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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The gym behind Pastor Dave Bracewell is empty today, but will soon be filled with kids enjoying organized
activities at Central Baptist Church's Recreational Outreach Center.



Central Baptist's




straight shooter


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
It might seem a stretch go-
ing from a police marksman to
a full-time minister at a local
church.
Yet for Dave Bracewell,
newly appointed pastor of Rec-
reational Outreach at Central
Baptist Church, both jobs in-
volve doing God's work, just in
a different ways.
"There you warn people
about jail, here you warn them
about hell. It has its similari-
ties," Bracewell said.
"If you read Romans 13 in
context, it's talking about your
police officers; it is a ministry,
it's a God-ordained ministry,"
he said. "I still miss it every
time I read about a bust or I
hear a siren going down the
road. I always enjoyed it."
The transition from the beat
to the ROC - Central Baptist's
Recreational Outreach Center


- went smoothly.
"It's going great and I'm
lovin' it," Bracewell said. "It's
wonderful."
Most of Pastor Bracewell's
adult life has been a juxtaposi-
tion between law enforcement
and the ministry.
Just two years after he was
saved at age 16, "I felt the Lord
calling me to the ministry,"
Bracewell said.
He joined the police reserves
in 1994, and became a full time
officer a year later. He was pro-
moted to sergeant in 1998.
He became active in com-
munity service in 2002. At the
same time he became pastor of
Shepherd's Church.
In 2003 he was appointed the
Crestview Police Department
chaplain, a position he retains
having gone to reserve officer
status.
While a Crestview police offi-
cer, Bracewell became a marks-
man on the S.W.A.T. force.


"There's a certain call to
duty to be a marksman," he ex-
plained. "Even in Delta Force,
they prefer to have someone
who is deeply religious or
deeply philosophical."
His police work, including a
sharpshooter's duties, was part
of his calling, Bracewell said.
"Because 6f Romans 13, be-
cause it is a God-ordained job,
and we don't carry the sword
in vain, we had that obligation.
It was our duty," he said.
"That's never been a conflict
of interest. You look at some of
the most mighty men of God in
Scripture, they were warriors,"
Bracewell said, citing Bible he-
roes such as King David and
Joshua.
' His last several weeks have
been a blur as he revitalizes the
ROC, a calling that came while
on patrol.
Investigating a broken win-
dow at the 'ROC, Bracewell
learned the center had been
closed down for a while.
He was familiar with the
See STRAIGHT 4


SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2008

!f .' Today's Forecast
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Company plans


development


in Laurel Hill


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL - A lo-
cal contracting company
wants to build its future in
Laurel Hill.
The Laurel Hill City
Council heard plans for a
possible development near
the current Hobo Video
store on State Road 85 dur-
ing its meeting Thursday
night.
Insite Contractors pre-
sented its plans for a three-
phase development that
would include a new facil-
ity for the company. David
Chamberlain from Insite
Contractors said another
business and a retail store
also have expressed inter-
est in occupying the devel-
opment.
"We look forward to
getting here and setting up
shop and being an asset to
the community," Chamber-


I lain said.
Cham-
berlain said
Insite Con-
tractors is a
contracting
companythat
SDavid specializes in
David government
Chamberlain and ommer-
and commer-
cial work.
Chamberlain said the
development would in-
clude buildings designed
to blend in with existing
structures like the 1905
Gallery.
"You're singing my
song when you talk about
economic development,"
Mayor James Dunn told
Chamberlain.
Chamberlain said the
company hopes to start
site work "within the next
month."
Read more at crestview-
bulletin.com.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Suspects in a series of
December crimes were ar-
rested by Crestview Po-
lice and Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office deputies
after they were picked up
on warrants in Osceola
County and returned to
Crestview.
Guillermo Hemandez,
32, and Valerie Moreno, 21,
of Altoona, arrived in Oka-
loosa County Jail Wednes-
day morning.
Hernandez was
charged with carjacking
and battery on the elderly
following a Dec. 8 incident
in which Hiram Winstead,
78, was struck by a His-
panic male who stole his
truck.


Valerie Guillermo
Moreno Hernandez

Cooperation between
CPD and the Okaloosa
Sheriff's Office determined
the alleged carjacker was
Hernandez.
Hernandez also was
charged with burglary to
an unoccupied structure in
connection with an earlier
break-in, grand theft (vehi-
cle), and criminal mischief.
Moreno received felony
charges of principal in the
See CRIMES 4


Crestview High School Chorus ends the year on a high note


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin.
After performing ear-
lier this spring in London
and at state competition
in Tallahassee, the Crest-
view High School Chorus
returned to its home turf
Tuesday evening to pres-
ent an enjoyable finale to.
its musical season.

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Under choral music
director Kevin Lusk, the
106-voice, chorus tackled a
diverse repertoire.
Each of the chorus'
five choirs performed five
songs. The Men's Choir
began the evening with
works including J.S. Bach's
Der Herr Segne Euch (God
Smiles Upon You), sung in
German. A bouncy medley


of '60s pop tunes, including
a couple Beach Boys num-
bers, was well received.
When the guys donned
sunglasses for Fever, a hit
for Peggy Lee, the audi-
ence started snapping their
fingers in tempo and hoot-
ed enthusiastically.
Flautist Liz James joined
the Women's Chorus for
the reverent Canticle of


Mary. I'll Never Fall in Love
Again, the Burt Bacharach
and Hal David hit from
the Broadway show Prom-
ises, Promises, was a crowd
pleaser.
The mixed Chorale's
numbers included Victor
Paranjoti's challenging
Dravidian Dithyramb, Glo-
See CHORUS 4


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The Chanticleer show choir confidently performs a medley
of Irving Berlin favorites.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


WEATHER..................... 2
WHAT'S HAPPENING............ 2
RELIGION...................... 3


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IN THIS ISSUE


Former CPD marksman Dave Bracewell
assumes ROC recreation ministry


Suspects in December

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elderly man in Wal-Mart parking lot


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

TODAY
CHESSHER FAMILY
REUNION: May 24 3 p.m.
to 10 p.m. at the Baker Area
Recreation Center on State
Road 4, Baker. Please bring
a covered dish, favorite
recipes for the family
cookbook and bring your
family to celebrate the
Chessher heritage. Dinner
will be served about 5 p.m.
FLORIDA TRAIL: For
more on any of the group's
activities visit http:/ /
westgate.floridatrail.org
online.
Saturday, May 24 -
Sunday, May 25, at 8 a.m.
Camping, canoeing, and
hiking event on Juniper
Creek in Santa Rosa County.
Details (850) 623-1646.

CRESTVIEW
CHS 1934-52
REUNION: The Crestview
High reunion for classes
1934-1952 will be held June
13 and 14 at Crestview High
School. The gathering begins
at 3 p.m. with dinner at 6
Spm. A fish fry will be held
Saturday at the Old Spanish
Trail Festival Park on
Stilwell Blvd. from 10 a.m. to
1:30 p.m.
If you have not sent in
your reservations, please do
so by June 1. If you did not


receive an invitation, contact
Nellie Fleming at 682-2578.
A few surprises are planned
this year, and you'll be glad
you attended.
RYAN RICHARDSON
MEMORIAL RIDE:
Saturday, May 31 at DJ's
Basement, 892 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview. The fee is
$10 per rider.
Preregistration is Friday,
May 30 at 8 p.m. (includes
Saturday breakfast).
Registration is at 9 a.m. on
Saturday, May 31. Breakfast
will be serve at 8 a.m.
Saturday for $5 a plate.
Dinner is also available.
Battle of the Bands, 50/50
raffles and a silent auction,
as well as other activities are
planned.
The ride will benefit the
National Niemann-Pick
Disease Foundation, Inc.
Visit www.nnpdf.org for
details on Ryan's story and
the foundation. Details on
sponsorship or participation
in Battle of the Bands, call
David Parker at (586) 350-
1136, visit DJ's Basement, or
email david@davidjparker.
com.
NWFL BLOOD CENTER
DRIVES: Wednesday, May
28 - Woodlawn Baptist
Church, U.S. Highway 85
Crestview - 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, June 1 - First
United Methodist Church,
Eighth Avenue Crestview -
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Johnny and Kim Kelley of Crestview announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Crystal Brooke, to David
Lyle Daniels, son of Shan-
non Daniels of Crestview
and Richard Daniels of Or-
lando.
The bride-to-be is a
graduate of Crestview
High School and is pursu-
ing a teaching degree in el-
ementary education at the
University of West Florida.
She is employed at Emerald I
Coast Clothing & Tanning.
The prospective groom
is a graduate of Crestview
High School. He is employed by Crestview Ready Rent.
The wedding will take place on Saturday, May 24 at 5
p.m. at First Baptist Church in Crestview. All friends and
family are invited to attend.




* Recent Parthenon Healthcare Resi-
dent of the Month Ouida Snellgrose has
two daughters (Vivian Mangold and Pat
Rocha), one son still living (Vernon Snell-
grose) and one son who is deceased (Virgal
Snellgrose). She has several grandchildren.
One of them, Virgal Snellgrose Jr., recently
died in! an auto accident. The information Ouida
was incorrect in the April 9 edition of the Snellgrose
Crestview News Bulletin.
* Mary Brown is the President of the
VFW Ladies Auxiliary. The information was incorrect in
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You can hate the sin, but love the sinner


Jesus said, "A person who
is forgiven little shows only
little love." (Luke 7:47).
To turn this phrase a
little bit, those who have
been forgiven much, will
love much.
As one who has done
some pretty silly, crazy,
stupid and hurtful things
to myself and others in
my lifetime I know the
importance of receiving
forgiveness from those I
have hurt.
I have also been on the
receiving end of others'
hurtful thoughts, words
and actions. One of the
major lessons I have
learned by being forgiven
for my errors is because I
have been forgiven, I, too
can - and need to - for-
give others.
Jesus said if we forgive
the sins of others, they


FROM THE

PULPIT
Mark Broadhead

are forgiven. If we retain
the sins of others they are
retained. By not forgiv-
ing another, you retain
the sin-error-mistake. As
it is retained, it festers
and grows ugly. It causes
harsh feelings and a hard
heart. A wall builds up so
you make sure no one can
ever hurt you again.
Making sure no one
can hurt you may sound
like a good thing. Howev-
er, if this is your approach,
you will miss out on a
great deal of life. When
you refuse to forgive an-
other person, it usually
will have no consequence


to them. They will simply
say, "That's your prob-
lem" and then go on with
living their life. In the
meantime, you keep stew-
ing about it, becoming an-
grier and angrier. Before
you know it, bitterness
and resentment fill your
life - and you very often
receive the reputation of
being a grouch, or worse.
To forgive someone for
a wrong he or she did to
you takes a great deal of
courage. It means digging
down deep and taking
the risk of further hurt or
rejection. Yet when you
offer forgiveness to one
who has hurt you, you
both win. A burden will
be lifted from the heart of
the other person. An even
greater burden will be lift-
ed from your heart. You
will be freed to be able to


FROM THE PULPIT COLUMNISTS
The Rev. Mark Broadhead is the first of several local church
figures who will take turns writing the "From the Pulpit" column.
The Rev. Donnie Cadenhead will write the "From the Pulpit" .
column in the May 31 edition of the Crestview News-Bulletin.


love again, to express joy
again, to trust again.
Please bear in mind
this very important les-
son ... forgiving another
person for a hurt he or she
caused does not ignore
their action! Their action
may still be unacceptable.
Forgiving them says you
are willing to let go of the
emotional burden caused
by their inappropriate ac-
tion. Yes, hate the sin, but
love the sinner.
This is what God does
for us. Each of us has
done. things that caused
God's heart to break.


There are no exceptions.
If God had the same reac-
tions we humans have,
he probably would have
thrown up his arms in
frustration and disap-
pointment a long time
ago. Yet in love, a love
we cannot fully under-
stand, God offers forgive-
ness. God may not like
what we do, but God
will give his forgiveness
when we say we are sor-
ry, and then turn away
from, and not repeat,
harmful behavior,
The ultimate forgive-
ness comes through his


Son, Jesus Christ. Jesus
didn't like the sins of the
people around'him, but
he loved the people. It is
still the same for us today.
He may not like some of
the things we do, but he
always loves us.
A prayer you can offer
is one that was offered by
King David centuries ago.
"Create in me a clean
heart, 0 God. And renew
a right spirit within me."
(Psalm 51:10). '

Rev. Mark Broadhead is
the pastor at First Presby-
terian Church of Crestview
located at the intersection of
U.S. Highway 90 and State
Road 85 (682-2835) and
First Presbyterian Church of
Laurel Hill located at 8115
Fourth Street. Worship in
Laurel Hill is at 9 a.m., and
in Crestview at 11 a.m.


I C H R H RI F


Please tutrninyour churchnews
briefs to the News Bulletin by
2 p.m. on Wednesdays.

EVENTS .
LAY YOUR ADDICTION TO
REST: Rollirin' for Christ, a ministry
founded by John and Cynthia Bass
of Crestview, is hosting a second
outreach in , Okaloosa County
today.
It will be held at Fairview Park
in Crestview during May Day. For
information, call Ministers John and
Cynthia Bass at 682-9176 or e-mail
rollinforchrist@cox.net.,


VALLEY ROAD BC VACATION
BIBLE SCHOOL: June 8 - 13 from 6
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Grades kindergarten
through sixth are invited to attend.
Family Night is Friday, June 13 at
6 p.m.
The church is located at 1018
Valley Road in Crestview. Call 682-
4513 for details.
CAMP VICTORY FOR 3RD-12TH
GRADERS: Christian camping for
eight weeks. Each week there is a
different age group. Horseback riding,
swimming, rock climbing, boating
and more activities are planned. Call
(334) 898-7948 or visit the www.
campvictoral.org online to register. The
camp is located near Samson, Ala.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
FREE BIBLE CORRESPON-
DENCE COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offering a free Bible
correspondence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The radio pro-
gram airs Monday through Saturday at
5:45 a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOKOF REVELATIONS STUDY:
Each Sunday evening at 5 p.m., the
Good Hope Congregational Church
presents the study of the Book of Rev-
elations. Rev. Tommy Coleman will be
presenting the study and there will be
finger foods to follow every Sunday.
evening. Anyone interested may join.
Call 537-4307 for more information.


Church of the Epiphany's


Freeman ordained as priest


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Denson "De" Freeman
reached the culmination
of a decade-long walk in
faith May 17.
Freeman became the
Church of the Epiphany's
Father Freeman when he
was ordained as a priest
by Bishop Philip Menzie
Dtncan II.
A congregation of
church members and well-
wishers filled the Church
of the Epiphany for the
ordination ceremony, and
then enjoyed a reception
under sunny skies on the
church lawn.
Attendees included
Duncan and other several
other officials from the Di-
ocese of the Central Gulf
Coast, spanning from Tal-
lahassee to Mississippi.
"It was a very big and
very special event for the
Church of the Epiphany,"
Freeman said. "We basi-
cally entertained the dio-
cese for a day."
The Rev. T. Keith Tal-
bert, rector of St. Paul's
Episcopal Church in Fo-
ley, Ala., gave the sermon.
Talbert is the rector of the
church Freeman attended
as a youth.
Talbert's message in-


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
De Freeman during his ordination ceremony May 17 at the
Church of the Epiphany.


cluded passages from Ex-
odus 17 and Numbers 11.
Exodus 17 encourages the
people to lift up their lead-
er. Numbers 11 encourag-
es leaders to do their work
among the people.
"So many things were
going through my mind,"
Freeman said. "It was an
emotional roller coaster
during the sermon, the
fact it was such a long
walk and a huge step in
faith, and now I'm part of
a tradition that supports
the church and supported
by the church.
"The church needs, me,
and most important, I
need the church."


Freeman and his family
came to the Hub City and
the Church of the Epipha-
ny in July of 2007. Freeman
and his wife, Stephanie,
have two sons, Logan and
Dylan. The family expects
another child in August.
Freeman's path to the
priesthood lasted 10 years,
including the current stop
in Crestview.
He gave thanks as the
journey reached a conclu-
sion.
"God is good," he said.
"If you step out in faith,
God will provide, and
that's been the whole sto-
ry for my wife and myself
the whole time.".


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Memorial Day observance STRAIGHT continued from 1


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A Memorial Day Obser-
vance will be held Monday
morning in Liveoak Park
Memorial Cemetery, re-
minding area citizens that
this weekend means much
more than cookouts and the
unofficial start of summer
Several local military ser-
vice organizations will gath-
er to remember and honor
servicemen and women
from all branches who gave
their lives for our nation.
Members of the Disabled
American Veterans Auxil-
iary Unit #57, American Le-
gion Post #75 and AmVets
Post #35 invite the public to


MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE
Monday, May 26, 10 a.m.,
Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery. Free and open
to the public. If your orga-
nization wishes to place a
wreath or otherwise take
part in the observance,
contact Merallyn McDonald
at (850) 682-3666.

join them at Liveoak Park
Memorial Cemetery at 10
a.m. on Monday.
They also invite all area
veterans and civic organiza-
tions to place wreaths at the
cemetery memorial during
the observance. U.S. Navy
veteran Silva Royer will be
the guest speaker.


ROC's benefits to local
young people and how its
programs kept many off the
streets.
"They had 85 kids on
a weeknight coming over
here. They were really look-
ing for someone to minister
to them," Bracewell said.
He went home, prayed
about it, and realized it was
a calling.
"I had to leave the Shep-
herd's Church," Bracewell
said. "That was hard and
we prayed about it. But
Brother Bob (Chase, pastor
at Central Baptist) said you
have to do what's best for
the Kingdom. It was one of
those preacher questions."
With facilities including a
full gymnasium with a stage,
weight room, commercial
kitchen, and 25-yard, four-
lane pool, Bracewell was
charged with initiating any
programs he wants, limited
only by his imagination.
Plans include a basketball
program and Cross Kicks, a


OUTREACH CENTER
For information about
Central Baptist Church's'
ROC and its programs, con-
tact Pastor Dave Bracewell
at (850) 682-5525, ext. 221 .
Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs
& Fri, 3-9 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m. to
noon; Sunday "Habits" youth
program 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Cross Kicks: Tues. 6 p.m.

Christian martial arts pro-
gram. Bracewell will open
the ROC again on June 2.
"We're looking to get
some organized activities
going on, but while we're
doing that, we want to
make sure we're honoring
the Lord," he said.
"We want to reach out to
anyone. There is a huge op-
portunity to serve the com-
munity and the Lord here."

How can Dave Bracewell
help the ROC come back bigger
and better? Post your ideas at
crestviewbulletin.com.


CRIM ES continued from 1
first degree (carjacking) wanted for burglary of a
and principal in the first habitation. Before arriving
degree (battery on the el- in Crestview in December
derly). both had been released
After Okaloosa County from a San Antonio jail.
is finished with the duo,
they will be turned over Read the full story at
to Texas where they are crestviewbulletin.com


CHORUS continued from 1


Street to M. L. King Avenue,
northbound only;
* M.L. King Avenue from
Wilson to McClealland,
westbound only.
MAY DAY SCHEDULE
Today
9 a.m. - Parade lineup
10 a.m. - Parade
11 a.m. - Opening and
dedication ceremony for
Allen Park (formerly known
as Fairview Park)
11:30 a.m. - Softball
tournament
* Other activities through
the day (times will be
posted at the park): sack
races, horseshoe pitching,
May pole wrapping, step
show, praise teams, musical
entertainment all day, and
a late afternoon customized
car show parade.
Sunday, May 25
6 p.m. - Annual gospel
concert at Macedonia Baptist
Church in Crestview.


Thriller suddenly filled
the Pearl Tyner Audito-
rium.
As their senior prank,
graduating chorus mem-
bers then went into a per-
formance of the tune they
had choreographed with-
out Lusk's knowledge.
Laughing after Thrill-
er's sustained ovation,
Lusk said, "You just nev-
er know what to expect
from the chorus."

Post your own reviews of
the Crestview High School
Chours' year-end concert at
crestviewbulletin.conm.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Police De-
partment has announced traf-
fic restrictions to accommo-
date May Day events:
- Beginning about
8:30 a.m. today,
McClelland Street will be
reduced to southbound
traffic only. West Walnut,
West Griffith, West Edney,
School, Hill and Duggan
Avenues and Hayes
Place will be blocked at
McClelland Street.
Beginning about 5:30
p.m. today, these streets
will be reduced to one-way
traffic flow:
* McClelland Street,
southbound only;
* Duggan Street from
McClelland to Bay Street,
eastbound only;
* Bay Street, northbound
only;
* Wilson Street from Bay


ria in Excelsis by Antonio
Vivaldi, and the spiritual
Hush! Somebody's Callin'
My Name.
Last year's Senior
Choral Award Winner,
Montavius Diamond,, re-
turned, as is traditional
for the honoree, to sing
a solo number. He chose
My Name from the mu-
sical Oliver! by Lionel
Bart.
Following Diamond's
performance, he an-
nounced the recipient of
this year's Senior Choral
Award, elected by her
peers in the chorus. The
honor went to alto Shan-
daeya Caldwell.
Performances by the
two show choirs, the
all-women Destiny and
mixed Chanticleer, con-
cluded the evening
Well... almost.
As Lusk stepped up to
the microphone for clos-
ing remarks, the beat of
Michael Jackson's hit


I C TY OUN IL


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview City Council
agenda, for its Monday meeting
has been announced.
A special meeting will be
conducted at 5 p.m. to swear in
Charles Baugh as the city's new-
est council member. Baugh will
fulfill the rest of the late Brenda
Bush's term. The regular meeting
will then begin at 6 p.m.
REGULAR AGENDA
1. Approval of Consent Agenda.
2. Public Hearing:
Ordinance #1394 - Rezoning
of 9.64+ acres of land located in.
Section 32, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, (08S1). Requested
by Retire Early, LLC, Property
Owners, by James L. Wellborn
and Charles ,Plauche, Managing
Members. LPA 06-70 - Second


Reading and Adoption.
Ordinance #1395 - Implementing
the stipulated settlement agreement
between the City of Crestview
and the Florida Department of
Community Affairs. Requested, by
Admin Services.
3. New Business:
a. City Council Committee/Board
Assignments - Administrative
Services Department.
b. Sign on Fdr Literacy (Northwest
FloridaDailyNews) -Administrative
Services Department.
c. Update on Water Well #1 -
Public Services Department.
d. Discuss Voter Awareness Pole
Banners for the Downtown area
requested 6y the Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Office -
Public Services Department.
e. Billy 'Bowlegs Parade - City
Clerk.
4. Mayoral Report.
5. Business from the Floor.


www.crestviewbulletin.com


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County Courthouse, 101 Florida Bar
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representative and that Crestview,
personal representative's 32536
attorney are set forth be- 05/17/08
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this notice is served who IN THE CIRi
have objections that chal- COURT OF TH
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will, the qualifications of AND FO
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CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN ,TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, E-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
iicg property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 13, BLOCK C,
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE
SOUTH AT BLUE
WATER BAY, UNIT II,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 7 PAGE 79,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKAL 0 0 S A
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been. filed against
you and you are required
o serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before June 17
2008. on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
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ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accorimodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FF 32579; telephone
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/17/08
05/24/08
LEGAL# 120034
NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE DEPART-
MENT OF BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
REGULATION IN RE:
The license to prac-
tice Real Estate of: Law-
rence Duane Meek Jr
Case No. 2007052772,
122 Tranquility Ln.,
Crestview, FL 32536.
The Department of Busi-
ness and Professional
Re ulation has filed an
Administrative Complaint
against you a copy of
which may be obtained
by contacting the Divi-
sion of Real Estate, 400
W. Robinson St., Suite
N-801, Orlando, Florida
32801, (407)
481-5632. If no contact
has been made by June
21, 2008 the matter of
the Administrative Com-
plaint will be presented
at an ensuing meeting
before the Department at
Business and Professional
Regulation's Florida Real
Estate Commission in an,
informal proceeding.
05/10/2008
05/17/2008
05/24/2008
05/31/2008

LEGAL # 120039
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2007CA004241S DI-
VISION: FILE NO:
F07030631
HSBC BANK USA NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR SARM
2004-12,
Plaintiff,
vs.


ORIDA erwise a default will be GWENDOLYN D.
I CASE entered against you for HAVLIK, et al,
the relief demanded in Defendant(s).
1750 S the Complaint or petition. NOTICE OF ACTION
E NUM-
3736 WITNESS m hand and TO: GWENDOLYN D.
the seal of t is Court on TO: GWENDOLYN D
ATIONAL this 12 day of May, HAVLIK
AS 2008 LAST KNOWN AD-
.P. MOR- DRESS: 4337 NESBIN
.GE AC- DON W. HOWARD DRIVE KENNESAW, GA
CORP. Clerk of the Court 30144
ASSET By: KathyHenley CURRENT ADDRESS:
E D As Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN
CERTIFI-
SERIES IMPORTANT ANY AND ALL UN-
In accordance with the KNOWN PARTIES
Americans with Disabili- CLAIMING BY,
ties Act, persons with dis- THROUGH, UNDER,
abilities needing special AND AGAINST THE
accommodation to partic- HEREIN NAMED IN-
SWITZER pate in this proceeding DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
TNEY J. should contact Curt Acd- ANT(S) WHO ARE
ministration at 101 James NOT KNOWN TO BE
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- DEAD OR ALIVE,
view, FL, 32536-3515; WHETHER SAID UN-
CTION telepho-e number KNOWN PARTIES
S 850-689-5000, Exten- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
)URTNEY sion 7497, prior to the TEREST AS SPOUSE,
A/K/A roceedin. or Shalimar HEIRS DEVISEES
ZER 850-651-7497 GRANTEES, OR
N AD- OTHER CLAIMANTS
JRACAO IMPORTANT
LLE, FL In accordance with the LAST KNOWN AD-
Americans with Disabili- DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Fg iIan action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ng. ropertyC . in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
I ^ m THE CONDOMINIUM
__ PARCEL KNOWN AS
___APARTMENT UNIT
. .i 1056 OF SHORELINE
TOWERS CONDO-
SMINIUM 1 AND 2, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
P CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
with Randy Batson's CONDOMINIUM
ng,runn- Lawn & Tractor THEREOF RECORDED
hospital Work, IN OFFICIAL REC-
mily re- Bushhogging Move dirt, ORDS 720, AT PAGE
ew area Clear unerbrush, & 323, ET SEQ., AND
& Wed. Small Tractor Work. PURSUANT TO SUR-
e Adams Lic/Ins. 850 VEY PLOT PLAN
19 537-3835/546-1283 AND GRAPHIC DE-
80 ______61219 E SCRIPTION OF IM-
SPROVEMENTS RE-
CORDED IN CON-
DOMINIUM BOOK 1,
PAGE 21 ET SEQ.,
ALL OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
Outdoor Contracting. 0 K A L 0 0 S A
L- Professional tree & COUNTY FLORIDA
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ITY LEASE AND THE BOOK 5, PAGES CUIT IN AND FOR
GULF BEACH COVE- 114-117 PUBLIC OKALOOSA
NANTS, AGREE- RECORDS OF COUNTY, FLORIDA
MENTS, EASEMENTS O K A L O O S A CASE NO:
AND AN UNDIVIDED COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2008-DR-2292
INTEREST IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS has been filed against IN RE: The Marriage
THERETO IN SAID you and you are required of: ROBERT A. NOR-
DECLARATION. to serve a copy of your TON,
written defenses, if any, Petitioner/Husband
has ben filed against you on or before
and you are required to 6/18/2008, on Florida and
serve a copy of your writ- Default Law Group, P.L.,
ten defenses, if any on Plaintiff's attorney, whose SHERRY L. NORTON,
or before June 17, 2008, address is 9119 Corpo- Respondent/Wife.
on Florida Default Law rate Lake Drive, Suite
Group, PL., Plaintiff's at- 300 Tampa, Florida NOTICE OF ACTION
torney, whose address is 33634 and file the origi- FOR DISSOLUTION
9119 Corporate Lake nal with this Court either OF MARRIAGE
Drive, Suite 300, Tampa, before service on
Florida 33634, and file Plaintiff's attorney or im- TO: SHERRY L. NORTON
the original with this mediately thereoter; oth- 2010 Carmel Drive Cola-
Court either before serv- erwise a default will be radio Springs, CO
ice on Plaintiff's attorney entered against you for 80910
or immediately thereafter; the relief demanded in
otherwise a default will the Complaint or petition. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
be entered against you This notice shall be pub- an Action For Dissolution
for the relief demanded lished once each week Of Marriage has been
in the Complaint or peti- for two consecutive filed againsTyou and that
tion. This notice shall be weeks in the Crestview you are required to serve
published once each News Bulletin. WITNESS a copy of your written de-
week for two consecutive my hand the seal of this fenses, if any to it on JO-
weeks in the Crestview Court on this 13 day of SEPH D. LORENZ, coun-
News Bulletin. WITNESS May, 2008. sel for ROBERT A. NOR-
my hand and the seal of TON whose address is
this Court on this 12 day Don W. Howard 127 N. Eqlin Parkway,
of May, 2008. Clerk of the Court Ste. C-12, Shalimar, FL
By: Kathy Henley 32579 on or before the
Don W. Howard As Deputy Clerk 13 day of June, 2008,"
Clerk of the Court and file the original with
By: Kathy Henley Florida Default c Law the clerk of this Court at
As Deputy Clerk Group, P.L. P.O. Box 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
25018 Tampa, Florida Shalimar, FL, 32579, be-
Florida Default Law 33622-5018 fore service on Petitioner
Group PaL P.O. B6x or immediately thereafter.
2501 Tampa, Florida IMPORTANT If you fail to do so, a de-
33622-5018 In accordance with the fault may be entered
Americans with Disabili- against you for the relief
IMPORTANT ties Act , persons with demanded in the petition.
In accordance with the disabilities needing spe- Copies of all court docu-
Americans with Disabili-. cial accommodation to ments in this case, includ-
ties Act, persons with dis- participate in this pro- ing orders are available
abilities needing special ceeding should contact at the Clerk of the Circuit
accommodation to partic- Court Administration at Court's office. You may
ipate in this proceeding 101 James Lee Boulevard review these documents
should contact Court Ad- East, Crestview, FL, upon request. You must
ministration at 101 James 32536-3515; telephone keep the Clerk of the Cir-
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- number (850)689-5000, cuit Court's office notified
view, FL, 32536-3515; Extension 7497, prior to of your current address.
telephone number the proceeding, or (You may file Notice of
(850)689-5000, Exten- Shalimar (850)651-7497 Current Address Florida
sion 7497, prior to the , Supreme Court Approved
proceeding. or Shalimar IMPORTANT Family Law Form
1850)651-7497 In accordance with the 12.915.) Future papers
Americans with Disabili- in this lawsuit ill be
IMPORTANT ties Act, persons mailed to the address on
In accordance with the withdisabilitiess needing record at the clerk's of-
Americans with Disabili- special accommodation fice.
ties Act, persons with dis- to participate in this pro- WARNING: Rule
abilities needing special ceeding should contact 12.285 Florida Family
accommodation to partic- Court Administration at Law Rules of Procedure,
ipate in this proceeding 1250 N. Eglin Parkway requires certain auto-
should contact Court Ad- Shalimar, FL, 32579; te(- matic disclosure of docu-
ministration at 1250 N. phone number ments and information.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, (850)651-7497, prior to Failure to comply can re-
FL, 32579; telephone the proceeding, suit in sanctions, includ-
number (850)651-7497, . ing dismissal or striking
prior to the proceeding. 05/17/2008 oFpleadings.
05/24/2008 Dated:04/30/08
05/17/2008
05/24/2008 LEGAL # 120044 DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
----- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
,EGL # i2 41 COURT OF THE FIRST By: Tiffany Gardner
LEGAL #120041 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Deputy Clerk
ANDFOR
IN THE CIRCUIT OKALOOSA 05/03/2008
COURT OF THE FIRST COUNTY FLORIDA 05/10/2008
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PROBATE DIVISION 05/17/2008
AND FOR FILE NO 05/24/2008,
OKALOOSA 2008-CP-000511 DI-
COUNTY, FLORIDA VISION PROBATE ______
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA- IN RE: ESTATE OF LEGAL #120042
000957 DIVISION: NEYSA VICTORIA
FILE NO:F08009394 MORRIS IN THE CIRCUIT
THE BANK OF NEW Deceased. COURT OF THE FIRST
THE BANK OF NEW JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
YORK AS TRUSTEE NOTICE TO CREDI- AND FOR
FOR THE CERTIFI- TORS OKALOOSA
CATEHOLDERS CWL, COUNTY, FLORIDA
INC. ASSET-BACKED The administration of the CIVIL ACTION CASE
CERTIFICATES, SERIES estate of NEYSA VIC- NO.:46 2008-CA-00
2005-10, TORIA MORRIS, de- 1395 DIVISION: FILE
Plaintiff, ceased, whose date of NO:F08008599
death was April 11,
vs. t 2008, is pending in the THE BANK OF NEW
SCircuit Court for YORK AS TRUSTEE
RICKY ROBERTS, et Okaloosa County, Flor- FOR THE CERTIFI-
al, ida. Probate Division, the CATEHOLDERS
Defendant(s) address of which is P.O. CWABS, INC.
DRAWER 1359 CREST- ASSETBACKED CER-
NOTICE OF ACTION VIEW, FL 32536-1359. TIFICATES SERIES
mO: RICY OROBERTS The names and ad- 2006-12,
TO: RICKY ROBERTS dresses of the personal Plaintiff,
LAST KNOWN AD- representative and the
DRESS: 28461 South personal representative's vs.
River Road Harrison attorney are set forth be-
TownshipM 48045 low ROBERT GAWRYS
CURRENt ADDRESS: All creditors of the dece- A/K/A ROBERT
UNKNOWN dent and other persons GAWRY, et al,
AY AND AL having claims- or de- Defendant(s)
ANY AND ALL UN- mands against
KNOWN PARTIES decedent's estate on NOTICE OF ACTION
CLAIMING BY, whom a copy of this no-
THROUGH UNDER, twice is required to be TO: HARBOR HOUSE
AND AGAINST THE served must file their OF DESTINY OWNERS
HEREIN NAMED IN- claims with this court ASSOCIATION, IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- WITHIN THE LATER OF CORPORATE - DIS-
ANTS(S) WHO ARE 3 MONTHS AFTER THE SOLVED.
NOT KNOWN TO BE TIME OF-THE FIRST PUB- LAST KNOWN AD-
DEAD OR ALIVE, LOCATION OF THIS NO- DRESS: 115 WI 240
WHETHER SAID UN- TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER Service Rd. Apt. 3 OKLA-
KNOWN PARTIES THE DATE OF SERVICE HOMA CITY, OK 73114
MAY CLAIM AN IN- OF A COPY OF THIS CURRENT ADDRESS:
TEREST AS SPOUSE, NOTICE ON THEM. UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, All other creditors of the
GRANTEES, O0 decedent and other per- ANY AND ALL UN-
OTHER CLAIMANTS sons having claims or de- KNOWN PARTIES
LA T MkNOW A- Tmands against CLAIMING BY,
LAST KNOWN AD- decedent's estate must THROUGH UNDER
DRESS: UNKNOWN file their claims with this AND AGAINST THE
CURRENT ADDRESS: court WITHIN ,3 HEREIN NAMED IN-
UNKNOWN MONTHS AFTER THE DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- ANT(S) WHO ARE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that LOCATION OF THIS NO- NOT KNOWN TO BE
an action to foreclose a TICE DEAD OR ALIVE,
mortgage on the follow- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WHETHER SAID UN-
T iOro ty in WITHIN THE TIME PERI- KNOWN PARTIES
OKALOOSA County, aDS SET FORTH IN SEC- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
Florida: TION 733.702 OF THE TEREST AS SPOUSE,
LOT 7, BLOC A*N- . FLORIDA PROBATE HEIRS, DEVISEES,
Y299AM DSK A TI h CODE WILL BE FOREVER GRANTEES, OR
DIAN BAYOU, UNIT BARRED. OTHER CLAIMANTS
ONE, ACCORDING NOTWITHSTANDING
TO THE MAP OR THE TIME PERIODS SET LAST KNOWN AD-
PLAT THEREOF AS FORTH ABOVE, ANY DRESS: UNKNOWN
RECORDED IN PLAT CLAIM FILED TWO (2J CURRENT ADDRESS:
YEARS OR MORE AFTER UNKNOWN
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
TE GOVT. The date of first publica- an action to foreclose a
T IO N|A7, 24,20, ing0 property in
Attorney for Personal Florida:
Representative: AARON UNIT 3, HARBOR
on Co., FL BOCC B. WENTZ, Esquire Flor- HOUSE OF DESTIN, A
& ' I ida. Bar No. 0065810 CONDOMINIUM, AC-
uipment &vehicles 814A Shadow Lane Ft. CORDING .TO THE
Walton Beach FL 32547 DECLARATION OF
1Y29: 9AM CDST Telephone:(856)863-800 CONDOMINIUM RE-
6 CORDED IN OFFICIAL


Personal Representative:
GEORGE TYMOWCZAK
941 Pocahontas Dr., Apt.
93 Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32547
05/24/2008
05/31/2008

LEGAL #120035
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-


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RECORDS BOOK
1289, PAGE 1876,
AND ALL EXHIBITS
AND AMENDMENTS
THEREOF, PUBLIC
-RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
Fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before 6/18/08,
on Florida Default Law
Group, P.L., Plaintiff's at-









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torney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake
Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file
the original with this
Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter-
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or peti-
tion. This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 13 day
of May, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: KathyHenley
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding, or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contactCourt Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
Fb, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/17/2008 '
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2 CG. Brand new, Iq
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+ DD. 850-683-4104
.REALESTATEF ORR N Crestview 3 or 4 br, 2
6100- Business/ ba, Section 8 approved,
Commercial deposit required.
6110 - Apartments 537-2960 or 830-7944
6120 - Beach Rentals -
6130 - Condo/Townhouse Crestview
6140 - House Rentals 3BD 1 1/2 BA.
6150 - Roommate Wanted 795 a month 795 dd.
6160 - Rooms for Rent 850-217-7344
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Tow.n Rentals Crestview near Garden
6190 - Timeshare Rentals City
6200 - Vacation Rentals Country Living

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available June 1st. Three
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John King Road 667 $900/month-negotiable.
sq.ft., .b. 1998 $665.+ Deposit due when lease
Property Professionals is signed. Non
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Holt 3+ acres fenced
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and warehouse on 1-10 2CG, FP, nice yard,
@ exit 45 $1500.00 small pets ok. $990/mo.
month 850-477-0044 Call 850-863-1546
850-232-9490 Four bedroom
houses south of 1-10.
S...4/3 2735sf., Pool, Flor-
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610 Westview $1500.; 4/2
6110 2111sf, Fence, Small pet
Crestview- 1 brapt, ok Sandy Ridge $1300
698 Kenneth Ave. Com- Property Professionals
pletely furnished utilities 683-1714
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682-3166 Available
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba, Immediately!
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$600mo/$550dep, 12 home in Freeport, 2 car
mo lease req. 585-1574 garage and screened pa-
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Crestview Inn Clubhouse, and Commu-
Motel $35 daily, $175 nity Pool Very Reasona-
weekly, Furnished ble! Move in immedi-
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$500 4 weeks. 850-835-0191
Call 682-4466 ,-.
Two Bedroom One /A ' ,r;'
Bath 4-Plex, Central AC, '
No pets. $550. Property Navarre ~
Professionals 683-1714 2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150sf home on lar e
-CN. . natural lot in beautiful,
Quiet waterfront neigh-
i. borhood. 9' ceilings, sep-
1 6230 karate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
Crestview 1st month whirlpool tub & separate
free New 2BR, 2.5BA shower in master bath.
TH, S. of 1-10. Lg pool Ex- $1800mo. Call 850
traprk . Lawn maint pro- 261-0322, or 685-8048
vided $795mo. Purchase leave message.
option 850-528-0716
Three bedroom
Free ort houses behind NOMC.
[i palms Cf 3/2 1500sf Fence,
he Palst, Small pets ok Steeple-
Freeport chase $875. and 3/2
Now available for Lease 1810sf, small pets ok
or Purchase! Affordable,' Redstone $1095. Prop-
Easy Commute Commu- erty Professionals
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2BR/ ".5 BA. Call--
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SPORTS


SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2008


Wheeler to retire
If-NASCAR has a PT.
Barnum, the only track
promoter or president who
could compare would be
H.A. "Humpy" Wheeler.
Sunday will mark the end
of a dynamic era as one
of the most recognizable
names and faces in NASCAR
will leave Lowe's Motor
Speedway following the
Coca Cola 600.
When Wheeler arrived
at Lowe's Motor Speedway
back in 1975 it was Charlotte
Motor Speedway and has
since transformed into one
of the biggest jewels on the
Sprint Cup.Series circuit.
"While it is with sad-
ness that I announce my
retirement from Speedway
Motorsports and Lowe's
Motor Speedway, it is time
for me to move on to other
things," said Wheeler, a na-
tive of Belmont, N.C., who
attended the University of
South Carolina on a football
scholarship. "I have devoted
my entire life to racing and I
don't intend on leaving it, just
serving it in different ways.
"I have made arrange-
ments with a well-known
author to co-write a unique
book interweaving my vari-
ous experiences in the sport
with the wonderful human
drama and rich characters
that abound in it."

Montoya gets
new crew chief
Juan Montoya will have
his third crew chief in a month
when Brian Pattie takes over
the No. 42 Dodge for this
week's race at Lowe's Motor
Speedway.
Pattie replaces Jimmy
Elledge, who was put in
charge of the car four races
ago in a crew shakeup at
Chip Ganassi Racing. Elledge
initially swapped places with
Donnie Wingo, who guided
Montoya's transition from
Formula One to NASCAR
but was moved to Reed
Sorenson's crew in the swap.
Montoya is 16th in points
with one top-10 finish this sea-
son, a second last month at
Talladega Superspeedway in
Elledge's first race leading the
crew. He then finished 32nd in
Richmond, 23rd in Darlington
and was 14th in Saturday
night's Sprint All-Star Race.
Pattie, a crew chief on
Ganassi's Nationwide Series
teams, moves to Montoya's pit
box for Sunday's Coca-Cola
600.

NASCAR Day
Telethon success
Give yourselves a round
of applause, NASCAR fans,
you've earned it.
While the final totals for
the fifth annual NASCAR
Day telethon and fund-raiser
won't be known for some
time, it's safe to say that this
year's "five years of caring"
could go down as the best
ever.
"I think it's going great this
year," said Sandy Marshall,
executive director of the
NASCAR Foundation. "This
is our second annual telethon
and I think word has spread
- not only to the drivers and
the industry but to the fans.
We had a lot more fans out
here [at the Sam Bass gallery]
capturing their favorite drivers
on the phone and the phones
were ringing off the hook so
I'm pleased. I think it's won-
derful."
On Friday alone, NASCAR
Day netted a $1.275 million
in total donations, and that
number has climbed to more
than $1.3 million heading into
Sunday. Last year, NASCAR
Day brought home a total of
$1.64 million and the hope
is to raise at least that much
again this year.
- Compiled by Bill
Gamblin/Santa Rosa Press
Gazette


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Photos by Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Baker's Josh Rose (right) runs the ball downfield against Jay's Austin Reid on Thursday during the South Walton Jamboree at South Walton High School.



Gators wrap up impressive spring


Baker sweeps
three quarters

at South Walton

Jamboree

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

SANTA ROSA BEACH
- Baker's football team
wrapped up its spring
in impressive fashion
Thursday night, sweeping three
quarters in the South Walton
Jamboree.
The Gators beat Jay 6-0 in the
first quarter.
They then disposed of the
host Seahawks 14-0 in the second
quarter.
Baker completed the sweep in
dramatic fashion. Cameron Do-
mangue hit Kellan Meeks with
a 20-yard touchdown pass as
time expired and then found Josh
Rose with the 2-point conversion
to give the Gators an 8-7 win
over Freeport.
The touchdown and conver-
sion capped a 50-yard drive in 75
seconds.
The jamboree capped a busy
week for Baker. The Gators
played their Travis Peoples Spirit
of the Game Scholarship fund
raiser Maroon and White game
on Tuesday. The White team pre-
vailed 14-6. ,
A crowd estimated at more
than 300 people attended Tues-
day's contest and raised close to
$1,000 for the scholarship honor-


ing former Gator linebacker Tra-
vis Peoples, who died in a motor-
cycle accident last summer.
"I'd give us an 'A' for effort
this spring," Baker coach Bob
Kellogg said. "Performance is
probably going to be a 'B-minus.'
"That's going to be the key
for us is how we execute. But as
far as effort - I think that's as
good an effort as we've had since
I've been here. The kids play
hard and they have a great at-
titude. We just have to get a little
smarter."
Kellogg stressed it was a great
spring, but that the Gators must
keep getting better.
If Thursday's performance by
Domangue is any indication of
what's to come in the fall, Gator
foes will have plenty to worry
about.
Domangue, who rushed for
1,698 yards last fall, is still a
threat to run.
He also hit 12-of-14 for 186
yards and three touchdowns in
three quarters of play Thursday
after completing just 39.8 percent
of his passes in 2007
His first touchdown pass was
a perfectly thrown 27-yard strike
to Billy Whatmough for the only,
score of the first quarter.
Domangue's second TD was
a 20-yard pass to Meeks against
South Walton. His third was the
20-yarder to Meeks as time ex-
pired against Freeport.
Baker's other score came on
a 45-yard fumble recovery by
Cameron Davis against the Sea-
. hawks.
Domangue also had 46 yards


Baker's Tyler Holley (front) tries for a
catch against South Walton's Hunter
Infinger (back) on Thursday during
the South Walton Jamboree at
South Walton High School.

rushing. For good measure, he
also caught a pass for 15 yards.


"Last year I threw four inter-
ceptions in our first two games,"
Domangue said. "I didn't turn
the ball turn the ball over any
tonight and I didn't throw many
incomplete passes.
"I'm starting to see the field
better and the game is getting
slower. I think I'm just going
to get better as the year goes
along."
Kellogg and his offensive
coaches offered plenty of looks.
At times, both Domangue and
backup quarterback Christian
Mainor played at the same time.
Mainor went under center on
some plays. On others it was Do-
mangue.
Mainor showed he could be
another weapon as a receiver
with a pair of catches for 44
yards.
"I think everyone was sitting
and keying on Domangue and
that opened things up for us,"
Kellogg said, "but we have some
other guys that will be able to
make plays, and we had some
guys catch some big passes. And
we had some other kids make
some plays.
"I think that's the, dimension
we bring that we didn't have last
year."
* Whatmough was shaken up
against Freeport when taking on
Bulldog blocker Matt Lindaas.
Kellogg said it was believed
Whatmough suffered a mild con-
cussion and will be OK.

Coverage of Crestview's Red
White game will be in the Wednesday
edition of the News Bulletin.


CWC sending wrestlers to national competition


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

A successful season for
the Crestview wrestling
team has been followed by
a busy off-season.
The Bulldogs are coming
off the program's best year,
including a second-place
finish in District 1-2A.
The regular season end-
ed two months ago, but the
Bulldogs are continuing to
work hard.
Eleven members of
the Crestview Wrestling
Club are in training for
the NHCS National High
School Coaches' Associa-
tion Open National Tour-
nament in Salisbury, Md.
Not every member of the


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
These members of the Crestview Wrestling Club will take
part in the NHCS National High School Coaches Association
Open National Tournament in Salisbury, Md., next month.

team is a current Bulldog. Dawgs, and others are
Some are future Dawgs who have finished


SUPPORT THE WRESTLERS
The Crestview Wrestling Club's trip to the NHCS Open
National Tournament will cost an estimated $5,000. Anyone
wishing to contribute to the Crestview Wrestling Club can
contact Jeff Fowler at 585-5806, or by e-mail at:
cjnxmfowler@cox.net.


their eligibility.
Fowler's son, Xander,
a third-grader, will be the
youngest member of the
team competing. Nate
Fowler, who will be a fresh-
man in the fall, is also go-
ing. Darrell Williams, Co-
lin Smith, Justin Mitchell,
Cody Smoyer, Danny John-
son and Kyle Miller also
will be making the trip.
The tournament starts
June 26 and ends June 29.


If any of the CWC wres-
tlers are still competing on
the final day, they will earn
All-American status. The
top eight in each class re-
ceive All-American recog-
nition.
Fowler expects wrestlers
from more than 40 states to
compete.

Congratulate the wrestlers
.by posting a note at crestview-
bulletin.com.


We are always looking for sports information and news '
from those involved in our community. 'FREEDOM
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com La'2 NEWSPAPERS-INTERACTIVE
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