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CHS senior Jennifer Wright's work
of culinary art deemed state's best


Brian Hughes.
Crestview News Bulletin
Like a landscape artist with a cam-
elhair brush or a sculptor wielding a
chisel, Crestview High
School senior Jennifer
Wright's fingers flew .
as she manipulated a
succession of knives to
produce an extraordi- -
nary work of art -- us-
ing a watermelon. I,
Her elegant, sculp-
ture not only won first
prize in the statewide
culinary arts. compe- .
tition in Orlando, but
$21,000 in scholarships
as well.
Wright was part of
a team from culinary
arts instructor Paula
Knight's classes that
qualified for the corn-
petition. The team
placed third in the ""
state. Wright's 'melon-
cprving skills were
deemed the. state's
best.
The subject matter
Wright chose, a pair of
melons carved to look
like giant strawber-
ries, was suggested by
Knight.
"I had it on my
computer as a screen
saver,' Knight said. "I -j
said to Jennifer, 'This
is what I want you to .
do.'"
As Wright garnished
her carving with intricate stems and
leaves carved from gourds and cu-
, cumbers, Knight observed, "It's a


very high skill level. She won a lot of
scholarships."
in addition to the competition med-
al, Wright won a $5,000 scholarship
from the Florida Culinary Arts Insti-
tute, a $10,000 scholar-
ship from Keiser Uni-
^ J i versity and the Center
it t for Culinary Arts, and
a complete two-year
scholarship to the
Daytona School of Cu-,
linary Arts.
Even more as-
tounding: Wright be-
came involved in cu-
linary arts only two
years ago. The impe-
tus td try her hand in
the kitchen came from
two sources.
S* "When I came into
high school I was
looking for another
Selective," Wright said,
"and my dad had been
complaining we didn't
No' ^ fr do enough homemade
t food."
The prize-winning
culinary artist has
already begun receiv-
ing commissions. Last
weekend she prepared
a birthday cake shaped
like a Hdt Wheels car
for a neighbor's son.
d sno The boy is 'a big fan
*h with of the die-cast cars,
*ihe w a Wright explained.
lina art Sweets and pastries
are definitely Wright's
preferred forte.
"My favorite things
to prepare are key lime cake or my
grandma's recipe for Snickerdoo-
dies," she said.


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
INPUT: Cal Zethmyer of WAAZ/WJSB radio,
chairman of the Chamber of Commerce
governmental affairs committee, left, and
Crestview city council member Bob Allen,
right, discuss the Crestview Airport master
plan with consultant Jonathan Hand of
PBS&J.


Master plan:

Improvements

coming to Bob

Sikes Airport

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
City and community leaders, members of
the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
and business community, and interested citi-
zens were on hand as county airport officials
unveiled the preliminary master plan for Crest-
view's Bob Sikes Airport on Wednesday morn-
ing.
At the meeting, held in the conference room
of the new North Okaloosa Fire District air-
port fire station, county airports director Greg
Donovan introduced the plan, stressing it is
preliminary and will evolve with input from all
interested parties.
"Don't think this is a completed program,"
Donovan said. "We need to have a road map
on how we're going to expand in the future. We
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Local


Laurel Hill picks a mayor on March 10


Election Day is March 10 for
mayor of Laurel Hill. Registered city
residents have the option of voting for
one of these three neighbors: Ferrin
Campbell Jr., Larry Hendren
and Vizell Robbins.
If you are unable to go to
the polling place, then you can
request a mail-in absentee bal- ..4
lot by phone, e-mail or in writ-
ing. Early voting will be held
in the Crestview Supervisor
of Elections office Mondays EST
through Saturdays from Feb. RO
23 through March 7. Election Up on
Day hours at the Laurel Hill p on
polling place (First Baptist
Church fellowship hall) are from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. on March 10. '
Come out, rain or shine, and acti-
vate your privilege to cast a vote for
the man you feel is the best to help
our city grow and prosper.
The Hilltopper ladies met Tues-
day for lunch and fellowship at the
Laurel Hill Grill. McDonald Campbell
greeted neighbors before entering
the Hobo Room, where Cassie Rog-
ers, Eula Mae Harrison, Barbara
Maples, Edna Gella and Bertie Ann
Curenton were waiting. Our waitress,
Penny, served us graciously. Cassie
is celebrating her 82nd birthday this
month. Edna is happy to be home and
able to get out after her heart surgery
several months ago. Bertie Ann told
us the news of triplets at her house!
Their mama goat, Sparkles, gave
birth to three adorable kids. Barbara
told us some stories of her growing-


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up years, which led to wild flowers
growing in the woods.
Before we left the table we recog-
nized friends from yesteryears, Jackie
and Jerry Fortune with their
lovely wives, coming in for
lunch at the Grill. Jackie hails
S from Knoxville, Tenn. Jerry
has too many grandchildren
S .' in Texas to ever think about
returning to his roots. We had
S a wonderful visit and picture
:LLE taking before we ladies had
to depart. (Jerry is a faithful
ERS reader of the Crestview News
he Hill Bulletin).
The Hilltoppers meet the
third Tuesday of each month in the
Hobo Room at 11 a.m. We encourage
more ladies to attend, regardless of
age, for a dose of cheerful conversa-
tion and good food.
Welcome to Florida! Apostolic
Life Tabernacle in Crestview has a
new pastor, the Rev. Michael Bras-
well, and wife, Tara. They have a
handsome 5-year-old son, Chase.
You might guess correctly that
my friends and I enjoy tea parties. It
is the most pleasant diversion, from
the cares of life. Erica Teets, owner
of Bee House Tea Service, catered
another tea for the DeFuniak Springs
Community Center. Kathleen and I
enjoyed the delicious and beautifully
served food, new friends and Erica's
presentation on tea. Ring Erica at
850-892-2129 for more information.
The Alzheimer's Support Group
meeting is held on the third Thursday


ESTELLE ROGERS I Crestview News Bulletin
NEW APOSTOLIC LIFE TABERNACLE
PASTOR: The Rev. Michael and
Tara Braswell with son, Chase.
of each month at 2 p.m. at First Bap-
tist Church in Laurel Hill. Gathering
with a group of like-minded neighbors
brings information and help to each
one. Meeting someone who experi-
ence's the same living style lets us
know we are not alone in this sad bat-
tle of life. For more information, call
Carolyn Williams at 850-598-1057.
Professional house cleaning
services are available in Laurel Hill.
Alpha & Omega cleaning services are
licensed and insured. Charming Car-
la and her helpers furnish all supplies
and equipment. What a joy to come
home to a clean house at a reason-
able price. Call 850-305-6242 for a free
estimate.
Neither death, nor life ...norheight,
nor depth, nor any other creature
shall be able to separate us from the
love of God. -Romans 8:38, 39


JOHN E. FOUNTAIN
December 3, 1932 February 22, 2008
Little I knew that morning, God was going to call
your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do
the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go
alone, for part of me went with you the day God called
you home. You left us beautiful memories, your love is
still our guide, and though we cannot see you, you are
always by our side.
In loving memory by his wife, Eva and all the family.


Saturday, February 21, 2009


County announces


Baker Arena schedule


Special to the News Bulletin

One of Okaloosa Coun-
ty's valuable secrets is the
Baker Arena at the Baker
Area Recreation & Com-
munity Center.
The park boasts two
arenas, 196 stalls, and can
accommodate travelers
with water and electricity
hookups for recreational
vehicles. There is also a
community center, walking
trail, picnic areas, a play-
ground and more.
The Baker indoor arena
comes highly recommend-
ed by those who have uti-
lized the facility.
The Baker Area Rec-
reation and Community
Center is at 5503 State
Road 4 in Baker. For more
information and for up-
dates, visit www.okaloo-
safl.com.


ARENA SCHEDULE
FOR 2009
* May 9: Dixie Gulf
Arabian. Horse
Association open
horse show
* May 15-17: Florida
Panhandler Australian
Shepherd Dog Show
* June 6: DGAHA open
horse show
* Sept. 12: DGAHA
open horse show
* Oct. 3: DGAHA open
horse Show
* Oct. 23-25: Florida
Panhandler Australian
Shepherd Dog Show
* Nov. 20-21, 23:
Dixie Gulf Panhandle
Ruff Out Class "A"
Arabian Horse Show


Fred Weekley Sr., a 22-
year resident of Crestview,
passed away peacefully
in his sleep surrounded
by family on Friday, Feb.
13, 2009, following a brief
illness.
Fred was born in
Waterlpo, Iowa, on
March 8, 1927, to Ted and
Gladys (Widner) Weekley.
He married Darlyne
Loney, also of Waterloo,
'in October 1947 while
serving three years of
service in the U.S. Army.
Fred worked for the
Illinois Central Railroad for
36 years and retired as the
roundhouse foreman.
He is survived by his
wife of 61 years, Darlyne,
also of Crestview; four
sons and a daughter, CSM
(retired) Fred Jr. and
Patti of Columbus, Ga.,
MSgt. (USAF, retired)
Sam of Crestview, CSM


(retired) Ted and Terri of
Woodbridge, Va., Larry
of Spartanburg, S.C.,
and Denice Williams
of Crestview; six
grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren; one
sister; and three brothers.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, an
infant son, a grandson
and one sister. A private
memorial will be held for
immediate family.
The family wishes to
extend a special thank
you to all the folks at
Emerald, Coast Hospice ,
and requests that any
memorials be sent to them
in lieu of flowers.
Arrangements are
entrusted to Crestview
Memorial Funmeral Home.
You may offer condolences,
share memories and sign
the guestbook at www.
crestviewmemorialfh;com.


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Your Hometown Bank Since 1956!.

M ark Waggy, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
National Bank of Crestview, began his banking career here, as a teller,
26 years ago. A graduate, of Crestview High School, Mark has completed
numerous banking courses and graduated from the University of Florida
Ban king School in 2005. Mark is married and the father of two sons. He is an
avid El, is fan and can be seen driving around town in his restored 1949 fire-
engine red Ford truck. When asked to comment about working at the bank,
he rephed, "I enjoy working here and I like the one on one contact with the
I customers. I try to treat each one of them the way I would like to be treated.
The people here are like family and we still have that friendly hometown


Arnold Treadway, 73,
of Crestview, passed away
Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009, at
Parthenon Healthcare. He
was born June 7, 1935, in
Covington County, Ala.
He was self-employed
as a small engine
repairman and had a lawn
care service.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Richard and Eva Treadway,
and sister, Inez Centner.
Survivors include his
sister, Gracie Jones and


her husband Carlos Jones
Sr., and several nieces and
nephews.
Graveside funeral
services were held at 2
p.m. Friday, Feb. 20 at
Live Oak Baptist Church
Cemetery.
Brackney Funeral
Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Arnold
Treadway online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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Saturday, February 21, 2009


From the PULPIT



A promise


you can take.


to heart

Erwin Lutzer told
this story:
I was preaching
in the Midwest one
day when a woman
came to me with a
little girl at her side.
This woman showed
by the cast on her REV. MARK
arm and some scars BROADHEAD
on the side of her From the Pulpit
face that she had
been in the hospital.
She said, "I was in the hospital
because of a very serious fire.
There were burns over two-thirds
of my body. My husband walked
into the hospital room, took one
look at me, and said, 'You're not the
woman I married.'He left her to
marry someone younger and more
beautiful."
. Unfortunately, many people base
their "love" for another on how the
other person makes them feel. This
makes love a fickle feeling at best.
There is truly a difference
between infatuation, romantic love
and lasting love. Infatuation and
romantic love convey the messages,
"I love you because..." then fill in the
blank I love you because you make
me laugh. Or make me smile. Or
because you look good.
Or it might sound like, "I love you
when..." you look good. Smell good.
Cook for me. Give me gifts. Spend
time with me.
What happens when the
'"because" or the "when" disappears?
What happens when the other no
longer makes you laugh, or smile?
What happens when the little gifts
stop, or less time is spent? It feels as
though the love has gone out of the
relationship, which must mean the
relationship is over.
Immature love says, '"As long as
you stimulate me, as long as I can
be proud of you, as long as you're
beautiful, I can love you. If you
change, my love for you changes."
It is unrealistic for us human
beings to not change physically, not
to have our feelings and emotions
change. It is inevitable. This is
why love based on a feeling is so
dangerous.
A survey was once done with
couples.
When they first got married they
were asked the question, "Why are
you getting married?"
The most frequent response was,
"Because we are in love."'
Years later, those still married
were asked a second questions "Why
do you stay married?"
The greatest response was,
"Because we trust each other.",
Over the years the "feelings" of
love transformed into trust. Trust is
what makes relationships last, not
necessarily feelings.
Is your relationship with Jesus.
Christ based on feelings or on trust?
If itis based solely on feelings,
what happens to your faith when
difficulties strike and you feel
distance from Him, or as though He
doesn't care? Do you turn your back
on Jesus because it seems like He
no longer cares, and the relationship
must be over? Do you wonder if He
ever did care in the first place?
Remember, feelings are fickle.
When your relationship with Jesus
is based on trust, you know beyond
all doubt that no matter what you'
go through, no matter how distant
He may feel, no matter how difficult
your circumstances may seem, He is
present withyou, has not abandoned
you and will not let you go through
your difficult time alone. This kind of
trust is based on a lasting love, not a
fickle feeling. It means you will stick
with Him just as he sticks with you
no matter what.
Don't allow yourself to be swayed
by fickle feelings. Stand firm in your
trust for God, Jesus, and the Holy
Spirit. You will never be abandoned
ever! Jesus said, "And be sure of
this: I am with you always, even to
the end of the age." (Matthew 28:20).
This is His promise. It is a promise
you can take to heart.
The choice is between fickle
feelings and truthful trust. Which will
you choose?

The Rev. Mark Broadhead


is pastor at the Laurel Hill
Presbyterian Church at 8115 Fourth
St. in Laurel Hill (phone 652-2164)
and the First Presbyterian Church
of Crestview at the intersection of
U.S. Highway 90 and State Road
85 in the heart of Crestview (phone
682-2835). Sunday morning worship
is at 9 'a.m. in Laurel Hill and 11
a.m. in Crestview. Web site: www.
firstpresbyterian-Frestview.org.


Religion


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PRIZED
SPEAKER:
Guest speaker
Augustine
Crier of
Amite, La
poses with
a giveaway
scarf provided
by 24/'7
Apparel on
Main Street


Rejuvenation by Ro Salon

PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN

ENJOYING THE PARTY: Guests Mae Retha (of Crestview) and son Ulysses Coleman (of Atlanta) at the Mount Zion African
'Methodist Episcopal Church Young People's Department (YPD) Valentine's Day Ball


Attendees have a ball at AME Valentine's event


Special to the News Bulletin

Mount Zion African Method-
ist Episcopal Church Young Peo-
ple's Department (YPD) held a
Valentine's Day Ball fundraiser'
this past Saturday.
The purpose of the fundraiser
was to raise money for the YPD
to attend its annual Youth Edu-
cation Conference in Orlando
this summer. The YPD drew
profits of over $810.
The YPD received support
from Crestview. city council


member Charles Baugh and his
wife. Local businesses also sup-
ported the YPD with door prize
sponsorship and catering.
George Stakley and Mary:
Jones each won a $25 gift certifi-
cate for salon services provided
by Rejuvenation by Ro Salon.
The proprietors of the salon, Eli
and Rosetta German, also sup-
ported the event by purchasing
tickets.
Augustine Crier, the guest
speaker, won a scarf sponsored
by 24/7 Apparel. Both Pearl McK-


HAPPY BIRTHDAY

TO WESTSIDE PASTOR, WIFE






















SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
HAPPYM BIRTHDAY: A birthday celebration will be held Sunday
for the Rev. T.V; Kolmetz, who turned 83 on Feb. 19, and Mrs.
Jean Kolmetz, who turns 79 on March. 1. The celebration will be
held at Westside Assembly of God at 179 Kit Dr. in Crestview,.
beginning with Suniday School at 9:45 a.m. and morning.
: worship at 1 1 a.m. Lunch will immediately follow morning
worship, Please bring your favorite covered- dish to .share. For
additional information, contact Victor Kolmetz at 689-3302.,


Church BRIEFS


lease turn in your church news outreach activities.
's to the News Bulletin by 2 p.m. Participants may sell whatever
Vednesdays. they like at a cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions are available in-
EVENTS side.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for de-
EEPIN' IT REAL: Sonlight tails. The church is located at 424
nant Church's youths will host Garden St. in Crestview.
icert and drama offering a fresh BOYS' CHOIR CONCERT:
oach to teenage relationships to- Friday at First United Methodist
at 3 p.m. at the church, located at Church, 103 First St., SE, in Fort Wal-
)akdale Drive in Crestview. De- ton Beach.
www.youtube.com/olepetekey- 'The Boys' Choir of Tallahassee
is a community based outreach pro-
VIPOSITION AT ST. MARK: St. gram for males, ages eight to 18.
k United Methodist Church at Tickets available from Destin at
PJ Adams Pkwy. in Crestview Pavlic's Unique Florist; Sandestin
host an Imposition of Ashes and at Kitchenique; Niceville at Bayou
union on Wednesday from 5 to Books; Fort Walton Beach at Play-
1. Call 682-5280 for details. ground Music, PS Gifts, and in the
ILGRIM REST EVENTS: Pil- church office.
Rest Baptist Church, located Advance tickets are $12 for adults
tate Road 4, one mile south of and $6 for students. Tickets at the
;r, invites you to join for the fol- door, if available, are $15 for adults
ag: and $8 for students.
A free showing of the movie Details: 243-9292 or 243-6083 or
*proof" on Sunday at 6 p.m. A online at www.firstartsconcerts.org.
rate movie for children will be PINE TERRACE SCHEDULE:
vn in the Fellowship Hall. Pine Terrace Baptist Church, at 6212
A free concert featuring the Pine Blossom Rd. in Milton, is host-
k Trammell Trio on Feb. 27 at 7 ing the following event:
A love offering will be taken. Wild Game Dinner for a "Men's
or details on any of these events, Night Out." Men of all ages are invit-
537-9221. ed to attend this free dinner of veni-
PIPHANYTAILGATESALES: son, roast geese, duck gumbo and
Leld on the first Saturday of the more on March 7 at 5 p.m. For details
th. Funds generated are used on these events, call (850) 623-3954 or
Epiphany Episcopal C hurch's visit www.ptbc.org online.
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also won. scarves provided by
24/7 Apparel.
Baugh won a $25 gift cer-
tificate provided by Lewis and
Company Jewelers. '
Jaclyn and Marcus Flavors
,each won door prizes: a book
provided by Focus on the Fam-
ily and a gift certificate for a
haircut provided by All Together
Beauty.
Stakley's guest won a sterling
silver 0.2 carat diamond heart
pendant provided by Crestview


Walmart.
The event was catered by
Golden Asian Buffet of Crest-
view. A spread of 13 menu items,
including salmon, mussels, and
chicken and beef entrees, was
provided for more than 54 tick-
eted guests. Of those ticketed
guests, 22 were in attendance.
YPD members provided guest
services as greeters, beverage
servers, and disc jockeying.
The YPD thanks all who pro-
vided support and attended the
event-


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

TODAY
CELL PHONES
FOR SOLDIERS
DRIVE: Liberty Tax
Service at 1093 S. Fer-
don Blvd. in Crestview is
hosting a cell phone col-
lection event today from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
company is a premier
partner for Cell Phones
for Soldiers, a program
that lets soldiers sta-
tioned overseas call
their loved ones. Every
donated phone can buy
a calling card with up to
100 minutes.
5K RUN/WALK AT
DAVIDSON: The David-
son Middle School Relay
for Life Team is sponsor-
ing the Davidson Dash
today at 8:30 a.m. to raise
funds for the American
Cancer Society.
Registration is $20.
Entry for the Kids Fun
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 pay-
able to Davidson Middle
School and mail check
and registration to David-,
son Middle School. 6261
Old Bethel Road, Crest-.
view. Visit www.okaloosa.
kl2.fl.us/Davidson to
download a form. Online
registration is available
at www.active.com.
KofC 'FUND-RAIS-
ER: Crestview's Knights
of Columbus will host a,
charity fund-raising din-
ner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
today at the Knights' hall
701 E. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview..
Spaghetti and meat-
balls or chicken fried rice'
with egg rolls and salad
will be served. Take-outs
are also available.
Cost: adults $7, pre-
teens $5, and pre-school-
ers free.

NORTH OKALOOSA
KofC LENTEN DIN-
NER: A 'Lenten Soup
Dinner every Friday dur-
ing Lent starts Feb. 27 at
Our Lady of Victory Par-
ish Hall. Admission 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 i
p.m.
QUIT SMOKING
CLINIC: in Crestview
starts Tuesday and con-
tinues through March 31
on Tuesday at noon at
West Florida AH-EC, 1455
S. Ferdon Boulevard. The
six-week event is free. To
register or for details call
398-6965, 1-877-STOP-
NOW, or visit www.ahec-
tobacco.com.
STYLISTS WANT-
ED: Ann O'Connor of
Emerald Coast Hospice
has a huge need for pro-
fessional hairdressers to
volunteer to cut Hospice
patients' hair in Okaloosa
and Walton counties.
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.
USDA FOOD GIVE-
AWAY: Feb. 28 from 10
a.m. until monthly food
allowance has been given
out at New Beginnings
Church, an equal-oppor-
tunity provider, at 412
West James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jim-
my Smith, 689-2988.
EC HOSPICE
EVENTS: Emerald
Coast Hospice is looking
for volunteers. Please
contact Ann O'Connor at
689-0300.
The group will hold a
Mardi Gras Float don-
test with the local nurs-
ing homes and will judge
them judging the floats
on Fat Tuesday, Feb. 24.
WALKER ELEMEN-
TARY EVENTS: include
the Feb. 28 Miss Walker
pageant fund-raiser for
Relay for Life.
FCAT testing will be
held March 10-19.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: In addition to
classes, the organization
is having a 25 percent
off sale this month on all
First Aid kits currently in
stock. For details on avail-
able kits, contact Carissa
Stanley at 800-773-7620 or
Stanleyc@usa.redcross.
org. To receive this dis-
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Candidates forum
set for Tuesday
Candidates for mu-
nicipal elections in north
Okaloosa County will
gather under one roof
Tuesday.
Crestview city council
candidates and Laurel
Hill mayoral candidates
have been invited to par-
ticipate in a Candidates
Forum at the Crestview


Community Center, east
of the Crestview post of-
fice and library.
Representatives from
the North Okaloosa Fire
District and the Citizens
Against More Taxes also
have been invited to make
presentations regarding
the NOFD fire tax refer-
endum.
The forum is spon-
sored by the Crestview
News Bulletin, in partner-


ship with WAAZ-WSJB of
Crestview.
The free event is
scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m.
The six Crestview city
council candidates will
take. the stage from 6
to 7 p.m. Laurel Hill's
three mayoral candi-
dates will take the stage
from 7 to 7:30 p.m. The
NOFD/CAMT presenta-
tions will conclude the
program.


Candidates and NOFD/
CAMT representatives
will be. available to meet
voters in another part
of the community cen-
ter when they are not on
stage.
Polls will be open
March 10 for all of the
north Okaloosa contests.
Crestview News
Bulletin

Crestview man
dies after crash
A 72-year-old Crestview
man died Monday after-
noon, more than three
weeks after the dump
truck he was driving rolled
over on U;S. Highway 90.
Melvin D. Komula died
Monday afternoon at Sa-
cred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola.
He was driving a 2007
Mack truck at about 4:30


on the afternoon of Jan.
21 when the accident hap-
pened.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Komula's
truck drove onto the shoul-
der for "unknown reasons"
near the highway's inter-
section with Clint Mason
Road. The truck slid and
rotated, before rolling into
a large oak tree. The truck
landed upright.
Komula was not wear-
ing a seatbelt, according to
the report. Alcohol is not
suspected in the crash.
Wendy Victora / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Val-P- votes
to sue Air Force
VALPARAISO With a
Freedom of Information
Act lawsuit pending, the
Valparaiso Commission
voted 3-0 Wednesday to


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recent Record of Decision
to bring 59 F-35 jets to Eg-
lin Air Force Base.
After the release of the
Record of Decision on Feb.
6, Valparaiso had 60 days
to decide whether or not to
challenge it in court, said
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Bentley.
"It is my advice to you
that if you choose to chal-
lenge the Record of Deci-
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commissioners.
Bentley referred to an
internal Air Force memo
leaked to Valparaiso that
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the city to sue.
Bentley told the com-
missioners that the F-35s
could not legally be taken
from Eglin because it was
mandated by the Base
Realignment and Closure
act.
The lawsuit could delay
construction of the train-
ing school until there is a
ruling in the case.
Valparaiso's 'decision
came on the heels of U.S.
Rep. Jeff Miller's. an-
nouncement of more than
$160 million dollars in mili-
tary construction money
for Eglin to prepare for
the arrival of the F-35 Joint
Strike Fighter.
Military construc-
tion'is expected to bring
nearly $700 million to the
area.
"It very well could stop
all military construction,"
Miller said in Washing-
ton, D.C., during a tele-
phone interview with the
Northwest Florida Daily
News. "I think this deci-
sion borders on munici-
pal blackmail because it
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the leaders in Valparaiso
that the government will
be willing to pay them
something for dropping
their suit."
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Saturday, February 21, 2009 Local. Cresview News Bulletin 5


AIRPORT from page 1


need to be ready to accom-
modate new business."
Donovan termed the air-
port "the front door to the
city," and paused to praise
Jonathan Dunn, president
of Emerald Coast Aviation,
the airport's new fixed base
operator.
"Jonathan has made
some exceptional efforts in
a very short period of time
to make our front door look
nice," Donovan said.
Presenting the prelimi-
nary master plan, Jonathan
D. Hand, senior aviation
planner for Orlando-based
consultants PBS&J, offered
several recommendations
for taxiway improvements.
The suggestions would
allow the airport to better
accommodate FAA Group
IV-sized aircraft. These in-
clude the C130 transports
modified by Crestview Air-
port-based BAE and L3
Crestview Aerospace, the
airport's two biggest ten-
ants.
Among PBS&J's recom-
mendations:
Construct an addition-
al taxiway on the east side
of the runway;
Widen the existing
taxiways from 50 to 75 feet;
Add additional aircraft
and vehicle parking;
Designate an FAA-
compatible runway pro-
tection zone (RPZ) across
Airport Road north of the
airport, which ,would limit
development in that area.
Pave Fairchild Road,
which parallels the airport
to the east and serves L3
Crestview Aerospace.
"This is about proactive
ultimate use of land," Don-
ovan said.
Crestview city council-
man Bob Allen inquired if
it would feasible to build
a control tower. Donovan
said he believes that with-
in 10 years, the number of
takeoffs and landings will
have increased enough to
warrant a tower.
Businessman Dan Bow-


ers questioned the priority
of paving Faircloth Road
when there is still no direct
paved access to U.S. High-
way 90 from the airport.
Donovan explained that
one of Crestview Aero-
space's military contracts
is the construction of heli-
copters. There is an urgent
need for a paved commer-
cial road that can handle
the heavy trucks deliver-
ing raw materials and tak-
ing away the completed
aircraft, Donovan said.
District 1 county com-
missioner Wayne Har-
ris, noting that Bowers
has property near the
airport, assured him two'
of the county's top three
road paving priorities are
streets that service both
the airport as well as Bow-
ers' property.
"Hare Street absolutely
has to be paved. Fairch-
ild absolutely has to be


paved," Harris said.
Harris said the county
hopes to receive funds
from the federal stimu-
lus package to commence
both road projects, as well
as widening PJ. Adams
Parkway
Donovan welcomed the
audience's input and en-
couraged more as the mas-
ter plan is developed.
"The economy isn't
helping us right now, but
you have to see the long-
term view of this," he said.
"Twenty-two million dollars
has been spent on this air-
port in the last three years.
That's tangible progress.
Most communities don't
put that kind of money into
their airports."
What would you like
to see at Bob Sikes Air-
port? Post your thoughts
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
MASTER PLANNERS: Okaloosa County Airports Director Greg Donovan, right, and
airport consultant Jonathan Hand of PBS&J present a preliminary master plan for
Bob Sikes Airport to Crestview business and community leaders.


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Walker students focus


on science and writing


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Science and writing
have been the emphasis for
the last several weeks at
Walker Elementary School,
reports Principal Jeanine
Kirkland.
"A lot of things we've
done this year have focused
on writing and science,"
Kirkland said. "We want to
get kids curious and excited
about learning."
The FCAT Writes tests
were recently administered
and will assess how well
kids are doing with their
writing skills.
"We've been working
very hard on our writing
this year," Kirkland said.
"It's been the major
focus on our professional
development that was held
on early release days. We're
eager to see the results of
that."
The fascinating world
of science has captured the
interests of students and
.will soon include parents as
well, Kirkland said.
"Everyone is very busy
preparing science projects
school-wide. We will hold
our science fair a little later
- this year," Kirkland said.
"We want to make sure
we're giving our students
the message that learning


FROM THE

PRINCIPAL'S



OFFICE


level."
Bretta Berger, a
new teacher at Walker
Elementary, and Brandi
Ard are the academic team
coaches, Kirkland said.
In addition to the fun
of learning new things,
there's still plenty of time
for the fun of sports and
games at Walker, Kirkland
said. ,
"Our students are
excited about the Special
Olympics coming up for
our' county," she said.
"We always have a good
showing of our students in
the Special Olympics.
"And of course there's
always the beautiful
weather after spring break
and we get to enjoy our
field days," Kirkland said.
"These are things we're
looking forward to."
"From the Principal's
Office" provides updates
on schools in north
Okalbosa County.


continues after FCATs.
Family Science Night
will include the science fair.
Students and parents alike
will have the opportunity
to participate in hands-on
science projects.
"Science is a big deal
for us," Kirkland said.
"The kids are naturally
interested in it, and we
want to feed and encourage
that in our children. We're
going to need that in the
years to come:"
With a school full
of bright, invigorated
learners, there's no better
way to boast of Walker's
academic prowess than
to show it off in regional
competition.
"We have an academic
team for the first time this
year. They competed in
an earlier tournament,"
Kirkland reported. "They
have another one yet
to come. The kids are
getting a lot of experience
competing at an academic


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


County offering prescription discounts


Card to be accepted

at most pharmacies
Special to the News Bulletin

Okaloosa County is introducing a dis-
count card to help consumers cope with
the price of prescription drugs. The county
has signed a contract to make free pre-
scription drug discount cards available un-
der a program sponsored by the National
Association of Counties (NACo) that offer
average savings of 20 percent off the retail
price of commonly prescribed drugs.
' The cards may be used by all county
residents regardless of age, income or ex-
isting health coverage. Practically all phar-.
macids within county will accept the NACo
card. A national network of more than
59,000 retail pharmacies also will honor it.
Commission Chairman Bill Roberts
said residents do not have to be Medicare
beneficiaries to be eligible, and there is no
cost to taxpayers.
"A cardholder will simply present it at a


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Cards are coming to Okaloosa
County libraries and Fort Walton
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participating pharmacy," said James Tay-
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and no restrictions or limits on frequency
of use. Cardholders and their family mem-
bers may use the card any time their pre-
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(850) 689-3411


* Clubhouse
* Laundry Facility
* Computer Center
* Private Patio/Balcony
* Washer Dryer Connections


NWF State recognizes local


charitable, educational donors


Special to the News Bulletin

"Resilient" was one
word to describe the
philanthropic giving to
the Northwest Florida
State College Foundation
in a time of economic
uncertainty and change in,
* 2008.
In its 21st year of
service, the foundation,
which provides charitable
and educational aid to
the college, recognized
its donors Feb. 13 at the
organization's annual
meeting, held in the College
Mall on the Niceville
Campus.
From the 2007 to 2008
reporting year, market
- conditions produced a
decrease in the foundation's
total assets of about 16
percent, from $46 million
to $39 million. However,


total contributions to the
foundation increased as did
foundation funding back to
the college for scholarship
support and other
educational endeavors.
Contributions for 2008 were
reported at $3.9 million, up
from $2.6 million in 2007.
Financial support from
the foundation for student
scholarships increased
from $381,282 in 2007 to
$644,401 in 2008, increasing
by nearly 70 percent the
amount of funding provided
by the foundation for
student scholarships.
Among the donations
highlighted at the meeting
were the Gen. Jimmy
Doolittle Endowed
Teaching Chair in Math
and Science, created,
by a major gift from the
Eglin Chapter of the Air
Force Association; the


Tim and Jan McDonald/
Fort Walton Machining
Endowed Teaching Chair.
Scholarship funding.
Other donations by
individuals and businesses
such as college alumni
Ann Teel Hatcher and
Bruce Shavey, and gifts
in memory of loved ones
from the Thomhave family
of Niceville and family
and friends of the late
Crestview councilman
Sam Hayes were also
recognized.
- Approved as officers
of the Foundation for the
2009-2010 year were Gloria
Frazier of Shalimar as
president; Wayne Campbell
of Fort Walton Beach as
vice president; Wayne
Bodie of DeFuniak Springs
as Secretary; and Don
Howard of Crestview at
Treasurer.


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move outs, Senior
packages, discounts,
errands, app. cleaning.
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Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
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Harold Gaines Fox Trot Tree Service
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Additions, Concrete/ small, Free Estimates.
Parking Lot Work, LIC/INS. Call Paul
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Legal # 100507
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2008-CA-003025S
ACCREDITED HOME
LENDERS, INC, A Cali-
fornia CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DENNIS D. WARD et.
al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Fore-
closure dated February
2 2009 Case No. 2008
CA 003025 S, of the
Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit in
and for Okaloosa
County, Florida,
wherein ACCREDITED
HOME LENDERS, INC,
A California CORPO-
RATION, is a Plaintiff
and best bidder for
cash at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
front door, 101 E
James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview,. FI 32536 at
11:00 am on March 9,
2009 the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT 9, BLOCK 1-E,
PAGE TWO OF
ADAMS-POWELL SUB-
DIVISION ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 177,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-


ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
form the sale, if any
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must
file a claim' within 60
days after the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 3 day of
February, 2009
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities,Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should no later than
seven (7) -days prior,
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL. 32579.
If hearing impaired,
contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System
02/14/09
02/21/08



Legal # 100508
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
2009-DR-725-C DIVI-
SION TK
ROXANNE ALMUNAIE
Petitioner
* and
TALAL ALMUNAIE
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: TALAL ALMUNAIE
7600 W. MILITARY DR.
LOT 43 SAN ANTONIO,
TX 78227
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on ROXANNE


ALMUFlAE wr.o:e b0-
dress is 1310 GRAND-
VIEW DR. CRESTVIEW
FL. 32539 on or before
March 24, 2009, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
101 E. JAMES LEE
BLVD. ROOM 210,
CRESTVIEW, FL 32539
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents In this
case, including
orders, are- available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit- Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest..
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, required certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and In-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
Dated February 10,
2009
DON HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
BY: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk.
02/14/09,
02/21/09
02/28/09.
03/07/09

Legal # 100511
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE


NO.: arnorrn y r,.i:,.- ,a -
46-2008-CA-007077 dress is 9119 Corpo-
DIVISION rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
WELLS FARGO BANK, 33634, and file the orig-
NA, inal with this Court ei-
Plaintiff, their before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
vs: immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
SAM COLLINGWOOD be entered against you
A/K/A SAM' A. COL- for the relief demanded
LINGWOOD, et al, in the Complaint or pe-
Defendant(s). tition.


LEGAL 120174

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.46-2008-CA-003878
FILE NO:F08057600
CHASE HOME Fl-


/ This notice shall be NANCE LLC,
published once each Plaintiff,
NOTICE OF ACTION week for two consecu-
TO: tive weeks in the Crest- vs.
SAM COLLING- view News Bulletin.
WOOD A/K/A SAM A.
COLLINGWOOD WITNESS my hand and HENRY R. CARL et
LAST KNOWN AD- the seal of this Court al,
DRESS:3085 Zach Ave- on this 17 day of Feb- Defendant(s).
nue ruary, 2009.
Crestview, FI 32536
Don W. Howard NOTICE OF ACTION
CURRENT ADDRESS: Clerk of the Court
UNKNOWN By: Aunita Cantrall TO:
As Deputy Clerk HENRY R. CARL
ANY AND ALL UN- LAST KNOWN AD-
'KNOWN PARTIES Invoice to & Copy to: DRESS: 4014 MA-
CLAIMING i BY, Florida Default Law HOGANY RUN SE
THROUGH, UNDER, Group, RL. WINTER HAVEN, FL
AND AGAINST THE RO. Box 25018 338840000
HEREIN NAMED INDI- Tampa, Florida
VIDUAL DEFEND- 33622-5018 CURRENT ADDRESS:
ANT(S) WHO ARE NMNC-SPECFHLMC-R- UNKNOWN
NOT KNOWN TO BE ejayska-FO8111543
DEAD OR ALIVE, **See Americans with ANY AND ALL UN-'
WHETHER SAID UN- Disabilities Act. KNOWN PARTIES
KNOWN PARTIES IMPORTANT CLAIMING BY,
MAY CLAIM AN IN- THROUGH, UNDER,
TEREST AS SPOUSE, In accordance with the AND AGAINST THE
HEIRS, DEVISEES, Americans with Disa- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
GRANTEES, OR abilities Act, persons VIDUAL DEFEND-
OTHER CLAIMANTS with disabilities need- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ing special accommo- KNOWN, TO BE DEAD
LAST, KNOWN AD- dation to participate in OR ALIVE, WHETHER
DRESS: UNKNOWN this proceeding should SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
contact Court Adminis- TIES MAY CLAIM AN
CURRENT ADDRESS: tration at 101 James INTEREST AS
UNKNOWN Lee Boulevard East, SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
Crestview, FL, VISEES, GRANTEES,
32536-3515; telephone OR 'OTHER CLAIM-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED number (850) ANTS
that an action to fore- 689-5000, Extension
close a mortgage on 7497, prior to the pro- LAST KNOWN AD-
the following property ceeding. or Shalimar DRESS: UNKNOWN
in OKALOOSA County, (850) 651-7497'
Florida: CURRENT ADDRESS:
IMPORTANT UNKNOWN
LOT 19, IN BLOCK E,
OF LAKE ARTHUR In accordance with the YOU ARE NOTIFIED
ESTATES PHASE I, Americans with Disa- that an action to fore-
ACCORDING TO THE abilities Act, persons close a mortgage on
PLAT THEREOF, AS with disabilities need- the following property
RECORDED IN PLAT ing special accommo- in OKALOOSA County,
BOOK 22, AT PAGE dation to participate in Florida:
15, OF THE PUBLIC this proceeding should LOT 4, BLOCK 4, THE
RECORDS OF contact Court Adminis- PINES, .ACCORDING
OKALOOSA COUNTY, tratior at 1250 N. Eglin TO THE PLAT BOOK 3,
FLORIDA. Parkway, Shalimar, FL, PAGE 61, IN THE OF-
32579; telephone num- FICE OF THE CLERK
has been filed against ber (850) 651-7497, OF CIRCUIT COURT,
you and you are re- prior to the proceeding. OKALOOSA COUNTY
quired to serve a copy FLORIDA; TOGETHER
of your written de- 02/21/09 WITH THAT CERTAIN
senses, if any, oh or 02/28/09 MOBILE HOME LO-
before April 2, 2009, CATED THEREON, SE-
on Florida Default Law RIAL NUMBER
Group, RL., Plaintiff's GMHGA6449900452A
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GMHGA6449900452B Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
has been filed against number (850)
you and you are re- 689-5000, Extension
quired to serve a copy, 7497, prior to the pro-
of your written de- ceeding. or Shalimar
fenses, if any,, on or (850) 651-7497
before 3-26-2009, on
Florida Default Law IMPORTANT
Group, RL., Plaintiff's In accordance with the
attorney, whose ad- Americans with Disa-
dress is 91.19 Corpo- abilities Act, persons
rate Lake Drive, Suite with disabilities need-
300, Tampa, Florida ing special accommo-
33634, and file the orig- nation to participate in
final with this Court ei-. this *proceeding should
their before service on contact Court Adminis-
Plaintiff's attorney or tration at 1250 N. Eglin
immediately thereafter; Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
otherwise a default will 32579; telephone num-.
be entered against you ber (850) 651-7497,
for the relief demanded prior to the proceeding.
in the Complaint or pe-
tition. 02/14/2009
This notice shall be 02/21/2009
published once each
week for two consecu- LEGAL#120176
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin. IN THE CIRCUIT
WITNESS my hand and COURT OF THE 1ST
the seal .of this Court JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
on this 9 day of Febru- AND FOR OKAIOOSA
ary 2009. COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 08CA652
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court RBC CENTURY BANK,
Plaintiff,
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk vs.


CRESTVIEW LEGALS


Professional Office
T l n building for Lease
NEW Fr A 1000sf. 101 Duggan
Ave. (Next to Eglin
AFCU) Call 621-0046
Administrative/Clerical


CRETVIW LGAL


Florida Default Law MARIA RECZULSKA, only 2.5 mos. asCkin
Group, PL. et. al., $800. O.B.0 Ca l
RO. Box 25018 Defendants. .537-8151
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 RE-NOTICE OF FORE-. .
CLOSURE SALE
IMPORTANT NOTICE IS HEREBY ox'-'' ?' ....
In accordance with the GIVEN pursuant to an 3100 Antiques 3280
Americans with Disa- Order or Final Judg- 20- Appliances
abilities Act, persons ment entered in' Case 3130- Auctions T Ca
with disabilities need- No. 08CA652 of the 3140 Baby Items TIN
ing special accqmmo- Circuit Court of the 1st 3150 Building Supplies N
dation to participate in Judicial Circuit in and 3160 Business
this proceeding should for OKALOOSA Equipmant
contact Court Adminis- County, Florida, 3170 Colleibles Massey Ferguson, 1241
tration at 101 James whereirn, RBC CEN- 3180 Computerons square hay before 12p$800.
Lee Boulevard East, TURA BANK, AT THE 3190- Electronics Call before 12pm
Crestview, FL, FRONT DOOR OF THE 8200 Firewood 902-0235
32536-3515; telephone CLERK'S OFFICE OF 320 Garage/Yard Sales
number (850) THE COURTHOUSE 3240- Gunis Sal
689-5000, Extension ANNEX IN SHALIMAR, 3250 Good Things to Eat
7497, prior to the pro- Florida, at the hour of 3260 Health & Fitness
ceeding.. or Shalimar 11:00 a.m., on the 10 3270 Jewelry/Clothing 3300
(850) 651-7497 .day of March, 2009, the 3280 Machinery/ i
following described Equipment
IMPORTANT property: describ 3290 MedisalEquipment Bras! Bras! Brasi
In accordTAnce with the LOT 4, BLOCK 3300 Miscellaneous Certified Bra Fitter:
Americrdans with Disa- CALUSA BAY CK 3310 Musical Instmruments Delaine Croonenborgh
abilities Act, persons CORDING TO THE 3320-Supplies anShrubs/ N servngtheForda
iSupLplies "H"APanhandle.
with disabilities need- PLAT THEREOF AS 3330 Restaurant/Hotel Make an appointment
ing special accommo- RECORDED IN PLAT 3340 Sporting Goods for Your Custom Bra
dation to participate in BOOK; 18. PAGES 24 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
this proceeding .should AND 25, OF THE PUB- Ca. Fitting.
contact Court Adminis- LIC RECORDS OF S Call 850-689-2958
tration at 1250 N. Eglin OKALOOSA COUNTY, W
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, FLORIDA. 3110
32579; telephone num-" Any person claiming an Junior Western
ber (850) 651-7497, interest in the surplus Kenmore Elite riding saddle
prior,to the proceeding. from the sale, if any, Oasis Washer and bridle, $85.
other than' the property HE 4.7 cf capacity, top andbridle, $85.
02/14/2009 owner as of the date of load. Sears model 892-6471
02/21/2009 the lis pendens must #28062. Orig. $1100,
file. a claim within 60 sell $650 obo. Brand
LEGAL#120173 days afterth sale.ay new, still in the box. Looking' for
DATED this 3 day of Call1865-6607 197kLnd
Feb., 2009. 1997 Land
IN THE CIRCUIT Clerk Circuit Court Rover
COURT OF THE By Vick Jackson Discovery Items.
-FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 3220 Owers manual, tire
CUIT IMPORTANT 100% All new Queen cover, etc: Any items
.INAND FOR. In accordance with the Pillowtop set. New. War- for that vehicle would
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Americans with Disabil- ranty. Can deliver. $165 be consideredI A
FLSOD cities Act, persons need- 850-471-0330 wrecked one to, buy
CASE NO ing a reasonable ac- Brand name Pillowto parts off also! Please
4 2008-CA-00335 commodatlon to partic- set King, in plastic, w/ call 864-5745, leave
FILE NO:08047348 ipate in this proceeding warranty. Delivery avail. message if no answer.
RESIDENTAL FUND- d, no laterthan $209. 850,471-0330.
RESIDENT-I, L FUND-,seven (7) days prior,
ING CORPORATION, contact the Clerk of the A Brand New Full Mat- .-----...
Plaintiff,. Court's disability coor- tress w/box iri plastic. ,. ..
dinator at SHALIMAR Warranty. $125. Can
ANNEX 1250 N. EGLIN Deliver. 850-471-0330
vs. PARKWAY, SHALIMAR, I buy .quality used Fur- (
STEVEN R. MCGHEE, FL.32579 8506517497, nature & Antiques at a
S R. M E If hearing or voice g reasonable rate. Call
etafendant impaired, contact 826-0349
SDefendant(s). (TrDD (800)955-8771
via Florida Relay Sys- E| -
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 4100 Help Wanted
SURE SALE 02/21/2009 3230 4110- Restaurants/Clubs
2/28/29 4120 Sales
NOTICE IS HEREBY 02/28/2009 Crestview 4130 Emplpyment
GIVEN'pursuant, to a Fi- --- Garage Information
nal Judgment of Mort- -S
gage Foreclosure F. Sale -
dated February 03 Rain/
2009 and entered in i Shine I 4oo
Case No.,
46-2008-CA-003365 of Saturday, Feb 21st Admin/Clerical
the Circuit Court of the from 8am-?? Antique
FIRST JdicialfCircuit furnitufe quiltingsup- Receti I
in and for OKALOOSA P ITSr ANIMLSplies, misc, tons OfReception
'County, Florida ----quiltingfabricbooks, Crestview Insurance
wherein RESIDENTIAL 2100- Pets ttuiling fabric, took Agenceis seeking a re-
FUNDING CORPORA-"2110 -Patls:IFroeeto patterns & kits, tool Agency is seeking a're-
TION, is the Plaintiff Good Home boxes, desk, portable ceptioeralist to pce taskrforms.
and STEVEN R 2120 Pet Supplies refrig for AC/DC. general Office tasks.
and C STEVEN R. :pn1 i as Cfor$1orteC Must have computer
MCGHEE; FELICIA C. 2130- Farm Animals/ Misc for $1 or less. Muskills andvbecmpuable to
MCGHEE; MORTGAGE 2140Supplies multitask. Please sub-
MELECTROC MREGIS- 2140- PetsLivestock 1421 Quail mit resumes to
ELECTRONIC REGIS- Wanted a mit resumes to
TRATION SYSTEMS, 2150- Pet Memorials Ridge Dr, crestviewagent@
INCORPORATED, AS Hwy 85 to yahoo.com
NOMINEE FOR HOME-
COMINGS .FINANCIAL, Arpt Rd,
LLC; are the Defend-1 follow the
ants, I will sell to the s2100 igns.
highest and best bid- Teacup Chihuahua 1 signs.
der for cash at CREST- female $325 ready
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT 3/10. 2 small chihua- INTERVIEW NOWI
DOOR- OF THE huas 1 male 1 females
OKALOOSA 7COUNTY $300 ready 3/24. Call Monster Match
COURTHOUSE Diane 652-4122 assigns a professional


| 2110 3230
Loving Male
Cats ,
Two neutered indoor UfW rTJAV
males need loving
home. We are unable
to keep them due to life Crestview
changes. Serious in- Multi-Family
quiries please, they Yard Sale
come with new Lit- 1278 Jefferyscot Drive,
termaid, kitty castle. All Saturday, Feb. 21st
shots current. Please from 8am-?? Coun-
call Tom 758-5981 tryview Estates off PJ
Adams

-2120 1Crestview
Junior Western Yard Sale
riding saddle 7 am until...5532 Royal
and bridle, $85 St. Queen size bed and
and bridle, $85. mattresses, dressers,
892-6471 other furniture and fur-
nishings. No early birds
. please.

I 2130 I.
Horse Stables
for rent in Holt
Hay, Feed 2x day, 3270
round pen / pasture
turnout / electric
trainer. Close to Black- TO iA
water River -trails. E *w
$225mo. 585-5008
For Sale: 14K Rnd &
,. Baquette Diamond
Wedding Set. .Worn


FT Medical
Receptionist
with outgoing personal-
ity for busy office, to
answer Phones, sched-
ule, handle patient pay-
ments, computer liter-
ate, and ability to multi
task. Experience pref-
ered, Fax Resume to
850-423-1313
Education
Now accepting appli-
cations for employment
at Learning Tree Day
School, Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.
Food Serv/Hospitality

Multiple
Positions
'Heritage Plantation
Golf & CC is looking to
hire the following posi-
tions:
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available around
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301-659-7777.
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nut Ave. $395: md De-
posit & Lease Re-
quired. Call 978-6305


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895 mo + dep. Call 850
682-0475
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
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Real Estate 315-0972
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
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305-8039
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ok. Avail now. David
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Milllgan '2br, 2ba,
2000sf, $900/mo +
$925 dep. no smoke/
pets. Approx. 1mi.
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pvt bath, includes util &
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shift preferred.
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ba on quiet lot $575 mo
+dd. call 850-362-9845
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850-585-8192 ,
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or 582-5148
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ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 9 day of March,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 75, HIDDEN
TRAILS- PHASE, ONE,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
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86, AND 87, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS'OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.NK/A 2015
WOODFERN PATH,
FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32547
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
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and the seal of this
Court on February 9,
2009.
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Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vikki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
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Today
High School baseball
CresiviewJV at
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12:30 p.m., 3 p.m.
High School softball
Crestview at Dothan
tournament, TBA.

Monday
High School baseball
Baker at Central, 4
p.m.
High School softball
Baker at South Walton,
6 p.m.

Tuesday
High School boys
basketball
Baker vs, Cottondale
Class 2A region semifi-
nals, TBD, 7 p.m.,,
High School baseball
Crestview at Choctaw,
JV 3:30 p.m./V 6 p.m.
High School softball
Crestview at Escambia,
JV 4 p.m./V 6 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball,
Feb. 12
1. Bill Chandler, George
Bonner, Don Mazerat,
David Hinnant -10
2. Jerry Devoy, Jim
Fisher, Alan Parsons, Ron
Swafford -6
3. Dale Anderson, Gene
Kester, Gary Zick -6
4. Ron Magruder, Howard
\,r-.:.ii. Aaron Daniel,
David Gansel -5
5. David Kearney, Don
Widmaier, Jesse Dennis,
Hal jellison -5

Foxwood C.C.
Sunday Lowball,
Feb. 15
1 Tom Prier, Larry
Fordyce, John Oldacre,
Brandon Smith, David
Gansel -11
2. Richard Lawson,
Andrew Lawson, Hal
Jellison, Ferrell Sasser -1 1
3. David Hinnant, Archie
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4. Don Kearney, Ron
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5. Bo Belanger, Johnny
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BRIEFS
Cancer awareness
golf tourney
Foxwood Country Club
will host the Breast Cancer
Awareness Benefit Golf
Tournament on Feb. 28.
Sign in for the tourna-'
.T,.,-, 1il be at 8:30 a.m.
with play starting at 9
a.m.
The format is a four-per-
.son scramble with at least
one female on each team.
Cost of the tourna-
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for Foxwood members.
Non-members pay $25
plus greens fees and cart
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Feb. 24.
For more information,
contact Jack Patten at 682-
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Dan Severn seminar
Dan "The Beast"
Severn, a three-time UFC
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Severn is a member
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He also was arn Olympic
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in judo and jujitsu and a
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combat sambo.
Severn's seminar for .
youths and adults will be ,
from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
An adults-only seminar is
from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Cost
for one seminar is $89.
Cost for. both seminars is
$139.


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
ON YOUR MARKS: Crestview High School track andfield Coach Ernie Martin prepares to start a sprint trial
during a CHS practice .


CHS coach optimistic about track and field season


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Two weeks into the prac-
tice season, the Crestview
track and field team is go-
ing strong.,
"We are optimistic about
the upcoming season,"
Coach Ernie Martin said.
"We have a good amount of
young men that have come
out and are trying it.
"Several ate in their first
year, and they are blending
in with our veterans. We lost
a few seniors last year that
were high contributors, but
we have a good core back,
and we have some good
young men that are very ex-
cited about being out there.
They are doing some good
things in practice."
About 40 boys are out
for .the Bulldog team. The
numbers are a little lower
for the girls, with 'about 20
on the squad.
"With the ladies, our
numbers are a little thin
this year," Martin said. "We
would have liked to have
more out.
"But lady athletics
around here are getting
more and more competi-
tive, and a lot of the cross-
over athletes we used to
get, we are not getting any
more. They are trying to do
fewer sports and do those
sports better. They are spe-
cializing a little more, and I
can understand that."


To illustrate Martin's
point, Crestview also offers
softball and tennis in the
spring for aspiring female
athletes.
He hopes to get the ath-
letes who want to be a part
of the program and want to
help build Crestview track
and field.
I "Hopefully when we get
around to that
first track "The
meet, we will iT V
be able to put what'
on a good per-
formance and of the
scoire a. few -
points," Mar- what th
tin said.
The Bull- to expe
dog coach ex- therm
pects the girls
to be strong in
the distance Ernie
events, led by track and
Lauren Day,
as well as in


some of the sprint events.
"She (Day) has been to.*
state meet the last two years
.in the two mile, and she has
done a tremendous job in
cross country," Martin said.
"We have half of ourcounty
champion 4x100 relay team
back, and we have a couple
of move-ins, and it looks like
we are going to pick up the
pace right off the bat with
that.
"Jodi Montalvo, who
qualified (for state) in the
300 hurdles last year with a
pulled groin is just a highly


competitive young lady. She helping out in that area.
is going to compete again. "We've got Chris Pick-
She's going to be ready to go ett coming back, and he's
when her name is called." going to make some good
Martin also is expecting jumps for us. And we've got
big things from his boys. some new guys, like Tony
'"On the guys side, we Hart and -Aaron Nelson;
have Donquel Dorsey and those guys have come out
Carter Hamlin back in the and look like they will be
400,' and I believe they are able to help us in the jumps.
going to give people fits this We should be pretty strong
year," Martin again there, and if we can,
1 said. "They keep our hurdler guys
SknOW are very com- (healthy), we should have a
ahead petitive in that chance there."
race. Last .year was the first
m and "We have year many of the Bulldogs
Jacob Gour- competed at a district meet
ey've got lie, Dylan or beyond the district level.
Tillman and That experience should
Ct f Tom Dylan Brown, bode well for Crestview in
elves." who are go- 2009.
ing to race in "We are excited about
some of those the people we have coming
Martin distAnce rac- back," Martin said. "They've
field coach es. Those dis- had a year under their belt.
tance races "They know what it looks
this year are like when they go to the dis-
going, to be highly com- trict meet, and they know
petitive with the boys from exactly what they are up
Niceville, Fort Walton and against when they get up
Choctaw. You kick in a cou- against the big city schools
ple of good ones they have from Jacksonville and Or-
up at Baker, and those dis- lando for the regional meet.
tance races might end up "They know. what's
like sprints this year." ahead of them and what
Crestview should be they've got to expect from
strong in the field events as themselves."
woll.
"We have Darius Rob- Keep track on how the
bins back with our shot and local spring sports teams
discus," Martin said. "He's are performing through
going to give us quite a lift our online prep sports ref-
over there. And we've got erence pages atwww.crest-
a lot of new faces that are viewbulletin.com.


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Crestview's hot shots sweep Elks competition


Special to the News Bulletin
Three local Elks Hoop
Shoot winners have ad-
vanced to the state finals in
Umatilla.
Ben Perez won first
place honors in the 12-13
year-old boys division at
the regional Hoop Shoot on
Feb. 14.
He shot 21 of 25 from the
line to earn a berth at the
state championship com-
petition Feb. 28 at the Elks'
Youth Camp in Umatilla.
Stephen Reed, 11, and
Ben Perez, 9, both finished
second at the district con-
test but were allowed to
compete at 'the regional
when the district winners
could not attend. They both


captured first place in their
respective divisions.
All three boys will have
their work cut out for them
at the state competition as
they take on contestants
from as far away as Miami.
, The regional victories
bring them just three steps
away from competing for
a national championship
and having their names en-
shrined at the Basketball
Hall of Fame.
Other Crestview nota-
bles from the regional com-
petition:
Samantha Magouirk,
12, finished third in her age
division
Tierra Reed, 8-9, fin-
ished fourth in her age di-
vision.


REGIONAL CHAMPS: These winners in the Crestview
Elks' Lodge 2624 Hoop Shoot went on to win
regional competitions: Ben Perez, 12-13 boys winner;
Stephen Reed, 10-11 boys winner; and Cody Perez,
8-9 boys winner.


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GOLF TIPS
FROM THE PRO


Play to a

smooth tempo

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Whether it's Peyton
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ger Woods smashing a
drive 350 yards, all great
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Pro, Heritage Plantation
PGA teaching pro Jeff
Marks discusses tempo.
I thought we'd talk
about tempo, which is kind
of a misunderstood prin-
.ciple but something every
golfer needs.
To me, tempo is swing-
ing the club with a good
rhythm where the pace is
comfortable for you to con-
trol. It is moving the club in
a way where a chain reac-
tion is happening in the
downswing.
To have good tempo,
No. 1 you want to.have
a pretty light grip. Your
grip pressure on a scale of
one to 10, with one being
pretty light and 10 being
pretty tight, I.like to grip it
around a three. If you talk
to tour pros, that's a pretty
common thought.
Second, when you set
up, you want to have a
good athletic stance. We
want to feel our feet to be
about shoulder width apart.
Feet shoulder width
apart, knees flexed, pelvis
out behind us and shoul-
ders over our toes, so
we have a very athletic
posture. It's a ready athletic
position, and it applies to
every sport, and that in-
cludes golf.
What is so critical
about good tempo is trying
to feel y9ur downswing
start from the ground up.
As we go back, we'd
like to start the club away
with the club head, then
the hands, and let that
resonate up the arms, the
shoulders and to the hips
and down to the feet.
As we take the club
away, we take it away with
one end of the line, which
is the club head, and then
it works all the way down .
to the other end of the line
(the feet). At the top of the
backswing, we turn that
around. We start the down-
swing with the feet, then the
knees, the torso, shoulders,
arms, hands and then club.
What we are trying to
do is create a bullwhip
effect. We should swing
;the club that way with a
comfortable speed. What
I mean by that is you
should pick a speed that
is enough speed to get the
ball out there pretty good.
The average tour pro
will tell you they swing the
club with about 80 or 85
percent of their power, and
that's a comfortable speed
to maintain tempo.
In the golf swing there
is no quick movement and
that's part of tempo as well.
As'we swing the club,
it's smooth to the top and
smooth down off the top.
We are always in
control of the golf club if
we have good tempo. The
club never controls you.
If you have a golf
question for Jeff Marks
e-mail it to Randy Dick-
son at randyd@crest-
viewbuUlletin.com. Or
you can mail it to Randy
Dickson, 295 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview,
Fla. 32536.




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