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INSIDE


Meet the Miss
Sweetheart
winners

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Cut 'Footloose'
at CHS

A9


MEET THE CANDIDATES


ELECTION


Crestview Precinct 2 hopefuls share views


Lillie M. Conyers
Election: Crestview City Council,
Precinct 2
Family: Husband, James N. Conyers;
children, Carolyn Calloway-Conyers
Evans, Felicia (Conyers) Gambrel and
James N. Conyers III
Experience relevant,
to city council position:
Current city council
president; was appointed
to Precinct 2 seat in
mid-May 2007', served
as city representative to
Okaloosa County League CONYERS
of Cities and Main Street
Crestview Association; current service on
the Democratic Committee for Okaloosa
County and Northwest Florida Agency on
Aging; prior service on Crestview Board
of Adjustment; member of NAACP, serving
on executive board and as treasurer; poll
worker for Precinct 12.
Other education/experience: Active
in other areas of the community and
numerous organizations within her
church; member of Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Church, where she is the administrative
assistant to the pastor and church boards
and is the president of the local lay
organization; life member of the Women's

See CONYERS A4


CresitiewNcs Bulletin /i.

Twenty days and count ing!
The clock is ticking down toward March 10,
municipal elections day in Crestview and Laurel
Hill.
The Crestview News Bulletin continues its
coverage of local elections today with profiles
of the candidates for the Crestview city council
Precinct 2 seat. Incumbent Lillie Convers and
challenger Tim Grandberry are \.ing to win the
seat.

MEET THE CANDIDATES
Do you have a question for one of the
candidates? We would like to use them during the
News Bulletin's Candidates Forum from 6-8 p.m.
Feb. 24 at the Crestvlew Community Center
The forum is free and open to the public.
Candidates from the Crestview and Laurel
Hill municipal races and representatives from
both sides of the North Okaloosa Fire District
referendum debate have been invited to
participate Candidates will ha-.,e a chance to
meet with voters when they are not on stage.
If you have a question of one of the municipal
elections candidates, send it to us at 682-2246
(fax), or e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletn com. The
forum moderator will use the submitted questions
during the forum.


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EDITORIAL A8
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34th Year Number 14
18 Pages 2 Sections


8th grader district

winner in FFA

competition

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Future Farmers of
America is about much more
than animal husbandry and
planting cycles.
Those unfamiliar with.
the organization's many
programs often are surprised
to learn that the FFA also
emphasizes public speaking
skills.
It's the topic in which
Ashley McLeod, a Laurel Hill
School eighth grader, won
at the district level and will
proceed to state competition
in June in Orlando. ,
"It's a pretty big deal to
me and my family," Ashley
said.
LHS FFA adviser Jerry
Gregory said the FFA offers
several different categories
of competitions, such as
parliamentary procedure and
extemporaneous speaking.
Ashley participated in
prepared public speaking.
"FFA prepares leaders,
and leaders need to be able
to speak in public," Gregory
said.
Ashley is the daughter
of proud parents David and
Rhonda McLeod. She chose
to speak about agricultural
land loss to commercial and
real estate development.
"It is a growing problem
right now," Ashley said. "It
is really going on around my
area, so it is an interesting
topic to me personally."
This is Ashley's second
year participating in FFA


speaking competitions,
Gregory said. Winning the
district competition in her
category is a source of pride.
"It's a big deal for a
middle-schooler," Gregory
said. "This is her first
individual event. She
competed in a team last
year."
. Ashley credits her father
for inspiring her to try her
hand at public speaking.
"My dad brought it up
and said maybe I should
try it out," Ashley said. "It
seemed interesting, and I
like to talk."
Once she became
involved with the FFA's
program, Ashley
discovered the joys of
public speaking. It's
a skill she encourages
other students to
acquire.
"It's a great
opportunity, and it's
broadened my horizons,"
Ashley said. "I've met a lot
of interesting people doing
public speaking. It teaches
people confidence, and it is
something you will need to
be able to do later in life. You
need to be able to speak to
get through job interviews."
Ashley is the first Laurel
Hill School student and the
only one in Okaloosa County
to-win the district competition
and go on to state competition
in the prepared public
speaking category.
"We're all very proud
of her. This is something
she has done on her own,"
Gregory said. "This was done
outside the classroom, with
practically no influence from
me, because I'm no speaker."
Congratulate Ashley
by posting a note at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


JERRY GREGORY I Special to the Crestview News
Bulletin
PUBLIC SPEAKER: Laurel Hill School
eighth grader Ashley McLeod won
the FFA's district public speaking
competition and will advance to
state level in June. She is the only
Okaloosa County student to win the
honor.


Tim Grandberry
Election: Crestview City Council,
!cinct 2
Family: Wife, Pamela; son, Tim Jr. (age
serving in Air Force)
Experience relevant to city council
position: Member of the
city of Crestview General
Employees Retirement
Board; Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
Military Leader of the
Year in 1999; Eglin Federal
Credit Union Appeals
RANDBERRY Board; past president, vice
president and treasurer of
lin Chiefs Group.
Other education/experience: Worked
management 30 years in Air Force;
ociate's degree in management from
University of Maryland; bachelor's
agree in human resources from
Leo University; one class shy of *
ster's degree in human resources;
ith adviser/deacon for Striving For
dfections Ministries.
Reason you are running for city
incil: "I have lived in Crestview for
last 15 years and have observed the
pid growth and new development in the
y. But also I have watched the city lag

See GRANDBERRY A4


Police ready



for their


next move


Department
relocating to former
CitiChurch building

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When Crestview Police De-
partment officers pursued a
bank robber through swamp-
land last fall, many returned to
headquarters muddy and wet.
Where did they go for re-
placement uniforms to finish
their shifts?
To the evidence locker.
When a citizen wishes to dis-
cuss a potentially sensitive mat-
ter with an officer, where must
they meet?
In a busy public lobby shared
'by two departments.
Confidential informants have
to parade through much of the
building before reaching the
Street Crimes Unit's cramped
second-floor offices.
Investigators can't even fit in
the police headquarters and are
housed across the street behind
City Hall.
The need for a bigger, better-
organized police headquarters
has been evident for several
years with a growing communi-
ty's police department currently
jam-packed into the public safe-
ty building on West Woodruff
Avenue.
CPD's Crestview Fire De-
partment neighbors are like-
wise packed into the space next
door.
The city's purchase last
year of the former CitiChurch

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Heather Nitzel
Youthl Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
Delight in stories
and folk tales from Africa
today or Thursday at
Story Time, beginning at
10:15 a.m. Sign-in begins
at 10 a.m. We'll go on a
lion hunt and snap a few
monkeys out of trees!
Make a leopard mask to
wear home! Children age
3 and up (younger siblings
are welcome) also are
invited to join us Feb. 25 or
26 for a Teddy Bear Tea!
Bring your favorite teddy
and six cookies to share.
You may also wear fancy
dress-up clothes if you'd
like. We'll have a beary,
beary good time reading
stories, chanting an action
rhyme and doing a finger
play together.
If you're 12 or older,
play Wii between 2 and 4
p.m. on Fridays!
Let's play! On
Monday or Tuesday,
children under age 3
and their caregivers will


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gather at 10 a.m. to enjoy
stories and songs about
playing! Lap Sit begins at
10:15 a.m. Older children
are also welcome!
Free AARP tax help
continues through April
15, except April 10. Sign-in
is required. People will
be helped on a first-come,
first-served basis. Times
are 2-6 p.m. Monday, 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays, and 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Friday.

STAFF PICKS
"The Little House"


by Virginia Lee Burton
(E Bur). A cozy country
home passes through
the seasons, becomes
engulfed by urban sprawl
and is subsequently
restored to a suitably
rural setting.
"The Tale of
Despereaux" by Kate
DiCamillo (J Fic DiC or
J CD Fic DiC). This is
the story of Despereaux
Tilling, a mouse in love
with music, stories and
a princess named Pea. It
is also the story of a rat
called Roscuro, who lives
in darkness but covets a
world filled with light. And
it is the story of Miggery
Sow, a slow-witted
serving girl with a simple,
impossible wish. These


characters are about to
embark on a journey that
will lead them down into
a horrible dungeon, up
into a glittering castle,
and ultimately, into each
other's lives.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask Jean, Lise, Sandra,
Anna, Marie, Senglara,
Tracey, Janice, Audrey,
Sharon or Heather. We will
be happy to assist you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
the Post Office)
Phone: 682-4432
Web: www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.
htm

QUOTE
"He had expected Cook
to kill him. Instead, reader,
she had laughed at him.
And he was surprised how
much her laughter hurt."
- Kate DiCamillo in "The
Tale of Despereaux"


Birth ANNOUNCEMENT


Daughter born


to O'Rourkes


Ryleigh Elizabeth
O'Rourke wras born
Jan. 8, 2009 to Matt and
Lacey O'Rourke. She
weighed 7 pounds, 8
ounces, and, was 20/2


inches long..
Her proud
grandparents are
Monte and Lou
Easterday and Greg
and Lori Hulion.


Obituaries


NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE


Benjamin Bradley
Lewis
Benjamin (Benji)
Bradley Lewis of Crest-
view, formerly of Enter-
prise, Ala., passed away
at his home on Tuesday,
Feb. 10, 2009. He was 29.
Funeral services
were held at 10 a.m. on
Monday, Feb. 16, 2009 at
Searcy Funeral' Home
Chapel with Dr. Billy Joy
officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Meadowlawn
Cemetery with Searcy
Funeral Home direct-
ing. The family received
friends at the funeral
home from 2 to 4 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 15.
Ben and his twin
brother, Judd, were born
Oct. 6, 1979 in Enter-
prise, Ala. They grew up
in Enterprise and gradu-
ated from Enterprise


High School in 1998.
Ben joined the Air
Force in 1999 and sepa-
rated from the service
in 2005. He reached
great success and was
admired by his fellow
soldiers in the Air Force.
He served two tours dur-
ing Operation Enduring
Freedom and Operation
Iraqi Freedom. He was
a great'and loving father
and enjoyed spending
time with his family.
Ben was preceded in
death by his mother, Di-
.ana Lopez Lewis, and
twin brother, Judd Lewis
III.
Surviving are his fi-
ancee, Sarah Harton;
his 3-year-old daughter,
Lauren Lewis; his fa-
ther, Judd Lewis II, En-
terprise; three brothers
and sisters-in-law, Eric
and Cheri Soliz, U.S.


Army, Joseph Soliz and
Laurie Scrivener Soliz,
Norman, Okla., Smokey
and Jennifer Gibson, Bi-
loxi, Miss.; one aunt, Joy
arid Bernie Coll, Vero
Beach; one uncle, Wil-
liam Thysen, Newark,
Del.; nephew, Christo-
pher Soliz; two nieces,
Samantha Soliz and
Emma Gibson.
You may sign the reg-
ister book or send con-
dolences to the family at
www.searcyfuneral.com.

William Duane
DuBois
William Duane Du-
Bois, 70, formerly of
Crestview, died Saturday,
Feb. 14, 2009 in a local
nursing home. He was
.born in Ann Arbor, Mich.,
to Raymond and Verna
'Mae DuBois 'He had'


lived in this area since
1994, moving from Tuc-
son, Ariz.
Survivors include his
daughters, Tina Taylor
of Broadhead, Ky., and
Sylvia McFarland of Eo-
lia, Ky.; brother, James
DuBois of Niceville; sis-
ters Betty Steinibrenner
of Plymouth, Minn., Ja-
net Young of Muskigan,
Mich., Marge Roy of
Pason, Ariz., and Shir-
ley Davis of Northville,
Mich.; two grandchildren
and one great-grandson.
Memorial services
will be conducted at a
later date in Niceville.
Arrangements were
entrusted to Crestview
Memorial Funeral Home.
You may offer condolenc-
es, share memories and
sign the guestbook ,at
www.crestviewmemori-
alfh.com.


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M ark Wagp, \'itc President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
National Bank of Crestview, began his banking career here, as a teller,
26 year' ago. A graduate of Crestview Highi School, Mark has completed
numerous banking courses.and graduated from the University of Florida
Banking S i -chl in 2005. Mark is married and the father of two sons. He is an
avid Eh li tan andJ cin be seen driving around-town in his restored 1949 fire-
engine red Ford ruack. When asked to comment about working at the bank,
he replied, "I enjoy working here and I like the-one on one contact with the
customers. I try to treat each one of them the way I would like to be treated.
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r SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


Thomhave


family augments

scholarship fund

IN MEMORY OF CHRISTIAN: Kalena, B.J. and Karen
Thomhave'(left to right) recently presented a check
for $8,431 to Northwest Florida State College
Foundation Executive Director (retired) Jim Chitwood,
representing the proceeds from the 2008 Christian
Thomhave Golf Tournament held at Foxwood
Country Club in Crestview. The family has conducted
'the annual event since 2003 and now has raised
more than $57,000 for the permanently endowed
Christian Thomhave Scholarships awarded in
memory of their son, who died in an automobile
accident. To date, eight students have received the
Christian Thomhave Scholarship.

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BABY MISS SWEETHEART: Marley Lenczyk
(2nd Alternate); Alana Nicole King (1st
Alternate); Payton Fortner (Winner and
Photogenic)


TINY MISS SWEETHEART: Presley Lenczyk
(Photogenic, not pictured); Theresa
Madison Barrow (2nd Alternate); Asia
Baker (1st Alternate); Corianna Marie
Carpenter (Winner).


TODDLER MISS SWEETHEART: Candace
Chanel Simmons (2nd Alternate and
Photgenic); Eliora Brendamae Miller (1st
Alternate); Eiress Rockwell (Winner)-


Special to the
New Bulletin

The 2009 Crestview
Miss Sweetheart
Pageant was held Jan.
31 at Crestview High
School.
Proceeds benefited
the Ellen Thigpen
Memorial Scholarship
fund.
Photos qofall age
divisions are posted
online at www.
crestviewbuiletin.com

PETITE MISS
SWEETHEART:
Carson Hritz
(Photogenic);
Ryia Stephens
(2nd Alternate,
not pictured);
Victoria Fader
(1st Alternate);
Nicole Alyse
Doody (Winner)







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PHOTOS BY JILL SMITH I Special to the News Bulletin
INFANT MISS SWEETHEART: Lundyn
Masterson (Photogenic; not pictured);
Carina McDonald (2nd Alternate); Jaxlin
Collingwood (1st Alternate); Madilyn
Cruse (Winner).


LITTLE MISS SWEETHEART: Allyson Windham
(2nd Alternate); MacKenzie Watts (1 st
Alternate and Photogenic); Gianna
Donofro (Winner)
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L.
JUNIOR MISS SWEETHEART: Mikela
Thomasson (2nd Alternate); Macey
Danielle Caraway (1 st Alternate); Scarlett
Grace Simmons (Winner & Photogenic)


YOUNG MISS SWEETHEART: Hannah
Rosemae Miller (Photogenic); Brooklyn
Nicholson (2nd Alternate); Samantha
Lee Carver (1st Alternate); Makayla
Hightower-Chapman (Winner).




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The following ad valorem tax exemptions are available to qualifying
properties, individuals, and institutions. To receive an exemption this
tax year, proper application must be made in the Property Appraiser's
Office no later than March 2, 2009.

-Homestead Exemption
- Additional Homestead Exemption for those 65 years of age
and older with a household adjusted gross income of $25,873
or less. Social Security income may not count (call for details)
Widows, widowers, and blind persons exemptions
Exemption for total and permanently disabled persons
Exemption for certain total and permanently disabled veterans
and their surviving spouses
Exemption for disabled veterans with 10 percent or greater
service connected disabilities (also applies to surviving spouses)
Exemption for disabled veterans confined to wheelchairs
Charitable, religious, scientific, and literary exemptions
Historic property exemption
Hospital, nursing home, and homes for special services exemptions
-Nonprofit homes for the aged exemption
Proprietary continuing care facility exemption
Low-Income housing property exemption
Educational property exemption
Labor organization property exemption
Charter school exemption
Community center exemption
Economic development exemption
Not-for-profit sewer and water company property exemption


For additional information, call
the Exemption Department in
Fort.Walton Beach at (850) 651-7240;
or in Crestview at (850) 689-5900;
or visit our Web site at www.okaloosapa.com
Our office makes every effort to insure that property owners
are made aware of all exemptions for which they may qualify.
Again, as stated above, in order to receive the exemptions this
year, applications must be filed in our office by the
March 2, 2009 statutory deadline. 2m0


Pete Smith, CFA
Okaloosa County
Property Appraiser


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Local


Wednesday, February 18, 2009


building on the corner of Still-
well Boulevard and Industrial
Drive presented an unex-
pected but fortuitous opportu-'
nity to alleviate both agencies'
crowded conditions.
Working from a preliminary
design by Lt. Jamie Grant, the
head of CPD Criminal Investi-
gations, the police department
petitioned the city for some of
the space in the cavernous for-
mer industrial building.
"With the volume of'people
coming to Crestview from Fort
Bragg and the Striker group,
we'll have a facility to handle
it," said Maj. Richard Long,
CPD commander of opera-
tions, as he inspected progress
recently at the new headquar-
ters. "It's better to plan now for
later growth."
The new headquarters 'will
almost double the police de-
partment's current space. It
'.will provide needed facilities
such as interview rpoms, sepa-
rate entrances for police and
administrative staff as well as
for the public, a secure holding
cell and suites for the Street
Crimes and Investigations de-
partments.
The headquarters also will
have a spacious, securable evi-
dence locker with an adjacent
drive-in bay, .,where suspect
'vehicles, can be methodically
searched and documented. Of-
ficers will have locker rooms,
showers and bathrooms.


Special to the News Bulletin

The students in
Teri Boxberger's third
grade class at Walker
Elementary School
recently created solar
cookers to prepare
themselves a feast of hot
dogs and marshmallows.
Using pizza boxes,
the class cut out a
hinged top section and
created a reflective
surface using aluminum


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FUTURE HOME: Crestview Police 'Dept. Maj. Richard Long
points out rooms in the future CPD facility.


And yes, there will even be a
large, access-controlled store-
room with space for fresh uni-
forms..
"We'll be way ahead of
where we are now," Long said.
"I'm very anxious to see the fi-
nal product."
Construction of the new fa-
cilities is being accomplished
by city staff, who do the profes-
sional work such as plumbing
and electrical at the new police,
headquarters after they have
finished their daily primary du-
ties.
Trustees' from the Okaloosa
Correctional Institute are do-
ing the carpentry By utilizing
city workers and trustee labor,.
local taxpayers are saving sub-


stantial expense on the con-
version of the formerly empty
space.
"This project wouldn't be
possible without OCI," Long:
said. "The warden has really
been a lifesaver for us, finding
the right creW with the right
skills."
Supplies come from local
stores, including the forest of
pine studs that currently de-
fine the various spaces within
the office.
"It stimulates the economy
right here in Crestview," Long
said.
As much as the Crestview
Fire Department supports its
police neighbors, it is just as
excited about the CPD's move


foil. A plastic window
was formed to protect
the food.
In the bottom of the
box was another layer
of foil covered with
black paper to absorb
the heat. After about
two hours of baking, the
meal was ready to eat!
The class next
plans to try new menu
selections such as
pizza cooked with solar
energy.


to Old Spanish Trail Park. It will
free up space for firefighters.
"We're going to miss 'em,
but we're excited to see 'em
go," said Crestview Fire Chief
Joe Traylor. "What it'll.do for
us, it will allow us to organize
our supplies and, equipment.
When they move out of their.
evidence room, we'll retain
that for a supply room,"
Documents that must be
quickly consulted in the event
of a fire, such as floor plans of
public buildings, will be better
organized, Traylor said. Uni-
forms and fire-protective cloth-
ing w6n't be in boxes in a shed.
Living arrangements for
on-duty firefighters also will be
improved.
"We'll be able to expand
our bunk rooms," Traylor Said.
I t'll give the guys little better
sleeping quarters."
The police department will
maintain a small office in the
building so citizens from the"
neighborhood still can meet
with officers in person.
"It's a win-win for every-
body," Traylor said. "It gives
everybody the room they need,
and the public doesn't lose any
level of service."
Best of all, when officers,
next pursue a bad guy through
'a swamp, they wop't have' to
borrow a neighbor's garden
hose to clean up, nor tromp
through the evidence locker to
find clean duds.


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CONYERS

from page Al
Missionary Society.
Reason you are running for
city council: "I want to be able
to contribute something to the
people and be able to stand up for
the people. Since not everyone can
speak for themselves, someone
needs to speak for them. I feel can
best serve them by being on the city
council. That way they have a voice,
and I will speak for them."
Biggest issues the council
faces and what you will do about
them: "1) I would like to find new
ways to develop programs for
youths and senior citizens because
that's where my heart lies; 2) I
want to rork with the city council
to improve the planning process for
long-term growth for the city. We
will be growing more than what we
have grown. We need to be able to
manage the industry that comes
here. 3) I want to encourage a
greener Crestview. There is a lot to
it, but I don't think we have gotten
into all we can do."


GRANDBERRY

from page Al
behind in areas that should have
been considered years ago. We heed
forward-thinking, decision-making
officials that are planning ahead
for the future of Crestview and its
people. With the upcoming election,
we have the opportunity to choose
new leadership that is prepared to
.lead the city into an exciting and
challenging future. I think I am the
one best suited to accomplish this
for the city of Crestview."
Biggest issues the council
faces and what you will do about
them: "1) Aggressively work to
help resolve or alleviate the traffic
congestion on State Road 85; 2)
Address tomorrow's needs today,
for issues such as the FAMU school
andthe 7th Special Forces and their
families; 3) Work with community
and city officials to improve and
locate additional facilities for our
youth. We need facilities for our
youths who don't play sports but
need a place to go; 4) Implement
long-range strategic plans today for
tomorrow's heeds.


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


POLICE from page Al






SWednesday, February 18,


2009


Education


Crestview News Bulletin 1 AS


TEACHERS STAY BUSY ON EARLY RELEASE DAY
LEARNING NEVER STOPS: Early
release Wednesdays at Antioch
Elementary School allow teachers
to continue their own education.
Science was the name of the
game this month. Teachers
explored learning opportunities
shared by their peers and in turn
will implement these experiments
in the classroom with inquisitive
Aviators.,


Collegiate HONORS


Amy C. Reid
Amy Reid of
Crestview, made the
Merit List at Darton
College in Albany, Ga.,
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on the fall semester
Dean's List at University
of Central Missouri by
achieving a grade point
average from 3.5 to 3.99.


ior Lfe fall 2008 semester.
She qualified by being Roldan Milian
a part-time student and Roldan Milian of
earning a 3.4 or higher Crestview earned fall
grade point average. Dean's List honors at
Southwestern College in
Winfield, Kan.
Amanda Knouse ull-time students
Amanda Knouse of who earned grade point
Crestview earned a place averages of at least 3.70


(4.0 equals an A) were
eligible for the honor.

Jennifer Plummer
Columbia University
at Columbia, Mo., has
listed Jennifer Plummer
of Crestview among its
Dean's List students.,
A Dean's List student
must have completed
12 semester hours and
achieved a grade point
average of 3.5 or greater
on a four-point scale.


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ELEMENTARY
HONOR
STUDENTS

A Honor Roll
First Grade: Devan
Akins, Jackson Ayscue,
Ashley Baggett, Abrial
Currie, Winter Cutter,
Bethenie Dasinger,
Ariel Jagielski, Abigail
Layton, Elijah Lennard,
Mike Lentini, Christina
Matherne, Lindsey Mayo,
Hayleigh McMillian,
Celeste McRae, Emily
Nelson, Gavin Ogden,
Meghan Saueressig, Trace
Sears, Alyssa Siglock,
Joseph Simmet, Emilio
Skanes, Daylin Spencer,
Julia Stewart, Sarah Thai,
Alexxis Wickliffe.
Second Grade: JR
Brandenburg, Logan
Bollinger, Lauren
Redding, Jayson Riego,
Julianna Roberts,
Honglien Tran, Shaleea
Watson.
Third Grade: Drew
Anderson, Kayla Baggett,
Colin Esmonde, Alyssa
Franks, Jacob Johns,
Collin Jones, Malayna
Stringer, Rebecca Teboe,
Nickolas Walters, Katelyn
Wynn and Abbey Young.
Fourth Grade: Tyler
Angermuller and Trevor
Bryant.

A-B Honor Roll
First Grade: Brianna
Belter, Noah Cavalli,
Jolei Cintron, Tanjian
Cobb, Tiyanna Cobbs,
Austin Conn, Brecken
DeZalia, Leila Downs,
Andrew Fenoff, Alyvia
Franks, Aalaysiah Gage,
Kevin Garrett, Dalton
Grice, Treyrik Head,
Peerless Hickey, Kaleb
Johns, Amber Jones,
Trey Kolmetz, Anastasia
Lee, Sharon Mills, Dayon
Nichols, Mya Owens,
Zachary Rayburn, Wayne
Royster, Morgan Shaw
and David Wing. .
Second Grade: Skyar


Adams, James Archer,
Sabreena Bentley, Kelly
Castleberry, Gracie
Crawford, Sanantha
Deskin, Eve Fleischer, Zoe
Fleischer, Noah Frank,
Katelyn Franklin, Hal6
Hall, Davina Hay, Hayden
Krajacic, La'Nyaha
Rogan, Julia Sanders,
Anthony Sylverain and
Jordan Yarbrough.
Third Grade: Brianna
Bounds, Mellanie
Brannon, Michaela Cain,
Jorge Carballo, Peyton'
Cole, Samantha Cooke,
Malik Davis, Jordan
Disney, Irving Donaldson,
Victoria Drake, Aleah
Duran, Desera Emerson,
Ethan Garrett, Jonathan
Glisson, Simone Graham,
Benita Harrison, Sydney,
Herrin, Aaron Jagielski,
Nicole Kiser, Kaleb
Kolmetz, Jalen Massey,
Brooke McMillian,
Ashley Mitchell, Hunter
Nichols, Anya Owens,
Taylor Pleimann, Makayla
Robbins, Justin-Sanders,
Hunter Sauerbrey,
Christopher Smith,
Emily Summers, Patricia
Wisenbaker, Justice
Woods and Elijah Wright.
Fourth Grade: Lauren
Bailey, James Camp, Katie


Castleberry, Tiffany Colby,
Jermisha Cooper, Ashanti
Davis, Jacob Dennis,
Dylan Edmondson,
Ashley Fischman, Colton
Gafford, Sean Gallina,
Natalie Goodwin, Fallyn
Kastner, Tyler Knights,
Kititad Lamung Kun,
Tristan Lennard,
Mileiska Martinez, Mason
McDaniel, Brandie
McMasters, Tamia Parker,
Kevin Pham, Cameron
Rudolph, Caroline
Sanders, David Siglock,
Eva Stetler.
Fifth Grade: Bayne
Burgess, Ivie Donaldson,
Jordan Ducharme,
Alex Fife, Faith Fudge,
Jovontae Griffin,
Breanna Guthrie, Chris
Hamm, Kyle Jagielski,
Teyontae Johnson, Anna
Klemkosky, Tierra Mays,
Shea McNally, Bryce
Miller, Andres Molina,
Rean Montesclaros,
Chase Patrick, Alexandria
Ramos, Kaream Reid,
Jamie Reigo, Katie
Saueressig, Luke Shetler,
Kayla Simmons, Dereck
Smith, Tyler Stanley,
Nicole Toliver, Justice
White, Shelby Wilson,
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Cancer survivors honored



at ice cream social


es this past Thursday at Bob Sikes Elementary
School in Crestview. The event is in support of the
American Cancer Society's 2009 Relay for Life.
See more photos from the- evening at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
HELPING HANDS: Members of the Crestview High School Juniorettes served and coordinated
games and prizes during an ice cream social honoring cancer survivors and caregivers at Bob
Sikes Elementary School.


SWEET TREAT:
5-year-old
Selena Davis
.and her
grandmother
Joyce Gower
.of Crestview
wait in line for
their ice cream
sundaes.


BINGO!: CHS Juniorettes Ashley Kirkland and Arielle Mackenchee
team up to call bingo during the ice cr6am social.


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Police BLOTTER


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More interesting tales
from local law enforcement
'reports.

Mommie dearest
A 61-year-old Crestview
momma was trotted off to
the hoosegow after taking
a couple swings at her
daughter, who was four
months pregnant. The two
had been arguing over how
badly Mum had treated the
daughter and her brother
when they were kids.
In her defense,
according to her arrest
report, Mum "stated
she only swung at her
daughter once only after
she called her several
vulgar names."
Spare the rod, spoil the
child...

Keep it under
your hat
A 29-year-old Walton
County man was arrested
when Crestview police
officers driving down the
street found the man's
1999 pick-up truck totally
blocking West Railroad
Avenue. The man moved
his truck only after one
officer had to activate his
lights and siren.
With the man's consent,
one officer searched his
truck while the other
officer searched the
defendant. When asked if
he had anything under his
baseball cap, he told the
officer, "no."
But when he pulled


off his cap, the officer
"observed a plastic baggie
fall from inside of his hat
onto the ground."
When the officer picked
up the baggie, which
contained "a semi-solid
white substance," the
man declared, "That's not
mine."
He was arrested
for possession of crack
cocaine. Or rather,
someone else's crack
cocaine, apparently.

I'm not who I am
Recognizing the
operator of Van driving
through town as a person
known not to have a
license, a Crestview
-policeman pulled him over.
Although he had
encountered the officer
before, the 33-year-old
Crestview man gave
the policeman a false
name and birth date.
Asked for his license and
registration, the man said
he didn't have it with him
and vehicle belonged to a
friend.
Asked why he was lying,
the man replied "he was
scared because if he was
caught driving again, he
would go to prison."
He was so right.
In addition to being
arrested for obstruction
by disguise, the man
also earned charges of
possession of a controlled
substance when a search
of the van yielded Xanax
pills.
A check of the man's
record revealed his license
has been suspended six
times.


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Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web
site.

Topic: Crestview Police Department releases
2008 data.
Law enforcement did it again! Spent more money,
bought larger, more expensive vehicles, put more of-
ficers on the payroll and still managed to allow crime
to rise on average. Good going. Maybe next year the
taxpayers of this city can spend even more and get
even less.

I would like to see what the calls per officer is (num-'
ber of calls divided by officers per year). I think this
would be the biggest indicator to justify the number of
hirings and budget.

Topic: Four Crestview High School thespians re-
ceive all-state honors
Way to go guys! It is wonderful to see the arts not
only flourishing, but getting some emphasis in our lo-
cal paper. Time was only the jocks got any glory in the
paper. The arts are just as important to the quality of
our community.

I agree, these kids are fantastic! The Mrs. and I re-
ally enjoyed the "Indians" show they did last fall.

Topic: The News Bulletin examines how the na-
tionwide economic recession has or hasn't af-
fected the north county.
(County Commissioner) Wayne Harris, I voted for
you. Please work on getting a Super Target built, as
well as a.Costco. A Chili's and IHOP would be nice too.
Call them up, offer them incentives, make it happen.
Seriously!

Topic: News Bulletin reporter Brian Hughes says
Crestview has the ingredients in place for a thriving
downtown shopping area and cites Fairhope, Ala.,
as an example for Crestview to follow.
If Crestview's downtown hopes to be as successful
as Fairhope's downtown it will have some work to do.
As a current Crestview resident who lived in Fairhope,
I have spent time shopping in both areas. I have en-
countered some great shop owners here in Crestview,
but there are so many who don't seemto understand
that you have to have hours of operation that make
sense to the community ... and ADA-required 3 feet
clearances around all store fixtures. I can easily take
my baby and stroller or my mother in her wheelchair
anywhere in Fairhope, but I can only access about
20 percent of downtown Crestview. I'd love to see the
Crestview Chamber of Commerce offer more services
to the local business to help strengthen the downtown.

Topic: Speed limit raised on portions of State
Road 85 near the Northwest Florida Regional Air-
port.
Poor cops. This was one of their favorite speed
traps.

Poor cops? Poor kids! Bad move, exactly like the
bailout plan. Wrong-headed decision! We need to slow
people down in Okaloosa County, not speed them up.

Poor kids? What are kids doing on the four-lane
highway in front of the airport anyway? Raising the
speed limit is just a smart move to bring that stretch of
highway into line with the speed on either side of it. If
you don't want to do the limit, it's all right if you putter
along. Just stay out of the passing lane, please!

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
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Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"The quickest way to end a miracle
is to ask it why it is."


HUME CRONYN
(1911 -2003)
Canadian stage and screen actor in
",*batteries not included"


PASSING SHOTS



Polls impact forum format


In the spirit of President's
Day week, and with a munici-
pal election around the corner,
let's review some of the latest r.
results from the online reader L "
polls at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.

Question: Which of the
local elections scheduled for, WI
March 10 most interests you?
Result: Eleven of 33 readers (93
percent) said the North Okaloosa Fire
District's third attempt to ask voters
to approve a fire tax increase most .
interested them. Six readers (18 per-
cent) expressed no interest in any of
the contests. The rest of the 16 votes
(12 percent apiece) were split evenly
across the four Crestview and Laurel
Hill elections.
Analysis: This result was a big
reason why representatives from the
NOFD and the Citizens Against More
Taxes Committee were invited to
make presentations at the Crestview


News Bulletin's Candidates
Forum scheduled for Feb. 24
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Crest-
view Community Center.


.-V '! Question: Have recent
4 tragedies on local roads af-
fected your attitude toward
B[YLE seat belt use?
RIGHT Result: Four readers say
they now buckle up all of the
time in light.of recent deaths on lo-
cal roads. The other 37 readers (90
percent) who voted in the poll said
they already buckled up all of the time.
Thankfully, no one responded "No, I
don't need to buckle up."
Analysis: Only about 75 percent of
people nationwide buckle up regularly,
so we perhaps should conclude people
who wear their seat belts are more
likely to vote in online newspaper
polls.

Visit www.crestvieiwbulletin.com
to vote in this week's poll.


CANDIDATES FORUM
What questions would
you like the candidates in the
2009 municipal elections to
answer? Send your questions
to kylew@crestviewbulletin.
corn, or post your questions
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com. We'll, incorporate your
responses in our municipal
election previews and in a
candidates forum scheduled
for Feb. 24 at the Crestview
Community Center.


Guest COMMENTARY



ECAR endorses Wells, Baugh


Editor's note:
The Emerald Coast
Association of Realtors
submitted this press
release to the Crestview
News Bulletin.

The Emerald Coast
Association of Realtors
is recommending the
election of:
Chip Wells to the
office of Crestview City
Council, Precinct 1


Charles Baugh, Jr. to
the office of Crestview City
Council, Precinct 3
Robert Nabors to the
office of Fort Walton Beach
City Council, Seat 5
Lewis Jennings to the
office of Fort Walton Beach
City Council, Seat 6
Kabe Woods to the
office of Fort Walton Beach
City Council, Seat 7

A special screening


panel of the Emerald /
Coast Association of
Realtors conducted
interviews with candidates
and concluded, following
extensive questioning, that
these candidates were
best qualified for their
prospective positions.
Candidates seeking
election to various offices
were interviewed during
the selection process
and answered questions


related to real estate.
The Emerald
Coast Association of
Realtors currently has
a membership of nearly
2,500 Realtors and
affiliates. Interviews
with the candidates were
designed primarily to
provide the association
with the information as to
which of the candidates
seeking election were the
best qualified for the post.


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Letter to the EDITOR


Dear Editor:
Here we are again.
I've read many of the
articles,,in addition to the
Charter and the Statutes,
regarding the North
Okaloosa Fire District
(NOFD) tax increase
through the first two
votes on the subject.
During the first go
'round we were told to
vote for a tax that was
"fair". Now we are told
that the NOFD has not


gotten an increase in 10
years. Something doesn't
sound right.
I went back and looked
at our records. Here's
what I found.

Tax Year NOFD
Assessment
1998 44.96
1999 75.00
2000 75.00
2001 75.75
2002 75.75
2003 75.75


2004-78.02
2005 78.02
2006-82.13
2007 84.59
2008-90.57

I'm not sure about the
"fairness" issue. What I
am sure about, though, is
the "increase" issue.
Since 1998 (the last
10 years) the NOFD has
received an increase
of over 100 percent. In
addition, the number of


property parcels having
the tax
assessed against them
has doubled. That sounds
like an increase of
revenue in both quantity
and quality.
Learn the facts,
then go to the poll and
vote "no" on the big 142
percent tax increase on
March 10.

Dan Bowers Jr
Crestview


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Forrest Jenkins:



Crestview's



leading man

Brian Hughes
Arts and Entertainment Editor

It's a tribute to Forrest Jenkins' attitude that
when I told him I wanted to do this story, he
immediately said, "It's not just about me. We're a
team up there on the stage."
The Crestview High School senior plays the lead
role of Ren McCormack in the drama program's
upcoming production of the Broadway musical
"Footloose." (See related story.)
"I've always been interested in performing
and entertaining," Jenkins said. "Before I did
'Oklahoma!,' I wasn't sure what I was going to do."
Forrest, the son Susan and Randall Jenkins,
began performing as a band member in the Big Red
Machine. A leg injury doomed his marching band
career, but opened up new opportunities on the
stage.
Last spring Jenkins auditioned and was cast as
Curly, the lead in "Oklahoma!," therevived CHS
drama program's first musical theatre production.
Last fall he was cast as Dr. Armstrong in the Agatha
Christie mystery "Ten Little Indians" at CHS.
It had been many years since Shirley Cadle,
Crestview High's former vocal and drama instructor,
retired. When she left, the drama program also
ended.
When it was revived last year, theatre, under new
drama teacher Joe Hernandez, was a new discipline
for current CHS students.
"After my experience with 'Oklahoma!,' I knew I
found my niche," Jenkins said. "I always wanted to
be a performer. And 'Ten Little Indians' reinforced
that drive."
Performing in "Oklahoma!," Jenkins also
discovered something else about himself:
He could sing.
He tried out for the celebrated Crestview High
School chorus and was accepted. He rnow sings in the
chorus' elite Chanticleer group.
As he continues to nurture his previously ,
hidden performing arts talents in the demanding
role of Ren McCormack, Jenkins depends on the
patient guidance of Hernandez and his professional
directorial staff.
"This is becoming a stronger.and stronger
program," Jenkins said of the CHS drama
department. "We've got a lot of freshmen who have
come in to help build the program."
The excitement over "Footloose," a large scale,
energetic production, coming up in April was almost
a distraction while Jenkins tackled his role in last
fall's non-musicalmurder mystery.
"I almost couldn't get past 'Ten Little Indians',"
Jenkins said, "but if I didn't do 'Ten Little Indians,' I
wouldn't be prepared for this show. That's all due to
Mr. Hernandez."
With a cast of 45 performers, including 15 leads,
Jenkins is quick to point out "Footloose" is definitely
a team effort.
"There's such a family atmosphere in this
theatre," he said, noting the "Footloose" east
includes most of the cast of "Oklahoma!".
"It's a team effort. If someone feels down toward.
another cast member, it affects the show. We support
each other.". *
In a few months Forrest Jenkins will have another
appearance before a Crestview High audience:
His graduation. He has applied and auditioned
for admission to theatre programs at several
schools, including the University of Central Florida,'
Mississippi College and the University of Southern
Mississippi.
Now that he's found his niche and been bitten
by the performance bug, Jenkins looks forward to a
lifetime of entertaining people.
"Bringing a smile to people and watching people
feel what happens on stage, connecting with people;
that's great," he said. "It's a whole different thrill.
Some people have to do drugs. I have performing."

S I WAITING FOR
HIS CUE: During
a recent
i rehearsal,
As Forrest Jenkins
observes other
"Footloose" cast
.members as
they finish'the
opening number
following his'

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'EVERYBODY CUT FOOTLOOSE!': During a recent after-school rehearsal, cast members work on the opening
number of "Footloose" with choreographer Wendy Justice (left).


Get ready to



Drama program announces Broadway musiCHSal

Drama program nnounces Broadwaymusical


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
If you don't believe "Footloose,"
the Broadway musical opening in
April at Crestview High School, is
one of the biggest musicals the CHS
drama program has ever produced,
just count the student talent in the
opening number.
All 45 cast members will be on
the Pearl Tyner Auditorium stage at
once.
"I had 48 kids audition and
I cast 45," said drama teacher
Joe Hernandez, a member of the
Bulldogs Class of '00. "It will be one
of the biggest shows ever to go on at:
Crestview High School."
The "Footloose" tale of a big city
kid who transfers to a small town
high school is a familiar story and
one that might resonate with some
cast and audience members alike..
It's also an exuberant celebration
of teen life and of the struggle to
maintain one's individual identity
while fitting into a new culture and
crowd.
Forrest Jenkins, a familiar face
on the CHS stage, plays the lead,
Ren McCormack, a role originated
in the 1984 Herbert Ross movie by
Kevin Bacon and on Broadway by
Jeremy Kushnier in the 1998 stage
adaptation. .
"I remember watching 'Footloose'
with my parents and cousins and
was amazed at the energy and
dancing," Jenkins said "I thought,
how are they going to put all this
stuff on stage?"
Fortunately, Hernandez isn't


the only stage veteran guiding the
young thespians through their often
exhausting paces. He enlists the
help of fellow experienced theatre
professionals.
,Musical director Maeghan.
Hernandez, Joe's wife, and
choreographer Wendy Justice,
a dance instructor at Northwest
Florida State College, share their
expertise by instructing the cast in
their singing and dance moves every
afternoon except Fridays.
Joe Hernandez is enthused about
his cast.
"Forrest is going to do a great
job," Hernandez said. "I know he
is. It's a completely different role
than Curly, the role he played in
'Oklahoma!' last spring."
Amanda Pack, who joined
Forrest in the CHS cast of "Ten
Little Indians'' last fall, plays Ariel.
"She's just wonderful,"
Hernandez said.
Familiar names such as Jarick
Rivers, Jason Porrata, Morgan
Teel, Zach Hillard and 39 other
exceptional singers and hoofers
round out the cast.
"Footloose" will be set firmly
in its original 1980s time frame,
Hernandez assured.
"I want to go with the 'Footloose'
1980s look," he said. "Some people
update it. I wanted to take it in a
different direction.'
With a familiar story, catchy
songs including the title, "Let's Hear
It for the Boy" and "Holding Out for
a Hero," and so much CHS talent,
as the song goes, you'll "lose your
blues; everybody cut Footloose!"


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Ren McCormack Forrest
Jenkins
Ethel McCormack Morgan
Teel
Reverend Shaw Moore -
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Vi Moore Mariah Holland
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News BRIEFS


Woodworking shop
'total loss' after fire
Flames ripped through
lumber early Saturday in a"
monster fire at a woodwork-
ing shop south of town, and
by the afternoon, nothing
was left.
"This is probably our
biggest commercial fire
that we've had," said North
Okaloosa Fire Chief Ed
Cutler. It had, in his words,
"an extremely heavy "fire
load" to burn.
"There was so much
destruction that we called
the fire marshal, and it
was hard to piece the exact
cause," he said.
Thunderstorms were
rolling through Crestview
when the fire started,
sometime around, 1 a.m.
at Hughes Woodworks on
Live Oak Church Road. It.
may have been sparked by
a lightning strike.
The flames grew quick-
ly, chewing through more
than 6,000 square feet of
lumber, equipment, cans of
finish and old wood pilings
from the original Shoal Riv-


RON HART I Special to the News Bulletin
HUGHES WOODWORKS FIRE: It took two hours to control
the fire-that. destroyed Hughes Woodworks in the
south part of Crestview..


er Bridge.
When firefighters ar-
rived, "it'd been going long
enough for the whole thing
to collapse," Cutler said of
the roof. There was no hope
for the building, but fire-
fighters from North Okaloo-
sa, Crestview, Dorcas, Bak-
er and Holt kept the flames
from spreading to another
business to the north and a
home to the south.


After about two hours, it
was under control. But the
entire effort took some 13'
hours, as firefighters raked
through the ruins.
"With all the tin that
collapsed in, to get to the
base of the fire we had to
go in and remove it," Cut-
ler said. "That's what takes
the longest."
One firefighter dislocat-
ed his shoulder during the


effort, but popped it back in
before he went home. No
one else was hurt.
Cutler estimated dam-
ages at $750,000, a total
loss.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

City streets resurfacing.
project begins
Work on the city of
Crestview's asphalt resur-
facing project for the 2008-
09 fiscal year begins today.
Work will begin on these
streets:
6th Avenue from Dixie
Street to Alabama Street-
Adams Street from
Lloyd Street to 200 feet of
West Ridge Lake Road
Two stretches of Ridge
Lake Road
The city of Crestview
Public Services Depart-
ment asks drivers to an-
ticipate delays in these ar-
eas and apologizes for any
inconvenience that may be
incurred because of -the
construction.
Crestview News
Bulletin


CPD releases
2008 data
The Crestview Police
Department has released
its statistics from 2008.
You can view the com-
plete report at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.
"Every departmentwith-
in city government must
utilize statistics and data
in order to determine our
strengths and weaknesses
and provide more efficient
service," Crestview Mayor
David Cadle said in his
"Message From the May-
or" in the Feb. 11 edition of
the Crestview News Bul-
letin. "The annual reports
for 2008 from our police and
fire departments have re-
cently been compiled, and
some amazing statistics
have sui'faced.
"Congratulations to the
city of Crestview Public
Safety Department for the
improvements being made
and the increased profes-
sional training -standards
in place for police officers
and firefighters."
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The man known as the
Air Force Armament Mu-
seum's first curator and
director died Feb. 6.
Russ Sneddon took over
the museum in the mid-
1980s and ran it until he
retired in the fall of 2007.
Sneddon, who was 74, died
of complications from che-
motherapy.
Sneddon moved the col-
lection from the museum's
location on Eglin Air Force
Base to its current site just
outside the gates and ex-
panded it greatly.
Current museum di-
rector George Jones said
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for acquiring about 75 per-
cent of the museum's col-
lection.
Sneddon lived in Baker,
where he was a volunteer
for the Baker Block Mu-
seum. He also helped form
the Panhandle Historic
Preservation Alliance.
He had five children.
He was buried in Utah
on Saturday.
Wendy Victora / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Child porn found
on lost cell phone
State authorities have
arrested a man after his
cell phone turned up at the
Shoal River Middle School
construction site and police
found child porn on it.
Edward McGraw, 38,
told investigators someone
stole the phone a day be-
fore it was found. The only
pictures he knew about
were pictures of his son, he
said.
McGraw, of Anne Circle
in Pensacola, was charged
Tuesday with, felony pos-
session of child porn, ac-
cording to an arrest report
from the Office of the Attor-
ney General.
Police found McGraw
workingconstruction at the
school. He said the phone
was his but that he had "no
idea about those pictures"
and only knew about some
stored images of his 2-year-
old boy.
Investigators said there
were five pornographic im-
ages of young girls, four of
them with adult men. The
images appeared to be
from a computer monitor,
taken 'using the phone's
built-in camera.
McGraw said his phone
had been stolen from his
truck a day before it was
found, and he'd reported
the theft to the man who
eventually found it.
McGraw was scheduled
to appear'in court March
17.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Daily News launches
military Web page
The Crestview News
Bulletin and its Florida
Freedom sister newspa-
per the Northwest Florida
Daily News long have had a
close relationship with the
armed forces.
That relationship will
become more tightly knit
with the launch of a new
military Web page at nwf-
dailynews.com.
At nwfmilitary.com, you
will find news, photo galler-
ies and videos about mili-
tary installations in North-
west Florida and beyond.
All branches of service
- Air Force, Navy, Army,
Marines and Coast Guard
- are represented on the
site. The page also includes
breaking news from Iraq
and Afghanistan.
Information from vari-
ous military news ser-
vices also is available on
the page. And visitors can
find news from the mili-
tary publications the Daily
News publishes The Eg-
lin Dispatch and Hurlburt
Warrior. The site includes
digital versions of those


publications.
To visit the new military
page, go directly to nwfmili-
tary.com, or you can find it
via nwfdailynews.com.
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SECOND


Wednesday, February 18, 2009


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High School boys
basketball
Class 2A region
quarterfinals, Bozeman at
Baker, 7 p.m.
Class 1 A region
quarterfinals, Laurel Hill at
Graceville, 7 p.m.

High School baseball
Crestview JV at
Choctayv tournament'
3:30 p.m.
Pace at Crestview,
.6 pm.
Rocky Bayou at Baker,
6:'30 p.m.

Friday
High School baseball
Crestview at Baker, JV
4 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.
High School
softball
Crestview at D["ho,-
tournament, TBA

BRIEFS
Buckner wins
Week 1 of Auto
Racing Challenge
Kent Buckner of
Crestview was the Week
1 winner in the Crestview
News Bulletin's Auto
Racing Challenge.
Buckner scored
603 points to take the
checkered.flag ahead of'
six other local entrants.
Kevin Titus of GCi"-:-,
S.C., was the national
winner with 796 ::,.'inr:
Titus received a choice of
an official NASCAR MVP,
.Series Watch or an official
NASCAR Fathead. The
national overall winner
Sat the end of the season
receives a .trip for two to
the Richard Petty Driving
Experience.
Buckner and the six'
other local Week 1
entrants have a head start,
but it's not too late for you
to enter ih -, _, :,P.:,,
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weekly prizes against auto
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top 10 spots for each
NA': -F race during the
2009 season.
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FINAL LOOK: Crestview High School wrestling coach Jeff Fowler observes the action during the Region 1-2A
tournament this past weekend at CHS. The meet was Fowler's last as CHS.coach.



Jeff Fowler,the father of the CHS wrestling


program, departing after eight seasons


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin,

Shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday eve-
ning Jeff Fowler made his rounds in
the Crestview High School gym, con-
gratulating winners and thanking offi-
cials for their hard work in the, Region
1-2A tournament.
A few minutes later, he would have
his last post-match talk with the Crest-
view wrestling team.
Fowler has stepped down as the
Bulldog wrestling coach and soon will
head back to his native Maryland.
Ask anyone associated with the
sport locally, and they will tell you his
departure will leave a void not only in
the CHS wrestling program, but in the
Northwest Florida wrestling commu--
nity.
"I've only been here for two years,
but Jeff is the program," Crestview
principal Ed Coleman said. "Programs
are very successful with coaches that
are very passionate.
''"Jeff has been a very passionate
person when it comes to wrestling. He
spends an awful lot of time and energy
helping the kids and encouraging the
kids. We are really proud of Jett and all
he's done."
Coleman pointed to Crestview
hosting last weekend's 'Region 1-2A
tournament as an example of Fowler's


passion for his sport.
"Here we are, he's closing out his
time here, and we are hosting a re-
gional tournament," he said. "Most
coaches don't want to take something
like that on, and Jeff has grabbed that
by the horns.
"He came to us about a year or
year-and-a-half ago and said 'Hey, this
is what I want to try to do, can you help
support us on it?"' )

Success from the start.
Fowler has been successful almost,
from the start at CHS on his way to,
more than 100 career team wins.
In the 2001i-02 season, his first at
Crestview with an infant program,
Eric Flinchum won the state champi-
onship in the 189-pound weight class.
Thomas Bortner came close to giv-
ing Fowler another state champion in
2006 when he finished second in the
state in the 215-pound class
Bortner has gone from Fowler pu-
pil to volunteer assistant coach, giv-
ing him a different perspective on his
wrestling mentor.
"He has taught me so much,
whether it be about coaching or wres-
tling," Bortner said. "He's pretty much
raised me in wrestling and the mental
aspects.
'"And he's taught me the core val-
ues, if you will, of coaching. He's had


such a huge impact on my life, and I
know Crestview wrestling is going to
suffer without him."
Bortner said his high finish at state
shows the younger wrestlers that-
Fowler's coaching philosophy works.
"When I can show them that's what
coach Fowler taught me it kind of
helps him a little bit," he said: "It re-
lates his aspects of wrestling toward
mat wrestling."
Oneof the things that Bortner most
appreciates about Fowler is his ability
to make wrest ling an enjoyable experi-
ence.
"We have a great time with it,"
Bortner said. "It's never too serious.
He's taught us to make things fun, but
also serious.
"The kids relate to that. and they
don't get bogged down with the as-
pects of wrestling. They have fun, and
it's not like going to a job."

. 'He's done a lot
Bortner isn't the only one that has
seen Fowler in multiple ways. Bill
Rackley.was the Fort Walton Beach
wrestling coach when Fowler started
the Bulldog program. He is now a
wrestling referee.
"As a coach he has taken a brand
new team and coached all the way up
See FOWLER B3


Make a safe call when visiting



the local diamonds


It is that time of year
again.
Spring is quickly
approaching. The, high school.
baseball and softball seasons
are shifting into high gear.
Middle school and youth
league baseball and softball
also are getting started. R
I have been a baseball fan DIC
as long as I can remember. Nort
And I've enjoyed covering
high school and junior college fast
pitch softball for more than a decade.
As I've covered literally hundreds
of baseball and softbaigames, I've
done more than watch what's going
on in the game. And some of the
things I've seen away from the field
frighten me.
The things I'm talking about
involve small children and their
safety.
No, I'm not talking about safety
from a predator, but rather from a
thrown or batted baseball or softball.
I believe most, if not all, of you
reading this column are good
parents. You love your children.
That's one of the reasons you take
them to a game.
I would even go so far as to guess
most of you believe as long as you
can see them that they should be
safe.
That isn't the case.
I can't tell you how many times
I've seen small children stick their
little fingers through the mesh or
chain link holes of a backstop during


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the game. I cringe at the.
thought of a foul ball coming
off the bat or a wild pitch
getting away and smashing
those fingers.
It isn't just the small ones
with their fingers in the
fence that concern me.
"DY It's not uncommon to see
KSON children playing around the
End Zone stands, unaware of what is
taking place on the field. A
line drive foul or a high pop fly that
goes foul could turn deadly.
As recently as 2007, a minor
league coach in the Colorado Rockies
organization was killed by a foul ball
as he stood in the first base coaching
box. This man was in hislate 20s or
.early 30s. He had only recently given
up his dreams of playing in the big
leagues and gone into coaching.
If a batted ball can strike an
athlete who has great reflexes and
was paying attention, it can happen
to just about any of us, especially a
small child who isn't paying attention
to what's happening on the playing
field.
Even if you are sitting behind the
screen, which is usually one of the
safer areas at a ballpark, you are.still
in a danger zone.
I was sitting behind the screen
while covering a softball game at
Niceville last spring when I had my
clipboard shattered by a pop foul that
landed just on the other side of the
screen. I was boxed in and unable
to get out of the way of the ball, so I


instinctively put the clipboard over,
my right knee.
I don't know if the ball would have
shattered my kneecap, but I know it
would have done some damage.
I avoided injury because I
was paying attention to what was
happening around me.
I could go on about how I've seen
windshields shattered by thrown or
batted balls, or players who have
been injured because they didn't
react quickly, enough, but I think you
get the picture.
One of the great things about
baseball and softball is fans are
right on top of the field and can feel
as if they are part of the action. The
leisurely pace of the game makes
for a relaxed atmosphere and what
might be considered a false sense of
security.
I want everyone to enjoy their
baseball/softball experiences as
safely as possible, so I offer a few
words of advice:
Never let your children stick,
their fingers in the fence.
Teach your kids that a batted or
thrown ball is dangerous and to pay
attention, and don't forget it yourself.
Keep your kids close enough to
protect them from the stray ball that
comes over the fence or backstop.
. If you take these simple
precautions, your outing at the game
will be fun and should be safe as well.

Share your own spectator safety
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GIRLS
SOFTBALL
Niceville 12,
Crestview 2
(6 innings)
One big inning was all
visiting Niceville needed.
to nail the door shut on
Crestview in District 1-5-A
softball play Thursday.
The Eagles broke open
a 2-2 tie as they sent 13
batters to the plate and
scored seven runs on their
way to a 1 2-2 win as first-
year Bulldog coach Amy
Peters squared off against
he, i:i '-a mater for the first
time.
The game was called
after six innings with the.
mercy rule.
"It was a good win,"
Niceville coach Danny
Hensley said. "Amy has
done a good job with this
ball club. We were in a
dogfight the first three in-
nings, but they played us
tough and my hat is off to
them."
The Eagles drew-first
blood, scoring twice in the'
top of the second.
e..t I. answered
with two runs in the third.
With one out, a 'pitch
hit Lauren Estep, and
Heather Kelley beat out an
infield hit. Rene Copeland's
double to left field scored
botf runners to tie the
game.
N .:e ,ll- big inning
included a little bit of tev-
erything. The Eagles had
six hits; a walk,: a '-,,i ain-
and a pair of B.'lld.- er-
rors.
Niceville added three
r-n.:.- f.ur,'.. in the sixth '- r-P l
rih- qame away.,
T, Th are a :.:. hir
ting ball .:l.ub, but we can't
win a game making so
many errors," Peters said.
"We didn't get the job
done on defense tonight.
"We-just 'have to use
this as a motivation to imr-.
prove and get better and
play the defense of a top-
ri-.:.:h b ll club."
:Courtney Luke led the'
Bulldogs with hree hi.'
".* ll, and Brittany Zellars
each had two hits.
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Bulldogs' loss Feb. 10 in
their season opener.
The E.ulld:.g were hurt
by eight errors in the field.
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BASKETBALL
Cottondale 46,
Baker 21
The visiting Gators
couldn't get their offense
going in a Region 1-
2A quarterfinals loss on
Thursday.
Baker, the District 1 run-
ner-up, finished the year
12-14.
Cottondale eliminated
SBaker from the postseason
for the'fourth straight year.

BOYS
BASKETBALL
Baker 59,
Freeport 47
Add another gold star
to a year full of them for
the Baker boys basketball
team.
The Gators followed
their undefeated run
through District 1-2A by
capturing the district tourna-
ment title Saturday with
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Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School hosted two
major events this past weekend.
The CHS softball team fell 12-2
against perennial power Niceville on
Thursday. New CHS coach Amy Peters,
a Niceville graduate, .went up against


her alma mater for the first time.
On Saturday, the CHS wrestling
program hosted the Region 1-2A
meet for the second time in five years.
No other schools west of Panama City
have hosted a regional in recent mem-
ory.
See more photos of both events at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


GONNA GET HER?: A Nicevillebaserunner eludes the tag of Crestview's Morgan
Goshorn.


MEETING IN THE CIRCLE: Crestview's
in the action..


SENIOR RELIEF: Senior pitcher Kaitlyn
Trimmer come on in relief during the
Dawgs' game against Niceville.


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
softball players discuss strategy during a break


RELEASE POINT: Crestview's Britany Kelch
tosses a pitch during the Dawgs' game
against Niceville.


IN CONTROL: Crestview wrestler Justin Mitchell controls his opponent in an early-
round bout at the Region 1-2A meet.


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to the state championship level," Rack-
ley said. "He's done a lot for wrestling in
the area, and I really respect that.
"His teams used to be when he
started 'We need some wins, -let's
go beat up Crestview.' But you can't do
that any more. His teams are tenacious
and they wrestle well. He's an excellent
coach."
From an official's point of view Rack-
ley has another perspective.
"As an official we used to bang his
boys a lot (on violations of the rules),
but we can't do that any more," he said.
"They wrestle hard and are very com-
petitive."
Rackley didn't stop there.
"I'm also going to say something
about Jeff Fowler the citizen," he said.
"He's done a lot for the community in
the off-season. He's built wrestling in
the area, and he's good for the sport."
As Fowler's nephew, Crestview se-
nior wrestler Danny Johnson is yet an-
other person who has seen Fowler from
many different perspectives.
"He started me wrestling when he
first moved down here," Johnson said.
"He built the wrestling team up from
nothing, and now we are hosting re-
gionals, and that's pretty cool. He had
a state champ his first year, and that's
ridiculous.
"He told me at the end of May that he
was going to be moving to Maryland this
year. He told me he would have done it
last summer if it hadn't have been my
senior year. It's pretty cool because we
both got our 100th win this year."
Johnson has so many other memo-
ries of trips, to wrestling tournaments
with Fowler during the school year and
summer. There's the tournament in
Jacksonville when he was 11 and fin-
ished second. Another national tourna-
ment in Virginia helped strengthen the
bond between uncleand nephew.
Johnson said those are some of the
things he'll miss.

'Excellent role model',
Sophomore Darrell Williams hasn't


been around Fowler as much as John-
son, but he too has been strongly im-
pacted.
"Coach Fowler has been an excellent
role model to me, and I'm sure to all of
my teammates," he said. "To see him
leave hurts. We all know good things
come to an end, but he's a great coach.
"I'm glad he picked up his 100th win
here, and we'll treasure that. I'm going
to miss all the traveling we did together
and having fun on the road."
Trevor Sauls started wrestling be-
cause of Fowler.
"He means a lot to me," Sauls said.
"He goes to my church so I've known
him for a while.
"To see him go is pretty big. He's re-
ally turned it around. Each year we've
gotten better than the previous year and
this year is the best year we've had."
Sauls is confident that even without
Fowler the future is bright for the Bull-
dog program.
"Things look pretty good," he said.
"We've got a lot of juniors this year. The
guys that are going to be seniors next
year should be pretty good leaders for
the guy coming in.
"We should have a pretty good team
next year."

Leaving a void
Choctawhatchee coach Don Arthur
is the only local coach to have coached
against Fowler through his entire ten-
ure at Crestview.
"Jeff came in and started a program
at Crestview that was nonexistent and
brought the program 'to a high level of
competition," Arthur said. "He put on
some really, really good tournaments
while he was here and started the Pan-
handle Championships while he was
here, among other tournaments.
"The tournaments have been well at-
tended, but mostly they have been well
organized. He's done an excellent job
of promoting his program at Crestview
and bringing a high quality of wrestling
to Crestview."
Current Viking coach Toby Marez


believes Fowler's departure will leave a
void in the local wrestling community. "
"One of the things Jeff has been able
to do is. he's pulled a lot of kids from up
in this area and got them wrestling, not
just during the season, but out of sea-
son also," Marez said. '"And he's created
a huge family atmosphere for the pan-
handle, too, as he's always wanted to
host a lot of events. I think he had four
tournaments this year, five counting re-
gionals.
"He's made a lot of big steps for this
area to progress with wrestling. With
the job Jeff has done up here, I think it
has helped the Milton and Pace area,
too."

'A major influence'
The last function remaining for
Fowler as the Bulldog coach will be the
team's award night in a couple of weeks.
Then it's on to Maryland on March 9.
"This is a program on the rise and
we've gotten better everyyear since I've
been here," he said. "It's not because of
me, but because of the effort of the kids.
"This is a young team, and they are
just going to get better. "
As he leaves, Fowler takes with him
eight seasons of memories involving his
wrestlers;
"My best memories are just the
kids," he said. "I love every one of them,
old, new.
"We have old kids that come back
every week just because they are a part
of the program. That's the family, and
that's what I'll remember the most."
Fowler's impact will be felt for years
to come on those he coached.
Bortner spoke for so many Bulldog
wrestlers when he summed up his rela-
tionship with his coach.
"He's been'like a best friend for me,"
Bortner said. "He's always there for
you, no matter what time you call him,
even if it's 2 o'clock in the morning.,
"He's just been a major influence on
my life."
Post a note of thanks to Jeff Fowler
atwww.crestviewbulletin.com.


Dawgs gone after regional wrestling meet


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
A strong start didn't equate to a
good finish for host Crestview at the,
Region'i-2A wrestling tournament this
past weekend.
The Bulldogs, who had 10 wrestlers
in the tournament, had nine wrestlers
still alive when second-day action start-
ed Saturday morning. But it turned
out to be a short day for the Bulldogs.'
None of the CHS wrestlers were able
to finish in the top four in their weight
class and advance to state.
Danny, Johnson, Justin Mitchell and
Colin Smith all made it to the consola-
tion semi-finals before bowing out of
the tournament one win shy of state.
Johnson, a senior wrestling in the
-125-pound class, had his Saturday get,
off to a shaky stait.
Johnson was knocked unconscious
a few seconds into his match with Ed
White's MarvincentWilliams. He came


to, and continued the match, but was
not.the same the rest of the day.
Mitchell's loss to Fleming Island's
Chris Taylorin the 160-pound consola-
tion semifinal was especially difficult..
Taylor edged Mitchell 1-0 in an
evenly matched contest.'
Bulldog coach Jeff Fowler was dis-
appointed the Bulldogs won't take any-
one to the state meet.'
"We had three kids one match
away," he said. "The kids were in
weight classes that were just stacked..
It was a tough road for them to go and
they gave it their all, and wrestled'
hard.
"I'm disappointed we didn't have
anyone qualify, but I'm not disappoint-
ed in our effort. The tournament went.
well, and it was a great tournament."

Check out the results from Crest-
view's 2008-69 wrestling season at our
online Crestview wrestling reference
page at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


REGION RUMBLE: Crestview High
School's Justin Mitchell and Lincoln
High Schtoolos Josh Coleman (top)
,wrestle! in the 160-pound weight
class on.Saturday during the 2A
regional tournament at Crestview
High School.


a 59-47 victory over
Freeport.
The Gators won a
district tournament title in
coach Mike Martello's
first year (2004-05), and
now they've won again.
Martello said this title
is particularly fulfilling
because many of his play-
ers were on the team as
eighth-graders and fresh-
men and took their lumps.
."This has been just
a wonderful payoff for
them,".Martello said.
Baker (23-3) will host
Bozeman (1 1-13) in.a.re-
gional quarterfinals game
on Thursday..
Sophomore Jarrod
Batson had a double-
double with 22 points
and 10 rebounds for
Baker. Josh Rose added
1 3 points and Cameron
Davis had 1 1 rebounds
and eight points.
"You can see we
had balanced scoring,"
Martello said. "We were
patient and smart with our
shot selection."
F 7 20 11 9 -.47
B 15 14 15 15
59
Baker Josh Rose
13., Josh Yost 1, Chad
Donley 6, Cameron Davis
8, Stephen Shelley 9,
Jarrod Batson 22. Totals:
22 1 12-18 59.

-Paxton 66,
Laurel Hill 41
A physical inside
game is :itf.:uI, i ':, stop,
just as potent 3-point
shooting can be equally
demoralizing for.an op-
ponent..
Combine the two and
a team can find itself in
quite a quandary. Just ask
the Laurel Hill boys bas-
'. ylb.,jll team.
Demetrius Moore fin-
ished with,1 8 points and
16 rebounds Saturday
while Zack Vickers
added 10 points and
11 L.:,rn.-T. all while
Dan Geoghagen scored
1 8 of his game-high 20
points F,..rm b-ehird th- 3-
point line as host Paxton
cruised to a second:
straight District 1-A title .
with a 66-41 win against
rival Laurel Hi.ll.
I Paxton began the
second half on a 9-0 run
fueled by ba. -t,:- b-..-l
3s by Michael Smith that
pushed the Bobcat lead
to 35-1 8 and all but -.
wrapped 'up the district
title.
"That was the differ-.
ence in the game," Laurel
Hill coach Kent Zessin
said of the run.' "They're
ci well-balanced team.
They have several weap-


ons.
The Hoboes (12-1 2)
will travel to Graceville
for a Region 1-1A quar-
terfinal Thursday.

Laurel Hill 74,
Escambia Charter
62
The Hoboes ad-
vanced to the District 1 -A
tournament finals with the
victory Friday.
Laurel Hill had four
players score in double
figures, with Issiac
Williams leading the way
with 20 points.
EC 20 8 13 21
62
LH 14 20 20 20
74
Laurel Hill Jared
Pickron 14, Ethan
Jackson 1 8, Will
Sherwood 6, Seth
Strickland 10, Travon
Calloway 6, Issiac
Williams 20. Totals: 16
4 10-1474 ,

Baker 68,
Ponce de Leon 49
Jarrod Batson scored
21 points, Stephen
Shelley scored 20 and
Josh Rose added 1 3 in
the Gators' win over host
Ponce de Leon in the -.
District 1-2A tournament .
semifinals Friday..
Chad Donley had six
rebounds, .eight assists
and five steals.
Fort Walton Beach
82,
Crestview 62
Sizzling Fort Walton
Beach took control in
the second half in the
District 1-5A tournament
quarterfinals Monday at
host Escambia, ending
Crestview's season
CHS 20 14 10 17
-62
FWB23 142.1 24
.-82
Crestview -
Antryun Coleman 6, Justin
Cline 2, Chris Pickett 8,
Shykeem Jackson 17,
Jordan Glover 1, Darius
Applewhite 1 1, Carter
Hamlin 4,' Martez House
9, Cortez Whatley 4.
Totals: 17 5 13-21 62.

GIRLS
WEIGHTLIFTING
FHSAA state finals
Baker had two
weightlifters participate
in the F H-I. - state fi-
nals Saturday in 'Naomi
Langley (169-pound divi-
son, combined, lift of 270
pounds, 20ih place) and
Miranda Godwin (199,
245, 23rd).
Spruce Creek won the
team title with 30 points.


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Special to the News Bulletin

After 15 years of "dip-
Sping" Copenhagen and
trying to quit, Scan Barry
finally was able to quit with
the help of a free "Quit
Smoking Now" program.
Barry, a medical profes-
sional who lives in Crest-
view and works on trauma
call in the operating room
of Niceville's Twin Cities
Hospital, took advantage of
a free, six-week, evidence-
based "Quit Smoking Now"
program that is currently
being offered through West
Florida Area Health Edu-
cation Center (AHEC) in
conjunction with the Flori-
da Department of Health.
A medical professional,
Barry was aware of the
risk, but had not been able
to find help for his particu-
lar type of tobaccor addic-
tion.
"I had tried to quit mul-
tiple times, but would get
cranky and find myself just
going out and buying an-
other can," he said.
"There are programs
out there to help smokers
quit, but this 'Quit Smok-
ing Now' program was the
first one I have found that
actually addresses other
forms of tobacco use like


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
KICKING THE HABIT: Sean Barry finally was able to quit tobacco use with the help
of a free "Quit Smoking Now" program.


dipping. Nicotine is nico-
tine, and the 'Quit Smoking
Now' program puts that
into perspective, showing
you how to approach quit-
ting." ,
Barry said that in the
program he calculated how
much he had been paying
for his nicotine addiction


and learned he was spend-
ing between $3,000 and
$4,000 a year.
"That was money that
could go towards my fam-
ily," he said. "Part of quit-
ting is that you have to ask
yourself, 'Why am I doing
this?'"
Barry stressed that if


you are ready to quit, the
certified tobacco special-
ists in the Quit Smokiing
Now program will give you
the help and assurance you
need.
"If you're ready to quit,
they've got the tools to
help you," he said. "Fifty
percent of it is your Will-


ingness to quit. The coun-
selors in the program are
flexible and will work with
you and your schedule. My
counselor even gave me
his home number! Without
Quit Smoking Now, I would
never have been able to
quit."
The free tobacco-use
cessation program is open
to any tobacco user. Par-
ticipants will receive an in-
dividual assessment, a cus-
tomized treatment plan,
and group and one-on-6ne
counseling sessions led by
certified tobacco treatment
specialists. Assistance is
available for certain nico-
tine replacement thera-
pies.

"QUIT SMOKING
NOW" PROGRAM
BEGINS IN CRESTVIEW
Crestview area tobacco
users can get the help they
need to quit tobacco use
in Crestview beginning
Feb. 24 through March 31
at noon at West Florida
AHEC, 1455 S. Ferdon
Boulevard.
.The free, six-week, evi-
dence-based "Quit Smok-
ing Now" programs will
be conducted by certified
tobacco treatment spe-


cialists through the West
Florida Area Health Edu-
cation Center (AHEC) in
conjunction with the Flor-
ida Department of Health.
Anyone interested in reg-
istering for the clinic or in
getting more information
should call West Florida
AHEC at 850-398-6965 or
toll free, 1-877-6-STOP-
NOW The free tobacco-
use cessation program is
open to any tobacco user.
Participants will receive
an individual assessment,
a customized treatment
plan, group and one-on-
one counseling sessions
led by certified tobacco
treatment specialists. As-
sistance is available for
certain nicotine replace-
ment therapies.
The free programs are
conducted, throughout-
the area by West Florida
AHEC on an ongoing and
as-needed basis. Individu-
als can call to join the
next convenient program.
Employers can make ar-
rangements for programs
at their worksites. Dental
and medical personnel
can receive free continu-
ing education credits by
enrolling in special con-
tinuing education training
to help their patients quit
tobacco use.


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

CELL PHONES FOR
SOLDIERS DRIVE: Lib-
erty Tax Service at 1093 S.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview
is hosting a cell, phone col-
lection event Saturday from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The com-
pany is a premier partner
for Cell Phones for Soldiers,
a program that lets soldiers
stationed overseas call their
loved ones. Every donated
phone can buy a calling card


with up to 100 minutes.
KEEPING' IT REAL:i
gonlight Covenant Church's
youths will host a concert
and drama offering a fresh
approach to teenage rela-
tionships Saturday at 3 p.m.
at the church, located at 150
Oakdale Drive in Crestview.
Details: www.youtube.com/
olepetekeyinc online.
IMPOSITION AT ST.
MARK: St. Mark United
Methodist Church at 2250
PJAdams Parkwayin Crest-
view will host an Imposition
of Ashes and communion on
Feb. 25 from 5 to 6 p.m. Call


NOTICE OF SPECIAL mrI-,KmNDUM
FOR NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT NON-AD VALOREM
ASSESSMENTS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of
Commissioners of North Okaloosa Fire District has called
for a special referendum on a Non-Ad Valorem Assessments.
Increase, which special referendum was approved at a
legally advertised meeting held on December 29, 2008,
by Resolution No. 2008-05. The election will be held on
Tuesday, March'10, 2009.
The referendum question shall be voted upon only by
residents of the North Okaloosa Fire District who are
registered to vote no later than Monday, February 9, 2009.
Polling places at Precincts 3, 6, 8, 9, 11,12, 13, 45, 51, and
52 shall be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March
10, 2009.
The referendum shall be composed of the following
question:
NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE DISTRICT
NON-AD VALOREUM ASSESSMENTS
Increase in non-ad valorem assessments to
operate and maintain fire district facilities and services.
Do you approve an annual non-ad valorem assessment
increase of $10.79/month ($129.43/year) for a single
family, residence and a comparable percentage
increase for all other types of properties in the district
for the purpose of operating and maintaining fire
district facilities and services?
YES __
NO
Absentee ballots will be available through the Supervisor
of Elections offices, in compliance with state and federal
laws.


February 7, 2009
February 18, 2009


Paul Lux
Supervisor of Elections
Okaloosa County FL


682-5280 for details.
FREE SENIOR BIN-
GO: Thursday at 10:30 at the
Knights of Columbus Hall,
701 U.S. Highway 90 East.
Lunch will be provided. To
make a reservation or for
details call 689-2487 or 682-
9695.
5K RUN/WALK AT DA-
VIDSON: The Davidson
. Middle School Relay for Life
Team is sponsoring the Da-
vidson Dash on Saturday at
8:30 a.m. to raise funds for
the American Cancer Soci-
ety.
Registration is $20. En-
try for the Kids Fan Run is
$10 any time. All registration
funds will be donated to ACS.
T-shirts are guaranteed to
the first 200 entrants in the
5K and first 50 entrants in
the kids run.
Make checks payable to
Davidson Middle School and
mail check and registration
to Davidson Middle School,
6261 Old Bethel Road, Crest-
view. Visit www.okaloosa.kl2.
fl.us/Davidson to download a


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Friday, February 20, 2009

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form. Online registration
is available at. www.active.
com. Pick up packets at
the DMS gym Friday from
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. or at Bob
Sikes Elementary on race
day from 6:30 to 8 a.m. The
school reserves the right to
cancel or reschedule due to
unforeseen circumstances,
No refunds. Details: Daniel
Richards at 683-7500, ext.
700, or richardsd@mail.oka-
loosa.k12.fl.us.
KofC DINNER FUND-
RAISERS: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus will
host a charity fund-raising
dinner Saturday from 4:30
to 7:30 p.m. at the Knights'
hall 701 E. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview.
Spaghetti and meatballs
or chicken fried rice with
egg rolls and salad will be
served. Take-outs are plso
available.
Cost: adults $7, pre-teens
$5, and pre-schoolers free.
A Lenten Soup Dinner
every Friday during Lent
starts Feb. 27 at Our Lady of
Victory Parish Hall. Admis-
sion is by donation.
Proceeds will go to the
Catholic Care Center.
The dinners, which are
open to the public, will run
from 5 to 6:45 p.m.


Claire, Rylee, Heather & Andy Powell

Family Owned & Operated
by
Heather & Andy Powell
"Serving Because We Care"

436 West James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 682-3052


QUIT SMOKING
CLINIC: in Crestview
starts Feb. 24 and continues
through March 31 at noon at
West Florida AHEC, 1455 S.
Ferdon Boulevard. The six-
week event is free. To reg-
ister or for details call 398-
6965, 1-877-STOP-NOW or
visit www.ahectobacco.com.
.STYLISTS WANTED:
Ann O'Connor of Emerald
Coast Hospice has a huge
need for professional hair-
dressers to volunteer to cut
Hospice patients' hair in
Okaloosa and Walton coun-
ties.
The group has in-depth
training for anyone who has
time and wants to assist
our patients with this need..
If you have any questions
please call Ann at 689-0300.
EC HOSPICE
EVENTS: Emerald Coast
Hospice is looking for vol-
unteers. Please contact Ann
O'Connor at 689-0300.
The group will hold a
Mardi Gras Float Contest
with the local nursing homes
and will judge them judging
the floats on Fat Tuesday,
Feb,24.
WALKER ELEMEN-
TARY EVENTS: include
the Feb. 28 Miss Walkerpag-
eant fund-raiser for Relay


CRESTVIEW PEDIATRICS
& ADOLESCENT CENTER

Joseph Philip Peter, M.D. E.A.A.P.
Brenda Strand, A.R.N.P.


Now Accepting
SNew Patients
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683-5100


for. Life.
FCAT testing will also be
held March 10-19.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: In addition to the class-
es listed, the organization is
having a 25 percent off sale
this month on all First Aid
kits currently in stock For
details on available kits, con-
tact Carissa Stanley at 800-
773-7620 or. Stanleyc@usa.
redcross.org. To receive this
discount please reference
discount #02FebO9.
Feb. 21 Babysitter
Training; Standard First Aid
w/* CPR/AED(adult, infant,
child).
Feb. 24 and 26 CPR
(adult, infant, child)
Feb. 27 CPR/AED
(adult)
Feb. 28 CPR/AED for
the Professional Rescuer.
Feb. 28 Standard
.First Aid w CPR (adult, in-
fant, child)
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: at the Robert
L.E Sikes Public Library on
Commerce Drive in Crest-
view are:
March 3 Poisonous
Plants of Northwest Florida,
with Larry Williams of the
Okaloosa County Extension
Service.
KEY CLUB FUND-
RAISER: The Crestview
High School Key Club will be
holding another fund-raiser
for a trip to the Key Club con-
vention this April in Orlando.
"Big Dawgs" vs. "Little
Dawgs", a faculty vs. stu-
dent basketball game, is on
Thursday, March 26 from 2-4
p.m. in the gym. Tickets are
$5.
To donate or for details,
please call Mrs. Davison at
689-7177 ext. 5070.


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Cox Cablethon benefits Covenant


Special to the News Bulletin

The 37th Cox Communi-
cations Cablethon benefit-
ing Covenant Hospice will
be shown on Cox Channel
6 and 2 from 8 p.m. Feb. 27
to 8 p.m. Feb. 28.
The program will in-
clude entertainment by
Reed Waddle, Mighty Joe


Young, Gloryland, Juke
Joint Willie, Acoustic
Union, Dave Demonki and
many more. Interviews,
education about Covenant
Hospice and memorials
will be featured during
the 24-hour live broadcast.
The public is invited to
call in and pledge a dona-
tion in memory or honor


of a loved one during the
broadcast.
Seven auctions emceed
by local celebrities will
invite folks to bid on va-
cation packages, jewelry,
golf, home decor and lots
of surprises.
The Cablethon may be
viewed globally via the In-
ternet. The Web broadcast


will feature a separate
eighth auction accessible
only through the comput-
er.
Covenant Hospice cur-
rently is accepting pledg-
es of any amount for loved
ones' names to be read
on air. "Memory Sponsor-
ships," including a loved
one's photograph, to be


featured throughout the
program are available for
$250.
All money raised from
the Cablethon goes to-
wards unfunded programs
in Okaloosa and Walton
Counties such as indigent
care, bereavement and
children's programs.
Covenant Hospice, a


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hospice

not-for-profit organization,
is now seeking corporate
sponsorships and auction
items for the Cablethon.
For further information
about hospice care, spon-
sorships, donations or to
view the auction listing
visit www.covenanthos-
pice.org or call 850-729-
1800.


RIBBON CUTTING


Florida's first Submarina


California Subs opens locally


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
DR. MICHAEL ROBERTS: Dr. Michael Roberts hosted a, ribbon cutting Feb. 13 at
the Main Street Medical Clinic, 369 N. Main St. in Crestview.




Get a wealth of knowledge at


Eco-Nomic Living Expo


Special to the News Bulletin

Historically, consum-
ers save more than ever in
a weak economy, accord-
ing to recent news articles
and the Okaloosa County
Extension Office.
What are people sav-
ing for? Income taxes?
Job loss? Loss of recent
wealth? Just a rainy day?
And is this good news?
"Yes, it is good news to us
at the University of Flori-
da and Okaloosa County
Extension Office. We try to,
get people to save all year
long every year and even
teach children to save, to
help prepare for emergen-
cies and financial goals,"
said Okaloosa Saves Co-
ordinator Elaine Court-
ney. "When you save for
a specific goal (vacation),
you still spend the money,
but you avoid the tempta-
tion to get into too much
debt."
In celebration of Oka-
loosa Saves Week, an.
Eco-Nomic Living Expo
will be held at the North-
west Florida State College
campus on Saturday from
10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Experience hands-on
finance, educational and
fun activities for families
and kids, and of course,
the very popular Piggy
Bank -Contest all for
free at the Eco-Nomic
Living Expo,
Sponsorships, exhibi-
tors and "green" contribu-
tors are encouraged to get


ECO-NOMIC EXPO SEMINAR TOPICS
Going Green on a Budget, with Danny
Lipford, host of Emmy-nominated "Today's
Homeowner" and home expert for The
Weather Channel. Lipford will speak at
10 a.m.
Nickel and Dime Your Way to Wealth,
with Deborah Owens, a national speaker,
host of -Real Money Radio" and author of
several books. Owens will speak at noon.
She will present a follow-up seminar at
1:30 p.m.
Energy and the Future (1 1-a.m.)
Smart Growth in the 21 'Century
(11 a.m.)
Solving the Credit Report Puzzle
(11 a.m. and 1 p.m.)
Energy Conservation and Energy
Efficiency It's Everyone's Job (11:30 a.m.)
Eat What You Grow in North Florida
(11:30 a.m.)
Managing in Tough Times (11:30 a.m.)
Go Green on a Budget (1 p.m.)
Green Lawn and Green Pocketbook Can
Happen (1 p.m.)
Six Key Systems for Green Building
(1:30 p.m.)
Water Conservation Around the House
(1:30 p.m.)
The day also includes four youth seminars:
Vermiculture (11 a.m.)
"Butt"-anical Garden Tobatco
Prevention (1 1:30 a.m.)
Water Conservation Around the House
(1 p.m.)
How to Make a Fat Piggy Bank
(1:30 p.m.)


involved.
Please check the www.
okaloosasaves.org Web
site for updated informa-


tion on the Eco-Nomic
Living Expo. If you want to
get involved, call 689-5850
or 797-4902.


Special to the News Bulletin

Residents of" Crestview
now have a new fresh and
healthy choice in sandwich-
es and salads with the open-
ing of Submarina California
Subs at 3802 S. Ferdon Blvd.
The restaurant is owned
and operated by Justin
Link, Crestview resident
and franchisee. The loca-
tion has been serving up its
sandwiches since it officially
opened on Jan. 17.
Link made the decision
to open a Submarina upon


reading a magazine article
on the company's growth.
After trying the product and
learning more about the
company's franchisee sup-
port, he was confident that
Submarina would be a great
fit for him and the commu-
nity.
"We wanted to go against
the grain and bring a new
concept to the community,"
said Link. "Submarina of-
fers healthy, delicious, mod-
erately priced meals to
the residents of Crestview,
along with unmatched cus-


tomer service."
Submarina offers a va-
* riety of menu options, in-
cluding subs, melts, salads
and. soups. Sandwich top-
pings range from the clas-
sic lettuce and tomatoes
to California-inspired pro-
duce, including avocado and
sprouts.
This is the first Subma-
rina location in Florida. The
restaurant is open Sunday
through Thursday from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday
and Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 10 p.m.


EXTENSION CONNECTION


Save money and save the


planet at the same time


Brenda Smith
OkaloosaCounty Extension

As Americans we have
proven we know how to
use natural resources and
spend money.
Now we need to prove
we can save our money and
use natural resources with
sustainability.
Feb. 22 through March
1 is America Saves week.
America Saves is an effort
aimed to increase aware-
ness that we need to save
money, reduce debt and
build wealth. The primary
focus of America Saves
Week is to encourage finan-
cial action commitments
to save, invest and build
wealth.
Your local America
Saves campaign is Okaloosa
Saves. To kick off Saves
Week, plan to attend the
Eco-Nomic Living Expo on


W UNIvEIRSITI of
U! FLORIDA
iFAS Extension

Saturday at the Northwest
Florida State College Nicev-
ille campus from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. (See related story at
left.) The event is free and
will offer chances to learn,
have fun and win prizes.
You also can learn how
save, reduce, and build,
wealth by applying green
practices in your daily lives
during presentations by
Danny Lipford and Deborah
Owens.
Lipford is the host of the
Emmy nominated TV show,,
"Remodeling Today" and
will be talking on "How To
Go Green On a Budget."
Owens, financial author
and radio host, will share
tips from her book, "Nickel
and Dime Your Way to
Wealth".


There will be additional
seminars with topics such
as "Six Systems to Green
Building," "Managing in
Tough Times," "Energy
In The Future," "Green
Lawns" and many more.
There also will be four semi-
nars for children ages 5-12.
Exhibits ranging from
banking to home systems
to alternative fuels will be
there to educate you on
how to save in their area of
expertise.
It is a day to be a "Green
Saver'" and an Okaloosa
Saver. Come to exciting
event and learn about what
we can do as a community
and individually to save, re-
duce and build wealth.
For additional informa-
tion, visit okaloosasaves.org
or call the UF/Okaloosa Ex-
tension Office at 689-5850.
Brenda Smith is part
of the UF/IFAS Okaloosa
Saves program.


Crestview Assist-2-Sellreopens


Special to the News Niceville and Fort
Bulletin B'e'New Walton Beach area
and can be reached
Donna Mozina re- ] by calling 423-0700
opened the Assist-2- or bye-mailing a2s-
Sell franchise office newera@embarq-
in Crestview at 592 N. mail.com
Ferdon Blvd on Feb. k The Assist-2-
1. MOZINA Sell office in Crest-
The new office view charges a flat
provides real estate fee commission
services in the Crestview, of $2,995 for houses up to


$300,000, with moderate in-
creases for houses that list
for more. All Assist-2-Sell
brokers are fully licensed
and Realtors.
Assist-2-Sell New Era
Realty is owned and oper-
ated by Mozina. She worked
for the previous Assist-2-
Sell franchise for more than
eight years before the own-
er retired last summer.


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Legal # 100504
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2008 CA 000264
S DIVISION


WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,

*,-IiB

LAWRENCE A. TE
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF F
CLOSURE
NOTICE IS HE
GIVEN pursuant to
nal Judgment of
gage Forecl
dated February
2009 and entered
Case No. 2008
000264 S of the i
Court of the FIRS
dicial Circuit in ai
OKALOOSA C
Florida wherein W
FARGO BANK, Ni
the Plaintiff and
RENCE A. TE
GAYE L. TENER;
the Defendants,
sell to the highest
best bidder for Ca
IN FRONT OF CLE
FRONT DOOR
SHALIMAR ANNE
11:00AM, on the
of March, 2009, th
lowing described
erty as set forth in
Final Judgment:


COMMENCE AT THE-
ENER, SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF LOT 1, BLOCK 2,
BELLA VISTA SUBDIVI-
SION, SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH.
FORE- RANGE 24 WESt,
SALE OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, FOR A
REBY POINT OF BEGINN-
a Fi- ING, THENCE NORTH-
Mort- EASTLY ALONG THE
osure EAST LINE OF SAID
03, LOT 1 A DISTANCE OF
ed in 200 FEET TO POINT,
SCA THENCE ANGLE
Circuit RIGHT AND RUN 100
3T Ju- FEET TO POINT, THEN
nd for ANGLE RIGHT AND
county, RUN 200 FEET TO
NELLS POINT ON THE
JA, is NORTH RIGHT OF
LAW- WAY LINE OF MONA-
ENER; HAN DRIVE, THEN AN-
are GLE RIGHT AND RUN
I will 100 FEET TO POINT
st and OF BEGINNING.
ash at
ERK'S A/K/A 98 MONAHAN
OF DRIVE, FORT WALTON
EX at BEACH, FL 32547
9 day
he fol- Any person claiming an
prop- interest in the surplus
n said from the sale, if any,
other than the property


the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on February 4,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Beth McDoanald
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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maier
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Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-





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sponse, if ainy, on and
Petitioner's attorney, R. the
Scott Whitehead, PA., the
whose address 4507 Co
Furling Lane, Suite 209, plo
Destin Florida 32541 on ice
or before February 20, ori
2009,a nd file the origl- or
nal with the clerk of this' terry
court either' before serv- relil
ice on Plainiffs attorney .Coi
or immediately thereafter:.
Otherwise, a final hear- Dor
ing will be scheduled in CLI
' .this matter for .the relief By:
demanded in the petition., Del
The Notice, of Action
shall be published once a 01/
week for four (4) consec- 02/
utive weeks in the Crest- ,02/
view News Bulletin.' 02/

Dated January 9, 2009
Let
SDON W.HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit Court C_
ByL Viki Jackson C.
SDeputy Clerk : .
01/28/09 ,
02/04/09 .
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02/18/09
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IN THE CIRCUIT vs.
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grantees, assigns, or any Defendants:
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him; and SAVANNAH OPAL PRYOR, kn
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ties claiming by, through, inrflr
under, or against her, Address Unknow
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NOTICE OF ACTION an action to quiet
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ng by, THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT Legal # 100502 Legal # 100505
:r against COURT, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT,
COURT IN AND FOR COURT OF THE
wn has been filed against OKALOOSA COUNTY, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
you in the Circuit Court in FLORIDA PROBATE CUIT
FIED that the First Judicial Circuit in DIVISION FILE NO. IN AND FOR
et title to and for Okaloosa 08-CP-1462 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
operty in County, Florida and you FLORIDA
ity, Flor- are. required to serve a IN RE: ESTATE OF CIVIL ACTION CASE
copy of your written de- CARL SHUTT, NO.46-2008-CA-1941
fenses if any, to JASON Deceased. S DIVISION
a of land R. MOULTON Attorney
re in the for Plaintiff 660-A N. NOTICE TO CREDI- PHH MORTGAGE
er of the Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, TORS CORPORATION F/K/A
ter of the FI 32536 on or before CENDANT MORT-
arter of March 6, 2009 and file' The administration of GAGE CORPORATION
Nnship 3 the original with the the estate of CARL D/B/A PHH MORT-
23 West Clerk of this Court at the SHUTT, deceased, GAGE SERVICES,
ularlyde- Okaloosa County Court- whose date of death Plaintiff,
s: Begin- house, Crestview, Florida was November 5, 2008,
t at the either before service, on is pending in the Circuit vs.
ir of said Plaintiff's attorney or im- Court for Okaloosa
aid point; mediately thereafter, or County Florida, Pro- MAU MOC TRAN, et al,
th along default will be entered bate Division, the ad- Defendant(s).
ne 140 against you for the relief dress of which is
run East -demanded in the Corn- Okaloosa County
nce run plaint or Petition. Courthouse, Crestview, NOTICE OF FORE-
; thence Florida. The names CLOSURE SALE'
0 yards DON W. HOWARD and address of the per-
nt of Be- CLERK OF COURT sonal representative NOTICE IS HEREBY
AND EX- By: Kitty Sims and the personal GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
tain.par- Deputy Clerk representative's attor- nal Judgment of Mort-
reviously ney are set forth below, gage Foreclosure.
:orded in 01/28/09 dated February 04,
7, Page 02/04/09 All, creditors of the de- 2009 and entered in
ok 97, 02/11/09 cedent and other per- Case No.
R. Book. 02/18/09 sons having claims or 46-2008-CA-1941 S of
1; O.R. demands against the Circuit Court of the
e 1 and decedent's estate on FIRST Judicial Circuit
0, Page, Legal # 100501 whom a copy of this in and for .OKAL,OOSA
cords of IN THE CIRCUIT notice is required to be County, I Florida
ty, Flor IN THE CIRCUOF THIT served must file their where n PHH MORT-
COUFIRST JUDICIAL CR- claims with this court GAGE CORPORATION
IRFT ICA L FOR WITHIN THE LATER F/K/A CENDANT
Again t CUT IN ANDFR OF THREE MONTHS MORTGAGE CORPO-
SCourtin OKALOOSA COUNTY, AFTER THE TIME OF RATION D/B/A PHH
Circuit in FLORIDA CASE NO. FIRST PUBLICATION MORTGAGE SER-
Akaloosa 08--CP-399a OF THIS NOTICE OR VICES, is the Plaintiff
and you 30 DAYS AFTER THE and MAU MOC TRAN;
serve a IN RE: ESTATEOFA: DATE OF SERVICE TOT THI LE;, are the
itten de- LEON. RAAW OF A COPY OF THIS Defendants, I will sell to
JASON BURDESAW, NOTICE ON THEM. the highest and best
eceasea... bidder for cash at IN
intiff All other creditors of FRONT OF CLERK'S
Blvd. "OTICE TO CREDI- the decedent and other FRONT DOOR OF
2536 on TORS persons having claims SHALIMAR ANNEX at
6, 2009 w -,. .i, .t.t, f, or' 'demands against 11:00AM, on the 11 day
Signal with The admi istr tion decedent's estate must of March, 2009, the fol-
Court at there estate of LEON RAY file their claims with this lowing described prop-
County BUR'DESHeAW, .. nde- court WITHIN 3 erty as set forth in said
estview ceased, is pending in MONTHS AFTER THE Final Judgment:
ore serv- the Circuit Court for DATE OF FIRST PUB-
attorney idOkaloosa PrCounty, FDiisior- LICATION 'OF THIS LOT 4, HOUSTON
hereafter, ida Probate Division; NOTICE. MANOR, ACCORDING
I be en- the address of which is, . TO THE ''PLAT
u for the 101 James Lee Boule- ALL CLAIMS NOT THEREOF AS RE-
d in the varCot Courthouse FILED WITHIN THE CORDED IN PLAT
ttin Cruet.y,, Fosrie' TIME PERIODS SET BOOK 21, PAGES 57
3253.. est he nwas od FORTH IN SECTION AND 58, OF THE PUB-
32536. The names' Pa 733.702 OF THE LIC RECORDS OF-
IRT addresses of the Paer- FLORIDA PROBATE OKALOOSA COUNTY,
son a Representative CODE WILL BE FOR- FLORIDA.
and. ,of 'the' Personal VRARRED
SRe'prbsentative's attor- EVERfBARRED'. A/ 53 SULLIVAN
ney are set forth below. NOTWITHSTANDING STREET,' FORT WAL-
S reditors of th de- THE TIME PERIODS TON BEACH, FL
All iors fther e-r SET FORTH ABOVE, 32548 ,
cedent and other per- AN^Y CLAIM FILED
sons having claims or TWO (2) YEARS OR Any person claiming-an
"demands, "against MORE AFTER" THE interest in the surplus
cedent's estate, in- DECEDENT'S DATE from the sale, if any,
eluding e unmatured, OF DEATH IS other than the property
CUlT ar"n or ,unliqu- BARRED. owner as of the date of
E FIRST dated claims, on whom the Lis Pendens must
CUIT IN a .m.hustfle is Date of first publication file a claim within sixty
A with this CourtWITHIN of the Notice of Ad- (60) days after the sale.
,RDA THEW LATER OnF 3 ministration February 7,.
RIDA THE LATER T OF 3 2009. WITNESS MY HAND
DATE OF FIRST PUB- and the seal of this
LOCATION OF THIS JASON R. MOULTON Court on February 5,
S NOTICE. OR 30 DAYS 660 North Ferdon 2009.
D /NOTICEI OR 30 DAYS ,,,g o,,t- A '
AFTER THE DATE OF Boulevard, Suite A
ERCERcT OF A COPY Crestview, Florida Don W. Howard /
OF RTCS NOTIC ON 32536 .. CCark 'of the Circuit
OFTHIS NOTICE ON 850-689-1474 Court
Y THEM.'a Florida Bar No. By:Beth McDonald.,
(OR, a 0150126 Depu" Clerk
srson not All other creditors of .. euty Clerk,
her dead the decedent and other Attorney for Petitioner Publish in Crestview
Sda hd r News Bufletin
his un- persons havingclaims DEBORAH STONE Invoice To: Florida De-
evies, r an decedent's estate in 1602 U.S. Highway 11 fault Law Group, RL.
sorany decedent s estate' in- Marathon, New York RO.aBox2601
ming by, cluding unmatured, Marath303 New York PO. Box 25018 Florida
r against contingent or unl;qui 13803 33622-5018 Tampa,' Florida
RYOR,a dated claims, mus l.ie 02/15/09 F 0 8 0 2 5 6 9 1
person, their..claims with the 02/25/09 CENDANT-FNMAB-rhar
e either Court WITHIN 3 02/25/09 CENDANT-FNMA-B-rhar
and .her MONTHS, AFTER THE Aericans wnigith
levisees, DATE OF THE. FIRST Legal # 100503 DiSee Americans with
is, ranyPUBLICATION. OFL-II#100.503 Disabilities Act
min by, THIS NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT IMPORTANT
er, or r COURT OF THE In accordance with the
ALL CLAIMS.AND OB- FIRST JUDICIALIR- Americans with Disa-
JECTIONS NOT SO CUlT, IN AND FOR abilities Act,' Persons
FILED WILL BE FOR- OKALOOSA COUNTY, with disabilities need
YOR and EVER BARRED. FLORIDA FILE NO. wi les nee o
own nat- 08-CP-1435 DIVISION dotiosn participate in
Sknor AILEEN PATPE OBATE, this proceeding should
n heirs ,PersonalRepresenta-, IN RE: ESTATEOF contact Court Adminis-
ees as tlve e NELL WADE SHEEHAN tration at 101 James
or any 1413 28th Street Deceased. Lee stBoulevard LEast,
ning by Nicecille, Florida -C r e FL
against 32578 NOTICE TO CREDI- 32536-35; telephone
TORS number. (850)
.,MJCHAEL A .JO .ES,689-5000, Extension
n MCHAEL A.. JONES, 7497, prior tb the pro-
ESQ. The administration of rinP or Shalim
lED that POST OFFICE BOX ire estate of Nell Wade. edng 17 i7 a
at title to. 947 .deceased, Whose (850) 651-7497,
perty in NICEVILLE, FL date of death was Sep-,. IMPORTANT
ty, Flor-.32588-0947 tember .14, 2007 is "
S850-729-7440. : pending in the' Circuit In accordance with the
Florida Bar No. 332471 Court for' Okaloosa A"rcan withDisa
CK 57, Attorney for Personal County, Florida,. Pro- bilities Act, persons
STVIEW, Representative bate Division, the ad- with disabilities .need-
' PLAT. dress 'of which '101 'E. int spal need-
FILE 02/11/09 James Lee Blvd ., special accommo-
PAGE 02/18/09 Crestview, Florida thi. proceep p i its
ICE OF 32526.The names and t p proc n A huds
addresses of the per- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
sonal representative Parkway, Shalimar, FL;
S "and the person arkway Shaimar, FL
'. easn tathe personal t- 32579; telephone num-
F '' ep resentatlve's attor- ber (850) 651-497
ney are Setforth below prior to the proceeding.
i crJ ed.rors of the de- 02/18/09
ceden[ and other per- "/0
sons having claims or
-_- -a f-3 demands against Legal # 100506
... .... ^ 1 de,:edert's estate .must .
file their claims With this IN THE CIRCUIT'
court WITHIN 3 COURT OF THE
MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
DATE OF THE FIRST CUIT
create Injured? Told No PUBLICATION .OF IN AND FOR
posed. Case? Personal Injury/ THIS NOTICE. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
s, Power Wrongful Death Less FLORIDA"
iove, then 2 years, police re- ALL CLAIMS NOT CIVIL ACTION CASE
irUc/lns port/medical documen- FILED WITHIN THE NO.
.1258 station. AAA Attorney TIME PERIODS SET 46-2008-CA-003983
Referral Service, Inc FORTH IN SECTION DIVISION
(800)733-5342 733.702 QF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE WASHINGTON MU-
SCODE WILL BE FOR- TUAL BANK,
Elderlyv EVER BARRED. Plaintiff,


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NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
February 11, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Viki Levy Eskin
Florida Bar No.
0896357
Levy & Associates, RA.
1732 N. Ronald Regan
Blvd.
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vs.
BRADLEY M. FENN, et
al,
Defendant(s).
. NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated February 04,
2009 and entered in
Case N6.
46-2008-CA-003983 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, is the
Plaintiff and BRADLEY
M. FENN; ROBBIE
FENN; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR


ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 11 day of March,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:


2C, SHALIMAR, FL
32579

Any person claiming
an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, If


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689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- Horse Stables
ceeding. or Shalimar for rent in Holt
(850) 651-7497 Hay, Feed 2x day,
round pen / pasture
t rnout / 1 ele'tri,


any, other than the 02/18/09
LOT 28D, DIAMOND property owner as of 02/25/09
LAKES, A the date of the Ls
TOWNHOUSE DEVEL- Pendens must file a LEGAL#120175
OPMENT, ACCORD- claim within sixty (60)
ING TO THE PLAT days after the sale. IN THE CIRCUIT
THEREOF AS RE- COURT OF THE 1ST
CORDED IN PLAT WITNESS MY HAND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
BOOK 21, PAGES 1 TO and the seal of this AND FOR OKALOOSA
3, OF THE PUBLIC Court on February 11, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
RECORDS OF 2009. CASE NO.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Don W. Howard 46-2008CA-005477
FLORIDA. Clerk of the Circuit
Court THE BANK OF NEW
A/K/A 4217 JADE By:Viki Jackson YORK MELLON, AS
LOOP, DESTIN, FL Deputy Clerk SUCCESSOR TRUS-
32541 TEE UNDER
Publish in Crestview NOVASTAR MORT-
Any person claiming an News Bulletin GAGE FUNDING
interest in the surplus Invoice To: Florida De- TRUST, SERIES
from the sale, if any, fault Law Group, RL. 2006-3,
other than the property RO. Box 25018 Plaintiff
owner as of the date of Tampa, Florida
the Lis Pendens must 33622-5018 vs.
file a claim within sixty F 0 7 0 6 3 7 5 2
(60) days after the sale. GMAC-SPECFHLMC-R- 'SILVA, LOVELYN K., et
ejayska al.,
WITNESS MY HAND t Defendants
and the seal of this IMPORTANT NOTICE FACTION
Court on February 5, NOTICE OF ACTION
2009. In accordance with the T
Don W. Howard Americans with Disa- TO: LOVELYN. K. SILVA
Clerk' of the Circuit abilities Act, persons .488 CAPTAIN CIRCLE
Court with disabilities need- DESTIN, FL 32541
By:Beth McDonald ing- special accommo-
Deputy Clerk dation to participate in LOVELYN K. SILVA
this proceeding should 4421 COMMONS
Publish in Crestview contact Court Adminis- DRIVE, E309 DESTIN,
News Bulletin ration at 101 James FL 32541
Invoice To: Florida De- Lee Boulevard East,
fault Law Group, RL. CrestView, ', FL, STERLING BUILDING
P.O. Box 25018 32536-3515; telephone SPECIALISTS LLC. C/O
Tampa, Florida number (850) SILVA. CONSOLI-
33622-5018 689-5000, Extension DATED INTEREST,
F 0 8 0 5 8 4 7 7 7497, prior to the pro- INC. A FL. CORP, AS
WMFIDELITY-SPECFHL ceeding. or Shalimar ITS MANAGER 5647
MC-R-ejayska (850) 651-7497 11OTH' AVE N. ROYAL
**See Americans, with PALM BEACH, FL
Disabilities Act IMPORTANT 33411
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the. YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
In accordance with the Americans with Disa- TIFIED that an action to
Americans with Disa- abilities Act, person foreclose a mortgage
abilities Act, 'persons with disabilities' need- on the following de-
with disabilities need- ing special accommo- scribedd property lo-
ing special accommo- dation to participate in cated in Okaloosa
nation to participate in this proceeding should County, Florida:.
this proceeding should contact Court Adminis- Lot 41 COMMODORE
contact Court Adminis- tration at 1250 N. Eglin POINT, according to
tration at 101 James Parkway, Shalimar, FL, the Plat thereof as re-
Lee Boulevard East, 32579; telephone num- corded in Plat Book 16,
Crestview, FL, ber (850) 651-7497, Page(s). 73-76, f the
32536-3515; telephone prior tp he proceeding. Public Records of
number 1 (850) .02/18/09 Okaloosa County, Flor-
689-5000, Extension 02/25/09 d Iaa.
7497, prior to the pro- .. has been filed against
ceeding. or Shalimar . you; an you are re-
(850) 651-7497 Legal # 100510 quired to serve a copy
S.. of your written de-
IMPORTANT fenses, if any, to this
I' OA THE CIRCUIT COURT action, on' Greenspoon
In accordance with the OF THE FIRST'JUDI- Marder PA., Default
Americans with Disa-_ CIAL CIRCUIT Department, Attorneys'
abilities Act,' persons IN AND FOR for Plaintiff, whose ad-
with disabilitiespneed-. OKALOOSA COUNTY, dress is Trade Centre
ing special accommo- 'FLORIDA. South, Suite 700, 100
nation to participate in CIVIL ACTION CASE West Cypress Creek
this proceeding should, NO. 2007-CA-4592DI- Road, Fort Lauderdale,
contact Court Adminis- VISION 'FL 33309, and the. file
tration .at 1250' N. Eglin original with the Clerk
Parkway, Shalimar, FL : on or before March 30,
32579; telephone num STANDARD MORT- 2009; otherwise a de-
ber (850) 651-7497 GAGE CORPORATION, fault and a judgment
o-r r-e i prc.r-eo'n Plaintiff may be entered against
102119 .10'vs.. you for the relief de-
02/18/09 manded in the. Com-
DIANE K BREWER plaint.
SF/K/A DIANE K .BQNA- WITNESS MY. HAND
Legal # 100509 DONNA, et al,. AND SEAL OF SAID
I CI Defendant(s). COURT on this 11 day
IN THE CIRCUIT of. Feb., 2009.
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- AMENDED NOTICE As Clerk of said Court
SCUlT OF FORECLOSURE By: Beth McDonald
IN AND FOR SALE As Deputy Clerk
OKALOOSA COUNTY, HEREBY 02/18/2009
FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY 02/18/2009
CIVIL ACTION CASE GIVEN pursuant to an 02/25/2009 '
NO. 2007 CA006054 ATended. Firai Ju.g-
S DIVISION rr,rni : Moringage Fore-
closure dated
GMAC: MORTGAGE, .
LLC, 2009 and, entered in 1110
Plaintiff, Case NO.- Donate Your Vehicle
2007-CA-4592 f the 'Receive $1000 Grocery
vs. Circuit Court of the Coupon United Breast
FIRST Judic-il Crcu, 'Cancer Foundation
GARY R., SPENCER, et in and 'for, OKALOOSA Free Mammograms,
al, County, Fior,ada Breast Cancer Info
Defendantss. wherein STANDARD www.ubcf.info. Free
J MORTGAGE CORPO- Towing, Tax Deducti-
RATION, is the Plaintiff ble, Non-Runners Ac-
NOTICE OF RE- and DIANE K BREWER cepted, (888)468-5964.
SCHEDULED FORE- F'K'A DIAIE K BONA-
CLOSURE SALE DONNA, GARY C. .
BONADONNA; .,RE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIONS 'BANK SUC- >llM a
GIVEN pursuant to an CESSOR BY MERGER 1120
.Order Rescheduling TO AMSOUTH BANK;,
Foreclosure Sale dated are the Defendants, I
February 9', 2009 and will sell to the highest rn A
entered in Case- NO and best' bidder for fW 1
.2007 CA 006054 S of cash at CRESTVIEW:
the Circuit Court of the SOUTH FRONT DOORand
FIRST Judicial Circuit OF THE OKALOOSA anie an
in and for OKALOOSA COUNTY COURT- Melisa
County, Florida HOUSE, SHALIMAR: IN CreceliUS
wherein GMAC MORT- FRONT OF CLERK'S Welcome
GAGE, LLC, is. the FRONT DOOR OF Welcome
Plaintiff and GARY R. SHALIMAR ANNEX at Twins!
,SPENCER; 'FIRST NA- 11:00AM, on the 24 day Daniel and Melisa
TIONAL BANK & of March, 2009, the fol- Crecelius, of Crest-
TRUST; FINISTERRA lowing described prop- view, welcomed their
CONDOMINIUM ASSO- erty as set forth in said twins into the world.
CIATION,. INC.; are FinalJudgment: A perfect pair; one
the Defendants, I will' boy and one girl,
sell to the highest and LOT 39, BLOCK. 4, Kaden Austin and
best bidder for cash at COLONY ESTATES, Alana Kaylee were
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S ACCORDING TO THE born on Wednesday,
FRONT DOOR OF PLAT THEREOF AS February 11, 2009 at
SHALIMAR ANNEX at RECORDED IN PLAT 8:45 A.M.
11:00AM, on the 17 day BOOK 2, PAGE 134, Congratulations!
of March, 2009, the fol- OF THE PUBLIC REC- Also, Happy Birthday
lowing described prop- ORDS OF OKALOOSA Melisa!
erty as set forth in said COUNTY, FLORIDA. .
Final Judgment:
Final Judgment: A/K/A 327 PLYMOUTH -----
THE CONDOMINIUM AVENUE, FT WAL- ,.,
TON FRL 32547C


PARCEL, KNOWN AS ,U, rl. FIL '15
APARTMENT UNIT
NO. C, BUILDING NO. Any person claiming
2, OF FINISTERRA, A an Interest in the sur-
CONDOMINIUM AC- plus from the. sale, if
CORDING TO THE any, other than the
DECLARATION 'OF property owner as of
CONDOMINI UM the date of the Lis
THEREOF, DATED Pendens.must file a
SEPTEMBER 26, 1979 claim within sixty (60)
AND RECORDED IN days after the sale.
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1060, PAGES WITNESS' MY HAND
\963 THROUGH 1008, and the seal of this
INCLUSIVE, AND Court on February 12,
AMENDMENT TO 2009, 2009.
DECLARATION OF _
CONDOMINIUM Don W. Howard
DATED MARCH 8, Clerk of the Circuit
1980 AND RE- Court
CORDED IN OFFICIAL By:Viki Jackson
RECORDS BOOK Deputy Clerk
1090, PAGES 1549
THROUGH 1555, IN- Publish in Crestview
CLUSIVE, AND PUR- News Bulletin
SUANT TO SURVEY, Invoice To: Florida De-
PLOT PLAN AND fault Law Group, RL.
GRAPHIC DESCRIP- RO. Box 25018
TION OF IMPROVE- Tampa, Florida
MENTS RECORDED 33622-5018
IN CONDOMINIUM F07039344
PLAT BOOK 1, STANDARDMC-SPECF
PAGES 197 AND 198, HLMC-R-ejayska
ALL OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, IMPORTANT
FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH ALL APPURTE- In accordance with the
NANCES. TO SAID Americans with Disa-
CONDOMINIUM PAR- abilities Act, persons
CEL, AND THE UNDI- with disabilities need-
VIDED INTEREST IN ing 'special accommo-
.THE COMMON ELE- dation to participate in
MENTS APPURTE- this proceeding should
NANT THERETO A contact Court Adminis-
SET OUT IN SAID tration at 101 James
DECLARATION. Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
A/K/A 101 OLD 32536-3515; telephone
FERRY ROAD UNIT number (850)


2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pels/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



1 2 1oo-00
Teacup Chihuahua 1
female $325 ready
3/10. 2 small chihua-
huas 1 male 1 females
$300 ready 3/24. Call
Diane 652-4122



2110


NEW roDAY
Loving'Male
Cats
Two neutered indoor
males need loving
home. We are unable
to keep them due to life
changes. Serious in-
quiries please, they
come with .new Lit-
termaid, kitty castle. All
shots current. Please
call Tom 758-5981


trainer. Close to Black-
water River trails.
$225mo. 585-5008










3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
.3270 -Jewelry/Clothing
3280- Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



1 -.3100
All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1007





Kenmore Elite
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HE 4.7 cf capacity, top
load. Sears. model
#28062. Orig. $1100,
sell $650 obo. Brand
new,, still in the box.
Call 865-6607




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niture & Antiques at a
reasonable rate. Call
826-0349



S 3230
Crestview
5 Family Yard
Sale
Sat. Feb. 21,
7am-11am, 1176
. Farmer St. Furniture,
Kitchen items house
decor, cloths (all sizes)
kids toys.

TUPPERWARE
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Owners manual, tire
cover, etc. Any items
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4120 Sales
4130 Employment
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Crestview Insurance
Agency is seeking a re-
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Must have computer
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1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575mo / $550dep, 12
mo Ise req. 585-6985
Crestview- 2Br, 1Ba,
Downtown, WS&G in-
cluded. $475 mo
682-8483 or 865-3421
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk.Call 682-4466

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777 Texas Pkwy. $500.
mo + $300. dd. Call
689-4442 or 240-0474

Crestview
3BR/1BA on First
Ave. Lg fenced yard,
2 car garage, pets
ok, possible Section
8, no lease required,
no credit check,
$750. mo + DD
available around.
3-1-09. Call Bob at
683-1040 or
902-0223

Crestview
4BR/2BA 2100 sq ft.
fenced yard. Pets ok-
No Lease required,:
No credit check. Off
Antloch, $1000. mo.
plus DD, Available
3-1-09, Call Bob at
683-1040 or


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 acre
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950, 3 br,12 ba, 1cg
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets ,.
* 290 Main Street
Commercial $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr
lease, no inside smok-
ing. Pet fees are non-
refundable. -
Call Debra
Frost 682-6156


J O"f l ... 902-0223. Must see *
Crestview- Nice 2 BR to appreciate! : --- aa
Education Apts. $500. mo '+ $500. 6160
Education dd. ome ,. utilities Crestview ..' . .
furnished Section 8 Highly Roommate to share
Now accepting appli O.K. No. Pets 1yr. Desirable : 3br 2ba, brick, house'
.tions for enploymen Lease req. Call $450mo includes all
at Learning Tree Day 978-8274 ,Grandview utils & cable. Call
School, Inc., 201 Valley Grandvew til &cable.Call
Road. Must be at least Crestilew, Bent Creek Heights 689-8978
18 years of age. Apply Apartments I, Vouchers 3br 2ba fenced yard, .
in person only. Accepted. Rental assis most appi, hardwood
tance may be available., floors. new carpet. beau.
--O 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC -,tul lanoscapng & unilhly R
A accessible apartments. sred. Pels OK w/,ppr. 6170
fIN W 209 Bent Creek Road, .$850/mo + $850 DD.
Crestview, FL. Call 301-659-7777. Crestview 2' bedroom
Food Serv/Hospitality 850-682-5563, home. No pets $550
TDD/TTY 711. Equal Crestview Smallo
Multiple Housing Opportunity 2BR/1BA 609 E. Chest 50-682-1972
nut Ave. $395. mo De- 850-682-1972
Positions FWB $590, 2BR/1BA posit & Lease Re-
Heritage Plantation W/D incl. Cats ok quired. Call 978-6305 Crestview 2bd 2ba on
Golf & CC is looking to Close to both bases quiet lot $495. mo.
hire the following posi- no smoke/8506213160 Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba quiet lot $362-9845
tions: S fun sh home. ONLY $800 mo! 362-9845
* Overnight Securit Small, furnished effi- Call Jenny at Pelican
SOvernight Securityciency apartment. $85 Real Estate 315-0972- Crestview Nice 3 bd 2
Gu Snack Bard Attendant week, $100. damage CrestviewNice 3bd 2
SSnack Bart Attendant deposit. Utilities & Di- Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba, be on quiet lot $575 mo
PleGolf Cart Attendant rect TV included 2 cg, FPR 1635sf. 3 yrs +dd. call 850-362-9845
Please fax resumes to 689-7574 old. $995 mo+dd.pet
850 652-2030 or fill out ok 850-865-2823
an application at the ok 850-865-2823 Crestview, 2 Bedroom
Pro' Shop. For any 'Crestview- Best Deal 1 bath on 1 acre $400
questions call in Town! New 3br, 2ba, per month and $400
850-652-2555 61230 2 cg, quiet. cul-de-sac deposit, call 682-9653
SALE S'P ERSON Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba $795 mo+dd. Call 850 or 582-5148
WANTED: Should TH, $750 mo+dd. No 305-8039
have 3-5 years exp. en- smoke/pets. Near'
ergetic, paid by com- Walker Elem. 240-0890 Crestview- South of
mission, fax resume to 110. Sbr, 2ba, mostly,,
850-234-7848 Crestview- 3 br, til, Cathedral ceilings, Do Something Good
S2. 5ba lcg TH- near privacy: fence, $750mo
"shoppingW/D i hkup +82 84750 or 8 50- For Tomorrow
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Driver- Join PTL today $11,000l Only' $199/ hind Hospital Pets
Company drivers earn Mo! 5% down 15 years ok. Avail now. David ,
up to 38 cpm. 1/2cpm @ 8% apr. Buy, 4 BR 850-826-1662 ,
increase every 60K ml- $259/Mol for. listings
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Earn Extra Income (850) 689-1515 or (850) 850-499-7412
Mailing Brochures. 682-5922-EHO
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Foundation seeks ener- unit Triplex 682-1800
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representatives to help 2br, 1ba 900sf, $500 Baker .'
find homes for int'l ex- enc$56
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mission / travel bene-. 5332 Vernon Tayor 3 br, 2ba; $795 326 K Lme
fits. Must -be 25+.'Rd 2br,lba 896sf 32-Ke .-
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Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
-bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-,
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
w/all brick hearth,
vaulted -ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $299,000. Call
850 226-6754



Holt -..1BR/1.5BA newly
remodeled great rental.
$60,000. Call 398-5005




LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for invest-'
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Navarre
Waterfront
2 story, 4 br,. 2 /2 ba,
2150sf home on lafge
natural lot. 9' ceilings,.
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen.
Lg. whirlpool tub and
separate shower in
master bath. Beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. Priced to sell
at the reduced price of
$246,350. Call 850
685-8048 leave msg.


7100 Homes
7105- Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
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NEW uDlAY

A Hidden Gem'
is found in this lovely
new home with a creek
flowing across the rear
of. this .25 acre lot.'
This .area could be
made into a beautiful
natural garden.. Home
is full of. upgrades and
on a quiet, dead end
street in a good neigh-
borhood. 3BR,. 2BA,
1CG. $129,995.
Full Acre lot just a little
way out of town, all'-
brick home, quality
built 3BR, 2BA, 2CG;
1632 SF, with covered
back porch.' $174,995.
MOSSY HEAD
Conveniently located
Between Crestview,
De-Funiak, Hwy 285,
and 1-10. New energy
efficient homes starting
-at $84,995.
SHomes with Acreage
Make that dream come
true before prices go
back up!
Home to be built to
suit on full acre lot
with stream, minutes
from city limits.

NEW LISTING -
ALL BRICK
1791 SF, 3BR,, 2BA, on
/ acre lot, chain link
fenced back yard, just
outside city limits. Lots
of upgrades including
metal roof, all laminate
& tile floors, and others
make for a truly enjoy-
able home $147,500.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty, Inc.
'850-689-1334
850-582-3806.


6140 6140 61707100
Crestview 205 AZA MIIIIgan 2br, 2ba, Holt 2 BR/1BA on pri-
PL. 3BR/2BA CH&A 2000sf, $900/mo + vate lot. ref. & dep. Behind on Payments?
fened in yard. $695. mo $925 dep. no smoke/ 850-499-7412 / Facing Foreclosure?
+ DD. Call 682-9333 or pets. Approx. 1mi. 850-537-8528 We buy houses. Call
682-8665 North of Caution Light 850 537-9587
on Hwy 4. 240-0890 Holt 3db .2ba 1 acre.
private lot, ref. & dep.
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Crestview 2BR/1BA NfW D A \


Crestview- 3 or 6 Acre
home site hill top
peaceful setting. Af-
fordable private sale.
$16K/acre. Clear Creek
Estates 758-9254

Crestview- Beautifully
wooded lot on
cut-a-sak in Subdiv. In-
dian 'Trail,(off Old
Bethel) 110'x280'. Call
830-6397

Florida Land Bargain
of the Century! 2 acre
waterfront homesite
only $69,900.
(appraised at
$169,900). Private,
gated community with
2 recreational lakes.
Municipal water &
sewer. Low taxes. Just
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New Govern-
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Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
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Clayton Homes:
850-682-3344

Owner Finance
3Br, 2Ba, finished
drywall, built on
porches. Loaded for
only $600mo. Call
683-0856 for details.




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Coldwell Banker.
United, Realtors


| 7190
NC Mountain Land 5+
acres w/ 10ft waterfall,
in established commu-
nity, great views, lots of
options, only $99,500,
owner (866)789-8535

Now is the time to buy
your Tennessee lake
property. Four seasons
& no state income tax.
Call Lakeside Realty
(888)291-5253 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.
com







AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
I RECREATIONAL... |
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
.8240B- Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviatlon,
8320 ATV/Ott Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
'8340 Motorhomes




$2500 Below
NADA & Ext
Warranty




PONTIAC G6
2006
Stylish & Sporty
45K miles, 4dr, V6,
AT, loaded, white/
black, 28 MPG,
moon- roof, remote
start, extended war-
ranty, exc cond.
NADA $12,950, ask-
ing $10,500. Call eve-
nings after 5pm
614-633-7822


Kenneth

.. Cadenhead
"' .- Sales Professional for
Award Chevrolet, would

CHEVOJOLET ;. like to answer any
l questions you may have
about our quality vehicles.

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682-2731


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1990 01ds Eihghr f Eighl $4.900
2004 Saturn Ion $7,900
2003 HONDA CIVIC EX $9,900
2005 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $9,900
2006 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2.5 $11,900


2008 FORd RANGER :$11,9008 2003 HONDA ODYSSEY $7,900
2007 CHEVY COLORADO Z71 $13,900 2004 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT $9,900
2005 CHEVYAVALANCHE Z71 "$16,900 2004 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY $10,900
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW $16,900 2002 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT $11,900
2008 GMC SIERRA CREW 4WD $27,900 2007 HONDA CRV EX-L NAV $20,900,


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FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

SINCE 1946

PONFrdtAC. nBld.cK- (cw 5), Crestview, FL
4300 S. Ferdon Blvd. (Hwy. 85), Crestview, FL (850) 682-2708


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Mazda 626 ES 1998
One owner $3700. call
537-8045

Police Impounds for
Sale! 97 Honda Civic
$500! 97 VW Jetta
$750! for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271

Police Impounds! 97
Honda Civic $500! 97
Honda Accord $700!
97 Toyota Camry $700!
for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9275









Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4
2001
89K miles, leather, CD
changer, moonroof.
Loaded! 573-310-3382

Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K
mi, ext war, CD
changer, satellite radio,
white w/ blk soft top
(619) 204-1406

Looking for
1997 Land
Rover
Discovery Items
Owners manual, tire
cove?, etc. Any items
for that vehicle would
be considered! A
wrecked one to buy
parts off also Please
call 864-5745, leave
message if no answer. -



I 8170
Tires & Rims
(4) 16"' Toyota Solara
rims & tires. Rims in
great condition. Tires
have 40% tread left.
$100 OBO. Call
428-0589


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7150

Big Lot Smallest
Price 112 acres just
$99,900. Best neigh-
borhood in Tallahassee
area! Rare spacious
country living close to
everything! Great for
kids w/horse privileges.
Best Price Ever, A Must
See. \Great Financing
(866)938-1521


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business directory


Family Owned and Operated
Trammel, CharMel & Timmy


CALL ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT

Ph: 850.682.5233 or 850.892.3852
Fax: 850.682.9679


Any purchase of .-
1/2 Carat or Larger "-" ^-
Solitaire Diamond,
Automatically Registers
you into a Cruise Giveaway!






C ustom Designs & Settings
Ctoesni0 [ [' Repairs -Engraving -Laser Wglding
FINE JEWELRY 850-683-8004


Possum Ridgi
BBI & Catering


Wednesday Sunda
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852 North Fordon Blvld
Crestview o FL
Right next to Lewis & Comipan, _


850-82


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I CRESTVIEW CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON.- THUR. 11 AM 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
FRI.-SAT.-11AM-10PM o n OO 1 I
SUNDAY -12 8 PM OO..O689. 137 I


Katharine',
Studio One

Crestview"
606 James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536.
Sr : 682-6634


Fort Walton Beach
745 Beal Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach
243-0203


BBB
NowAccepting
VISA


New Installations
Pump Outs Repairs
Permit Packages Available
Fill Dirt *Land Clearing
Serving
Okaloosa Walton Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years!
Now Accepting
BBB ...S
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for your Hunting or Shooting needs.
Treestacnids Blinds C'amo
Come see our Large Showroom
and Knowledgeable Staff.
If we don't have it we'll get it!
OPEN: TUE.- SAT. 9AM 6PM
Conveniently located 1 mile S. of 1-10. Across from Award Chevorlet

4381 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit 6 & 7, Crestview, FL 32539
at Emerald Coast Hospice
we treat patients like family





If someone you love is terminally ill, Emerald Coast Hospice is
here for you. Our "every moment matters" approach ensures
that patients' live out their days with dignity and respect. At
Emerald Coast our warm, caring team provides spiritual,
emotional and medical support for patients and their families.
Our entire staff is dedicated to delivering compassionate care
through our team approach.
for more information, call
850.689.0300
A'Emerald Coast
hospice,
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