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Publication Date: March 4, 2009
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Three vie for Laurel Hill mayor post


SCrest"iw News Bulletin
E E C T I O N Six days and counting!
The clock is ticking down to-
ward March 10, municipal elec-
T tions day in Crestview and Lau-
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The Crestview News Bulletin
continues its coverage of local
elections today with profiles of
the candidates for Laurel Hill mayor. Ferrin Campbell and Lamrr
Hendren face incumbent Vizell Robbins for the post.


Larry Hendren
Election: Laurel Hill Mayor
Family: Wife Karen; daughter Melissa; stepson
Bryun Souther; stepdaughter Corri Souther
Education/experience relevant to mayoral
position: Currently chairman of the Laurel Hill City
Council. Retired from civil service as Chief of Plans
iand Programs from the 46 Maintenance Group. Eglin
Air Force Base. More than 35 years experience as a
ENDREN spervisormanager in the U.S. Air Force and civil
service system. Proficient in the daily management of personnel,
budgets, facilities and equipment ,
See HENDREN A4


RICHBOURG'S KING COUNTY TEACHER OF THE YEAR


TRICIA BRANAGAN I Okal., .-.i C-'unrt School DILri it
TOP TEACHER: Richbourg Middle School language arts teacher Cindy King, right, is
Okaloosa's Teacher of the Year. She and her colleague, Doralyn Chaloupka, left,
shown with Principal Bob Jones, created the Building Blocks program at Richbourg.


Education


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


At an annual Okaloosa School District
banquet on Feb. 19, the Okaloosa County
School District Teacher of the Year plaque
was handed to Richbourg Middle School
language arts teacher Cindy King.
"To us, it's a validation of what we al-
ready know here, that Cindy is an outstand-
ing teacher and very innovative teacher,"
RMS Principal Bob Jones said. "Going into
her classroom and watching what she does
with struggling students is a refreshing
thing for me to. see. She's a teacher who
puts everything into working with students
who need extra help."
King is Richbourg's first county teacher
of the year during Jones' seven years at
the school.
King and her colleague Doralyn Cha-
loupka created Richbourg's "Building
See TEACHER A4


Vizell Robbins
Election: Laurel Hill Mayor
Family: Wife Jewel L. Robbins; nine children; 17
grandchildren
Education/experience relevant to mayoral
position: Mayor of Laurel Hill since August; served on
SLaurel Hill city council from 1978 to 1988 and from 2004
to 2008.,
ROBBINS Other education/experience: Laurel Hill resident
ROBBIS for 66 years; served in U.S. Army from 1953 to 1955;
worked as a concrete finisher at Eglin Air Force Base in late 1950s and
early 1960s; served as corrections officer as Okaloosa Correctional
See ROBBINS A4


Ferrin Campbell
Election: Laurel Hill Mayor
Family: Wife Mildred (Tyner); parents Ferrin
: Campbell Sr. and mother Ila Enzor Campbell; children
Geri Jones, Danny Gaskin, Ferrin Campbell III; great-
grandfather Ernest Campbell was Laurel Hill's first
mayor.
Education/experience relevant to mayoral
CAMPBELL position: Okaloosa County Commissioner from 1988 to
'1992; former Yellow River Soil and Water Conservation
District board member.
Other education/experience: Laurel Hill resident for 30 years;
See CAMPBELL A4


Evers gears up

for final plays

in state house
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Greg'Evers outlined his game plan-to
"move the legislative football" during his
final term as District l's state representa-
tive.
Evers, R-Baker, spoke during the Feb-
ruary Crestview Area Chamber of Corn-
merce Governmental Af-
-fairs Committee meeting
in the new chamber build-
ing.
Evers said he thinks
the state missed a "golden
opportunity" to make true
budget reforms during its
recent special session but REP. GREG
hopes the legislature will EVERS
make meaningful changes
during the regular session, which started
Tuesday. ,
"I feel we will use the opportunity to
make cuts and rearrange funds," he said.
"(The problem) isn't the money we're tak-
ing in; it's the money we're sending out
the door. That's the issue we have in Tal-
lahassee, and that's the.issue we have in
our own homes. If your salary went down,
you would make cuts and wouldn't ask for
a government bailout. We (in the legisla-
ture) should do the. same."
Evers said the state gladly will use
money coming from the federal stimulus
package but added a word of caution bor-
rowed from Gerald Ford: "Remember, a
government big enough to give you what
you want can also take it away.
"It reminds me of Christmas, a time
when kids tell Santa what they want and
the adults pay for it," he added. "The (fed-
eral) deficit is where adults tell the gov-
ernment what they want and the kids are
going to pay for it."
Evers discussed several other topics
during his hour-long talk.

Transportation
Evers expressed confidence that more
roads will be built in the area in the very
See EVERS A4


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Thom and Judy Dan-
dridge of Knoxville, Tenn.,,
are proud to announce the
engagement of their son,
Gregory M. Dandridge,
to Jessica R. McClure,
daughter of Daniel Hand of
Tllyrone, Pa., and Cheerful
Barknian, of Hamburg, Pa.
Gregory is a 1991 gradu-
, ate of Swain County High
School and currently re-
sides in Fayetteville, WVa.
Jessica is a 1995 gradu-
ate of Hamburg Area High
school and a 2001 graduate
of Albright College., She
currently resides in Saint
Clair, Pa.


The family of Carly
Elizabeth Hooks is happy
to announce her upcoming
wedding to Jacob Steven
Cosson.
Miss Hooks is the daugh-
ter of Steve and Gail Hooks
of Crestview. She is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Ann
Evans and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Bobby. Cadenhead,
Mr. Marion Hooks and Mr.
Ed Evans.
The bride-elect is a
graduate of Crestview High
School and Florida State
University. She is the clinic.
manager and chiropractic
assistant to Drs. Frisbee


Greg and Jess met in
1993 in Fayetteville on the
New River, where he was
a raft guide for USA Raft,
and she was a guest. They
remained friends through
the years. Greg proposed
16 years later in Fayette-
ville. Jess jumped for joy as
she said, "Finally!"
The couple will marry
in the New River Gorge
on March 20, with a small
gathering afterward. An of-
ficial reception will follow
in summer of 2009.
The couple will tempo-
rarily reside in the Saint
Clair, Pa. area.


and Kracht at the Center
for Healthy Living in Fort
Walton Beach.
The prospective groom
is the son of Rick and Paula
Cosson of Crestview. He
is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Wilkins and the
late Mr. and' Mrs. Leonard
Quattlebaum. He also is a
graduate of Crestview High
School and the University
of West Florida. He is a
teacher at Antioch Elemen-
tary School in Crestview.
The couple plans a
March wedding at First
Baptist Church in Crest-
view.


Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
PRIZE PIGGY BANKS: Orlan Lasher's bank tied with his brother's Theron, middle, for first place in the Piggy
Bank Pageant. At right is Savannah Boles, who placed first in the bank's Piggy Bank Pageant in the
8- to 12-year-old category. Presenting the children with their $50 savings bonds is First National Bank
President Dale Rice.


Students go hog wild for savings


view Piggy Bank Pageant.
Boles and the Lashers received
$50 savings bonds from First Na-
tional Bank.
Another local youngster, Ri-
ley Barton, was a winner at the


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Savannah Boles, Theron Lasher
and Orlan Lasher were the,winners
of the First National Bank of Crest-


CITY OF CRESTVIEW
SERVICE AWARDS


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
TEN YEAR VETS:.Service awards were presented
by Mayor David Cadle to Senida Oglesby
and Alan Clifton' (top). Oglesby is a city code
enforcement officer "that's an interesting
job," the mayor quipped and has served
the city for 10 years. Clifton has also served
the city for 10 years and is presently a
captain with the Crestview Fire Department.


Okaloosa Saves Piggy Bank Pag-
eant with his "Alien Pig" entry.
Riley was named the grand prize
winner in the 7-and-under age
'group at the Eco-Nomic Living
Expo.


WATCHING THE DOG: Children at The Apple Tree
Preschool met K-9 Officer Rex and heard a gun
safety presentation as part of Community Helper
Month.


A doggone good time


K-9 unit visits
preschool as part
of Community
Helper Month

Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview Police Depts
Officer Matt Purvines
and K-9 Officer Rex vis-
ited The Apple Tree Pre-
school to mark Communi-
ty Helper Month in Febru-
ary. In addition to the K-9
demonstration, Officer
Sam Kimmons discussed
gun safety with the chil-
dren. The youngsters saw
a video featuring Eddie
Eagle and learned how
they should react if they
see or find a gun when
no adults are present.
They learned, "Stop, don't
touch, leave the area and
tell and adult."


HIGH-FLYING K-9: Crestview
Police Dept. Officer Matt
Purvines demonstrates
how high K-9 Officer
Rex can jump to clear
obstacles.


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CHECK IT OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Library

Audio books can make a
difference. Students using
audio books to support their
reading of text improved their
Lexile scores 34 percent more
than students using text alone!
According to statistics from
Boston Public Schools, ninth-
graders supported by audio
read 252 pages, almost double
the number of pages read by
a text-only group. Check out
our junior and easy books on
CD as well as the adult books
on CD, and watch reading
comprehension and fluency
scores soar!
We encourage everyone to
enjoy books on CD or cassette.
You will find they fit easily
into your busy schedule. We
are purchasing new titles on
CD, but have many of the old
favorites available on cassette.
I'm sure you will find a book
that will interest you among
our collection. If you haven't
.tried listening to audio books I
recommend that you do so.

Programs
Story Time for children
who are at least 3 years old
will begin at 10:15 today and,
Thursday. This week's theme
is "I like Spiders and Snakes."
After the program you and your
child may do a simple craft
together. -
Today is Early Release
Wednesday! Kids ages 6 and
up can join us at the library for
our craft program. Our craft
today will celebrate St Patrick's
Day. You can start:at any time
between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. but
you must be finished by 3 p.m.
Bring the family for Fanmily
Craft Night. The fun starts at 6
p.m. on March 17. The program
will be held in our meeting
room.
*A free Antique
Refinishing Class presented by
local resident Herbert Allen will
be held March 11 from 10 a.m.
to noon. He will demonstrate all
phases of the antiquing process,


LIBRARY PREPARING FOR SYSTEM UPGRADE

All six libraries' in the Okaloosa County Public Library
Cooperative will be moving to new integrated library
system software in March. These changes will affect all
operations of the library from checking items in and out,
making hold requests, adding new items to the collection.,
etc: -
The switchover week is March 16-20, with very
limited services available that week. There will be limited
checkout of materials. that week, and only if you have your
* card with you. We will not be.able tolook up patrons or
items; renew items, or make new library cards.
The'ca'rd catalogs both in the. library and through the
online public access catalog (OPAC) will not be working
and will look very different when up again.
Your cards will also not work for public access
computer use here in the library that week. We will make:
guest passes at the circulation desk.
In preparation for the conversion, no hold requests or
interlibrary loan requests. can be made after March 6 (in
the library, by phone, or online), and-no.new items are
being added to the collection until after the conversion.
:" Please be patient with us as we make this change. You '
may want to consider stocking up on reading material
the first two weeks in Marchi No items will become due
March 16-21. ,


from stripping to applying stain
and final finish using different
sample pieces. We're hoping
for nice weather because this,
is an outdoor event. Bring your *
lawn chairs and dress for the
weather.
The library will host a
free writers workshop from
6 to 8 p.m. 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. Finish
up any writing you are
working on and bring a copy of
your work to the program.
AARP will,continue to
offer free tax help through ,
April, 15. Hours are Mondays 2-6
p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays
10 .m.-1 p.m.; and Fridays 9
a.m.-1 p.m.


Staff Pick
"Nations of the World,
2009: A Political, Economic &
Business Handbook" (R910.202
Got): This book reflects the most
current information and covers
all the nations of the world in an
easy-to-use, single source. Each
nation is profiled
in a single chapter
that includes key
facts; political and
economic issues,
a country profile
and business
information. An
excellent reference
source for anyone
looking for country
profiles and economic data
look for it in our reference
section. "
Each 15-20 page country
report contains:
Expert analysis A reliable
overview of recent important
political and economic trends
and events plus an economic


and political outlook for the
country.
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marked with key cities and
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Key facts Important
data, including official name,
head of state, land area,
official language, currency,
unemployment, foreign debt
and visitor numbers
Key indicators This
concise, easy-to-read chart
of economic indicators
provides a five-year economic
development profileat a glance,
detailing trends in population,
GNP inflation, exports, total
reserves, and exchange rate
Country profile Contains
essential, accurate information
including a historical profile,
political parties, population
characteristics, labor and
unemployment, education and
health, language, domestic
economy, tourism, and financial
markets
Business guide Includes
dress codes and hours, entry
requirements, security, social
customs and more
Business directory -
Details important information
on telephone and area codes,
car rental agencies, chambers
of commerce, banking, travel
information and Web sites

Just ask
Any questions? Just ask any
staff member, Jean, Sandra,
Heather, Anna, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice, Audrey and
Sharon.

Contact us
On the Web -www.'
cityofcrestview.org/libraryhtm
Phone 682-4432
Address -1445 Commerce
Dr., Crestview, FL 32536 (Behind
the.Crestview Post Office)

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Legendary singer joins

NFSO on March 14
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Legendary vocalist Della Reese
headlines a pops performance by
the Northwest Florida Symphony
Orchestra on March 14.
The career of
the Grammy- and
Emmy-nominated
singer, renowned.
for her gospel and
jazz performances,
covers music, act-'
ing, writing, a star
on the Hollywood DELLA REESE
Walk of Fame and a gospel and jazz
Christian ministry, performances
Reese's many
television and film credits include
her three-time Emmy nominated
co-starring role as "Tess" in the
CBS dramatic series "Touched By
An Angel," and the feature film
"Harlem Nights" with Eddie Mur-
phy.
Single tickets for the
March 14 benefit Pops Concert
with Della Reese are $45 each,
A limited number of VIP front
rows seats are available for $100
each. VIP tickets include an ex-
clusive reception with Reese af-
ter the concert. Proceeds benefit
the Northwest Florida Symphony
Orchestra.
The performance is at Mattie
Kelly Arts Center at Northwest
Florida State College in Niceville.
For reservations -or information,
call the box office at (850) 729-6000
or visit www.mattiekelyartscenter.
org.


Crestview

instructors

dance away with


state honors

Special to the News Bulletin

/Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Crestview
Ballroom': Instructors Caleb Young: and
Krickett Goutreaux won first place in the
Combined Waltz and Cha Cha Division at
the Florida Freddy Ball State Competition
Feb. 20 in St. Augustine.
The Freddy Ball is the top regional ball-
room competition for Fred Astaire in the
state of Florida and is held annually at the
Renaissance Hotel in St. Augustine.
The competitors were judged by top ball-
room legends including:: Corky Ballas (World
International Champion and Dancing With
The Stars professional partnering with Clo-
ris Leachman), Mary Lynn Benitez (United
States Amateur Latin Champion), Jim Carter
(United States Rising Star Theatrical Cham-
pion & Open Finalist) and IIlya Ifraimov (North
American Professional Latin Champion).
Last October Caleb and Krickett placed
third in the nation in the combined Waltz
and Cha Cha division.


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FIRST PLACE: Fred Astaire Dance Studio
of Crestview Ballroom Instructors
Caleb Young and Krickett Goutreaux
won first place in the Combined
Waltz and Cha Cha Division at the
Florida Freddy Ball State Competition


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'Footloose' tickets available
Advance tickets for the Crestview
High School drama department's pro-,
duction of the Broadway musical "Foot-
loose" are now available. Performances
are 7 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday, April 16-18; and 2 p.m. on Sun-
day, April 19. Tickets are $7, or $5 for
children under 10, Call the department
at 689-7177, x3640, to reserve your seat
now.

Barbershop a capella concert
MAR. 6 The Crestview High
School Chorus' Chanticleer group joins
the Choctawhatchee High School Mad-
rigals and the Rocky Bayou Christian
School chorus for an exceptional eve-
ning of vocal music sans" accompani-
ment. 6 p.m. at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center, Northwest Florida State College.
Free admission. Call 689-7328 for more
information.


Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival
MAR. 7 The Emerald Coast Concert
Association ends this season by whetting
your appetites for its planned blowout 50th
Anniversary Season in 2009-10. This color-
ful Russian folk ballet and a balalaika en-
semble features virtuoso musicians, exu-
berant dancing, brilliant performances,
exotic costumes and a sense of old' world
.history. More information about the troupe
is available online at www.nikolaimassen-
koff.us. 7:30 p.m. at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center at Northwest Florida State Col-
lege. For details call 651-8329.

'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'
MAR. 11 The hit stage musical com-
edy based on the hysterical Michael Caine/
Steve Martin film comes to the Mattie Kel-
ly Arts Center at Northwest Florida State
College. On the glorious, glamorous Riv-
iera, two con artists take on the lifestyles of
the rich and shameless and end up with
a lot more than they bargain for. 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $45 each. Box Office (850) 729-6000.
Details: ww.mattiekellyartscenter.org.
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From staff reports

North Okaloosa
CHAMBER BREAKFAST
MEETING: Thursday at the ROC
center (1005 S. Pearl St., Crestview)
at 7:30 a.m.
FREE CLOTHING: Dorcas
Baptist Church at 5880 McCallum
Road, Crestview, is having a
community free clothes.giveaway
and multi-family yard sale from 7
a.m. to noon Saturday The church is
located off Highway 393 in Dorcas.
For more information, call Debbie
Bowden at 682-2301.
HEALTH FAIR: Healthy and
Fine in 2009 is planned for Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sonlight
Covenant Church, 150 West Oak
Dale in Crestview (across the street
from the YMCA).
Come and enjoy a light breakfast,
blood pressure check, cholesterol
testing, exercise instruction and
more. Details: Beverly Nichols,
beverly_nichols@chs.net.
EMERALD COAST HOSPICE'
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Emerald
Coast Hospice of Crestview will
hold its almual memorial service
and reception to honor loved ones
who have passed. The community is
invited. If you wish to have a picture
of a loved one included on the Power
Point presentation, please contact
Jim Vail, chaplain, at 689-0300. The
service will be held at 2 p.m. March
14 at Central Baptist Church Annex
Building (GMC Building). Please
RSVP to Emerald Coast Hospice
689-0300 orjames.vail@gentiva.com
by Friday. This memorial service is


free and open to the public.
USER FEES INCREASE:
Blackwater River State Forest day
use fees for recreation areas have
increased this month from $1 to $2
per person. Children under 6 still
will be admitted free. Also, non-
commercial fuel wood for heating
purposes will increase from $7.50 to
$10 per half ton pickup load. Details:
850-957-6140.
MARCH MONDAY SPEAKERS:
Troy University speakers planned
at the Crestview library's March
Monday seminars from noon to 1
p.m. include the following:
March 9 Dr. Robert Kitahara
.on "Who's the Customer?"
March 16 Dr. Dan Robison
on "You'd Better Bring Ydur Own
Toilet Paper: Teaching History in
Malaysia."
Lunch will be provided. So
organizers can properly plan for
food, please RSVP your attendance
by contacting Jessie at 850-301-2167
or jcleary57216@troy.edu
ABWA MEETING: The next
meeting of Crestview's ABWA
(American Business Women's
Association) chapter is March 10
at Azteca Mexican Restaurant.
Networking is at 5:15 p.m., and the
regular meeting starts at 6 p.m.
.Jennifer Heady, extension agent for
4-H/Youth Development, will discuss
"Saving Green & Going Green."
The Member Spotlight will feature
Delaine Croonenborgh and Donnette
Vinzant.
Contact Kathi Ridge at kathi
ridge@gmail.com or 850-902-0542, or
Heather Gann at 850-902-6391.
COMPASSION FATIGUE


IN-SERVICE: An in-service on
"compassion fatigue" will be at 8:30
a,m. March 11 at Okaloosa Regional
Home Health, 130-B E. Redstone
Ave. in Crestview.
For those in health care, the new
word for "burnout" is "compassion
fatigue." Learn exactly what
compassion fatigue is, who it affects
and how to deal with it. This in-
service reiterates the fact that one
must take care of self to properly care
for others. Those who continually feel
as-if they are running on empty will
benefit from this in-service.
FURNITURE FINISHING AT
LIBRARY: On March 11, Herbert
Allen will hold a furniture refinishing
demonstration from stripping to
finishing at the Crestview library's
portico beginning at 10 a.m. Call him
at 689-6600 for details.
LIBRARY GROUP NEEDS
BOOKS: The Friends of the
Crestview Library are asking for'
donations of used books and VHS
or DVD movies for the Spring Book
Sale, to be April 3-5.
They.will be accepted at the
library, off North Ferdon Blvd.
behind the post office. All types of
hardbound and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.,
To arrange for the pickup of
books and movies in North Okaloosa
County, call Flo Lembeck at 689-1535
or Dot Moxcey at 682-5759.
KofC DINNER FUNDRAISER:
A Lenten Soup Dinner will be held
every Friday through April 3 from
5-6:45 p.m. during Lent at Our Lady
of Victory Parish Hall. Admission is
by donation. Proceeds will go to the
Catholic Care Center.


EVERS from page Al


near future.
"'You will start to see things being
laid on the ground within 12 months,"
he said, referring to additional lanes
on the PJ. Adams/Antioch bypass on
the west side on Crestview.,
"We need to put people on the
western side," he, said.
He said plans for a flyover to help
the flow'of traffic onto State 85 south
of Crestview are still in the works and
said there is a push for another over-
pass on Interstate 10.
"We're fortunate we've got Eglin
and will get additional funds, but we
need to work on our own to come up
with new ideas to balance the budget
and improve our roads and transpor-
tation in general," he said.

Education
Evers said he hopes some flexibili-
ty on "categoricals" will help the local
schools facing a budget crunch.
He discussed a meeting-with an
educator in the south part of the state
who couldn't understand why he had
to lay off 20 teachers when he had
$500,000 sitting in a textbooks fund,
- and his school didn't need new.
textbooks.
"It goes back to common sense,"'
Evers said. "We've got a. disconnect
from Tallahassee to the classroom.
We've got to make that connection
back up to support our students and
teachers."
Evrers saidhe supports rolling back
or sunsetting penalties if schools can't
afford to meet requirements under
laws like. the classroom size amend-
ment.
"Is it going to happen? Yes. It has
to happen," he said.
"We went to several principals and
talked to them. They said, 'Look, we
know (the state) doesn't have any
money. What we do know is the cate-


goricals are eating us up.' We need to
give more local control and allow lo-
cal governments the ability to spend
their money and spend it wisely. If
it doesn't work, we can tighten the
screws, but for now we have to give
flexibility because we don't have the \
money."

Regulation of agencies
Evers said several state agencies
are playing the role of Big Brother.
He cited a woman who came be-
fore one of his committees saying a
state agency had threatened to fine
her for cleaning out drainage ditches
on her property, a perfectly legal act.
"By the end of this session, that
agency will no longer'.exist," he said.
"We have allowed agencies to go out
and knock through statutory process-
es and make rules, and citizens have
to abide by the rules they have made.
Why not tell (agencies), instead of be-
ing the long arm of the law, be a broth-
er and sister to other agencies and
assist them in getting the job done?"

NOFD legislation
Evers said, the North Okaloosa
Fire District requested,'a local bill to
raise its per-household fees. He said
he presumes the measure is a backup
in case the department's March 10
referendum asking voters for a fire
tax hike does not pass.
"I have a feeling about it, but I
haven't heard any input," Evers said.
(He got plenty of input from a.
pair of prominent opponents of the
NOFD's funding requests following
the meeting.)

Economic development
Evers said he met with represen-
tatives from a company t lat has plans


for a car that would run 100 miles per
gallon and encouraged them to set
up shop in northwest Florida.
"It's two years out, but it's some-
thing that needs to be looked at," he
said. "It doesn't matter if the plant is
in Okaloosa, Escambia or Santa Rosa
county. Off that plant there will be
spinoffs. That's the type of thing we
need to look at. We need to stop re-
lying on old things. If you can't move
the ball and keep running the same
play, you need to find a different way
to move the football."

Future plans
Evers is prohibited from seeking
another term in the state house be-
cause of Florida's term limit restric-
tions, but he has other plans for the
2010 election season.
Evers confirmed he will seek the
District 2 state' senate seat in the
2010.
In the interest of fairness, he an-
nounced District '2 state represen-
tative Dave Murzin, R-Pensacola,
also plans to run for the District
2 senate seat. Murzirinattended
Evers' talk.
"I am running for District 2 sena-
tor, and Rep. Murzin will run for the
same heat," Evers told the gathering. -
"We're going to have a great race, but
we're not going to allow politics to
get involved in our decision making
because we work together well and
get alongwell."
The current District 2 state sena-
tor, Durell Peaden, R-Crestview, is
prohibited from seeking another
term in the seriatd because of Flori-
da's term limit restrictions.
District 2 encompasses all of Hol-
mes and Washington counties, and
the northern portions of Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton and
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TEACHER from page Al

Blocks" program, specifically targeting students who
were struggling with the three Rs (reading, writing
and arithmetic).
Among other innovations, students were separated
by gender, and class periods were extended to 95 min-
utes. Two immediate distractions were nipped in the
bud: no goofing around to impress the opposite sex,
and opportunities for distractions during class chang-
es were eliminated.
"We noticed that students who struggled were hav-
ing problems in the transition times between classes,"
King told the Okaloosa County School District for an
article on its Web site.
By assigning her students to study stations, there
is even less opportunity for distraction, and- King is
able to work with each student individually.
Suddenly, kids who were lagging behind their coun-
terparts in mainstream classes saw not only their
grades get a boost, but also their self esteem.
"I became a better reader and writer," sixth grade
student Malik Gandy said in the school district's sto-
ry. "Before, I would hate school. I had a bad attitude.
Since Mrs. King came into my life, I like school."
Malik's classmate Zae Bell discovered the joy of
reading. Before entering the Building ,Blocks pro-
gram, the sixth-grader thought reading was dull.
"It would make me tired or want to go to sleep,"
Zae said. Now, reading is "like a TV in your head."
Zae added that King encourages students to "hear"
sound effects when they read adventure stories.
"She makes it fun to learn," Zae said.
Sixth grader Kimmie Koehn found her grades shot
up when the distractions and accompanying discipline
problems went down.
"I got my grades better and I'm less distracted, be-
cause there are no boys in the class and no girls are
mean to me," Kimmie said.
Kimmie also has discovered her outlook has im-
proved,
"I changed my personality," Malik said. "More peo-
ple started being my friends, and I started to get to
know people better."
Malik, Zae, Kimmie and their classmates aren't the
only ones who are pleased with their improvements.
Parents notice it, too.
"My mom is happy," Kimmie said. "She says Mrs.
King is the hardest worker she ever met."
"She won't' give up on us," Malik confirmed. "She
makes us try and try, and then we succeed."
Jones said King isn't resting on her recent laurels.
"She recently came to me with a project for our
gifted students and different things we can. do with
those students," he said. "We're proud of her. Cindy is
representative of kinds of teachers we have at Rich-
bourg Middle School."

Some quotes and information courtesy of Tricia
Branagan of the Okaloosa County School District.
Read the complete interviews with Malik Gandy,
Zae Bell and Iimmie Koehn on the Okaloosa School
District's Web site, www.okaloosaschools.com.


,CAMPBELL from page Al
associate's degree from Okaloosa-Walton Junior
College; bachelor's degree in political science from
University of West Florida; works in residential
construction business.
Reason you are running for mayor: "The simple
reason I'm running for mayor is. an overwhelming
number of citizens contacted me and said they
wanted me to run and said they would support me. I
love our little city, and so many citizens wanted me to
run, so I decided to run. Our little city means a lot to
us, and I hope it can survive and prosper."
Biggest issue the city faces and what you. will
do about it: "The main issue is survival during the
financial crisis. It will be a struggle to stay afloat. But
the biggest need in Laurel Hill is infrastructure. All
of the roads need resurfacing. President Obama talks
about shovel-ready jobs (for the stimulus package).
I could give every citizen a shovel and two tons of
asphalt, and they would be busy for two years."


HENDREN from page Al


Other education/experience: Associate's degree
from the Community College of the Air Force;
bachelor's degree in management from Troy State
University in 1986. Retired as Air Force Reserve Chief
Master Sergeant after 38 years of service.
Reason you are running for mayor: "I feel the
city needs a leader with management experience who
is comfortable supervising personnel and making
daily decisions concerning operational requirements.
I am retired and therefore available to establish office
hours, meet with the citizens, listen to their concerns
and take appropriate actions. Our residents have a
right to expect access to their leaders."
Biggest issue the city faces and what you will do
about it: "The biggest issue facing the city is our ad
valorem tax rate. The city's debt combined with daily
operating expenses forced previous councils to levy
one of the county's highest tax rates. In preparing the
2010 budget, I will conduct a line-by-line assessment
of all expenditures and work with department
managers to lessen spending where necessary. This
cutback will result in a lower ad valorem tax rate
without a reduction of services to our residents."


ROBBINS from page Al
Institute; operated own pulp wood business for 25
years.
Reason you are running for mayor: "We have
some important issues I would like to get cleared up
to benefit the city. Since I came on as mayor, a lot of
things are going pretty well. I just want to see Laurel
Hill improve some. Laurel Hill was Okaloosa County's
first city, but if you look at the other cities in the
county, they've all passed us by. I know we can't catch
up, but we can do better than what we are doing."
Biggest issue the city faces and what you will do
about it: "We need roads fixed. Every road in Laurel
Hill has potholes. We need a sewage plant, and we
need a backup water tower. We also need to get some
kind of industry in here, and I'm working with (county
commissioner) Wayne Harris to get an improved
highway nearby. And we've got work on (Gene Clary)
Park already started."


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Education


Crestview News Bulletin I AS


Northwood presents science night


Principal Jacqueline Craig
provided this update from
Northwood Elementary
On Friday, Northwood
Elementary will host its first
Family Science Night. Students
will be able to participate in
more than 20 hands-on tables
loaded with experiments such
as electronic microscopes and
forensic investigations with
glue. The Emerald Coast Sci-
ence Center will lead North-
wood in this fun-filled night.
StarBase Lab, a science/math
school based in Montgomery,
Ala., will be providing a solar
system field trip via a planetar-
ium and will be offering rides
on a hovercraft. It's a night you
won't want to miss!
Many enrichment op-
portunities have been offered
lately at Northwood. In the
fifth grade, students have been
given a chance to participate
in an after-school Science
Club. Mrs. Holmes, Mr. Hillard
and Mrs. Ross directed their
students in creating scale mod-
els of the solar system. They
also produced airplanes out


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PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
of egg cartons and tested the
aerodynamics of each inven-
tion. On March 9, the Science
Club will culminate its time
together by launching rockets
assembled over a three-week
period. Who knows? We might
have the next Buzz Aldrin or
Neil A. Armstrong enrolled at
Northwood!
Another after-school club
recently offered at Northwood
was the Munch-n-Crunch. Stu-
dents in the fourth grade were
invited to attend if they want-
ed a chance to polish-up their
writing skills before FCAT
Writes. Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Ad-
ams and Mrs. Haan used top-
ics like Trouble in a Science
Lab, and Relaxing and Rest-
ing on a Beach. The use of siz-
zling vocabulary, exhilarating
adjectives and sturdy verbs
became the focus and intent of
everyone involved. The group


BULL'S-EYE: Tim
Siscoe removes
an arrow from .
the bull's-eye
that he hit during
Davidson Middle
School's archery :
tournament. For
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Davidson students on target


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


Davidson Middle School partici-
pated in a state archery tournament
Feb. 24, in conjunction with the Na-
tional Archery in Schools Program.
Davidson is one of only 47 schools
across the state that teaches the
three-week archery course during
physical education classes. The pro-
gram promotes safety, proper use of


archeryequipmentandtheenjoymeit
of archery, according to Davidson
physical education instructor, Susan
Kellogg.
Students who place first in the
state tournament will win their owni
bow and target. Both the individual
and team winners will qualify to par-
ticipate in a national tournament in
Kentucky.
The program is sponsored by the
Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission.


was also able to "munch" on a
few writing-connected snacks
as their brains swelled with
ideas. Hmmm, sounds delec-
table doesn't it?
Northwood Elemen-
tary is proud to announce its
Teacher of the Year, Rebecca
Desormeaux. Rebecca is a
Project CHILD math teacher
for third-, fourth- and fifth-
grade students. This is her
first year in Project Child and
her third year at Northwood.
"Mrs. Desormeaux is
bridging the gap between old
and new, past, present and
the future, and helping her
students to become life-long
learners. She allows children
the chance to achieve their
dreams of conquering math,"
expressed Craig.
A few thoughts from her
third grade students:
Deanna Stevens I am
very proud of you because of
what you have done for me,
and for winning the prize!
Marquis Dawsey I ap-
preciate you being my teacher.
I owe you so much.
Adam Blount I am glad


NORTHWOOD TEACHER OF
THE YEAR: Northwood
Elementary Teacher of the
Year Rebecca Desormeaux.

that you won the Teacher of
the Year award. Thank you for
the stations.
Faith Roush I am
proud of you. Congratulations
for winning the best teacher of
the year.
Donald Alford I want to
thank you for teaching me all
year and to tell you the truth,
the work I've been doing was.
fun.
"From the Principal's Of-
fice" provides updates on
schools in north Okaloosa
County.


TAKING AIM: Davidson seventh graders Tristyn
Garza and Morgan Smith concentrate on their
targets.


PANTHER
ARCHERS: Kevin
Dukes set up
his arrows for
the next round
in the Davidson
archery
tournament.


Thigpen: Board

meeting brings

good, bad news
District 4 Okaloosa County School
Board representative Cathy Thigpen
provided this report from Monday's
school board meeting
Cassandra Rushing, a 2007 gradu-
ate of Crestview High School, was rec-
ognized as being selected for Region
1 Youth Outstanding .School Voliunteer.
Cassandra has been volunteering in
some fashion at Walker Elementary
school since she was there as a student.
Cassandra will
be recognized SCHOOL
at the Florida BOARD
Partners in I
Education UPDATE
Conference
in Daytona
Beach in April.
Laurel Hill teacher
Rae McKathan pre-
sented a grant proposal
for the federally funded
"Teaching American
History Grant." Nu- THIGPEN
merous hours were
spent by Rae and her fellow Laurel
Hill School social studies teachers
Tim Geoghagan and Jennifer Frank-
lin in writing this comprehensive and
competitive application. There are
many goals for this grant. A few are: To
increase the historical content knowl-
edge of American history and improve
relevant classroom instruction, and
develop a permanent professional
learning community for the teachers of
Okaloosa County.
Congratulations to our District sci-
ence fair winners, and good luck at the
state level. In the Senior Division our
north end students received two first
places and three third places out of the
15 categories. In the Junior Division,
our north end students received six
first places, three second places, four
third place and two honorable mentions
out of 15 categories.
The news from Tallahassee is get-
ting grimmer by the day. Projected cuts
for the 2009-10 school year may be from
13 to 16 percent, or $22 to $25 million
dollars just for Okaloosa County.
"School Board Report" appears
following meetings of the Okaloosa
County School District board.


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Six warrants still
pending

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
More than two months
of painstaking police work
paid off over the weekend
when the Crestview Police
Department arrested 22
people on drug charges.
"We used a confidential
informant and undercover
officers to purchase crack
cocaine from drug deal-
ers, in different locations
throughout Crestview," ex-
plained Street Crimes Unit
commander Lt. Joseph
Eloyd.
- Of 24 warrants prepared
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tion that has been under
way since December, Floyd
said Street Crimes officers,
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patrol units, served 18.
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with similar activities dur-
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"This was in response
to citizen complaints about
drug activity in their neigh-
lborhoods," Floyd said. "It
was a citizen complaint-
driven investigation. They
spid, 'We're tired of this on
our streets."'
E Dubbed "Operation
Crack-Down," the roundup
commenced on Friday and
continued Saturday.
"It went peacefully,"


WARRANTS SERVED
IN OPERATION
CRACK-DOWN
Deaundrous
Blackshear, Patricia
Blackshear, Jasper
Brown, Charles
Coleman III,
Tremayne Drake,
Lamar Lee, Angel
Madden, Marcus
Mays, Katherine
McBride, Charles
McCullough, Desmus
McTear, Jerry
Reynolds, Kwevion
Seals, Reginald
Singletary, Jarvis
Skinner, Gregory
Spears, and Kenneth
Tyrease.


Floyd said. "We didn't have
any use-of-force issues.
The operation went very
smoothly."
Floyd said in each in-
stance, the suspects came
up to the police informant
or undercover officer and
offered to sell him crack
cocaine.
"The dealers ap-
proached us and solicited
the sales," Floyd said.
The arrested suspects
. face a series of drug-relat-
ed charges. Many of those
arrested were repeat ar-


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WANTED:These six suspects are still.wanted under outstanding arrest warrants
by the Crestview Police Street Crimes Unit. Citizens who see any of these men
or know their whereabouts are asked to call the police promptly. Top row, left
to right: Tyson Tremayne Ford, James Christopher Green and Michael Jerome
Moore. Bottom row: Jon Deangelo Reynolds Jr., Eddie Dene Rice and Anthony
Jerome Taylor. ,


restees.
"Every charge is a se-
rious felony," Floyd said.
"Some are first-degree.
There were no misde-
meanor charges in this
round-up."
Floyd praised the co-
operation of the Okaloosa
County Department of Cor-


reactions, whose personnel
at the county jail helped
process the large influx
of suspects. He also had
praise for the citizens who
initiated the complaints
that led to the operation.
"Our success depends
on the public's coopera-
tion,", Floyd said. "The


reason we were able to get
these drug dealers off the
street is because citizens
brought them to our atten-
tion.
Floyd assured con-
cerned citizens that they
can make complaints about
suspected crimes in their
neighborhoods safely and


"This was
in response
to citizen
complaints
about drug
activity in their
neighborhoods.
It was a citizen
complaint-
driven
investigation.
They said, 'We're
tired of this on
our streets.'"

Lt. Joseph Floyd

confidentially, ,and, when
they wish, anonymously.
Complaints may be filed
from the CPD Web site,
www.crestviewpd.org, e-
mailed directly to Floyd at
floydj@crestviewpd.org,
made through Crime Stop-
pers, or to the police de-
partment at 850-682-3544.
"We appreciate all the
citizens who came forward
to make these complaints,"
Floyd said.
"There are more war-
rants and more arrests
pending," he added.


LAUREL HILL CITY COUNCIL UPDATE


LAUREL HILL City Attorney Toni Craig
provided the Laurel Hill city council with
an update on the city's Evaluation and Ap-
praisal Report (EAR) during its meeting
'Thursday night.
The EAR Citizen Advisory Committee
.has met twice. The next two months will
,be focused on determining the major is-
sues to be addressed in the EAR.
The committee identified an intergov-
ernmental element, a public schools facili-
ties element, an infrastructure element
a*id planning for future years as prelimi-
nary focus issues for this year.
The next EAR Citizen Advisory Com-
mittee meeting will be today at 9:30 a.m. at
City Hall. The public is invited and encour-


aged to attend.
Mayor Vizell Robbins and the coun-
cil agreed'little progress appears to have
been made on determining how to use the
city's $300,000 grant to improve the city's
water system.
Robbins appointed council chair Larry
Hendren to make contacts to "get the ball
rolling."
Joan Smith, who will be seated on the
council during the upcoming term, asked
why the city was paying an outside con-
tractor to fill smaller potholes.
She said she believes city employees
can accomplish the same task. Robbins
said he will review the use of the outside
contractor.


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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: Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris
suspended after being arrested.
What a sad day for our county. I have always been so
proud of where I am from. This really saddens me that
we have to explain to our children and grandchildren
what has happened to our most respected leaders.
How do we explain this downfall? Let's just pray for our
county to get through this.

I am a high school student at Crestview and I can't
believe that my own sheriff of my county got arrested.
Officers are constantly pulling us over, telling us we
need to be more "responsible." Well, maybe they should
look at themselves in the mirror before they go pointing
the finger.

What a sad example for our kids. I know most of
the rest of our (officers) are great, honest, law-abiding
law officers. I hope they don't get tainted by their boss'
shenanigans.

Topic: New cinema planned for north Crestview
I'm glad to see it finally being built, but c'mon! There
was land right across the street of Richburg lane that
was right bn 85, yet they are wanting to build it on some
backroad in the woods a good quarter mile or more off
State Road 85? Makes no sense.

Don't worry. The land in front of it will be developed
and then it will be as visible as any other location. I for
one love the location and I think it will do great there.
The north is the future of Crestview and you don't have
to sit in that gridlock of traffic on the south end of town.
*
It will fail in this economy, especially given its
location. It would have been much better if it was built
on some of the available acreage south of State Road 85
closer to Interstate 10.

Isn't traffic congested enough on the south end of
Crestview? Why would we want to make it worse? It's
best to spread about what draws traffic, so the north
end is the most logical place. A great deal of growth has
taken place north of 90, though many who live south
may not realize it.

We are happy ... but the location is worrisome. I'd
like to see it built and thrive, but given the location
and the current economic downturn, I don't see that
happening.

I'm not sure where south of town the developers
would get all the space needed for the entire project..
The cinema is just one part of it. There will be shopping
and someday apartments, offices, warehouses and
a farmer market. The growing north end of town is
perfect for the project. And I also hope it will be a digital
cinema. That picture is incredible!

Topic: Crestview city council denies developers'
requests for traffic impact fee waivers
Thank you council for sticking to your guns. The
naysayers are going to whine that you should give a
break to every developer that comes along, but the
common citizens appreciate your standing up and
doing the right thing. A $17,000,000 project will have a
huge impact on our streets and services. We taxpayers
should not have to shoulder that burden. Thank you for
being the voice of the little guy.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
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Letters to the EDITOR


NOFD addresses fire
tax, station move
and ISO concerns
I would like to thank
the residents of the North
Okaloosa Fire District
who attended the citizens'
forum on Feb. 24. I would
also like to clarify/correct
some of the remarks
made by the speakers.
The reason for the
increased assessment
to $220 a year: Due to
the growth of the district,
the board applied for and
received a SAFER grant.
This grant doubled the
number of firefighters.
However, it required us
to furnish the funds up
front. The options: either
borrow the funds or refuse
the grant. Even if the first
vote to convert to millage
had passed, it would
have taken more than a
year to begin receiving
the funds. Therefore, the
board chose to obtain
a loan in order to fund
execution of the grant.
This vote on March 10
will allow the district to
retain firefighters gained,
through the SAFER grant,
add additional firefighters,
purchase one more fire
truck and retire the debt.
The reason for the
move to Station 82: This
station is a replacement
for the station razed
by the county to build
hangars, which was the
old central station. The
board was also required
to borrow additional funds
to pay the district's part
of finishing the interior of
Station 82 at the airport.
The move was to relocate
to the most central, safest
and best-equipped station
until firefighters are
available to man Station
81 at Auburn, Station 84 at
John King Road, and then
Station 83 at Milligan.


The ISO rating:
The best estimate of the
NOFD is that failure of
the increased assessment
will result in an increase
in the ISO fire protection
rating, possibly to a
7 or 9 in some cases.
The alternative of
using volunteers for all
emergency responses
would require extensive
training and equipping
for each firefighter with
no guarantee the ISO
rating wouldn't rise to
a 9 because of the lack
of readily-available
volunteers.
Furthermore, the
current NOFD budget
does not allow for even
the bare minimums in
equipment and manpower.
Let's not ask our
firefighters to perform
this hazardous work
without these minimums
for their safety and well
being.
Will Reeves
Chair
North Okaloosa
Fire District


Will ISO rating change
if referendum fails?
Writer thinks not
Dear Editor:
For the third time,
some supporters of the
NOFD ballot initiative
would have you believe
that if the voters do not
approve this tax increase
we are going to have to go
to an entirely volunteer
force or just shut the
place down. If that
happens, they say, our
ISO rating will change in
such a way that will cause
our insurance to more
than double or cancel all
together.
That's scary, but it's
simply not true.


The Florida Insurance
Research Library defines
the classification of
public fire protection
on its Web site (www.
faia.com/web/2006/07/
ajurisdictions.aspx). For
jurisdictions listed with
multiple classification
numbers (example:
6/9), known as a "split
classification," the
classification number for
individual properties is
determined as follows:
For properties located
five road miles or less'
from a responding fire
station of a designated
recognized fire
department indicated
in the listing for the
jurisdiction, and within
1,000 feet of a fire
hydrant, the first listed
classification applies (in
a 6/9 district, the property
described would be Class
6).
For properties located
five road miles or less
from a responding fire
station of a designated
recognized fire
department indicated
in the listing for the
jurisdiction, and with a
fire hydrant more than
1,000 feet, Class 9 or Class
8B applies.
If you don't qualify
for either of these two
options, Class 10 applies.
Here's a north county
fire district comparison.
All are volunteer, except
North Okaloosa, which is
paid and volunteer:
Fire District 2008
residential tax, ISO
North Okaloosa -
$90.57, 5/9
Baker $61.50, 5/8B
Holt $40.00, 7/9
Blackman $104.15,
9/10
Almarante $60.00,
6/10
Dorcas $82.06, 5/9


It jumps out at me that
you don't need more tax
money to get a better ISO
rating. You do, however,
need a specified minimum
amount of manpower and
equipment, strategically
placed fire stations to '
serve your customers, and
adequate fire hydrants.
NOFD has more than
the minimum manpower
and equipment, and the
fire stations, but we don't
have the fire hydrants.
NOFD doesn't put in fire
hydrants. Auburn Water
System does.
It doesn't really matter
whether the manpower is
paid or volunteer. Notice
in the chart above that
the Dorcas and Baker fire
districts have the same
ISO ratings as NOFD,
and they've earned those
ratings with a volunteer
force.
So really, does a failure
of the tax increase mean
that our ISO rating will
change? Or that our
insurance is automatically
going up or canceled? I
think not.
Vote no on the NOFD
big tax increase! ,
Sincerely,
Craig Shaw
Crestview

ISO ratings, fire
stations and
financing
At every (North
Okaloosa Fire District)
town hall meeting and
every monthly meeting,
all we have heard from
the NOFD commissioners
is, if we don't get this
increase your ISO rating
will go from a 5 to a 9 and
your insurance rates will
go through the roof.
We have been a 5/9

See LETTERS A9


By Nathan Boyles
Attorney at law
I tend to think of the political
jousting that occurs in any election
as something of a sport. I find a race
for the three open Crestview city
council positions as interesting as
any national race. For all who live,
own property or conduct business in
Crestview, the results of the March
10 election will have a more direct
impact on your lives and fortunes
than any contested congressional
seat.
I have attended many council
meetings, giving me a fair sense of
the demeanor of the incumbents. I
also invited each candidate to meet
me at one of our great Main Street
eateries. Five accepted. Incumbent
Lillie Conyers declined.
In Precinct 1, Ben lannucci
is challenging incumbent Chip
Wells. Mr. Iannucci is a 33-year-
old aeronautical engineer and
a recent transplant from points


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north. Needless to say, he is a very
intelligent individual and shows
a great deal of enthusiasm for
participating in the political process.
However, a brilliant analytical
mind can present challenges.
In particular, I don't believe that
Mr. Ilannucci has fully developed
that sense of presence and easy
communication critical to effectively
representing a constituency For
instance, his use of terms such
as "hang-out" were lost on most
.audience members at the recent
political forum.
Mr. Wells is the most politically
polished candidate, yet I found him
to be candid and likable over coffee
at the Tropical Palm. Mr: Wells is
the most outspoken member of the
council. He shows an eagerness
to understand an issue before
voting, though at times I find him
unnecessarily condescending
from his council seat. I was also

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Opinion


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


LETTERS from page A8


rating since the beginning,
and were rated. To be
an ISO 5 you need to be
within 1,000 feet of a fire
hydrant or within five
miles of a fire station.
Mbst all the areas were
covered with Auburn,
Milligan and John King
Road stations. After the
second 2008 referendum,
the commissioners
moved equipment and
personnel from Auburn
and Milligan fire stations.
They moved personnel
from John King Road but
left an engine there. They
moved to the new airport
station.


Consolidating at the
airport station left very
large areas outside
of the five-mile limit
they were' in before the
consolidation. This puts
those people in jeopardy
' of going from their
previous 5 ISO rating to
a 9, which will raise their
insurance rates.
The commissioners
borrowed $375,000
to meet temporary
occupancy requirements
to be able to go to the
airport fire station at the
payback rate of $5,000 a
month, to be paid with
impact fees. Then the


Attorney General for
Florida ruled the NOFD
could not collect impact
fees with its charter
setup; Now the NOFD
has introduced HB
1553 in the legislature
to amend its charter
to collect certain user
charges and certain
impact fees. They also
spent $14,000 to pay for
this third election to raise
your fire fees. .
It would have been
a lot more practical to
have taken the $375,000,
left the previous setup
with Auburn, Milligan
and John King stations,.


upgrade these stations
and hired more
firefighters if needed.
This would not have
placed a large number
of members' properties
outside of a five-mile
range of their fire
stations.
Looks like the cart
before the horse again,
and now the NOFD
wants you to pay 142
percent more for your
fire fees next year. This
is like throwing money
in a bottomless pit. We
members can't pay
enough to support the
NOFD. Vote no for the


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COUNCIL from page A8


dismayed to learn that,
due to a technical glitch,
he has not received emails
to his published city
account for some time,
and he lacked a sense of
urgency in resolving the
matter. However, I feel
certain that the glitch will
now be resolved with all
deliberate haste.
My Precinct One pick:
Chip Wells. I have no,
* doubt Mr. Iannucci could
become a capable council
member. However, I
think a few more years
of southern exposure
- will help him develop the
qualities necessary to
relate to his constituency
and govern effectively. ,
In Precinct 3, Kathleen
Bowman is challenging
'incumbent Charles
Baugh.-Mrs. Bowman
should be a name familiar
to most. She previously
served on the council
and campaigned for


mayor. I had a delightful
conversation with her
over lunch at Guglielmo's.
She is 'a charming
individual and a.wealth
of knowledge. However,
if elected, Mrs. Bowman
would be nearly 85 at the
conclusion of her term.
I met with Mr.
Baugh at Desi's over
bread pudding, and it
was evident that he
really likes his job on
the council. He often
rides shotgun with
city employees, from.
sanitation to the police
and fire departments,
and he genuinely
enjoys the opportunity.
His excitement and
exuberance for the
city could almost be
characterized as child-
like. (I do encourage
Mr. Baugh to restrict
his enthusiastic use
of platitudes from
his council seat or


risk appearing to be ,
constantly campaigning).
My Precinct 3
pick: Charles Baugh.
Appropriately channeled,
Mr. Baugh's love for
Crestview will be an
asset to the Council.
Unfortunately, I fear that
Mrs. Bowman may no
longer have the mental
and physical stamina
necessary for such a
demanding job. However,
the council could
certainly benefit from her
experience on one of the,
various council-appointed
boards.
In Precinct 2,
Tim Grandberry is
challenging incumbent
Lillie Conyers. Mr.
Grandberry clearly
places an emphasis
on youth and sports
programs, an area that
could-benefit from serious
support from the council.
Mr. Grandberry shows


great enthusiasm for
youth issues, but he has
less of an understanding
of other issues facing
Crestview. For instance,
he was forced to pass on
answering one of the six'
questions asked at the
candidates forum.out of
a lack of familiarity with
the subject. -
Mrs. Conyers declined
my offer of a meeting. She
also declined a request
from the Emerald Coast
Association of Realtors,
which disappointingly
decided not to endorse
either candidate. Mrs.
Conyers was involved
in a severe automobile
accident several months
ago and only recently
returned to her seat on.
the council. I understand
she still travels for
therapy, making her full
participation in council
matters impossible.
My Precinct 2 pick:


Tim Grandberry. While
Mrs. Conyers has a valid
excuse for her recent'
absence, a council seat
belongs to the public
and it is unfair for a
candidate to seek to put
a placeholder on the
seat in the absence of
vigorous participation.
Indeed, even before her
accident I never felt as
though Mrs. Conyers
was fully involved in
the agenda. She rarely
asked questions and as
President of the Council
often had difficulty
effectively running
the proceedings. Mr.
Grandberry is politically
inexperienced, and he
will certainly take his
lumps, but I believe he
can bring needed vigor to
the council.
All 'of the candidates
should be commended for
subjecting themselves to
such public scrutiny. If


they were not willing to
serve, who would? They
have done their part, now
we must do ours. If you
live in the city, vote. If
you own property or do
business in Crestview,
take the time to educate
a city resident about your
views and encourage
them to vote.
I know I will.

' Nathan D. Boyles,
Attorney at Law,
practices at 204 N. Main
St.; Crestview, FL 32536.
He can be reached at
689-8505. His column
will appear on the first
Wednesday of the month.
This column is intended
for general educational
and entertainment
purposes and is not legal
advice. Every situation
is unique. If you have a
legal issue you should
contact a lawyer who
can provide counsel.


Suspended sheriff at
home after arrest
Suspended Okaloosa
County Sheriff Charlie Mor-
ris was back home on Sat-
urday after he was arrested
Friday in Las Vegas on mul-
tiple federal charges.
Morris said he cQuld not
comment on the case but
said his attorneys would is-
sue a statement soon.
Meanwhile, Chief Dep-
uty Mike Coup was placed
on paid leave Saturday. But
interim Sheriff Ed Spooner
said Coup's leave wasn't
imposed for suspicion.
Morris was arrested on
charges of fraud, theft and
money .laundering in an
alleged payout and kick-
back scheme 'that federal
investigators say began in


August 2008 and continued
until recently.'
Morris' finance director,
Terry Adams, also was ar-
rested Friday for assisting
him.
With Morris' suspen-
sion, ,Gov. Charlie Crist ap-
pointed Spooner, a state
lawman, to take his place,
as part of standard practice.
Spooner was in Tallahassee
on Saturday but planned to
return to Okaloosa on Mon-'
day to resume his duties.
He said he isn't privy
to the names of sheriff's
employees involved in the
case .
Read more on this story
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com and www.nwfdsaily-
news.com
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SCHEDULE
Thursday
High.school baseball
Walton at Baker, 6:30
p.m.
Pace JV at Crestview,
6:30 p.m.
High School softball
Baker at Ponce de Leon,
6 pm.
Laurel Hill at Central
High School track
Central, Jay, Paxton,
PCA, Rocky Bayou at,
Baker,.3 p.m. "
High School tennis
Navarre at Crestview, 3
p.m.

Friday
High School baseball
PDL at Baker, 6:30 p.m.
Crestview at Tate, 4
p.m./6:30 p.m.
Central at Laurel Hill, V
6 p.m.
Laurel Hill JV at PCA, /
4:30 p.m..
High School softball
Port St. Joe at
Crestview, 6 p.m.
,Jay at Baker, 6"p.m,.


GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
*Feb. 26
1, Bill Chandler. Paul
Coype, Gary Zick, Gene
Kester. Wer tr Pittman
*10 .
2. Ron Boisjolie, Jesse
Dennis, R :n Swarhcord
Alan Parsons, George
Bonner-7
3. Ron Magruder,
Howard Ilitchell Aaron
Daniel, DavidGansel,
David Hinnan -,6
4. Brad Asher, Ed Ross,
Tim Ross, Jerry Devoy,
Johnny'Ray -6

Sunday Lowball
Feb. 15
1. Aarn-r, OCdorr. Larry
Fordyce, Tom Prier -6.
2. Tom Cook, Johnny
Ray,, Dick Hickson, ,
SJesse Dennis -5
3. Bo Belanger Jerry
Maughorn. Johri Oldacre,
Terrell Sasser -2

BRIEFS,
Dan Severn seminar
Dan "The Beast"
Severn a three-time
UF char.mpion wiII
present a pair of
seminars March 7 at .
Gordon Martial Arts.
Severn is a member
of the UFC Hall of Fame.
He also was an Olympic
alternate in wrestling,
and is a third-degree
black belt in judo and
jujitsu, and a first-
degree black belt in
combat sambo:
Severn's seminar for
youths and adults will.
be from 9 to 11:30 a.m
An adults-only seminar
is from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Cost for one seminar '
is $89. Cost for both
serrinar s,,is $139.

Home Run Derby
The Laurel Hill
baseball team A.II
host a home run derby
Saturday following
the second game of
its doubleheader with
Walton.
The doubleheader
starts at 1 p.m. with
the second game
scheduled for'3 p.m.
There will be two
divisions in the home
run derby. The first
division is for those
still in high school. A
trophy will be awarded
the winner. The older
division is open to
anyone out of high
school and a cash prize.
will go to the winner.
Cost for both divisions
is $10. Contestants can
buy their way back into
the second round for an
additional $10.


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.NICK TOMECEK I Florida Fieedom Newspapers


CHIP SHOT: McNeese State's Justin Ougel hits a chip shot onto the No. 11 green during the Troy University
Invitational at Heritage Plantation golf course.

Heritage Plantation brings NCAA Division I competition to north county


Randy Dickson
Cre-st-iew News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Heritage Planta-
tion Golf and Country Club was
home of the Troy University men's
golf team this past Weekend.
Mississippi State won the 54-
hole "Troy Invitational" played Sat-
urday and Sunday. The Bulldogs
shot a team score of 892. Troy was
second with a 925 and Nebraska
third with a 935
Nine teams competed, with
the Cornhuskers and
Siena College travel- "
ing the furthest for
the event. eSSo
Missis- .
sippi State's .
Noah
Goldman ,
won the
low-med-
alist for the
weekend with a 221.
Troy's Jay Harris and Missis-
sippi State's Brian Mason tied for
second with a 223.
It was the first NCAA Division
I event at Heritage Plantation and
the first NCAA Division I sporting
event in north Okaloosa County in
recent memory.


The Troy Invitational was the
first of what Heritage Plantation
Director of Golf and PGA teach-
ing pro Jeff Marks believes will be
many more big events in the years
to come';
"This is a'big event for every-
body," he said. "It is a big event for
us and a big event for the kids. This
is an invitational event for schools
from all over the east. .
"It's a fun event,
and it's also se-
rious because
these kids all
Swant to win. For
us it is a pretty


portant event because it is our first
collegiate event. Having teams
here like Troy and Nebraska and
every other team as well, it's kind
of a big deal for the whole commu-
nity as well as us."
Marks saw the tournament as a
great learning tool for.the Heritage
staff as it looks down the road to
those bigger events.
"This is a great practice round,
so to speak, for the employees,"
he said. "There's a lot for us to do'
to get ready for this kind of event,
from setting up scoreboards and
cart assignments to hotel arrange-
ments and food arrangements. It's
Pln.. a ..HIu, lkp .hn-tina ao mall PGA


event
."There
NICK TOMECEK are so
- FFloriLda Frxdom many fac-
Newspapers tors that are
""'. TEED OFF: very similar to
Jacksonville hosting a major event
University's Josh that this is good practice for
Kinsey tees off everybody to get a ,taste of
on the No. 12 what it will be like in the fu-
S tee duringLth ture. So I see this as an invalu-
Troy University able experience for everybody
|Troy University that works here."
Invitational at As for the course, Marks
Pa Heritage said the feedback he received
cPlantation golf
course. See PLANTATION B3


Sporting events make positive economic impact


The thought of Crestiiew. north
Okaloosa County as sports central
in Okaloosa County seems less of a
stretch than it might have five
years ago.
In the. last month
Crestview High School has
hosted the Region 1-2A
wrestling tournament and
thus became home to 30
high school wrestling teams
for the weekend. To break it N
down more precisely, that's
more than 200 wrestlers, plus R


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;andy


coaches and parents who
visited our area.
Last weekend Heritage Plantation
Golf and Country Club hosted the
-Troy Invitational Golf Tournament.
Both of these events had a positive
economic impact on the community.
I won't try to guess how much
money parents and wrestlers brought
into the community during the region
tournament. I do know that several
motels on State Road 85 had signs
welcoming the wrestlers and their
families to the community.
The Troy Invitational, in its first


year, didn't have as big of an impact
as the wrestling tournament, but
everything points to it being an
annual event that will grow.
This year alone there were
nine teams that required
three motel rooms apiece.
Family members who
made the trip to watch the
tournament.used additional
rooms.
TH END In tough economic
ONE times every visitor to our
Dickson area brings much-needed
revenues to local business.
I haven't been around too mariy
college golfers at mealtime, but I
have been around my share of college
athletes and other college students.
I'd be willing to bet that like other
young men in college, those golfers
can eat.
Every restaurant the teams visited
benefited from the Troy Invitational,
as did the gas stations, convenient
stores and chain stores.
The beaches in the south end
of the county are what bring most
people to our area. To the average


tourist looking for white sand and
sunshine, Crestview is simply the
place they exit 1-10.
Crestview and the surrounding
communities can be more than just a
traffic signal on the way to the beach.
The coaches and people I talked
to this weekend were impressed with
the hospitality of our community.
Those good impressions will spread
as they return home and tell others.
In the last several years I have
seen those in the area that host
major athletic events whether a
district basketball tournament or a
college golf tournament do things
right.
The leadership at Heritage has big
dreams to host major tournaments
such as a Nationwide tour event or
a PGA qualifier. They also hope the
Troy Invitational is just the first of
many college events.
Whether you're a wrestler, golfer
or fan, we all win when sporting
events come to Crestview.
Maybe it's time for the Hub City to
become the Sports Hub of Okaloosa
County. It could happen.


BASEBALL
Central 6, Baker 5
A four-run first wasn't
enough as Baker saw an
early lead dissipate Feb.
23. Preston Nixon went
2-for-3 at the plate while
Ryne Wickery finished the
night 2-for-4 in the loss.
C 040 002 0- 6
B.401 000 0 5
LP Will Locke

Choctawhatchee 2,
Crestview 1
Tanner Black whipped
a walk-off double down
the right field line in the
bottom of the seventh
inning Feb. 24 to send
Crestview to its first loss.
Cr 000 100 0 1
Ch 001 000 1 2
LP Andrew Wirth

Rocky Bayou 14,
Laurel Hill 6
Brian Redmon struck out
15 Laurel Hill batters for
the Knights 5n Feb. 24.

Pine Forest 2,
Crestview 0
Four Crestview errors
were the decisive factor
as the Bulldogs fell on
the road Thursday in a
District 1-5A game. Daniel
Ogilvy threw a complete
game for Crestview. Both
Pine Forest runs were
unearned. Sam Bass led
the Bulldogs with a pair
of hits.'
Cr 000 000 0 0
PF001 010 x-2.
LP Daniel Ogilvy
Tate 10, Crestview 2
A bad week for the
Crestview baseball team
ended on a sour note
against District 1-5A rival
Tate, on Friday.
The Aggies punished the
Bulldogs, pounding out
11 hits on their way to a
10-2 win.
T 412 300 0-10
C 100 001 0-2
LP David Pyle.

Freeport 12,
Laurel Hill 2
The Hoboes fell at home
Friday.
FHS 431 14 -12
LHS 100 01-2
LP Ryan Simmons.

Baker 6, Vernon 3
Christian Manior struck out
12 and allowed four hits'
in the District 1-2A victory
Friday. Colton Henry
paced the Gators with two
hits. Preston Nixon, Will
Locke; Cameron Davis
and Josh Yost had one hit
apiece.
V 000 000 3 3
B010 113 x-6
WP Christian Manior.

SOFTBALL
South Walton 4,
Baker 1
One by one Baker batters
were turned away and
sent back to the dugout
on Feb. 23, as South
Walton pitcher Shelby
Watson struck out 17.
Ba 000 001 1
SW 040 000 4
LP Lauren Griffith

Bethlehem 6,
Laurel Hill 3
Six errors proved to be too
much for the Hoboes to
overcome Feb. 23.
Katie Free allowed 10 hits
and struck out five over
seven innings pitched.
Sabrina Dickinson went
2-for-4 with a run scored
while Brittany Baggett
collected a pair of hits and
two RBIs.
Bet 200 211 0 -6
LHS 001 000 2 3
LP Katie Free

Ponce de Leon 9,
Laurel Hill 5
Katie Free finished 2-for-
4 at the plate with two
runs and one RBI for LHS
on Feb. 24, and Sabrina
Dickinson drove in a run.
PDL 130.221 -9
LHS 200 021 5
LP Katie Free

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...._ _North Okaloosa Special Olympics photo gallery


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
HAPPY ENDING: Jonnie Dennis crosses the finish line in: the 50-meter dash for the
Northwood Cougars.

Ann Spann
Cresttiew News Bulletin

The north Okaloosa County Special Olympics took
place this pasl Thursday at Crestview-High School's
Jack Fbster Stadium.
Youngsters from eight local schools participated.-
"Let me win, but ifl Icannot win, let mebe brave in 7!
the attempt," is the Special Olympics minotto.
See more photos from the north county Special
Olympics at www.crestviewbulletin.coam.


NOTICE OF, PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN ,
ORDINANCE Z
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, "
March 9, 2009 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in
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
IAN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PASSING THE BATON: Crestview High School runner Brandon Woods FLYING HIGH: Southside Elementary's
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 30.13ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS takes the baton handoff from Trevor Price in the 400-meter relay Natalie Goodwin takes to the air in
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 3 during the Okaloosa County Special Olympics. the standing long jump.
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED AS S
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 County'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 I I
Point Center Road. The parcel's location is shown on the ," _'
mai 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 SUMMONING HER ENERGIES: Mellaine
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the Brannon gets ready to toss the
proposed ordinances. softball for the Southside Tigers THEY ARE THE CHAMPIONS: Walker Elementary runners Leigh Ann
The City Cduncil of the City of Crestview, Florida does not during the Special Olympics at Daniels and Ashley Collirisworth proudly display the blue ribbons
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability Crestview High School. they earned during the Special Olympics.
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. W. ".
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity .
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young February 25, 2009
City Clerk March 4, 2009 A 1-2 FINISH: Runners for the Southside Ele'mentary Tigers led
.-..... . .... .....'the way in the 50-meter dash.


MAKING STRIDES: Tyaisha McTear runs the first
leg of the 400 meter relay for the Bob Sikes
Elementary team.


LET IT FLY: Joseph Bishop throws the softball for the Bob Sikes
Elementary Bullpups.


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Escambia 8, Crestview 3
Angel Andrews homered
for the Dawgs, but it wasn't
enough as CHS fell against
the unbeaten Gators on
Feb. 24
C 000 100 2-3
E 800 000 x 8
LP Britany Kelch

Crestview. 17,
Pine Forest 2
(5 innings)
Every Crestview starter
collected a hit to help pick
up the Bulldogs' first win.
of the year in District 1-5A
action on Thursday.
Renee Copeland and Jacey
Sanders led Crestview
with three RBIs each while
Courtney Adams and Angel
Andrews both had two.
Cr 100 79--17
PF 101 Ox -2
WP Kaitlyn Trimmer

Baker 11, Freeport 0
(6 innings)
Lauren Griffith flirted with
perfection against Freeport
in District 1-2A softball play
Thursday.
Baker's junior pitcher
retired the first 17 Bulldog
batters she faced before
giving up a pair of two-out
base hits as the Gators
rolled to an 11-0 win that
was called in the sixth
inning on the run rule.
F 000 000 0
B301 133-11
WP Lauren Griffith.

Baker 4, Vernon 1
Lauren Griffith struck out
eight and allowed three
hits and no earned runs in
tallying the victory Friday.
Griffith also led Baker at the
plate by going 2-for-2 with
an RBI.
B001 1002-4.
V 000 001 0 1
WP Lauren Griffith;

Walton 12, Laurel Hill 2,
(5 innings)
Katie Free. was 2-for-3 for
Laurel Hill on Friday.
LHS 000 02 2
WHS 150 339-12
LP Katie Free

BOYS TENNIS
Escambia 5,
Crestview 2
Singles
Phillip Robbins def: Cody
Dreaden 8-0
Chrisopher Mowad def.
Argelo Fajardo 8-0
Joseph Messier (C) def.
Jared Bray 8-1
Sean McClure def. Mitch
Petosky 8-6
Tyler Kasper def. Sy Pinkert
8-3
Doubles
Robbins/Mowad def.
Dreaden/Fajardo 8-0
Petosky/Pinkert (C) def.
Casper/McClure 8-5

Crestview 7, Milton 0
Singles
Cody Dreaden d. Holland
(retired)
Angelo Fajardo d. Thames
8-4
Joseph Messier d. Sandy
8-2
Mitch Petosky d. Holmes
8-0
'Sy Pinkert d. Doss 8-0 ,
Doubles
Dreaden/Fajardo d.
Thames/Doss 8-0;
Pinkert/Petosky d. Sandy/
Holmes 8-0

GIRLS TENNIS
Crestview 5, Escambia 2
Singles .
Moya Moore (C) def. Megan
McBride 8-4
Siera Yingst (E) def.
Sydnes Pinkert 8-6
Cora Merritt (C) def.
Lakeeva Smith 8-2
Chelsea Casper (E) def.
Kristin Thomas 8-4
Brooklyn Howard (C) def.
Nikki Trotta 8-0
Doubles
Moore/Merritt (C) def.
McBride/Casper 8-1
Pinkert/Didonato (C) def.
Yingst/Trotta 8-3

Crestview 7, Milton 0
Singles
Moya Moore d. Forman 8-0
Sydney Pinkert'd. Blaine
8-0
Cora Merritt d. Leston 8-1


Kristin Thomas d. Sparling
8-1
Brooklyn Howard d. Hellwig
8-0
Doubles
Moore/Merritt d. Forman/
Sparling 8-0
Pinkert/Brittany Didonato d.
Blaine/Leston 8-2


from different participants
were very favorable.
The reputation of the
course, ranked by Golf
Digest as the No. 5 new
public course in the coun-
try, led Trojan coach Matt
Terry to approach Marks
about hosting a tourna-
ment 85 miles south. of
the Troy campus.
"It was just some-
thing where we are ex-
cited about seeing what
it could do," Terry said
of the course. "We had
a couple of coaches that
had heard about it, and it
was just something that
we needed to do."
Terry sees Heritage as
a real test for the college
golfers still putting men-
tal and physical aspects.
of their games together.
"You are going to get
a double or triple (bo-
gey) out here," Terry
said. "You have to play
the easier holes and give
yourself enough chance
for birdie and capital-
ize on those. That's why
tour players are where
they are.
"They might make a
double somewhere out
here, but they are going
to make some birdies to
shoot their number, and
they are going to man-
age their emotions a lit-
tle better."
Mississippi State
coach Clay Homan pre-
ferred his players con-
centrate on the course-
rather than the other
teams. He thinks the ex-
perience at Heritage will
help as the Bulldogs play


other tournaments.
"We look at it as we are
playing the golf course,"
he said. "I think if we can
play well here we can
play well just about any-
where.
"It's more of how we
play the golf course than
how we play the other
teams. We are looking at
it that way more than any
way else."
Homan noted that
Heritage is still a young
course as far as the
growth of the grasses on
the fairways and greens.
He sees the quality of the
course improving in the
future.
"I think this golf course
will only get better as it
continues to mature and
grow in," he said. "Right
now it's in fantastic con-
dition 'for a golf course
that's only been open a
year."


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Crestview Bulletin
PERFECT GAME: Corey
Moser, a youth league
bowler from Shoal
River Bowling Center
in Crestview, bowled a
perfect game of 300 in
the Okaloosa County
Youth Tournament.


NATIONAL HONORS: The Emerald Coast United
States Bowling Congress Association program
honored the top youth members of the All Star Team
from Shoal River Bowling Center in Crestview. Front
row, from left, are Jackie Fenwick and Victoria
Pereira. In the back row from left are Ryan Willis,
Nick Young, Anthony Heath and Augie Willis.
IN GOOD COMPANY:
From left are coach
Dale Kennedy, youth
league bowler Corey
Moser and coach Gary
Fonville. Not shown
is Coach Michael
Fleischer. Moser bowled
a 300 during the county
youth tournament.


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Business


Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Tatouage murals add artists' touch


Special to the News Bulletin
Have you ever imagined
your home decorated with
the look of hand painted
artwork in a corner, above
a doorway or on furniture?
Or, have you evei imag-
ined a one-of-a-kind mural
adorning the walls of your
home?
Tatouage will give your
home the look and feel of
the artists' own.
This kind of decorative
artwork was once only
found in the finest homes
in America. Now, Tatouage
has come to Crestview. You
will find Tatouage murals at
places such as Earl's Sea-
food, The Cast Iron Skillet,
Next Generation Hair Sa-
lon, and Salon Chic.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
SPICE IT UP: This Tatouage mural adds some .flavor
to the d6cor at The Cast Iron Skillet restaurant inp
Crestview.


The Tatouage artist's
goal was to develop de-
signs to make your decora-
tive murals indistinguish-
able from her original


paintings.
Tatouage is a high-reso-
lution dry rub transfer that
can be applied to just about
any hard surface. There is


no paint, no glue, no water,
no fumes and no mess. You
simply decide where you
want to apply your Tat-
ouage, cut out the design,
remove the protective
backing, place the transfer
down color side up, rub the
design with the provided
applicator stick and peel
the transfer back slowly.
It's truly that easy!
Your end result is a one-
of-a-kind mural designed
by you! No two murals are
ever the same. You can be
as creative or as simple as
you would like to be.
Find out more by visit-
ing www.sandyscustom-
walls.com, or visit one of
Crestview's local business-
es, see the murals and pick
up a brochure.


Extension CONNECTION


March is too early to fertilize lawns


Larry Williams
Okaloosa County Extension

It's too early to fertilize
our warm-season lawn
grasses now. This includes
the use of fertilizers, con-
tained in weed-and-feed
products.
Fertilizing too soon can
cause more problems thah
it solves.
There are a number of
reasons why it's best to
wait to fertilize your lawn.
First, the soil temper-
ature is too cool for grass
. roots to have access to
some of the fertilizer ele-
ments. Certain elements


such as iron and potas-
sium are poorly available
to the roots until the soil
warms up in spring. Some
nutrients will leach below
the grass roots because
the grass can't use them
yet.
Second, fertilizing too
soon can induce nutrient
deficiencies and off-color
areas in your lawn. This
is why many lawns have
bright yellow areas in early
spring. Nitrogen is read-
ily taken in, even under
cool soil conditions. The
nitrogen then stimulates
new green leaves. The
new green leaves that are
forced by the early ap-


plication of nitrogen then
.become dependent on iron
being readily available. But
under the cool soil condi-
tions, it's not. So you cre-
ate a nutrient deficiency by
fertilizing too early.
It takes consistently
warm night temperatures
to allow the root area to
become warm enough for
best root growth and opti-
mal uptake of the fertilizer.
Third, the young,
tender grass roots that are
beginning to grow in early
spring are easily burned
by the fertilizer.
Be very cautious about.
using weed-and-feed lawn
products that recommend


a late winter application.
These products are usu-
ally very high in nitrogen,
which will cause your lawn
to begin growing too early.
. Waiting allows for more
efficient use of the fertiliz-
er. You will not injure your
lawn by waiting to fertilize
but you may injure your
lawn by fertilizing too early.
So, have patience, allow
your lawn to completely
green up on its own and
then fertilize, even if it's
not until April or May.
Larry Williams is the
Horticulture Agent for the
Okaloosa County UF/IFAS
Extension.


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plans wedding


open house


Special to the News Bulletin

Felicity Flair, in partner-
ship with local vendors, is
hosting a Wedding Open
House from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
on Saturday at the store on
State 85.
The open house is one-
stop shopping for planning
a dream wedding, from
cake tasting, door prizes
and informational pack-
ages to conversations with
a wedding planner and mini
dance lessons. Brides-to-
be are invited to enjoy an
sampling from vendors in-
cluding Felicity Flair (wed-
ding coordination and plan-
/ ning, flowers), Kansas Pitts
Photography, White House
Catering, Sue's Sweets


(grooms cakes), Decadent
Desserts, Simple Sweet
(wedding cakes), Dippin De-
lights (chocolate fountain),
Sheer Elegance (linens)
and more.
Felicity Flair works with
customers to create unique,
memorable arrangements,
specializing in flowers for
weddings, showers, anni-
versaries, proms, birthdays
and holidays. The shop of-
fers full-service wedding
planning services and also
has decorative pieces,. such
as a Swarovski crystal can-
dle tree on-hand and avail-
able for rental for special
occasions.
For more information
call 682-7000 or visit www.
felicityflairevents.com


Econo Lodge's


hospitality goes


platinum
Special to the News Bulletin guest service has earned(


The Econo Lodge hotel
of Crestview was recently
announced as a recipi-
ent of a prestigious 2008-
2009 Platinum Hospitality
Award from world lodging
leader Choice Hotels Inter-
national, Inc., franchisor of
the Econo Lodge brand.
"We are very proud that
the Econo Lodge hotel has
received this distinguished
honor," said Steve Joyce,
president .and chief ex-
ecutive officer for Choice
Hotels. "This hotel's com-
mitment to outstanding


i


it thiswell-deserved recog-
nition as one of the best of
the best within the Econo
Lodge brani'."
The Crestview Econo
Lodge hotel is among the
top three percent of proper-
ties within the Econo Lodge
brand to receive "Platinum
Award" status. The Econo
Lodge hotel has demon-
strated a focus on guest sat-
isfaction and dedication to
providing superior service.
Additional award criteria
are evaluated by Choice
Hotels through an official
annual ranking report.


Curves of Crestview

supports food drive


Special.to the News Bulletin


Curves of Crestview will
participate in the llth An-
nual Curves Food Drive to
benefit local food banks this
month. Collectively, over the
past five years, nearly 50.
|-|_ million pounds of food were
c distributed to local com-
munities 'all over the world
through the Curves Food
Drive.
Curves of Crestview is
also giving back to the com-
munity by waiving its nor-
mal service fee for any new
member who brings in a bag
of non-perishable groceries
and joins between March 9
., and March 28. This promo-
tion will help the women
\W of Crestview manage their
..." weight and their wallets by


joining Curves for free, while
also helping feed hungry
people in the community.
"The Curves Food Drive
is always exciting," said
Lisa Brennan, the owner of
the Crestview club, located
at 775 N. Ferdon Blvd. Ste.
C. "We have a chance to
help so many people at a
time when the food banks
are lowest. Especially dur-
ing these uncertain times,
this food is needed more
than ever. It's a win-win
situation for everyone, and
we're very proud to partici-
pate."
Others wishing to donate
may drop off non-perishable.
food items at Curves during
business hours Monday
through Friday through the
month of March..


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CIVIL ACTION
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SALE
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.- HOUSE Legal # 100513 Legal # 100514 Legal #100515 Legal # 100518 Legal # 100520
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
OF CLERK'S FRONT TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR'TAX DEED TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR TA(X DEED TION FOR TAX DEED
DOOR OF .SHALIMAR
IENTS 1 ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 18 day of 'March Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given
ertlsing 2009, the following de- that Hardik Patel, as that Louise W. Crosley, that. Fidelity Tax, LLC, that PPTS ,LA Corp, as that PPTS HI Corp, as
Notices scribed property.as set holder of the following as holder of the follow- as holder of the follow- holder of the following holder .of the following
ilces/ forth in said Final Judg-, certificate, has filed ing certificate, has filed ing certificate, has filed certificate, has filed certificate, has filed
& ment: said certificate for a Tax said certificate for a Tax said certificate for a Tax said certificate for a Tax said certificate for a Tax
I Deed to be issued Deed to be issued Deed to be issued Deed to be issued Deed to be issued
A PORTION OF THE thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate
EAST 600 FEET OF number and year. of is- number and year of is- number and year of is- number and year of.is- number and year of is-
WEST 1066.1 FEET OF suance, the name in suance, the name in suance, 'the name in suance, the name in suance, the name in
THE EAST 2415.5 which the property is which the property is which the property is which the property is which the property is
FEET OF THE SOUTH assessed and the de- assessed and the de- assessed and the de- assessed and the de- assessed and the de-.
1/2 OF SECTION .16, scription of the prop- scription of the prop- scription of the prop- scription of the prop- scription of the prop-
LYING SOUTH' OF THE erty is as follows: erty is as follows: erty is as follows: erty is as follows: erty is as follows:
RIGHT OF WAY OF Certificate # 2622 of Certificate # 2005-3782 Certificate .# 174 of Certificate # 2430 of Certificate # 495 of
U.S. HIGHWAY 98, 2005 Assessed to: Assessed to: MICHAEL 2006 Assessed to: 2006 Assessed to: 2006 Assessed to:
' TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, BURTON E. TOFT S ALBRIGHT, ET AL BOBBIE T. COSPER HUB CITY DEVELOP- Tisa, Leo J. Sr; Tisa,
RANGE 25 WEST, AC- Description: COM NE Description:- COM SW Description: INDIAN MENT GROUP INC Mark B; Tisa, Jeanne
"COURT CORDING TO THE'. COR SEC 26, T3N, COR OF SEC 10, T2N, BAYOU UNIT III BLOCK Description: CRES- Description: BAYVIEW
T JUDI- PUBLIC RECORDS OF R25WVetc R25W, OKALOOSA HLOT9 CENT PARK PH. ONE S/D BLOCK 5 LOT 7
CUIT' OKALOOSA COUNTY, Parcel ID#: CTY etc Parcel ID#: BLOCK 300 LOT 1 Parcel ID#:
FOR FLORIDA, DESCRIBED 26-3N-25-0000-0001- Parcel ID#: 00-2S-22-1283-000H- Parcel ID#: 01-2S-24-0180-0005-
OUNRT, AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN- 0010 Opening Bid: $ 10-2N-25-0000-0006- 0090 Opening Bid: 29-3N-23-0440-0300- 0070 Opening Bid:
)UNA NING AT THE SOUTH- 2,003.39 1400 Opening Bid: $22,448.03 0010 Opening Bid: $12,437.93
N CASE EAST CORNER OF TDA Case Number: $2,059.21 TDA Case Number: $119,177.37 TDA Case .Number:
4767 DI-A THE AFORESAID PAR- 2009 TD 000004 C TDA' Case Number: 2009 TD 000005 S TDA Case Number: 2009 TD 000007 S
CEL; THENCE RUN All of said property be- 2009 TD 000002 C. All of said property be- 2009 TD 000009 C All of said property be-
NORTH ALONG THE ing in. the County of All of said property be- ing in the County of All of said property be- ing in the County of
2O BANK, WEST RIGHT OF WAY Okaloosa, State of Flor- ing in the County of Okaloosa, State of,Flor- ing in the. County of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
LINE' OF COUNTY ida. Okaloosa, State of Flor- ida. Okaloosa, State of Flor- Ida.
ROAD 472.5 FEET; ida. ida:
THENCE RUN WEST A Unless the' certificate is .Unless the certificate is Unless the certificate is
DISTANCE OF 246 redeemed according to Unless the certificate is redeemed .according to Unless the certificate is redeemed according to
FEET FOR A POINT OF law, the property de- redeemed according to law, the property de- redeemed according to law, the property, de-
MARTINM BEGINNING; THENCE scribedd in the certifi- law, the property de- scribed in the certifi- law, the: property de- scribed in the certifi-
RUN WEST A DIS- cate will be sold to the scribed in the certifi- cate will be sold, to the scribed in the certifi- cate will be sold to the
TANCE OF 108 FEET; highest bidder in the cate. will be sold to the highest bidder in the cate will be sold to the highest bidder in the
THENCE RUN BCC Board Meeting highest bidder in the BCC Board Meeting highest bidder in the BCC Board Meeting
NORTH A DISTANCE Room at the Okaloosa BCC Board Meeting Room at the Okaloosa BCC Board Meeting Room at the Okaloosa
OF 67.5 FEET; County Courthouse, Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse,
NOTICE THENCE RUN EAST A Crestview, Florida at County Courthouse, Crestview, Florida at County Courthouse, Crestview, Florida at
.OSURE DISTANCE OF 108 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- Crestview, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- Crestview, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on Wednes-
OSURE FEET, MORE OR LESS day, April 15, 2009. 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- day, April 15, 2009. 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- day, April 15, 2009.
AND TO A POINT Registration begins at day, April 15, 2009. Registration begins at day, April 15, 2009. Registration begins at
HEREBY WHICH IS 246 FEET 9:30 am. Registration begins at 9:30 am. Registration begins at 9:30 am.
ant 'toan WEST OF THE WEST 9:30 am. 9:30 am.
,al Judg- RIGHT OF WAY OF Dated this 19th day of Dated this 19TH day of Dated this 19th day of
age Fore- SAID COUNTY ROAD; February, 2009. Dated this 19th, day of February, 2009. Dated this 19th day of February, 2009.
ageForu THENCE RUN SOUTH February, 2009. February, 2009.
anFebru- ALONG A LINE PARAL- DON W. HOWARD F y ,
and en- LEL' WITH THE WEST CLERK OF THE CIR- DON W. HOWARD DON W. HOWARD
ofse thNO. RIGHT OF WAY OF CUIT COURTS CLERK OF THE CIR- CLERK OF THE CIR- DON W. HOWARD
of the SAID COUNTY ROAD CUIT COURTS CUIT COURTS DONW.-HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIR-
al Circuit 67.5 FEET, MORE. OR By:Lisa L. Guia, CLERK OF COURTS CUIT COURTS
KALOOSA LESS AND BACK TO Deputy Clerk
Florida THE POINT OF BEGIN- By: By: By:Lisa L. Guia,
WELLS NING. ALSO KNOWN 02/25/09 Lisa L. Guia, Lisa L. Guia, Deputy Clerk By: Lisa L. Guia,
K, NA is AS LOT 36 OF AN UN- 03/04/09 Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk
and MIl RECORDED PLAT. 03/11/09. 02/25/09
03/18/09 02/25/09 02/2509 03/04/09 02/25/09
MARTIN; AK/A 30 SNOOKE 03/04/09 03/04/09 03/11/09 03/04/09
ndants, I ROAD, MARY ES- 03/11/09 03/11/09 03/18/09 03/11/09
e highest THER, FL 32569 03/18/09 03/18/09 03/18/09
dder for Any person claiming Legal # 100516
IT DOOR an Interest in the sur- Legal # 100513 Legal # 100514 Legal #100519
KALOOSA plus frmn the sale, if NOTICE OF APPLICA-
COURT- any, other than the NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- -TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICA- Legal # 100535
property owner as of TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR TAX DEED'
the date of the LIs IN THE CIRCUIT
Pendens must file, a Notice is hereby given COURT OF THE
claim within sixty .(60) Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given that Equifunding LI, Notice is hereby given FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
thing days after the sale. that Louise W Crosley, that The Cullen Family LLC, as agent for that Wachovia as CUIT IN AND FOR
SM as holder of the follow- Revocable Trust, the Equifunding, Inc, as Cust/TTEE for Patton, OKALOOSA, FLOR-
For WITNESS MY HAND ing certificate, has filed holder of the following holder of the following LLC, as holder of the IDA CIVIL ACTION
row and the -seal of this said certificate for a Tax certificate, has filed certificate, has -filed following certificate, CASE
Court on February 18, Deed to be issued said certificate for a Tax said certificate for a Tax has filed said certificate NO.:46-2008-CA-0034
CLE 2009. thereon. The certificate Deed to be issued Deed to be issued fpr a Tax Deed to be is- DIVISION
number and year.of is- thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate sued:thereon. The cer-
Don W. Howard suance, the name in number and year of is- number and year of is- tificate number and US. BANK NATIONAL
AY Clerk of the Circuit which the property is suance, the name in suance, the name in year of issuance, the ASSOCIATION AS
Court assessed and the de- which the property is which the property is name in which the TRUSTEE,
By:Viki Jackson scription of the prop- assessed and the de- assessed and the de- property is assessed Plaintiff,
Deputy Clerk erty'is as follows: scription of the prop- scription of the prop- and the description of
Certificate # 2001-3740 erty is as follows: erty is as follows: the property is as fol- vs.
Publish in Crestview Assessed' to: Darlene Certificate # 3992 of Certificate # 196 of lows:
News Bulletin Broxson Cobb, Teresa 2001L Assessed to: 2006 Assessed to: Cetificate #200582 DAVID KILINSKI, metal,
Invoice To: Florida De- Lyr)n Broxson, et al CHEMICAL MORT- DOBBINS, EDDIE D & Assessed to: HUNTER, Defendant(s)
fault Law Group, RL. Description: BEG NE GAGE CO KATHY S CLYDE C & BEVERLY
P.O. Box 25018 COR OF SE1/4 OF Description: BEG NE Description: KELLEY'S E NOTICE OF ACTION
,Tampa, Florida SE1/4 OF NE1/4; SEC COR NW1/4 OF SW1/4 THIRD ADDITION TO Description: ELLIOTTS
33622-5018 .10, T2N, R25W etc. ALONG N BDY LINE. DESTIN BLOCK 5 LOT POINT 4th ADD BLOCK TO: DAVID KILINSKI
F07035950 Parcel ID#: ETC. 6 3 LOT 2 LAST KNOWN AD-
NMNC-CONV-R-khart- 10-2N-25-0000-0002- Parcel ID#: Parcel ID#: Parcel ID#: DRESS: 108 EAST
maier 0000 Opening Bid: 34-3N-25-0000-0016- 00-2S-22-1361-0005- 18-2S-23-080F-0003- EASTVIEW DRIVE
$2,257.93 0000 Opening Bid: 0060 Opening Bid: 0020 Opening Bid: CRESTVIEW, FL 32536
LLES **See Americans with TDA Case Number: $4,594.76 $5,403.28 $4,349.33
NG Disabilities Act 2009 TD 000003 C. TDA Case Number: TDA Case Number: TDA Case Number: CURRENT ADDRESS:
rior, also All of said property be- 2009 TD 000001 C 2009 TD 000010S 2009 TD 000006 S UNKNOWN
ihing. Li- IMPORTANT ing in the County of All of said property be- All of said property be- All of said property be- ..........
hired. Free Okaloosa, State of Flor- ing in the County of ing in the County of ing in the County of ANN KILINSKI
682-5347. In accordance, wit ida. Okaloosa, State of Flor- Okaloosa, State of Flor- Okaloosa, State of Flor- LAST KNOWN AD-
discounts. the Americans with Dis- ida. ida. ida. DRESS 108 EASTVIEW
abilities Act, persons Unless the certificate is DRIVE CRESTVIEW, FL
with disabilities need- redeemed according to Unless the certificate is Unless the certificate is 32536
ing .special accommo- law, the property de- Unless the certificate is redeemed according to redeemed according to
dation to participate in scribed in the certifi- redeemed according to law, the property de- law, the property de- CURRENT ADDRESS:
B this proceeding should cate will be sold to the law, the property de- scribed in the certifi- scribed in the certifi- UNKNOWN
contact Court Adminis- highest bidder in the scribed in the certifi- cate will be sold to the cate will be sold to the
tration at 101 James BCC Board Meeting cate will be sold to the highest bidder in the highest bidder in the ANY AND ALL
Lee Boulevard East, Room at the Okaloosa highest bidder in the BCC Board Meeting BCC Board Meeting UNKOWN PARTIES
Crestview, FL, Courty Courthouse, BCC Board Meeting JRoom at the Okaloosa Room at the Okaloosa CLAIMING BY,
e Service 32536-3515; telephone Crestview, Florida at Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, County Courthouse, THROUGH, UNDER,
large or number (850) 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- County Courthouse, Crestview, Florida at Crestview, Florida at AND AAISNT THE
Estimates. 689-5000, Extension day, April 15, 2009. Crestview, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
all Paul 7497, prior to the pro- Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- day, April 15, 2009. day, April 15, 2009. VIDUAL DEFEND-
ceeding. or Shalimar 9:30 am. day, April 15, 2009. Registration begins at Registration begins at ANT(S) WHO ARE
(850) 651-7497 Registration begins at 9:30 am. 9:30 am. NOT KNOWN TO BE
Dated this 19th day of 9:30 am. DEAD OR ALIVE,
IMPORTANT February, 2009. Dated this 19TH day of Dated this 19th day of WHEATHER SAID UN-
Dated this 19th day of February, 2009. February, 2009. KNOWN PARTIES
In accordance with DON W. HOWARD February, 2009. MAY CLAIM AN IN-
the Americans with Dis- CLERK OF THE CIR- TERINST AS
abilities Act, persons CUlT COURTS DON W. HOWARD SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
with disabilities need- CLERK OF THE CIR- DON W. HOWARD DON W. HOWARD VISEES, GRANTEES,
ing special accommo- CUlT COURTS CLERK OF THE CIR- CLERK OF THE CIR- OR- OTHER CLAIM-
dation to participate in By: CUIT COURTS CUlT COURTS ANTS


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prior to the proceeding.
02/25/09
03/04/09


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


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


By:
Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
02/25/09
03/04/09
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B6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Classifieds


Wednesday, March 4, 2009


that an action to fore- which the property is
close a mortgage on assessed and the de-
the following property scription of .the prop-
in OKALOOSA County, erty is as follows:
Florida: Certificate # 2586 of
2005 Assessed to:
LOT 34, THIRD ADDI- ROY L CAMPBELL &
TION TO NORTHVIEW ET AL
ESTATES, ACCORD- Descrip tion :
ING TO PLAT.WYNNEHAVEN BEACH
THEREOF ON FILE IN EST BLOCK 9 LOT 2
PLAT BOOK 13, Parcel ID#:
PAGES 44 AND 45, IN 18-2S-25-272A-0009-
THE .OFFICE OF HTE 0020 Opening Bid:
CLERK OF CIRCUIT $67,994.61
COURT, OKALOOSA All of said property be-
CPUNTY, FLORIDA. ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
has been filed against ida.
you and yu are re-
quired to serve a copy Unless the certificate is
of your written de- redeemed according to
fenses, if any, on or be- law, the property de-
fore April, 9, 2009 on scribed in the certifi-
Florida Default Law cate will be sold to the
Group, P.L. Plaintiff's highest bidder in the
attorney, whose ad- BCC Board Meeting
dress is 9119 Corpo- Room at the Okaloosa
rate Lake Drive, Suite County Courthouse,
300, Tampa, Florida Crestview, Florida at
3634, and file the origi- 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
nal with this Court. el- April 24th, 2009. Regis-
ther before service on tration begins at 9:30
Plaintiff's attorney or am.
immediately, thereafter;
otherwise a default will Dated this 27th day of
be entered against you February, 2009.
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition. DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
WITNESS my hand and CUIT COURTS
seal of this Court on
this 24 day of February,
2009. By:Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court 03/04/09
By: Beth McDonald 03/11/09
As Deputy Clerk 03/18/09
03/25/09
Florida Default Law
Group, RL. Legal # 100538
RO. Bqx 25018
Tampa, Florida NOTICE OF APPLICA-
33622-5018 TION FOR TAX DEED
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-.
F08101610
**See Americans with Notice is hereby given
Disabilities Act that Realty- House
IMPORTANT Commercial Prop Inc
M Defined Ben Plan, as
In accordance with the holder of the following
Americans with Disabil- certificate, has filed
cities Act, persons with said certificate for a Tax
disabilities needing Deed to be issued
special accommoda- thereon. The certificate
tion to participate in number and year of is-
this proceeding should suance, the name'in
contact Court Adminis- which the property is
tration at 101 James assessed and the de-
Lee Boulevard East, scription of the prop-
Crestview, FL, erty is as follows:
32536-3515; telephone Certificate # 801 of
number (850) 2001 Assessed to:
689-5000, Extension FLORIDA PROPERTY
7497, prior to the pro- WHOLESALERS
ceeding. or Shalimar Description: ORANGE
(850) 651-7497 DALE NORTH WEST
BLOCKAL26&27
IMPORTANT Parcel ID#:
03-3N-22-192B-OOOA-
In accordance with the 0260 Opening Bid: $
Americans with Disabil- 996.97
cities Act, persons with All of said property be-
disabilities needing ing in the County of
special, accommoda- Okaloosa, State of Flor-.
tion to participate in' ida.
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- Unless the certificate is
tration at 1250 N. Eglin redeemed according to
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, law, the property de-
32579; telephone num- scribed in the certifi-
ber (850) 651-7497, cate will be sold to the
prior to the proceeding. highest bidder in the
SBCC Board Meeting
03/04/09 Room at the Okaloosa
03/11/09 County Courthouse,


Legal # 100537
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that 7th Cavalry Corp &
Coconut Grove Bank,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name 'in


Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday,
April 24, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.
Dated,this 27th day of
February, 2009.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS

By:Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk


ond year of issuance,
April 24, 2009, Regis- 682-24-13_.. .".. .


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Legal # 100540 tration begins at 9:30 the name in which the GREES 23'31" E 236.58 ANY AND ALL UN-
am. Sealed bids and RFP's property is- assessed FEET; N 33 DEGREES KNOWN PARTIES
NOTICE OF APPLICA- will be accepted until and the description of 58'35" E 72.67 FEET CLAIMING BY,
TION FOR TAX DEED Dated this 27th day of 5:00 p.m. on March 27, the property is as fol- TO ITS INTERSECTION THROUGH, UNDER,
February, 2009. 2009 at Crestview lows: WITH THE CENTER AND AGAINST THE
Housing Authority, 371 Certificate # 927 of LINE OF BROXSON HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Notice is hereby given West Hickory Avenue, 2001 Assessed to: ROAD (A COUNTY VIDUAL DEFEND-
that Realty House Crestview, Fl 32536 DEWEY E. HODGES MAINTAINED CLAY ANT(S) WHO ARE
Commercial Prop Inc DON W. HOWARD Description: MAGNO- ROAD); THENCE S 33 NOT KNOWN TO BE
Def Ben Plan, as holder CLERK OF THE CIR- 03/04/09 LIA BLOSSOM BLOCK DEGREES 51'42" E DEAD OR ALIVE,
of the following certifi- CUIT COURTS 03/07/09 5 LOTS 1 & 2 ALONG SAID CENTER WHETHER SAID UN-
cate, has filed said cer- 03/11/09 Parcel ID#: LINE 320.67 FEET TO KNOWN PARTIES
tificate for a Tax Deed 03/14/09 24-3N-22-1540-0005- ITS INTERSECTION MAY CLAIM AN IN-
to be issued thereon. By:Lisa L. Gula, 0010 Opening Bid: WITH THE SOUTH TEREST AS SPOUSE,
The certificate number Deputy Clerk $1,010.19 BOUNDARY OF THE HEIRS, DEVISEES,
and year of issuance, LEGAL# 120177 All of said property be- SE 1/4 PF THE NE 1/4 GRANTEES, OR
the name in which the _______LEGALing in the County of OF THE AFOREMEN- OTHER CLAIMANTS
property is assessed IN THE CIRCUIT Okaloosa, State of Flor- TIONED SECTION 10; LAST KNOWN AD-
and the description of Legal # 100542 COURT IN AND FOR ida. THENCE N 89 DE- DRESS: UNKNOWN
the property is as fol- OKALOOSA COUNTY, GREES 24'36" W CURRENT ADDRESS:
lows: FLORIDA PROBATE Unless the certificate is 388.75 FEET TO THE UNKNOWN
Certificate # 797 of NOTICE OF APPLICA- FLDORD PROASE redeemed according to POINT OF BEGINN- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
2001 Assessed to TION FOR TAX DEED O:09CP63 law, the property de- ING. that an action to fore-
WALDO JOHNSON scribed in the certifi- And including the Mo- close a mortgage on
Description: ORANGE Notice is hereby given E The Estate of cate will be sold to the bile Home described the following property
DALE NORTH EAST that Neptune 1, LLC, as IN RB. e Estate highest bidder in the as follows: in OKALOOSA County,
BLOCK 0 LOTS 37 & holder of the following ROBSMITH, deceased BCC Board Meeting A 1999 General, Model Florida:
38 certificate, has filed SMITHRoom at the Okaloosa #14376, Mobile Home, LOT 25, BLOCK D,
Parcel ID#: said certificate for a Tax NOTICE TO CREDI- County Courthouse, which is 80 feet long KENWOOD SECOND
03-3N-22-192A-0000- Deed to be issued TOSCAMnD HE I Crestview, Florida at and 16 feet wide and ADDITION, ACCORD-
0370 Opening Bid: thereon. The certificate TORS ANDHEIRS 10:00 a.m. on Friday, possesses Serial No. ING TO THE PLAT
$1,029.23 number and year of is- The administration of April 24, 2009. Regis- GMHGA2059922880 THEREOF AS RE-
All of said property be- suance, the name in T sateS f ROBERT traction begins at 9:30 at Public Sale, to the CORDED IN PLAT
ing in the County of which the property is the estate of ROBE RT am. highest bidder, for BOOK 4, AT PAGE 58,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- assessed and the de- JAMES SMITH,de- cash, at the front south OF THE PUBLIC REC
ida. scription of the prop- ceased, whose dateof 7 Dated this 27th day of door, Okaloosa County ORDS OF OKALOOSA
erty is as follows: death was Octob February, 2009. Courthouse, 101 COUNTY, FLORIDA
Unless the certificate is Certificate # 1667 of 2008, is pending in the February, James Lee Blvd. East, has been filed against
redeemed according to 2005 Assessed to: r C or Crestview, Okaloosa you and you are re-
law, the property de- EVANS, MARK and Okaloosa County, Flor- Counrest, Florida, at quired to serve a copy
scribed in the certifi- TAMI 101 Jame Lee Blvd DON HOWARD 11:00a.m. (Central of your written de-
cate will be sold to the Description: COM SW 101 J mes Lee Bl d., CLERK OF THE CIR- Time) on the 27 day of fenses, if any, on or be-
highest bidder in the COR SEC 10, T2N, Crestview, F32536or- CUIT COURTS March, 2008. fore 4-13-2009, on Flor-
BC Board Meeting R24W, etc da,32536. ANY PERSON CLAIM- ida Default Law Group,
Room at the Okaloosa Parcel ID#: The names and ad- ING AN INTEREST IN L., Plaintiff attorney,
County Courthouse, 10-2N-24-0000-0002- ress te per the By:Lisa L. THE SURPLUS FROM whose address is 9119
Crestview, Florida at 0780 Opening Bid: representative and Guia, deputy Cler THE SALE, IF ANY, Corporate Lake Drive,
10:00 am. on Friday $1,326.05 p e r s o n a I Gua, Deputy Clerk OTHER THAN THE Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
April'24, 2009. Regis- All of said property be- representative's attor- ____________ PROPERTY OWNER ida 33634, and file the
ration begins at 9:30 ing in the County of neyareset forth below.- AS OF THE DATE OF original with this Court
tam. Okaloosa, State of Flor- All creditors of the de-, 19 THE LIS PENDENS either before service o
ida. cadent and other per- LEGAL#120179 THE LIS PENDENS either before service on
soda. ns havnd oth claims MUST FILE A CLAIM Plaintiff's attorney or
Dated this 27th day of Unless the certificate is anst the decedens IN THE CIRCUIT WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- immediately thereafter;
February, 2009. Unless the certificate is ast testdeclhneir COURT IN THE FIRST TER THE SALE. otherwise a default will
redeemed according to estate must file theirDCO URTLNSTH
lwm the poprdt e- claims with this court JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WITNESS my hand and be entered against you
Slaw, the prop ertyde- WITHIN 3 MONTHS AND FOR OKALOOSA the Seal of this Court for the relief demanded
SOcribed in the AcertEfR- ^TR THE D ATE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA this 25 day of Feb., in the Complaint or pe-
DON W. HOWARD cate will be sold to the THE FIRST PUBLICA- CASE ,2008. tition.
CLERK OF. THE CIR- highest bidder in the ION OF THIS NO- NO.:07-CA-5359-C DI- This notice shall be
CURoom at the OkaloosT COURTS BCC Board Meeting CE. VISION: Clerk of the Circuit published once each
Room at the Okaloosa Court week for two consepu-
County Courthouse, D .L WITHIN THE VANDERBILT MORT- By: Vicki Jackson tive weeks in the Crest-
By:Lisa L. Guia, Crestview, Florida at TIME PERIODS SET GAGE AND FINANCE, Deputy Clerk view News Bulletin..
Deputy Clerk 1000 a.m. n Friday, FORTH IN SECTION INC., WITNESS my hand and
SApril 24, 2909. Regis- 733rT702 OF TIE Plaintiff, Rolfe & Lobello, PA. the .-seal of this Court
tration begins at 9:30 FLORIDA PROBATE RO. Box 40546 Jack- on this 25 day of Feb.,
Legal # 100541 am. CODE WILL BE FOR- vs. sonville, FL 32203 2009.
Dated this 27th day of EVERBARRED.DING DONNA BASS, 03/04/2009 Don W.Howard
NOTICE OF APPLICA- February, 2009. THE TIME PERIODS UNITED STATES OF 03/11/2009 Clerk of the Court
TION FOR TAX DEED SET FORTH ABOVE AMERICA; ACCRED- By: Beth McDonald
ANY CLAIM FILED ITED SURETY AND As Deputy Clerk
Notice is.hereby given DOW. HOWARD TWO (2) YEARS OR CASUALTY COM-
Notice is hereby given DON W. HOWARD MORE AFTER THE PANY, INC.; CITIFINA- Florida Default Law
Commthat Rerialty HousepIn CLERK OF THE CIR DECEDENT'S DATE N C. .1 A L LEGAL#120180 Group, L.
Commercial Prop Inc CUT COURTS OF DEATH IS SERVICES,INC,; AND LEGAL#1201RO. Box 25018
Def Ben Plan, as holder BARRED. NORTH OKALOOSA IN THE CIRCUIT ampa, Florida
of the following certifi- The date of the first MEDICAL CENTER, IN T HE C33622-5018
cate, has filed said cer- By:Lisa L. COURT OF THE
tificate for a Tax Deed Guia, Deputy Clerk publication of this No- Defendants. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- IMPORTANT
to be issued thereon. twice is February25 NOTICE OF SALE CUT IN AND FOR In accordance with the
The certificate number 03/04/09 2009.- OKALOOSA Americans with Disabil-
and year of issuance, 03/11/09 Attorney for Personal NOTICE is hereby COUNTFLORIDA cities Act, persons with
the name in which thb 03/18/09 hereby CIVIL ACTION CASE disabilities needing
propthe namerty in which thassessed 03/2518/09 Representative: Stanley given that, pursuant.to O.:46-2008-CA-0067 disabilities needing
property is assessed 03/25/09 K. Luke, Esquire Flor- the Order of Summary NO.:46-2008-CA-0067 1 DIVISION: FILE special accommoda-
anrd the description of ida Bar No. 0559024 Judgment of Foreclo- NOF08104958 thisn to procding shouldate in
the property is as fol- RO. Box 776 Crest- sure in this cause, in this proceeding should
lows: Legal # 100543 view FL 32536 the Circuit Court of FINANCIAL FREE contact Court Admis-
Certificate # 803 of (850)682-1190 Okaloosa County, Flor- FINANCAL FREE- traction at 101 James
2001 Assessed to: ARCHITECT/ ENG- ida, I. will sell the prop- DOMSFC, Lee Boulevard East,
WILLIAM F. LEDBET- NEER REQUEST FOR Personal Representa- erty situated in Plaintiff, Crestview, FL,
TER PROPOSAL tive: Sandra Michaud Okaloosa County, Flor- v 32536-3515; telephone
Description: ORANGE 159 Smith Street Crest- ida described as: vs. number (850)
DALE NORTH WEST The Crestview Housing view, FL 32539 COMMENCING AT TRO 689-5000, Extension
BLOCK B LOT11 Authority is seeking THE S.W. CORNER OF TRACY 0. STROM, 7497, prior to the pro-
Parcel ID#: sealed .bids/ RFP from 02/25/2009 THE SE 1/4 OF THE ESQ., AS GUARDIAN ceeding. or Shalimar
03-3N-22-192B-000B- Architectural/ Engineer- 03/4/2009 NE 1/4 OF SECTION OF ERIC JUSTIN LEE (850) 651-7497
0110 Opening Bid: ing firms to develop 10 TOWNSHIP 2 ARNETTE, A MINOR, et "
$940.92 and design work at the-- NORTH, RANGE 25 nal, IMPORTANT
All of said property be- Crestview Housing Au- WEST, OKALOOSA Defendant(s). In accordance with the
ing in the County of thority. Scope of Work: Legal #100539 COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE OF ACTION Americans with Disabil-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- exterior Painting, up- NOTICE OF APPLICA- RUN S 89 DEGREES NOTICE OF ACTION cities Act, persons with
Ida. grade electrical panels, TION FOR TAX DEED 24'36" E (reference disabilities needing
extend parking pads TION FOR TAX DEED aring) ALONG TO: TRACY A0. special accommoda-
Unless the certificate is and landscaping in Ed SOUTH BOUNDARY STROM, ES.,AS tion to participate in
redeemed according to Hill Manor. THEREOF 161.66 FEET GUARDIAN OF ERIC this proceeding should
law, the property de- Notice i hereby given TO ITS INTERSECTION JUSTIN LEE contact Court Adminis-
scribed in the certifi-, If you have any ques- that Realty House WITH THE CENTER ARNETTE, A MINOR traction at 1250 N. Eglin
cate will be sold to the tions you may contact Commercial Prop Inc. LINE OF HOLT LANE LAST KNOWN AD- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
highest bidder in the Sam Brunson, Execu- Def Ben Plan, as holder (A COUNTY MAIN- DRESS: 4, CAMBRIDGE 32579; telephone num-
BCC Board Meeting tive Director, or David of the following certifi- TAINED CLAY ROAD) AVENUE NORTHEAST ber (850) 651-7497,
Room at the Okaloosa Adams, Maintenance cate, has filed said cer- AND THE POINT OF FORT WALTON prior to the proceeding.
County Courthouse, Supervisor at 371 West tificate for a Tax Deed BEGINNING; THENCE BEACH, FL02/07/2002574
Crestview, Florida at Hickory Avenue, Crest- te isceued there. ALONG SAID CENTER CURRENT ADDRESS 02//2009
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3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
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3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
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3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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"Building Sale!".. miles/week. CDL-A re- (800)366-9783 ext 5853
"Unprecedented Low quired.
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posits. Limited Inven- (877)740-6262.
tory. 25X40 $6,844. ___________
30X50 $7,844. 35X60 Coldwell Banker.
$12,995. 40X60 Earn Extra Income United Realtors 117
$15995. 60X100 Mailing Brochures. Courthouse Terrace,
$37,400. Others! Pio- Weekly pay check! Crestview, FI' 32536
neer Steel (800) Free 24 hour informa- (850) 689-1515 or (850)
668-5422 Since 1980 tion. (888)250-8110.. 682-5922-EHO
_____----- ----- .307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
1ba, 700sf, $425 Inte-
20" black rims HVAC Tech Training! rior Unit triplex
With chrome lip. Like Get To Worki Avg. 0 305 Walnut Ave 2br
new, $1700 OBO. Tech earns $40K/yr. No Iba, 900sf $500 end
225-5898 or 225-5345 Exp. Nedeed. EPA & unit Triplexf, $500 end
I .. IOSHA Certified 3.5wks. 309 Walnut Ave.
Airlines. Are Hiring Local Job Placement 2br, 1ba 900sf, $500
Train for high paying and Financing availa- end unit tri
Aviation Maintenance ble. (877)994-9904 end u lx
Aviation Maintenance0 5332 ernon Taylor
Career. FAA approved Rd 2br, 1ba 896sf
f qualified Housing High School" and Col- Month's rent free
available. Call Avition lege? Travel and Have 6106. Magnolia LN
Institute of Mainte- Fun w/Young Suc- 3br, 1.5ba 10o6sf, $650
nance (888)349-5387. cessful Business pets with approval
Attend College Online Group. No Experience 0 2464 Kingston Rd.
from Home. *Medical Necessary. 2wks Paid 3br, 1.5ba, 1080sf,
*Business, *Paralegal Training.. Lodging, $695 Lead base paint
*Computers, *Criminal Transportation Pro- disclosure
Justice. Job placement vided. (877) 646-5050. e 440 Apple 3br, 2ba
assistance. Computer 1094sf, $725 new paint
available. Financial Aid 0 152 Swaying Pines
if qualified. Call Post Office NOW iHir- t 3br, 2.ba 1309sf
866)88-2121 ingl NationallylyAvg $750 1 mo's rent free
I .C^enturaOIlna.com Pay $20/hr or $57K/yr to military
------------.... includes benefits, OT 5365 Monterrey Rd
Bras! Bras! Bras! optional fee-based test 3br 1.5ba, 1721sf,
Certified Bra Fitter- prep materials, not affil- $795 1/2 off first & last
Delaine Croonenborgh lated with the US Postal month's rent r
Now serving the Florida Service. (866)713-4492. 0 5720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
Panhandle. 2ba 1253sf, $795 1
Make an appointment month's rent free ,
for.Your Custom Bra. 210 Feldon Dr 3br,
Call 850-689-2958 ",* ". -pets with approval56 800
118 Campbell Dr,
.4," 3br, 2ba, 1207sf, $800 -
pets with approval
50 Abbey Rd., 3br,
'u 2bae 1165sf, $825 1
5100- Business 2861 Airport Rd 4br,
ii opportunities 1.5ba 1786sf -$850 -
5110- Money to Lend lead base paint disclo-
Ell sure
4100- Help Wanted 1217 Palmer Dr, 3br,
4110 Restaurants/Clubs 2ba, 1600sf, $895 -
4120 Sales 1st mom's rent free
4130 r Employment 10 *0 130 Louise Dr, 3br,
Information 2ba, 1436sf, $900 -
100% Recession Proofl pets with approve
Do you earn $800 in a 324 Lakeview Dr
day? 25 Local Me- 3br, 2ba 1088sf, $900 -
j i chines and Candy. All appliances included
Admin/Clerical. B 0$^9-8 C88% 9 248 Limestone Cir
.A We will not be under- 3br, a 1866sf, $995
S Crestview sold! no pets allowed.
Ieue so ______ 1305 Jefferyscot Ct.
Insurance 3br, 2ba 1613sf, $1000'
Agency .- pets with approval
looking for a 4-40 lic. 122 Nicole Ln 4br,
staff member to over 3ba, 1912sf, $1,000 1st
see homeowner book. Mo's rent free
Please send resume to 2789 Keats Dr 5br,
crestviewagent@ 3ba 1869sf, $1,100, 1/2
yahoo.com off 1st month's rent
f 2789 Keats Dr 5br,
Administrative/Clerical 3ba 1869sf, $1,100 1/2
RA Eoff 1st mo's rent
FT Medical *1 5262 Clint Meson Rd
Receptionist Commercial 3br '2.5ba,' 1878sf,
with outgoing personal- 6110-Apartments $1 100 Pets with ap-
itvy for buSy o'tice to 8120- aesh Rentals proval, I
answer Phnries, chnea- 6130 Condo/Townhouse 0 1235 Gabrielle Drive
ule, handle patientaIy- 6140- House Rentals 3br, 2ba 1758sf
ments, computer liter Roommate Wanted $11'25 Large Fenced
ate, and ability to multi 6170- Mobile Home/Lot in back yard
task. Experience pref- 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals 0 411 Swift Fox Run
ered, :Fax Resume to. 6190 Tmeshare Rentals 4br, 3ba 2282sf, $1,200
850-423-1313 6200 Vacation Rentals not pets allowed.
4595 DOrbin Ln 3br,
2ba, 2427sf $1650 no
EWlm TIAnAY' 9 pets allowed.
O T O, 1 For further, information
oo6100 and to', apply online,
DRIVER. TRAINEES Cres tiew please ,visit our website
NEEDED NOW! O fiec Space at: www.cburpm.com
sDrivers beinn hired and Office Space


trained .' locally for Eight offices now avail-
Werner Enterprises. No able in McLainp Office
exp. Needed Plaza.. Rental rate in-
1-866-280-5309 cludes utilities, com-
mon area and mainte-
Healthcare nance. 682-0791
Medical Assistant
Exp. not neces-
'sary, but computer
knowledge is VERY bs-
sential. Crestview only 6 10
apply. Write 'Box 11,
2260 S Ferdon, Crest- 1 mo Free Rentl
view, 32536 Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575mo /' $550dep, 12
NEW* T OA ma. o Ise req. 585-6985

Crestview- 2Br, 1IBa,
Medical/Health Downtown, WS&G in-
cluded.' $475 mo
Medical 682-8483 or 865-3421
Receptionist
Computer skills & med- crestview Bent Creek
cal background pre- Apts II Vouchers Ac-
ferred. Mail or deliver .VuhsA
resume: 369 N. Main cepted. Rental assistance
Web ID #27849380 may, be avail. 1 & 2 BR
Web ID #2784938 HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
EW T A 682-5563, TDD/TTy
S W u 711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
Medical/Health
Crestview Inn
Youth Care Motel $35 d $165 WK,
Workers/ .APT $190 Wk. $575 4
Mental Health wk.Call 682-4466
Workers
Entry level position Crestview- Nice 2 BR
w/ training. Monitors Apts. $500. mo + $500.
troubled youth in a dd. Some utilities
juvenile residential fa- furnished Section 8
utility at Gulf Coast O.K. No Pets lyr.
Youth Services. Ap- Lease req. Call
ly in person at 1015 978-8274
Mar Walt Dr, Ft. Wal-
ton Bch. or Okaloosa Crestview, Bent Creek
4455 Straight Line Apartments I, Vouchers
Rd, Crestightor Mil- Accepted. Rental assis-
ton Girl's Juvenile tance may be available.
Residential Facilit 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
es770E.ntMilton RFacl, accessible apartments.
5770 E. Milton Rd.209 Bent Creek Road,
Milton. Bring valid 209 Bent a
driver's license & so- Crestview, FL. Call
cial'security card 850-682-5563,
Web ID #27834car9161 TDD/TTY 711. Equal
78349 Housing Opportunity


NEW IrDAY

Crestview 2BR/1BA
777 Texas Pkwy. $500.
mno + $300. dd. Call
689-4442 or 240-0474

Crestview
Highly
Desireable
Grandview
Heights
3br 2ba fenced yard,
most appi, hardwood
floors, new carpet, beau-
tiful landscaping & utility
shed. Pets OK w/appr.
$850/mo + $850 DD.
301-659-7777.



NEW rDDA


Crestview 3bd
Pets ok $985 r
call 758-5365









Crestview- 4 br
home. ONLY $8
Call Jenny at
Real Estate 315-C

Crestview- 4 BR
2 cg, FIR 1.35sf
old. $995 mo-
ok Q50-865-2823

Crestview 4 BR
2200sf Lee 'Far
Very nicel Avail.
$1250. 850-698-


then


Crestview- South of
110. 2 Homes to
choose from. 3 bd/ 2
ba/ 1 cg privacy fence.
$725 mo. 850
682-8483 or 865-3421
Defuniak Springs
2BR/2BA newly
remodeled located in
town near school.
Fenced yard &
Screened porch. CH &
A $675. mo + DD Call
892-2952
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

Baker
0 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $795


Crestview


228 Runnymede
2ba. 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
no.+dd 230 Runnymede
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
236 Runnymede
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
1413 S. Pearl St,
mVy 44br, 1 ba, $6001
J 218 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
4644 Bobolink Way
nUN 2 br, 2 ba, $650
381 Crooked Pine Trl
3 br, 2.5 be, $750
0 6119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5 ba, $775
r, 2 ba *104CorwinSt
50 mol 2 br, 2.5 ba, $795 E
Pelican 0 133 Swaying Pine Ct.
0972 3 br, 2.5 ba, $795
5292 Opportunity Dr
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 2 be 5255 Sue Cir
f. 3 yrs 3 br, 2 ba, $850 '
+dd.pet 0 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
332 Peggy Dr
4 br, 2 bea, $1200
2 BA, 6042 Sand Hill Rd
rm S/D 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
April 1
5044 Commercial
593 James Lee Blvd,
3/2 $1200
LAUREL HILL
Walk to school work
at home officelA 2660
SF on 1 acre.
A Updated 4BR, 2.5BA
or 3BR plus Office with
separate entry.
A $895/mo. Refs re-
uired. 404.388.6862
Scraigslist.brg
| #1052263426 A
Milligan 2br, 2ba,
2000sf, $900/mo +
$925 dep. no smoke/
Spets. Approx. 1 mi.
-North of Caution Light
on Hwy 4. 240-0890




STeel & Waters
S Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
4 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 acre
2939 McCarty Ave,
$950, 3 br, 2 ba, l1cg
S*332 Adams Drive
$1175, 3 br,'2 ba, 2cg,
No pets
+ 290 Main Street
1500 Commercial


ty r All Properties require' a'
U VuI credit check, 1 yr
.ease, no inside smok-
ing. Pet fees are non-
ge p refundable.
n Call Debra
ingeips Frost 682-6156


'"61 0
Stay in touch wintthe Crestview female
CrestviewNewsBulletin roommate to share 3bd
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NEW ruhOAV
, Crestview room in 3br,
2ba house, $300/mb +
part utilities. Leave
message at 398-5102
Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo includes all
utils & cable. Call
- 689-8978


Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



6Br 5Ba Foreclosurel
$29,9001 Only
$238/Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4
Br $326/Mol for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5760
Behind on Payments?
Facing Foreclosure?
We buy houses. Call
850 537-9587


Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, '2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic, irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $299,000. Call
850 226-6754
HoLt 2bd 2 1/2 be,
Brick, 1 acre 475 US
Hwy 90 West, $150,000
call 862-9013 c


LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for
investment. Call
651-0987



Navarre
Waterfront
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in, kitchen.
Lg. whirlpool tub and
separate shower in
master bath. Beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. Priced to sell
at the reduced price of
$246,350. Call 850.
685-8048 leave msg.


7160CAI


7160

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ment Financing
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On all 3 or 4 Bed-
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NEW rtDIAV
owner Finance
3Br, 2Ba, finished
drywall, built on
porches. Loaded for
only $600mo. Call
683-0856 for details.


7180
****Distress Sales****
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Foreclosures
Properties in Distress
WWW.
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NC Mountain Land 5+
acres w/10ft waterfall,
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views, lots of options,
only $99,500, owner
(866)789-8535.


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110-Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210-Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


1 8120





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


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




, 8330 J


45 FT 2, bedroom
2005 Luxery By De-
sign 5TH wheel,
trailer, 4 slides, 2 AC,
dish washer,, washer,.
dryer & fire place.
Asking $28,900. Call
504-430-8821, lo-
cated in Destin.







37' LBD
5th Wheel 2008
3 slide outs, fiberglass
exterior, W/D, up-
grades. Can deliver.
Private owner. 850
291-3821. $35,000obo


Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


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* 3br, 1.5ba on 1 acre. site only $89,900 (was
$500 mo + $500 dd. 169,900). Private,
* 3br, 2ba Doublewide, gated community with
FP $550 mo + $550 dd 2 recreational lakes.
682-5848 or 682-0290 Municipal water &
sewer. Low taxes. Just
Crestview- Remodeled 90 minutes south of Or-
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REAL ESTATE FORSALE Excellent financing Call
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7100 Homes 2176
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property llfRXI lB
7120 Commercial
7130-Condo/Townhouse Looking to buy Land
140 Farms & Ranches and Moblie Home, in
7150- Lots and Acreage and l Home
7160- Mobile Homes Crestview. Will con-
7170- Waterfront sider renting; Phone
7180 Investment Betty 863-421-2259


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$2500 Below
NADA & Ext
Warranty




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


Chevy 1963 $3500.
OBO. call 682-5187


Police Impounds for
Sale! 97 Honda Civic
$500! 92 Acura Integra
$6001!! for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271


Police Impounds! 97
Honda Civic $500! 97
Honda Accord $700!
97 Toyota Camry $700!
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Wednesday, March 4, 2009


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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN

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Katharine's Studio One
Dance Center has been -in
business for 35 years. The studio
places emphasis on proper
technique, respectand discipline
for the arts. The studio offers tap,
ballet, lyrical, pointe, jazz and hip
hop.
Katharine's auditions for the
Performance Ensemble, which
is available for the dancers that
wish to dedicate more time and
performance to their dance
education.
The Performance Ensemble,
along with performances, will
be attending competitions in the-
regional area.
Our studio brings to our


dancers manywell known master
teachers for jazz, tap, lyrical
and hip hop. Studio instructors
Katharine' Flemming, Tracy
McDonough, Pamela Intveld
and Tiffany Leeth. Classes are
available for dancers ranging
from age 3 to adult.
If you would like any further
information on our summer.
dance program, which includes
summer technique, princess
camp and broadway camp
(learning dances from broadway
shows), please feel free to call or
stop by either of our convenient
locations. Clapses begin Monday
June15.


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Crestview, Ht 32536

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