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MEET THE CANDIDATES


Baugh, Bowman vie for Precinct 3 seat
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Charles E. Baugh Jr.
Position: Crestview City Council, Precinct 3
Family: Wife, Roslyn; Sons, Charles III and Nicholas
Alfred; Daughter, Candice Dominique
Experience relevant to the office you seek: Appoint-,
ed to city
councilseat ELECTION
mnemonths
ago and has
worked in
various
eith depart-
ments,gain-
ing knowl-
BAUGH edge of the services employees provide
for citizens. Gained working knowledge of
newly proposed city ordinances and became versed on
the effects the Homestead Exemption, loss of fuel tax
revenues and the current economic crisis placed on the
See BAUGH AS


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Thirteen days and
counting!
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 elec-
tions today with profiles
of the candidates for the
Crestview city council
Precinct 3 seat. Incum-
bent Charles Baugh and
challenger Kathleen
Bowman are vying to
win the seat.


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Brian Hughes
C 1eshie% wNeuaMenn
S sometimes classroom
instruction doesn't
quite prepare a stu-
dent for real-world ex-
periences.
Sitting at a desk while a
teacher lectures in a subject
often is a lot different than
applying that knowledge to ,
some practical use.
At Crestview High School,
several classes of CHOICE
institute students are getting
the opportunity to put what
They are learning in class to a
very practical use.
They're gaining "real
world" experience, working
toward their industry certi-
fication and improving their
school all at the same time
It all started last fall when
hordes of fans backed up the
two existing ticket booths at
Jack Foster Stadium for a big
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I C r't~,s News Bulkt-in
DAWG GATE: Crestview High students Isaap Teter
and Dustin Cuoghi move a gate they helped to
build in their CHOICE program welding class for
the new entrance to the school's football stadium.
Below, Jeff Hunker and Christian Whitiow nail
bracing onto the new ticket booths during their
Construction Technology class at CHS.


A unanimous vote by the Crest-
view City Council Monday evening
brought the city a step closer to hav-
ing a long-sought, much-rumored,
ofteni-announced, and eagerly antici-
pated 10-screen cinema.
Local contractor Jack Jernigan,
acting as an agent for Keith Park
Developers, asked the council to ap-
prove out-of-city sewer. service for a
commercial and residential develop-
ment off Richburg Lane.
The project, called Twin Creeks
Crossing, is located behind the new
Marquis Ranch Self Storage center
that fronts on Industrial Drive near
Richburg Lane. Entrance to the Twin
Creeks, however, would be off Rich-
burg.
Jernigan explained Keith Park
Developers has obtained funding for
the first phase of the development,
which would include the. 10-screen,
40,000-sq.ft. cinema as an anchor for
a 30,000- sq.ft. shopping center. The
cinema would feature stadium-style
seating, Jernigan said. He did not say
if it would feature digital projection,
a popular system noted for the bril-
liance of its projected image.
The developers requested city
sewer services, though the property
is located within county land. Because
of time constraints and covenants of
the loan commitment, they wish to
abandon their plans to install a septic
system, Jernigan explained.
"The cinema will take a year to be
built," Jernigan said, with a target-
ed opening set for April 1, 2010. The
project has been in the works for five
years, he said.
Jernigan said Keith Park Develop-
ers would provide traffic lights, widen
roads, and make other improvements
to what is now a shady country lane
winding into a neighborhood of sin-
gle-family homes.
A local landmark, the Martin fam-
ily's produce stand, has stood at the
corner of Richburg and Industrial for
30 years.
The first phase of the project would
include the cinema and retail shops
on either side of it. '
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Kathleen Bowman
Election: Crestview City Council, Precinct 3
Family: Widow of Fred C. Bowman. Three daughters,
Cheryl Brown, Sigrid Harshman and Kathy Wilhelm,
and one son, Phillip Bowman; Okaloosa County resident
since 1956.
Experience relevant ,to city council
position: Appointed to Shalimar Town
Council in 1970 and elected to the Shalimar
Town Council until 1987,. Elected mayor
of Shalimar from 1985 to 1987. Moved to
Crestview in 1989 and was elected to the
city council in March 1999; served two,
two-year terms with the second term be-
BOWMAN ihg uncontested. While on the Crestview
City Council, initiated a program called
"R.U. Okay."'a program for senior citizens who live alone.
:The police department calls every morning to check on
participants. If there is no answer, the police will send
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Birthday
bounty feeds
PAWS animals

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Neither of the licensed
bakers affiliated with Girl
Scout Cookies (ABC Inter-
bake and Little Brownie
Bakers) source their pea-
nut butter from the suppli-
er involved in the current
peanut butter warning.
All ingredients used in
Girl Scout Cookies are reg-
ularly inspected to ensure
they are safe for consump-
tion.
Peanut butter used by
ABC Interbake is supplied
by Hampton Farms in


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Severn, N.C. Peanut but-
ter used by Little Brownie
Bakers is supplied by Al-
good Food Company in
Louisville, Ky.
FDA and other regulato-
ry agencies have indicated
that Peanut Corporation of
America (PCA) is the focus
of their investigation con-
cerning a recent salmonel-
la outbreak thought to be
caused by tainted peanut
butter. Peanut Corporation
of America does not supply
peanut butter used in any
variety of Girl Scout cook-
ies.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULL I IN


FOOD FOR THE ANIMALS: Rosemary Hill sits with the pet food she collected for PAWS during her recent'
eighth birthday party.


Birthday bounty feeds PAWS animals
Crestview News Bulletin happy I did it," said-Rosemary, the dogs, Stan and Missy, a cat named


Rosemary Hill couldn't bring
her beloved animals to her eighth
birthday party.
Instead, she brought the party
to the animals.
Rosemary, a second-grader at
Bob Sikes Elementary, asked her
friends to bring pet food instead of
presents to her birthday party Feb.
.8 at Hot Wheels Skate Center in
Crestview.
Rosemary collected more than
300 pounds of food to donate to the
Panhandle Animal Welfare Society
(PAWS) shelter.
"(PAWS) said it was really nice
for me to donate, and they were


daughter of Howard and Dawn
Hill. "I love animals, and I want to
rescue all of the animals." ,
Rosemary got to take a trip to
PAWS to meet some of the animals
who will receive the food, and she
got to take photos.
"No picture could do justice to
how much it meant to us and the
animals," said Stephanie Hazlett
of PAWS. "For an 8-year-old, that is
one of the most selfless things you
can do."
Rosemary wanted to take all of
the PAWS animals home with her
("And if we had a ranch, we would
have!" Dawn said).
She already takes care of her


Bob, Snappy the turtle, two tad-
poles and a little fish.
"There isn't an.animal she
doesn't love," Dawn said. She
shared a story of how Rosemary
bottle-fed a group of abandoned
kittens at her grandparents' home
as a preschooler. Maureen and Tim
Rogers still have those four cats.
Rosemary hopes to be a mis-
sionary veterinarian when she
grows up. She wants to travel
around the world "to Africa, India,
and Atlanta" to care for animals.
"I want to take better care of
animals and help them if they are
in need and take care of them and.
love them," she said.,


Baker blue after 'community dog' disappears


KyleWright
Crestview News Bulletin
Oh where,'oh where, did Baker's
little dog go?
The search for Baker's "com-
munity dog" continues after two
months.
"Blue," a friendly dog who got
his name when his owners' grand-
daughter took note of.his piercing
blue eyes, went missing about two
months ago.
Regular shoppers at the Baker
Pic-N-Sav often were greeted by-
Blue, a fixture around the store for
about five years.
"He was probably the best-fed dog
in Baker," said Shawn Carroll of the
Pic-N-Sav. "Everybody loved him."


HOW TO HELP
If you have any
information about the
whereabouts of "Blue,"
the blue-eyed dog who's
hangout-at the Baker Pic-N-
Sav contact the Pic-N-Sav
at 537-4047 or contact his
owners, the Densons, at
758-1497.

Blue's owners,. Rita and Mike
Denspn, said some friends referred
to Blue as "the mayor of Baker."
Blue's typical day included a visit
to the neighbors, a visit to the nearby
preschool class, an afternoon in the


shade of the bank in the town's .his-
toric block and then a visit to the Pic-
N-Sav for supper.
Carroll emphasized Blue was
well-cared for by the Densons. The
dog simply enjoyed- spending time
around grocery shoppers and,
most likely, their purchases.
"We've gotten a lot of calls,"'Car-
roll said. "It's not an issue of a dog
running loose. It's just that every-
body loved that dog.,"
Added Mike Denson, "Our family
and grandchildren and the people of
Baker miss him and would like their
dog back."

Share your* experiences with
"Blue" by posting at note at www.
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What's HAPPENING


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
COLEY HONORED: Crestview's Take Off Pounds
Sensibly (TOPS). has a winner of its Inching
Off the Pounds Contest! Wilma Coley won
the contest. The contest lasted six weeks and
took a lot of willpower and work to win. Points
were given for losing/maintaining weight,
exercising, keeping a food diary, drinking
lots of water and other health-conscious tasks.
Wilma persevered and won with 10 more
points than the nearest competitor. The contest
prize was a basket of fruits and vegetables
that will help Wilma continue on her healthy
course. If you are interested in learning about
TOPS, go to www.tops.org.


From staff reports

Today
IMPOSITION AT ST. MARK:
St. Mark United Methodist Church
at 2250 PJ Adams Parkway in
Crestview will host an Imposition
of Ashes and communion from 5-6
p.m. Call 682-5280 for details.

North Okaloosa
HEALTH FAIR: Healthy and
Fine in 2009 is planned for 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. March 7 at Sonlight
Covenant Church, 150 West
Oakdale in Crestview (across
the street from YMCA). Come
and enjoy a light breakfast, blood
pressure check, cholesterol
testing, exercise instruction
and more. Details: Beverly Ann
Nichols, beverly nich6ls@chs.net.
NORTH OKALOOSA
SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 9 a.m.
Thursday at Crestview High
School's Jack Foster Stadium.
Volunteers are needed. To sign up,
call Barbara Lundy at 682-0738.
Eight north Okaloosa schools are
participating.
KofC DINNER
FUNDRAISER: A Lenten Soup
Dinner will be every Friday from
5 to 6:45 p.m. during Lent starting
Friday at Our Lady of Victory
Parish Hall. Admission is by
donation. The public is welcome
to attend. Proceeds will go to the
Catholic Care Center.
PEOPLES MBC
APPRECIATION &
ANNIVERSARY: Peoples
Missionary Baptist Church is
planning a March 7 community
appreciation service at 6 p.m. at
the church, 722 School Ave. in
Crestview. Pastors and members of
each church are invited to attend
the event, which recognizes the


contributions and achievements of
community volunteers. At 3 p.m.
March 8, the church will celebrate
its 25th anniversary. Pastors,
churches, members and friends'
are invited to attend. For details
on either event, contact Deacon
Robert Washington at 682-3332.
QUIT SMOKING CLINIC:
Continues through March 31 at
noon at West Florida AHEC, 1455
S. Ferdon Blvd. The six-week event
is free. To register or for details
call 398-6965, 877-STOP-NOW or
visit www.ahectobacco.com.
STYLISTS WANTED: Ann
O'Connor of Emerald Coast
Hospice has a huge need for
professional 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. Call Ann at 689-
0300.
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY:
Saturday from 10 a.m. until
monthly food allowance has been
given out at New Beginnings
Church, 412 West James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jimmy Smith,
689-2988.
WALKER ELEMENTARY
EVENTS: Include the Feb. 28 Miss
Walker pageant fundraiser for
Relay for Life. FCAT testing will
also be held March 10-19.
RED CROSS CLASSES: In
addition to the classes listed,
the organization is having a 25-
percent-off sale this month on all
First Aid kits. For details, contact
Carissa Stanley at 800-773-7620
orStanleyc@usa.redcross.org.
Reference discount #02FebO9.
Thursday CPR (adult,
infant, child)
Friday CPR/AED (adult)
Saturday Standard First
Aid w CPR (adult, infant, child).


CPR/AED for the Professional
Rescuer.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: At the Robert L.F.
Sikes Public Library on Commerce
Drive in Crestview are:
March 3 Poisonous Plants
of Northwest Florida, with Larry
Williams of the Okaloosa County
Extension Service. -
KEY CLUB FUNDRAISER:
The Crestview High School Key
Club will be holding another
fundraiser for a trip to the Key
Club convention this April in
Orlando. "Big Dawgs" vs. "Little
Dawgs," a faculty vs. student
basketball game, will be 2-4 p.m.
March 26 in the gym. Tickets are
$5. To donate or f6r details, call
Mrs. Davison at 689.-7177, ext. 5070.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES:
Delivery and booth sales begin
March 6 and continue through
March 22. Boxes are $3.50 each.
Details: 850-434-1333 or 800-624-
3951.
RED CROSS HEROES: Join
your fellow business leaders,
schools, churches, civic clubs
and individuals through March
15 in a grassroots campaign to
raise $25,000 to help continue the
vital programs and services the
American Red Cross of Northwest
Florida provides 24 hours a day
365 days a year. For details contact
Bobby Bess at 682-3356, e-mail
bessb@usa.redcross.org, or visit
www.YourRedCross.org.
NWFSC REGISTRATION:
Northwest Florida State College
spring term is now in progress
by Web and in-person at all six
NWF State College locations.
Late registration continues
through March 9 for fast-track
session 3 classes. A complete
course listing is available at www.
nwfstatecollege.edu. Details:
689-7911.


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French students raising funds for Crestview trip


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
On a recent Sunday after-
noon, more than 200 residents of
Noirmoutier en File, Crestview's
French sister city, settled down.
for a serious afternoon of playing
Loto.
From 2-7 p.m., the community
center was abuzz as folks played
the Bingo-like game, pausing
from time to time to enjoy a pas-
try from a succulent array only
the French could produce.
The event benefited a good
cause: to raise money for a con-
tingent of more than 20 students
from the island town who will
visit Crestview this fall.
"We awarded 30 interesting
prizes and sold a lot of cakes
made by the parents," reported
Gerard Moreau, a member of the
town's sister city committee.
"It was an enjoyable afternoon
for everybody and especially for'
the treasurer of the sister city
committee," Moreau said.
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KyleWright
Crestview News Bulletin

The race to find a cure for cancer
came to the neighborhood. around'
Bob Sikes Elementary on Saturday
morning. #
About 230 runners and walkers
took part in the inaugural Davidsor
Dash 5K ruh/walk. The event helpe(
the Davidson Middle School's Relay
for Life team raise more than $3,00(
for the American Cancer Society, ac
cording to event organizers.
"We're very pleased with our re
sults," said Davidson teacher Dan-
iel Richards, who coordinated the
event. "At Davidson Middle School,
we have a Relay For Life team, anc
as a team, we decided being active
and having a healthy lifestyle less-
ens your chances of getting cancer
So why not have a 5K race to raise


GERARD MOREAU I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
BON APPETIT: Delicious cakes and pastries prepared by parents
of French students and members of Noirmoutier's sister city
committee helped raise funds for the kids' fall trip to Crestview.


goods sale was the latest fund-
raiser the students have under-
taken for their trip.
In early December, they were
hard at work making ornate and
creative Christmas -ornaments,
which they then sold.. It, too, was


a successful fundraiser.
"For the Christmas orna-
ments, we get $500," Moreau
said. "For our Loto and cakes, we
raised approximately $3,600."
The success of both events
was good news for Ren6 Relan-


deau, president of the town's sis-
ter city committee.
"Ren6 is very, very happy of
this result, as we did not expect
to raise so much," Moreau said.
Making the kids' fundrais-
ing efforts particularly impres-
sive: They bucked the long-held
expectation that the French
government, which already cov-
ers citizens' health care, unem--
ployment and education, would
simply fund everyone's trip ex-
penses.
"The problem is that when
-people are used to receiving
things, they never think it is
enough," observed Dr. Marie-
Th6rese Reed, a prominent
educator anti member of the
Noirmoutier sister city commit-
tee. She has started a Saturday
American civics class for the
French students. .
"The French. are extremely
spoilt people, always wanting,
more," she said. "We are a bunch
of assists6s' which means that
, when something goes wrong, im-
mediately we turn to the govern-


ment to fix it."
Reed said under France's
new president, Nicholas Sarkozy,
that culture of dependence is
slowly being eroded. She said the
Noirmoutier kids' fundraisers
are proof that the new mindset is
taking hold.
Noirmoutier Mayor Noel Fau-
cher praised the students for
their enthusiasm for the fund-
raisers and for eagerly partici-
pating in them.
"This represents the new
thinking in France," he said at a
meeting with the News Bulletin
last fall. "The government can-
not do everything anymore."
Noirmoutier's most recent
fundraiser had benefits beyond
the monetary profit.
"I can confirm the cakes were
so very good, and the pleasure of
savoring them was delightful,"
Moreau said.

Leave a greeting for the
French students who will visit
Crestview at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


Community Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes ,
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Cinderella
FEB. 27 & 28, MAR. 1
The Northwest Florida
Ballet presents Cinderella,
the quintessential fairy tale
of finding true love. Feb.,
27-28 at 7:30 p.m.; March 1
at 2 p.m. Mattie Kelly Arts
Center at Northwest Flori-
da State College, Niceville.
Tickets: $25 adults, $12.50


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AND THEY'RE.OFF: Competitors take off at the start of the Davidson Dash
on Saturday in the neighborhood around Bob Sikes Elementary.


money foir the society?"
Many competitors ran with cards,
honoring loved ones on their backs.
Matt Brick of Pell City, Ala., a
member of the University of Ala-
bama-Huntsville cross country
team, won the event. Brick hap-
pened to be in Crestview on Satur-
day, heard about the event, signed


up and won.
Ilea Edskildsen was the top fe-
male finisher.
Loney Whitley and Cynthia Har-
ris were the top walkers.

Visit www.crestviewbulletin.
com to see an online photo gallery
from the event and race results.


Check it OUT


Use D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian
Robert L F. Sikes Library

Adult programs
The First Tuesday Lecture
for March is "Poisonotus Plants
of Northwest Florida," by Larry
Williams, horticulture agent-with
the University of Florida/Okaloosa
County Extension Service. This ,
program starts at 10:30 a.m. Marcl
3. Coffee and cookies will be served
at 10 a.m. All topics for 2009 may
be found at www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm
Antique Furniture
Refinishing, March 11 from 10 a.mr
to noon at the Crestview Public
Library. Local resident Herbert
Allen will demonstrate all phases
of the process, from stripping to
applying stain and final finish,
with several example pieces. For
moreinformation, call him at 689-
6600. Bring lawn chairs, and dress
for the weather. The class will be
outside underthe library portico.
Join our knitting and crochet
group every Wednesday at 10:30
a.m. For more information, e-mail
Rae Schwartz at bakerny@yahoo.
com.

'Tax-time blues'
The AARP once again will be
providing free tax. preparation
services at the library for low
to middle-income residents.
This is a free service offered by
generous volunteers who give their
knowledge as a gift. It is one we
appreciate. This free assistance
will be on a first-come, first-served
basis through April 15.
Hours are Mondays 2-6 p.m.;
Tuesday and Thursdays 10 a.m. to
2 p.m.; and Fridays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Copies of the more common
forms, including 1099s and W-2s,
are available free for pick-up in the
library reference area at any time.
Additional forms are available from
the Internal Revenue Service Web
site at www.irs.gov.


Yoga classes
Chair Yoga classes are offered
from 10-11 a.ni. Friday and cost
$5 per class. Yoga for Everyone
Classes are offered from 11 a.m. to
12:15 p.m. Friiays and cost $8 per
class. Yoga for Everyone students
will need to bring a yoga mat;
All other props will be provided.
Please contact Kristy Souto at 850-
218-8491 for more'information.
h
d Writers workshop
So you want to be a writer?
Join us from 6 to 8 p.rh. April 13.
Tallahassee author Dr. Anne Haw
Holt will offer tips for writing and
getting published for the first
hour and help participants with
individualized critiquing of their
Work the second hour.

Youth programs
Lap Sit, held in the Story
Room, is designed for children
under the age of 3 with their
caregiver. Older children are
always welcome. Join us at 10:15
a.m. for stories, songs and finger-
plays. Lap Sit is offered Mondays
an.d Tuesdays. Pick up one of Miss
Heather's pamphlets at the front
desk for the entire schedule. The
theme March 2 and 3 will be "Off
and Counting."
Story Time is designed for
those who are at least 3 years old
(unless accompanied by an older
siblings and meets at 10:15 a.m.
r on Wednesdays and Thursdays in
the meeting room for stories and
songs. After the program, you and
your child may do a simple craft
together. The theme March 4 and 5
will be "I Like Spiders & Snakes"
On Early Release
Wednesday each month, children
age 6 and up gather to put their
creative energy to work and create
a holiday craft. Registration is
recommended! Kids can start their
craft any time between 1 and 2 p.m.
but must finish by 3 p.m. When the
kids are done, we'll bring your child


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to you. The theme March 4 will be
"St. Patrick's Day"
Teen Time with the Wii!
is designed for ages 12-18 only!
Nintendo Wii will be available for
play on Friday afternoons from
2 to 4 p.m. Parents and family
members are welcome to hang
out and use the library, but the
Wii activities are only available to
teens. Ifyou have any questions,
ask for Miss Janice. .

Staff picks
"Prior Bad Acts" by Tami
Hoag (CD Fie Hoa). I listened to
this on CD and didn't want it to
end. It starts out with a bang. An
unspeakably gruesome crime is
investigated and sickens even the
most hardened detectives. The
criminal is caught. A sensational
trial ensues and threatens to let
the criminal off on a technicality.
The whole city becomes embroiled.
The evilness of the crime creates
a bomb-like atmosphere and
spawns unlikely vengeance crimes.
I couldn't stop listening. It comes
highly recommended by this CD
listener.
"Whispers" by Dean Koontz.
I read this book, among his first,
probably 30 years, ago. It is the
only book that has ever kept me
up all night to finish. Good thing
I finished it in daylight, as I was
living alone at the time. I have
always thought it was the scariest
book I had ever read. I decided to
listen to it on CD these many years
later to see if the story evoked the
same feelings ... and it sure did.
For those all a little squeamish, I
wouldn't recommend it. However,
for those who love Dean Koontz,
give it a try.

Contact us
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce Drive,
Crestview, FL 32539 (behind the
Crestview Post Office)
On the Web: www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.htm


child. To purchase tickets,
call the Northwest Florida
Ballet at 850-664-7787.

Faye Jones Art
Exhibit
Through APRIL En-
joy the artistry of local
artist'Faye -Jones at the
Crestview Public Library.
Exhibition is free and open
during normal business
hours. Call 682-4432 for
more information.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday,
March 9, 2009 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting inr
the Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the. City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1420 which is set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO.; 1420
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 30.13 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST,.AND BEING DESCRIBED AS
SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING
FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 30.13 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1420 is
identified in the Okaloosa Counly's Property Appraiser's
Office by parcel identification numbers 35-3N-24-0000-
0008-0010. Said 30.13 acre parcel is located in Section 35,
Township 3 North, Range 24 West, near the western end of
Point Center Road. The parcel's location is shown on the
map labeled "Ord. 1420" in this advertisement.
Copy of the' proposed ordinance and complete legal
description of the property being annexed are available in the
City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in
the City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected
by the public.and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal- Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


Janice F. Young
City Clerk


February 25, 2009
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1st Alternate Brook-
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2nd Alternate Jenna
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3rd Alternate Jessica


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named Florida's Region 1 School Volunteer of the Year for her work at Walker
Elementary School. With Rushing are Walker Principal Jeannie Kirkland and
Okaloosa County Schools Assistant Superintendent Rodney Nobles.



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When Cassandra Rush-
ing was a student at Walker
Elementary School, she
took an interest in helping
out around the office.
Now a student at North-
west Florida State College,
she hasn't stopped.
"She began helping out
in fifth grade," said Prin-
cipal Jeanine Kirkland.
"When she moved to middle
school she would always
come back to our school at
the end of the day and she
would help us out.
"When she was at Crest-
view High School she would
volunteer," Kirkland con-
tinued. '"After that she. be-
gan volunteering after high
school, helping in class-
rooms.
Over the last two years
she has been helping in
fourth grade classrooms,


helping with filing, reading
with students, and helping
the teachers.
Rushing's dedication
earned her the state De-
partment of Education's Re-
gion 1 Volunteer of the Year
award.
"That's big. That's big for
us," said Okaloosa School
District Superintendent Dr.
Alexis Tibbetts.
Tibbetts said after Rush-
ing completes her studies
at NWFSC, she plans to-
continue her education at
Florida State University.
"Of all things, what do
you think she's going to ma-
jor in? Education!" Tibbetts
exclaimed.
Rushing was inspired to
pursue a degree in educa-
tion by observing Belinda
Howington, a teacher at
Walker.
"I just loved how, she
taught the class and how en,
tertaining she made every-


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thing," Rushing said. "I love
interacting with the children
and knowing I can make a
difference in their lives."
Rushing was hard at
work at Walker two weeks
ago when Rodney Nobles,
assistant superintendent
of schools,, and Kirkland
came in the room bear-
ing a bouquet and the an-
nouncement of Rushing's
honor.
"I was in the corner grad-
ing tests when they came
in," Rushing said. "I was so
surprised."
"It's so great to see a
young person take an inter-
est in their school," Nobles
said. "The fact that she
wants to be an educator is
real encouraging."
"We are so proud of her,"
Kirkland added.
Rushing will be honored
at a luncheon in Daytona
Beach for statewide volun-
teers of the year on April 17.


MISS CHS WINNERS:
2nd Alternate
Jenna Johnson;
Miss CHS 2009
Taylor Martin;
1 st Alternate
Brooklyn
Howard; 3rd
Alternate Jessica
Rumbach.


Rumbach
Best Poise and Pres-
ence Taylor Martin
Best Talent Jessica
Rumbach
Best Interview Tay-
lor Martin
Best Scholastic Aver-
age Taylor Martin
Miss Congeniality Ol-
ivia Weeks


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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


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are made aware ol all exemptions or which they may quality.,
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. 2B


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football game. The game
was well into the second
quarter when the last
guests cleared the booths
and headed for seats in the
bleachers.
"What can we do to
help alleviate this prob-
lem?" Principal Ed Cole-
man asked his instruc-
tional staff.
Brainstorming ses-
sions Coleman calls it
"starting out on a napkin"
not only came up with
a rough idea for new sta-
dium entrance gates, but
also pinpointed the talent
necessary to realize the
vision:
The school's CHOICE
students.
Crestview High is the
county pioneer, and one
of the state's models,
when it comes to offering
viable, industry-driven
career education options
for students who don't
necessarily plan to
attend college upon grad-
uation.
The school's CHOICE
institutes Community
High: Okaloosa Institute
for Career Education
offer a variety of pro-
fessional certification
programs, many of which
were challenged to make
the napkin drawings a
reality.
Coleman began by
asking Greg Eltright's
construction efigineering
drafting class to come up
with the overall design
for a defined stadium
entrance that also would
increase the flow of tick-
et-buying fans.
It was then up to
students in Yolanda
Porter's digital design
class to "pretty it up,"
including the creation of
ornamentation for the
large gates. They created
a Bulldog paw print
motif in the center of
each gate.
"Then I went to Mike
Eglin's welding class and
asked, 'Can you make
these gates?'" Coleman
related. ,
Eglin's kids jumped at
the opportunity and broke
out their torches.
Meanwhile, Don
Fleming's construction
technology carpentry
students went to work on
the construction of the
project.
Ronnie Cawthon's
electric class will wire'
the ticket booths for elec-
tricity.
The result, rapidly ris-
ing on the, east side of the
stadium, is a handsome
,quartet of four ticket
booths capped by a broad
roof. The new booths will
double the traffic capac-
ity of the current north'
and south entrances
while also providing a
formal entrance for the
stadium.
"We're building some-
thing that will not only
benefit the school, but
will benefit the commu-
nity with shorter lines,"
Coleman said as he
observed the carpentry
students hoisting the roof
framework into place.
"In 10 or 20 years, these
same kids can come back
and proudly say, 'I had
something to do with
that.'
"It's killing two birds
with one stone," Coleman
continued. "We're get-
ting the job we wanted
and the kids are working
toward their industry cer-
tification."
As their new skills are
put to work improving
their school, they're
also working with pride.


"It's taken a while
but it's coming out
pretty good," said Dustin
Cuoghi with a degree of
satisfaction after he
and Isaac Teter man-
handled aside a heavy
iron gate now ready to be
painted.


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financial health of the city.
Other education/ ex-
perience: Served 28 years
in the United States Air
Force, performing in many
supervisory and manage-
rial positions in aircraft
maintenance and the com-
mand and control career
fields, before retiring in
2005. Earned two associ-
ates in applied science
degrees, Aircraft Acces-
sory Systems Technology


and Information Systems
Technology, from the
Community College of the
Air Force. Completed 96
semester hours of study
toward a bachelor of sci-
ence degree in Nuclear
Engineering, Sciences at
the University of Florida.
Graduated from the, 2008
John Scott Dailey Florida
Institute of Government,
Institute for Elected Mu-
nicipal Officials.


Reason you are seek-
ing this position: "My
interaction with our city
employees in their work-
place has provided me
with invaluable insight on
the many opportunities to
improve the management
of our city. As a parent,
I have a vision to signifi-
cantly improve what can
be done for our youth. I of-
fer proactive, accountable
leadership, committed to


the success of Crestview. I
will always put the best in-
terest of our citizens first
and foremost. I ask for
your vote on March 10."
Biggest issue the
council faces and what
you will do about it: There
are many big issues; the
biggest depends on whom
you're asking. For example,
our youth are concerned
about entertainment and
employment; our adults,


Highway 85 congestion,
employment and afford-
able housing; our senior
citizens, accessibility to
services and health care. I
will devote myself to work-
ing with all levels of gov-
ernment to resolve their
issues and bring business
and industry to Crestview.
Our citizens are calling for
proactive leadership, and
I'm answering their call to
duty."


BOWMAN from page Al

help; also responsible for managed her own real es- fled Residential Specialist running my own business two of the most important
having the Ten Command- tate company successfully Institute. will be assets to the city." issues that our city faces
ments hung in the lobby of for the past 41 years; real Reason you are run- Biggest issue the coun- now. I will also work to low-
City Hall. estate designations, includ- ning for city council: "I cil faces and what you will er Crestview's ad valorem
Other education/ ex- ing graduating the Real feel that my experience in do about it: "I feel that traf- taxes, which are the high-/
perience: Has owned and Estate Institute and Certi- the government field and fic and budget issues are est in Okaloosa County."


THEATER from page Al


"We have three to four
restaurants that are in-
_terested in coining in if
the cinema opens," Jerni-
gan said.
A second phase, east of
the cinema and shopping
center, would feature a
92-unit complex of "very,
very nice" apartments.
The third phase, located
south of the cinema, would
be a proposed 170,000-sq.
ft. business park with of-
fice and warehouse space,


and a farmers', market.
While the develop-
ers would prefer to ne-
gotiate with the county,
Jernigan told the council,
they were seeking a fall-
back of city sewer service
to assure the project can
get started before the
funding opportunity ex-
pires.
"I'm not asking the city
to spend a nickel on this,"
Jernigan said. "We will
still generate hundreds .of


jobs. I'm just asking the
city to back me with the
sewer if we need it.
"We will get the cinema
done," Jernigan assured.
"The cinema will come
in."
"I would welcome that
type of thing," said Coun-
cilman Chip Wells as he
moved to approve Keith
Park Developers' request.
"We've been waiting for
something like this for a
long time."


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Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Council to developers:

No fee waiver for you


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview City
Council denied a waiver of
newly imposed impact fees
for a $17 million housing
development requested by
a group of local developers
and their California
banker.
It was the second
request to waive fees
the council heard during
Monday night's meeting.
Spokesmen for Weeks
Engineering and Southern
Boys Development
requested a waiver for
their proposed 350-unit
Spring Creek Apartments.
A representative of
Wells Fargo's Multi-
Family Capital branch,
who flew to Florida from
San Francisco, spoke of
the bank's enthusiasm
and support of the project
but hinted the bank might
reconsider if the fees were
not reduced.
The impact fees are
expected to be more than
$982,000. Based on the
developers' engineering
calculations, they
requested a reduction of
more than $400,000 to help
achieve their financing.
The council sympathized
but was not moved.
"Our impact fees are for
a purpose. They are to help
the infrastructure for all of
the citizens,of Crestview,"
said Councilman Charles
Baugh. He was backed by
council members Linda
Parker and Chip Wells,
who expressed hesitance
to change the fees,
particularly because they
have been well known for
some time.
City attorney Ben
Holley advised the council
that the only way to
amend the ordinance that
established the impact.
fees would be to pass a
new ordinance.
Earlier, the
council heard from a
representative of First
City Bank in Fort Walton
Beach, who requested a
waiver in water, sewer
and garbage fees from the
monthly $44.50 per unit the
bank has been paying on
13 town homes on Johnson
Court.
The bank requested
to pay just the minimum
water fee of $9 per month
because the homes are
vacant and available for
sale or rent and are not
using the utilities.
City clerk Janice Young
said city code requires
if a residence uses one
utility, it must pay for
all three of them. After
Wells pointed out that the
bank understood the risk
involved when it assumed
ownership of the units, the
council refused action on
the matter.

Other business
The council voted 3-2
to install rumble strips and
large speed limit signs on
Texas Parkway as speed
control devices following
a citizen's request to
reinstall stop signs that
had been removed.
City Public Works
director Wayne Steele
counseled against
reinstalling the stop signs,
as Florida code does not
countenance the use of
stop signs as speed control
devices.
Council members Bob
Allen and Baugh voted
against installing the
rumble strips and speed ,
limit signs.
The council heard a
report from Jeff Fanto, a
consultant for the regional
Economic Development
Council, on its "Tech Men"
program, which offers
teaming of skilled labor
with industry.
Four of the 11
Crestview companies
that belong to the EDC


are eligible to participate
in the program, though
under questioning by
Wells, Fanto said only one
is an active participant.


Fanto also
explained the "I-10
Wired" program,
which "embraces
the innovation of
entrepreneurs in our
area around technology-
driven businesses."
The council
expressed polite
frustration that it does
not seem to be getting
much for its annual
$10,000 membership
fee in the EDC and said
questions it requested
answered from a
,previous report were
not addressed by Fanto,
who confessed he was
unaware of them.
"I'd like to know
what the citizens of
Crestview are getting
for the $2,500 each
quarter," Baugh said.
"Every time I look in
the paper I see a lot
of development down
south, but our city,
the largest city in the
county, isn't getting
anything."

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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

It might not be the
Great Depression.
But it's the depression
of our day, according to
Dale Rice Jr., and the
First National Bank of
Crestview president
said the area's young
professionals should
have a "survival kit" to
weather the economic
storm.
Rice explained the
components of a good
survival kit during
the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
PILOT (Professional
and Inspired Leaders
of Tomorrow) young
professionals committee
meeting last Thursday at
Coach 'N Four.
"If you like intense
and adverse situations,
you're in it," Rice said.
"Your age group has
an opportunity to make
things happen."
Many of Rice's themes
came back to one simple
bit of advice: Avoid debt.
"Debt kills families,
companies and
countries," he said. "If I
could give you any tip, it
would be to control the


Analytical skills
Flexibility/
adaptability
Computer skills
Self confidence
Loyalty (added by
Dale Rice Jr.)

said, "but he is not
spreading the wealth. He
is spreading the debt."
He listed the
characteristics corporate
recruiters look for in
prospective employees
and leaders (see


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FNB president offers economic 'survival kit'


Communication
skills
Honesty/integrity
Teamwork skills
Interpersonal skills
Motivation/initiative
Strong work ethic

'debt bomb."'
He expressed doubts
about the federal
,governments recent
efforts to slow the
economic slide.
"It's not all (President
Obama's) fault," Rice


"Do you think we
would be in this
mess if we had
people who really
believed in these
things?"

Dale Rice Jr.
President, First National Bank of
Crestview


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of his own loyalty.
"Do you think we
would be in this mess if
we had people who really
believed in these things?"
Rice asked.
He encouraged his
audience to live with a
sense of urgency. He used
the Pittsburgh Steelers'
Super Bowl win against
Arizona Cardinals as
an example, reminding
listeners that both the
Steelers and Cardinals
gave themselves chances
to win in the final
minutes.
"If you're not living
with a sense of urgency,
you are going to be a
casualty," he said.
He summed up his
message with some
words of wisdom from
Mark Twain: "Plan for
the future, because it
is where you will be
spending the rest of your
life."
He then added, "We
can quote great people,
but why not quit quoting
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great people?"
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: City of Valparaiso votes to sue the Air Force
because of concerns about the noise the F-35 program
slated for Eglin Air Force Base would bring to the
Val-P area.
I hereby call on all editors along the Gulf Coast to give
front page coverage and to write editorials in support
of Eglin and the F-35 coming here. I'm certain each of
your chambers of commerce are in favor of this. Now the
mayor of Valparaiso has chosen to sue the Air Force over
noise, even though the planes will use another runway
so as to avoid flying over his town. I call on all local print
and online media to.support our community. Without the
F-35 (the F-15s are already leaving) there is no compelling
reason to keep Eglin open. All of us along the coast need
the trickle down from Eglin. Please give this story all the
coverage you can. Washington is watching, especially
(representatives of) those in other states who would love
to have what Valparaiso is willing to throw away. This will
hurt us all.

The air traffic corridor is right over the elementary
school, and what figures the Air Force has been willing to
release, which are few and far between, already admit the
noise will be at levels that are dangerous for permanent
hearing damage (and) making it an impossible learning
environment. Those of you that don't care and say the
government is always right might lose your own house
one day to eminent domain so they can put up a shopping
center. See how you like it then. "

Topic: Emerald Coast Association of Realtors
endorses Chip Wells (Precinct 1) and Charles Baugh
(Precinct 3) for Crestview city council elections.
Aren't there three seats up for grabs in Crestview? Why
no endorsement for Crestview's precinct 2? ... Congrats
Wells and Baugh. If the area realtors are for you two in
these worst of times, maybe that's a good sign you are the
right men for those council positions.

That's great news for Wells and Baugh but it'd be nice
to know what questions were asked and their answers so I
could make my own decision.

Topic: Laurel Hill eighth grader Ashley McLeod
shines in FFA speaking competition
Sometimes we fret for the future of our country and
then we read about the awesome accomplishments
of a girl like Ashley and know we can rest assured our
schools are churning out some great future leaders.
Congratulations, young lady!

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin previews the
Crestview Police Department's future headquarters in
the former CitiChurch building.
I am so excited about the new PD. This is much needed
space. The story states that currently the fire department
currently is in the building next door, which is not exactly,
accurate. Currently the PD and FD are all in the same
building on Woodruff. There is not enough room in that
building for both agencies! At the time that PD and FD
moved into that building it was too small! Poor planning
there! So I am excited that we will now have a building
large enough for all of the departments within CPD to be
in the same building and not spread out all over town with
shared offices previously only big enough for one desk!

That's great we will have a police station due to the'
influx of people. However, they won't be able to get here
because the traffic and roads still stink And where will
they eat and shop? Big choices. Bigger than the South end
and we have a whole three grocery stores and less than
a handful of eating facilities. Maybe the rest of the city
can get behind the police department and attract some
businesses to support the locals. At least some people are
trying to grow and improve themselves.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com, or post your thoughts at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Complaining is just shared mediocrity."

RANDY DICKSON
(1958-)
Crestview News Bulletin sports editor


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offered congratulations to
Baker's boys basketball
team after its district
championship, saluted
the cancer survivors who
attended a Relay For Life
ice cream social in their
honor, and given props to
the cast members of the
.upcoming Crestview High
School spring musical.
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NOFD a democracy
or dictatorship?
Dear Editor:
: Are we living in a
democratic society or a
dictatorship?
Why is it that we must
once again vote on the
proposed North Oka-
loosa Fire District tax
increase when the vot-
ers have already spoken
twice on this same issue?
If America's political
system operated the way
our local system does, we
would not have the right
to elect or leaders. They
would have the option of
refusing to step down.
Why then do the voters of


The North Okaloosa
Fire District debate
Both my residence
.arid my business are in
the NOFD. I can't imag-
ine anybody choosing to
pay an additional 50-100
percent in fire insurance
premiums over a simple
one hundred twenty nine
dollars and forty three
cents. To me this seems
cut and dry. By the way, I
have checked out the facts
for myself with my insur-
ance agent. If we lose our
current ISO rating of a 5
this will happen.


the NOFD not have the
same rights?
This issue was brought
to the voters twice last
year as a millage rate
based on the assessed
value of our homes. We
voted that down twice.
Now it has been revised,
to tax all residences and
business at the same
rate of increase,.142.9
percent. That is not only
an outrageous increase
in this time of economic
peril, but also an unfair
taxation, placing an un-
fair burden on the lower
income and elderly resi-
dents of the district.
I encourage all the
residents of the NOFD


Who needs fire protec-
tion anyways? It'll never
happen to me. Let some-
one else worry about it.
But if (the NOFD) did
go bankrupt, who do you
expect to provide the ser-
vice? When companies
go bankrupt you don't get
your money back And no
one will do it for free.

I do believe a well-run
fire department could do
it for far less than what is
being proposed. The debt
seems to be the problem
here, not the day-to-day


to write to your state
legislators about this
forced issue and request
them to stop this way of
forcing you to approve tax
increases that you have
already refused twice.
Roy Lyons
NOFD resident

Wake up, NOFD
residents
This is for all that live
in North Okaloosa Fire
District, the doughnut
that circles the city of
Crestview. You are about
to see the largest tax
increase of your lifetime,
more than 143 percent in
your fire tax. This is what


operations. Maybe if the
NOFD put as much effort
into getting a bailout as
they have in harassing us
with multiple elections
then it would be out of this
mess. I think I read where
part of the stimulus pack-
age was for aid to fire de-
partments.

Disappearing
comments
Many online comments
connected to the North
Okaloosa Fire District
referendum have disap-
peared from the www.


your fire commissioners
and the fire chiefs want.
There is only one way
tp stop this, and that is for
you to vote NO on March
10.
If you do not know
where to vote, please call
your Supervisor of Elec-
tions at 689-5600.
Please stop this fool-
ishness for the third time
in less than a year and let
your neighbor know were
to go and vote.
By the way, this is cost-
ing us taxpayers more
than $14,000 to run this
special election on March
10.
Harold Lafontain
Crestview


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Dunn putting Bob Sikes Airport on aviation map


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When Jonathan Dunn
told the committee tasked
with awarding Bob Sikes
Airport's new fixed base
operator (FBO) contract
"Putting the customer first,
that's my motto," he wasn't
blowing smoke.
Pilots already have tak-
en note of the new Crest-
view airport FBO's high
level of customer service
and attention to detail, and
have responded positively.
"The maintenance is
top-notch, and so is the
customer service," said
pilot Robert Tanner's Feb.
13 post on www.airnav.*
com, a Web site for pilots.
"The fuel prices are much
less than Destin. I heartily
recommend CEW" (CEW
is the FAA designation for
Crestview Airport.)
At the beginning of the
year, Dunn's company, Em-
erald Coast Aviation, took
over FBO duties.
Dunn, president and
owner of Emerald Coast, is
a bundle of energy with an
engaging banter, a passion
for service and a catchy
English accent from his
boyhood in London.
Dunn loves airplanes
and the people who fly, fix
and maintain them. He has
an eye for marketing to at-
tract more general aviation
traffic to Bob Sikes Air-
port's refurbished terminal
building.
"He's immediately ad-
vertising and starting to
capture some of that ambi-
ent traffic," said county air-
ports director Greg Dono-
van.
Hand in hand with at-
tracting newtraffic and sup-
porting current customers
is the $50,000-plus Emerald
Coast Aviation has invested
in refurbishing and furnish-
ing the terminal building.',
"In the, days leading up
to January 1, Jonathan gut-


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SIT A SPELL: New lounge furniture, Starbucks coffee and gourmet cookies greet
visitors to Bob Sikes Airport's refurbished terminal. New facilities also include a
flight planning room and a pilot's snooze room.


ted the fixed base operator
offices and lounge," Dono-
van said. "You wouldn't
even recognize it. He had
dumpsters full of stuff. It's
pretty cool to see the prog-
ress he made in such a
short amount of time."
The smell of Starbucks
coffee and freshly baked
gourmet cookies mingles
with that of new, comfort-
able leather furniture when
you walk into the terminal
lounge.
"We now have a flight
planning room and a snooze
room, where pilots can re-
lax when their passengers
go into town to do their
business," Dunn said.
In the hangar next door
to the terminal; Brad Hall,
Emerald Coast's vice presi-
dent of maintenance, over-
sees the prompt fueling and
maintenance of visiting air-
craft or-those based at Bob
Sikes.
"We have all new ground
support equipment, such
as a ground power unit,"'
Dunn said.
In addition to servicing
transient aircraft, several'
local pilots are requesting
maintenance services.


NEW MANAGEMENT: Emerald Coast Aviation, Crestview
Airport's new fixed-base operator, spent more than
$50,000 to refurbish the airport terminal, including
new paint, signage and landscaping.




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"We're already tight for
space," Hall said.
During a visit last week,
local city and business lead-
ers stepped around pallets
of sod as they approached
the terminal building, newly
painted and sporting a new,
lighted sign. New landscap-
ing adds to the appeal.
"Jonathan put in a brand
new fuel farm, and it's gor-
geous," Donovan said.
"Now we're ripping out the
old tanks."
"We've invested a quar-
ter of a million dollars in the
above-ground fuel farm,"
Dunn confirmed.
In addition to making
Crestview attractive to pi-
lots passing through the
area, Emerald Coast Avia-
tion has offered a modest
boost to the area economy.
"We've created seven
jobs in our first 45 days,"
Dunn said proudly.
Within a month, Emer-
ald Coast will open a flight
school. Even more exciting
for aviation enthusiasts are
Dunn's plans for a new pub-
lic terminal.
He recalled times as' a
boy when ltis family would
visit the local airport just
to watch aircraft come and
go while enjoying a meal
overlooking the runway. It's
a concept he seeks to recre-
ate in Crestview.
"When I build my ter-'
minal in 18 month's time,
I want to have a small res-
taurant in it. It's going to
be aviation-themed," Dunn
said.
In addition to offering.
another dining option in the
eastern part of Crestview,
the proposed airport res-
taurant will provide a busi-
ness opportunity for a local
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for proposal," Dunn said.
"Applications have to come
from Crestview or the
county. They have to tell us
what they can do for us if
we give them a restaurant
at minimal cost."
Making the local airport
an inviting place for lo-
cal folks to visit and bring
their kids, even if they don't
own an airplane and aren't
heading off on a flight, is
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"The most important
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watch the planes, they're
welcome. I urge people to
come out and visit us.
"This building belongs
to the taxpayers, and I've
been given the very lucky
privilege of running it
for the taxpayers," Dunn
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,During the recent presentation of the
Bob Sikes Crestview Airport master plan,
county airports director Greg Donovan
announced a new tenant for the airport.
Vertol Systems Company of Hillsboro,
Ore., will assemble helicopter compo-
nents in a new hangar to be. constructed
southwest of the cluster of airport service
buildings, Donovan said.
"They will begin construction of
their manufacturing facility in 90 days,"


he said.
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www.vscglobal.com, VSC provides its cus-
tomers "with specialized helicopter and
aircraft solutions specific to those organi-
zations' unique requirements."
VSC already has a small presence at
Destin Airport, but its Crestview facility
will be its biggest local presence, Dono-
van said.
Dopovan gave no indication of how
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nor of the size of the company's antici-
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1/31: JONATHAN, A.
CHAMPION, 29, of 695
Seven Oaks Road, DeFu-
niak Springs, was charged
with possession of crack
cocaine.

2/2: VERLENE M.
LLOYD, 61, of 1485 Core-
mo Drive, Crestview, was
charged with, aggravated
assault with the intent to
commit a felony.

2/3: GEORGIA SILER,
42, of 1231 W Edney Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with counterfeiting of pay
instrument with intent to
defraud.


2/4: SEBASTIAN J. funds fraud.
DURM, a.k.a. Buddy Boy,
32, of 111 Oglesby Ave., 2/6: JASON LEE ABLE,
Crestview, was charged 33, of 106 Lake St., Crest-
with resisting arrest with- view,, was charged with
out violence. CARLOS E. possession of a controlled
MENDEZ-RODRIGUEZ, substance and obstruction
43, of 977 E. Chestnut Ave., by disguise.
Crestview, was charged
with being a fugitive from 2/7: HENRY BERETTA
justice based on a warrant FOSTER, 32, of. 192 Wash-
from Puerto Rico. BAR- ington St., Crestview, was
RIS LYNELL JOHNSON, charged with worthless
23, of 81 Thomas Ave., checks based on an Es-
DeFuniak Springs, was cambia County warrant.,
charged with assault based WILLIAM A. DEGRAW,
on a Walton County war- 43, of 225 Edgewood Place,
rant. GARY DEWAYNE Crestview, was charged
GARRETT, 39, of 111 with driving under the in-
Southern Court, Crestview, fluence of alcohol or drugs
was charged with being a and driving while license
fugitive from justice, based suspended (infraction). *
on a Covington County, Ala. WILLIAM GORDON LAT-
warrant and insufficient TA, 38, of 3246 Little Sil-


ver Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving under
the influence of alcohol or
drugs.

2/8: DONALD RAY AD-
AMS, 898 N. Ferdon Blvd.,
Crestview, was charged
with domestic violence/
battery/causing bodily
harm.

2/9: MICHAEL JE-
ROME MOORE, 33, of 507
S. Lindoln St., Crestview,
was charged with fraud
- uttering a false bank
check.

2/10: CHRIS ALLEN
THOMPSON; 25, of 668
Mayo Trail, Crestview, was
charged with possession of
drug paraphernalia.


2/11: BILLY WAYNE
KINCHEN II, 34, of 1005
Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. 3C, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended. or revoked, first
offense. JACKSON E
MUNOZ, 23, of 1026 SW St.
4, Miami, was charged with
operating a motor vehicle
without a valid 'license. *
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50, OF 9816 S. Aftonwood
St., Highland Ranch, Colo.,
was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams.
of marijuana and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.

2/12: ROBERT V ROW-
AN, 36, of 5818 Pinecrest
Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving un-
der the influence with


minor accompanying the
driver. JASON .DANIEL
BAGGETT, 19, of 3120 Bay
Ridge Drive, Crestview,.
was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and ,posses-
sion or use of narcotic
equipment. WILLIAM
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Quina Way, Pensacola, was
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valid license. JEFFREY
LEE DAVIS, 26, of 238 Lake
Drive, Laurel. Hill, was
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school baseball
Baker at Pleasant Home,
6:30 p.m.
Crestview at Pine Forest,
JV 4 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.

High school softball
Central JV at Laurel Hill.
DH, 3:30 p.m.
Freeport at Baker, 6 p.m.
Crestview at Pine Forest,
JV 4:30 p.m.N 6:30 p.m.

Friday
High school baseball
Vernon at Baker, 6:30
p.m
Tate at Crestview, JV
4 p.m.V 6:30 p.m.
Freeport at Laurel Hill,
JV 3 p.m./V 5 p.m.

High school softball
Laurel Hill atWalton, 6,
p.m.
Baker atVernon, 6 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Lowball, Feb.'19
1, Mike Costabile,.
George Bonner, Neil
Thompson,Werth Pittm'an,
Sonny Logsdon -8
2. Howard Mitchell,
Ron Magruder, Gary Zick,
Johnny Ray -8
3. David Smith, Bill
Chandler, David Gansel,
David Hnnant -8
4.Jack Patten, Neil
Locke,Aaron Daniel, Don
~Mazerat -6

Foxwobd C.C.
Lowball, Feb. 15
I. David Smith Hal
Jellison,Alan Parsons, Mike
Babine,Jeff Ramesy -14
2. Steve Whiddon, Jerry
Maughon,John Oldacre,
Brandon Smith,Johnny
Ray -9
3.Tom Prier, Larry
SFordyce, Dan Watford,Tom
Cook -9
4. Bobby Elmore. Debra
Elmore,John Elmore.Ar-
chie Perez, Jesse Perez -8
.5, Scott Decker, Daniel;
Beachamp, Chi Nguyen, Lee
Holland -7
6. Brandon Martin, Greg
Martin, Marshall King, David
Hinnant -7

Hole-iri-one
Keith Hilton of. Baker,
Feb. 7.2009. No. 13,155
yards,with a 4-iron

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Sign in will be at 8:30
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The format is a four-
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team.
Cost of the tournament
is $25 plus cart fee for
Foxwood members. Non-
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p.m. Cost for one seminar
is $89. Cost for both


seminars is $139.


Baseball programs poised or big seasons


Don't look now, but this could
be a banner year for high school
baseball in the north end of
Okaloosa County.
Crestview has been in
the hunt for the last several
years in District 1-5A. And
last year, Laurel Hill made
some noise on the diamond.
Don't be surprised to see
Baker join the party this
year. NORTH
ZON
The Gators showed Randy D0
me something in what
some people might have seen as a
lopsided loss to Crestview on Friday.
Christian Mainor looked good
on the mound for several innings,
and the Gators stayed close until


the Bulldogs took charge in the fifth
inning.
Baker wasn't even playing at

Players still were playing
basketball. When the
basketball players return
and put the Gators at full
strength, they have a chance
to play with most people in
District 1-2A!
END One thing that should
IE help the Gators: Coach
ickson Gary Taylor is now in
his third year. This year's
seniors have played most of their
high school careers under Taylor's
leadership and know the way he'
wants to do things.
Taylor has worked in recent


years to improve the difficulty of
the Gator schedule. Baker might
take some lumps against a quality
5A team like Crestview, but there's
a good probability the Gators won't
see any.local 2A squads as good as
the Bulldogs.

Sometimes the best thing a
coach has to offer is knowledge
about kids.
At Laurel Hill, that's just what
Ronnie Smith knows best.
Smith didn't have the luxury of
learning baseball as a college and
minorleague player like Crestview
coach Tim Gillis, but Smith has
spent a lot of time raising boys.
See DIKKSON B3 ,


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Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Laurel Hill's
softball program is coming
dff back-to-back District 1-
1A .softball titles and would
seem to. be the team to beat
in 2009.
It doesn't hurt that the Ho-
boes have senior pitcher Ka-
tie Free coming back for her
farewell campaign.
With Free pitching, coach
Scott Varnum has one less
thing to worry about most
games.
"It feels great to have
Katie out there pitching,"
he said. "She has a lot of ex-
perience. I think she's been
playing this game at the var-
sity level since she was in the
sixth or seventh grade.
"It's a great feeling, and
we just sort of try to build
around her." .
Even with Free in the
circle, Varnum might be de-
scribed as cautiously opti-
mistic.
"We have a long ways to
go, a long ways to go," he
said. "The girls are working
hard. We are no4t where we
want to be, but I like a lot of
the effort and attitude I'm
seeing out here. -
"The girls have really
been behind each other. We
lost three seniors and three
(starting) spots on the field,,
and those are some big shoes
to fill, but I feel like we have
some kids that are going to
step up."
Varnum said he thinks the
success of the Hobo softball
program motivates the play-
ers. The older players also
ard motivated by some lean
years when they were young-
er.


"I think back to my first
year here when Katie was
an eighth grader and her
and Amanda King were car-
rying the load. We had a lot
.of teams beat our eyes out,"'
Varnum said. "That had an
influence on them and helped
them mature a lot.'
"They learned to lose a
little bit, and it makes you
stronger. When you experi-
ence a loss, you know what
winning means when you
go through two winning sea-
,sons, and it becomes addic-
tive. The expectancy is high
now, and they expect to win
when they walk on the field."
Varnum doesn't expect to
have a lineup set until he has
had a chance to see some of
his players in games.
"We are still trying to
juggle some things here and
come out and work hard ev-
ery day," he said. "We do
have some returning players
that have been on two pretty
good teams.'
"That should help with
some leadership to pull some
of the younger players in and
help them mature into their
spots."
Varnum said he won't be
too disappointed if the Ho-
boes don't get off to a light-
ning fast start.
"We are going to be rusty
at the start of the season like
everybody else," he said. "We
just have to work it out by the
end of the season. This game
is all about chemistry. It's all
about chemistry and pitch-
ing."

Follow all of the local
spring sports teams through
our online prep sports refer-
ence pages at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


PITCH AND CATCH: Laurel Hill softball catcher
Jessica Gartman returns the ball to the pitching
circle.


HOME RUN DERBY
Laurel Hill will be hosting a Home
Run Derby on March 7 following the
second game of its doubleheader
against Walton.
The Home Run Derby is open to any
school baseball player. Cost to enter is
$10, with the money going to help the
LHS baseball program.



Laurel Hill


baseball builds on


2008 breakthrough

Randy Dickson
Crestiew Ne's Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Ronnie Smith has the Laurel Hill
baseball team heading in theiright direction as he
enters his fourth year as head coach,
In 2008, the Hoboes made the playoffs for the
time since 2001. They won their first playoff game
since 1983.
Smith expects another big push this year.
"We are excited," he said. "We think we've got
a baseball team that'can compete. We've got a
goal to be back in the playoffs this year.
"It was three years of hard work that began to
pay off last year. Some of the things I started to do
when I took over are starting to come to fruition.
What they needed was some success."
Laurel Hill long has been known as a basketball
school, but Smith said he thinks there are enough
good baseball players to keep the program in the
hunt for a District 1-1A title.
"I have 31 kids out here working, JV and var-
sity," he said. "We hope we've got the program go-
ing in the right direction.
"When we started (coaching the baseball team
in 2006), we had a junior high team and we prob-
ably had about that many kids '(between high
school and junior high out for baseball)," lie said.
"We've had to keep the kids out here and keep
them working and show them the right thing to
do.
"Numbers make for competition, and we think
we've got a competitive JV bunch. We think we've
got a competitive varsity bunch."

See BASEBALL B3


BOYS.
BASKETBALL
Baker 71,
Bozeman 44
Josh Rose was a thorn
in the flesh for Bozeman
in Region 1-2A boys
quarterfinal action on
Thursday.
Rose, a senior guard
for Baker, had 20 points
and five assists to lead the
Gators to a 71-44 win.
"I was just trying to let
us keep the momentum
up," Rose said. "Regardless
of whether we are winning
or not, there are things we
have to keep working on,
and I feel if we keep the
intensity up, it helps us get
better on the defensive side.
of the ball."
Rose scored his first
basket, a 3-pointir, 17
seconds into the game to
give'the Gators a lead they
would never relinquish.
He had seven points in
the first quarter to go-along
with Stephen Shelley's eight
points as the Gators raced
to a 24-12 lead.
Colton Henry scored
six of his, 12 points during a
Baker flurry in the second
,quarter that put the game
away. Henry hit three 3-
pointers in the second
quarter to break out of a
shooting slump.
"I was pretty excited
because I haven't been
hitting in the other games,"
.he said."We knew we
couldn't overlook them
and we had to play as hard
as we could if we wanted
to win.
It seemed as' if every
Gator had something to
. do with the run. Shelley,
Rose, Josh Yost and Chad
.Donley all scored during
the impressive stretch that,
propelled the Gators to a
46-18 lead at the half.
Bozeman never got
closer than 24 points in the
second half.And when they
did, Rose took over again
scoring eight of nine Gator
points as Baker increased
the lead to 33.
A Donley basket with
6:35 left in the game put
Baker up by 35 and started
the running clock.-
"The last four games
we haven't shot the ball as
'well as we are capable of,"'
Gator coach Mike Martello
said. "Tonight we came out
it was falling.That makes
the game so much more fun
the ball is falling."
Boz 12 6 8 18 -44
Bak 24 22 14 II -71
Baker Colton Henry
12,Josh Rose 20,Josh
Yost 7, Colten Jernigan 3,
Cameron Davis 2, Phillip
Hills 4, Stephen Shelley II,
Jarrod Batson 4.Totals 20 8
S7-10 71.

Graceville 62,
Laurel Hill 50
The District I runner-
up Hoboes kept the game
tight throughout and shot
well but ultimately couldn't
overcome 22 turnovers
in the Class I-A regional
quarterfinals.
Issiac Williams poured
in 21 points for Laurel Hill
and Seth Strickland added
10, but District 2 champion
Graceville countered with
22 points from.Cameron
Dozier, who sank 7-of-8
from the free throw line in
the fourth quarter.
Laurel Hill finished the
year 12-13.
"For a rebuilding year,
I was happy" Laurel Hill
coach Kent Zessin said.

BASEBALL
Crestview 6,
Chipley 5
Jason Parker knocked in
the winning run with one
out in the seventh inning as
See BRIEFS B2


Hobos softball seeks


District 3-peat


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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Sports


Wednesday, February 25, 2009


FROM LEFT: Bozeman's Matt Hentschel fights for a rebound against Jarrod Batson of Baker. Above center, Chad Donley goes to the basket for Baker against
Bozeman's Chase Walker. Above right, Trevor Carnahan dives safely back to first base as a Chipley player waits for the throw.


CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Baker's
Jarrod Batson '(with ball) goes up
against a Bozeman defender;
Baker's Cameron Davis is double-.
teamed by Matt Hentschel and
Vince Ventura of Bozeman; and
Baker's Josh Rose drives down the
court guarded by Vince Ventura
of Bozeman. Rose was the game's
top scorer with 20 points.


Arizona race a qualified

success for Hammonds

Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview native Tom Hammonds now is two-
for-two in qualifying for elimination Sundays during
the 2009 NHRA season a far cryfrom the start of
last season.
Hammonds' weekend at the Arizona NHRA
Nationals ended in the first round of eliminations
with a loss against No. 5 qualifier Jason Line. Line
posted a time of 6.617 seconds (208.75 mph). Ham-
monds clocked in at 6.665 seconds (206.67 mph).
Against Line in elimination rounds, Hammonds
is 0-2.
Hammonds was the No. 12 qualifier with a time
of 6.703 seconds (206.80 mph)
Team Hammnonds' Crew Chief Tomi Laine said
the team is not exactly performing as he had
planned, but he said he was pleased to advance to
eliminations.


For


openers ...

Photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

One local team opened its
regular season last week and
another opened its postseason
journey.
Baker's boys basketball
team started its postseason run
with a 71-44 home win against
Bozeman on Feb. 19 in the
Region i-2A quarterfinals.
Crestview's baseball team
started its season with a 6-5 win
against Chipley on Feb. 17.

See more photos from
both contests at www.
crestviewbulletin.com



,BASEBALL from aQe B1


Smith had to establish a certain no-
nonsense mindset when he first, took
over the team. '
He didn't focus on rivals Paxton,
Central or Rocky Bayou Christian, but
rather getting his players to buy in
to an attitude of hard work equaling
success. Those who weren't willing to
work quit, and those who stayed start-
ed heading the right direction.
Smith still isn't concerned about'
keeping up with the Bobcats.
S"Paxton is just a bunch of boys play-
ing baseball like .us," he said. "Yes,
they've had some success, and nIow
We've had some success."
Smith once joked that the'most im-
portant thing he learned as a first-year
baseball coach in 2006 was the rules.
Smith, a longtime basketball guy, will
be the first to tell you he's still learning
the game.


"I'm smart. enough to seek good
help," he said. "I still don't know a lot
about this game, but I know how to get
kids to work hard and come to work ev-
ery day. Those type of things ... that's
probably 80 percent of it.
'And then it's just picking people's
brains, asking questions and getting
people to help me. By doing that, we've
turned the corner. We are expecting to
be in the hunt this year."
If the Hoboes are to stay in the
hunt this year, Smith said he'll need
senior leadership from Justin Bailey,
Will Sherwood. Joev Okeema and Ron
Norville.
The Hoboes also will need a big
year from junior Ethan Jackson, who
will Smith's No. 1 pitcher. Jackson got
the victory in Laurel Hill's 2008 playoff
win. Smith also is looking to Ryan Sim-
mons and newcomer Dalton Gordon to


CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT:
David Pyle is at bat for
the Bulldogs; Crestview's
Trevor Carnahan makes
a throw to first base;
and senior Josh Edwards
pitches for the Bulldogs.


have good years. Gordon, a sophomore,
probably \iill get the nod at shortstop.
Smith knows he has to find other
pitchers to go along with Jackson.
Right now, as many as six players on
the 12-man roster might see action on
the mound.
"We don't have a pitching staff,"
Smith said. "We have guys that come
off second base and go to the hill. I
know that's common in high school
baseball.
"At a little old school like us, where
we have 12 kids on the varsity, we have
to be able to play different positions.
You don't get through a season with
two or three pitchers."

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me Bulldogs opened tne year
with a victory Feb. 17.
AndrewWirth was the
winning pitcher and socked a
two-run homer and a double.
Sam Bass led off the
seventh with a double, Mick
Brown had a two-run single
in the fourth and David Pyle
added a double.


Crestview 8, Pace 7
David Pyle went 2-for-2
with a double and a home
run while driving in three as
Crestview picked up a dramatic
win over District I -5A rival
and perennial power Pace on
Thursday.
Cody Hancock went 3-for-


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4 at the plate with a double
and an RBI while Sam Bass
delivered an RBI double.
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Baker 11, Rocky Bayou
Christian 1
The Gators only needed
five innings to rack up their I I
runs on Thursday.
In three innings, Rocky
Bayou Christian starting
pitcher Brian Redmon allowed
five runs while also striking
out five.

Crestview 15, Baker 2
Crestview scored early and
often Friday in a lopsided win
over Baker, pounding out 15
runs on 17 hits.
David Pyle,Trevor
Carnahan and Jason Parker
each recorded three hits
apiece. Cody Hancock,Andrew
Wirth and Tyler Davis finished
the night with two hits each.
Carnahan drove in three runs.
Pyle and Hancock each scored
three runs.
Wesley Josey picked up
the win for Crestview after
entering the game in the fourth
inning and striking out five.
Sam Bass, who started for
Crestview, struck out eight
Gator batters.
Christian Mainor took the
loss for Baker.

SOFTBALL
Baker 6, Northview 4
Lauren Griffith struck out
nine and allowed two earned
runs in the victory Feb. 17.
She also tripled and had an
RBI for the Gators. Britteny
Kilpatrick had two hits, an RBI
and a run.
Mollie Royal had two hits


and uesdae Middlebrooks
scored twice.

Tate 14, Crestview 0 (5
innings)
The Dawgs managed just
'one hit Feb. 17 as they fell
against the unbeaten Aggies for
the second time in eight days.
T 236 21 -14 150
COOOOO-0 I 2
L-Britany Kelch.

BOYS TENNIS
Pace 7, Crestview 0
Singles
Kyle Avenarius def. Cody
Dresdon 8-0
'Brandon Kirby def.Aneglo
Fajeda 8-2
David Christopher def.
Joseph Messier 8-0
Brandon Ward def. Mitch
Petesky 8-3
NateVincent def. Kelly
Webb 8-2
Doubles
Avenarius/Kirby def.
Dresdon/Fajeda 6-2,6-3
Christopher/Ward def,
Petesky/Sy Pinkert 6-2 6-2

GIRLS TENNIS
Pace 5, Crestview 2
Singles
Moya Moore (Crestview)
def. Emily Westray 9-7
Kara Metty def. Sydney
Pinkert 8-2
Kelly Kessler def. Cora
Merritt 8-3
Amanda Smyers-Alegre def.
KristinThomas 8-6
Brooklyn Howard
(Crestview) def.Julia Comitalo
8-3
Doubles
Westray/Metty def. Moore/
Merritt 8-4
Kessler/Alegre def. Pinkert/
Thomas 8-2


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
PANHANDLE ORTHOPAEDICS DONATION: Crestview High School track and field coach
Ernie Martin, left, and CHS Principal Ed Coleman, right, accept a donation from
Mike Cass of Panhandle Orthopaedics. The money was used to purchase a new
high jump pit.

Crestview High track and field

appreciates equipment donation


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bullefin
When high jumpers compete .at Jack
Foster Stadium this track and field sea-
son, they'll be in for a soft landing.
The Crestview High School track and
field program has a new high jump pit,
thanks to a donation from Panhandle Or-
thopaedics.
"Dr. (Michael) Gilmore and the staff
over there really wanted to help Crestview
athletics, and they came through with a
big donation towards helping us fund a
new high jump pit, which was sorely need-
ed," Bulldogs track and field coach Ernie
Martin said. "We are so proud that they
were able to sponsor us in getting the new
equipment. .
"Track is a sport where you can spend
a lot of money, and sometimes, that money
is just for four or five athletes. But if those
athletes are your son, or my son or daugh-
ter, that money is well spent."
Martin noted Crestview High School's
Albert Peacock had the state high jump
record in 1979.
In an era of reduced budgets, programs
such as track and field teams become even
more dependent on people in the commu-


nity for help.
"We still have other things we need,"
Martin said. "We'd be thrilled if any other
companies wanted to step up to the plate
and come out and help us."
Martin said replacing broken and worn-.
out equipment is an ongoing process. Hur-
dles, starting blocks and uniforms never
seem to last long.
"We are always trying to replace uni-
forms and the equipment we have to
have," Martin said. "And then the rest of
our funds go for the travel expenses.
"All of us have to pitch in and pay for the
buses to go to meets and stuff like that. We
try to raise as much as we can to cover all
the expenses we incur during the year."
Items such as a high jump pit, when
maintained properly, will last for several
years.
Martin said the old pit lasted 14 years.
He's hoping to get 14 years out of the new
pit.
"Nothing is cheap anymore," he said.
"Everything is more expensive.
"Every year, it seems like it takes more
and more money to keep a track program
running. Quality-grade stuff that is du-
rable and dependable takes. a little more
money to purchase."


AJI


With three sons of his own and
hundreds of LHS kids who have become
like sons to him, Smith is a perfect
example of tough love that works.
Smith might not have a Ph.D. in
baseball, but as he recently told me, ,
he's smart enough to ask questions and
surround himself with people who have
been around the game for several years.
If I know Smith like I think I do, he
probably knows the game a lot better
than he admits. Ronnie is an old hunter
that's crazy like a fox.
Last year, that fox found his way into
the henhouse of the Class 1A playoffs.
Don't be surprised to see the Hoboes
back in the playoffs this year.
Nobody would believe Crestview
coach Tim Gillis doesn't know the game.
Gillis is one of the best baseball men in


the area, with college and professional
experience.
The former Atlanta Braves farm
hand continues to keep the Bulldog
baseball tradition alive. This year the
expectations are high once again.
With David Pyle leading a strong
senior class, the Bulldogs should be in
the thick of the District 1-5A race all
season long.
Pace and Niceville are expected to
be a little down this year, so the Dawgs,
or perhaps Escambia County power
Tate, are the favorites in the district in
2009.
Yes, it could be a very good year for
local high school baseball.
Post your own predictions for the
local high school baseball programs at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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BEST WESTERN: A ribbon cutting was held Feb. 17 at
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Borzatta gives 'heartfelt' talk during Healthy Woman program


Special to the News Bulletin

More than 80 members
and guests of the Healthy
Woman Program of North
Okaloosa Medical Center
were enlightened this past
Thursday as Dr. Marcello


A. Borzatta of the Okaloosa
Heart and Vascular Center.
shared his expertise in com-
prehensive vascular care.
Randy Budden, coordi-
nator for the NOMC Cardiac
Cath Lab, also was on hand
to display various devices


and -supplies used during
catheterization procedures.
The NOMC Cath Lab has
recently undergone a $1.1
million renovation and up-
grade.
Blood pressure checks
were offered and a light din-


ner was served. As always,
the evening ended with a
raffle of various door priz-
es.
The mission of Healthy
Woman, an NOMC program,
is to empower women with
the knowledge and confi-,


dence to make informed
healthcare decisions, for
themselves and their loved
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There is no cost for


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Program supports the Ronald McDonald House
Special to the News Bulletin coordinator for your busi- suffering a medical crisis


Stop in for a compli-
mentary lunch March 10
at CCB Community Bank
and learn about the 2009
Ronald McDonald House
of Northwest Florida Kaps
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Kaps for Kids is a fund-
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Attend our complimen-
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Legal # 100502
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION FILE NO.
08-CP-1462
IN RE ESTATE OF
CARL SHUTT,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREbI-
TORS
The administration of
Ihe estate of CARL
SHUTT, deceased,
whose date of death
was N,:,-ember 5, 2008,
is pending inr the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County Florida, Pro-
bale D',ision, the, ad-
dress. of which is
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview,
Florida The names
and address of the per-
sonal representative
and ire personal
repro"eniative's attor-
ney are '.i-t forth below.
All crecdicrs of the de-
cedeni and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent s estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE. MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their, claims with this
court WITHIN' 3


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LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS- SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL. BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.'
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH, ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS, OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
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Date of first publication
of the .Notice of Ad-
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2009.
JASON R. MOULTON
660 North Ferdon
Bo.)ulevarrj, Sule 4
Crestview, Florida
32536
850-689-1474
Florida Bar No.
0150126
Attorney for Petitioner
DEBORAH STONE
1602 U.S. Highway 11,
Marathon, New York
13803 "
02/15/09
02/25/09

Legal # 100509
IN THE CIRCUIT,
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO, 2007 CA 006054
S DIVISION
GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.

GARY R. SPENCER, et
al,
,Defendant(s). .

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
February 9, 2009 and
entered In Case NO.
2007 CA'006054 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein, GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC, is the
Plaintiff and GARY R.
SPENCER;' FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK &
TRUST; FINISTERRA
CONDOMINIUM ASSO-
CIATION, INC.; are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best biddefor cash at
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 17 day
of March, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
APARTMENT UNIT
NO. C, BUILDING NO.
2, OF FINISTERRA, A
CONDOMINIUM AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF, DATED
SEPTEMBER 26, 1979
AND RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1060, PAGES
963 THROUGH 1008,
INCLUSIVE AND
AMENDMENT TO
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM
DATED MARCH .8,
1980 AND RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK
1090, PAGES 1549
THROUGH 1555, IN-
CLUSIVE, AND PUR-
SUANT TO SURVEY,
PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIP-
TION OF IMPROVE-
MENTS RECORDED
IN CONDOMINIUM
PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGES 197 AND 198,


ALL OF THE PUBLIC TO AMSOUTH BANK OF THE OKALOOSA 03
RECORDS OF are ire Deitndariis. I COUNTY COURT 02.25'09 0
OKALOOSA COUNTY, wilI sell i. ine r.ighe i HOUSE 03 '04 09
FLORIDA, TOGETHER and Desi bdder lOr
WITH -ALL APPURTE- cash at CRESTVIEW: SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
NANCES TO SAID SOUTH FRONT DOOR OF CLERK'S FRONT LI
CONDOMINIUM PAR--OF THE OKALOOSA DOOR OF SHALIMAR
CEL, AND THE UNDI- COUNTY COURT- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Legal # 10051N3 N
VIDED INTEREST IN HOUSE, SHALIMAR: IN the 18 day of March NOTICE OF APPLICA-
THE COMMON ELE- FRONT OF. CLERK'S 2009, the following de- TION FOR TAX DEED
MENTS APPURTE- FRONT DOOR OF scribed property as set
NANT THERETO A SHALIMAR ANNEX at forth in said Final'Judg- N
SET OUT. IN SAID 11:00AM, on the 24 day ment: Notice is herb given t
DECLARATION. of March, 2009, the fo.- thace Hardik Patelgia a
: lowing described prop- A PORTION OF THE hoat Haer of the folowin in
A/K/A 101 .OLD erty as, set forth in said EAST 600 FEET OF certificate has filed s
FERRY ROAD UNIT Final Judgment:' WEST 1066.1 FEET OF sad certificate for a Tax D
2C, ,SHALIMAR, FL THE EAST 2415.5 Deed to be issued th
32579. LOT 39, BLOCK 4, FEET OF THE SOUTH thereon. The certificate n
COLONY ESTATES, 1/2 OF SECTION 16, number and year of is-
Any .person claiming ACCORDING TO THE LYING SOUTH OF THE suance, th nam in w
an interest in the sur- PLAT THEREOF AS RIGHT OF WAY OF which the rty is a
plus from the sale, If RECORDED IN PLAT. U.S. HIGHWAY 98, which th e property is a
any, other than the BOOK 2, PAGE 134, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, assessed andf the de- e'
property owner as of OF THE PUBLIC REC- RANGE 25 WEST, AG- scripstion of the prbp- C
the date of the Lis ORDS OF.OKALOOSA CORDING TO THEr e asate o# w2622 of A
Pendens must file a COUNTY, FLORIDA. PUBLIC RECORDS OF C ertificatessd of AS
claim within sixty (60) OKALOOSA COUNTY, BURTON E.ss TOFT o: D
days after the sale. A/K/A 327 PLYMOUTH FLORIDA, DESCRIBED BDescrition: COM NE C
II AVENUE, FT WAL- AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN- CDe Crp 2CM "T3N R
WITNESS MY HAND'TON, FL 32547 NING AT THE SOUTH- COR SEC 2 6, 'TN C
and the seal of this EAST ,CORNER .OF Parcel c ID# P
Court on February 11, Any person claiming THE AFORESAID PAR- 26-3N250000Parcel ID#: 01 1
2009. an interest in the sur- CEL; THENCE RUN ...1 O- nin Bid: $ 1
Don W. Howard plus from the sale, if NORTH ALONG THE 2,00 3.39penng i d' $
Clerk 6f *the Circuit any, other than the WEST RIGHT OF WAY TDA Case Number9 T
Court property owner as of LINE OF COUNTY 2009 TD 000004 C 2
By:Viki Jackson the date of the Lis ROAD 472.5 FEET; All ofsaid r00000 be A
Deputy Clerk Pendens must file a THENCE RUN WEST Ain in theP oPunrty of in
claim within sixty (60) DISTANCE OF 246 Okaloosa, State of Flor C
Publish in Crestview days after the sale. FEET FOR A POINT OF idaoos, tate o idor
News Bulletin BEGINNING; THENCE -
Invoice To:. Florida De- WITNESS MY HAND RUN WEST A DIS- Unless the certificate is, U
fault Law Group, RL. and the seal of this TANCE OF 108 FEET; redeemed according to re
RO. Box 25018 Court on February 12, THENCE RUN Iethmed accap rden-rto la
Tampa, Florida 2009, 2009. NORTH A DISTANCE scw,b the prohpertyeifi- s
33622-5018 OF 67.5 FEET; cate will be sold.to the cE
F 0 7 0 6 3 7 5 2 Don W. Howard THENCE RUN EAST A catewst bidder in the h
GMAC-SPECFHLMC-R- Clerk of the Circuit DISTANCE OF 108CChighest bid Meetinth B
ejayska Court FEET, MORE OR LESS Room at the Okaloos R
t By:Viki Jackson AND TO A POINT Room at tourthose C
IMPORTANT Deputy Clerk WHICH IS 246 FEET Corestview, Floridy Courthousea a C
WEST OF.THE WEST Crestview, Florida at
WEST OF.THE WEST 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- 1
In accordance with the Publish in Crestview RIGHT OF' WAY OF day, April 15, 2009. d
Americans with Disa- News Bulletin SAID COUNTY ROAD; Registration beginsat R
abilities Act,. persons Invoice To: Florida De- THENCE RUN SOUTH 930 9s
with disabilities need- fault Law Group, RL. ALONG A LINE PARAL- 9:30 am.
.ing special accommo- P.O. Box 25018 LEL WITH THE WEST Dated this 19th day of D
dation to participate in Tampa, Florida RIGHT OF WAY OF Februa 2009 ay F
this proceeding should 33622-5018 SAID COUNTY ROAD February, 2009.
contact Court Adminis- F07039344 67.5 FEET, MORE OR DON W. HOWARD D
tratin at 101 James STANDARDMC-SPECF LESS AND BACK TO CLERK OF THE CIR- C
Lee Boulevard East, HLMC-R-ejayska THE POINT OF BEGIN- CUIT COURTS C
Crestview, FL,'t NING. ALSO KNOWN
32536-3515; telephone AS LOT 36 OF AN UN-
number (850) IMPORTANT RECORDED PLAT. By:Lisa L. Guia, B
689-5000, Extension Deputy Clerk' BL
7497, prior to the pro- In accordance with the A/K/A 30 SNOOKE 02/25/09 D
ceeding. or Shalimar Americans with Disa- ROAD, MARY ES- 032/25/09
(850) 651-7497 bilities Act, persons THER, FL 32569 03/11/09 0
with disabilities need- 03/18/09 0
IMPORTANT ing special accommo- Any person claiming 03/18/09 .
dation to participate in an interest in the sur- 0
In accordance with the this proceeding should plus from the sale, if
Americans with Disa- contact Court Adminis- any, other than the
abilities Act, persons tration at 101 James property owner as of Legal # 100513
.with disabilities need- Lee Boulevard East, the date' of the Lis
ing special accommo- Crestview, FL, Pendens must file a NOTICE OF APPLICA-L
nation to participate in 32536-3515; telephone claim within sixty (60) TION FOR TAX DEED N
this proceeding should number (850) days after the sale.
contact Court Adminis- 689-5000, Extension
trat)on at 1250 'N. Eglin 7497, prior to the pro- WITNESS MY HAND Notice is hereby given
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, ceeding. or Shalimar and the seal of this that Louise W Crosley, N
32579; telephone num- (850)651-7497 Court on February 18, as holder of the follow- th
ber (850) 651-7497, 2009. ing certificate, Pas .filed R
prior to the proceeding. said certificate for a Tax h
02/18/09 02/18/09 Don W. Howard Deed to be issued c
02/25/09 02/25/09 Clerk of the Circuit thereon. The' certificate c
Court number and year of is- s
By:Viki Jackson suance, the name in tD
Legal # 100510 Legal # 100512 Deputy Clerk which the property is
assessed and the de- n
Publish in Crestview scription of the prop- s
THE CIRCUIT COURT THE CIRCUIT COURT News Bulletin rty is as follows: a
OF THE FIRST JUDI- OF THE FIRST JUDI- Invoice To: Florida De- Certificate # 2001-3740 as
CIAL CIRCUIT CIAL CIRCUIT fault Law Group, RL. Assessed to: Darlene se
IN AND FOR IN AND FOR P.O. Box 25018 Broxson Cobb; Teres C
OKALOOSA COUNTY, OKALOOSA COUNTY, ampa, Florida Lynn Broxson,et NEal 2
FLORIDA FLORIDA 33622-5018 Description: BEG NE
CIVIL ACTION CASE CIVIL ACTION CASE F07035950 OR OF SE1/4 OF C
NO. 2007-CA-4592 DI- NO. 2007-CA-4767 DI- NMNC-CONV-R-khart- SE1/4 OF NE1/4; SEC
V N VISION maier 10, T2N, R25W etc.
VISION Parcel ID#: C
ANK ee Americans with 10-2N-25-0000-0002- A
STANDARD MORT- NA FARGO BANK, Disabilities Act 0000 Opening Bid: P
GAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, $2,257.93
PlaintifGECORPORATION, plaintiff, IMPORTANT TDA Case Number: 3
vs. vs. 2009 TD 000003C 0
In accordance with All of said property be- T
DIANE K BREWER MICHAEL P. MARTIN, the Americans with Dis- ing in the County of 2
F/KMA DIANE K BONA- abilities Act, persons Okaloosa, State of Flor- A
DONNA, etal, Deferdant(s). with disabilities need- ida. i
Defendantl en(s).daing special accommo- 0
Defendantss. nation to participate in Unless the certificate is
/ this proceeding should redeemed according to
AMENDED NOTICE AMENDED NOTICE contact Court Adminis- law, the property de-
OF FORAMENDED NOTICSURE OF FORAMENDED NOTICSURE traction at 101 Jamnes scribed in the certifi-L
OF FORECLOSUALUR OF FOREOSURE Lee Boulevard East, cate will be sold to the
Crestview, FL, highest bidder in the l
NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE IS HEREBY 32536-3515; telephone BCC Board Meeting s
GIVEN pursuant to an GIVEN pursuant to an number (850) R oom at the Okaloosa
Amended Final Judg- Amended Final Judg- 689-5000, Extension County Courthouse,
ment of Mortgage Fore- ment of Mortgage Fore- 7497, prior to the pro- Crestview, Florida at B
closure dated closure dated Februceeding. or Shalimar 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- R
closure dated closure dated Febru- (850)651-7497 day, April 15, 2009. R
Sand d ary 16, 2009 and en- (850) Rayegistration begins at 15,
2009 and entered in tered in Case NO. IMPORTANT Registration begins at
Case NO. 2007-CA-4767 of the IMPORTANT 1 9:30 am.
2007-CA-4592 of the Circuit Court of the I acdn t Dated this 19th day of d
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit in accordance with Dated this 1 9R
FIRST Judicial Circuit in and for OKALOOSA the Americans with Dis- February, 2009. 9
FIRST Judicial Circuit in and for OKALOOSA 9:
in and for OKALOOSA County, Florida abilities Act, personsDONW. HOWARD
County, Florida wherein WELLS with disabilitiesneed-DOW. HOWARD D
wherein STANDARD FARGO BANK, NA, is ing special accommo- CLERK OF THE CIR
MORTGAGE CORPO- the Plaintiff and MI- dation to participate in CUIT COURTS
RATION, is the Plaintiff CHAEL P. MARTIN; ths proceeding should D
and DIANE K BREWER SARAH A. MARTIN; contact Court Adminis C
F/K/A DIANE K BONA- are the Defendants, I tration at 1250 N. Eglin By: C
DONNA; GARY C. will sell to thehighest Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Lisa L. Guia,
BONADONNA; RE- and best bidder for 32579; telephone num- Deputy Clerk
GIONS BANK SUC- cash at CRESTVIEW: ber (850) 651-7497, B
CESSOR BY MERGER SOUTH FRONT DOOR prior to the proceeding. 02/25/09


egal # 100514
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

otice is hereby given
iat Louise W. Crosley,
s holder'of the follow-
.g certificate, has filed
aid certificate for a Tax
eed to be issued
iereon. The certificate
umber and year of is-
uance, the name in
whichh the property is
assessed and the de-
cription of the prop-
rty is as follows:
certificate # 2005-3782
assessed to: MICHAEL
ALBRIGHT, ET AL
description: COM SW
OR OF SEC 10, T2N,
25W, OKALOOSA
TYetc .
arcel ID#:
0-2N-25-0000-0006-
400 Opening Bid:
2,059.21
DA Case Number:
009 TD 000002 C
II of said property be-
ig in the County of
ikaloosa, State of Flor-
la.
unless the certificate is
deemed according to
iw, the property de-
cribed in the certifi-
afe will be sold to fhe
highest bidder in the
CC Board Meeting
oom at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
;restview, Florida at
0:00 a.m. on Wednes-
ay, April 15, 2009.
registration begins at
:30 am.
'ated this 19th day of
ebruary, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
;UIT COURTS

y:
isa L. Guia,
'eputy Clerk
2/25/09
3/04/09
3/11/09 -
3/18/09.


egal # 100514
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

notice .is hereby given
iat The Cullen Family
Revocable Trust, the
older of the following
certificate, has filed
aid certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
tereon. The certificate
umber and year of is-
uance, the name in
whichh the property is
assessed and the de-
cription of the prop-
rty is as follows:
Certificate # 3992 of
001 Assessed to:
CHEMICAL MORT-
GAGE CO
Description: BEG NE
OR NW1/4 OF SW1/4
LONG N BDY LINE
TC.
arcel ID#:
4-3N-25-0000-0016-
000 Opening Bid:
4,594.76
DA Case Number:
009 TD 000001 C
,ll of said property be-
ig in the County of
ikaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.

unless the certificate is
deemed according to
iw, the property de-
cribed in the certifi-
ate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
CC Board Meeting
:oom at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
;restview, Florida at
0:00 a.m. on Wednes-
ay, April 15, 2009.
Registration begins at
:30 am.
'ated this 19th day of
ebruary, 2009.
'ON W. HOWARD
;LERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS

iy:
isa L. Guia,


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Deputy Clerk
02/25/09
03/04/09
03/11/09
03/18/09


Legal # 100515
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


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$5,403.28
TDA Case Num
2009 TD 000010 S
All of said property
ing in the Count
Okaloosa, State of
ida.
Unless the certifica
redeemed accordir
law, the property
scribed in the c
cate will be sold to
highest bidder. in
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Notice is hereby given Room at the
that Fidelity Tax, LLC, County C
as holder of the follow- Crestview, I
ing certificate, has filed 10:00 a.m. o
said certificate for a Tax day, April
Deed to be issued Registration
thereon. The certificate 9:30 am.
number and ,year of is-
suance, the name in Dated this 19
which the property is February, 200
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 174 of DON W. HOW
2006 Assessed to: CLERK OF
BOBBIE T. COSPER CUIT COURT.
Description: INDIAN
BAYOU UNIT III BLOCK
HLOT9 By:
Parcel' ID#:-.Lisa L. Guia,
00-2S-22-1283-OOOH- Deputy Clerk
0090. Opening Bid:
$22,448.03 02/25/09
TDA Case Number: 03/04/09
2009 TD 000005 S 03/11/09
All of said property be- 03/18/09
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is Legal # 1005
redeemed according to ..i,: CEO
law, the property de- NOTICEOFA
scribed in the certifi- TION FOR T
cate will be sold to the
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Legal # 100518 scribed in the c
cate will be sold to
NOTICE OF APPLICA- highest bidder in
TION FOR TAX DEED BCC Board Me
Room at the Okal
County Courtho


Notice is hereby given
that PPTS LA Corp, as
ite is holder of the following
ig to certificate, has filed
de- said certificate for a Tax
ertifi- Deed to be issued
o the thereon. The certificate
the number and year of is-
eting suance, the name in
obsa which the property is
house, assessed and the de-
a at scription of the prop-
ihes- erty is as follows: '
2009. Certificate # 2430 of
s at 2006 Assessed to:
HUB CITY DEVELOP-
MENT GROUP INC
ay of Description: CRES-
CENT PARK PH ONE
BLOCK 300 LOT 1
Parcel ID#:
29-3N-23-0440-0300-
0010 Opening Bid:
CIR- $119,177.37
TDA Case Number:
2009 TD 000009 C
SAll of said property be-
ing in the County .of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courtho.use,
IA- Crestview, Florida at
FED 10:00 a.m. on Wednes-
day, April 15, 2009.
Registration begins at


SB1' Board 0' Meeting Notice is hereby given ^a .
Room at the Okaloosa that PPTS MG Corp, as19th da of
County Courthouse older of the following ratd this 19th day Of
Crestview, Florida' at certificate, has filed February, 2009.
10:00 a.m. on Wednes- said certificate for a Tax
day, April 15 2009 Deed to be issued
Registration begins athereon. The cerificate'DONW HOWARD
9:30 am. number and year :of is-CEOFWCOURTS
930 am suance. the name inCLERK OF COURTS
Dated this 19TH day-of which Ihe. property is
Fbruar,'2009. assessed and the e- By:Lisa L. Gui,
scription of the prop- Deputy Clerk
ertyisas follows: .
DON W. HOWARD Certificate # 1258 of 02/25/09
CLERK'OF THE CIR- 200'6 Assessed to 03/04/09
CUIT COURTS FALDUTO, RENEE F & 03/11/09
CARMELO A 03/1-8/09
Description: HIGH-
By LAND PARK VALPA- .
LisaL. Guia, RAISO BLOCK 8 LOT 6 Legal # 100519
Deputy Clerk Parcel ID#:
S 12-1S-23-1140-0008- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
02/2509 0060 Opening Bid: TION FOR TAX DEED
03/04/09- $7,784.18 ..,
03/,1/09 TDA Case Number:
S03/18/09 2009 TD 000008 S Notice is hereby given
All of said. property be- that Wachovia as
S ing in the County of Cust/TTEE-for Patton,
Legal # 100516 Okaloosa, State of Flor- LLC, as holder 'of the
Legal #100516 da. following cencaie
NOuTIC COF e' h f'e 'has filed said .:.nfi.cale
NOTICE OF APPLCA- Unless the. certificate is for a Tax Deed, to be is-
TION FOR TAX DEED redeemed thereon. 'The cor-
Notice is he law, the property de- tificate number and
Si scribed in the certifi- year of issuance, the
reby given 'cate will be sold to the name in which the
that Equifunding :LI, highes- btdder ;r, he property is, assessed
LLC, as. agent for BCC D Board lMeeinI and the description of
Equifunding," Inc, ,as Room at the Okaloosa the property is asol-
holder of the following ,County .Courthouse, low
certificate, has 'filed Crestview, Florida, at C.,ufaIe F 2c(6L-8
said certificate for a Tax 1000 aO.m. n Wednes- Assesseid 10 HUrTER
Deed to be issued day, April 15,, 2009. CLYDE C & BEvERLY
thereon. The'certificate Registration begins at E .I
number and year of is- 9:30 am. Description:, ELLIOTTS
suance, the name .in T POINT 4fh ADD. BLOCK
which the property, is Dated this 19th day of 3 LOT 2
assessed iand'the de- February, 2009. Parcel ID#:
scription of the. prop- 8-2-23-080F-0003-
erty is asfollows: DON W.HOWARD' 0020 Opening Bid:
Certificate # 196 of CLERK OF THE CIR- $4,349.33
2006 Assessed to: CUlT COURTS TDA Case Number:
DOBBINS, EDDIE D & '- 2009 TD 000006 S
KATHYS By:Lisa L. Guia, All of said property be
scripton: KELLEYS Deputy Clerk ing' in the County of
THIRD ADDITION TO Okaloosa, State of Flor-
DESTIN BLOCK 5 LOT 02/25/09 ida. ,
6ar y 2. 03/04/09 .
Parcel Id#: 03/11/09 Unless the certificate is
00-2S-22-1361-0005- &03/18/09' redeemed according to
0060 Opening. Bid: law, the property de-


Crestview, Florida
10:00 a.m. on Wed
day, April 15, 2
Registration begin
9:30 am.
Dated this 19th da
February, 2009.


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By:Usa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
02/25/09-
03/04/09
03/11/09
03/18/09

Legal # 100520
NOTICE OF APPLI
TION FOR TAX DE

Notice is hereby g
that PPTS.HI Corp
holder of the folio
certificate, has
said certificate for a
Deed to be iss
thereon. The certify
number and year, c
suance, the nam
which the proper!
assessed and the
scription of the p
erty Is as follows: .
Certificate # 495
2006 Assessei
Tisa, Leo J: Sr;T
Mark B; Tisa, Jeann
Description:' BAY\
S'D BLOCK 5 LOT 7
Parcel 1
01-2S-24-0180-0005
0070 Opening
$12,437.93,
TDA Case Num
2009 TD 000007 S
All of said property
ing. in the Count
Okaloosa, State of
ida.
Unless the certifica
redeemed according
law, the property
scribed ir-, he ci
cate will be cSld tc
highest bidder in
BCC Board Mee
Room at the Okalo
County Courtho
Crestview, Florina
10:00 a.m. or, Wea
day, April 15, 2
Reg.Siralion begin
9 30 amn
Dated this 19th. 'da
February, 2009.


DON W. HOWARD.
CLERK. OF THE
CUlT COURTS

By: Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
02/25/09 '
03/04/09
03/11/09
03/18/09 .

LEGAL # 120177
IN THE CIRCUlT
COURT IN AND F
OKALOOSA COUNT'
FLORIDA PROBA
DIVISION CASE
NO:09CP63
IN RE: The Estati


ertifi- ROBERT JAMES STERLING BUILDING
the SMITH, deceased SPECIALISTS LLC. C/O Arcade & Amusement
the SILVA CONSOLI- I f A Auction Major Arcade
eating NOTICE -TO CREDI- DATED INTEREST, Selloff, Saturday, Feb-
oosa TORS AND HEIRS INC. A FL. CORR AS ruary 28 at 10am. Cen-
ouse, ITS MANAGER 5647 Chihuahuas- small 1 tral Florida Fair-
a at The administration of 110TH AVE N. ROYAL male 1 female $250 grounds, 4603 West
dnes- the estate of ROBERT PALM BEACH, FL ready 3/24. Call Diane colonial Drive, Orlando
2009. JAMES SMITH, de- 33411 652-4122 (714)535-7000,
is at ceased, whose date of www.superauctions.com
death was October 7, YOU ARE HEREBY NO- 5%BPAB0001109
2008, is pending in the TIFIED that an action to RNIW.It I
ay of Circuit Court for foreclose a mortgage
Okaloosa County, Flor- on the following de- 2110
ida, Probate Division, scribed property lo- Loving Male
101 James Lee Blvd., cated in Okaloosa Male3150
Crestview, Flor- County, Florida: Cats
ida,32536. Lot 41 COMMODORE Two neutered indoor Metal Roofing. 40yr
CIR- The names and ad- POINT, according to males need loving Warranty-Buy direct
dress of the personal the Plat thereof as re- home. We are unable from manufacturer
representative and the corded in Plat Book 16, to keep them due to life 30/colors in stock, wall
p e r s o n a I Page(s) 73-76, of the changes. Serious in- accessories. Quick turn
representative's attor- Public -Records of quiries please, they around. Delivery availa-
ney are set forth below. Okaloosa County, Flor- come with new Lit- ble. Gulf Coast Supply
*All creditors of the de- ida. termaid, kitty castle. All & Mfg, (888)393-0335
cedent and other per- has been filed against shots current. Please www.GulfCoastSupply.
sons having claims you, an you are re- call Tom.758-5981 com rn
against the decedent's quired to serve a copy
estate must file their of your written de- .
claims with this cdurt fenses, if any, to this
WITHIN 3 MONTHS action, on Greenspoon 2
AFTER THE DATE OF' Marder, PA., Default 1 3220
THE FIRST PUBLICA- Department, Attorneys Junior Western
ICA. TION OF THIS NO- for Plaintiff, whose ad-
EED TICE. dress is Trade Centre riding saddle fe
ALL CLAIMS NOT South, Suite 700, 100 and bridle, $85. NEW EU""
FILED WITHIN THE West Cypress Creek 892-6471
given TIME PERIODS SET Road, Fort Lauderdale,' 100% All new Queen
, -s FORTH. IN SECTION FL 33309, arfd the file Pillowtop set. New
wina 733.702 OF THE original with the Clerk Warranty' Can deliver.
ed FLORIDA 'PROBATE on or before March 30, $1 65850471-0330ranty. Can deliver
a Tax CODE WILL BE FOR- 2009; otherwise a de- 2130 $165 850-471-0330
sued EVER BARRED. fault and a judgment
ficate NOTWITHSTANDING may be entered against Horse Stables
of is- THE TIME PERIODS you for the relief-de- for rent in Holt llA
e" SET FORTH ABOVE, handed in the Corn- Hay, Feed .2x day, NEfW laulV
ti ANY CLAIM. FILED plaint round pen / pasture
de- TWO (2) YEARS OR WITNESS MY HAND turnout / electric A Brand New Full Mat-
prop- MORE AFTER THE AND SEAL OF SAID trainer.. Close to Black- tress w/box in plastic.
DECEDENT'S, DATE COURT on this. 11 day water River trails. Warranty. $125. Can
' of OF DEATH IS of.Feb., 2009. $225mo. 585-5008 Deliver 850-471-0330
d to" BARRED.".Deliver. 850
Tisa Thq date of the first As Clerk of said Court -----
e publication of, this No- By: Beth'McDonald
VIEW tice is February 25; As Deputy Clerk lf Y
IDn 0. 02/18/2009 g 1 W AY
_-' Attorney for Personal 02/25/2009 k.J
A- torey 0Brand name Piilowtop
Bid: Representative: Stanley s King, irn. n e Pillowtop
K. Luke, Esquire Flor- .., set, King, in plastic, w/
nber: ida Bar No. 0559024 I 2 warranty Delivery avail.-
.RO. Box 776 -'Crest- Cp.awn MERCHANDISE $209. 850471-0330.
be- view, FL. 32536 1 1110 1- 'I A"-,-- -
of (850)682-1190, Donate or Vehicle -Antiques I buy quality used Fur-
yF Donate.Your Vehicle 3110-Appliances nitur & Antiques at a
For-. Personal Representa-Receive $1000 Grocery 3120 Arts & Crafts ab Ca
Coupon Unied Breast 3130 -Auctions reasonable rate. Call
tire: Sandra Michaud. 826-0349
te is 159.Smith Street Crest cancer, Foundation 3150 Babyuilding Suppes
g tvw, Breast Cancer Info 310o Busines
do- wwwbcf.info. Free3 Equipment
dertifi- 02/25/2009 www.bcfnfo. Free 3170- Collectibles
the 03/4/2009 Towing,., Tax Deducti- 31e0- Computers 3230
th ble, Non-Runners Ac- 3190-Electronics
the. cepted, (888)468-5964. 3200 Firewood
eating 3220 Furniture
oosa LEGAL#120175 3230,- Garage/Yard Sales .W Jul iIIlly
Duse, 3240 Guns fS W A Y
S1at IN THE CIRCUIT 3250- Good Things to Eat
nes. 'COURT OF THE 1ST I 1150 3260 Health & Fitness "
_009, JUDICIAL IU I IN Sl3270 Jewelry/Clnlhing Baker
009 JUDICIALCIRCUIT,IN Single white male 70 ,320 Machiner,' MULTI-FAMILY YARD
. at AND FOR OKALOOSA 5'8" 1701bs. Looking for Equipment SALE!
COUNTY, FLORIDA. a slender white lady 3290 Medical Equipmenl Feb. 27 & 28, Fri and
CASE NO. 65-72. I am easy going 3300 Miscellaneous Sat. 8am 5pm, 5457
ay Of 46-2008CA-005477 and easy to please. 3310 Musicall nsiruments Hwy- 4, Furniture,
THE B Just need a good 3320 Plants & Shrubs Womens clothing (new)
BANK OF NEW woman to share anddo 3330 Suppliesnt/Hoel Lots VHS movies,
YORK MELLON, .AS things together. Please 3340-Spuring Goods Video games car-
SUCCTEE SSR UNDER write RLB RO Box 3350- Tickets (Buy & Sell) tridges, crafts (fabric,
CIR TEE UNDER 876, Crestview, FL patterns, & threads)
.NOVASTAR MORT-32536, or call (850) Much Much more!
GAGE FUNDING 689-8038
S2006-3, 310O Crestview
Plaintiff All Types of Watch & Huge Inside
vs. e Clock Repair, grandfa- Yard Sale
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4130 Employment | 6100 2.5ba, icg TH- near
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Crestview $775 mo. Pet neg.
Office Space Mil. Disc. 897-0267 Crestview- 3 br, 2 baE
Eight offices now avail- Brick, 8 mi east of town
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Ad in/C Ihome. ONLY $800 mol,
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Crestview 1000sf. 101 Duggan Mol 5% down 15 years
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The City of Laurel Hill, .moIse req. .5856985 307 Walnut Ave, 1 br, 305-8039
FL is now accepting $397/Mo! 4 Br 3 Ba l ba, 700sf, $425 Into-
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clerical experience. Mu- end unit triplex
nicipal experienCe pre-, .CrIestw 2, 1 BA a ',2ex
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Administrative/Clerical pets with 15ba10pproval26sf, $650
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850-499-7412
House for rent four
bedroom in
mossyhead area
walking distance to
fish/ swim lake
$800 month 892-4744.
HUD Homes! 5 bd
29,7001 Only $225/rho!
3 bd only $199/mo!
Must see! 5% down
15yrs @8%. for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 1572
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682-1800

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Crestview
228 Runnymede
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595


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Crestview 2 bedroom
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850-682-1972e 60 14 Payments PONTIAC G6
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Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 into your own home 45K miles, 4dr, V6,
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ba on quiet lot $575 mo bases on quiet half black, 28 MPG,
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in 1994, kitchen re- New Govern- stamoon- roof, remote war-
cently updated with ment Financing ranty, exc cond.
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tronic irrigation, large Clayton Homes:
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der roof, chain link Mazda 626 ES 1998
back yard. perfect for Owner Finance One owner $3700. call
IN 850 226-6754 3Br, 2Ba, finished
drywall, built on
cresview Holt 1BR/1.5BA newly porches. Loaded for
Crestview remodeled great rental. only $600mo. Call Police Impoundsl! 97
Very nice3br 2ba on 6Honda Civic $5001 97
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Brick, 1 acre 475 US from $500 for listings
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1413 S. Pearl St 582-5148 or 682-0290'
4 br, 1 ba, $600
* 218 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 104 Corwin St
2 br, 2.5 ba, $750 Ct.
* 133 Swaying Pine Ct. O fW PUU"O
5 br, 2.5 be, $795
* 5292 Opportunity Dr Garden City Area -
3 br, 2 be; $795, 2BR/1BA' $550. mo
* 5255 Sue Cird npets smk
3 br, 2 ba, $850 +idd no pets no smok-
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3 br, 2 ba, $1050 974-0220
* 332 Peggy Dr
4 br, 2 be, $1200
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250 Holt 2 BR/1eBA on pri-
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2000sf, $900/mo + 850-537-8528
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