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'Such a preventable tragedy'


Teen auto deaths spark seat belt safety discussion


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The tragic loss of yet another area teen in a traffic
accident sparked impassioned comments on the News
Bulletin's Web site.
"'Thrown from the vehicle' sounds like 'wasn't wear-
ing his seat belt,'" wrote "CrestviewMom." "When will
kids learn seat belt use is the law and it saves lives?"
"How very, very sad that this young man lost his life,"'
added "Matt." "If it turns out it was because he was not
wearing his seat belt, it is even sadder, because if he had
his belt on, he would still be with us."
"Davidson403" concurred.
"When will people get it? Seat belts save lives!" the
poster wrote. "It's not hard to put it on, and then take it
off when youreath your destination."
The readers' remarks illustrate how the importance
of seat belt use has grown to be an integral part of most
Americans' driving habits.
Sadly, the statistics indicate progress is needed in
some demographics.

Seat belt stats
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
reported 83 percent of Americans on average wore their
seat belts in 2008, but only 77 percent of occupants who
appeared to be between 16 and 24 wore theirs.
Only 74 percent of pick-up truck occupants buckle
up, the NHTSA's report stated.
Sadly, the other 26 percent included Tyler Jones, the
Baker School student killed when he was ejected from a
friend's truck shortly after Christmas.
Another local student, Crestview High School senior
Mitch Kertis, was not wearing his seat belt when he was
killed in an auto accident Nov. 26.
States with primary belt laws showed a 13 percent
increase in seat belt use over states, such as Florida,
in which not buckling your seat belt is only a secondary
offense, the NHTSA reported.
"Everybody should wear 'em," said Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Kelly Carrico of the Crestview barracks,.
who's responded to more than his share of traffic ac-
cidents.
"It's a well-known fact that if a vehicle ever flips over,
things within the cabin of the vehicle become missiles,"
Carrico said. "Glass breaks and creates a hole, and any-
thing that's not held down is going to come out, some-
times forcibly. And that includes people."

Tragic lessons
With everyone from first responders at the scene of a
wreck to emergency room doctors ard nurses praising
the life-saving ability of the simple seat belt, using the
device would seem to be a no-brainer.
Yet for our teens, one of our most vulnerable popula-
tions, it's often not.
"It's a hard a message to get into kids," laments
Deputy Sheriff Joe E McLaughlin, the resource officer
at Laurel Hill School. "Kids think it's uncool to be buck-
led up.
"It's just one of those messages that's hard to de-
liver," McLaughlin continued. "It's such a preventable
tragedy. It's just as simple as that. That's the sad thing
about it. I explain the statistics. Wearing a seat belt, it's
unlikely they'd be ejected from a vehicle."
McLaughlin said it's frustrating that young motorists


and their passengers know the benefits of seat belt use
and that the law requires their use, yet manyjust don't.
"The consequences are dramatic. They know this.
You talk to them about it and emphasize it, but they
choose to take that risk," McLaughlin said. "But too
often, death or bodily injury could've been prevented by
just wearing a seat belt.
"It's such a preventable tragedy," he re-emphasized.
Carrico said every little thing a person can do to
lessen the chances of injury helps wearing seat belts,
driving slower, having airbags, not drinking and driving,
etc.
"But if you lessen the safety factor and you are in an
accident, the more chance you have of becoming hurt,
sometimes severely," Carrico said.
"There is a significant number who wear their seat
belts and know the importance of it, but unfortunately,
there are too many that don't," Deputy McLaughlin
concluded. "There's so much tragedy to the family and
friends if a young person gets hurt or killed. It impacts
them, too. That's the sad fact of it."
It's a fact CrestviewMom tried to share.
"Kids, spare your mama this agony and buckle up!"
she wrote.
Have the recent tragedies on the local roads af-
fected your attitude toward seat belt use? Post your
thoughts at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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Hub City Ford owner
says 'buy American'
Incentive is needed

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When Congress refused',
a $14 billion bailout for
the Big Three American
automakers earlier in
December, President
Bush provided them with
$17.4 billion in emergency
loans.
Will any of that
money trickle down to
our local automobile deal-
ers?
One local dealership
says no.
"We don't really an-
ticipate it, because that
money is going toward re-
search and development,"
said Leon Daggs, owner
of Hub City Ford. "And
Ford didn't take any (fed-
eral) money anyway," he
added.
Daggs said at the local
level, auto dealers would
be much better served if
the buying public had an
incentive to go out and in-
vest in a new car.
"At our level, people
need a stimulus to buy, and
that stimulus needs to be
to buy domestic," Daggs
said. "We need a stimulus
that will make it easier for
people to buy, and some
kind of incentive to buy
American. Otherwise, it
will just go to Honda or
Toyota."
Even if a buyer / is
interested in investing
in a new vehicle, lenders
have. been tightening up
the money supply, Daggs
said.
"We need to loosen the
credit so people can buy
things," he said.
The main effect of.the
recent federal loans, plus
money provided earlier in
the year for development
of more fuel-efficient ve-
hicles, will be on the cars
and trucks that will appear
on local car lots in a few
years.
"The bailout will bring
new products to the
market, but not until
two or three years down
the road," Daggs said.
"This will help Chrys-
ler or General Motors.
But it doesn't affect the lo-
cal dealers. We won't see
any local effect any time
soon:
"The major problem
is the ability of people to
get financing and getting
people to spend money,"
Daggs said. "People are
afraid of the economy in
general."
Other area dealerships
contacted for this article
declined to comment on
record.


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Local


Saturday, January 10, 2009


Smooth transition at Elections office

Lux sworn in as new county elections supervisor on Tuesday


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Paul Lux was sworn in
as Okaloosa County Super-
visor of Elections by Judge
T. Patterson Maney during
a ceremony in Crestview
on Tuesday afternoon.
Lux succeeds Patricia
Hollarn, who announced
last year that she would
not seek re-election after
serving 20 years as elec-
tions supervisor in Oka-
loosa County.
See Ann's full article
and more photos from
Tuesday's ceremony at
www.crestviewbulletin.
corn.


ANN SPANN
I' Crestview News
Bulletin
TAKING THE
OATH: Paul Lux
is congratulated
by Judge T.
Patterson
Maney after
being sworn in
as Okaloosa
County
Supervisor .of
Elections. Lux's
wife Niccole
and daughter
Foster look on.


PHC's


honors


John


Proctor

Special to the News Bulletin

Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview is pleased
to announce John Proctor
has been se-
lected Resi-
dent of the
Month for
December
2008.
Mr. Proc-
tor was born
in Arkansas JOHN PROCTOR
on Dec. 19,
1937.,He has
two brothers, one in Pen-
sacola and the other one
out west. Mr. Proctor was
in the Marines and enjoyed
playing golf, fishing, and
enjoys outdoor activities.
Mr. Proctorwas member
of Antioch Baptist Church
for the last 25 years, and
he enjoys going to church
services at Parthenon. He
also likes to play bingo and
socialize with other resi-
dents.


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Cleaning up the


slate from 2008
Adjusting to writing "2009" leaves me
wondering what this clean slate ahead of
us will hold. Yes, a cost of living raise for
the retired is welcomed and a feeling of
renewal perfumes the air regardless of
our circumstances. New calendars con-
front us ready to be filled with fun things
to do and doctor appointments. ESTELLE
May we begin 2009 pondering how ROGERlS
much we have in common, how average Up on the ill
we are and how the enemy is not our
neighbor but the calamity of life. Let's all
honor life and live with love in our hearts. We can routine-
ly make a difference ... the little things do matter.
*, Recalling happy memories is refreshing. The month
Sof December held several tea parties for local ladies. Eri-
ca Teets, owner of Bee House Tea Service, catered a Tea
for the DeFuniak Springs Community Center. Kathleen
and I enjoyed the delicious and beautifully served food be-
fore Erica gave a PowerPoint presentation on the history
of tea. Ring Erica at (850) 892-2129 for more information.
'Church Christmas dinners, Laurel Hill Hilltoppers
celebrating at the Laurel Hill Grill, Red Hat Society ladies
celebrating at the Florala Lake House Bed and Breakfast,
and family gatherings all made for a fun-filled December.
The year 2008 ended with a lovely two-hour lunch
tea at the beautifully Christmas decorated Ivy Leaf Tea
Parlor with my friend Joan, a first-timer. We departed in
a relaxed and renewed mode. Ring 683-1626 for reserva-
tions at the Ivy Leaf Tea Parlor in Crestview.
The lady Hilltoppers will start the new year off oh
Jan. 20 at the Laurel Hill Grill at 11 a.m. This is a small
neighborhood group welcoming others to join them for a
dutch treat fellowship lunch in the private dining space
rightly named the Hobo Room.
Tuesday the Robert L.F Sikes Library in Crestview
hosted Yoga teacher Kristy Souto, owner of Bare Foot
Yoga, 306 Government Ave, Niceville. Refreshments
were served before Kristy introduced library friends to
the history and benefits of yoga. The discipline is good
for stress, pain relief, better breathing, flexibility, circula-
tion, cardiovascular conditioning and relaxation. I had
to be the oldest person in the class with a hip and two
knee replacements! I had no problem with the simple
movements and left feeling very relaxed. Ring Kristy at
678-8498 for more information.
Happy Birthday to Hilltopper, Penny Dunston, Jan.
14.
The Alzheimer support group meeting will be held
at the Baptist Church fellowship building Jan. 15 at a
new time, 2 p.m. Carolyn Williams, director of these,
meetings, is appreciated for her time and energy to bring
information and help to many Laurel Hill neighbors in
need of support. There is a welcome seat for you without
charge.
The Laurel Hill community lost two beautiful moth-
ers on the same day, Dec. 22,2008.
Bernice Barefoot Twitty, was born on March 23,
1928, in Ponce De Leon. She leaves her daughter, Billie
Jean Beard of Coila, Miss., and sons Richard of Laurel
Hill and David of Lynn Haven.
Donations may be made to either Hopewell Methodist
Church, c/o Morris Rogers, 3490 New Ebenezer Road,
Laurel Hill, FL 32567; or to Alzheimer's research.
Nancy H. Weekley was born Sept. 29, 1911, in Oka-
loosa County. She is survived by Iva Helen Weekley,
Imogene Sopanier, Tony Allen Weekley, Joel Turner
Weekley, Wilma Neel Weekley, Malcolm Duncan Weekldey
16 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.
Both mothers were buried on the same day, Dec. 24.
2008. Community condolences to the grieving Laurel Hill
families.
No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has con-
ceived what God has prepared for those who lovelHiHW
- 1 Corinthians 2:9


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GIVING UNTO OTHERS: Abigail Mainor received a plethora of great presents
at her ninth birthday party, but other children got to enjoy them. At her
request, her friends and family members brought gifts for Toys For Tots
to her birthday party in December. The Baker School third grader was
inspired by the generosity of a friend from her church, Kricket Kronmiller,
who also requested contributions for the Marine Corps' annual toy drive
when she turned nine in November. "She and Kricket are friends. She
wanted to do something like that," explained mom Wendy Mainor. "She
was excited about that." In all, Abigail received nearly two dozen toys. "I
was actually surprised a 9-year-old would want to do that," said Wendy
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Special to the Crestview News Bulletin Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
BEFORE ...: Members of the Milligan Shepherd's ... AND AFTER: As the Shepherd's Church nears com-
Church tackle the daunting task of removing old in- pletion, with the sanctuary roof raised and the rpom
sulation as. the renovation of the sanctuary gets un- sheetrocked, congregation members admire the result
derway. of nearly two years of hard work.



Renovating God's house


Milligan congregation tackles church project


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The idea seemed easy.
Buy an old church building, get the
congregation together to refurbish it,
and voila! You have a church home of
your own in no time.
In the case of the Shepherd's
Church of Milligan's new home, "no
time" is going on more than two
years.
"It's been a long project!" said Pas,
tor Nathan Fort, who is heading the
effort.
"We're just a small church. We've
been established for six or seven
years, but we've never had our own
building," Fort explained.
His Southern Baptist flock's new
home at 5305 State Road 4 in Milligan
is steadily nearing completion. Origi-


nally the home of the Milligan Assem-
bly, which moved up the street, the
building was built in the early 1950s,
Fort said.
"It is an old block building. When
we purchased it, we had been leas-
ing buildings," Fort said. "We've done
a pretty extensive remodeling on it.-
We've just pretty much gutted the
building."
Members of the approximately 50-
person congregation have been pitch-
ing in to perform the renovation work
themselves.
"When we purchased it we had
enough funds to do the renovations,
but we couldn't afford to sub out the
work," Fort explained. "We've been
doing a lot of work on nights and
weekends. We'd liked to have been
able to hire out a lot of the work, but
we're getting pretty close to finishing


now. I've had some good help."
Their efforts have attracted the at-
tention of folks who used to worship in
the old building.
"A lot of people have stopped by
who used to go to the church to see
the renovation of it," Fort said.
After years of renting space in oth-
er buildings and churches, pretty soon
the Shepherd's Church congregation
will be worshiping in its own home.
"I would hope we'll be done within
three months, but we stopped giving
out a date," Fort laughed. "It depends
on the number of nights and week-
ends we can fit in to finish up."

Does your church have an inter-
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"If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to
forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all un-
righteousness" (I John 1:9).
To the child of God, this is one of
the most precious promises in the
Bible. Regardless of how hard we try -
to live as our heavenly Father would
have us live, we are often conscious
of our need for "restoring grace" a
cleansing by the precious blood of
Jesus. We are not always obedient
to heavenly leadings. Even when we BROTHER
would do good, we are prone to lapse RAYMOND
into a state of lethargy and indiffer- WILLIAMS
ence, and thus we find we need for- From the Pulpit
giveness and cleansing. If we do not
turn to God immediately, such unconfessed sins will
lead to a swift and sure'spiri-
Regardless of tual decline.
h By way of illustration,
how hard we consider a disagreement
try to live as between friends. No matter
y tou how trivial the cause or how
our heavenly slight the disagreement, it
will cause coldness between
Father would the parties involved. They
I ' e will avoid each other. If they
ave S le, meet by chance, there is a
we are often noticeable restraint and for-
mality made all the more evi-
COnSCiOUS of dent because of the former
warmth and intimacy of their
our needfor attachment for each other.
Crestonrtn 'In such instances, there
*eo n g can be no more heart-union
grace" a until the cause of the dis-
.agreement has been probed,
cleansing by the wrong confessed, and the
misunderstanding explained.
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blood ofJesus.


- Raymond
Williams


Brother Raymond Wil-
liams is pastor at New Be-
ginnings Church located at
412 West James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Phone (850) 689-
2988.


Church BRIEFS


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
Wednesdays.

EVENTS

JONESES AT SHADY GROVE:
Singer, songwriter, evan-
gelist and heart transplant
recipient Melvin Jones
and his wife Sarah will be
in revival at Shady Grove
Assembly of God from Jan.
11-14. The church is locat-
ed in Baker. Call 537-2774
or 826-2897 for details.
PILGRIM REST EXODUS
STUDY: Pilgrim Rest Bap-
tist Church on State Road
4 one mile south of Baker
invites everyone to attend
a one-day study on the
book of Exodus, "Living in


Awe of God," on Jan. 18. It
will be taught in four seg-'
ments at 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m.,
5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Childcare
will be available for all ses-
sions. The sessions will be
led by Dr. James Newell,
an associate professor of
Old Testament and He-
brew at Baptist College of
Florida, Graceville. Call
537-9221 for details.
FIRST ARTS CONCERT: The
Montana Skies concert
Jan. 23 at 7:30 p.m. is part
of-the First Arts Concert
Series of First United
Methodist Church in Fort
Walton Beach. Doors open
at 6 p.m. so that patrons
can enjoy the adjacent art
gallery.
Advance tickets are $12
for adults and $6 for stu-
dents; tickets at the door


are $15 for adults and $8
for students. Purchase at
Pavlic's Unique Florist
in Destin; Kitchenique in
Sandestin; Bayou Books
in Niceville; Playground
Music, PS Gifts, and in the
church office at 103 First
St. SE, in Fort Walton.
You may print an or-
der form online at www.
firstartsconcerts.org/tick-
ets.htm and mail it fol-
lowing instructions on the
form.
Details: 243-9292 or 243-
6083 or www.firstartscon-
certs.org.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
are held on the first Sat-
urday of the month. Funds
generated are used for
Epiphany Episcopal
Church's outreach activi-
ties.


Participants may sell
whatever they like at a
cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions are
available inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-
3437 for details. The
church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

BAKER FIRST UMC SCHEDULE:
Contemporary worship is
at 9 a.m. at the church, lo-
cated at located at 5826 N.
Hwy. 189, just north of the
traffic light in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio
show airs every day at
12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1
FM. Presented by North-
west 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, Con-
firmation, and Eucharist.
This formation process
is the church's approved
method for individuals to
become members of the
Catholic community. Ses-
sions are held at the Eg-
lin 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 COURSE: Air-
port Road Church of
Christ is offering a free
Bible corresppndence
course. Call 682-4025 for


more information. The ra-
dio program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATIONS
STUDY:. Each Sunday eve-
ning at 5 p.m., the Good
Hope Congregational
Church presents the study
of the Book of Revelations.
Rev. Tommy Coleman will
be, presenting the study
and there will be finger
foods to follow every Sun-
day evening. Anyone in-
terested may join. Call
537-4307 for more infor-
mation.
SQUARE DANCING: The
New Bethel Method-
ist Church hosts square
dancing in the Fellowship
Hall on Thursday nights
at 7 p.m. Come out for fun
and good exercise!


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

ABWA MEETING: Tuesday
at 5:15 p.m. at Azteca Mexi-
can Restaurant, 795 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
.Darlene Dean, Coach for
Results, is guest speaker.
Networking starts at 5:15
p.m. and the business
meeting is at 6.p.m.. The of-.
ficial installation of officers
and charter of the network
into the national organiza-
tion will take place. Heath-
er Gann of the Crestview
New Bulletin is the Mem-
ber Spotlight speaker. A
50/50 drawing and door
prizes are also planned.
Bring a friend. To RSVP
or for more information,
call 537-2942 and press 2 to
leave a message.
CRESTVIEW RELAY FOR LIFE
KICKOFF will be held Tuesday
at Walker Elementary. A
soup dinner will be served
at 5:30 p.m., followed by the
meeting at 6.p.m. Join for
an 1980s rockin' good time
by wearing your favorite
'80s attire.
COVENANT HOSPICE WORK-
SHOP: ,Covenant Hospice
is seeking individuals who
are interested in making
a difference in the lives of
patients and families fac-
ing end-of-life issues and
in supporting the organiza-
tion. A volunteer workshop
will be held from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Thursday at the
Covenant Hospice office,
located at 370 W Redstope
Ave. The workshop is free
and open to the public.


Food and drinks will be
provided. To register or to
learn more, call Jodie Wil-
liams at 682-3628.
FREE COMPUTER TUTOR-
ING: The Crestview Public
Library offers one-on-one.
beginning skills computer
tutoring. The one-hour
sessions are especially
helpful for senior citizens
who want to learn how to
use the Internet and e-
mail. Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr. (be-
hind the Post Office) or call
682-4432 to schedule your
appointment. You will need
a library card to use the
computers. All residents
of Okaloosa County are
eligible for a library card
at no cost. Just bring in a
picture ID and proof of cur-
rent street address.
TAX FORMS: Free cop-
ies of the most common
tax forms are available at
the Crestview Public Li-
brary. (These and other
more specific forms may
also be downloaded free
at www.irs.gov). AARP Tax
Aide will once again pro-
vide free tax help to low-
and middle-income taxpay-
ers with special attention
to those age 60 and older.
Tax preparation assis-
tance will be provided on a
first-come, first-served ba-
sis Feb. 1 through April 15
during the following hours:
Mondays 2 to 6 p.m., Tues-
days and Thursdays 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. and Fridays
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING:
Jan. 15 at Knights of Co-


lumbus in Crestview. The
Self-Defense Awareness &
Familiarization program
is a two-hour training pro-
gram that gives teen and
adult women strategies
to reduce their exposure
to violence and introduce
them to the physical as-
pects of self-defense. At-
tendance at the event is
$15, and includes dinner.
Sign up and prepayment
are required. Networking
starts at 5:15 p.m.
,To register, call. Lisa
Brennan at 428-2787, Lau-
rin Wheelock at 269-2592,
ext. 268 or cell, 850-546-
1204; Tanya Forsha at 683-
5262, Angel Mullins at (850)
603-0077, Annie Boden-
bender at (850) 546-1371,
or Dawn Mann at 850-259-
5580 or 729-2131.
BEGINNER COMPUTER
CLASSES: are no longer be-
ing offered at Harvest
Vineyard Mission.
QUIT SMOKING FOR FREE:
Crestview area residents
can quit smoking through
a free, six-week, evidence-
based "Quit Smoking
Now" program in January.
Participants will receive
an individual assessment,
a customized treatment
plan, and group and one-
on-one counseling sessions
led by certified tobacco
treatment specialists. As-
sistance is available for
certain nicotine replace-
ment therapies.
Individuals can call to
join the next convenient
program. Employers can
make arrangements for
programs at their work-
sites. Dental and medical


personnel can receive free
continuing education cred-
its by enrolling in special
continuing education train-
ing to help their patients
quit tobacco use. Details:
(850) 398-6965 or 1-877-678-
6766 (STOP NOW) or visit
www.ahectobacco.com.
NOARC MEETING CHANGE:
The North Okaloosa Ama-
teur Radio Club regular
monthly meeting is now
at 7 p.m. on the second
Thursday night of each
month. The club meets at
the Dorcas Fire Station
#42, about seven miles
east of Crestview, on Deer
Creek Road about half a
block north of Highway 90.
Club information is avail-
able on the group Web site
at www.w4aaz.org. Details:
Bob Walker, 537-9456.
SENIOR CENTER MUSIC AND
MORE: The Crestview Se-
nior Activity Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park invites
seniors to join an after-
noon of music from 1 to 4
p.m. every Friday. Bring
your keyboard, guitar or
other musical instrument.
Fun is the key word. Card
and bingo days also avail-
able. For more information
call Estelle at 682-8230.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: Carver-
Hill Memorial & Historical
Society and the Concerned
Citizens Group of Crest-
view will host the following
events in January:
Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. An-
nual program with Speak-
er Minister Reggie Wash-
ington of New Life Inter-
national Worship Center.
The program will be held


at the Carver-Hill School
Center on School Ave. in
Crestview.
Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.-MLK
parade, with lineup at 9:30
a.m. at the corner of Lloyd
St. and Martin Luther King
Jr. in Crestview, to the Oka-
loosa County Courthouse
square, with guest speaker,
Charles Baugh, Crestview
councilman.
For details on any of
these events, contact Sis.
Fern Benbow at 682-6764,
Rev. Sanford Hayes at
(850) 621-4187, Dea. Willie
Hutchinson at 682-4067, or
Sis. Catherine Dortch at
682-6287.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
SAFETY TRAINING: Okaloosa
County Classes are listed
below.
CPR, Adult only Jan.
12, 15 and 20
CPR; Standard First
Aid w/CPR (adult only)
Jan. 14
CPR/AED Adult Jan.
16
Standard First Aid w/
CPR/AED (adult, infant,
child) Jan. 17
CPR/AED for the Pro-
fessional Rescuer Jan. 17
Standard First Aid w/
CPR (adult, infant, child)
Jan 24
Babysitter Training
Jan. 24.
Register online at www.
youredcross.org or by call-
ing customer service at
800-773-7620.
EMERALD COAST HOS-
PICE: As a Relay for Life
fund-raiser, the hospice
is selling Home Interiors
candles. Call 689-0300 to
place your order; all pro-


ceeds go to their Relay for
Life team. Details: Susie
Chestnut, 689-0300 or 850-
259-3001.
FIRST TUESDAY LECTURES:
at the Robert L.E Sikes
Public Library on Com-
merce Drive in Crestview
are:
Feb. 3 The History of
Jazz with Dr. Cheryl Jones,
NWFSC instructor and of
Jones & Company.
March 3 Poisonous
Plants of Northwest Flori-
da, with Larry Williams of
the Okaloosa County Exi
tension Service.
WILD GAME DINNER: Ro-
tary Club of Crestview in-
vites you to the 16th Annual
Wild Game Feast and Two-
Day Quail Hunt scheduled
for Feb. 6 and Feb. 7.,The
Wild Game Feast will be
held the evening of Feb.
6 at Gum Creek Lodge in
Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University base-
ball coach, is this year's
speaker. Proceeds will
benefit NWF State College
(formerly OWC) Sports
Program and the Rotary
Scholarship F nd. For
more information, to pur-
chase tickets or to sched-
ule a hunt, please call Bill
Barnhill at (850) 803-2367
or Ronnie Lunsford at 682-
5168.
QUARTER BINGO: The
Crestview Knights of Co-
lumbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every Tues-
day. The games run from
4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of C
hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Come join the fun.


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Saturday, January 10, 2009


AFA Eglin Chapter honors unsung heroes


Special to the News Bulletin
The Eglin Chapter, Air
Force Association, recog-
nized the installation's "un-
sung heroes" at a luncheon
recently at the Eglin En-
listed Club. The event, the
"AFA Team Eglin All-Stars
Luncheon," is a bi-annual
celebration of base military
and civilian personnel who
provide sustained superior
support to their unit's mis-
sion.
"We're here to recognize
those unrecognized heroes


who provide behind-the-
scenes support on a daily
basis; not just the normal
quarterly award winners,"
said Jeff Fanto, AFA Eglin
Chapter president. "This
program strives to in-
crease recognition where
needed as well as meet a
major AFA mission objec-
tive, supporting the Air
Force family.",
In addition to lunch,
each winner received a
certificate of recognition
and appreciation plus a
one-year membership to


the Air Force Association.

Award winners
Ms. Pong H. Frazier,
Acquisition Management
Assistant, Air Armament
Center.
Tech. Sgt. Denise M.
Mendiola, Non-Commis-
sioner Officer in Charge,
Executive Administrator,
33rd Fighter Wing.
2nd Lt. Curtis J. Pe-
terson, Project Engineer,
P5 ,Combat Training Sys-
tem, 308th Armament Sys-
tems Wing.
2nd Lt. Nathaniel J.
Meier, F-15 Test Engineer,
53rd Wing:
Airman First Class


Justin M. Labrecque, Net-
work Infrastructure Tech-
nician Apprentice, 96th Air
Base Wing.
Senior Airman Fer-
nando Aviles, Weapons
Load Crew Member, 46th
Test Wing.
Master Sgt. William
C. Nation, Operations and
Logistics Suitability Man-
ager, Detachment 2, Air.
Force Operational Test
and Evaluation Center.
SCapt. Josef N. Peter-
son, Acting Branch Chief,
Weapon Dynamics and
Controls Sciences, Air
Force Research Labora-
tory, Munitions Director-
ate.
I Mr. Barney Bailey,


Resource Advisor, 919th
Special Operations
Wing.
Staff Sgt. Lynette
Calleiro, Crew Chief,
20th Space Control
Squadron.
The Air Force As-
sociation is an inde-
pendent, nonprofit,
civilian education or-
ganization promoting
public understanding
of aerospace power
and the pivotal role it
plays in the security of
the nation. Learn more
about AFA at www.afa.
org and about the Eglin
Chapter at wiow.eglin
afafiorida.org. ,


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2nd Annual Women's Conference
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Get ajumpstart on your 2009! Join us for a time of laughter, joy,
support and growth. You won't want to miss this event!
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Registration Fee $29
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CITYOF CRESTVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

BEFORE THE LOCAL

PLANNING AGENCY

ON ANNEXATION,

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT AND

REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida
Statutes and Land Use Regulations of the City Code and,
Operating Policies thereto that the Local Planning Agency
will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, January 20,
2009 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida to consider and make
recommendations to the City Council regarding requests
for Annexation, Comprehensive Plan Amendment and
Rezoning as shown below:
LPA 08-28 -- Request for annexation, comprehensive
plan amendment and rezoning of 30.13 acres located
in Section 35, Range 3 North, Township 24 West, and
being part of the parcel identified by PIN 35-3N-24-
0000-0008-001.0. The property is located near the
western end of Point Center Road. Requested by
B & H Contracting, Inc.,.Property Owner.
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments
and make decisions regarding the above matter. The
applications, petitions, exhibits and location maps are
available for. public inspection during normal business
hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written
comments to the Administrative Services Department prior
to the hearing or both regarding the requests.
Any person requiring a special accommodation at this
hearing because of a disability or physical impairment
should contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at
least five (5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are
hearing or speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk's
office at the above number.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Agency with respect .to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing, such person will need a record
of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is
made, which record includes the testif'nony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Baseball and Softball Registration will be held at
Twin Hills Park the entire month of January.
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Military

HONORS

Laura R. Coe
Air Force Airman
1st Class Laura R. Coe
has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio.
During the six weeks
of training, Coe studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, core values,
and military customs and
courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field
training exercises and
special training in human
relations.
SIn addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward
an associate in applied
science degree relating
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of
Janis Williams of Crestview
and granddaughter of Jean
Williams of Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Coe received an
associate degree in 2007
from Okaloosa-Walton
College.


CITY
COUNCIL

CORNER


Council

addresses

fiscal


fitness

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL A new year
brought discussion of new
financial concerns during
Thursday's Laurel Hill city
council meeting.
Council president Larry
Hendren said city had about
$9,000 tore in expenses
than in revenue during the
first quarter of the 2009 fis--
calyear.
'"And I don't see this
trend changing unless we
do something on the spend-
ing side," Hendren said. "It
needs to be looked at very
closely. It's a lot easier to
deal with now than in June
or July when we are $30,000
short and trying to dig out
of a hole."
The council voted to ask
Mayor Vizell Robbins to
present a financial report
with recommendations for
corrections at the council's
Jan. 22 meeting.

Other business
The council discussed
a need to bring the city's
codes up to date, along
with better ways to en-
force them. Some of the
city's codes date back to
the 1950s and lack enforce-
ment mechanisms. Council
member Johnny James
suggested starting the pro-
cess in the spring when two
new council members will
be seated. City Attorney
Toni Craig said the process
likely will take two or three
years.
Craig told the council
she has been informed by
the Florida Department
of Community Affairs that
the city's comprehensive
plan will be found in com-
pliance.
The council approved
a request for Craig and
Shepheard to prepare and
file a public records request
to gather information con-
cerning matters between
the city's garbage contrac-


tor and Okaloosa County
that could affect the city.
Robby Adams was
unanimously selected as
the board's vice chairman.

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CRESTVIEW TRC REPORT


CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL AGENDA TOYS FOR TOTS DRIVE A SUCCESS


City of Crestview Ad-
ministrative Services Di-
rector Mike Wing provided
this report from' the city's
Technical Review Com-
mittee-meeting Monday.
The committee ap-
proved revised site con-
struction plans and revised
traffic analysis for Red-
stone Commercial Com-
plex, a 26,240 square foot
retail/office building to be
located on the southwest
corner of Redstone Avenue
West and South Ferdon
Boulevard.
The committee ap-
proved site construction
plans for a 3,500 square foot
AT&T store to be located
on the southeast corner of
Hospital Drive and South


COUNTY
COMMISIONER'S

CORNER
Okaloosa County Dis-
trict 3 Commissioner Bill
Roberts provided this re-
port from Tuesday's county
commissioners meeting:
We had a special pre-
sentation to two Okaloosa
County Correction Of-
ficers. Sgt. Pat Bauer and
Officer James Conway
received their Certified
Jail Office designations.
There are only 134 officers
in the nation who hold this
designation and only 23 in
the state of Florida. Bauer
and Conway are the only
two in Northwest Florida.
Congratulations to them!
Robert Cadenhead and
Larry Patrick were reap-
pointed to the planning
commission. Robert serves
as the District 1 represen-
tative, which encompasses
the Crestview area. We
Thank them for their volun-.
teer service to the county.


Ferdon Boulevard.
The committee tabled
a request for approval of
revised site construction
plans for Bishop Landing,
a 579,218 square foot, 504-
unit assisted living facility
on 52.75 acres located at the
end of Steeplechase Drive
between Steeplechase
Subdivision .and Interstate
10. The committee was ex-
pected to review the Bishop
Landing site construction
plans again Friday.
The committee ap-
proved, with conditions, an
application for annexation,
FLU change and zoning for
30.13' acres located in Sec-
tion 35, Township 3 North,
Range 24 West, along Point
Center Road.


The Crestview city
council meets Monday at
6 p.m. in council cham-
bers. The public is in-
vited and encouraged to
attend.
AGENDA
1. Approval of Con-
sent Agenda
2. Service Award -
Mayor Cadle.
3. Presentation to
2008 Christmas Parade
Float Entry Winners.
4. Monthly Drawing
- President Pro Tem
Wells.
5. New Business:
a. Spanish Trail Cruis-
ers April 2009 Car Show
- Mike Turman, Presi-
dent.
b. Resolution #09-01
- City Clerk.
c. Resolution #09-02
-City Clerk.
d: Florida League of
Cities Workshop Suc-
cessful Citizen Advisory
Boards and Committee
Training. Administra-
tive Services Depart-
ment.
e. Northwest Florida
League of Cities 2009
Legislative Session Lob-


bying Team Adminis-
trative Services Depart-
ment.
f. Ordinance #1417-
Amendments to Article
VIII,, traffic circulation,,
of Chapter 102. (Parking
space requirements and
Downtown Parking Dis-
trict). First Reading.
g. Ordinance #1418
-Amendments to Article.
VII, land use, type, den-
sity, intensity, zoning and
regulatory controls, of
Chapter 102. (Downtown
Commercial (C-2) Dis-
trict). First Reading.
h. Ordinance #1419
- An Ordinance estab-
lishing a Traffic Impact
fee to be paid on all new
construction within the
City subject to certain
Exceptions. First
Reading.
i. Crestview Housing
Authority Speed Humps
- Public 'Services De-
partment.
Sj. Florida Municipal
Insurance Trustee Nom-
inations City Clerk.
6. Mayoral Report.
7. Business from the
Floor.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
PASSING THE GAVEL:
Past Chairman of the
,Okaloosa County Board
of County Commissioners
James Campbell, left,
receives a ceremonial
gavel from 2009
Chairman Bill Roberts.
Roberts and new Vice
Chairman Wayne Harris
were seated during
the Okaloosa County
Board of Commissioners
meeting Tuesday in
Crestview. Transforming
the budget process, road
striping, the'draft erosion
line for beaches and
more were part of the
first meeting of'2009.


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PUBLIC GENEROSITY: Okaloosa County Division of Public
Safety collected Tpys for Tots last month at participating
Wal-Marts in Destin and Fort Walton Beach. Eight
shopping carts full of toys and six bicycles were among
collections in Fort Walton Beach, and Destin received
12 shopping carts full of toys and 12 bicycles. A total
of 10 bicycle helmets were collected. Several bicycle
helmets remaining from local bicycle safety classes
were donated to help make up the difference. "We
,want the kids to be safe, and it is a requirement when
bicycles are donated to also donate a helmet," EMS
Chief Al Herndon said. Added Public Safety Director
Dine Villani, "I just want to highlight Emergency
Medical Services and Beach Safety Divisions of Public
Safety who volunteered to help with the much-needed
shortage of Toys for Tots this year. We hope to do it
again next year."


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CONNIE S. GEATY UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
CINNIE S. GEARY; JA-
SON L. SEGERSON;
NATIONAL CITY BANK;
CRISTY SERGON AKA
CRISTY A. SEGERSON
UNKNOWN PERSON
IS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
To the following Defend-
JASON L. SERGERSON
RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN)
CRISTY SEGERSON SKS
CRISTY A. SEGERSON
UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foreclosure
of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described prop-
drty:
LOT 4 BLOCK, A RE
SUBDIVISION OF
LOTS 28 THROUGH
35 AND LOTS 101
THROUGH 123, PINE
RIDGE TRACE, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 13 PAGE 46,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA/
a/k/a 43 PINE
RIDGE TRACE, DES-
TIN, FLORIDA 32541


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Legal # 100472 Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida wherein WELLS IMPORTANT
has been filed against vs. By:Viki Jackson FARGO BANK, NA, is
has beet filed against vs. In accordance with the
you and you are required IN THE CIRCUIT Deputy Clerk the Plaintiff and WIL- In accordance with the
to serve a copy of your EUNICE MASON, a COURT OF THE FIRST LIAM L. MCANDREWS; Americans with Disabili-
written defenses ifanyto known natural person, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN in Crestview MORTGAGE ELEC- ties Act persons with dis
it, on Kahane&Associ- not known to beeither AND FOR News Bulletin TRONIC REGISTRATION abilities needing special
ates, nPA Attorney for dead or alive, and her OKALOOSA Invoice To: Florida De- SYSTEMS INC AS' accommodation to partic-
Plaintiff, whose address unknown heirs devisees COUNTY, FLORIDA fault Law Group, P.L. NOMINEE FOR AD- ipate in this proceeding
is, 1815 Griffin Road, grantees, assigns, or any CIVIL ACTION CASE P.O. Box 25018 VANCED FINANCIAL should contact Court Ad-
Suite 104, Dania Beach, othsr parties caiming y, NO Tam Florida SERVICES, INC are the inistration at 1250 N.
FLORIDA 33004 on or through under or against 46-2008-CA-002862 3622-5018 pendants I wil sell to Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
before February 3 2009 her DIVISION F 0 8 0 3 8 9 0 8 the highest and best bid- FL, 32579- telephone
and file the original with Defendants. FIDLITTON-CONV-R-abiv der or cash at IN number (85) 651-7497,
the Clerk of this Court ei- DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST en FRONT OF' CLERK'S prior to the proceeding.
ther before service on NOTICE OF ACTION COMPANY AMERICAS D litie with AROT DO X 0/0/
Plaintiff's attorney or im- AS TRUSTEE C Disabilities Act SHALIMAR ANNEX at 01/03/09
Plaintiff's attorney or im-r IMPORTANT I 1-00AM on the 10 01/10/09
mediately thereafter oth- TO: EUNICE MASON, a Plaintiff, IMPORTANT 11:00AM on the 10 01/10/09
erwise a default will be known natural person, vus in day of February, 2009, --
entered against you for not known to be either' In accordance with the the following described 7
the relief demanded in dead or alive and all un- LINDAC. SMITH etal, Americans with Disabili- properly as set forth in Legal 4
the complaint: This notice known heirs, devisees, Defendant(s). ties Act, persons with dis- sai Final Judgment: IR T
is provided pursuant to grantees, assigns, credi- abilities needing special IN THE CIRCUIT
Administrative Order, No. tors, or any their parties NOTICE OF FORECLO- accommodation to prtic- LOT 22, BLOCK K COURT OF THE FIRST
2.065. claiming by, through, un- SURE SALE ipate in this proceeding EGLN HIGHWA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
der or against Eunice should contact Court Ad- SUBDIVISION, AC- AND FOR
In accordance with the Mason NOTICE IS HEREBY ministration at 101*James CORDING TO THE COKALOOSA
Americans with Disabili- Lee Boulevard East, Crest- PLAT THEREOF, AS. COUNTYFLORIDA
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- FL 32536-3515- RECODCIVIL Z,-,. N CASE
ties Act If you are a per- Address: Unknown nal Judgment of Mort- view, FL, 32536-35r ( CORDED IN PLAT. CML O.ICA SE
son with a disability who Foreclosure dated telephone number (850 BOOK 2, AT PAGE A-NO.. D. .
needs any accommoda- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ember 29 2008 and 689-5000, Extension 85, OF THE PUBUC 2007C 2S
tion in order to partici- an action to quiet title to entered in Case No 7497, prior to the pro- RECORDS OF VISION
pate in this proceeding, the following property in 46-2008-CA-002862 of eedin1-9Shalimar COUKT FLORIDA TAYLOR BEAN AND
you are entitled, at'no Okaloosa County, llor- the Circuit Court of the (850)651-7497 COUNTY, FLORIDA. WHITAKER MORTGAGE
cost to you, to provisions ida: FIRST Judicial Circuit in IMPORTANT A/K/A 29 CORPORATION
of certain assistance. and tor OKALOOSA W DH A/K/A 29 Plaintiff,
Please contact the Court At he Northwest corner County Florida wherein WOODHAM AVE-
Administrator at 1250 of the Southwest quarter DEUTSHEBANKTRUST Iaccordance with the NUE FORT WALTON vs.
E lin Parkwa, Shalimar, of the Northwest quarter COMPANY AMERICASAmericans with Disabili- BEAH, FL 32547R
FF 32579 Phone No. of the Northwest quarter. AS TRUSTEE, isthe Plain- ties Act, persons with dis- KAREN D. BREWER, et
850-651-259 with 2 Section 17, Township 1 tiff and LINDA C abilities needing special Any person claiming alenantls)
workihg days of your re- South, Rane 22West, SMITH REMA accommodation to pqrtic- an interest in the D
ceipt of this notice or Okaloosa County, Flor- COAStAL PROPERTIES pa in this proceeding surplus from the
pleading; if you are hear- ida; thence run South A DISSOLVED CORPO- should contact Court A- sale, if any, other NOTCE OF FORE
nm impaired, call. 104.35 feet to a point of RATION; are the De- ministration at 1250 N. than the property SURE SALE
1- 00-955-8771 (TDD); Beginning; thence East fendants, I will sell to the Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, owner as ofthe date
if you are voice im- 60 feet to West side of highest and best bidder F 32579; telephone of the Us Pendens HEREBY
aired call road; thence South for cash at SHALIMAR: number 850)651- 497, must file a claim NOTICE I u EREBY
-800-95-8770 (V) ia 104.35 feet; thence IN FRONT OF CLERK'S prior to heproceeding. within sity' (60) GIVENdpursuant to a Fi-
Florida RayServices). West 60 feet thence FRONT DOOR OF days aftr t a e Foreclosure dated
North 104.35 feet to the SHALIMAR ANNEX at 01/03/09 WINSe MeuD9Y2 0go o r te
WITNESS my hand and Point of Beginning. 1100AM the 10 W ITNESS MY HANDN
and the seal of this Court thseredinCaseNo.
the seal of this Court this day of Februa 2009 onDecember29,2008. 2007CA-2162-S of the
23rd day of December, has been filed against the allowing described Circuit Court of the FIRST
2008. youin the Circuit Court in pro rty as set forth in Legal # 100473 Judicial Circuit in and for
e First judicial Circuit in s FialJudgment: Don W Howard Jd Cr a
DON W: HOWARD and for Okaloosa IN THE CIRCUIT Clerk of the Circuit Court OKALOOSA County
As Clerk of the Court County, Florida and you LOT 55, BLOCK A COURT OF THE FIRST By:Viki Jackson Florida wherein TAYLOR,
By: Kim Bouhall are required to serve aD N LABROO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Deputy Clerk BEAN AND WHITAKER
As Deputy Clerk copy of your written de- GARDYNS SUBDIVI- AND FOR TION is the Plaintiff and
fenses if any to: SION, ACCORDING OKALOOSA Publish in Crestview TIONs he Plaif
Kahane & Associates, TO THE PLAT COUNTY FLORIDA News Bulletin KARENK BREWERS
P.A. JASON R. MOULTON THEREOF RECORDED CIVIL ACIlON CASE Invoice To: Florida De- CITIBAN N.A. F/K/A
1815 Griffin Road, Suite Attorney for Plaintiff IN PLAT BOOK 5 NO. fault Law Group, P.L. CIIBANK FEDERAL
104 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. PAGE 137 OF THE 2007-CA-2041-S DI- P.O. Box 25018 SAVINGS BANK; a
Dania Beach, FI 33004 Crestview, FI 32536 PUBUC RECORDS OF VISION Tam a, FI6rida the Defendants, Iwill sell
T eIe p h o n e OKA L O O S A 322-5018 to the highest and best
954-92 00 on or beforeJanuar29, COUNTY, FLORIDA WELLS FARGO BANK, F 0 7 0 1 2 2 1 2 bidder for cash at IN
T e I e f a c s i m I e 2009 and file the oriaN- NA, NMNC-FNMA-R-khrt- FRONT OF CLERK'S
954-920-2999 nal with the Clerk of this A/K/A 915 HOL- Plaintiff, maier FRONT DOOR OF
Court at the Okaloosa BROOK CIRCLE FORT **See Americans with SHALIMAR ANNEX at
01/03/09 Couty Courthouse WALTON BEAH, FL vs. Disabilities Act r o t010
01/10/09 Crestview, Florida either 32547 IMPORTANT following escrib
before service on WILLIAM L. the flowing anhescriesth
Plaintiff;s attorney or im- Any erson claiming MCANDREWS, et al, In accordance with the pro0ety.as set forth in
editely thereafter, or an interest in the Defendant(s). Americans with Disabili- said Final Judgment:


Legal # 100471


Call 865-3266 or IN THE CIRCUIT
682-7316 Lic Insured, COURT OF THE FIRST
Owner Brad Overly JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
RECYCLE CASE NO.
08-CA-6926C


TODAY!


KHADER DAOUD,
Plaintiff,


default vill be entered
against you for the relief
in the Complaint or Peti-
tion.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
By:Edna Hoke
01/03/08
01/10/08
01/17/09
01/24/09


surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 29, 2008.
Don W. Howard


NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
December 29, 2008 and
entered in Case No.
2007-CA-2041-S of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,


ties Act, persons witn 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, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceedin or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497


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PLAT AT BLUEWATER
BAY, A SINGLE FAM-
ILY PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT BE-
ING A REPLAY OF
MEDITERRANEAN
VILLAGE AT
BLUEWATER BAY, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 18, PAGE 50
AND SAID REPLAY


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RECORDED IN PLAT Group, L
BOOK 20 PAGE 88, P.O Box 2
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Tampa,
ORDS OF 33622-501
OKALOOSA NMNC-VA-I
COUNTY, FLORIDA. F08091142
**See Ame
A/K/A 1607 MALTA Disabilities
COVE NICEVILLE, FL IMPORTANT
32578
In accordar
Any person claiming Americans
an interest in the ties Act, per
surplus from the abilities nee
sale, if any, other accommoda
than the property ipate in this
owner as of the date should contc
of the Lis Pendens ministration(
must file a claim Lee Boulevar
within sixty (60) view, FL, 3
days after the sale. telephone n
689-5000,
WITNESS MY HAND 7497, prioi
and the seal of this Court ceeding. c
on December 29,-2008. (850)651-7
Don W. Howard IMPORTANT
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson In accordar
Deputy Clerk Americans-
ties Act, per:
Publish in Crestview abilities nee
News Bulletin accommoda
Invoice To: Florida De- ipate in this
fault Law Group, PL. should contc
P.O. Box 25018 ministration
Tampa, Florida Eglin Parkwk
33622-5018 FE, 32579
F 0 7 0 1 3 2,8 1 number (85(
TAYLOR-SPECFHLMC-R-e prior to the
Layska
See Americans with 01/10/09
Disabilities Act 01/17/09
IMPORTANT


In accordance with tl
Americans with Disab
ties Act, persons with d
abilities needing speci
accommodation to part
ipate in this proceedir
should contact Court A,
ministration at 101 Jam
Lee Boulevard East, Cre
view, FL, 32536-351
telephone,number (85
689-5000, Extensil
7497, prior to the pi
Sceeding. or Shalim
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with t
Americans with Disab
ties Act, persons with d
abilities needing spec
accommodation to part
ipate in this proceedii
should contact Court Ac
ministration at 1250 I
Eplin Parkway, Shalimi
F, 32579; telephoi
number (850) 651-749
prior to the proceeding
01/03/09
01/10/09

Legal # 100480
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIR!
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CAS
NO.:
46-2008-CA-00604
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BAN
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS E. ROUAN,
et al,
befendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
ANDREA D. ROUAN
LAST KNOWN A
DRESS:4451 Antio
Road
Crestview,
325365251
CURRENT- ADDRES
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UI
KNOWN PARTII
CLAIMING B
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST T1
HEREIN NAMED II
DIVIDUAL DEFENI
ANT(S) WHO Al
NOT KNOWN TO I
DEAD OR ALIV
WHETHER SAID Ul
KNOWN PARTII
MAY CLAIM AN II
TEREST AS SPOUS
HEIRS DEVISEE
GRAITEES, C
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN A
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRES
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED th
an action to foreclose
mortgage on the folio
in property
OKALOOSA Coun
Florida:
LOT 2 BLOCK
RIVERCHASE PHASE
I ACCORDING T
THE PLAT THEREC
RECORDED IN PL
BOOK 17, PAGE
OF THE PUBLIC RE
ORDS :
OKALOOS
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed agaii
ou and you are require,
fo serve a copy of yc
written defenses, if ar
on or before Februc
19, 2009, on Florida r
fault Law Group, P.
Plaintiff's attorney, whc
address is 9119 Corf
rate Lake Drive Su
300 Tampa, Floril
33634 and file the ori
nal with this Court eitf
before service
Plaintiff's attorney or i
mediately thereafter; c
erwise a default will
entered against you
the relief demanded
the Complaint or pi
tion.
This notice shall be pi
lished once each we
for two consecuti
weeks in the Crestvi,
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand a
the seal of this Court
this 5 day of Janua
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDoanald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Le


i018
Florida
8
R-khartmaier-
2
ericans with
Act
T

nce with the
with Disabili-
sons with dis-
ding special
tion to partic-
s proceeding
act ourt Ad-
at 101 James
*d East, Crest-
32536-3515;
umber (850)
Extension
r to the pro-
or Shalimar
'497
T
ice with the
with Disabili-
sons with dis-
ding special
tion to partic-
s proceeding
ac Court Ad-
at 1250 N.
ay, Shalimar,
Sr telephone
6) 651-7497
proceeding.'


he Legal # 100481
ii- IN CIRCUIT COURT IN
is- AND FOR
ial OKALOOSA
c- COUNTY FLORIDA
n CASE NO:
S 2008-CA-001754-S
s ATLANTIC NATIONAL
5( TRUST,LLC
o a Florida limited liability
company,
r Plaintiff,
vs,
MICHAEL E. COUPE, if
he lvinand if married
I "JAN DOE" COUPE, his
,il" wife, if living, including

" has remarried, and, ifei-
3_ ther or both of said De-
Sfendants are deceased,
their respective unknown
r, heirs, devisees, grantees,
e assignees, creditors
Slienorsand trustees, and
1' all other persons claiming
by through, under, or
against the named De-
fendants; JOHN DOE
--and JANE DOE; and all
Other persons on posses-
sion o subject real prop
ety, whose real names
ST are uncertain,
N Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
E TO: MICHAEL E.
COUPE if living.and, if
8 married, "JANE DOE"
COPUE, his wife, if liv-
ing, including any un-
K, known spouse of said De-
fendants, if either has re-
married, and if said De-
fendants are deceased,
their respective unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees,
JR assignees, creditors
lienors, and trustees, and
other person claiming by,
through,, under, or
against said Defendants-
N and the aforementioned
named Defendants and
such of the aforemen-
tioned unknown Defend-
D- ants as may be infants,
ch incompetents, or other-
wise not sui juris.
at: 304 PALM COURT
YACHT CLUB FORT
S: WALTON BEACH FL
32548 OR 321 BREAM
AVENUE UNIT 304,
N- FORT WALTON BEACH,
ES FL 32548.
, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
i an action to foreclose a
N- mortgage on the follow-
D- ing.property in Okaloosa
RE County, Florida:
BE
E, UNIT 304, PALM YACHT
N- CLUB CONDOMINIUM,
ES A CONDOMINIUM AC-
N- CORDING TO THE DEC-
i, LARATION OF CONDO-
S MINIUM THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 2231
PAGE 1305, OF THE
D- PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, TOGETHER
S: WITH ALL OF ITS APPUR-
TENANCES ACCORD-
ING TO THE DECLARA-
hat TION AND THE CON-
a DOMINIUM ACT.


Property Address: 304
PALM COURT YACHT
CLUB FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32548
has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
to it on CHARLES A. BU.
FORD, ESQUIRE, Plain-
tiffs attorney, whose ad-
dress is P.O. Box 1368,
Clearwater, Florida
33757-1368, on or be-
fore February 2, 2009
and file the orainal with
the Clerk of this Court
wither before service on
the Plaintff's attorney or
immediately thereafter-
otherwise a default will
be entered agaisnt you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
WITESS, as Clerk of the
Circuit of the Court, and
seal of said Court at the
Courthouse at Crestivew,'
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida.
Dat&d December 22,
2008
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Kim Bouhall
Deputy Clerk


01/10/09
01/17/09

Legal# 100482


MINI- STORAGE LO- CRADDOCK; LOCK- dation to participate in
CATED AT 2510 S. ERTISH M. CRADDOCK this proceeding should
FERDON BLVD., CREST- UNITED STATES O no later.than seven 17)
VIEW, FLA, AT 9:00 AMERICA, N.A. are the days prior, contact the
AM. JANUARY 21 Defendants. I will sell to Clerk of the Court's disa-
2009 UNLESS the highest and best bid- ability coordinator at
CHARGES ARE PAID. IN der for cash at Shalimar SHALIMAR ANNEX
FULL BEFORE THE TIME Courthouse Annex, front 1250 N EGLIN PARK-
OF SALE. door, 1250 Eglin Park- WAY SHALIMAR, FL
way Shalimar, FL 32579, 850-651-7497.
WAYNE RADER 32579 at 11:00am on If hearing or voice g i-
Unit #76 1-27-2609 the following paired, contact DD)
described property as set 800955-8771 via Flor-
01/10/09 forth in said Final Judg- ida elay System.
01/14/09 ment, to wit:
ft ALL' THAT CERTAIN 12/27/2008
LAND SITUATE IN 01/03/2008
Legal #100475 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA TO-WIT A ... -
IN THE CIRCUIT PORTION OF THE EAST -- g,
COURT OF THE FIRST 600 FEET OF WEST iL-20
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 066.1 FEET OF THE 1120
AND FOR EAST 2415.5 FEET OF
OKALOOSA THE SOUTH .1/2 OF
COUNTYFLORIDA SECTION 16 LYING NW u
CIVIL ACTION CASE SOUTH OF TH-E RIGHT
NO. OF WAY OF U.S. HIGH- H P
2007-CA-003166-S WAY 98, TOWNSHIP 2 HELP!
DIVISION SOUTH RANGE 25 If you witnessed a
WEST ACCORDING TO rollover accident on Rt
COUNTRYWIDE HOME THE PUBLIC RECORDS 85 N. of Crestview, Fri
LOANS, INC, OF OKALOOSA 12/26 at 4:15pm, I
Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA, DE- need your help. Espe-
S'SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS cially the compassionate
vs. BEGINNING AT THE SE woman who walked with
CORNER OF THE me to calm me down and
JERRY BAKER, etal, AFORESAID PARCEL, the gentleman in the gray
Defendant(s). THEN RUN WEST.A DIS- truck. Please call Lori at
TANCE OF 246 FEET 850 226-6692 or
NOTICE OF RESCHED- THENCE RUN OF THE 218-5941
ULED FORECLOSURE AFORESAID PARCEL,
SALE THEN RUN WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 246 FEET, '
NOTICE IS HEREBY THENCE RUN NORTHA
GIVEN pursuant to an DISTANCE OF 337.5
Order Rescheduling Fore- FEET TO A POINT OF
closure Sale dated De- BEGINNING WHICH IS
cember 29, 2008 and 246 FEET WEST OF THE
entered in Case NO. WEST RIGHT OF WAY
2007-CA-003166-S of LIEN OF A COUNTY ,$&ANIM .
the Circuit Court of the ROAD: THENCE RUN -
FIRST Judicial Circuit in NORTH A DISTANCE OF -P: Free to
and for OKALOOSA 135 FEET TO A POINT Good Home
County. Florida wherein WHICH IS 246 FEET 2120- Pet Supplies
COUNTRYWIDE HOME WEST OF THE WEST 2130 -Farm Animals/
LOANS, INC, is the RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF Supplies
Plaintiff and JERRY A COUNTY ROAD, 2140-Pets/Llveatock
BAKER; AMY HAMMETT; THENCE RUN WEST A Wanted
MORTGAGE ELEC- DISTANCE OF 108 2150- Pat Memorials
TRONIC REGISTRATION FEET- THEN RUN
SYSTEMS, INCORPO- SOUTH ALONG A LINE
RATED AS NOMINEE PARALLEL WITH THE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE WEST RIGHT OF WAY
HOME LOANS, INC. LINE OF SAID ROAD Baby Goats, Pygmy &
are the Defendants, I will 135 FEET, THENCE RUN Nubians taking deposits.
sell to the highest and EAST 108 FEET, MORE some bottle raised
best bidder for cash at OR'LESS ANDBACK TO 850537-8207
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S THE POINT OF BEGINN-
FRONT DOOR OFING ALSO KNOWN AS
SHALIMAR ANNEX at LOTS 34 AND 35 OF
11:00AM on the 10 AN UNRECORDED



LOT 12, BLOCK 14, Any person claiming an
7TH ADITION TO interest in the suplusID:
ELLOTS POINT, AC- from the sale, if any, 3100 -Antiques
CORDING TO THE other than the property 3110 Appliances
PLAT THEREOF, AS owner as of the date of 3120-Arts & Crafts
RECORDED IN PLAT the is pendens must file a 3130- S: Aution

BOOK 2 PAGE 79, claim within 60 days af- 3140 Baby items
OF THE PUBLIC REC- ter the sale. 3160 Buslinssuppl
ORDS OF Equipment
O K A L O O S A DON W. HOWARD 3170-Collectibles
COUNTY, FLORIDA. As clerk of the Court 3180 Computers
R". _L LA .r)-.1 iJ 4innt l..l..1.i


A/K/A 77 Laurie
Drive NorthEast, Fort
Walton Beach, FL
32548
Anyperson claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 30, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 7 02 2 5 9 4
COUNTRYCAL-SPECFHL
MC-R-ejayska
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
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, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT


By: Bern tnC.Lonala
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 17 day of
Dec. 2008.
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than 7(sevenj
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N.
Eglin PKWY Suite Al 14
Shalimar FL 32579. It
hearing impaired con-
tact (TbDD8009558771
via Florida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. At-
torneys for Plaintiff 2901
Stirling Road, Suite 300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312 Tele-
phone: (305)770-410
SFax:(305)653-2329
01/10/2009
01/17/2009

LEGAL#120139
IN THE,CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN.
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No. 08CA652
RBC CENTURA BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA RECZULSKA,
et. al.
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE


In accordanee with the NOTICE IS HEREBY
Americans with Disabili- GIVEN pursuant to an
ties Act, persons with dis- Order or Final Judgment
abilities needing special entered in Case No.
accommodation to partic- 08CA652 of the Circuit
pate in this proceeding Court of the 1st Judi6ial
should contact Court Ad- Circuit in and for
ministration at 1250 N. OKALOOSA Countys
Ealin Parkway, Shalimar, Florida .wherein, RBC
F 32579; telephone CENTURA BANK, Plain-
number (856) 651-7497, tiff and MARIA
prior to the proceeding.- RECZULSKA, et. al., are
Defendants, I will sell to
01/03/09 the highest bidder for
01/10/09 cash iAT THE FRONT
__DOOR OF THE CLERK'S
OFFICE OF THE COURT-
LEGAL #120145 HOUSE ANNEX IN
SHALIMAR Florida, at
IN THE CIRCUIT the hour o 11:00a.m.,
COURT OF THE FIRST on the 20th day of Janu-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ary, 2009, the following
FLORIDA IN AND described property:
FOR OKALOOSA LOT 4 BLOCK B,
COUNTY CASE NO. CALUSA BAY AC-
46-2008-CA-00387 CORDING TO THE
7 PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BANK OF AMERICA, BOOK 18. PAGES 24
N.A. AND 25 OF THE
Plaintiff, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
vs. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
LUTHER CRADDOCK, JR. interest in the surplus
AKA LUTHER, from the sale, if any,
CRADDOCK et. al. other than the pro
Defendants. owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a
NOTICE IS HEREBY claim within 60 days af-
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ter the sale.
nal Judgment of For6clo- DATED this 19 day of
sure dated 12-17-2008, December, 2008.


and entered in Case No.
NOTICE OF SALE FOR 46-2008-CA-003877, of
STORAGE the Circuit Court bf the
HOUSEHOLD GOODS First Judicial Circuit in
BELONGING TO THE and for OKALOOSA
PARTIES NAMED BE-County,.Florida, wherein
LOW AND LISTED BY BANK OF AMERICA
UNIT NUMBER WILL BE N.A is a Plaintiff and
SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE LUTHERCRADDOCK, JR.
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT AKA LUTHER
MINI- STORAGE AT THE


Clerk Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-


3200 Firewood
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r pets. Utilitiesfurnished
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462 Savage St. call
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3br 2ba fenced yard
Smosi appl, hardwood
NEW A floors new carpet beau-
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shed. Pets OK w/appr.
Bldg Const/Skilled Trade $850/mo + $850 DD.
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restview Commercial yard, $750/mo. Pet/
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6160 Roams for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
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6200 Vacation Rentals



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to shopping and schools, $750.
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NEW TUAY
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Eight offices now availa-
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682-0791
Professional Office build-
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to Eg in FCU) Call
621-0046


6110
1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
uiet, gated No pets
$575mb/$550dep, 12
mo lease req.
585-6985
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Now accepting applica-
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4 br 2 ba, 2 cg, FP
1635sf. 3rrs old. 99
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244-3131


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Pets ok. Avail Now.
David 850-826-1662

For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool on 1 acre lot in
Holt area. references
(850)537-8528 or
850499-7412


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Roommate to share for $22K. Call for details
3br 2ba, brick house 850 682-3344
$450mo includes all utils
& cable. Call 689-8978


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850-682-1972


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$450/mo. + $450dep.
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Kenwood
602 Mooney Rd
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ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
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SPORTS

Saturday, January 10, 2009 w w w. crestviewbulletin. com Page 8


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school
wrestling
Crestview at Bay
Tournament, TBA

Monday
High school boys
basketball
Laurel Hill at Gainer,
V 6:30 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
Jay at Baker, JV 6
p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
Paxton at Laurel Hill,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

Tuesday
High school boys
basketball
Ponce de Leon at Baker,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
Escambia at Crestview,
6 p.m., V 7:30 p.m.

High school girls
basketball.
Crestview at Tate,
JV 5 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.

BRIEFS
City of Crestview
baseball/softball
The city of Crestview
Parks and Recreation
baseball and softball
registration will be held
throughout January at
Twin Hills Park, 100 N.
Hathaway St. Leagues
are for youths ages 5 to
15 as of May 1, 2009.
Registration is 8 a.m. to 5
p:m. on weekdays and 8
a.m. to 2 p.m.. today and
Jan. 24. Cost is $60 ($65,
outside city limits). New
registrants should bring a
copy of the child's birth
certificate and proof of
insurance.
The department is
gauging the interest level
for a girls softball league
for ages 13-15. Parents
with girls ages 13-15
who would be interested
in a Crestview Parks and
Recreation softball league
should contact the park.

Hoop-Shoot
The Crestview Elks
Lodge No. 2624 will host
its annual Hoop-Shoot at
Twin Hills Park on Sunday.
The event is free and is
open to all boys and girls
between the ages of 8-13.
Contestants will be
divided by gender and'
placed in three age-group
categories. The top three
finishers in each group
will receive trophies.
The winner from each
group will advance to the
regional competition with
a chance.to go to the state
and national level at no
cost to the child.
Registration opens at
1 p.m. Sunday with the
competition starting at 2
p.m.
For more information,
contactJason MacDonald
at the Crestview Elks Lodge
on Pine Street or call (800)
778-7917, ext. 302.

Laurel Hill Spring
Sports registration
The City of Laurel
Hill's T-ball, baseball and
softball season starts in
March. Registration is
$25. Sign up now at City
Hall or call 652-4441' for
more information.

YMCA Basketball
The Crestview YMCA
is holding basketball and
cheerleading registrations
for boys and girls ages
2-14.
Registration continues
through Jan. 17.
For more information
about playing or how your
business can sponsor a
team contact the YMCA
at 689-2999 or visit the
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson,
Crestview.


S PHOTOS BY KANTY UIL.r>UKN I LrestvIlcw ewsDulleunn
HONING THEIR SKILLS: Crestview High School wrestlers Danny Johnson, left, and Darrell Williams square off
during a recent practice.




Pounding the competition


Crestview wrestlers in

midst of historic season

-Randy Dickson
Crestview News.Bulletin

It has been a good season for the
Crestview wrestling team as the
Dawgs get ready for the stretch run
of their schedule.
The Bulldogs travel to Panama
City today to compete in the Bay tour-
nament. The team then will compete
in a quad meet Jan. 15 at Wewahitch-
ka and host the fourth annual Florida
Panhandle Wrestling Championships
Jan. 17, all the while preparing for the
district meet Feb. 6 at Fort Walton
Beach.
The Bulldogs are on the way to the
best win total in team history, with 13
victories in 19 duals already to their
credit.
The individual accomplishments
are equally impressive.
Five Bulldogs alreadyhave notched
20 wins, with Colin Smith leading the
way with a 23-8 record.
Senior Danny Johnson, wrestling
at 125 pounds, is 21-6 on the year and
needs just three wins to reach 100 for
his career.
Coach Jeff Fowler also can get his
100th career coaching win with one
more victory. He said he's happy with
the way the season has gone.
"Now it's just a matter of the kids
gearing up, getting their weight in
line and getting ready for the run to
the postseason," Fowler said.
Johnson puts the 100-win mile-
stone in perspective.
"It will mean a lot to me, but it
won't mean as much if I don't make
it to state," he said. "It's been a re-
ally good season so far, but I wish we
could have done better at the Wakulla
meet.
"We have six people that have a
good chance of going to state."
Fowler is looking forward to the
competition at Bay and said he thinks
it will give his wrestlers a good look at
what they will face in the district tour-
nament and possibly later down the
road at the region and state levels.
"We've wrestled in that tourna-
ment a few times, but it's always the


same weekend as the Maryland tour-
nament (where the Bulldogs have
competed in the past), so if we don't
go to Maryland, we go there," Fowler
said.
"Anywhere from 15 to 18 teams
might compete. Fort Walton Beach
and Choctaw are going to be there ...
all the teams in our district. So that
will be a good gauge."
Fowler said he doesn't expect to
see Bulldog wrestlers taking on dis-
trict opponents in many bouts but
said those that do take place would
have an impact on seeding in the dis-
trict tournament.
Fowler said he is more pleased
than surprised with his team.
"I just think we have really wres-
tled well," he said. "Cody Swenbeck is
a football player that has come out for
the team and has a winning record.
."Darrell Williams is having a phe-
nomenal season right now. He's a sec-
ond-year kid and has just come on like
gangbusters this year. But we've also
got a lot of kids that are doing what
we expected of them."
Williams said his success has been
somewhat unexpected.
"Last year I was on Jy and this
year I've stepped up," he said. "I've
had a lot of help from the guys on the
team.
"I believe if I learn better tech-
nique, I can go pretty far. I'm going
out to .every match believing I can
win. Having the guys supporting me
and telling me I can do it means a lot
and gets me through a lot."
Joining Smith and Johnson with
20 wins are Williams, Justin Mitchell
and transfer Tanner Vigren.
With wrestling being an "individu-
al team sport," the mainly goal is to ad-
vance as many wrestlers as possible
to the FHSAA state meet.
Smith said he likes Crestview's
chances of taking a large group to
state.
"Really it depends on our draws,
but we have the talent to go to state,"
he said. "We hope we can just keep
wrestling as expected and get a
good seeding. That way we can push
through."

Visit our online Crestview sports
reference page at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


POUND-BY-POUND
BREAKDOWN
The Crestview High
School wrestling team's
top records as of Jan. 8.
112 pounds -
Anthony Walker, 10 wins
(9 ,pins);. Brell Moore, 5
wins (5 pins).
119 pounds Clint
Lukert, 10 wins (5 pins)
125 pounds Danny
Johnson, 21-6 (21 pins),
three wins from' 100
career wins, first at Gulf
Breeze tourney
130 pounds Colin
Smith, 23-8 (16 pins), first
at Cap City tourney, fourth
at Gulf Breeze tourney
135 pounds -'Darrell:
Williams, 21-7 (19 pins)
140 pounds Tanner'
Vigren 21-7, (16 pins),
second at Gulf Breeze
tourney
145 pounds Terrell
Williamson, 13-5 (9
pins), third at Gulf Breeze
tourney
152 pounds Justin
.Mitchell, 20-8 (20 pins),
fifth at Cap City tourney,
second at Gulf Breeze'
-tourney
160 pounds Alex
Shipp, 8 wins (7 pins)
171 pounds Nathan,
Pfrimmer, 16-13'(12 pins),
fourth at Gulf Breeze
tourney
189 pounds Aaron
Dean, 12-7 (10 pins),
fourth at Cap City tourney
215 pounds Trevor
Sauls, 7-1 (6 pins), missed,
time with broken hand but
will be back soon
285 pounds Cody
Swenbeck, 10-4 (8 pins)


Golf tips

from the Pro:

'Snap'out of

a bad habit

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

In this week's Golf Tips
from the Pro, Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching
pro JeffMarks zeroes
in on how to correct a
shot that gives the better
players problems at times:
the hard snap hook.

There are a lot of good
golfers that every once in a
while hit a hard snap hook.
We are going to talk about
how to protect from the snap
hook when you get in the
pressure situation and might
'have a tendency to go left.
For the right-handed
golfer, a snap hook is a shot
that goes violently left. It may
start off right, straight or left,
but once it gets out there, it
turns real hard left.
Very simply, it is caused
by the club face closing
excessively at impact. It could
be a lot of different reasons.
It could be that the
hands are rotating very fast.
It could be the shoulders
are spinning out, which is
usually the culprit. What I
mean by "spinning out" for a
right-hander is the shoulders
violently spinning to the left
in an effort to try and create
speed and distance. Even
tour pros fall victim to that.
You can get a snap hook
from getting in front of the
ball or from hanging back,
too. If I stayed back on my
back hip, it's easy to spin out
and spin the shoulders and
cause the toe of the golf club
to turn over too quick.
.There are a couple of
different things you can go
through to make sure you
don't snap. hook.
No. 1, we take a look
at the grip and make sure
the grip is neutral. What I
mean by that is the "V"you
form between your thumb
and your forefinger on each
hand should point right about
at your back ear. That's a
generality. Everybody's a little
different.
We want to make sure the
club isn't closed at address,
that it's nice and square or
perpendicular to the line of
flight.
What's funny is people
will say if you have a really
strong, grip you will snap
hook. Yet if you want to
prevent a snap hook,, a good
way to do so-is to firm up
the top hand a little bit, and
then on takeaway feel the
club is going straight back.
The reason for that: a lot of
players who hit snap hooks
take the club excessively on
the inside path, which means
your hands over-rotate at
impact.
So we want a slightly firm
top hand. We want to take
the club slightly outside the
target line, or straight back as
we go. And then as we come
back we want to feel as if we
are releasing the body and
the shaft, but not the toe of
the golf club, left (right for a
left-handed golfer).
If everything is going left
(with your setup, swing and
release) the shot is going to
go left too.
A good exercise is to set
up and practice hitting some
shots where your body is
turning through impact, but
the club head is'not slipping.
past your hands.


If you have a golf
question for Jeff
Marks you can e-mail
it to News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com or
mail it to: Randy Dickson,
295 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536.


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