than
it was at this time in 2007.
"And that's with a real
good plan to keep things
moving in the right direc-
tion," Boldue said.
Eolduc emphasized the
city: always has at least
$45,000 in its coffers, with
the exact amount varying
depending on the time of
the month. -
*The council heard
a letter of thanks from a
past recipient of the city
of Laurel Hill scholar-
ship. The city will start
the process to determine
this year's scholarship re-
cipients soon. Boldue said
Collinsworth has made


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Association of Home and
Community Education re-
cently held its annual Cul-
tural Arts Program at the
County Extension Office
in Crestview. The program
featured a variety of cat-
egories including quilting,
cross stitching, crochet,
painting, photography
and recycled items. Lo-
cal clubs that, participated
in the program were the
Happy Homemakers of
Crestview, the Fort Walton
Beach Club and the Pace
Setters from Fort Walton
Beach.


Ann Spann / Crestview News
Buleti
Nita Hall, a member of the
Happy Homemakers Club,
won a blue ribbon for her
crochet work.


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have their own insurance
to hold events on public
property.
Smaller groups, which
might be unable to afford
special events insurance
coverage, could seek co-
sponsorship with the city
and pay a small fee for
coverage under the $1,500
Florida League of Cities
special events policy
Administrative 'Servic-
es recommended a policy
that would require most
events to be approved by
the city council after it
weighed multiple factors.
"We basically have
gone to several sources
to assure what we are
placing into this policy
is appropriate, both from
a practical standpoint
as well as a legal stand-
point," Wing explained.
Many recommenda-
tions came from the Pub-
lic Risk Management As-
sociation, a nationwide
organization the city re-
cently joined.
"The cify will always
be considered a deep
pocket in the event of any
legal action," Wing said,
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"We built these place
for a purposes," Well
observed. "An event th~
could benefit the commu
nity could be held bac
if every decision had t
come before the council.
Councilwoman Lind
Parker expressed. cau
tious support for the pro
posed policy. She als
encouraged fiscal respond
sibility as it is developed
particularly in light c
anticipated tighter city f:
nances.
"I want us to suppol
the community but at th
same time I'm not about t
dump money after mon
ey throughout the year,
Parker said. "I don't wan
to wind up tvith a million
dollar (events insur~anc~
account. "
The issue will come u
at a future City Counc
meeting.

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handle liability insurance
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acres of land located in
Section 32, Township 3
North, Range 23 West,
(08S1). Requested by
Retire Early, LLC, Prop-
erty Owners, by James
L. Wellborn and Charles
Plauche, Managing
Members. LPA 06-70
- Second Reading and
Adoption.
3. New Business:
a. Waterflow & Fire
Inspections Ms. Mary
Adams.
b. Florida League of
Cities Conference Issue
Advertisement Ad-
ministrative Services.
c. Proposal Regard_
ing Unclaimed Funds
- Finance Director.
d. Negotiate Pur-
chase of Sixty (60) acres
- Public Services De
apartment.
4. Mayoral Report.
5. Business from the
Floor.


Councilman Chip
Wells expressed concern


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The City Coun-
cil has announced its
agenda for Monday's
regular meeting. The
public is invited and
encouraged to attend
the inecting, to begin
at 6 p.m. in the Coun-
cil Chambers at City
Hall.

1. Approval of Con-
sent Agenda. .
2. Public Hearing
a. Ordinance #1392 -
Arnhexing of 43.56 acres
located in Section 11,
Range 3 North, Town-
ship 24 West, Requested
by Seneca Trail, Ltd.,
and David and Cathy
Roy, Property Owners.
LPA 08-09 Second
Reading and Adoption.
b. Ordinance #1394
Rezoning of 9.64+


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as soon as feasible.


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Mayor David Cadle signs the contract with Debbie Adams
of Okaloosa Title looking on.


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the funds was approved
earlier Thursday.
Officials say the build-
ing will help the city meet
its anticipated future need
for additional space.
Mayor David Cadle
said the city will begin us-
ing the building after the
City Council determines
the best use for the space.


Crestview News Bulletin

The city of Crestview
made its purchase of the
Citi~hurch building and
property official Thursday.
The city paid $1.6 mil-
lion for the 30,000-square-
feet facility and land ad-
jacent to the Old Spanish
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| Crestview News Bulletin


SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2008


Mr. and Mrs. Michael M.
Lohner of Crestview announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Miranda Lynn Lohner, to Joseph
Perry Schipper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Perry S. Schipper of Freeport.
She graduated from Crestview
High School and Okaloosa-Walton
College, where she received an
associate of arts degree. .Miranda
works at Bay State Cable Ties.
Joshua is a graduate of Freeport
High School and the University of

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Rhe hu mony is planned for May
3, 2008 at New Beginnings Church
in Crestview.





Raymond Earl Smith
Raymond Earl Smith, 67, died
Monday, April 21, 2008 at his
home in Crestview.
Raymond, Red to his friends,
was preceded in death by his son,
Chad Smith, on April 5, 2007, and
his sister, Betty Janeaux.
Survivors include his wife,
Saio Smith ,urlotteh Jmes
Garrett and Cristy McCoy, two
stepdaughters, Laura Lyons and
Lisa Redwine, five granddaugh-
ters, two grandsons and one
great-grandson. The family plans
a private memorial.

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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

It may be one of Crest-
view High School's less-
er-kn~own co-curricular
activities, but that didn't
stop the school's Winter
Guard unit from placing
eighth in the nation.
Making the accom-
plishment even sweeter,
Crest-view has a very
young unit. The girls' av-
erage age is 16. Most are
ninth-graders, "which
:akes ea threat udis
the team's director, Jeff

Welsh 8.d

has been its instructor for
10 years. He is also the
academic director of the
Northwest Florida Ballet
Academie and the Oka-
loosa School District's
fine arts coordinator.
Winter ~Guard, called
"the sport of the arts," can
encompass field guard,
the marchers who ac-
company bands; or color
guard. Both groups per-
form precision flag, saber
or rifle twirling.
"It's a hard thing to
explain what a color
guard is," said Welsh. "I
tell people it's like dance
team combined with dra-
ma and juggling with a
hint of ROTC."
After performances at
regional competition in
Pensacola and Atlanta,
"everybody was buzz-
ing about how good we
were," Welsh said.
Crestview's Winter
Guard next headed to
Dayton, Ohio, for the na-


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Alex Lloyd gets a close look at a beaver while touring the John McMahon Environmental
Education Center with his fourth-grade class from Northwood Elementary.



Mayor proclaims Earth


and Ar bor Day obser vance


Dudley Bass / Special to the News Bulletin
Members of Clestview High's Winter Guard perform
during the March 8 Patriot Classic in Pace.


Brian Hughes
Crestvievi ~News Bulletin

The city's normally
pastoral John~ McMahon
Environmental Education
Center was abuzz with
more than the twittering of
its usual avian population
Thursday morning.
Classes from North-
wood Elementary and
Richbourg Middle schools
walked over to the center's
Butler Circle location to
witness Mayor David Ca-
dle proclaim the city's first
official Arbor and Earth
Day observance.
"We have a great trea-
sure here, right in the city
of Crestviety," the mayor
said. "We're going to con-
tinue working here in the
city to make several av-
enues of education avail-
able for our students and
also for our adults."
Cadle praised the efforts
of retired forester John Mc-
Mahon, the moving force
behind the center and its
current curator.
Also on hand was Darrel
Williams with the Depart-
ment of Agriculture's Nat-
ural Resources and ladies
from the Women's Club of
Crestview, all of whom as-
sist with the center,
"It's a red letter day,"
exclaimed McMahon, "be-
cause it's the first day the
city has had an official Ar-
bor Day ceremony.
"It will acid to our total
package of environmental
education. It'll just add to


In Dayton the unit went
through preliminary
competition followed by
semifinals, in which the
group had to be in the top
three or four.
"We were second in
our preliminary round,
and fourth in the semifi-
nals," Walsh said. "After
all of that competing, they
have found the top 15 col-
or guards in the country."
Each time someone
watches the Winter Guard
in action, the event gains
an immediate new enthu-
siast, supporters say.
"Usually when people
come to watch it live,
they're .spellbound and
they say, 'I've never seen
anything like it'," Walsh
said.

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tionals, where they com-
peted against 135 other
Scholastic A units, com-
ing in eighth~. (Scholastic
A is thie most popular
division among school
teams) .
"Tobe in the top l5 is an
honor in itself, especially
considering how young
our guard is," Welsh said.
"And we landed right in
the middle of the pack, in
the top ten!"
Performing in Winter
Guard isn't easy. Compe-
titions are every Saturday
during the season,
"It's .tough," Welsh
said.
"Thegirlspracticeeight
to 24 hours a week," said
Kimberley Smith, mother
of Chelsea, a sophomore
completing her first year
with the unit. "The girls
work so hard. It is a sport
combined with the arts."


survive many, many years
and encourage other peo-
ple to take part in activi-
ties here," McMahon said,
smoothing the soil around
the base of the tree.
"We were just happy
that we could provide
this tree for such a worthy
cause," said Gutenmann.
The McMahon Center
is open daily. Admission is
free.

See video of thze mzayor's
proclamation and thze tree
planting at www.crestview-
bulletin:com.


our appreciating nature a
little more and tmderstand-
ing nat-ure a little better."
After the mayoral proc-
lamation, Cadle, McMa-
hon and Jeanne Guten-
mann of the Crestview
Women's Club took turns
shoveling dirt around
a newly planted crape
myrtle tree donated by th~e
club.
"As usual, Mr. McMa-
hon has done most of the
work and he already has
the tree in the ground,"
joked the mayor.
"Hopefully this tree will


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an"y, mortgage on the follow- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
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n'e, O ;SALO SOApe County, OKALOOSA
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8 o TLAOGE T CORDPIN Deceased.
the THEREOF AS RE- NOTICE TO CREDIT.
either CORDED IN PLAT TORS
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to serve a copy of your Division, the address of
10, written defenses, if an~ which is 101 James Lee
on or before May 1 Boulevard, East,
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Law Group, P.I., house, Crestview, Florida
RT Plaintiff;s attorney, whose 32536. The names and
address is 9119 Corpo- addresses of the Personal
rate Lake Drive, Suite Representative and of the
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nehete $2,000

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Farm BuroD coauent2- 0

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negulcr Price $26i,565
Rebate $2,500

vear prie $24,065


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16x80 Redmond 3bd
2ba dishwasher, stove
excellent c~wshrond. must Abe
moved $17,500.
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8100 -Antique & Collectibles
611o-cars
8120 -SportsUtilityVehicles
8130 -Truckts
8140- Vans
a10 Molorcces
8170 Auto Parts
821, Boaso.
8220 Personal watercraft
8230 Sailboats
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8310 Aircrait/Aviation
8320 -ATV/OflRoad Vehicles
8330 Campers & Tradlers
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Crestview News Bulletin


SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2008


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needed. Please send re
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G10Bsns an
romconferelncero,
kitchnen, obb, prkig.
All o pat operfect for s

nj1ow-Ron for Retai
685070 Noi Hmll


The date of
catio nf2


Attorney


the first pub li-
0h s8 Notice is

for Personal
ive:
. PEEK
rnment Street,
orida 32578
P78 bon e
N8. 329010


ice on Petitioner's attor Commencing at the
nr ormme ieatelydthee Nr 0thd wst1 rners ti S
will be entered against 25 Townsh a North,
you for the relief de- Ran e 24 Wet hence
mended in the Petition. run iast along th;e North
WITNESS my hand and line thereof a distance of
Seal of this Court on the 825 feet to the Point of
26 dayof March, 2008. 1Beginnin; r,.hs c ~thc e cn-
Don W. H-oward of 495 feet, more or less,
CLERK OF COURT to the Northl East corner
py:V ki8 kkson thereof; dtic erun S 1) 1
feet; thence run West
04 052008 and' parallel to the North
04 122008 line of said Fourt a dis-
04 192008 tance of 495 feet thence
04 ~62008 run North for a distance
of 264 feet to the Point of
~-E TR WITH 2000
LEGAL #100374 Skyine~ Ocala #535,
Wmner 60 x 32 manu-
factured home, Serial
AUCTION Nos: .80610106NA &
Pursuant to Section 80610106NB
713.75. Florida Statutes
there will be a public The sale will be held on
auction May 26, 2008 May 192008, at 11:00
at 8:00 A.M. For~ the fol- a.m. (Cntral Tim~e) to the
lowing described vehi. high t and bjest bidder
cles. for cash at the front
south door, to the
1991 Mitsubishi Okaloosa County Court-
JA7FL24WKMPO23937 house, 101 James Lee
Blvd. East, Crestview,
The auction will be held Okaloosa County, Flor-
at 861 W. James Lee ida, in accordance with
Blvd Crestview, Fla Section 45.031 of the
32536. Danco Transmis- Florida Statutes. ANY
sion & Towing~ has the PERSON CLAIMING
right to turn down any AN INTEREST IN THE
and all bids. SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY OTHER
04/26/2008 TOHWANNERHE PIOOPERTR
DATE OF THE LIS
LEGAL #120032 PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60
IN THE CIRCUIT DAYS APTER THE
COURTINAND FOR SALE.


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Great Ridel $1,100. Cal
689-0332







MERCHANDISE
3100 -Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130 -Aucttions
3140 -Baby items
3150 Building supplies
also business
Equeipment
3170 -Collectibles
er0-atputers
30- Firwa
3200- Frewoo t
u20-Gr peard sales
3240 -Guns
n20-God T~inl nt Eat
3270 -Jeweiry/Cinthino
3200 Machinery/
~Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
33oo- Miscenlaneous
sal Musical instmuments
3320- Plants& Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy &~ Sell)


The administration of the Represe~ntati
estate of Nor~man M. SAMUEL M
Winter, deceased, file 222 Govel
Number 08-CP-164, is SuiteD
spending in the circuit Niceville, Fl
Court for OkaloosaTe
Con Foridaad Probat BI d6a -
which is RO. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW, FL. Personal
32536-1359. The names Rinell
and addresses of the per- 1100 Pin O
sonal representative and Niceville, Fl
the personal
represent tivbe o attorney 0 68


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Douglas
aok Circle
. 32578


anII
bedroom houses
$625rent/DD, 3121Earl
Keentrl 89 EdHickory
850-682-1972 No Pets.
Crestview 3br 1ba,
1400sf, $600/mo.+dd.
*2br 2ba 1400sf
$60dmo. Call 865-01 84
Cresiview
3br, 16a, House on Au-
burn Rd. Avail. Mav 1-08
$ 90 0m o/ $ 8 6 d


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Bldg Const/Skilled Trade


ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
hain claims r de-
decedent's estate, melud.
ing unmatlured, contin- k
claims on whom a copy
of this notice is served
must file claims with this
COUrt WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
EHSM NOTICE ON

All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de.
mands against the
decedent's estate, include.
ing unmatured, contain.
gent or u~nl)iuidated
claims, mtfetheir
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO.
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED,
Notwithstanding the
time periods st
forth above,an
claim filed two /
ears or rrore ar
fhe decedent's date
of death is barred.


Legal #120016
IN THE CIRCUIT~
COURTFIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
08DRI622


OSTMAN,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
DELlINA A. OSTMVANI,
Respondent/Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Delina A.
Ostman Last known ad-
dress: 1650 Highway 98
W, Apt. 118_, Mary Es-


CONCRETE 6~'s289~-2810 68P2-679~4
Superintendent ceiiw
/rinisher 4bd 2 1/2 ba.pets ok
Concrete Superintend- $8~85.mnh55Rde
ent/ Finisher needecl. In. Lake R.
dividual must be quali- (254)-652-2438
fled in all phoaes of con- Crestview 4br/2ba
create construction. Must House on secluded acre
be willing to travel out- .800/m $800 d
side the roal area Pay mo + e ,d~
based on e ~enence. cost rqived MiiaAna lable
Call 850-837 9556 topoi 7
complete r pup nation now
850-654-3309.
Web ID #27803624 E O A
Bldg Const/Skilled Trade Crs~e E 3r
Now accepting applica- 2 mobile home, ~par
tions to e g posi. furn. w/porciles,
tions. A ply n person at Plyos a
3741 New E eneezer a~~~ppls. inc~l. .
Rd in Laurel Hill, FL Drug ~n~/mo.' + $30s +
free workplace ~CEOE insi -6 e t dep.


their, F 32569 OKALOOSA
Present Address: Un- COUNTY FLORIDA
known CASE NO:
07-CA-3892-C DIVI-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED SION:
that an action for dissolu-
tion of marriage has VANDERBILT MORT-
been filed against you GAGE AND FINANCE,
and you are required to INC., ETC.,
serve a copy of your writ- Plaintiff
ten defensesif anyto:
SHAWN M.~ RISEN ES- vs.
QUIRE RISEN & YN
436 Green Acres Road JOHN R. THOMPSON,
Ft. Walton Beach, Fl. et. al.
32547 ATTORNEY FOR Defendlant.
PETITIONER on or before
May 1, 2008, and file NOTICE OF JUDICIAL
the original ~with the SALE PURSUANT TO
Clerk of this Court at the SECTION 45.031(1),
Okaloosa .Count Cosurt- FLORIDA STATUTES
house Annex h~-alimar'
Florida either before serv- TO WHOM IT MAY


Dated this 18 day of
D8) W HO~WARD
CLERK OF SAID COURT
BY KAfHY HENLEY
As Deputy Clerk
Lance P. Cohen 1723
Blandin ld Suite L


For Lease or Sale
wn3br, 2ba 2 story 00mhouse
/ oo n1 acre lot in


50-499-7P.~412
Laurel Hill 4 br, 2V2
ba, 2600SF lac 1 blk to
Laurel Hill school. $795
mo+dd. (404)388-6862
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 204 Booker St.
ts272 2WblkerbC rcle
$750 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
+ 21f Forest Pkw~y
$750 3 br, I V ba
S121 Eloise Place
93295r 3Ri rc2hbae~ 2 cg
N1303 t 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
+ 2 47 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$80to' 2%b 2cg
cred in5 smlck,1 lease
fees are non- refun able.
Cal D br 5Frost



6160

Aa ial Mayi i dr ma-
avre dson, rivate ap rm
or loud music. 5 mo.
metUtilities fuaprnipeshe
689-1318



3 BR 2 8 railer fo
rn 2 Od Rvemr R

Baker
3bd 2 ba utilities in
clude~d, lar ard1 $70()
movioble 1st oldep t
850-758-9721
Holt
3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4 Bd 2 Bat
Call Scott 546-1 192



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714o Forms & Ranches
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Stockers,
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for National Retailer now
ront Cal Mon-k io8

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edge of comput rs, ac-
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teTn wbend ails Aepqy re
Person. Casey `Electric
Inc. 225 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview


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'08 Dodge Charger SE

Regular Prit0 $22,064 .
Rebate $2,000

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DeFuniak Springs Flea
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90 E. Opejnin Ma 3 d
Vendors call oew to rel






Teachers Credit Union,
satn Ap fl 26118A 2
wrTV' s P~, G h bs, s
a mues moe .




Cresiview Yard
Sale
517 Wi ney Court
Behind Antioch Elem.
School. Toys, books, pa-
tio furniture, clothes &
lic No early birds


6'4"

698 (


6110
enl~ir m Crestview- 1 br a t,
I IJC698 Kenneth Ave. om-
saourfoa 1 $tl unshedb ulities

;edb cWl teroo0 Crestview- 2br, 1ba
6334 i o5 "do p t~
mo lease req. 585-PS4

{$8 gel $5 daly $ 75
$2kl, urns eekli-
50 4 ek .





clear bottom kayak, 2ba homes in quiet sub
Sby Innovex. division. Easy access to
) elow Mailbu Two Cresiview & Niceville.
k, rand new. Starting at $885 per l
;e call for prices, month cll
698-6334 850-689-2221


'07 Jeep Commander
neoular Price $31,505
Rebate $6,500
Military Discount -500

vour Price $25,005


trrn h 9etjrho d.
rcded sq at t~h N nA

64;180322 or 685-8048
leave message. 1995 Coachman
New Homes, rural devel- RV
opment, addlitions, rea- Catalina Sport 20' Class,
sonable pic~es. Joegsph Ck,Cnhev 350 generators
Barley Reg. General Con- ca.Rayo h o
tractor 682-1759 Below Rbaodokr 1h 1,500
652-5321 Call 862-8543 WB~S0


Cwrrse r


items

+(1)
kayak
Pleas
850


CLASSIFIED


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CertfiedFarrer MPLOYMENT north H gh S#001. 3BR,
GTke~ Hores, Therent, es BAurntescin u80 euity deposit.
ti Soin Dses i-4120-Sales Cal 830-8~411 or
ur~jy & N ~lect. com~eti- 4130-Employment 582-2722
we tesI Call Informatilon
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Horse For Sale, Palo- *110
minor Gelding Quar- Cresiview
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Attorney for Plaintiff NE O A
04/26/2008
05/032008Picture Framting
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Professiona~ltype glass,
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3' $1200 850-682-4488




PE.T& ANMALS PictUre Framing
21oo Pets E uimeht
211o Pers: Free to Profe quio~a tp la s
Good Home b ads and ma Pte gss'
2120 Pet Supplies a n curs
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2140 -Pets livestock
2150 -Pet Memorials 10

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COeN ERjn NhCTIC rs
ant to the Summard Fina
Jud ment 2entere onCa
I~o: 077-CA-38892-C of
the Circuit Court,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, in which Van~derbilt
Mrt aa ainfd ai anoche

a. pin son'JoRalp CF.
Thompson, An lre E.
md Amnerig est Mot
;led'nsC~ots hne Clrrk tho ~
this Court will sell at pub-
lifrc raeteh follow de-


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SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


SATURDAYAPRIL 26 20 8


of every month from



your degree program
and offer information
on how to achieve your
professional goals. To get
started on your dream,
please call 863-6569.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Today,
from 10 a.m. until the
monthly food allowance
has been given out at
New Beginnings Church,
412 Wi.James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview.
Details: Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988. New
Beginnings Church is
an equal opportunity
provider.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida
Blood Center include:
Tuesday, April 29,
Baker School 11 a.m. to
7:30 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for more
information on these
drives,
GFWC WOMAN'S
CLUB BUFFET: Sunday,
11 a.m. 2.p.m., in the
Woman's Club building
at 150 Woodlawn Drive
(behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church). Dine
in or take out ham,
turkey and dressing,
vegetables, salad and
rolls. Drinks and desserts
included. Donation of
$10 for adults and $5
for children under 12.
Proceeds support the
club's charities. Details:
683-9117.


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE

Call for an annointment
~-11)~ (r


year than I anticipated it
to be,"' said Earnhardt,
who will be making his
300'1 Sprint Cup Series
start on Sunday. "So
hopefully when we get
to Talladega it will follow
that path.
"We'll have just as
many people, if not more,
excited about what we're
doing. I'm looking for-
ward to racing the car in
front of all those people."
Why Junior has en-
joyed the limelight there
has been some questions
surrounding his crew
chief/cousin Tony Eury,

"It has been a double-
edged sword for Tony Jr.
this season," said Junior.
"He's had a lost praise
from within the organiza-
tion.
"I think he's done a ter-
rific job getting our pro-
gram where it needs to be
for the start of the season.
I think he's done a great
job up to this point on
getting me cars that are
running good, and mak-
ing good decisions and
what not."
Somle of the negative
feelings iould be be-
cau-e the last time Dale
Eanmharidt Jr. was second
in the~ standings was af-
ter the 31 race in 2004
and the last time he led
in driver points was after
the 27I race of 2004.


Bill Gamblin
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

It is that time again on
the Sprint Cup Schedule.
Restrictor plate racing
at Talladega and heading
into Sunday's race there
seem to be two questions.
On what lap will we
see the big one and will
this be the race where the
"Pied Piper of Restrictor
Plate Tracks" end his los-
ing streak?
For Dale Earnhardt Jr.
this could be considered a
home track despite being
born and raised in North
Carolina.
So will this be the
weekend the streak end?
"I guess you ~could
say that," said Dale
Earnhardt, Jr., who has
five career victories at the
track. "I feel like there are
a lot of other good oppor-
tuniti-es in the season, a
lot of the tracks that I run
'pretyr good at.
"We obviously had a
lot of success at Talladega,
there is no denying that.
And I feel we're going to
have a good chance this
weekend and I am moti-
ctated by that."
`Probably Earnhardt's
biggest threat this week-
end is his teammate Jeff
Gordon, who leads all ac-
tivre drivers with six vic-
tor~ies and is the all-time
leader for wins at restric-
tor plate tracks with l2.
I: Gordon is
.Sunday's de-
'fending race --
:ha mpion, ~
w~on from
hvnthe pole


last April and sweeping
both Ta~llaldega events last
year.
Earnhardt use to look
forward to restrictor plate
tracks, but now he is just
looking forward to rac-
ing..
"Before there were
probably four or five year
ago I definitely went into
these races with a little
more confidence that
I would carry into the
other events," admitted
Earnhardt, who is cur-
rently third in the Sprint
Cup driver standings.
"But this season I've felt
like we've had a shot ev-
ery time we show up.
"But I definitely like
running Talladega. We
won a lot of races there.
Got a really big fan base
there, and that mearis a
lot to me to be able to go
there and run good."
So what has .been the
fans reaction so far this
season to the new num-
ber, new colors, and new
car owner?
"It's been a little bit
more over whelming this


Monthly upkeep for
the community cemetery
is under local contract
outside the church
and you are asked to
contribute generously for
it to continue.

CREST VIEW

CONCERNED
CITIZENS BANQUET:
'Today at 6 p~m at the
Carver-Hill Community
Center on School Avenue
in Crestview. Advance
tickets $8 per person or
at the door. Proceeds
used for the group's Back
to School Bash. Details:
Catherine Dortch, 682-
6828; Pearl Gainer, 682-
5733.
HENDERSONS IN
CONCERT: Sunday at
6 p.m. at Shady Grove
Assembly of God
Church, 1189 Shady
Grove Church Road,
Baker. Details: 537-9611.
UWF ACADEMIC
ADVISING IN
CRESTVIEW: Advisors
Latrece Gulley and Gail
Holmes will be in the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce office the
1st and 3rd Tuesday of
every month from 8:30
a.m. 1p.m. and the
2nd and 4th Tuesday


From staff reports

BAKER

BAYA EVENTS:
Baseball/softball sign-
up for area youths ages
13-18 is being held from
5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at BAYA
through April 30. Sign up
on line at www~eteamz.
active.com/baya. For
more information call
537-4549. ,
BAYA's Annual Fun
Day is Saturday, May
3 from 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Games, prizes, raffles,
food, raging river water
ride, rock climb and
much more. For more
information call 537-
4549.
SHADY GROVE
CEMETERY FEE:
Anyone owning a
cemetery plot in Shady
Grove Cemetery in
Baker, especially
families with loved
ones in the cemetery,
are reminded that the
2008 maintenance fee is
now due and payable to
Shady Grove Cemetery
Fund. They may be
niailed or delivered to
the Shady Grove Church,
1189 Shady Grove Road,
Baker, FL 32531. Details:
537-2774 or 537-3104.


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at OWC under Griffin.
Former Baker standout
Drew Griffith had a tough
time in Griffin's program
and transferred to Pensa-
cola Junior College after his
freshman year. Crestview's
Anthony Brown and Trey
Hayes followed in the suc-
cess of Parker, but that indi-
vidual success didn't trans-
late into wins for the team.
If I had all the answers
I'd either be the next base-
ball coach at OWC or the
athletic director. I don't
think Raider AD Mickey
Englett needs my advice

I hope the next guy will
be able to keep more play-
ers from Okaloosa and


Walton counties at their
home community college.
I understand the desire,
and sometimes need, for
some kids to leave home.
But there are enough good
baseball players in this
area to field a competitive
team at OWC if enough of
them stay at home.
Keith Griffin was al-
ways fair and open to me.
As he leaves, I wish him all
the success in the world.
But it's time to turn a
new page in Raider base-
ball. With the facilities and
u poort the OWC a mi-
athletics, there is no reason
the Raiders shouldn't

codfer% ean estat ries
and perhaps an occasional
national title.

Post your thoughts on
Keith GrSTfn's departure at
crestviewbulletin.com.


hindsight, but there were
other red flags along the
way. Current Raider assis-
tant Brian Hastings is the
only aide to~ last more than
one year with Griffin.
Yes, OWC is a step-
ping stone for most young
coaches looking to make
their mark. The pay isn't
the best in the world. The
other coaches that left
have accepted better jobs
at four-year schools. Yet
one has to wonder if there
isn't something more than
meets the eye to the coach-

mAlon wth Moore and
Parker, three other north
end players played with
varying degrees of success


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NEWSPAPERS*INTERACTIVE


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Baseball

Ca 11H Iretgionr quea tedinals,
Malone, Tuesday, time and
place TBA .

MS baseball
Destin at Richbourg, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Bruner at Davidson, Monday
at 3 p.m.

MS softball
Destin at Richbourg, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Bruner at Davidson, Monday
at 3 p.m.

MS tennis
Bruner at Richbourg'
Monday at 3 p.m.

Davidson at Meigs, Monday
at 3 p.m.

MS golf
Lewis at Richbourg, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Davidson at Bruner, Monday
at 2:30 p.m

May Day G;olf
Carver Hill Memorial and
Historical Society, Inc., is
sponsoring its annual May Day
Golf tournament on May 25.
Entry fee for the
tournament is $45 per
person in the four-man
Florida lowball format and
includes lunch
Hole sponsors and door

Fr mrr Infr aon call


Golf Tournament
The Davidson Middle
School Cheerleaders' golf
event is May 31 at 8 a.m.
at Foxwood Country Club.
Format is four-person
scramble. Entry fee is $40
dollars for members and $50

feFeeo inlds cadt green
d or prizes
Please contact Scherie
Hritz at 974-2533 for details.
Deadline is May 16.

BAYA Activiities
Baseball/Softball sign-
ups for the area youth ages

Ied atisBCY rei pIl 30.
You can sign up online at
www, eteamz. active .com/
Sbaya or come to the ballpark
Monday-Friday from 5 to 8
p.m. For mhore information
call BAYA at 537-4549.
Baker Area Youth
Association's Annual Fuin Day
will be held on May 3 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will
include games, prizes, raffles
food, raging river water ride, '
rock climb and much more,
For more information call
BAYA at 537-4549.

YMCA Activities

GS thoanna Swiig Mo 9he
1 p.m. at Adara Golf Course.
F more inomatione e

contact (850) 689-2999/ Fax
(850) 689-8798 or by e-mail
at noymca~ecymoa.org.

Running
The Panhandle Heritage
5K Race and Kids 1 Mile Fun
Run is today in Valparaiso.
The race will take runners
on a 3.1 mile route along
Bayshore Drive. Awards will
..be presented to the top three
male and female finishers
in five age categories. Early
registration is $15 for Heritage
rueu amr kdN hrwebes
and $17 for all others. Late or
race day registration is $20
for everyone. Kids Fun Run is


$10. For more information call
678-2615. I


COLLEGE BASEBALL
Hayes honored
Former Crestview stand-
out Trey Hayes, a sophomore.
outfielder at Okaloosa-


Conference.
Hayes topped the Raiders
with 10 home runs while appear-
ing in a team high 49 games.
He also was second in bat-
ting (.363), runs batted in (49) and
tied for second in doubles (13).

PREP BASEBALL
Niceville 6, Crestview 0
There wasn't much to
cheer about for the Crestview
baseball team Wednesday
night.
Niceville's Brett DeVall put
the brakes on the Bulldog of-
fense, throwing a one-hitter
as the Eagles beat the Dawgs
6-0 in the semifinals of the
District 1-5A tournament.
Brett Moore broke up
DeVall's bid for a no hitter with
one out in the seventh when
he lined a pitch through the
gap between third base and
shortstop in his final at bat for
Crestview.
Crestview ends the season
at 20-7.
"They got a lead early and
that helps," Crestview coach
Tim Gillis said. "Our game
plan was to put the ball in play
and I tho ght we did that to-
night. You've got to give that
guy credit. He's not an All-
American for nothing.
"I'm just extremely proud
of these kids. We just put so
mc into itdt at w en it' over

I no dsapone din theref-

Niceville 230 000 1 6 11 0
Crestview 000 000 0 O 1 0
W-Brett DeVall. L-David Pyle

PREP SOFTBALL
Cottond e) 4,ae rh er

authored a Dickens of an End:-
ing to Baker's softball season.
It was the worst of times'
for the Gators, who fell 4-3
iri a Region 1-2A quarterfi-
nal against the Hornets on
Tuesday night.
It was the best of times l
for Cottondale (15-8), -.*,-rlln
advanced on the strength of
Shanae Dickens' go-ahead
RBI double in the top of the
seventh.
hadke elchJohn Carlisle
pregame hunch that Dickens
would cause his team (17-11)
some trouble.
Dickens drove in the win-
ning run when she clubbed a
two-out double to deep cen-
ter in the top of the seventh.
Dickens' drive plated Deb
Davis, who reached second to
lead off the inning on a fly ball
that went over the Baker left
fielder.
Dani Mayhair had two
doubles to lead Baker.

Cottondale 201 000 1 4 7 1
Baker 010 110 0 3 7 4
W--Liz Krauser. L- Paige
.......

Graceville 5, Laurel Hill 0
Laurel Hill could not
find enough offense in the
Class A ir iora Ig narfi

Reeves, Michelle Raite,
Jessica Gartman and Rachel
Sory all had hits for the
Hoboes.
Laurel Hill's season ends
at 14-6.

Graceville 001 211 0--5 5 2
Laurel Hill 000 000 0--0 5 5
SW-Johnson. L-Katie Free.

TRACK AND FIELD
Crestview's Lauren Day
finished fourth in the 3200
at the Region 1-3A meet
Thursday in Tallahassee to
qualify for the Class 3A state
meet set for May 2 in Winter
Park.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


It wouldn't be! a
stretch to say it
h aURLHL s been a while
since the Laurel Hill
baseball team was in the
playoffs.
It would be a huge
understatement to say .
it's been a while since the
Hoboes won a playoff
game.
Laurel Hill's last play-
off appearance was 2001.
To find the last time the
Hoboes won a playoff
game, you have to go
back to 1983.
The Hoboes earned
the trip to the postseason
with a 5-0 win over top-
seeded Central in the
District 1-A tournament .
semifinals on Tuesday.
Jon Lyons tossed a two-
hitter and kept the Jag-
uars off balance and off
the bases through out te
game.
Laurel Hill (9-15)
wasn't able to duplicate
its semifinal performance
in Thursday's cham~pion-

Evi mxh h lo s
the Hoboes will end
their seven-year absence
from the playoffs Tues-
day when they travel
to either Malone or
Graceville in the Class
1A region quarterfinals.
It marks just the sixth
time the program has
reached the regional
Some might h-ave
doubted his team, but
Laurel Hill coach Ron-
nie Smith never gave up
hope.
"You gotta believe,"
Smith said, using the
phrase made famous
by Tug McGraw of
the New York Mets in
1973. "These kids have
worked hard.
"We played over our
heads (against larger
schools) all year long.
Anything out of the dis-
trict except for Pleasant
Home and Florala were
all bigger schools than
us and we played tough
co petition. You'd like
to believe scheduling
tough helps you."
Junior outfielder Will
Sherwood thinks it has.


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Paxton's Josh McLaney tries to tag out Laurel Hill's Will Sherwood at first base during
the District 1- 1A finals at OWC.


LAST TEAM
STANDINjG
Laurel Hill's baseball

ta s shelst nn t

ckalos diamond team wud


advance the farthest in
FHSAA postseason com-
-eiin he u itoes sur-

BHS softball ---13 votes
CHS baseball -7 votes
LHS softball 6 votes
BHS baseball 2 votes
LHS baseba~l-l 1 vote


cats behind them.
"You expect your
young men will come in
and act like men and not
be satisfied with some-
thing like this," he said.
"'You hope they show up
Tuesday and compete."

We invite mzembers of
the 1983 LHS baseball team
to share their memories of
your playoffs run with our
Cr~estview News Bulletin
readers. Post a comments on
Netos Bul~letin Web site at
crestviewbulletin.com, or
e-mail Randy Dickson at
randyld@nwfdailynews.com
with your thoughts and
contact information-


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Paxton's Colby Forehand is safe at third base in the
fourth inning against Laurel Hill's Zeb Strickland-


"It's great because
baseball is now guaran-
teed of going as far as
any other program this
year, and they (athletes
in other sports) can't say
anything to us," he said.
Smith was not looking
at the win over Central
as the climax of the sea-
son, but as the start.
"We've knocked on
the door (to the playoffs)
the last two years," he
said. "We been deep in
the (district semifinal)
game with a lead, but
this year we overcame
some obstacles.
"We are happy to be
in it, but that wasn't our
only goal.
Smith is optimistic the
Hobaes will be able to
put the loss to the Bob-


"We have talent," he
said. "Our record doesn't
really show the talent we
have here.
"We've just been get-
ting focused the last
couple of days, playing
like we need to." ,
Cory Becker, a senior
outfielder, is happy the
baseball tearri was able
to make its mark this
year.
"I felt like.we earned
it," he said. "We came
out and busted our tails,
and that's what ive were
trying to do."
At a school where
boys and girls basket-
ball are king and queen,
Beck~er is proud of the
baseball team for hold-
ing up its end of things
this year.


le in 2005 against Chipola
in Marianna.
With a win the Raiders
might have forced a one-
game playoff for second
place or taken it outright.
When Griffin called for
a pitcher to take the ball
in the do-or-die game, the
only one to raise his harid
was walkon Jason Lowey.
Lowey, who played at
Fort Walton Beach, had
pitched a little that year,
but there were at least two
pitchers on the team now
in professional ball who
didn't answer the call-
It's always easy to sec-
ond guess with perfect

See GRIFFIN 7


finish in the state tourna-
ment. .
A couple of north
Okaloosa products, Crest-
view's Jameson Parker
and Laurel Hill's Nate
Moore, were two of the
stars on a team that was
th~e complete package.
The Raiders could hit,
field and pitch. It looked
as if Griffin had the for-
mula that would assure
success for years to come.
The 43 wins in 2003 were
the second-most.in team
history. The second-place
finish was the best th~e
Raiders had or have
reached.
Much to my surprise,
OWC peaked in Griffin's


first year.
The~ Raiders got close
th~e next two years. In
2004 and 2005 they fin-
ished in1 third place mn the
Panh~andle Conference,
just missing the state
playoffs each year. (The
first- and second-place
teams from each confer-
ence qualifyy.
Griffin leaves with a
192-113 overall record.
But in Panhandle Confer-
ence play his teams were
68-77 -- including this
season's 4-16 mark, the
worst in team history.
If I had to pick the
game that rnarked the
beginning of the end it
would be the season fina-


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Okaloosa-Walton Col-
lege baseball coach Keith
Griffin resigned Tuesday,
marking the end of tenure
'that started with a bang
and ended with a whim-
per.
As the Daily News beat
writer for OWC baseball
up until this year, I had
a first-hand view of the
highs and lows of the
Raider program under
Griffin.
I was there in Griff's
first season of 2003 when
th-e Raiders came out of
nowhere to surprise many
with their second-place


We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community.
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwf dailynews.com


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