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Part of Southside Elementary
will house Troy University programs


Brian Hughes.
Crestview News Bulletin
Within months, if all goes according to
plan, north county residents can seek Troy
University undergraduate and graduate
college degrees without trooping down to
the Fort Waltop Beach campus.
Where now gleeful youngsters scam-
per, soon more sedate college students
and professionals seeking higher degrees
will amble.
When Southside Elementary School
closes at the end of this school year, much
of the school's existing physical plant will
be remodeled into school district offices.
In addition, Troy University has entered
into an agreement to lease approximately
2,100 square feet of space for classrooms
and administrative offices.
"We are so excited to be coming to
Crestview!" exclaimed Jessica Jarosz,
Troy's. area director. "We're really bring-
ing the full gamut of what we offer in Fort
Walton Beach, which is a range of under-
grad and graduate programs.",
Undergraduate programs will include
accounting, psychology, business adminis-
tration, computer science, social science,
political science, resources and technol-
ogy management.
At the graduate level, degrees will be
offered in counseling and psychology, pub-
lic administration, management and hu-
man resources management, Jarosz said.
A master's-level program in education-
al leadership will be of particular interest
to teachers and those interested in K-12.
education management, Jarosz said.


"That program is about to launch,"
she said. "We'll be showcasing that at the
Crestview location."
"That's really going to help our teach-
ers," observed north county School Board
member Cathy Thigpen. "They'll be able
to work on their master's more conve-
niently."
Jarosz said the university will offer
daytime, weekend and evening classes,
-but we pretty much do what the students
need."
According to plans approved at the
March 9 Okaloosa School District board
meeting, the Troy facility at Southside will
be made up of two classrooms and an ad-
ministrative space. Jarosz said the facility
will include student services.
"We're hoping to eventually expand,"
Jarosz said, explaining that much of the
coursework students will undertake is of-
fered online.
Troy's lease will be through December
2011 and is renewable for three further
one-year periods. The rent is $9,500 per
year. Under the lease terms, all improve-
ments to the spaces the university will oc-
cupy will be Troy's responsibility.
"We're just thrilled to be able to offer
higher education at the upper division and
higher levels to the Crestview communi-
ty," Jarosz said. I
"We already have a lot of students who
live in the Crestview' area so I'm sure
they'll be excited to have up right in their
own backyard."
Jarosz said Troy hopes to halve its
Crestview campus operational by this
summer.


Citizens committee

springs from

rancorous NOFD

meeting

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When the dust settled at a some-
times contentious North Okaloosa
Fire District meeting Thursday
night, a citizens advisory committee
to assist and advise the board had
been formed.
At the height of a spirted discus-
sion, Foy Shaw, a local businessman
active in the regional Chamber of


Commerce,
recommended
the board get
some of the
concerned citi-
zens to form.an
advisory com-
mitteee to as-
sist the board
in researching
funding op-
tions.
"If you put
together a
citizens com-
mittee to work
with this board,
I will volun-
teer," declared
Dan Bowers
Sr. immedi-


"Ifyou put
together
a citizens
committee
to work
with this
board, I will
volunteer."

Dan Bowers Sr.


ately. Bowers Sr. leads the Citizens
Against More Taxes organization
that successfully opposed NOFD's
three funding increase requests
Within minutes, rancor dissipat-
ed as board members and citizens
started discussing the committee's
purpose and makeup.
Commissioner Frank Sauls of-
fered to be a liaison between the
board and the committee. "I'm will-
ing to work with you guys," he said,
NOFD attorney Toni Craig ad-
vised if the committee is going to
make recommendations, it will be
subject to state sunshine laws, but if
it is just going to gather facts, such
as grant availability .and application
processes, it may not be covered.
Slezia said she sees the commit-
tee as a recommendation organiza-
tion.
"This is a good place for the attor-
ney. Tell them how to organize this
committee so it doesn't have to be
under the sunshine law," requested
Danny Bowers Sr.
Slezia moved to organize the ad-
visory committee of sevenmembers.
The motion passed unanimously.
Read the full story at www.crest-
t viewbulletin.com.


CHS to get a jump on 7th Special Forces' arrival


Special to'the News Bulletin

The Black Daggers,
the official U.S. Army Spe-
cial Operations Command
Parachute Demonstration
Team, will provide a demon-
stration at Crestview High
School on. Tuesday at 8:30
a.m. in recognition of the
7th Special Forces ground
breaking.
Sgt. Shawn Callahan,
Black Daggers' team leader,
will preside over Tuesday's
program at CHS. Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts, Okaloosa County
School Superintendent, and
Crestview mayor David
Cadle, along with members


"It's a great opportunity for, the
school and the community to
welcome the 7th Special Forces."
Ed Coleman, CHS principal


of the Crestview chamber of
commerce, will be in atten-
dance.
CHS Principal Ed Cole-
man said some seating for
the general public will be
available in the stadium.
"It's a great opportunity
for the school and the com-
munity to welcome the 7th
Special Forces," Coleman
said.


The formal ground-
breaking ceremony for the
joint strike figher school
was Friday morning.
Kevin W Billings, As-
sistant Secretary of the
Air Force for Installations,
Environment and Logis-
tics, Headquarters U.S. Air
Force, Washington, D.C.,
presided over the ground-
breaking.


WALTER SOKALSKI I USASOC News Service
PARACHUTE DEMO: Members of the Black Daggers,
U.S. Army Special Operations Command Parachute
Team, float down toward the infield of the Atlanta
Motor Speedway in 2007. The team will conduct a
demo at Crestview High School on Tuesday.


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You can find the state of contentment


We live in a world
that is so filled
with discontented
people. We are not
happy with our
marriages, our jobs,
or our lives.
The Apostle Paul DR.D
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way his life was. In CAD
Philippians he wrote From
he had leArned.to be
content in whatever state
he was in. He said he knew
how to rejoice when he had
no money, and he knew
how to keep rejoicing when
he did have money. His
secret was he found out it
wasn't all about him or his
plight in life.
He said "I can do all
things through Christ
which strengtheneth me."
My friend, if you have
learned to draw strength
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Maybe you are
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You may have pain,
emotional turmoil,
NtNIE or overpowering
HEAD temptation and may
e Pulpit be asking yourself,
"why?"
Perhaps you are long
past wondering why. Now
you are saying to the Lord,
"You know how much I love
you and that I have a strong
faith in you, but this trial
just keeps going. I don't
know how much longer I
can endure this. How much
more do you expect me to
take?"
In I Timothy, Paul wrote
that his life was an example
of how we are to deal with
our afflictions: "For this
cause I obtained mercy,
that in me first Jesus
Christ might show for all
longsuffering, for a pattern
to them which should


hereafter believe on Him to
life everlasting."
Christ had said of Paul
that he would show him
how great things he must
suffer for his name's sake.
Paul had felt his sufferings
were a direct result of his
revelation of who Jesus
Christ was. When Paul was
converted, he did not sit at
the disciples' feet. Rather
in his desire to know God
intimately, he shut himself
off from everybody for
three years.
Yes, Paul had his
throne in the flesh, but
God said, "MyG.race is
sufficient." God did not
explain anything to Paul.
God's strength is made
perfect in our weakness,
but we must learn to be
content with where God'
has placed us.
The word "content"
means I am happy enough
with what I have or who
I am. It means to not
desire something more
or something different. If
* I am content, then I am
satisfied. Even though we
may continue to suffer
through it all, we are
given an ever-increasing
measure of Christ's
strength. In fact, your


greatest revelations of His
glory will come during your
hardest times. Likewise,
in your lowest moments,
Jesus will release you the
fullest measure of His
strength.
We may never
understand our pain,
depression and discomfort,
but we do know that we
have God's grace to shine
out of our lives. That is all
we need.
I do not believe we
have to be content with
sickness, sin or poverty,
but I do believe we should
be content with where we
are in our relationship with
Christ and with our fellow
man. If you have not come
to the state of contentment
in your marriage, your
job or even your life,
then I believe that Christ
is the answer for your
contentment.

Dr Donnie Cadenhead
is the Pastor of Victorious
Life Worship Center
located one mile north of
Crestview High School
on State Road 85 North.
Sunday services are 10:30
a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday
night is "Family Night and
begins at 7 p.m.


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Saturday, March 21, 2009


OBITUARY

Catherine Ruth Humphrey Watson


Catherine Ruth Hum-
phrey Watson, born March
30, 1957, at Shaw AFB in
Sumter, S.C., went to be
with the Lord on Saturday,
March 14,2009. She moved
to Crestview in 1973.
Cathy was preceded
in death by her parents,
Norman Alfred Humphrey
Sr. and Johnnie Mae Hum-
phrey.
Survivors include her
best friend and husband,
Ray Watson; two sons,
Brandon and fiancee De-
sirae, and Derek Watson;
three brothers, Norman A.
(Al) Humphrey Jr., Ronald
(Suzanne) Humphrey and,
Jeff Humphrey; nephews,
Jordan and Dan; niece, Ma-
rie; mother-in-law, Marie;
sisters-in-law, Rita and Iris.


Funmeral services were
held at 10 a.m., Friday,
March 20 at Milligan As-
sembly of God with Rev.
Larry Collins officiating.
Burial followed in Cottoh
Cemetery.
The family received
friends Thursday from 5.
p.m. until 8 p.m. at the fu-
neral home.
Flowers are appreciated
or contributions may be
made to the American Can-
cer Society.
Brackney Funeral
Service, Crestview, was
in charge of the arrange-
ments.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest
book for Catherine Watson
online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


EVENTS
HEALING OF AIDS
BANQUET: As part of
the Black Church Week of
Prayer, a banquet for the
healing of AIDS will be held
tonight at 6:30 p.m. at 461
School Ave. in Crestview.
Guest minister is Gregory
L. James
Cost is $7 per person for
adults and $4 for youths un-
der 18 years old. For tickets
contact Sis. Tonsiaweda
Hayes at 850-621-4187, the
Rev. Sanford Hayes at 850-
621-4186; Sis. Angunetta


Patterson at 398-56i2; or
Sis. Sandra Mimns at 850-
830-1155.
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Oak Church road, from 7
a.m. to noon..
THE VOICE OF THE
MARTYRS: Magnolia
Baptist Church at 3198 U.S.
Highway 602 in Laurel Hill,
is hosting a presentation
by The Voice of the Mar-
tyrs mission representative
Darcie Gill on Sunday at 11
a.m. Pastor Danny Starling
invites everyone to attend.
Details: 652-2300.


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a graduate of Crestview High Sch6ol, Jennifer is currently pursuing an
accounting degree at Northwest Florida State College.


With over 8 years of banking experience, Jennifer works as head teller and.
customer service representative. When asked what she enjoyed most about her
job, Jennifer replied," I enjoy working at First National Bank of Crestview. I love
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The bride, 23, is the granddaughter of Ms.
Barbara Wells of Andalusia and the daughter of
Ms. Germaine Abney of Opp, Ala. She is a recent
graduate of Troy University and is currently a
math teacher at Zion Chapel High School in Jack,
Ala.
The groom, 24, is the son of Mr. Robert E and
Mrs. M. Ellen Vogel of Crestview. He works as
a junior systems analyst for Troy University's
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Baker School drama club sings Shakespeare


Brian Hughes
CrestviewNews Bulletin
The works of William
Shakespeare had been set
to music well before the
Baker School drama club
tackled "Best Beware My
Sting."
In fact, "The Taming of
the Shrew," on which the
musical the Drama Llamas
are currently rehearsing is
based, got the Cole Porter
treatment and then some
--with "Kiss Me Kate."
"Kate" introduced a
whole new subplot that
takes the focus off "Shrew,"
but "Best Beware My Sting"
keeps The Bard's immortal
work front and center.
Since 2004, the drama
club has been entertaining
not just the Bakeir School
community but people
throughout the area. In
addition to its spring stage
productions, the troupe,,
in true "Gypsy" spirit, hits
the road and takes live )
holiday entertainment to
area nursing facilities at,
Christmastime.
Under their adviser,
social studies teacher
Roger O'Neal, the self-
named Drama Llamas
were born when budget
constraints cost Bakeri
!School its sole drama
teacher..Students missed
the opportunity to study and'
participate in the dramatic
arts. They approached the
principal about forming a
drama club. O'Neal, who
has a theatre degree, was
pegged as its adviser.
S "t was really initiated
by the kids themselves,"
O'Neal said.


"Best Beware My Sting" Cast


Katherine: Kc


BRIAN HUGHES f Crestnhie News Buller
DUET: Christopher Brinley (Petruchio) and Dustin Peters
(Lucentio) rehearse an Act I number backed by an
enthusiastic choir composed of (left to right) Austin Stantor
Samantho Helms, Josh Mann, Ashley M rnn, Jacquelin


Medly and Katie Diaz ,

The after-school club
became an instant success.
"It's really working *
extremely well," O'Neal
said, "because I'm only
getting youngsters who are
really interested.".
O'Neal paused to offer
direction to his cast as they
rehearsed the group Act
I opening number. Like
Shakespeare's original,
"Best Beware My Sting"
opens in the Italian city of
Padua.
It's friendly spot
We'll all agree,
And the finest town
In all Italy.
We are happy here
And so proud that we
Live in Padua!
"These kids are
fantastic!" O'Neal said,
proudly as they dragged
desks around the room to
form performance spaces.
In the coming weeks


rehearsals will move from
O'Neal's comfortably
cluttered classroom to the
cafeteria stage where "Best
Beware" will be performed.
The student thespians
continued rehearsal of
several Act I scenes and
songs. Later in the week
they put the entire first act
all together. Act II will be
concentrated on within the
coming weeks, after which
the whole production will be
assembled.
"It's like a big jigsaw
puzzle," O'Neal remarked.
As often happens in
any troupe, the disparate
young actors soon fused
into a cohesive family While
some were on stage under
O'Neal's watchful gaze,
others ran through their
own scenes in the back of
the room. Some filled in for
absent cast members.
"There's a lot of


'Diaz ,
Petruchio:
Christopher Brir
Bianca: AshlI
Holevack
Baptistia: Sa
'Helms
Lucetio: Dus
Peters
Hortensio: D
Scott .
in Grumio: Jam
Crook .
T, Tranio: Tim S
n, Biondello: A(
'Stanton
Widow/ Bia

companionship and
fellowship that comes
this group," O'Neal sa
For many of the ki
Drama Llamas aren't
only co-curricular act
Devin Scott ran throu
his, number and then
literally. It was also
practice time for the (
track team, of which 1
member.
"These are kids wl
are multi-talented," C
said. "What makes it,
a unique experience i
desire to participate i
themselves and they
upon themselves to ji
their schedules."
O'Neal is already
lamenting the loss of
seniors, such as Sam
Helms, who will grad
after this season. She
looks forward to maj(
in dental hygiene anc
minoring in music.


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Rachelle Fenton
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Jacquelin Medly
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O'Neal
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Jacquelin Medly, wh
out of plays a maid in the mu:
aid. is a member of the sch
ds, the ROTC.
t their "I love my ROTC,"
ivity. Medly said. She is eag(
igh anticipating a career ii
ran Air Force.
S- Katie Diaz, who sta:
Gator as the "Shrew" Kather
he is a also performed in Bak
chorus and made it to
ho' state competition level
'Neal She is eager to attend
such beauty school, but wan
is they to continue her music
n this studies.
take it 'Diaz has been a
uggle member of the Drama
Llamas for three years
"She started out pla
his a monkey in 'Hurrican
antha Smith in the Garden ol
uate Golden Monkey,'" O'Ni
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boring Dustin Peters, the
d production's Lucentio,
has been an active


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"Best Beware
My Sting"
Book by Paul T.
Nolan, music by Arne
y'. Christiansen, lyrics
by Ole Kittleson.
unn Presented by the
Baker School Drama
Llamas, May 9, in
/, the Baker School
multi-purpose room.
Pre-show dinner
catered by Uncle
Bill's Restaurant.
3 n Admission by advance
ticket only. Tickets
available beginning
min April from Roger
O'Neal or any Drama
Llamas member.

,q member of Baker School's
sical, WGTV student television
ool's organization and wants
to study film and/TV
production.
early Following rehearsals,
n the the kids arranged desks
back into their classroom
rs configuration. As they
fine,: dragged furniture around,
her's they excitedly discussed
the the scenes they'd just
1. practiced and suggested
ways to improve their
its performances.
Watching with an
almost avuncular pride,
O'Neal said, "My love of
theatre was initiated by my
s. 10th grade drama teacher.
saying I hope I have the same
e effect on these kids."
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Make the most of the many opportunities for learning


Troy University
presents a March
Monday speaker series,
in partnership with the
Crestview Library. I find
them very interesting
and look forward Monday
when Ms. Tracy Newvine
will present "Identity
Theft: Reducing Your
Risk" Complimentary
lunch is provided, RSVP


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to 1 p.m. each Monday in
March.
"Credit Crunch-- The
Good, the Bad, and the
Ugly" will be presented by
Dr. Kern Craig on March
30.
The Crestview Library
also presents First Tuesday


lectures on interesting
subjects at 10:30 on the
first Tuesday of the month.
Cookies arid coffee are
available and delicious.
Laurel Hill mourns
the passing of lifetime
resident Estelle Pridgen.
Fond memories of her will
linger on: as our retired
Avon lady; for her ability
to sell tickets for the


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Hobo Festival; as
a good neighbor
and faithful
church member. A
memorial service
was held for
Estelle, age 91, on
March 16, at First
Baptist Church of
Laurel Hill.


UP ON THE HILL
Estelle Rogers


Mayor Vizell
Robbins has filled the
office of mayor in Laurel
Hill with a gentleman's
spirit, honest and loved by
those who know him. We
appreciate Mayor Robbins
for many years of service to
the city of Laurel Hill.
Congratulations to
Ferrin Campbell Jr., our
soon-to-be mayor of Laurel
Hill. We will look for good
things to come to our city
under his leadership.
I wonder if we
appreciate the volunteer
services of our neighbors
as we should. The
Laurel Hill Volunteer
Fire Department, the
council members and
mayor, school mentors,


church workers,
Almarante
Cemetery
Commission
members and
those who use
their time to pick
up trash along
their street our
collective hats are


off to you all!
Postmaster Dee will
be retiring at the end of this
month. We will miss her
smiling face and helpful
ways during her time with
the Laurel Hill Post Office.
The community sends best
wishes for happiness and
good health to Dee and her
family.
Jackie Fortune
emailed pictures of several
encounters with old friends
at the Laurel Hill Grill. He
called those encounters
'the highlights of their
trip. Actually, it was a red
letter day for each of us in
his photos, See one of the
photos in Wednesday's
paper.
The Hilltoppers met


Tuesday for lunch at the
Laurel Hill Grill. Norma
Flournoy was in good
spirits after fighting and
winning recent physical
battles. Penny Dunston
is a lady who loves life.
Regardless of her failing
eyesight, she can be
ready to go anywhere in
five minutes! Eula Mae
Harrison enjoyed lunch\.
Doesn't she have the
most beautiful white hair?
Barbara Mapoles escorts
Eula Mae each time we
gather. In past years it was
Eula Mae who befriended
Barbara's mother. Lady
McDonald always gives
us good information and
insight to some of our
problems. Janet Twitty
brought neighbor Cassie
Rogers, two of the most
loved ladies we know.
Bertie Ann Curenton
reluctantly left her flower
gardening for time out to
lunch with the group.
You are welcome to
join this group. No fees
or rules. Just pleasant
conversation and good
food served by our Penny
Jones.
The Alzheimer's
Support Group Meeting
is on the third Thursday
of each month at 2 p.m.
at First Baptist Church,
Laurel Hill. Those
attending encourage
others to join the group
for a very informal round-
table learning and sharing
hour. For more information
please call (the mayor's
daughter) Carolyn
Williams at 850-598-1057.
Alpha & Omega house.
cleaning services are
offered by owner Carla D.
Steele in Laurel Hill. She
is licensed and insured,
and offers free estimates
for all your cleaning needs.
She furnishes all cleaning
supplies and leaves your
house glowing! Ring
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Crestview News Bulletin I 5


What's

HAPPENING

From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

SIGN UP FOR HEAD
START: Parents of children
who will be 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1 may sign up their
children for kindergarten and the
summer VPK program next week,
from March 23 to 27. Signup will
also be held April 6 to 10.
Registration may be complet-
ed at any time during the regular
school day at the school zoned
for the child's neighborhood.
You must present the child's
birth certificate, a Florida cer-
tificate of immunization, a Social
Security card and a school physi-
cal (dated no later than a year
prior to the first day of school).
Florida proof of residency is also
needed for Summer VPK.
Details: 833-9333. Summer
VPK details: Michelle Flaherty,
833-3627 or Kathy Baird, 833-
3889.
CUTEST BABY FUND-
RAISER CONTEST: The
Crestview Curves Relay for Life
team is hosting a Cutest.Baby
contest, with all funds going to,
the American Cancer Society.
Turn in your pictures (no larg-
er than 4-by-6) of children ages
0-3 years old by March 23. The
entry fee is $5.
Voting begins March 25 inside
Curves, with each vote costing
25 cents. For further details call
Jenny Mustin at 903-7237.
KEY CLUB FUND-
RAISER: The Crestview High
School Key Club will be -iold-
ing another fund-raiser for a trip
Sto the Key Club convention this
April in Orlando.
"Big Dawgs" vs. "Little Daw-
gs", a faculty vs. student basket-
ball game, is on Thursday, March
26 from 2-4 p.m. in the gym.
Tickets are $5.
To donate or for -details,
please call Mrs. Davison at 689-
7177 ext. 5070.
EASTER BASKETS,:
Local banks and Emerald Coast
Hospice are working together to
make Easter baskets for Hospice
patients.
Drop off bath care items,
(soaps, lotions, powders, etc.),


or
Rebates up to $5,000

ENDS 3/31/08. NO VEHICLES EXCLUDED.
PLUS THE MOST MONEY FOR YOUR TRADE!
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and empty or filled Easter bas-
kets to be delivered to hospice'
patients. Details: Ann O'Connor,
Emerald Coast Hospice, 689-
0300.-
INVESTMENT SEMI-
NAR: Please join Edward
Jones Financial Advisor Keith
Lamm and Franklin Templeton's
Billy Rhodes for a free dinner
seminar entitled, "Emotions, Ex-
pectations and Economics" on
Tuesday, April 7 at 5:30 p.m. at
Country Inn & Suites, 235 Ras-
berry Road, Crestview. Dinner
will be provided. -
You must R.S.V.P. by April
1 to Lauren at 301-1309 due to
limited space.


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CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL AGENDA


The Crestview city
council meets Monday at 6
p.m. in council chambers
at City Hall. The public is
invited and encouraged to
attend.
1. Approval of Consent
Agenda.
. 2. Service Award
Presentation Mayor.,
3. Public Hearing:
a. Ordinance #1397
- Annexing 2.58+ acres of
,contiguous land located on
West Hwy 90, in Sections
7 and 18, Township 3
North, Range 23 West.
Requested by Southern
Boys Investment Group
- Second Reading and
Adoption.
4. New Business:
a. Discuss Public
Hearing Schedule
for the SR 85 Access
Management Plan
- Administrative Services
Department.


b. Crestview Bingo
Request Powell, Powell
& Powell.
c. City Facility Naming
Proposal Public Services
Department.
d. Council Support of
Proclamation supporting
the bed down of the F-35
Joint Strike Fighter and
Joint Integrated Training
Center at Eglin Air Force
Base City Clerk.
e. Appointment to the
Board of Adjustment:


(Shannon Hayes'
Term has expired) -
Councilman Baugh.
f. Local Agency
Program (L.A.P)
Certification Public
Services Department.
g. Ordinance Review &
Hearing Process Proposal
- Administrative Services
Department.
h. Review request for
extension of Development
Order for Redstone
Commons D.R. Horton,


Inc.
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League of Cities 2009
Municipal Official of the
Year Award City Clerk.
j. Set Date for Special
Meeting for April 6, 2009
at 6:00 PM. to Swear-in
newly elected Officials
and Election of Officers.
Reception to follow. City
Clerk
5. Mayoral Report.
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floor plans were approved for a proposed Fairfield Inn
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THERE ARE MANY FACES OF STROKE.
if HF In R THE STROKE is your own or that of a friend,
par,.en cliild. 'p'u or loved one, your life is affected.
Tha i ',' it's so important to know the warning signs
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STROKE WARNING SIGNS
* SUDDEN NUMBNESS OR WEAKNESS OF SUDDEN TROUBLE WALKING,
THE FACE, ARM OR LEG, ESPECIALLY DIZZINESS, LOSS OF BALANCE OR
ON ONE SIDE OF THE BODY COORDINATION I
* SUDDEN CONFUSION, TROUBLE SUDDEN, SEVERE IIEADACHE WITH NO
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1150 Personals
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Legal # 100546
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Verdot VI, LLC, as
hblder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name, in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription bf the' prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2402 of
2006 Assessed to:
TCA CREDIT, INC
Description: BEG SW
COR OF NW1/4 OF,
SE1/4 OF SEC 28,
T4N, R23W, ETC
Parcel ID#:
28-4N-23-0000-0016-
0050 Opening Bid:
$2,081.85
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000030 C
All of said property be-
ing in .the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the .certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the' Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday,
April 24, 2009. Regis-


tration begins
am.


Dated this 5th
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWAF
CLERK OF TH
CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Gu
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& Learning Center
Caring for Children
6 weeks 5 years
Mon-Fri 7am 5:30 pm
689-1407 /C010K0109




ABC Carpet &
Upholstery
Cleaning
Carpet- All man
made and natural
materials including
Orientals.
Upholstery-All Fab-
rics including micro-
fiber and leather.
Dry foam process.
2-4 hour drytime.-
"We strive for
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B-Beautiful,
C-Carpet"
Guaranteed. Lic/ Ins.
Free Estimates.
( 850) 689-2732
Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
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Estimates. Refs
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Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
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Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate. Slabs,
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Remove, Replace &
Repair. Lic/Ins Free est.
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Handyman Service ered Tool Repair
Free Estimates LIC Your8ocation8 .
Contractor 850-758-0397,
850-974-4750 Rasbury Lawn
Rasbury Lawn
Service General
Harold Gaines cleanup mowing,
Repairs, Remodeling, trimming, pruning.
Additions, Concrete/ Lic .& Ins. Ref availa-
Parking Lot Work, ble. Free estimates.
Carpentry and Roofing. 682-1302 or 398-0687
Lic. #RG 0005399. _
850-862-0383 Searching for lawn
work, tree trimming,
1 etc. call 537-8616 ask
LNA for Metch.
WALKER LAWN
Bella Lawn Care MAINTENANCE INC.
Crestview area. Mowing, Trimming,
Res./Comm. Pruning, One time or
Lic. &'Ins. Call Mike year round. Discount
689-3079 or 612-0311 w/annual contract.
LIC/INS. 537-4419 or
Farm Direct 305-8599 Ref. Avail.
Centipede, Zoysia, St.
Augustine, Bermuda. Yard Dirt
We deliver & install. 10 ards delivered
Call 244-6651 Call 758-1477
Suncoast Sod Farms


LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping, Ir-
rigation, Plm'Tree
installation Sod, Dirt
work, Bob Cat Ser-
vices, Trenching &
Debris Hauling.
Free Estimates.
Call 865-3266 or
682-7316 Lic, In-
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Overly

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General Lawn care.
Free E5st. Licensed. Call
Tim 682-3654 Leave
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Legal # 100560
IN THE CIR(
COURT IN AN
OKALOOSA CC
FLORIDA C.
08-DR-70I
BREE SMALLWC
Petitioner
and
STEVEN
CARDER'
Respondent

AMENDED NC
OF ACTION F(
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LISH SOLE CU
To: STEVEN
CARDER
current addre
known; last knc
dress is:
115 Turning Poin
Stockbride, GA


YOU ARE NC
that an action h
filed against y
Fox Trot Tree Service that you are req
No job to large or serve a copy
small, Free Estimates. written defenses
LIC/INS. Call Paul to Georgia T
850-398-7677 RA. whose add
111 SE Ferry
Suite B, Fort
Beach, Florida
on or before A
2009, and file tl
nal with the C
TNT Metal this Court at
Buildings Eglin P
Will match Shalimar,
32579, before
competitors on Petitioner or
price! diately thereafte
(850)983-2296 fall to do so, a
850)983-229 may be entered


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you for the relief de-\ COUNTY, FLORIDA;
manded in the petition. TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTER--
Copies of all court doc- EST IN THE COMMON
uments in this case, in- ELEMENTS APPUR-
cluding orders, are TENANT THERETO
available at the Clerk of AS SET FORTH,IN
the Circuit Court's of- SAID DECLARATION,
fice. You may review
these documents upon A/K/A 4270 CALINDA
request. LANE APT 316,,
NICEVILLE, FL 32578
You must keep the '
Clerk of Court's Office Any person.claiming
notified of your current an interest in the sur-
address. (You may file plus from the sale, if
Notice of Current Ad- any, other than the
dress, Florida Family property owner as of
Law Form 12.915) Fu- the date of the Lis
ture papers in this law- Pendens must file a
suit will be mailed to claim within sixty (60)
the address' on record days after the sale.
at the Clerk's office.
WITNESS MY HAND,
WARNING: Rule and the seal of this
12.285, Florida Family Court on March 4,
Rule of Procedure, re- 2009.
quired certain auto-,
matic disclosure of' Don W. Howard
documents and infor- Clerk of the Circuit
mation. Failure to com- Court
ply can result in sanc- By:Viki Jackson
tions, including dis- Deputy Clerk
missal or striking of
pleadings. Publish. in Crestview
News Bulletin
Dated: March 12, 2009 Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.
DON W. HOWARD RO. Box 25018
CLERK OF CIRCUIT Tampa, Florida
COURT 33622-5018
By: Beth McDonald F08052739
COUNTRYCAL-SPECFH -
03/21/09 LMC-R-ejayska
03/28/09 **See Americans with
04/04/09 Disabilities Act
04/11/09 IMPORTANT
In accordance with
Legal # 100560 the Americans with Dis-
Legal # 100560 abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
IN THE CIRCUIT ing special accommo-
COURT OF THE dation to participate in
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- this proceeding should
CUlT contact Court Adminis- .
IN AND FOR tration at 101 James
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Lee Boulevard East,
S FLORIDA Crestview, FL,
CIL ACTIONCASE 32536-3515; telephone
NO. number (850)
46-2008-CA-003886 689-5000, Extension
DIVISION 7497, prior to the pro-
OUNSTRNYWIDE HOME ceeding. or Shalimar
COUNTRYWIDE HOME' (850) 651-7497
LOANS, INC, (850)651-7497
Plaintiff, IMPORTANT
vs. In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
DANA MICHALKE, at abilities Act, persons
al, with disabilities need-
Defendant(s). ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
NOTICE OF FORE- this proceeding should
CLOSURE SALE contact Court Adminis-,
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
NOTICE IS HEREBY Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 32579; telephone num-
nal Judgment of Mort- baer (850) 651-7497,
gage Foreclosure prior to the proceeding.
dated February 04, 03/14/09
2009 and entered in 03/21/09
Case No.
46-2008-CA-003886 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit Legal # 100561
in and for OKALOOSA
County, f Florida IN THE CIRCUIT
wherein COUNTRY- COURT OF THE
WIDE HOME LOANS, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
INC, is the Plaintiff and CUIT
DANA MICHALKE; JON IN AND FOR
LOVERICH; MORT- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
GAGE ELECTRONIC FLORIDA
REGISTRATION SYS- CIVIL ACTION CASE
TEMS INCORPO- NO.:
RATED AS NOMINEE 46-2009-CA-000527
FOR COUNTRYWIDE DIVISION
FINANCIAL CORPORA- -
TION; THE FLORIDA CHASE HOME Fl-
CLUB AT BLUEWATER NANCE LLC,
BAY CONDOMINIUM Plaintiff,


DREW D. COWART
t al,
fendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
D:
DREW D. COWART
ST KNOWN AD-
!ESS: 104 BEA-
INS BEND
:ESTVIEW, Fl 32536
IRRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN

GGY S. COWART
ST KNOWN AD-
IESS: 104 BEA-
>NS BEND ROAD
:ESTVIEW, FI 32536
IRRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN
IY AND ALL UN-
IOWN PARTIES
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER,
ID AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
)UAL DEFEND-
IT(S) WHO ARE
OT KNOWN TO BE
AD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-


KNOWN PARTIES THROUGH CERTIFI-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- CATES, SERIES
TEREST AS SPOUSE, 2006-FF15,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, Plaintiff,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS vs.


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN'
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
erty in OKALOOSA
County, Florida:
LOT 22,
BEACON'S BEND,.AC-
CORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE
46, IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
has been filed against /
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before April 20 2009',
on Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
- .This notice shall
be published once
each week for two
consecutive weeks in
the Crestview News
Bulletin.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 4 day of March,
2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018,
CHASEDIRECT-CONV-
abiven-F09007779
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,.
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
03/14/09
03/21/09


Legal # 100563
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-004277
DIVISION:

WELLS FARGO BANK,
N. A. AS TRUSTEE
FOR FIRST FRANKLIN
MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2006-FF15,
MORTGAGE PASS -


BILLIE J SHAHID A/K/A
BILLIE T SHAHID et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
WILLIAM R. WEAKLEY
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: Unknown
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


RQ. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
SPSFIDELITY-CONV-R-v
bonitto-F08058367
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities heed-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
03/14/09
03/21/09

Legal # 100597


YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action to IN THE CIRCUIT
foreclose a mortgage COURT OF THE
on the following prop- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ertv : in OKALOOSA CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
County, Florida: AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
THE CONDO- 2008-CA-2700
MINIUM PARCEL
KNOWN AS APART- SUNTRUST MORT-
MENT UNIT 2054 OF -GAGE INC. DBA
SHORELINE TOWERS SUNTRUST BANK,
CONDOMINIUM 1
AND 2, A CONDOMIN- Plaintiff,.
IUM, ACCORDING TO
THE DECLARATION vs. TERRY C. HARRIS
OF CONDOMINIUM et. al.
THEREOF RE- Defendants.
CORDED IN O.R.
BOOK 720, PAGE 323, NOTICE OF FORE-
ET SEQ. AND ANY CLOSURE SALE
AMENDMENTS
THERETO, AND PUR- NOTICE IS HEREBY
SUANT TO SURVEY, GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
PLOT PLAN AND nal Judgment of Fore-
GRAPHIC DESCRIP- closure dated March 6,
TION OF IMPROVE- 2009, and entered in
MENTS RECORDED Case No. 2008 CA
IN CONDOMINIUM 2700, of the Circuit
*BOOK 1, AT PAGE Court of the First Judi-,
121 SEQ., ALL OF cial Circuit in and for
PUBLIC RECORDS Okaloosa County, Flor-
OF OKALOOSA ida wherein
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SUNTRUST MORT-
TOGETHER WITH ALL GAGE, INC. DBA
APPURTENANCES TO SUNTRUST BANK, is a
SAID CONDOMINIUM Plaintiff and TERRY C.
PARCEL INCLUDING HARRIS; ROMINA P.
BUT NOT LIMITED TO HARRIS are the De-
ALL RIGHTS UNDER fendants. I will sell tot
THE RECREATION he highest and best
FACILITY LEASE AND bidder for cash at
THE GULF BEACH Okaloosa County
C O V E N ANT S, Courthouse, front door.
AGREEMENTS, EASE- 101 E. James Lee
MENTS AND AN UN- Blvd., Crestview, FL at
DIVIDED'INTEREST IN 11:00 am on April 16
THE COMMON ELE- 2009, the following de-
MENTS APPURTE- scribed property as set
NANT THERETO AS forth in said Final Judg-
SET OUT IN SAID ment, to wit:
DECLARATION.
LOT 15, BLOCK B,
has been filed against HERITAGE PLANTA-
you and you are re- TION PHASE 1 AC-
quired to serve a copy CORDING TO THE
of your written de- PLAT THEREOF, RE-
tenses, if any, on or CORDED IN PLAT
before April 20, 2009, BOOK 22, PAGE 68,
on Florida Default Law OF THE PUBLIC REC-
Group, RL., Plaintiff's WORDS OF OKALOOSA
attorney, whose ad- COUNTY, FLORIDA
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite Any person claiming an
300, Tampa, Florida interest in, the surplus
33634, and file the orig- from the sale, if any,
inal with this Court ei- other than the property
other before service on owner as of the date of
Plaintiff's attorney or the lis pendens must
immediately thereafter; file a claim within 60
otherwise a default will days after the sale.
be entered against you
for the relief demanded DON W. HOWARD
In the Complaint or pe- As Clerk of the Court
tition. By: Viki Jackson
This notice shall be
published once each Dated this 9 day of
week for two consecu- March, 2009
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin. IMPORTANT
WITNESS my hand In accordance with the
and the seal of this Americans with Disabil-
Court on this 6 day of cities Act, persons need-
March, 2009. ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
Don W. Howard ipate in this proceeding
Clerk of the Court should no later than
seven (7) days prior,
By: Anita Cantrall A s contact the Clerk of the
Deputy Clerk Court's disability coor-
Invoice to & Copy to: dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
Florida Default Law SUITE A114,
Group, RL. SHALIMAR FL. 32579.


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If hearing impaired, 7 FILE NO:F08094968 LEGAL #120187 VISEES, GRANTEES, BOOK 19, PAGES 48
contact (TDD) OR OTHER CLAIM- AND 49, OF THE PUB-
8009558771 via Florida CHASE HOME Fl- AUCTIONS ANTS LIC RECORDS OF
Relay System NANCE LLC, In accordance with OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Plaintiff, Florida Statutes, Ad- LAST KNOWN AD- FLORIDA.
Ben Ezra & Katz.RA vance Storage, Inc. lo- DRESS: UNKNOWN has been filed against
2901 Stirling Rd. Suite vs. cated at 5180 S. you, an you are re-
300 S" Ferdon Blvd. Crest- CURRENT ADDRESS: quired to serve a copy
Fort Lauderdale, Flor- RUSSELL ROGERS view, FL, will offer for UNKNOWN of your written de-
ida 33312 et al, sale to the highest bid- senses, if any, to this
T e I e p h o n e Defendant(s). der the household and YOU ARE NOTIFIED action, on Greenspoon
305-770-4100 other goods stored in that an action to fore- Marder, RA., Default
Fax:305-653-2329 NOTICE OF ACTION the below listed units, close a mortgage on Department, Attorneys
Said goods are to be the following property for Plaintiff, whose ad-
03/21/09 TO: sold to recover the in OKALOOSA County, 'dress is Trade Centre
03/28/09 RUSSELL ROGERS rents not paid by the Florida: South, Suite 700, 100
LAST KNOWN AD- tenants. LOT 21, PARKWOOD West Cypress Creek
DRESS: 4 6 3 6 COVED AT BLUEWATER Road, Fort Lauderdale,
Chanan Drive Advanced Storage I BAY, ACCORDING TO FL 33309, and the file
Crestview, Fl- THE PLAT THEREOF original with the Clerk
LEGAL# 120181 325390000 1. Teresa Tucker Unit AS RECORDED IN on or before April 20,
B67 PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE 2009; otherwise a de-
IN THE CIRCUIT CURRENT ADDRESS: 80, PUBLIC RECORDS fault and a judgment
COURT OF THE 1ST UNKNOWN 2. Alejandro Flores Unit OF OKALOOSA may be entered against
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN "G24 COUNTY, FLORIDA you for the relief de-
AND FOR OKALOOSA LAST KNOWN AD- has been filed against manded in the Com-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. DRESS: LISA ROGERS 3. Starr Sailer Unit G6 you and you are re- plaint.
CASE NO. 4636 Chanan' Drive quired to serve a copy WITNESS MY HAND
46-2009-CA-000144 Crestview, FL 32539 Advanced Storage II of your written de- AND SEAL OF SAID
senses, if any, on or COURT on this 4 day of
COUNTRYWIDE HOME CURRENT ADDRESS: 1. Kirk McGriff Unit L15 before April 24, 2009 March, 2009.
LOANS SERVICING LR 4636 Chanan Drive on Florida Default Law
Plaintiff \ Crestview, FL 32539 The sale shall take Group, P.L., Plaintiffs As Clerk of said Court
place on March 28, attorney,- whose ad- By: Beth McDonald
vs. ANY AND ALL UN- 2009 at 9:00-10:00 a.m. dress is 9119, Corpo- As Deputy Clerk
KNOWN PARTIES at Advance Storage. rate Lake Drive, Suite
HENLEY, CHRISTO- CLAIMING BY, 300, Tampa, Florida 03/14/2009
PHER BLAKE, et al., THROUGH, UNDER, 03/21/2009 33634, and file the orig- 03/21/2009
Defendants AND AGAINST THE 03/25/2009 final 'with this Court ei-
HEREIN NAMED INDI- ______ther before service on f 1t
NOTICE OF ACTION VIDUAL DEFEND- Plaintiff's attorney or
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT LEGAL #120188 immediately thereafter; | 1170 7
* TO: CHRISTOPHER KNOWN TO BE DEAD I otherwise a default will
BLAKE HENLEY 1918 OR ALIVE, WHETHER Notice of Public Sale, be entered against you Found PSP on Lake
SQUIRREL PATH SAID UNKNOWN 'PAR- Notice is hereby given for the relief demanded Silver Rd. call to den-
FORT WALTON TIES MAY CLAIM AN that on 4/13/2009 at in the Complaint or pe- tify. 826-1154
BEACH, FL 32547 INTEREST, AS 10:30 am. 2001 INTL tition.
AND TO: All persons SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- VIN#1HTMGABM31A9 This notice shall be ...
claiming an interest by, VISEES, GRANTEES, 29925 Will be sold at published once each f
through, under, or OR OTHER CLAIM- public auction pursuant week for, two consecu-
against the aforesaid ANTS to F.S. 713.585 to sat- tive weeks in the Crest-
Defendant(s). isfy Towing, Storage & view News Bulletin.
LAST KNOWN AD- Labor Charges. The ve- WITNESS my hand and
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- DRESS: UNKNOWN hicle will be sold, for the seal of this, Court
TIFIED that an action to $6031.46 Sale will be on this 10 day of I S
foreclose a mortgage CURRENT ADDRESS: held by Lienqr, FLEET March, 2009. PES & ANIMALS
on the following de- UNKNOWN MAINTENANCE OF
scribed property lo- YOU ARE NOTIFIED NW FL INC 638 D AN- 2100-Pets
cated in Okaloosa that an action to fore- CHORS ST FORT WAL- Don W. Howard 2110- Pets: Free to
County, Florida: close .a mortgage on TON BEACH, FL 32548 Clerk of the Court Good Home
LOT 58, HIDDEN the following property 850-243-1777 Pursuant By: Anita Cantrall 2120 Ppt Supplies
TRAILS PHASE ONE, in OKALOOSA County, to F.S. 713.585 the As Deputy Clerk 2130- Farm Anmals
ACCORDING TO THE Florida: cash sum amount of Supplies
MAP OR PLAT LOT 28, BLOCK C, $6031.46 .would be suf- Florida Default Law wanted
THEREOF AS RE- CHANAN ESTATES, ficient to redeem the Group, RL. 2110 Pet Memorials
CORDED IN PLAT ACCORDING TO THE vehicle from the lienor. RO. Box 25018
BOOK 6, PAGE(S) 85, PLAT THEREOF AS'Any owner, lien hold- Tampa, Florida
PUBLIC RECORDS RECORDED IN PLAT ers, or interested par- 33622-5018
OF OKALOOSA BOOK 21, PAGES ties have a right to a 2
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 77-79, OF THE PUBLIC hearing prior to the IMPORTANT 210 "
has been filed against RECORDS OF sale by filing a demand In accordance with the Chihuahuas- 'small 1
you, an you are re- OKALOOSA COUNTY, with the OKALOOSA Americans with Disa- male puppy $250
quired to serve a copy FLORIDA County Clerk of Circuit abilities Act, persons ready 3/24. Call Diane
of your, written de- has been filed against Court for disposition, with disabilities need- 652-4122
senses, if any, to this you and you are re- The owner has a right ing special accommo- 7-.h
action, on Greenspoon quired to serve a copy to recover possession dation to participate in For Sale: Reg. CKC
Marder, P.A., Default of your written de- of the vehicle, prior to this proceeding should C hi. h u a h u a
Department, Attorneys senses, if any, on or the sale, by posting a contact Court 'Adminis- puppies.Long and
for Plaintiff, whose ad- before April 24, 2009, bond pursuant to, F.$. tration at 101 James' Short hair Call
dress is Trade Centre on Florida Default Law 559.917, and if sold Lee Boulevard East, 850-902-7275
South, Suite 700,' 100 Group P.L., Plaintiff's proceeds 'remaining Crestview, FL, i
West Cypress Creek attorney, whose ad- from the.sale will be 32536-3515; telephone ,
Road, Fort Lauderdale, dress is '9119 Corpo- deposited with the number (850) .
FL 33309, and the file rate Lake Drive, Suite Clerk of the Circuit 689-5000,, Extension
original with the Clerk 300, Tampa,. Florida Court, in OKALOOSA 7497, prior to the pro- t
on or before April' 20, 33634, and file the orig- County' for disposition. ceeding. or Shalimar
2009; otherwise a de- final with this Court ,el- Lienor reserves the (850) 651-7497
fault and a judgment their before service on right to bid.
may be entered against Plaintiff's attorney or IMPORTANT
you for the relief de- immediately thereafter; 03/21/2009 In accordance with the MERCHANDISE
handed in the Comn- otherwise a default will _____Americans with Disa-
plaint. be entered against you abilities Act, persons 3100- Antiques,
for the relief demanded LEGAL #120189 with disabilities need- 3110- Appliances..
WITNESS MY HAND in the Complaint or pe- ing special accommo- 3120-Arts & Crafts
AND SEAL OF SAID tition., IN THE CIRCUIT nation to participate in 3140 Baby Items
COURT on this 4 day of This notice shall be COURT OF THE this proceeding 'should 3150 Building Supplies
March,'2009. published once each FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- contact Court Adminis- 3160- Business
week for two consecu- CUIT' tration at 1250 N. Eglin Equipment
As Clerk of said Court tive weeks in the Crest- IN AND FOR \ Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 3170 Collectibles
By: Beth McDonald view News Bulletin. OKALOOSA COUNTY, 32579; telephone- num- 3180 Computers
As Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and .FLORIDA ber (850) 651-7497,, 3190 Electronics
the seal of this Court CIVIL ACTION prior to the proceeding. 3200 Firewood
03/14/2009 on this 10 day of .. CASE. 3220- Furniture h
/ 03/21/2009 March, .2009. NO.:46-2009-CA-00029 03/21/2009 3230 Carage'Yard Sales
0 DIVISION: FILE" 03/28/2009 3240 Guns .
'2 03/28/2009. 3250 Good Things to Eat
Don W. Howard NO.:F0810703432 Health & Fitness
Clerk of the Court .3270 Jewelry/Clotihdg
U.S. BANK NATIONAL LEGAL#120183 3280 Machinery/
LEGAL # 120184 By: Beth McDonald ASSOCIATION, AS Equipment
accordance As Deuty Clerk TRUSTEE, ON BE- IN THE CIRCUIT 3290 Medical Equipment
In accordance with HALF OF THE HOLD- COURT OF THE 1ST 3300 Miscellaneous
Florida Statutes, East Florida Default Law ERS OF THE HOME JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 3310 Musical Instiuments
90 Property, Inc., lo- Group, PL. EQUITY ASSET AND FOR OKALOOSA 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
cated at 3191 E. James RO. Box 25018 TRUST 2007-21HOME' COUNTY, FLORIDA. 3330 Suppliesrant/Hotel
Lee Blvd., in Crestview, Tampa, Florida E. 0'Q U I T Y CASE 3340 Sporting Goods
Florida will offer.for sale 33622-5018 P ASS -TH ROU G H NO.46-2008-CA-00713 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
to the highest bidder CERTIFICATES, 7
the household and IMPORTANT SERIES 2007-2,
other goods stored in In accordance with the Plaintiff, 6 tOUNTRYWIDE HOME
the below listed units of Americans with Disabil- LOANS SERVICING LR 10
East 90 Mini Storage. cities Act persons with vs. Ke.r Plaintiff, b s 2i
Said goods are to be disabilities needing Kenmore side by side
sold to recover the special accommoda-i ESTEPHAN DAHER vs.' refrigerator $400. Ken-
rents not paid by the tion to participate in et al, more. glass top stove
tenant. this proceeding should Defendant(s). LISA 'KING A/K/A LISA $400. They are both
contact Court Adminis- A. KING, et al., white and in great con-,
Unit # B-07 Lorene tration at 101 James Defendants edition. 683-9827
Hulion 6150 Lake Ella Lee Boulevard East, NOTICE OF ACTION
Road Crestview Florida Crestview, FL, AND TO: All persons
32539 32536-3515: telephone TO: claiming an interest by,
number (850) ESTEPHAN DAHER through, under, or 3150
The sale shall take 689-5000, Extension LAST KNOWN AD- against the aforesaid Steel Building Pkg
place April 3, 2009, at 7497, prior to the pro- DRESS: 4507 BOCA Defendant(s). Steel do n chor
9:00 a.m., in the East ceeding. or Shalimar DRIVE 18X21 Door & Anchor
90 Mini Storage. (850) 651-7497 NICEVILLE, FL 32578 YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Bolt Incl. Reg $8,200.
TIFIED that an action to Now $4,845 + Code
03/14/2008 IMPORTANT CURRENTADDRESS: foreclose a mortgage Adj. Other Sizes Avail.
03/21/2008 In accordance with the 4507 BOCA DRIVE on the following de- Big & Small Same
Americans with Disabil- NICEVILLE, FL 32578 scribed property lo- D w.is cgr. com
cities Act, persons with cated in Okaloosa www.scg-grp.comc e # 30
disabilities needing ANY AND 'ALL UN- County, Florida: Phone r c 50391-0204
LEGAL# 120186 special accommoda- KNOWN PARTIES LOT 59, EMERALD Phone#:850-391-0204
LEGAL 120186 tion to 'participate in CLAIMING BY, LAKES PHASE III, RE-
this' proceeding should THROUGH, UNDER, PLAT OF .LOT 36
IN THE CIRCUIT' contact Court Adminis- AND AGAINST, THE THROUGH LOT 64,
INCOURT OF THE CIRCUIT tration at 1250 N. Eglin HEREIN NAMED INDI- BEING A PLANNED 3220 I
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR Parkway, Shalimar, FL, VIDUAL DEFEND- UNIT DEVELOPMENT, 100% All new Queen
FIRST JUDIAL C- 32579; telephone num- ANTS) WHO ARE NOT IN UNSECTIONAL- Pillowtop set. New.

OKALOOSA COUNT, prior to the prceedig. OR ALIVE, WHETHER SOUTH, RANGE 22 $165 850-471-0330
OKALOOSA COUNTY, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- WEST, OKALOOSA
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE,
Monday
High school baseball
Laurel Hill at Central,JV 4
p.m:/V 6 p.m.
High school tennis
Crestview at Niceviille 3:30
p.m.
Middle school baseball
Richbourg at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Middle school softball
Richbourg at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Middle school golf
Destin at Davidson, 3 p.m.
Richbourg at Jackson, 3:30
p.m.
Middle school tennis
Jackson at Richbourg, 3 p.m.,
Davidson at Ruckel. 3 p.m.

Tuesday
High school baseball
Baker at Pensacola Christian,
4 p.m.
Powerade Cjassic,Washington
vs. Crestview, at CHS, 7 p.m.
High school softball
Milton at Crestview,JV 4
p.m.N/V 6 p.m.
Walton at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Vernon at Baker, 6 p.m.
High school tennis
Escambia at Crestview, 3:30.
p.m.
High school track
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, 3 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball,
March 12'
I, NeilThompson,Werth
Pittman, Don Mazerat, Richard
Lawson -9
2. Scott Chandler, Bill
Chandler, Johnny Ray -8
3.Aaron Daniel, Neil Locke,
Amanda Owens, Heath
Owens -7
4. George Bonner, Paul
Coyne, Dave Hinnant; Mike
Costabile -7
5. Ron Boisjolie,Alan
Parsons, Ron Swafford,Jesse
Dennis -7

Sunday Lowball
March 15
I .Andrew Lawson, Richard
Lawson, Derrick Bryan,Johnny
Ray,Aaron Odom -10
2. Dona Bouchard, Michael
Bouchard,Jerry Maughon,
Nate Hochstader, Cheyenne
Weatherford -7
3.Thomas Church, Ethan
Holmes,Jeff Holmes,John
Blair,jon Oldacre;-7
4. Bo Belanger, Dean Martin,
Dick Hickson,Jesse Denhis,
Don Kearney -6

BRIEFS
Biking for Baseball
Motorcycle Ride
The 1905 Gallery and
Nick's Seafood Restaurant
are sponsoring a Biking for
Baseball Motorcycle Ride today
with all proceeds going to the
Laurel Hill baseball team.
Registration will start at
9:45 a.m. at the 1905 Gallery
on State Road 85 with the
ride starting at 10:30 a.m.
Cost is $15 per bike and
$ 10 for extra riders. For
more information, call Theresa
Stucki at 652-3660.

Crestview Thunderbird
golf tournament
The Crestview Thunderbirds
will host a golf tournament
today at Foxwood Country
Club.
For more information call
coach Taylor at 305-2317.

Okaloosa Baptist golf
tournament
The Okaloosa Baptist
Association is hosting an Annie
Armstrong Easter Offering Golf
Tournament at 8 a.m. today at
Foxwood Country Club.
Cost is $20 for Foxwood
members and $35 for non
members.All money will
go to the Annie Armstrong
Easter offering of the North
American Mission Board. For
more information, call 682-


5434.


Photos by NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
AND HE'S ... SAFE!: Crestview's David Pyle is safe at home during the Dawgs' game against Niceville
earlier this season.



Get ready for Classic week at CHS
\ . .. *


12 teams will play in

Crestview's Powerade Classic


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin'

Twelve teams from
near and afar will be on
hand in Okaloosa County
next week for the rite of
spring known as the Pow-
erade Classic hosted by
Crestview High School.
. Play gets started .at
2 p.m. Tuesday at CHS,
with Niceville,' Choc-
tawhatchee and Fort Wal-
ton Beach also slated to
host games later in the
day.
The championship
game is set for 7 p.m. Fri-
day at Crestview..
The county teams will
be joined by Navarre, Mil-
ton and Washington from
Northwest Florida; Shoals
Christian, Northview, Do-
than and Houston Acad-
emy from Alabama; and
Arkansas schools Benton-
ville and Heritage.
Bulldogs coach Tim
Gillis said he is expect-
ing another great tourna-
ment.
"There,are a couple of
teams out of Alabama that
usually come down that
are supposed to be real
good," he said. "I think
Northview is going to be
a team that everybody
should look to in the tour-
nament that has a good
chance of playing in the'
finals.
"Houston Academy,
Mike Mordecai is the head
coach there (and) is a for-
mer teammate of mine
(in the minor ,leagues),
and he played in the ma-
jor leagues 'for 10 years.'
They've done a gpod
job, and they are going
to do all right. And usu-
ally when a team travels
down from Arkansas, they
aren't going to travel that
far if they don't think they
have a chance to compete
and win."
Gillis said he doesn't
want to take anything
away from the teams com-
ing in from out of state, but
he still likes, the chances
of an area team (or teams)
being in the championship
game and winning it all.
"There is some good
baseball in this area," he
said. "You've got Choctaw
that's good. Fort Walton
is good, and Niceville is
good.
"You've got teams that
are good in Santa Rosa
County and Escambia
County. I think the com-
petition in this area is al-


ways going to be as good
.or better than anywhere
in the country. You talk to
people that have played
for state championships,
and they'll say if you get
out of this area, you'll be
battle tested."
The number of out-
of-state teams is slightly
down this year because of
the financial situation fac-
ing everyone. In the past,
the tournament hosted as
many as 16 teams.
Most of the out-of-state
teams that do play in the
tournament' have par-
ticipated in the past. The
tournament is open to
anyone who wants to par-
ticipate and is first-come,
first-in until the field is
filled.
"The word of mouth
gets. around, and 'people*
come and want to come
back," Gillis said. "We've
had a couple of teams
from out of state that want
to come back.
"Shoals Christian, I
think this is about their
fifth time in a row,, and
they are a very classy
group. And, they usually
put a good team on the,
field, too. Bottom line, it's
a lot of fun."
Another benefit of the
tournament: It offers a
competition similar lto a
district tournament set-
ting.
"'It gives us a chance
to play four games in four
days," he said. "It's an
early season district tour-
nament, if you will. For us,
it's kind of to get in the
mode of playing back-to-
back-to-back days."
Gillis credits his coach-
ing peers in Okaloosa
County for their coopera-
tion in making the tourna-
ment a success.
"It's got,to be that way,"
he said. "We all have great
respect for each other. We
are all in kind of the same
grind and deal with the
same issues.
"These guys put in a
lot time and a lot of efforts
into their schools, and it's
not an easy thing to do. My
hat is 'of all these coaches
because we couldn't do
this tournament without
them."
Gillis said he is ready
for the teams to start play-
ing ball on Tuesday.
"I think it's going to be
a good tournament," he
said. "It usually is.
"We're just going to
pray for good weather."


MAKING HIS PITCH: Crestview's Josh Edwards
pitches against Niceville earlier this season.


POWERADE CLASSIC SCHEDULE
(All games at Crestview High School unless
noted)

Tuesday
2 p.m,.: Shoals Chiistian (Ala.) vs.
Bentonville (Ark.)
4:30 p.m.: Heritage (Ark.) vs. Milton
7, p.m.: Crestview vs. Washington
!.6 p.m.: Navarre at Choctawhatchee
6 p.m.: Northview (Ala.) atNiceville
6 p.m.- Houston Academy (Ala.) at Fort
Walton Beach

Wednesday
1.1:30 a.m.: Heritage (Ark.) vs.
Washinglon
2 p.m.: Milton vs. Shoals Christian (Ala.)
4:30ip.m.: Milton vs. Northview (Ala,)
6 p.m.: Houston Academy (Ala.) at
Choctawhatchee
6 p.m.: Bentonville (Ark.) vs. Niceville
6 p.m.: Navarre at Fort Walton Beach

Thursday
11:30 a.m.: Shoals Christian (Ala.) vs.
Houston Academy (Ala.)
2 p.m.: Navarre vs. Houston Academy
(Ala.)
4:30 p.m.: Crestview vs. Northview (Ala.)
7 p.m.: Crestview vs. Heritage (Ala.)
6 p.m.: Bentonville (Ark.) at
Choctawhatchee
6 p.m.: Shoals Christian (Ala.) at Niceville
6 p.m.: Washington at Fort Walton Beach

Friday
Matchups TBA. Games at 11:30 a.m., 2
p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Crestview High
School. Games at 3 p.m. at all other sites.
Championship game is 7 p.m. at Crestview
High School.


Golf Tips

FROM THE PRO

Make your golf
fundraiser a success

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
Now that spring is here,
everyone seems to be having
some sort of fundraiser or
recreational golf tournament for
their favorite civic organization or
church group.
If you are trying to raise funds
or just want to enjoy a nice outing
for your company or church,
Heritage Plantation PGA teaching
pro Jeff Marks has some tips that
will get you pointed in the right
direction.

Number one, you want to
have an event that is fun for
everybody.
Most people haven't played
over the winter, so you are
going to get a large variety
of talent, so to speak, out
there on the golf course.You
want to have an event where
people don't feel like they are
on the spot or on stage and
can't perform.
You want to do a scramble
event and give people a
change to play in a format that
is very low pressure.
Depending on the nature .
of the event, most golf
courses want to help oui
the community and will offer
discounts on greens and cart
fees.We offer a pretty nice
discount for'hospital charity
events, charities for children,
schools and things of that
nature. Normally, golf courses
would offer a discount of 20
to 25 percent on a golf outing
of that nature.
If you aren't trying to raise
funds but are just hoping for
a large group event, chances
are you will pay full fees.
(Some courses offer cheaper
rates for their members
that participate in these
tournaments).
You want to pick prizes
that would appeal to a wide
array of people in your
tournament. So if you had an
area football team that wanted
to have a football fundraiser,
you might want to have things
to do with football.
Typical goody bags for us
have a logo pack that comes
with logo tees and a divot
tool, ball markers, a sleeve
of balls and a mini towel.
They are low-cost items we
include in the price of the
tournament.
For golf courses, if you
are having a large community
event, it's a chance to get
other businesses involved.
Banks, hotels and restaurants
very often want to support a
good charity in the area.
You want to have a longest
drive and closest to the pin
contest. Most tournaments
do one of each, but some do
two of each or three of each.
You typically want to spread
them out evenly around the
golf course.You can't lose
sight of the fact that often you
have ladies or seniors in the
tournament, so a straightest
drive contest is often pretty
good, or a long drive for
women only on one hole.
Something else that makes
the event a lot of fun: If it's a
light-hearted event, you want
to 6ffer mulligans at your ,
registration table.That gives
you a chance to buy an extra
shot. Usually, they are a dollar
or two per mulligan.
A sack lunch is often a
good idea.
Some fundraiser
tournaments have a live
auction or silent auction
where prizes or memorabilia
are auctioned off to raise
additional money.
Once you have your ideas
in place, the best thing is to
-contact your local golf course
for more information on their
policies and how they will
work with you.

If you have a golf question for
Jeff Marks, e-mail News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dickson at
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
or mail them to Randy Dickson,
Crestview News Bulletin, 295W


James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32547.


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