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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: September 13, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Middle school matchup

V Davidson took

on Richbourg in
football action,
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008

Baker volleyball Today's Forecast
season preview 90 High 72 Low


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Pricey haul


Fiscal crunch affects co-curricular transport


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Worried that Trevor's math
club can't get to the county
championship? Concerned
Madison's history class won't
make it to the Air Force Arma-
ment Museum? That Taylor and
the team aren't going to the next
away game?
Throughout the county stu-
dents who participate in co-
curricular activities and their
concerned parents are facing this
fact: If they want to go on field
trips or out-of-town competi-
tions, they increasingly must pay
their own ways.
"They have to become self-
sufficient," said Susan Lowrey-
Sexton, principal at Laurel Hill
School. "It's really going to affect
our athletic budget for sure."
Since 1996, the Okaloosa
School District has charged
schools $.69 a mile for use of a
school bus and $15 per hour for
a driver. '
This year, faced with rising
expenses and lower revenues,
the district was forced to raise its
rates to $1 per mile and $21 per
hour for a driver for after-school
trips. If the trip occurs while
classes are in session, the charge
is $26 an hour because the trans-
portation staff must hire a substi-
tute driver.
Drivers don't get paid only
while the bus is in motion. They
also receive the hourly fee when
their bus is parked and its pas-
sengers are participating in an
event.
The expenses add up.
"That's a lot of money that
has to come from somewhere,"
Crestview High School Princi-
pal Ed Coleman said. "I don't
receive a budget from the district
for transportation."

Creative fund-raising
North county schools had to
resort to creative fund-raising
methods, including getting stu-
dents more involved in efforts to
cover their organizations' trans-
portation.
"It means they're going to
have to work a little bit harder
to raise the extra the money to
cover the difference," said Low-


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa School District buses at the transportation yard behind
Richbourg Middle School. With the start of this year's school
year, the district had to raise the rates it charges schools for co-
curricular events transportation.


rey-Sexton.
Last weekend saw several
student groups raising funds in
the community.
The Crestview High School
chorus was washing cars in at
least two locations. The girls vol-
leyball team held a cake sale in
front of a local supermarket.
To help defray transportation
expenses for the large entou-
rage that makes up a Bulldogs
football away game, including
the expansive Big Red Machine,
CHS began charging $2 per vehi-
cle for parking at home games.
If all 400 available parking
spaces are filled by paying spec-
tators, the fee which is less
than that charged by some other
county high schools would
raise only $4.000 for the season.
"We're at a point where some
people are going to be disap-
pointed because we hia-e to
charge for parking," Coleman
acknowledged. "It's not going
solve the problem of transpor-
tation, but it's going to help a
little."
Like Fort Walton Beach High
School, Crestview High gives the
band 50 cents from each football
ticket sold to help defray trans-
portation costs.
To transport the entire Big
Red Machine this year requires
nine buses, at an average esti-
mated cost of $250 apiece, Cole-
man said.
CHS is able to realize some


savings because four of its coach-
es, at their own expense, studied
for and received CDL licenses
that allow them to drive the bus-
es in lieu of hiring a driver from
the district.
"It's the coaches that have
sacrificed to drive those buses to
and from the games to offset the
cost," Coleman said.
When Crestview High School
took its cheerleaders, freshman,
junior varsity and varsity foot-
ball teams to Gulf Breeze for last
month's Kickoff Classic, the six
buses required to haul the teams
cost $995.85, according to Cole-
man. ,

Helping all groups
A school has co-curriculars
other than football and band.
Finding ways to help meet the
costs of organizations that don't'
pack bleachers is a challenge.
The $2 parking fee fans pay
to attend Bulldog games will
get divided between the 16 stu-
dent organizations that supply
the manpower to collect the fee,
Coleman said.
Student clubs and organiza-
tions are washing cars and sell-
ing cupcakes to pay for their
transportation, but educational
trips are funded by the schools.
"To attend academic tour-
naments, and field trips, that's

See HAUL 7


Mitchell:



'We're just



cramped up'


CPD chief explains

need for new facility


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Bursting at the seams
in its current Woodruff
Avenue headquarters, the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment has found hope with
the city's recent acquisition
of a new building.
The. former CitiChurch
building next to Old Span-
ish Trail Park is the perfect
place to consolidate its re-
sources.
"Currently we don't
have Criminal Investiga-
tions or Community Ser-
vices or enough space for
the Street Crimes Unit in
our building," Chief Bri-
an Mitchell said. "What
we want to do is get ev-
erybody under one roof.
We're just jammed up on
each other."
In addition to the space
crunch,. amenities critical
to a modem police depart-
ment are lacking in the cur-
rent station.
When a bank robber
recently was tracked to
a swampy area off Aplin
Road, "our officers .came
back with mud up to their
waists," Mitchell related.
He said the experience
reinforced the need for a
locker room with show-
ers, common in many po-


*lice headquarters. Officers
could clean up and change
into fresh uniforms before
returning to patrol.
(News Bulletin video
footage showed officers
having to use a resident's
garden hose to clean off
at the scene as best as pos-
sible.)
Another area of concern
is the cramped evidence
room.
"I don't want to think
about what would happen
if some of that evidence
got cross-contaminated,"
Mitchell said.
When the city first con-
sidered purchasing the Cit-
iChurch building, Mitchell
said he brought to the
mayor and city council's
attention the site's suit-
ability for accommodating
a new police headquarters.
The council has ap-
proved the department's
request to move to the new
building, but still must ap-
prove design specifics.
The latest draft floor
plan shows a headquar-
ters that would occupy ap-
proximately a third of the
building.
Police facilities would
include offices for the CPD
Criminal Investigations,
See CRAMPED 7


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Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Department Chief Brian Mitchell presents
plans for the department's proposed new facility during the
Crestview City Council meeting Monday night.


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Area voices


mix together


to prepare


for All-County


SBrian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Monday night, the Crestview
High School chorus room seemed,
at first, to be segregated by shirt
color.
Crestview High School students,
proudly in their red shirts as hosts,
mingled together.
Green-shirted : singers from
Choctawhatchee High School sat
in their own group. Chorus mem-
bers from Baker, Niceville and Fort
Walton Beach sat together with
their peers.
Then, at the direction of CHS
choral music director Kevin Lusk,
the room transformed into a color-
ful kaleidoscope as all those shirts
rearranged themselves into choral
music's respective vocal sections.
It takes voices of all types to
form a beautiful chorus. As area
middle and high schools prepare
for the Okaloosa All-County Choir
performance at the end of Octo-
ber, the color of a vocalist's shirt
doesn't matter.
As Lusk prepared to direct a
girls' rehearsal, Niceville High
School choral director Michael Dye


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led the boys off to the CHS audito-
rium for their rehearsal.
The all-county groups will re-
hearse at each other's schools over
the next several weeks. Middle
schools students, including those
from Baker, Davidson and Rich-
bourg, are similarly preparing.
Final practices with profes-
sional clinicians will be held the
weekend prior to the Oct. 27, All-
County Choir performance.
The concert will be at 7 p.m. at


Photos by Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
At top, Crestview High School senior
Ashley Hoyos, front row, left, is
all ears as members of Crestview,
Niceville and Choctawhatchee high
school choruses are briefed before
last Monday's All-County Choir
rehearsal at CHS. At left, members
of the Okaloosa All-County Choir,
including Crestview's Jarick Rivers,
(red shirt, center), receive instructions
prior to separating for boys' and girls'
respective rehearsals.

the Northwest Florida State Col-
lege Mattie Kelly Fine and Per-
forming Arts Center. It is free and
open to the public, and will in-
clude the best student choirs in the
county.

Chorus members: Keep us posted on
your progress by posting a note at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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Christina
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Mr. and Mrs.
Robert S. Wil-
liams are proud
to announce
the graduation
of their grand-
daughter, Chris-
tina Williams, Christina
from National Williams
Guard basic
training from
Fort Leonardwood, Mo., on Aug.
29. Christina is a senior at Paxton
High School.

John C. Green
Air Force Airman John C.
Green has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical


training, rifle
marksmanship,
field training
exercises, and
special training
in human rela-
tions.
In addition,
airmen who
complete basic
training earn
credits toward
an associate. in
applied science degr
the Community Coll
Air Force.
He is the son of Jol
Laurel Hill and is a 2
ate of Baker High Sch

Samantha L. Ri
Samantha L. Rob
joined the United St
under the Delayed
gram. The program g
men and women the o
to delay entering acti
up to one year.


b The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
-P : $50,000 toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of basic
military training, soldiers receive
S advanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior to
John being assigned to their first per-
Green manent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$6,000 enlistment bonus.
ee through Robinson, a 2008 graduate of
lege of the Okaloosa Academy in Crestview,
will report to Fort Jackson, Co-
hn Green of lumbia, S.C., for basic training
.005 gradu- this month. She is the daughter
ool. of James and Carmen Clark of
Crestview.


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Johnathan J. Peacock
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Johnathan J. Peacock, son of Em-
ily J. and Albert C. Peacock of
Crestview, recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at Re-
cruit Training Command, Great


Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Peacock completed a va-
riety of training which included
classroom study and practical in-
struction on naval customs, first
aid, firefighting, water safety
and survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis was
also placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. "Battle Sta-
tions" is designed to galvanize
the basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance in each recruit
through the practical applica-
tion of basic Navy skills and the
core values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it means
to be a Sailor.
Peacock is a 2008 graduate of
Crestview High School.


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RELIGION


Crestview News Bulletin 3


Help for busy MOMS


Local chapter offers activities,
support for stay-at-home mothers


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

You're a stay-at-home
mother, you're frazzled,
and you're about to tear
your hair out.
Where do you turn for
support and advice?
How about to other
moms who have experi-
enced the same situation?
"In all aspects, that's
what we're here for. The
group was created to
support other moms,"
explained Melinda Man-
chee, an organizer of the
local MOMS Moms Of-
fering Moms Support -
Club.
Since January 2005, lo-
cal mothers have turned
to Crestview's MOMS
Club for everything from
organized mothers-and-


children activities and cof-
fee klatches, to practical
advice and sturdy shoul-
ders to lean on when at
wits' end.
The local MOMS Club is
part of the national MOMS
organization and serves
mothers in the 32539 and
32536 ZIP codes.
The group of about 35
mothers meets at 9:30 ev-
ery third Tuesday morn-
ing at the First Presbyte-
rian Church of Crestview,
where Manchee is church
secretary.
Activities include Cof-
fee Break, where mothers
get together and share
experiences and sup-
port; Craft Day; Moms
on Their Own (for moth-
ers whose husbands are
TDY, deployed, or oth-
erwise away from home


MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW
Meetings are every
third Tuesday, 9:30, 1st
Presbyterian Church of
Crestview, 492 N. Ferdon
Blvd. Yearly dues are $20.
For more information, call
Melinda Manchee (805)
902-7351, or e-mail mom-
sclubofcrestview@yahoo.
com or Melinda.manchee@
yahoo.com. Visit their Web
site at www.geocities.com/
momsclubcrestviewfl/in-
dex.html.


for an extended period);
daytime group activities,
outings and tours; and
Mom's Night (or Day)
Out, allowing Mom to get
away while Dad bonds
with the kids.
Mothers are encour-
aged to bring their chil-
dren with them to MOMS
Club meetings. Nursery
facilities are provided.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Melinda Manchee of the MOMS Club of Crestview presented information about her
organization at the September meeting of the Crestview Area Ministerial Association.


The club also organizes
weekly play dates in four
play groups, each of which
meets at the home of a dif-
ferent mother in turn.
To accommodate moth-
ers who work part time,


some play groups meet in
the morning, and others.
Others meet in the after-
noon.
Recent local MOMS
Club events have included


blueberry picking, atripto group.


a Christmas tree farm and
an outing to the Sasquatch
Zoo near Dorcas.
"We welcome all
moms," said Manchee.
"We're a real friendly


Harvest Vineyard computer



ministry to offer classes this fall


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The return to the area
of the Harvest Vineyard
Ministry computer expert
Mark Long also heralds
the return of the ministry's
computer programs.


Since last fall, Long
has accepted donations of
used computers, refurbish-
ing them as necessary, for
use in the mission's job-
training programs. Among
other uses, people seeking
shelter at the Vineyard can
earn their GED online, he


said.
Long also offers a low-
cost computer repair ser-
vice for the public at the
ministry's Main Street
building.
In addition, Long will
soon be instructing a begin-
ning computer class open
to the public.
"Alot of people justwant
to know the basics," Long
said, "like how to turn the
thing on, how to send and
check e-mail, how to write
and print a letter."


The class will meet for
two hours a day, twice a
week, over a six-week pe-
riod. There will be a $40
course fee for the course.
Long hopes to begin the
class in October.
For information about
donating a computer,
having your computer
repaired, or taking the be-
ginning computer class,
contact Long at (850) 305-
3012, or stop by Harvest
Vineyard Ministries, 544
N. Main St. in Crestview.


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WRITER'S WORKSHOP: Have
you always dreamed about being
a published writer? Would you like
to help local families in need? Now
you can do both by taking part in the
St. Vincent de Paul Society's writers
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UUFEC 50TH ANNIVERSARY:
Celebration is Sept. 20 and 21 with a
10 a.m. reception on Saturday and a
10:30 a.m. worship service on Sunday
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address in Valparaiso. Reservations
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at 10:15 a.m. at First Baptist Church
of Holt, 532 W. U.S. Highway 90.
Weeknight services start at 7 p.m. and
continue through Sept. 24.
Rev Fran Picker, former pastor of
First Baptist Church of Crestview and
now interim pastor at Live Oak Baptist
in Crestview, will be the speaker.
Each night, a different age group
will be emphasized. Sunday morning,
Friend Day bring a friend; Sunday
night, young adult; Monday, senior
adult; Tuesday, children; Wednesday,
youth night, with ice cream social
afterwards. A nursery will be provided
for all services.
MINOR PROPHETS STUDYTIME
CHANGES: Baker United Methodist
Church now has Minor Prophets Study
at 10 a.m. on Sundays and worship at
11 a.m., due to winter hours.
PINETERRACE EVENTS: Starting
on Sept. 14, Pine Terrace Baptist
Church is expanding its "Connections"
Sunday moving Bible classes and
offering an additional time slot for a
second class, 8:15 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.,
with worship services at 9:30 a.m.
and 11 a.m. until the new sanctuary is
completed in mid-2009.
For details, call (850) 623-3954 or
visit www.ptbc.org.
THE EGLIN CHRISTIAN ARTS
AND MUSIC PROGRAM is held
each Thursday at the Eglin West Gate
Chapel immediately following school


dismissal for grades K-6. Military
buses will provide transportation from
Eglin/Cherokee Elementary School
and the Youth Center. Parents are to
pick up kids at 5 p.m. at the chapel.
There will be devotional time, singing,
hand chimes, crafts and refreshment.
Registration is to be completed at the
Chapel Center. If you are interested
in volunteering or would like to drive a
bus, please contact Audrey Bonanno
at 863-9559.
EGLIN AWANA is a Protestant
Youth Program held every Wednesday
at 6 p.m. at building 605 for children
3 years old through the sixth grade.
There will be activities, games, religious
instruction, memory challenges, and
fun for all. Please register at the Chapel
Center. Volunteers would be greatly
appreciated. For more information,
please call Danny Sullivan at 882-
2111.
EPIPHANY HOSTING TAILGATE
SALES: To raise funds for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's outreach activities,
the church hosts tailgate sales every
last Saturday of the month.
Participants can sell whatever they
want to sell at a cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions will be available
inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for
details. The church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview.
VENDORS NEEDED: The
Shalimar United Methodist Church has
only a few vendor booths still available
for its Oct. 18 Shalimar Arts & Crafts
Holly Fair. All craft and art items must
be handmade, painted or decorated by
the exhibitors.
New this year are outside vendor
spaces, 10-by-10 feet, added for
the convenience of those exhibitors
needing larger display areas. Fees are
$70 for the larger outside booths and
$60 for the 6-by-10 inside booths.
Prospective exhibitors should
contact Marijo Strauss at (850) 651-
5743 or mstra68337@aol.com for an
application or more information.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
BORN TO WIN: Radio show airs
every day at 12i30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1
FM. Presented by Northwest Florida
Church of God, pastored by Carl Dil-
lenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
is designed for those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments of Initiation;
Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist.
This formation process is the church's
approved method for individuals to be-
come members of the Catholic com-
munity. Sessions are held at the Eglin
Chapel Center Annex from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. each Wednesday evening. For
more information, please call Susan
Huberty at 882-7320.
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.


Vail named chaplain of


Emerald Coast Hospice


office in Crestview

Special to the News Bulletin Church. He has pastored
churches in South Caro-
Emerald Coast Hospice lina and Louisiana. He
announces the appoint- enjoys wildlife and scenic
ment of Jim Vail as photography as a
chaplain of its Crest- hobby. He has had
view, office, serving numerous photos
referral sources and published in vari-
patients in Oka- ous publications
loosa and Walton around the Emerald
Counties. Coast, as well as na-
Vail brings to the tionally.
Crestview and sur- Jim Jim attended the
rounding commu- Vail University of Ala-
nities more than 31 bama, majoring in
years of experience pre-med, before
in the pastoral ministry receiving his bachelor
and six years experience of arts in theology from
as a hospice chaplain. Southeastern Bible Col-
Jim and his wife Hope lege in Birmingham, Ala.
live in Niceville, where Jim has been married to
he has served for 18 years Hope for 35 years and has
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COMMUNITY


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008


Davidson tops Richbourg


in football opener


'We will


never


forget'

President Bush declared
Thursday to be Patriots
Day and requested that
flags across the nation
be lowered to half-staff to
pay tribute to those who
were lost on September 11,
2001. Local businesses and
government offices joined in
that tribute.
Ann Spann / Crestview News
Bulletin


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Davidson took all the
drama out of its season
opener with rival Rich-
bourg en route to a 34-0
middle school football
win Thursday night.
The Panthers struck for
two first-quarter touch-
downs and never looked
back.
Davidson's first score
came as Dakota Dean
hooked up with Tyler
Henderson on an 18-
yard touchdown pass.
Dean put his name in
the scoring column later
in the quarter when he
scored on a sneak, with
Cole Matthews adding
the 2-point conversion.
Jaylynn Robinson
scored the only touch-
down of the second quar-
ter on a 2-yard run.
The Panthers scored
in the third quarter with
Dean hitting Demtrice
Smith with a 10-yard
pass.
Stephen Frye closed
out the scoring with a
54-yard run in the fourth
quarter.
Robinson led the Pan-
thers with 110 yards rush-
ing. Dean added 109.

Visit www.crestviewbul-
letin.com to view an online
photo gallery from the game.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Richbourg quarterback Tate Sweatt looks to hand off
the ball as his linemen holds off Davidson defenders.


The Richbourg Middle School band did a fine job
during its halftime performance.


Runway rehab on schedule


Work Area 2 will affect night landings


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Work on Phase II of the
runway rehabilitation at
Bob Sikes Airport is pro-
ceeding on schedule, re-
ported projects manager
Tracy Stage. .
The contractor intends
on beginning Work Area
No. 2 on Runway 17-35
Monday, at 5 p.m. local
time, Stage advised air-
port users in a recent e-
mail.
At that time, the run-
way will be closed us-
ing the Lighted Runway


Closure Markers and re-
opened by 8 a.m. Septem-
ber 16.
Resurfacing of Work
Area No. 1 was completed
on schedule, resulting in
1,710 feet of the northern-
most section of the runway
being totally resurfaced.
Flyers will have 5,296
feet of useable, unaffected
runway for their opera-
tions while Work Area No.
2's 925-foot section is un-
der construction,
All 8,000 feet of Run-
way 17-35 will be closed
from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. from
Sept. 15 through Oct. 2,


Stage cautioned.
The $2.8 million, 70-day
Phase II runway rehabili-'
tation project began Aug.,
4 and is scheduled to be'
completed by Oct. 12.
During the last stage,
1,265 feet of runway will
be resurfaced in Work
Area No. 3, with contrac-
tors working 24-hour days
to inconvenience airport
users as little as possible.'
Only 3,100 feet of runway
will be useable at that
time.
Phase I, which encom-
passed the south end of
the runway, was com-,
pleted at the beginning of
January.


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Crestview Police Dept.
reports
8/8: MARY ELAINE MAS-
TERTON, 18, of 2838 Atoka
Trail, Crestview, was charged
with fleeing/eluding police
in a way that causes injury or
damage.
8/17: MICHAEL TERREL
WHITE, 24, of 467 S. Savage
St., Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influ-
ence of alcohol or drugs and
operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. SAR-
AH JOHANNA MOUNT, 34,
of 832 E. Williams Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with grand
theft auto, battery on a law en-
forcement officer, resisting an
officer with violence and petit
theft larceny.
8/18: SHAWN A. TAYLOR,
37, of 428 Addison Place,
Crestview, was charged with
disorderly conduct and less
than $200 worth of criminal
mischief.
8/20: LEE CORTEZ HART,
24, of 1476 N. Pearl Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with grand
theft.
8/22: MARVIN KURT NA-
TION, 42, of 116 Dogwood St.,
Daleville, Ala., was charged
with trafficking in more than
20 and less than 28 grams of
cocaine and trafficking in more
than 4 grams and less than 150
kg. of Hydrocodone.
8/26: MITCHELL WAYNE
MUNDY, 28, of 265 Ridge
Lake Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while
license suspended or re-
voked, first offense. CARL E.
RAMEY, 26, of 353 N. Lincoln
St., Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended ore revoked, ha-
bitual offender. TIFFANY
SHAWNEE LOWE, 23, 23, of 1211
Sunshine Dr., Crestview. was
charged with possession of co-
caine with intent to sell within
1,000 feet of public housing. *
ROCKY D. JACKSON, 27, of
548 Savage St., Crestview, was
charged with possession of co-
caine with intent to sell within
1,000 feet of public housing.
MICHAEL TRACY LONG JR.,
19, of 147 Third Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with cru-
elty to animals.
8/27: JEREMY T. WARD, 18,
of 165 McArthur St., Crestview,
was charged with unarmed
burglary to an occupied dwell-
ing and criminal mischief.
8/28: KENNETH SILVER, 43,
of 497 Wilson St., Crestview,
was charged with battery on
a law enforcement officer and
obstructing/resisting a law
enforcement officer with vio-
lence. Brenda Akers, 37, of
757 Bay St., Crestview, was
charged with disorderly intox-
ication and trespassing after
warning.
8/29: DANIEL ROBERT
O'ROURKE, 4760 Melissa
Cove, Crestview, was charged
with unarmed burglary to an
auto without a person inside.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
8/24: BRIAN JOSEPH AL-
LEN, 21, of 2000 Riverview
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with two counts each of aggra-
vated battery with a weapon
and aggravated assault.
8/25: CHRISTOPHER LEE
COX, 27, of 3325 Auburn Road,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery.
8/26: DAVID CHRISTO-
PHER SETTLES, 26, of 562
Schoolhouse Lane, Holt, was
charged with burglary to an
unoccupied structure and
grand theft.
8/28: BENJAMIN OSCOE
LEE, 36, of 263 O'Brian Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
grand theft.


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

TODAY

RUMMAGE SALE
POSTPONED: The Creative
Senior Center's rummage
sale scheduled for today
is postponed due to air
conditioner repairs. The new
date for the rummage sale
is Sept. 27. Contact Jackie
Fleming at 833-9587 for more
information.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center Drives will be held as
follows:
Today, No Child Without
Healt*lCare Fair Crestview -


10 a.m. 2 p.m.
SPAGHETTI FUND
RAISER: The Crestviev
Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will hold i
annual spaghetti dinner
today at the Council Ha
701 E. James Lee Boulev
The hours are from 4:30
p.m. The public is invite
this gala event.
Dinner includes spa;
and meatballs and all th
trimmings, dessert and
beverage. Prices are $10
adults and teens and $5
preteens. There is no ch
for preschoolers.
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High Flyers will present
Singing for a Cure Day
II today from 10 a.m. to
8 p.m. at Chappy's BBQ,
5315 Shoffner Blvd. in
Crestview. Admittance is $5
per person, with children 10
and younger eating free of
charge. All proceeds go to
the American Cancer Society.
/v The schedule includes
several area singers (in order
its of appearance starting at
-r 10 a.m.: Jim Hubbard, Robot
;ll, Mania Blues Band, Usual
vard. Suspects, Dixie Duo, Ashley
Sto 8 Richards and Paradise
ed to Burning). State Sen. Don
Gaetz will also attend.
ghetti Chappy's BBQ and
he drinks may be purchased at
a this event. Bring your lawn
)for chairs.
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SER: LIBRARY MEETING:
ospao* The Friends of the Crestview


Library will meet at the
library on Thursday, at 10:30
a.m.
The featured speaker will
be Joe Barley, vice president
of the Friends, who will talk
about his travels in Europe
this past summer.
The public is invited.
The library is located on
Commerce Drive.
COLORING CONTEST:
The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 5450 is hosting a
coloring contests for pre-k
and kindergarten students.
First prize is $25, and second
prize is $15.
Poppy wreath coloring
entries can be picked up at
the Bulletin office on U.S.
Highway 90 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Entries should
be turned in by Sept. 26.
Winners will be announced
by Sept. 30. All entries will '


be sent to the military troops
overseas for Veteran's Day.
Details: Lynn, at 537-3375
any time, or Kelly, 537-9321,
after 5 p.m.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Babysitter Training Sept.
27
Standard First Aid w/CPR
and AED (adult, infant, child)
- Sept. 20
CPR adult, infant, child -
Sept. 23 and 25
CPR/AED adult Sept. 29
Bloodborne Pathogens -
Sept. 20
CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer Sept. 20
Pet First Aid Sept. 26
American Red Cross
training can be scheduled
by calling 1-800-773-7620
or sending an e-mail to
myerscr@usa.redcross.org.
HUMAN
TRAFFICKING: Inspector
George Collins of the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's


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7 p.m. at the Crestview
Knights of Columbus Hall,
701 E. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview.
The public is invited,
and light refreshments are
provided free of charge.
LIBRARY SALE
DONATIONS: The Friends
of the Crestview Library
are asking for donations of
used books, VHS movies
and DVDs for the fall book
sale in October. Items will
be accepted at the library,
on Commerce Drive in
Crestview, behind the post
office.
All types of hardbound
and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.
To arrange pickup of
books and movies in north
Okaloosa County, call Flo
Lembeck at 689-1535 o Dot
Moxcey at 682-5759.


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.HAUL continued from 1


Faulk celebrating

90th birthday
On Sept. 21, all are in-
yited to come by the Fel-
S. .lowship Hall at New Be-
Sginnings Church, located
at 412 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Sfor Mrs. Rosa Bell Faulk's
90th birthday.
Please do not bring gifts
or food. Just come and en-
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day. Refreshments will be
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The Building Permits posted on the Crestview News
Bulletin Web site earlier this month and labeled as "City
of Crestview" building permits were Okaloosa County
building permits.


going to take more money
out of my budget," said
Laurel Hill's Lowrey-Sex-
ton. "We don't take frivo-
lous trips." ,
"Extracurricular activi-
ties are not funded through
the schools or the district,"
Coleman emphasized.
"They are funded through


ticket sales, donations and
fundraisers. '
"Taxes aren't going for
buses. They're going for a
free education," he said.
"There are no taxes going
for extracurricular activi-
ties."
Whether it's a drama
club trip to a Shakespeare


festival, an all-county math
tournament, or a champi-;
onship sporting event, each.
is no less important to its
participants' education. All
face the same transporta-
tion challenges.
"We've got to try to find
ways of helping other ex-
tracurricular activities to


offset some of the increases
they're going to be facing in
generating money for trans-
portation," Coleman said.
What transportation fund-
raising ideas would you offer
our schools' clubs and teams?
Share them at our Web site,
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


CRAMPED continued from 1


Patrol and Street Crimes
Unit sections, as well as of-
fice space for Community
Services and Family Vio-
lence staff.
A large, secured evi-
dence storage room is also
included.
It would have admin-
istrative offices, locker
rooms for both male and
female officers, plus some-.
thing else sorely lacking
at the Woodruff Avenue
facility: convenient bath-
rooms.
Another important fea-
ture: secondary entrances
that would allow officers
to bring in confidential
informants or witnesses
without public scrutiny.
"If you're a witness, you
don't want people tramp-


ing through while you're
trying to give evidence,"
Mitchell said.
Mitchell believes the de-
partment could be ready to
move into the new facilities
within three months of city
council funding approval.
Allowing a city-held
certificate of deposit to
mature would cover the
cost of refurbishing the
interior of the CitiChurch
building, Mitchell said. No
taxpayer dollars or police
department budget money
would be used.
Mitchell said he has
been in discussions with
the Okaloosa Correctional
Institute for the provision
of inmate labor for much
of the construction.
CPD's move would start


a ripple effect that would
benefit other city services,
added Maj. Richard Long,
the department's com-
mander of operations.
The Crestview Fire De-
partment, which shares the
Woodruff Avenue building
with CPD, would be able
to expand into the vacated
space.
When the police Investi-
gations Department moves
out of its City Hall offices,
the city's Administra-
tive Services department
would be able to house its
inspectors with other de-
partment staff.
"Everybody wins," said
Long.
The move would not
mean the end of a Crest-
view Police presence


downtown.
The department would
maintain the communica-
tions and dispatch office,
which it shares with the
fire department, at the
current location. CPD also
would have an office for
walk-ins.
However, there is no
denying CPD's need for,
more space.
"Basically, it's a neces-
sity," Mitchell said.'"We're
just cramped up in here."
There still will be plenty
of roor.. in the former Citi-
Church building after the
CPD moves in. What other
uses would you suggest for
the building? Comment at
our Web site, www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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DO YOU KNOW WHO KILLED THIS WOMAN?

On January, 2006, Melissa Lynn Howard,A IF YOU HAVE ANY

35 year old mother of two children was killed INFORMATION

in her Crestview, Florida home at 222 Tiffott PLEASE CALL:

Court. As f now, Melissa's killer has not been

brought to justice for this crime. CRESTVIEW POLICE

If you have any information concerning the DARTME NT

death of Melissa Lynn Howard you are urged DEPARTMENT

to contact the Crestview Police Departments (850) 682-4757 01

Criminal Investigator Division and speak with

Investigator RichardTrent or LieutenantJamie (850) 682-4608

Grant.'


Pays cash rewards up to $1,000


Paid for by the Attorney General's
Crime Stoppers Trust Fund.


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Water tank discussion dominates hearing, meeting
Brian Hughes of town. Dransfield said. complete one he felt was
Crestview News Bulletin It would provide back- To quantify how many as intrusive.
up should the older tank citizens meet the criteria, Alford also questioned
LAUREL HILL At have to be out of com- The Grant Administra- why a grant administra-
a public hearing be- mission for cleaning or tion Corp. has been going tion firm was hired.
fore its regular meeting repairs. The second tank door to door asking citi- Bolduc explained that
Thursday night, the city would also contribute to zens to complete a state Dransfield's company
council received a report increased fire-flow pro- form indicating, among was more expert than
on the city's commu- tection. other things, their in- anyone in city govern-
nity development block Dransfield explained come. ment in applying for
grant application for a that if the city receives This concerned resi- municipal grants, and
new 200,000-gallon water the state Department of dent Beau Alford, who that the firm was hired
tank. Community Affairs grant, peppered Dransfield, the through a competitive
As explained by grant the new tank will be built council and city manager bid process.
writer Dale Dransfield of at no expense to city tax- Tim Bolduc with repeat- Bolduc also clarified
The Grant Administra- payers. ed questions about the that the grant was offered
tion Corp., the tank, to be To the city's advantage necessity of the form. through the state DCA,
built on city-owned land for grant prospects: more Alford said he had not the federal Housing
in the industrial park than 51 percent of Laurel been a landlord in an- and Urban Development
on Old Ebenezer Road, Hill's citizens qualify for other state and was well agency.


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Legal # 100431
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-003879
FILE NO.: F08056513
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DONALD PERRY HENLE,
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONALD PERRY
HENLE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 300 MARY ES-
THER BLVD. STE #46
MARY ESTHER, FL
32569
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- Plaintiff's attorney or im-
KNOWN, PARTIES mediately thereafter; oth-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- erwise a default will be
TEREST AS SPOUSE, entered against you for
HEIRS DEVISEES, the relief demanded in
GRANTEES, OR the Complaint or petition.
OTHER CLAIMANTS
WITNESS my hand and
LAST KNOWN AD- the seal of fhis Court in
DRESS: UNKNOWN this 28 day of August,
2008.
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that By: Kathy Henley
an action to foreclose a As Deputy Clerk
mortgage on the follow-
in & property in Florida Default Law
OKALOOSA County, Group, P.L. P.O. Box
Florida: 25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN A IMPORTANT
APARTMENT 2 IVy In accordance' with the
HOUSE COND6MIN- Americans with Disabili-
IUM, ACCORDING TO ties Act, persons with dis-
THE DECLARATION abilities needing special
OF CONDOMINIUM accommodation to partic-
THERE OF RECORDED ipate in this proceeding
IN OFFICIAL RECORD should contact Court Ad-
BOOK 1088, PAGE ministration at 101 James
508, ET SEQ., AND Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
PURSUANT T6 THE view, FL, 32536-3515;
SURVEY, PLOT PLAN telephone number
AND 6RAPHIC DE- (850)689-5000, Exten-
SCRIPTION OF IM- sion 7497, prior to the
PROVEMENTS RE- proceeding, or Shalimar
CORDED IN CON- (8501651-7497
DOMINIUM BOOK 2, IMPORTANT
PAGES 5 'ET SEQ. In accordance with the
ALL OF THE PUBLIC Americans with Disabili-
RECORDS OF ties Act, persons with dis-
O K A L O O S A abilities needing special
COUNTY FLORIDA, accommodation to partic-
TOGETHER WITH ipate in this proceeding
ANY AND ALL should contact Court Ad-
AMENDMENTS TO ministration at 1250 N.
THE DECLARATION Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
AND ANY UNDI- F, 32579; telephone
VIDED INTEREST IN number (850)651-7497,
THE COMMON ELE- prior to the proceeding.
MENTS OR APPURTE-
NANCES THERETO. 09/06/2008
09/13/2008


has been filed against
you and you are required
.o serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before October 9,
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


Legal # 100432
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 08-CP-969
IN RE: ESTATE OF


PALMER ROY FORD DECEDENT'S DATE OF The sale shall take place
at 9:00-10:00 a.m. at
DECEASED. DEATH IS BARRED. o t 9:00-10:00 a.m.i0at
NOTICE TO CREDI- Date of first publication Advance Storage.
TORS of-the Notice of Adminis-
nis- 09/13/08


The administration of the traion: Sepremoer 6,
estate of DALMER ROY 2008.
.FORD, deceased, whose JASON R. MOULTON
date of death was August 660 North Feron Boule,-
5, 2008, is pending in yardN Suite A Crestview
the Circuit Court for Floria 253 restview
Okaloosa County, Court- 850-689-1474
house Crestview Flor-Florida26 Bar No.:
ida. The names and ad- 0150126
dresses of the personal Attorney for Petitioner
personal representative's JAMESM.FORD
attorney are set forth be- 2983 Jacks Creek Place
low. Escondido, CA 92027
All creditors of the dece- 09/06/08 -
dent and other persons 09/13/08
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no- L # 0038.
tice is required to be Legal #100438
served must file their .......
,claims with this court dAUCTIONS
WITHIN THE LATER In accordance with Flor-
OF THREE MONTHS ida Statutes, Advance
AFTER THE TIME OF Storage, Inc located at
FIRST PUBLICATION 5180 S. Ferdon Blvd.
OF THISNOTICE OR Crestview, FL, will offer
30 DAYS AFTER THE for sale to the highest
DATE OF SERVICE OF bidder the household and
A COPY OF THIS NO- other goods stored in the
TICE ON THEM. below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
All other creditors of the recover the rents not paid
decedent and other per- by the tenants.
sons having claims or de- Storage I
mands against Advanced Storage I
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this Mary Darwin
court WITHIN 3 Unit F 42
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST Michele Edmond
PUBLICATION OF UnitC46
THIS NOTICE. Lora Hattaway
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Unit H 11
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET Catherine Lonidier
FORTH IN SECTION Unit D22
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE Marquita Johnson
CODE WILL BE FOR- Unit 25
EVER BARRED. Macedo
Traci Macedo
NOTWITHSTANDING Unit H9
THE TIME PERIODS
SET- FORTH ABOVE, Advanced Storage II
ANY CLAIMS FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR Anthony Langdon
MORE AFTER THE Unit R4


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LEGAL# 120089
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., is solicitirtt
qualifications for a Third
Party Administrator (TPA)
for the agency's 403 (b
employee benefit plan.
Proposal should include:
Firms qualifications '
Plan for reporting func-.
tion ,
Cost plan
Contact Janice Richards
at 850-547-3689 for ad--
ditional information.
All proposals submitted
shall be received n6 later
than Monday, Sept. 22,
2008; 4:00 p.m. at i.-
following address .: be
considered:
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. ATTN: Jan-
ice Richards- Hr Director
P.O. Box 1210 Bonif y
FL 32425
(850)547-3689
The Council reserves the
right to reject any and all
proposals.
09/13/2008 '-



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1 Large black female cat,
1'. large light yellow
Tabby male cat missing
from Poverty Creek R
area. REWARD offered
no ?'s asked call
682-2984
Lost On 9/4/08 @ 9PM
in the Bingo Hall parking
lot, purse was on roof 6of
vehicle then fell off. Black
with brown trim Reward
if found. Call 605-6173




Found: Brown female
dog, red collar, no tail. In
Escambia Farms on 9/1.
Cdll 537-5957







PETS & ANMALS
21V0 Pets
21191 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


Soa and Love seat by Ash-
le$350., Iron &Glass Coffee
table w/ end tables.$200
swivel bookcase $75., wicker
mirror $60., microwave $40.,
microwave stand w/ shelves
$100., 2 antique marble and
brass .lamps $125. call Ruth
398.6627




Crestview
RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, September
20
7am 1lpm 295 W.
James Lee Blvd. News
Bulletin Parking Lot
Open to the public.
Booths are $10. to
rent. Call 682-6524 to
reserve your booth. All
booths MUST be set up
and cars moved by
7am. Will be shutting
down promptly at 1 pm.

Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Look for signs
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twvin Hills
Park. 240-9678


Crestview
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Sat Sep.13 7am-12pm,
3567 Buckhorn Dr. (3 mi-
1 2100 les E on Airport Rd), Fur-
niture, TV's, misc. items.
Boston Terrier pups, 1st
shots, parents on site
ready 9/16. $400
685-8319 or 398-5513

Doberman 3250
Pincher pups Jumbo Green &
AKC registered, 8 weeks boiled peanuts. Holland
old. Ready to go. First Farms 1-877-675-6876
shots and wormed. Large
boned. $400. Call
994-6254. I
For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- 3280
huahua puppies. Born
Ma 4th $150. & up.
Calf850-902-7275 NEW F00A r
Older fixed cat,
declawed needs home. Grass bagger mulch kit,
682-8699, 837-6791 fit Murry, 3/48 inch.
call 6892474


I 2130
Mini-Donkey yr. old stud.
very friendly call
858-8460

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3100 -Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
31,30 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Businiess
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
318b Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
I.. Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Kenmore Ref. 1 yr.old
exc. cond. 902-1160





NEW tDAY
Sony 51 in. Widescreen
Rear Projection, HDTV
perfect condition $600.
Call 567-7788


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Crestview Elks Lodge
Turkey Shoot begins on
September 20 @ 9:00
am, and each Saturday
Excellent Prizes. Hwy
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
low Signs.



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GUN SHOW
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium, Milton, FL.
Sept. 20 & 21, 2608.
9am 5pm. 850
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4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
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For Lease Main Street
Drivers location. 201 N. Main
Drivers needed with St. Call 682-2735
Class B or better license.
No phone calls apply in For Lease, Newly Re-
person at 984 W. James modeled Commercial
Lee Blvd., Crestview Space 176-178 S. Indus-
trial Drive. 682-2735
Install/Mait/Repair
Service Tech
for supermarket refriger-
ation exp. only. Ft. Wal- 6110
ton, estin, Panama City
area. 850-391-2440 Brookmeade Villas
Drug free workplace Ad- Apts. 1 apartment
vanced Refrigeration & available now for the eld-
Air. er[y, handicapped & dis-
abled. 102 Noble Circle
Crestview Fl 32539
Healthcare 850-689-2272 TDD/TTY
Medical Assistant 711. Equal Housing Op-
Medical Assistant portunily.
Crestview. Exp not portunit
necessary, computer
knowledge is VERY es- Crestview- 2 Bd all utili-
sential Write Box 11, ties Pd $550 mo + $550
2260 S Ferdon, Crest- dd 6 mo. lease
view, 32536 682-5090
Insurance Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
S. quiet, gated no pets
A Terrific $575mo/$550dep, 12
Opportunity! mo lease req.
Liberty National Life
Insurance CompanyP Crestview Bent Creek
$100,000+ Earning Po Apts BVouhenrs Ac-
tential Benefits, Pension, pt Rn al ousint rOp
401 (kJ, BCBS Insurance. ceted. Rental assistance
rc 1-800-257-5500.o may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
Call 1-800-257-5500. HC& non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Logistics/Transportation Crestview FL Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
Crestview 711. Equal Housing Op-
Cdrestview portunicy
delivery driver portunity
must have good driving i
record. Call Lovely 1BR/1BA fully fur-
850-287-5919 nished all utilities (cable)
included. Located at
Lonesome Pine Ranch.
Gated access, security,
NeW TI AY pool, jacuzzi, baker Flor-
ida, no pets, no smoking.
$660. mo + $600.cdd
Quality Assurance/Safety we accept all major
credit cards. For appt.
Mystery call 850-537-4175 or
oMystery 585-2271
Shoppers
Earn up to $150 per
day. Undercover shop-
pers needed to judge re-
tail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not 130 o
required. Please call
1-77-664-5368 caCrestview 305 Purl
Web ID #27821849 Adams, 2 br, 1 1/2ba,
Web ID #27821849 W/.D $705/mo + dep.
Avail now 543-4742

NEW TOJAV
Retail/Wholesale NEW TODAY
ASSISTANT Crestview 3BR/2.5BA
MAAbehind hospital, lawn
MANAGER maintenance included.
PT/FT SALES New appliances. $700
Hibbett Sports is hiring in month $700dd. Call Pam
Crestview. Apply at: 850-569-2315 cell
2529 Ferdon Blvd. 850-209-4216
South, Crestview, FL
32536. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
www.hibbett.com

,,0l Crestview 3br, 2bar
I2cg, new. paint, tile K
A carpet. S of 1-10 $895mo
N cr +dep217-7344
Crestview 3BR/2BA
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT $725. mo call scott
I 546-1192
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments Crestview 3BR/2BA
6120- Beach Rentals fenced yard 107 Wind-
6130-Condo/Townhouse sor Pl (off auburn rdl
6140-.House Rentals $750. mo + $750. dd.
6150- Roommate Wanted Call 689-4442 or
6160 Rooms for Rent 240-0474
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
6200- Vacation Rentals plenty of room horses
welcome. $1000. mo.
-call Scott 546-1192
S 6100 1 Crestview- 3bd 2ba
Commercial office space 3376 Polly Ln. X Large
for lease 828 N. Ferdon fenced yard $775 mo +
Blvd. 682-2735 $775. Dep. 642-2121


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant for
Award Chevrolet, would like
to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


A AN A AEJAtKiR~liU-OtiION
A ward Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
# CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


| 6140 [ 6150 |9 7100
Crestview 3br. house
on 564 E. Robinson Crestview, Room for "
$775 mo. + dd. rent needed by older
423-7105 women. Call Belinda
837-6791 682-8699

NE A 9:30am-7:p.m. Crestview


Crestview- 4 br 2 ba,
1850sf. S. of 1-16. Nice
neighborhood. $1100
mo. 685-7442 | 6170
Move-h-R8Cdyl ,
Nkes B o 16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
Crestview- Beautiful w/ W/D hook up,
brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage, CH&A, $695 per o ,
W/D, incl. $95mo + $500 dep. 689 -e266 m,
dd. Call699-3833 500 2-66
Crestview- Nice 2 br,
1 ba on 1 acre. New
floors. CH&A. No pets. 3br, 2ba, large yard.
W/D hkups. 5798 Nor- Large trailer. No
mandy Rd. $500mo+dd. smoke/pets. $550/mo.
850 537-8855 $575dd. 240-0890
Crestview, FL
Beautiful
Crestview
Home For Rent
4br 2.5ba 2cq. N W T A
2300sqft, unfurnishe,
large yard, great neth Crestvlew 2br,t 2b,
borood. Call rivate lot. Close to Hwy
850-259-1560. 90 & Antioch. $575/mo.
Available now. Call
Crestview: 3br 2ba 862-4595 or 217-2750
1 cg 11 00sf. Custom up-
graded home. W/D
included. $875mo close
to schools & shopping. Crestview, 2 Bedroom
850-642-1612 2 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
Crestview: S. 1-10 3BR posit, call 682-9653 or
2BA, 2CG, $995'mo.+ 582-5148
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340
Crestview-verv nice
3br, 2ba, $795-$850 Holt
Like new,Lease or 3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4 Bd 2 Ba
rent to own 685-5820 Call Scott 546-1192
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced ard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200 .
mo. Call 850 699-2189 ""'",
Rent to Own
Crestview- Owner fi-
nanced. 3 br, 1 ba. 6 *
$690 mo. (includes taxes
& insurance with $3000 REA. ESTATE FOR SALE
down. 537-9798 7100--Homes
Teel & Waters 7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Real Estate Property
RENTALS 7120: Commercial
7130 -Condo/Townhouse
682-6156 7140- Farms & Ranches
V 204 Booker St. 7150 Lots and Acreage
500,2 br, 1 ba 7160 Mobile Homes
139 Stephens Lane, 7170 Watertront
$875, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC 7180 Investment
231 Lustan Dr, $1000 Property
4br, 2 ba, 2 g S of 1-10 7190 Out-to-Town
1524 Long Needle Ct, Real Estate
$1100, 3/272, no pets 7200 Timeshare
f 391 Riverchase
$1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, .
No pets


+ Retail Space
290 Main Street $1650
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


Cozy 3 br, 1 ba in
Crestview with new
paint, tile, carpet, and
much more. Large clos-
ets. Fenced backyard.
$64,900. Iron Horse Re-
alty 850 951-2703


110, great view in great
neighborhood. Brick
home, 419 Christopher
Drive. $224,000. Call to
see today 259-1327.


NEW iTOAY
Crestview New homes
available in Silver
Sprin s Estates starting at
$152,900. floor plans
rom 1225sf. up to
2680sf. call Bill or Gail
Gross @ 585-5565
Building America Realty
Services Inc.
Crestview No Money
Down @$850. mo. Drop
dead georgous 3BR/2BA
2502 Sunset Dr. call
1800-you-sell or
850-699-4026
Just
Re-mcodeled'
FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh.
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for ets. $299,000.


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'08 Dodge Caravan H9
Employee Price $24,176
Rebate $4,500

Your Price $19,676


Call U50 226-67/4


L f'V NlfllTODAY
K Cview Clears 1+ acre
Individual wants to bu with some nice trees,
Individual wants to buy new septic tank, water
house for investment. Call meter, & 200 amp power
651-0987 pole. Closeto t own & Ju-
niper lake. Mobiles okay.
$29,999. 496- 9546

O Sale or Trade 702 ac-
V*& res, tbr/dev. land Holmes
Navarre ~ Co. Fl. nr -10 $3,500
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba, acre 850-892398
21 50s home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate livin & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa- 1 7160
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa- 2002 Fleetwood Double
terfront neighborhood. Wide 24X56 3BR/2BA
Priced to selF at the re- CH&A, located in Laurel
duced price of $260K.. Hill $25,000. OBO
Call 850 261-0322, or Buyer must move call
685-8048 leave msg. 850-333-3397


'08 Jeep Liberty
Employee Price $22,577
Rebate- $3,500

Your Price $19,077


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SPORTS

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,2008


AREA SCHEDULE
Monday
Middle School
Volleyball
Richbourg at Liza Jackson,
4 p.m.
Destin at Davidson, 3:45
p.m.

Tuesday
High School Boys Golf
Crestview vs. Fort Walton
Beach, Choctaw, Ht:e..lle,
Walton at Adara, 3 p.m.

Freshman Football
Crestview at Choctaw, 6
p.m.

High School Volleyball
Baker at Laurel Hill, (JV) 5
p.m., (V) 6 p.m.
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach (JV), 5 p.m., (V) 6
p.m.

Correction
Baker's football team hosted
Franklin County on Friday.

Knights of
Columbus Golf
Tournament
Crestview's Knights of
Columbus Council 7968
will hold its annual golf
tournament Sept. 20 at
Foxwobd Country Club.
Entry fees are $31 for
Foxwood members and $45
for non-members. There
will be prize money for win,
place and show, along
with closest to the pin and
longest drive.
An awards luncheon
will follow with a menu
consisting of roast beef,
turkey, potatoes, vegetables
and desert. Door prize
drawings will follow the
luncheon.
Entry forms can be
obtained by calling Bob
Kopp at 826-0137 or Herb
Fosman at 423-1262. Entry
forms can also be obtained
at the Foxwood Pro Shop.

Night Golf
Night golf is coming to
Foxwood Country Club
Sept. 20.
Play gets underway at 7
p.m. with a shotgun start.
Entry fee is $25 per
player and includes cart and
tee gift.
Team pairings will be
done by Foxwood.
Drink specials start at 5
p.m. The event is limited to
the first 48 paid players.

YMCA sports
Registration for flag foot-
ball, soccer and cheerlead-
ing will be held for children
ages 2-14 until Sept. 30.

YMCA swim
The fall session of YMCA
swimming lessons started
Sept. 4. Private lessons are
also available. For more in-
formation call 689-2999.

Football parking
Crestview High School
still has a few remaining
reserve season tickets avail-
able. Season tickets are $35
and may be purchased in the
front office between 8 a.m.
and 2 p.m. General admis-
sion at the gate will remain
$6 for adults and $4 for stu-
dents. Tickets for freshmen
and junior varsity games are
$4 for adults and students.
Starting this football
season, CHS will join other
area high schools and will
charge for on-campus park-
ing at varsity football games.
According to CHS admin-
istrators, the $2 charge is
lower than at other local
schools. All proceeds from
the parking sales will go to
help offset the transporta-
tion cost of CHS athletic


programs, cheerleading and
dance team.


source


Kali Flanders leads Baker in hitting and much more


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

AKER Those
who don't
believe dyna-
mite comes in
small packages
should look no further
than Kali Flanders.
Although standing
just 5-foot-8, Flanders
has proven herself to be
a powerful hitter for the
Baker volleyball team.
Gators coach Lisa Roy
couldn't be happier with
her performance.
"She's my power hit-
ter," Roy said. "But more
than that Kali's a player
that no matter where I
put her, she'll succeed
and do her best.
"She's spunky and a
hard worker. She's one
of those that will encour-
age others and is a team
player."
Flanders, a senior,
downplays her own abil-
ity. Instead, she talks
about being a versatile
player.
"I don't think I sur-
prise anyone (with her
hitting)," she said. "I'm
not that great. I'm just
average.
"But maybe some-
times they don't expect
me to be a hitter because
I'm shorter. Ever since I
played for (former Ga-
tor coach) coach (Kathy)
Combest she had me on
the front row, but I've
always played all the
way around. We've al-
ways had short girls (at
Baker) so we had to deal
with what we had."
Roy believes Flanders
is a better hitter than she
gives herself credit for.
"As far as hitting,
Kali the best power
hitter I have," Roy
said. "Although she's
relatively short to be a
power hitter, she gets up
there and does the job."
Roy agreed Flanders
is about more than hit-


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Senior Kali Flanders has developed into one of the most powerful hitters for coach Lisa
Roy's Lady Gator volleyball team.


ting.
"She can set, she can
hit and she can pass,"
Roy said. "Wherever I
put her she does well.
"When the team looks
at Kali, number one I
think they see her at-
titude. When I say 'Kali,
come on and do this,'
even though she loves to
hit, she does (the 6ther
skill) with a positive at-
titude, and she does it
well."
Flanders' skills devel-
oped over six years of
playing the game.
"I had always wanted
to play (volleyball)
since I was little, and
my mom wanted me to


play," she said. "I went
to elementary school
in Crestview, and then
I came over her (to
Baker).
"Coach Combest was
a good coach, and all
my friends were trying
out, so I was like, 'I'll
try out.'"
In addition to volley-
ball Flanders is a mem-
ber of the Gator track
team, running the 200,
400 and 800.
She admits volleyball
is her first love.
"It's a team sport
where ev eryone has
something to do with
the game," Flanders
said. "Everyone has to


come together.
"You have to pass,
you have to set, and you
have to have a hitter to
run the team."
It's Flanders' team-
first attitude Roy most
would like to see the rest
of the team pick up.
"Hopefully they'll
see that positive attitude
and leadership, that no
matter where I'm put,
I'm going succeed," Roy
said.

Visit our online Baker
volleyball reference page
at http:.. 'i'c'.i'rest-
viewbulleit.con.storts..
baker_3148 ariicle.hil'n'
volleyball .html


Gators shake off slow start to season


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Things
didn't start off well for the
Baker volleyball team this
year.
The Gators lost their
first two matches, both in
five sets.
The streak ended Tues-
day night when Baker beat
district 1-2A rival Vernon
in three sets to give first-
year coach Lisa Roy her
first win.
The Gators evened their
record with a three-set dis-
trict win Thursday at Pen-
sacola Christian.
Prior to Tuesday's win
Roy admitted both she
and the team needed the
victory.
"I think it will be good
for me and good for them
just to. get it under our
belts because it can be so
discouraging to lose," she
said, "especially feeling
like we should have won


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Ann Spann /Crestview News Bulletin
Carlie Barton hits the ball for the Lady Gator varsity
team.


(the first two matches) and
feeling we didn't play up
to our potential.
* "I think it would help
our confidence just to get
a win under our belts."
Roy took a proactive
approach to fixing things.
She abandoned the
two-setter alignment the
Gators used under former
coach Kathy Combest and
went to a one-setter of-


fense.
Senior hitter Kali Flan-
ders believes many of the
mistakes came down to
the Gators being a young
team.
"We just need to keep
on playing together,"
Flanders said. "We have
younger girls out there
that aren't use to the pres-
sure. The longer you play,
the easier it is to play un-


der pressure.
"I think we are going to
be fine. We have the girls
and coach Roy is doing an
excellent job. It's just the
first couple of games ev-
eryone played timid."
Roy feels good about
the senior leadership pro-
vided by Flanders and
Courtney Fountain.
She's happy with a line-
up that has Allyssa Horn
and Kaylee Bradley at hit-
ters, Lauren Griffith at set-
,ter and Kaitlyn Hunter at
the libero.
Roy doesn't think the
Gators are that far away
from being successful.
"Ithinkweneedtowork
a little more on teamwork
and just the never give up
attitude," she said. "Not
matter what the score is
we can't hang our heads
and we have to hang in
there and be determined."

See more photos from a re-
cent Baker practice at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


GOLF TIPS

from the pro


How to

master the

short game

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Everyone loves the power
game in golf. Yet whether
you're a
M a scratch golfer
or weekend
duffer you real-
ize it doesn't
matter how far
g you hit it off the
tee if you don't
know what to
Jeff do -with your
Marks short game.
In this
week's Golf
Tips from the Pro, Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching pro
Jeff Marks discusses the "meat
and potatoes" of shooting
good numbers, and that's hit-
ting good wedge shots.
What's really import to be
a good wedge player is you
have to be consistent with your
loft of your wedge at impact.
Even a lot of decent players will
come to me and they are re-,
leasing their hands on one shot
and then they are holding it off
on the next shot.
Sometimes they get too
steep. Other times they are,..
scooping. We want to try and
maintain the same relationship
of left hand (right hand for left-
handers) in front of the club at
impact on every shot. Balance
is a big part of doing that.
First and foremost, impact
is crucial.
When we get to impact we
want to feel that our weight is
about 80 percent on our front
foot. Your center, or breast-
bone, is even or slightly in front
of the golf ball. And the lead
hand is in front of the club at,
impact.
It's a digging or shovel-
ing position; not a scooping
position. It's a trapping feeling.
What I mean by that is when
we get to impact we want to
feel the grip is ahead of the
club head, and that will make.
sure you hit down on the golf
ball.
It also keeps your club head
working down the line quite a
bit longer. What you'll find is
when your hands get real ac-
tive, especially the trailing hand,
the club head tends to flip.
That will ruin your face angle at
impact. It can change your loft
and do a myriad of things.
For a three-quarters shot:
I'm using a 60 degree wedge
and I'm looking at about a 75-
yard shot, so I try to set up with
the ball in about the middle of
my stance. We try not to get it
too far back, but when you do
that it's impossible to shift your
weight to your front side.
If you stay back, you are
going to top the ball or hit it fat.
So put it right in the middle just
like the tour pros do. Get your
feet left of target (right of target
for left-handers) so you have
clearance and get to your front
side.
I try to get my hands slightly
ahead of the club head when
I set up. When I get to impact
I'm want to feel like I'm trap-
ping the ball, meaning my body
weight is ahead of the golf ball
just a tiny bit.
; You want to feel like you
are very left sided (front-sided)
When you hit this shot. Then
you won't feel like your back
hand is flipping.
I find that nine out of 10
people that come to me for a
golf lesson are trying to hit it
with the back hand. Invariably
the club head will pass your
hands at impact, and then you
are in big trouble.

If you have a golf question
for Heritage Plantation teaching
e-mail it to News Bulletin sports
editor Randy Dickson at ran-
dyd@crestviewbulletin.com. Or
you can mail your question to
Randy Dickson, 295 W James


Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536


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