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The city of Crestview rolled out the red
carpet for the 7th:Special Forces Group
'Airborne this past week
A series of celebratory events led up to
Thursday's groundbreaking ceremony for
the 7th Special Forces facility at Eglin'Air
Force Base.
Members of the 7th Special Forces are
moving from Fort Bragg, N.C., to Eglin Air
Force Base as part of 'the Base Realign--
ment and Closure process.
. Crestview High School got a jump on the
festivities. A crowd of 3,000 students and
community members packed Jack Foster
Stadium to view a demonstration by the
Black Daggers the official U.S. Army
Special Operations Command parachute
demonstration team.
"Crestview was just beautiful," said Sgt.
1st Class Jessica Fancher, who was one of
See'OPEN ARMS' 7


BLACK DAGGERS GLOBAL WARRIORS
The U.S. Army Special Operations
Command, which will relocate to Duke Field
.in 2011, is made up of Special Forces,
Rangers, Special Operations Aviation,
Civil Affairs, Psychological Operations and
Special Operations Sustainment.
The Black Daggers Global Warriors is
the command's parachute demonstration
team, whose members currently represent
all but the Rangers and the.Aviation
regiment. The Black Daggers formed in
January 2000 at Fort Bragg, N.C. Its
members:
Average age is 32
Average Army service is 10 years
Average freefall parachute jumps per
member is 1,550.
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Clockwise from top left,
Sgt. Anthony Galusha
is trailed by red smoke
and the U.S. flag during
his jump. Top right, the
Army's Special Operations
-parachute team, the Black
Daggers, in the air above
the Crestview High School
stadium on Tuesday.
Bottom left, Crestview
Area Chamber of
Commerce President
Pat Dingess receives a
presentation graphic from
team leader Sgt. 1 st Class
David Rose. Bottom left,
Crestview High School
students watch the the
Black Daggers land.


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Saturday, March 28, 2009


Harris: I want to


hear from you


County commissioner
encourages public input

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Wayne Harris' mes-.
sage to bis constituents: He
wants to hear from you.
Harris re-emphasized.
that message during his
comments to the Crest-'
view Area Chamber of
Commerce Governmental
Issues committee on Tues-
day at the new chamber
building. ,
Harris, the District 1
Okaloosa County commis-'
sioner, outlined his plans to
communicate with the pub-
lic and encouraged people
to attend the county's bud-
get hearings in the coming
months. '
. Harris said he hopes to,
set up a citizens advisory
group within the next six
months.
'"For me, not for (all
five commissioners) the
county;" he said. "1 want
to hear what people think
is important so I can bring
those thoughts to commis-
sion meetings.
"1I don't think it has been
done before, but I would
like to try. I'll fill the room if
I have to."
Harris also encouraged
concerned citizens to take
interest in the county's
budget process. Okaloosa


County's
first budget
workshop
formthe 2009-
10 fiscal too late. You need
to start in yearil. Let the
28.
WAYNE HARRIS "If you
k.uloosu County miss out,
commisioners you're not
going to
have the, information you
need," he said., "Septem-

county commissionerss
know what you think Why
are you spending money on
bonuses when you need to
spend it on this? Why are
constitutional officers com-
ing under -scrutiny of the
commissioners?
bYou all need to be tell-
ing us what to do. If you let
the county just do what it
wants to do, then the tail is
wagging the dog. You tell us
how to spend your money.
If you don't, then shame on
you."
Harris says he can be
reached at 689-5030. or
by e-mail at wharris(_i
co.okaloosa.fJl.s.
Harris also is execu-
tive director of the Crest-
view Area Chamber of
Commerce. Governmental
Issues committee chair Cal
Zethmayr of WAAZ-WJSB
said all five of the county
commissioners will be in-
vited to speak before the
committee.


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Crestview News Bulletin
The Citizens Against
'More Taxes committee
doesn't consider its work
to be finished.
The group is sponsor-
ing a "tea party" April 15
from 4 to 6 p.m. in front of
the Okaloosa County Vet-


erans Memorial in down-
town Crestview.
The event announce-
ment encourages attend-
ees to "come and let your
elected officials know that
you are tired of the waste
and abuse at all levels of
our government."
The CAMT initially


was formed in successful
opposition to a local fire
district's proposals for
an increased fire assess-
ment.
The group, according
to its Web site, will con-
tinue to be "dedicated to
improving our community
by improving account-


ability in local, state, and
federal government. We
promise to work tirelessly
to improve conditions in
our community and (ef-
fect) positive change in
that community."
The group's new Web
site is www.citizensagain-
stmoretaxes.com.


Quiet finale for Laurel Hill mayor,


city council council chair


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL -- The fi-
nal scheduled city council
meetings for Laurel Hill's
mayor and council chair
passed quickly and quietly
Thursday.
Council members ex-
pressed their appreciation
to outgoing mayor Vizell
Robbins and outgoing
council chair Larry Hen-
dren at the conclusion of
a 13-minute regular meet-
ing.
Ferrin Campbell will be
sworn in as Laurel Hill's
new mayor April 1 at 2 p.m.
at City Hall. Campbell de-
feated Robbins and Hen-
dren in the city's March 10
mayoral election.
"I appreciate the time


working with Mayor Vizell fn April 1. Adams will be
and' the time he has put sworn in for a full term.
in," council member John-
ny James said. Other business
"I thank the mayor, City Attorney Toni
the chairman and the city Craig notified the council
clerk for their service," of a Community Develop-
added council member nt Block Grant lawsuit
Robby Adams. City clerk involving the city, and said
Crista Shepheard also has anolving suit had been
announced she is stepping nogh successful
down. brought to a successful
conclusion on behalf of
Robbins cited his work conclusion on behalf of
acquiring park land for the t yhepheard told the
city as a highlight of his epe Dransfeld
time onthe citycounciland council Dale Dransfield
time on the city council and of Eutaw Utilities told her
as mayor, and concluded, he no longer would serve
"I appreciated the oppor- as the city's grant writer.
tunity to do these things."
tunSaid Hendren: "se thanks. Craig told the council to be
Said Hendren: "'I thank prepared for the possibil-
the council for voting me pref pared fornt to Dranssibil
in. I have enjoyed it." ity of a payment to Drans-
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-A special meeting of
the city's Local Planning
Agency preceded the reg-
ular meeting.
The 'council heard a
report from the city's
Evaluation and Appraisal
Report' citizens advisory
committee.
The committee pre-
sented the results from its
survey of city residents.
Those surveyed identified
roads and water as the


most important services
the city should offer. Com-
mittee and council mem-
bers agreed with the need
for better roads. They
expressed hope federal
stimulus dollars could find
their way to Laurel Hill to
address the problem.
- Eighteen of 20 survey
responders described
the quality of life in Lau-
rel Hill as "excellent" or
"good." All 19 of respond-
ers used a positive term
to complete the sentence,
"The City of Laurel Hill is
a (blank) community."
The committee has
identified an intergovern-
mental element, a public
school facility element
and an infrastructure ele-
ment as key preliminary
issues. The committee's
next meeting is scheduled
for April 8 at 9:30 a.m. at
City Hall. The public is en-
couraged to attend.
Craig told the. council
it will receive an analysis
of the preliminary issues
and the preliminary lan-
guage of the review itself
at its next meeting.

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NOFD citizens advisory

committee holds first meeting


Special to the News Bulletin
The North Okaloosa
Fire District's new citizens
advisory- committee 'held
its first meeting Tuesday
at the Bob Sikes Airport
fire safety facility.
Danny Bowers Sr. was
elected chairman. Roy
.Lyons was elected
vice-chairman. Dan
Bowers Jr. was elected


secretary.
"We organized, allowed
each committee member to
tell the others a little about
himself, and talked about
what we wanted this com-
mittee to do," Bowers Sr.
said.
The next committee
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April 6 at 6 p.m. at the air-
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Saturday, March 28, 2009


Religion


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


The man with Jesus on his hands


"What shall I do then with
Jesus, who is called, "Christ?"
Pilate asked.
They all answered,
"Crucify Him."
This is a universal
question that comes to all of
us at some point in our lives. RE
To be sure, Pilate did not R
know what to do with Jesus. SF
Do you? Fro
Pilate had Jesus on his
hands, and he let others decide His,
fate.


Are you letting others decide for
you about Jesus? I pray not.
What did Pilate do with Jesus?
First he tried to get Jesus off his
hands by placing Him in the hands of
others.
The religious crowd said,
''Release Barabbas" (Matthew 27:20),
as was a peculiar custom, "and
execute Jesus". The crowd cried,
"Crucify Him", (Matthew 27:22), and
Pilate's wife said, "have nothing to do
with Him" (Matthew 27:19).
How sad it is to allow someone
else to decide for you what you are
going to do with Jesus. It is my
prayer you will listen only to the Holy
Spirit as He speaks to your heart
about the question, "What will I do
with Jesus?"
In the second place, Pilate tried
to get Jesus off his hands by washing
his hands of Him, (Matthew 27:24).
"... He took.water and washed his
hands in front of the crowd ..." In
other words, he refused to have
anything to do with the One who
called himself, "The Christ."
What about you? It's easy to curse
Him as the thief did, betray Him as
Judas Iscariot did, and walk away
from Him as the rich young ruler
did. They all, in effect, washed their
hands of Jesus.
Gallup in a recent poll said only
12 percent of church members are
spiritually committed. Does this
Mean the other 88 percent washed
their hands of Jesus? I pray not.
Which crowd are you in? What does
it mean to be spiritually committed,
anyway? To be sure, it means to have
a 'born again' experience with Jesus
Christ. It means loyalty to the church,
a commitment to pray, witness,
search the Scripture and to give
your best to the Lord, including time,
talents, and tithes. It means much
more, but this is sufficient to make


V. BRUCE
IEFFIELD
m the Pulpil


my.point.
Lastly, Pilate tried to
get Jesus off His hands by
allowing the hands of Jesus
to be nailed to the cross. To
be sure, they whipped Him,
spit on Him, mocked Him,
beat Him about the head, and
placed thorns upon Him as a
crown.
Yes, they nailed spikes in


His hands and feet and thrust
a spear into His side, 'but they did not
silence Him, nor stop His hands from
reaching out in love to a lost world.
Jesus paid a costly price for our
eternal salvation.
What difference does His
atonement make in your daily
life? Many people I meet today are
looking for greatness, but my friend,
greatness has its price. I am amazed
how many people adopt the Christian
faith as their own without the thought
it would really cost anything. Dear
ones, the sacrifice Jesus made was
ultimate, complete and final. If we
think we can achieve greatness apart
from Jesus Christ, then we are in
the same group.with Pilate and the
others who killed Jesus.
What will I do with Jesus who is
called, "Christ"? That question will
never go away until you give your
life away to Christ and receive His
marvelous salvation. Do it today and.
settle the question.
Romans 10:13 says, "whosoever
shall call upon the name of the Lord
will be saved."
Romans 10:9-10 says, "That if you
confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is
Lord,' and believe in your heart that
God raised him from the dead, you
will be saved. For it is with your heart
that you believe and are justified, and
it is with your mouth that you confess
and are saved."
Do it today.
The Rev. Bruce Sheffield is
Pastor of the First United Methodist
Church of CrestView at 599 Eighth
Ave., Crestview (phone 682-2018).
Sunday morning worship is at 8
a.m. in the Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional services
and at 9:12 a.m. in the Sanctuary
for our contemporary service.
Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m.
in the Sanctuary, Web site: www.
crestviewfumc.com. E-mail:office@
crestviewfumc.gccoxmail.com.


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestieh Nes Bulletin

SArzona man spiritual journey

passes through Crestview,


(testview News Bulletin
An Arizona man's spiritual trek passed
through north Okaloosa County last week.
If you were on U.S. Highway90 on March
20, you probably saw Randy Boehmer, his
two dogs, and his covered wagon pulled by
four mules.
He travels along at 4 mph. talking about
God with anyone who will listen.
Where is he headed? Wherever God
takes him.
The message on the wooden wagon
read "Jesus saves ask him." The mes-
sage on his supply wagon bore a passage


from Acts 16:31, "Believe on the Lord Je-
sus Christ and thou shalt be saved, and thy
house."
He caught the attention of at least one
local person. A red car slowed alongside
the wagon to speak with Boehmer while
driving on U.S. 90.
Boehmer set out from Bedford, Ind., on
April 1, 2008. He traveled south through
Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama before
reaching Florida.
Boehmer has provided this quote to
many who have heard his story: "It's a
journey, not a trip. A trip ends. A journey
lasts forever."'


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
.Bulletin by-. 2 p.m. on
Wednesdays'

EVENTS

THOMPSONS AT SHADY
GROVE: On March 29 at 6
p.m., a concert featuring the
Thompsons will be held at
Shady Grove Assembly of God
in Baker. For details, contact
Rev. Carroll Senn at 537-2774.


HERITAGE SER-
VICE: Calvary Church
of Crestview at 1010 Bay
Street in Crestview (be-
hind Eglin Federal Credit
Union) will host a heritage
service Sunday at 2 p.m.
to celebrate its Christian
heritage by remember-
ing and reminiscing about
the "good old days", with
Southern gospel specials
and hymns. Everyone is
welcome to attend. De-
tails: 682-6191.


ROLLIN' FOR CHRIST
CRUSADE: The Up Root-
ing Strongholds Crusade in
Crestview, based on II Cor-
inthians 10, verses 4 and 5,
kicks off April 6 at the Ed
Hill Manor Apartments ball
park on Bay Street.
Services continue April
11 with a noon luncheon.
For details on these
events contact John and
Cynthia at 682-9176,850-543-
1943, or rollinforchrist@
cox.net..


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GOING WHERE,
GOD LEADS
HIM: Randy
Boehmer set out
from Bedford,
Ind., on April
1,2008
and traveled
south through
Kentucky,
Tennessee
and Alabama
before reaching
Florida. He
passed through
north Okaloosa
ounty on
March 20.


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Education


Saturday, March 28, 2009


District 4
Okaloosa County
School District
board member
Cathy Thigpen.
provided this ..
report from the
board's Monday CATHY
meeting. SchoY
I hope each Me
of you have had
the opportunity
to read "Drug Aware-
ness" insert that was in
Tuesday's edition of the
Northwest Florida Daily
News. I especially hope
you read our superinten-
dent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts'
column on the last page.
Dr. Tibbetts also has pro-
duced a video that will air
on Sunday nights on Cox
Channel 6 at 7 pm.
Dr. Tibbetts and School
Board members have es-
tablished a zero tolerance
policy of drugs in our
schools. When caught, the
student will be expelled
from school, period. Par-
ents, grandparents and
all who have school-age
children in your home or
who visit your home, lock
up, hide, and/or monitor
all the prescription drugs
you have in your home;
Prescription drugs such


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I as Loratab, Xanax,
Adderall are the
drugs of choice
for distributing,
selling, possessing
and taking in our
schools today. You
IIGPEN don't know how
Bord many students
ber that appear before
us tell us they got
it out of their par-
ent's medicine cabinet.
Please help us in
our effort to make our
schools drug free and
safe for all children.
Jennifer Wright, a
sophomore at Crestview
High School, was recog-
nized for winning first
place in the edible cen-
terpiece division of the
ProStart Culinary Team
Competition.
Cindy King, Okaloo-
sa County's Teacher of
the Year,,was recognized
by U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller's
representative, Helen
Rigdon.
Dr. Cheryl Seals,
our No Child Left Behind
specialist, presented a
pilot program from S4P
Synergy (an outreach of
Striving for Perfection
Ministries) to fund break-
fast or lunches for par-


' SCHOOL
BOARD
UPDATE
ents of all Level 1 and 2
Reading Students at Bob
Sikes Elementary School
beginning April 6 through
May 29. The goals set
forth are to build a rela-
tionship between the stu-
dent, parent and school,
to increase parental
involvement with parents
of these students and to
build rapport between
parents and the school
staff.
For the first time,
OCSD will offer a year-
long VPK program begin-
ning the 2009-10 school
year at Southside Ele-
mentary School. Children
must be 4 years of age
on or before September
1, 2009. Transportation
must be provided by par-
ents. For more informa-
tion, please call Kathy
Baird at 833-3889.
"School Board Up-
date" appears in the
News Bulletin following
meetings of the Okaloosa
County School District
board.


him ortant FactS About,.
Co onC cancer,
Dr. Ranjith Dissanayake, Cancer Specialist
Sacred Heart Medical Oncology, Group
Wednesday, April 1 11:30 a.m. 1-:00 p.m.
Crestview Community Center
located at 1446 Commerce Dr. in Cresiview


Thigpen: Zero tolerance

for drugs in local schools


Okaloosa County School District
Davidson eighth-grader Jay Vishwanath is
happy to be heading to state science fair compe-
tition.
Vishwanath and seven other north county
students were among the winners at the recent
Regional Science Fair and will advance to state
competition
Jay was looking for natural remedies against
bacteria, but was disappointed with the perfor-
mance of the spices he selected. "I'll try next year
with a higher concentration of the spices," he
said in an article for the Okaloosa County School
District.,
Jay's father, Sasikumar, a'physician in Crest-
view, grew up in India, where teachers are re-
yered and success in school is applauded. He
notes American children have the best resources
in the world, yet Hollywood has promoted an
anti-intellectual culture. "There's no equivalent
word for 'nerd' in any other language," he told
the school district. "They (smart students) are
treated as heroes in other countries."
In the United States, he says, people place a
very high value on achievement in sports, as com-
pared to academics. "Playing ball.will notget us
out of the recession or keep our position as world
leaders," he notes. "People around the world
don't respect us for our ability to play sports."


Regional Science Fair
North County Winners

Senior Division
Engineering: Materials and
SBioengineering Justin Gar-
land,, Crestview High School
Junior Division
Behavior and Social Sciences
Jeremy Cheney, Davidson-,
Middle School
Chemistry Daniel Reid,
Richbourg Middle School; Evan
Stegner, Davidson Middle School
Computer. Science Jona-
than Baughman, Davidson Mid-
die School
Mathematical Sciences -
Vishnu Sriram, Davidson Middle
School
Medicine & Health Sciences
' Ashley Grabowski, Davidson.
Middle School (with Rachel-Rehr
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Blackman's 'Quiet Man' honored by community


Special to the News Bulletin
Most communities have
one.
Someone who listens
more than verbalizes.
Someone who goes the
extra mile to help a young
couple rebuild an old house
to a livable condition.
Someone who gently
but firmly teaches the bet-
ter ways of farming or car-
pentry or machinery repair
to a person who is in need
of teaching, but does it in
a way that is never recog-
nized as instruction, just
suggestion.
Someone who is self-
taught through necessity
on ways to weld and invent
to suit his needs.
Someone vho is ready to
lend a hand to a neighbor in
need.
Someone who openly
and readily lends his equip-
ment.
Someone who doesn't
ask for anything for himself,
but asks what he can do to
help someone else.
Someone who never
speaks ill of anyone but
instead speaks well of


everyone.
Someone who has time
to just sit down with friends
and talk about whatever
might be the topic of the day
or not talk at all, depend-
ing on the need to listen.
The Blackman commu-
nity has such a resident
who has lived all his life in
the area. In fact, he has
lived the past 61 years at the
same mailing address.
The gentle giant is Cecil
Beck, better known as Cebo
or just plain Cecil.
On the bright spring
morning of March 21, a plan
that had been brewing for
more than two months came
to fruition when about 100 of
Beck's friends and neigh-
bors met at Blackman Com-
munity Center to honor him
with an appreciation day.
Much to the delight of
the planners, Beck was tru-
* ly surprised quite an ac-
complishment considering
all of the invitations were
verbally extended.
The day honored a man
who for years has given so
much of himself with so
many people.
As the day progressed


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
BECK HONORED: The Blackman community threw a celebration for longtime resident Cecil Beck March 21.


and lunch and desserts
settled in, many old friends
spenttime with Cecil, remi-
niscing about times gone
by. Many new and younger
friends spent time with
Beck just thanking him for
being who he is, a kind-
hearted man who loves


people.
Smiles, laughter, hugs
and tears were the order
of the day to honor a man
held in high esteem by so
many.
Observers could wit-
ness the love and respect
paid to a humble man, a


loving man, even a quiet
man, whose life and con-
tributions to a community
speaks volumes.
As the last dish was
cleared away and the last
car departed, many acco-
lades echoed in the mid-af-
ternoon air.


A special thanks to ev-
eryone who was involved
in making this a successful
day for a special man.

Read the comments
from the guests at the cele-
bration at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


George Gallmann Scott
passed away Sunday,
March 21,2099, of a heart,,
attack. He was 80 years old.
He is survived, by his
wife of 55 years, Patsy
Womack Scott; a son,
George G. Scott Jr.; and a
brother, John Havers Scott
Jr.
George Scott was born
July 8,1928, in Hattiesburg,
Miss. He was the son of
John Havers Scott and
Rebecca Evelyn Gallmann
Scott. After receiving
a degree in economics
from Millsaps College in
Jackson, Miss., he became
the auditor for Spanish
Trail Transport in Mobile,
Ala. In 1956 he moved to the
DeFuniak/Crestview area
to work for MR&R Trucking
Company, here he rose
to the position of secretary
,treasurer. In 1978, he'
opened accounting offices
in Crestview and DeFuniak
Springs. He continued
working in is Crestview
office until his death.
George Scott was a


301 N. Main St


member of the Chamber
of Commerce in both
Okaloosa and Walton
counties. He was a member
.of First Methodist Church
in Crestview 4nd was the
choir director there from
1966 to 1981. He was a past
president of the Crestview
Kiwanis Club, a member
of many professional
accounting organizations,
and has been listed in
Marquis "Who's .Who in
the South/Southeast" since
1973 and in "Who's Who in
.America" since 2000.
Funeral services were
held at Whitehurst-Powell
funeral Home chapel at 2
p.m. Thursday, March 26,
2009. The family received
friends one hour prpr to
the service.
The family requests
donations to the American
Heart Association or the
American Cancer society in
lieu of flowers.
Arrangements are
under the direction of
Whitehurst-Powell Ruieral
Home, Crestview.


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Crestview 'pioneer' gets a day of her own


- Velma K. Conyers honored

a Crestview News Bulletin

A Crestview pioneer was hon-
ored with a day of her own March


21.
About 150 people attended Vel-
ma K. Conyers' birthday celebra-
tion at Allen Park in Crestview.
Conyers, a Crestview resident for
86 years, turned 96 March 14.
Crestview City Council Mem-
ber Charles Baugh read a procla-
mation designating March 21 as
"Velma Conyers Day."

PROCLAMATION
Whereas, Saturday, March
21st, 2009, has been designated as
Velma K. Conyers Day; and
Whereas, Velma K. Conyers
has been a resident of the City of


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A DAY OF HER OWN: Crestview City
Council Member Charles. Baugh
Jr. presents Velma K. Conyers the
city proclamation of Velma K.
Conyers Day.' ,


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at 96th birthday celebration
Crestview, Okaloosa County, for
86 years; and Whereas, Velma K.
Conyers has served as Worthy
Matron of Crestview Chapter No.
7A (later named Velma K. Cony-
ers' Chapter No. 7 in her honor),
Order of the Eastern Star, Prince
Hall Affiliated, Bethlehem Grand
Chapter, for 47 years; and
Whereas Velma K. Conyers
will celebrate her 96th. birth-
day on March 14th, 2009, and be
counted among a very special
group of our society called pio-
neers; and
Now, therefore, I, Mayor David
Cadle, by virtue of the author-
ity vested in me as the Mayor of
the City of Crestview, Florida, do
hereby proclaim the day of March
21st, 2009, as Velma K. Conyers
Day.


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NORTH OKALOOSA

USDA FOOD GIVE-
AWAY: Today from 10 a.m.
until the monthly food al-
lowance has been given
out at New Beginnings
Church, 412 W James Lee
Blvd., Crestview. Details:
Jimmy Smith, 689-2988.
New Beginnings is an
equal opportunity provid-
er.
STRICT BURNING
AUTHORIZATIONS: The
Florida Division of Forest-
ry's Blackwater Forestry
Center announces that due
to increased wildfire ,dan-
ger throughout the state
more stringent: restric-
tions will be placed upon
the district's issuance of
burning authorizations. '
The authorizations are
required for certain types
of outdoor burning such as
agricultural, commercial
and land clearing. Pres-
ently ne burn bans are in
effect in the district; how-
ever, citizens are strongly
urged to take precautions
when conducting legal out-
door burns.
For more information
on outdoor burning, call
(850) 957-6145 or visit www.
fl-dof.com/wildfire.
WALKER ELEMEN-
TARY EVENTS: Walker
Day Care will be closed
until April 3. '
Spring Break is March
30 to April 3.
WALK THROUGH
FLORIDA: The Health &
Wellness Committee for
the Chamber of Commerce
is supporting a statewide
walking program called
"Walking- Through Flori-
da" from March 30 to May
23. Anyone can participate
if they can get together a
team of four people.
Details: Elaine Hill, 683-
3997.
SIGN UP FOR HEAD
START: Parents of chil-
dren who will be 5 years
old on' or before Sept. 1


may sign up their children
for kindergarten and the
summer VPK program
from April 6 to 10.
Registration may be
completed at any time dur-
ing the regular school day
at the school zoned for the
child's neighborhood.
You must present the
child's birth certificate, a
Florida certificate of im-
munization, a Social Se-
curity card and a school
physical (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. Sum-
mer VPK details: Michelle
Flaherty, 833-3627 or Kathy
Baird, 833-3889.
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 Econom-
ics" on April 7 at 5:30 p.m.
at Country Inn & Suites,
235 Rasberry Road, Crest-
view. Dinner will be pro-
vided.
You must R.S.VP by
April 1 to Lauren at 301-
1309 due to limited space.
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APRIL 11: The Crestview
High School cheerleaders,
will sponsor the Old Span-
ish Trail Kings & Queens
Pageant April 11, with the
0- to 5-year-olds group at 2
p.m. and 6- to 21-year-olds
group at 6 p.m. The dead-
line to enter is April 4 at
noon, no exceptions.
The pageant is un-
der the direction of M&D
Events (www.events-
md.com). For details, call
682-0031, 682-6129 or 682-
.2175.
EASTER BASKETS:
Local banks and Emerald
Coast Hospice are working
together to make Easter
baskets for Hospice pa-
tients.
Drop off bath care
items, (soaps, lotions, pow-
ders, etc.), Easter candy,


stuffed animals, and emp-
ty or filled Easter baskets
to be delivered to hospice
patients. Details: Ann
O'Connor, Emerald Coast
Hospice, 689-0300.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: in Okaloosa County
are listed below. Call
1 (800) 773-7620 for details
on any of these events.
Babysitter'sBootcamp
- April 2-4,9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Standard First Aid
with CPR, Adult, Child, and
Infant April 3, 7 a.m. to 3
p.m.; April 4,8 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
April 11, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
April 25, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pet First Aid April 3,
6 to 9:30 p.m.
Standard First Aid w/
CPR-Adult April 4,8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. or April 15, 10:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bloodborne Pathogens
- April 6, 6 to 8 p.m.
*, CPR-Adult April 8
or 15 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
April 13 or 28, 6 to 9 p.m.;
CPR/AED-Adult
April 7, 6 to 10 p.m.
CPR, Child and Infant
- April 10, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Lay Responder In-
structor Course April 18
and 20-25; -
Standard First Aid with
CPR/AED, Adult and Child
w/ CPR-Infant April 18, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
Babysitter's Training
- April 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CPR, Adult, Child, and
Infant'- April 21 and 23, 6
to9p.m.
CPR/AED For the Pro-
fessional Rescuer April
25,8 a.m. to,5 p.m.
Lifeguard classes will
also be held in April. Call for
,details.
CRISIS HOTLINE/
RAPE CRISIS CEN-
TER calls are answers 24
hours a day, 7 days a week
by trained volunteers and
mental health profession-
als. The hotline maintains
a referral bank of over 500
referral resources avail-
able in this immediate area.
All calls are anonymous.
If you need to talk please
call 682-0101 or 244-9191 .


the parachutists who landed
at the high school football
field. "It was a really neat ex-
perience to see the town from
the air. The skies opened up
and we could hear the kids
screaming."
Superintendent of
Schools Alexis Tibbetts pre-
sented the Black Daggers
with a proclamation from
the School Board and super-
intendent's office and a black
dagger inscribed with the
words "From Fort Bragg to
the beaches," welcoming the
7th SFG to Okaloosa County.
Tuesday they dropped
from the sky over Jack Fos-
ter Stadium. Wednesday
they dropped in on the Crest-
view Area Chamber of Com-
merce.
The soldiers mingled
with community and busi-
ness leaders who were all
eager to welcome the van-
guard of the forces that will
soon make Crestview and
the north end of the county
their ,home. The soldiers
were duly impressed by the
outpouring of hospitality.
"When the Special Opera-
tions Command moves down
here; I know they're going
to love it here," said Sgt. 1st.
Class David Rose. Rose is
the only current member
of the Black Daggers who
will ultimately be stationed
in the Crestview area when


the SOC moves here in two
years.
"Everybody's so look-
ing forward to coming down
here," Sgt. Fandher added.
"The rest of the people at the
unit up in Fort Bragg are so
jealous!"
Crestview city council
member Charles Baugh felt
right at home with the visit-
ing soldiers.
"I deployed on two sepa-
rate occasions with the 160th
(Special Operations Aviation
Regiment), so I have a little
familiarity with these guys,"
Baugh said.
"We're seeing each stage
of the move. They keep say-
ing 'The Seventh is coming!
The Seventh is coming!'
Baugh said. "Now we're
finally seeing some of the
members. We welcome them
with open arms."
Council member Linda
Parker shared his excite-
ment.
"I was thrilled by the per-
formance yesterday and we
can't wait to have them here'
with us," she said. "We're
honored to have them com-
ing here."
"I think they're going to
be a very positive addition
to our town," added Council
member Bob Allen.
The formal groundbreak-
ing ceremony itself was
Thursday afternoon.


Features in the new
600,000-square-foot campus
near Duke Field will include
a gymnasium, dining facility
and two group headquarters.
With more than 500 acres,
the 7th SFG (A) will have
room to grow.
"It'll be a city within a
city," said Kirk Hazen, vice
president and southeast
district manager at Hensel
Phelps Construction Co. The
Orlando-based company will
serve as general contractors
for the 30-month project.
Plans included a $15 mil-
lion water expansion proj-
ect and connecting roads to
improve traffic, according to
Parker.
"We're truly excited in
the city of Crestview for the
arrival of Army 7th Special
Forces," Crestview Mayor
David Cadle said earlier in
the week "I met with (Lt.
Col. Gary Bloomberg) and
the advance people who
will be moving to Crestview
this summer and welcomed
them on behalf of city. They
indicated all the personnel
from Fort Bragg will be real
excited about making this
their destination, especially
when they report in person
what a great community this
is.
Welcome the 7th Special
Forces by posting a note at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Important Facts About .
Co on Cancer,
Dr. Ranjifh Dissanayake, Cancer Specialist
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Wednesday, April 1 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
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Legal # 100546
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Verdot' VI, LLC, as
holder 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 of the prop-
erty is as follows:


Certificate # 2402 c
2006 Assessed ti
TCA CREDIT, INC
Description: BEG SV
COR OF NW1/4 0
SE1/4 OF SEC 2E
T4N, R23W, ETC
Parcel ID*
28-4N-23-0000-0016-
0050 Opening Bic
$2,081.85
TDA Case #: 2009 T
000030 C -
All of said property bi
ing in the County c
Okaloosa, State of Flo
ida.1
Unless the certificate'
redeemed according
law, the 'property di
scribed in the certi
cate will be sold to th
highest bidder in th
BCC Board Meetin
Room at the Okaloos
County Courthous
Crestview, Florida
10:00 a.m. on Frida
April 24, 2009. Regi
tration begins at 9:3
am.
Dated this 5th day
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF. THE CIl
CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, De
uty Clerk

03/14/09
03/21/09
03/28/09
04/04/09


Legal # 100560
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA CASE
08-DR-7066
BREE SMALLWOOD
Petitioner


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STEVEN
CARDER
Respondent


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AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR PE-
TITION TO ESTAB-
LISH SOLE CUSTODY
To: STEVEN WAYNE
CARDER
current address un-
known; last known ad-
dress is:
115 Turning Point
Stockbride, GA 30281
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to Georgia Thomas,
RA. whose address Is


111 SE Ferry Road, Description: HARRIS- Legal # 100567 Personal Representa-
Suite B, Fort Walton BURG ESTATES SEC tive
Beach, Florida, 32548 36, T4N, A24W ETC IN THE CIRCUIT 115 Choctaw Cove
on or before April 27, Parcel ID#: COURT OF-THE Valparaiso, Florida
2009, and file the origi- 36-4N-24-0000-0002 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 32580
nal with the Clerk of -A01C Opening Bid:. CUIT, IN AND FOR
this Court at 1250 N. $2,827.75 OKALOOSA COUNTY, MICHAEL A. JONES,
Eglin Parkway, TDA Case #: 2009 TD FLORIDA CASE NO. ESQ.
Shalimar, Florida 000053 C NO. 09-CA-247S POST OFFICE BOX
32579, before service All of said property be- 947 I
on Petitioner or immer ing in the County of IN RE: ESTATE OF:- NICEVILLE, FL
diately thereafter. If you Okaloosa, State of Flor- EARL CAMPBELL TAL- 32588-0947
fall to do so, a default ida. BOT SR 850-729-7440
may be entered against Unless the certificate is Deceased. Florida Bar No. 332471
you for the relief de- redeemed according to Attorney for Personal
minded in the petition. law, the property de- NOTICE TO CREDI- Representative
scribed in the certifi- TORS
Copies of all court doc- cate will be sold to the 03/25/09
uments in'this case, in- highest bidder in the The administration of 04/08/09
cluding orders, are BCC Board Meeting the estate of EARL
available at' the Clerk of Room at the Okaloosa CAMPBELL /TALBOT
the Circuit Court's of- County Courthouse, SR.,. deceased, is.
lfice. You may review Crestview, Florida at pending in the Circuit
these documents upon 10;00 a.m. on Tuesday, Court for Okaloosa Legal # 100597
request. April 28, 2009. Regis- County, Florida, Pro-
tration begins at 9:30 bate Division, the ad- IN THE CIRCUIT
You must keep the am. dress of which is 1250 COURT OF THE
Clerk of Court's Office North Eglin Parkway, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
notified of your current Dated this 18th day of Okaloosa County CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
address. (You may file March, 2009. Courthouse Annex, AND FOR OKALOOSA
Notice of Current Ad-? Shalimar, Florida COUNTY CASE NO.
dress, Florida Family! DON W. HOWARD 32579. The names and 2008-CA-2700
Law Form 12.915) Fu- CLERK OF THE CIR- address of the Personal
ture papers in this law- CUIT COURTS Representative 'and the SUNTRUST MORT-
suit will be mailed to By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- P e r s o n a I GAGE INC. DBA
the. address on 'record uty Clerk .Representative's attor-, SUNTRUST BANK,
at the clerk's office. ney are set forth below.
Plaintiff,
WARNING: Rule 03/28/09 All creditors of-the de-.
12.285, Florida Family 04/04/09 cedent and other per-, vs. TERRY C. HARRIS
Rule of Procedure, re- 04/11/09 sons having claims or et. al.
quired certain auto- 04/18/09 demands against Defendants.
matic disclosure of decedent's estate, in-
documents and infor- cluding unmatured, NOTICE OF FORE-
mation. Failure to cornm- contingent or unliqui- CLOSURE SALE
ply can result in sanc- dated claims, on whom
tions, including dis- Legal # 100565 a copy of this notice is NOTICE IS HEREBY
missal or striking of ADVERTISEMENT OF. served, must file their GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
pleadings.. OMPETIO claims with this Court nal Judgment of Fore-
COMPLETION WITHIN THE .LATER closure dated March 6,
Dated; March 12, 2009 AERO TRAINING & OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 2009, and entered in
THE DATE OF FIRST Case No. 2008 CA
DON W. HOWARD RENTAL, INC. FSHOREPUBLICATION OF 2700, of the Circuit
CLERK OF CIRCUIT 537 -GULFSHORE THIS NOTICE OR 30 Court of the First Judi-
COURT DRIVE, DESTINY, FL DAYS AFTER THE cial Circuit in and for
By: Beth McDonald 32541 DATE OF SERVICE Okaloosa County, Flor-
S. OF A COPY OF THIS ida. wherein
03/21/09 gives notice .of comple- NOTICE ON THEM. SUNTRUST MORT-
03/28/09 tion of BONE CREEK GAGE, INC. DBA,.
04/04/09 ROAD REPAIRS. All other creditors of SUNTRUST BANK, is a
04/11/09 n t r a c t the 'decedent and Plaintiff and TERRY C.
SOK-OCT7-STORM- otherpersonss having HARRIS; ROMINA P.
Claims or demands HARRIS are the De-
CR2-05 against decedent's es- fendants. I will sell tot
Legal # 100562 and sets April 23 of tate, including unma- he highest and best
Legal and ses a 2 oftured, contingent or un- bidder for cash at

NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2009 as the date of fi liquidated claims, must Okaloosa County
TION FOR TAX DEED nal settlement file their claims with the Courthouse, front door.
SCourt WITHIN 3 101 E. James Lee
Notice is hereb Yellow River Soil and MONTHS AFTER THE Blvd., Crestview, FL at
that Sauternes V, LLC District owner) ovation .DATE OF THE FIRST 11:00 am on April 16
'as holder of thefolowDstrct (Owner) PUBLICATION, OF 2009, the following de-
in certificate, has fled hn John Beeider g-THIS NOTICE. scribed property as set
said certificate for a Tax schneider o forth in said Final Judg-
Deed to be issued 1759 South FerdonALL CLAIMSAND OB- ment, to wit:
thereon. The certificate Crestviw, FI 32536 JECTIONS NOT SO
number and year of is- LEtview, 32536D WILL BEFOR- LOT 15, BLOCK B,
suanc, the name in Dawn Coghy EVER BARRED. HERITAGE PLANTA-
which the property is Secretary
assessed and the de- cretary The date of first publi- CORDING TO THE
scription of the prop- 03/25/09 cation on this notice is PLAT THEREOF, RE-
rtyis as follows prop- 03/25/09arch 28, 2009. CORDED IN PLAT
Certificate # 2698 of 04/01/09 BOOK 22, PAGE 68,
2006 Assessed to: D n04/08/09 EARL TALBOT JR. OF THE PUBLIC REC-


& B, LLC


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
ATAbsolutely,
B-Beautiful,
C-Carpet"
Guaranteed. Lic/ Ins.
Free Estimates.
(850) 689-2732


Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
house/apartment. Free
Estimates. Refs
850-398-6230






Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
Estimate. Lic/Ins
850-685-6248



Stamped Concrete
Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate. Slabs,
Power washing.
Remove, Replace &
Repair. Lic/Ins Free est.
305-1258


Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383




Bella Lawn Care
Crestview area.
Res./Comm.
*Lic. & Ins. Call Mike
689-3019 or 612-0311
Farm Direct
Centipede, Zoysia, St.
Augustine, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms
LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping, Ir-
rigation, Palm Tree
installation Sod, Dirt
work, Bob Cat Ser-


Searching for lawn
work, tree trimming,
etc. call 537-8616 ask
for Metch.
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE INC.
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning, One time or
year round. Discount
w/annual contract.
LIC/INS. 537-4419 or
305-8599 Ref. Avail.

Yard Dirt
10 yards delivered
Call 758-1477



Robert Brewer
Plumbing
Hot water heater
repair's, Gas & Ele..
Warranty service on all
major brands. call
682-8683 or 830-2631


vices, Trenching &.
Debris Hauling.
Free Estimates. Fox Trot Tree Service
Call 865-3266 or No job to large or
682-7316 Lic, In- small, Free Estimates.
sured, Owner Brad LIC/INS. Call Paul
Overly 850-398-7677

Mower &Gas pow-
ered Tool Repair Oj
Your location. 6e l'
850-758-0397
TNT Metal
Rasbury Lawn Buildings
Service General
cleanup mowing, Will match
trimming, pruning, competitors
Lic & Ins. Ref availa- ri
ble. Free estimates price!
682-1302 or 398-0687 (850)983-2296


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Saturday, March 28, 2009


ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Any person claiming an
interest In the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the I1s pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
Dated this 9 day of
March, 2009
'IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
-Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should no later than
seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL. 32579.
If hearing impaired,
contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System
Ben Ezra & Katz.RA
2901 Stirling Rd. Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Flor-
ida 33312
Tel e p h o n e
305-770-4100 o
Fax:305-653-2329
03/21/09
03/28/09


LEGAL #120189
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE
NO.:46-2009-CA-00029
0 DIVISION: FILE
NO.:F08107034
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE, ON BE-
HALF OF THE HOLD-
ERS OF THE HOME
EQUITY .. ASSET
TRUST 2007-21HOME
E Q U I T Y
-PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2007-2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ESTEPHAN DAHER ,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
ESTEPHAN DAHER-
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4507 BOCA
DRIVE
NICEVILLE, FL 32578
CURRENT ADDRESS:'
4507 BOCA DRIVE,
NICEVILLE, FL 32578
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,


AND AGAINST THE this proceeding should
HEREIN NAMED INDI- contact Court Adminis-
VIDUAL DEFEND- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
KNOWN TO BE DEAD 32579; telephone num-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER ber (850) 651-7497,
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- prior to the proceeding.
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS 03/21/2009 -
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- 03/28/2009
VISEES, GRANTEES, ________
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS ILEGAL#120190
LAST KNOWN A IN THE CIRCUIT
DRESS: UNKNOWN COURT OF THE
CURRENT ADDRESS: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
UNKNOWNT CUIT
UNKNOWN, IN AND FOR
YOU ARE NOTIFIED OKALORIOSA COUNTY,
that an action to fore- CIVIL ACTIONRIDA
close a mortgage on CIVIL ACTIONASE
the following property NO.:46-2009CA-00062
Florida:. ty 1 DIVISION: FILE NO.:
LOT 21, PARKWOOD F09007422
COVE AT BLUEWATER WELLS FARGO BANK,
BAY, ACCORDING TO WELLS FARGO BANK,
THE PLAT THEREOF NA,.
AS RECORDED 'IN Plaintiff,
PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE
80, PUBLIC RECORDS vs.
OF OKALOOSA JOEL K. MARINES
COUNTY, FLORIDA JOEL N
has been filed against A/K/A. JOEL KEVIN
you and you are re- MARTDefendant(s).
quired to 'serve a copy Defendants).
of your. written ode NOTICE OF ACTION
senses, if any, on or
before April 24, 2009
on Florida Default Law TO: K. MARTNE
Group, P.L., Plaintiff's JOEL K. MARTINES
attorney, whose ad- A/K/A JOEL KEVIN
dress is 9119 Corpo- MARTINEZOWN AD
rate Lake Drive, Suite LAST .KNOWN. AD-
300, Tampa, Florida DRESS: 36070 EM-
33634, and file the orig- ERALD. COAST PARK-
inal' with this Court ei- WAYTN FL
their before service on DESTIN, FL
Plaintiff's attorney or 325411466
immediately thereafter; CURRENT ADDRESS:
otherwise a default will CURRENT ADDRESS:
be 'entered against you UNKNOWN'
for the relief demanded AY AND ALL UN-
in the Complaint or pe- ANY AND ALLRTIES
tuition. KNOWN PARTIES
This notice shall be CLAIMING BY,
published once each THROUGH, UNDER,
week for two consecu- AND AGAINST THED
tive weeks in the Crest- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Cret-nVIDUAL DEFEND-
view News Bulletin. ANT WHO ARE NOT
WITNESS my hand and ANTWNWO BE DEAD
the seal of this Court KNO N TO BE DEAD
on this 10 day of OR ALIVE, WHETHER
Maron th,210 of SAID UNKNOWN. PAR-
March, TIES MAY CLAIM AN


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Lae
Group, RL
RO. Bo) 25018 -
Tampa, .Florid,
3362215018
IMPORTANT
'In accordance with the
Americans 'with Disa
abilities .Act,. persons
with disabilities need
ing special, accommo
dation. to participate ir
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis'
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East
Crestview,, FL
q2536-3515; telephone
number ~(850:
689-5000, Extensior
7497, prior to the -pro
ceeding.' or Shalima
(850) 651-7497.
IMPORTANT
In accordance with th<
Americans' with Disa
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities, need
ing special accommo
dation to participate ir


INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
a CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN,
YOU -ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
- close a mortgage on
Sthe following property
- in OKALOOSA Couhty,
Florida:
n LOT 7, FIRST ADDI-
TION TO CHOC-
TAWMAR SUBDIVI-
SION, ACCORDING TO
'.THE PLAT 'THEREOF,
' AS RECORDED IN
PLAT. BOOK 4, PAGE
6, OF. THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
" FLORIDA.
AND
THE SOUTH 20.00
FEET OF THE PLAT-
TED 100 FEET OF
FIRST AVENUE
s RIGHT-OF-WAY LYING
- ADJACENT TO LOTS
S3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 AND 11,
FIRST ADDITION TO


CHOCTAWMAR S.D.,
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE
6, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
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. May 4, 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 consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 18 day of
March, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court-
By:Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group; RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
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 Disa-
bilities 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.
3/28/2009
4/4/2009



B4 Eyes.
Wet Noses.
Warm Hearts.


LEGAL#120191 for the relief demanded of the FIRST Judicial
in the Complaint or pe- Circuit in and for
IN THE CIRCUIT tition. OKALOOSA County,
COURT OF THE This notice shall be Florida wherein
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- published once each CHASE HOME Fl-
CUIT week for two consecu- NANCE LLC, Is the PErS& ANIMALS
IN AND FOR tive weeks in the Crest- Plaintiff and LISA M.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, view News Bulletin. DELLAMANO; are 210 0- Pets
FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and the Defendants, I will 2110- Pets: Free to
CIVIL ACTION CASE the seal of this Court sell to the highest and 2120- Pet Supplies
NO.:46-2009-CA-00058 on this 18 day of best bidder for cash 2130 FarmAnimals/
5 DIVISION: FILE March, 2009. at IN FRONT OF Supplies
NO.:F09008122 CLERK'S FRONT 2140- Pets/Livestock
Don W. Howard DOOR OF SHALIMAR Wanted
U.S. BANK NATIONAL Clerk of the Court ANNEX at 11:00AM, 2150- Pet Memorials
ASSOCIATION, AS on the 29 day of April,
TRUSTEE FOR THE By: Beth McDonald 2009, the following
C-BASS MORTGAGE As Deputy Clerk described property as
LOAN ASSET-BACKED set forth in said Final | 2100
CERTIFICATES, Florida Default Law Judgment:
SERIES 2006-CB6, Group, RL. LOT 1, BLOCK 3, For Sale: Reg. CKC
Plaintiff, RO. Box 25018 VESTA HEIGHTS AC- C h i h u a h u a
Tampa, Florida CORDING TO THE puppies.Long and
vs. 33622-5018 PLAT THEREOF AS Short hair Call
RECORDED IN PLAT 850-902-7275
JERRY CASE COOPER IMPORTANT BOOK 2, PAGE 86 OF
A/K/A CASE COOPER In accordance with the THE PUBLIC REC- -
A/K/A JERRY C. Americans with Disa- ORDS OF OKALOOSA s '
COOPER, et-al, abilities Act, persons COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2110
Defendant(s). with disabilities need-
ing special accommo- A/K/A 104 LONDON Free to good home,
dation to participate in AVENUE NW, FORT fixed female. up to date
NOTICE OF ACTION this proceeding should WALTON BEACH, FL on shots 4yrs old.
contact Court Adminis- 325480000 House broken, call
TO: ration at 101 James 398-5644
PAM COOPER A/K/A Lee Boulevard East, Any person claiming
PAMELA C: COOPER Crestview, FL, an interest in the sur- "
LAST KNOWN AD- 32536-3515; telephone plus from the sale, if \
DRESS: 436 RIDGE- number (850) any, other than the
WOOD CIRCLE 689-5000, Extension property owner as of
DESTIN, FL- 32541. 7497, prior to the pro- the date of the Lis
ceeding. or Shalimar Pendens must file a
CURRENT ADDRESS: (850) 651-7497 claim within sixty (60),
UNKNOWN days after the sale. S* a
IMPORTANT WITNESS MY HAND
ANY AND ALL UN- In accordance with the and the seal of this I -RcHAiDIE
KNOWN PARTIES Americans with Disa- Court on March 18, 3100 -Antiques
CLAIMING BY, abilities Act, persons 2009. 3110 Appliances
THROUGH, UNDER, with disabilities need- 3120,- Arts & Crafts
AND AGAINST THE ing special accommo- Don W. Howard 3130 -Auctions
HEREIN NAMED INDI- dation to participate in Clerk of the Circuit 3140 Baby Items
VIDUAL DEFEND- this proceeding should Court 3150 Building Supplies
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT .contact Court Adminis- 3160- Business
KNOWN TO BE DEAD tration at 1250 N. Eglin By:VlckI Jackson 3170 Equipment
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Deputy Clerk 3180 -Computers
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 32579; telephone num- 3190 Electronics
TIES MAY CLAIM AN' ber (850) 651-7497, Florida Default Law 3200 Firewood
INTEREST AS prior to the proceeding. Group, P.L. 3220 Furniture
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- P.O. Box 25018 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
'VISEES, GRANTEES, 3/2812009 Tampa, Florida 3240- Guns .
OR OTHER CLAIM- 4/4/2009 33622-5018 3250 Good Things to Eat
ANTS 3260 Health & Fitness
_IMPORTANT 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
w 3280 Machinery/
LAST KNOWN AD- In accordance with3280- Equipment
DRESS: UNKNOWN the Americans with 3290 Medical Equipment
LEGAL#120192 Disabilities Act, per- 3300 Miscellaneous
CURRENT ADDRESS: sons with disabilities 3310 Musical Instmments
UNKNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT needing special ac- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
COURT OF THE commodation to par- Supplies
YOU ARE NOTIFIED FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ticipate in this pro- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
that an action to fore- CUlT ceeding should con- 3340 Sporting Goods
close a mortgage on IN AND FOR tact Court Administra- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
the following property OKALOOSA COUNTY, tion at 101 James Lee
in OKALOOSA County, FLORIDA Boulevard,, East, S
Florida: CIVIL ACTION CASE Crestview, FL,
LOT 20, BLOCK D, NO. 2007-CA-006012S 32536-3515; tele- I .3150
RIDGE WOOD DIVISION: FILE phone numlier (850) Steel Building Pkg
MANOR ACCORDING NO.F07063876 689-5000, Extension 18X21 Door & Anchor
TO ,THE PLAT 7497, prior to the pro- Bolt Incl. Reg $8,200.
THEREOF RECORDED CHASE HOME FI- ceeding. or Shalimar Now $4,845 + Code
IN PLAT BOOK 12, NANCE LLC, (850) 651-7497 Adj. Other Sizes Avail.
PAGE 69, IN THE PUB- Plaintiff, Big & Small Same
LIC RECORDS OF IMPORTANT D i s c .
OKALOOSA COUNTY, In accordance with www.scg-grp.com
FLORIDA vs. the Americans with S o u r c e # 1 3 0
has been filed against Disabilities Act, per- Phone#:850-391-0204
you and you are re- sons with disabilities
quired to serve a copy LISA M. DELLAMANO, needing special ac-
of your written de- et al, commodation to par-
fenses, if any, on or Defendant(s). ticipate in this pro-
before, May 4, 2009 on' ceeding should con-
Florida. Default Law NOTICE 'OF RE- tact Court Administra- $490 Sofa & Loveseat
Group, RL., Plaintiff's SCHEDULED FORE- tion at, 1250 N. Eglin set Microfiber, new in
attorney, whose ad- CLOSURE SALE Parkway,. Shalimar, bo. Lifetime warr. Can
dress is 9119 Corpo- FL, 32579; telephone deliver. 850-471-0330
rate Lake Drive, Suite NOTICE IS HEREBY number (850)
300, Tampa, Florida GIVEN pursuant to an 651-7497, prior to the Mattress, NEW Queen
33634, and file the orig- Order Rescheduling proceeding. Pillowtop .w/foundation.,
;r,ni w;ih ihis Court ei- Foreclosure Sale Factory sealed. Warr.
Iner beicore service on dated March 16, 2009 3/28/2009 $165. 850 471-0330,
Planimii's attorney or and entered in Case 4/4/2009
Brand-Name--i------


immediately -hereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you


NO. 2007 CA 006012
S of the Circuit Court


Brand Name Pillowtop
Set, King, still in plas-
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850-255-3050


Funky "Click"
Couch/Futon
It's Back!!
I didn't sell it before
but now I'm ready to.
Super cool converti-
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different settings pos-
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design with neutral
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Great for smaller
spaces. Exc. cond.
Can e-mail a picture.
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Sat. March 28th 8am
Until, 396 Cedar Ave.
East (Rear of building)
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a Y olBank Owned Prop- No Formal
Crestvlew- 2 br, 1,5 ba M AEY rtles Free Lists Qualifying
TH, $750 ma+dd, No Cellstate Gulfcoast Crestview
smoke/ pets$ Near Realty 850-472-2500 4br, 3ba
Walker Elm. 240Na0890 Samson, Alabama Only $3750 down.
Walker lem. 2400890 on 3/4 acre $994 mo pi + tax/ins.
corner lot w/lots of iT, ,. Upgraded Kitchen.
shade. Porches front & V. ad 4269 Antioch. Well
back 1600 sq. It. living South of 1-10. Peek In.
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Brick, 8 mi east, of town
$800 me + dep Call
850 682-0475


334-898-2804 for info.
Why Rent? You can
buy $3750 down. See
ad In homes for sale.



Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo includes all
utils & cable. Call
689-8978



16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba,
W/D hook ups, CH&A,
$695 /mo., $500 dep.
682-1266 or 978-3196
Crestvlew Large
3BR/2BA Doublewide
on Highland Hills Rd.
Ref. & L.D. Req.
tfr.mo + itl$800. dd


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-
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w/all brick hearth,
vaulted, ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
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RECREATIONAL 140k miles, 5 speed
8100-Antique & Collectibles w/four doors. Car is 10-
8110- Cars cated in Baker Fl
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles $1500. O.B.O. Call
8130 Trucks 251-459-4451
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
160o Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats | 8120
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats Jeep Rubicon
8240- Boat & Marine 2006
Supplies 20
8245- Boat Slips & Docks 6 speed manual, 29K
8310 Aircraft/Aviation mi, ext war, CD
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles changer, satellite radio,
8330 Campers & Trailers white w/ blk soft top
8340 Motorhomes (619) 204-1406


61 00 Businesslt 1.. .... ..
Commercial Call 428-6023 Holt 2bd 2 1/2 ba,
6110 Apartments Crestview- 3br, 2ba on Brick, 1 acre 475 US
6120 -Beach Rentals half acre. New paint. y Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq
6130 CondolTownhouse Fenced, sm pet ok r EI I ft of heated and air
6140 House Rentals $895 mo+dd 217-7344 NE[W T' c9nditioned- area. 2 car
6150 Roommate Wanted garage, storage build-
6170- Mob omse/ ltoet Garden City 3BR/2BA ing at rear of. property
6180- Out-ut-Town Rentals $600. moe+ dd Call 210. ft on US Hwy 90
190 Timeshare Rentals 652-4374 west house and land in
8200 Vacation Rentals perfect condition.
S' F $150,000 call 862-9013
rt A O 862-3303

Crestlview- 4 br, 2 ba Holt area, 3BR/2BA L
Crestview home. ONLY $850 mo! Single wide w/cjty
Office Space Call Jenny at Pelican water, paved road. Individual wants to
Eight offices now avail- Real Estate 315-0972 C/H/A. $600, m $600 ndividualsetfor
able in McLains Office dd 'Call between vestment Call
Plaza. Rental rate. in- 6:00prrl,- 9:00pm HM 651-0987
eludes utilities, com- 537-3335 or 978-0016 651-0987
mon area and niainte-
nance. 682-0791 Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba, .,


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1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575 mo i $550dep. 12
mo lee req. 585-6985
Brookemeade Villas
Apts.
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2 BR
apartments for the eld-
erly, handicapped &
disabled. 102 Noble
Circle, Crestview, FL
32539. Call
850-689-2272, TDD/TTy
711. Equal Housing
Opportunity. '
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Housing community for
senior citizens (age 62
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and we are always ac-
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carpeted, have 'central
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Rent is based on in-
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is required. $250.
non-refundable pet fee.
SMALL PET ONLY Util-
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and garbage. Crest-
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371 W. Hickory Ave-
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interested, call
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& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
High School baseball
Paxton at Baker (DH),
3:30 p.m.
High School softball
Crestview Spring Tourney
at,CHS, 4 p.m./6 p.m.
Tuesday
High School softball.
Crestview Spring Tourney
at CHS,4 p.m./6 p.m.

BRIEFS
Korean Martial Arts
The Gordon Martial Arts
Family Center will host the
third annual Korean Martial
Arts Festival April 17-19.
The festival will include
workshops and seminars on a
variety of topics dealing with
.Korean stylists.
Pre-registration cost is $85
through March 31 .After that
the cost is $99..
For more information
call 682-0720 or visit www.
GordonMartialArts.com.

5K Run for a Cause
The Mosaic Church of
Crestview will sponsor the
inaugural Run for a Cause on\
April 18 at the Old Spanish
Trail Park in Crestview.
There also will be I -mile
fun run for the kids.
The 5K starts at 8:30 a.m.
and the fun run at 9:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the run
will benefit the Crestview
Pregnancy Center and will help
build a'well in Mali, Africa.
" Cost of the 5K is $15
if pre-registered by April I.'
There will be a $20 late fee
for those registering after
April l.The fun run fee is $ 10.
Runners who pre-
registered are guaranteed a
T-shirt
i For more information
e-mail race director Kinetta
Johnson at kinerta@
mosaiccrestview.com.

Tee Off For American
Heart Association
Okaloosa Public Works
employees are sponsoring a
4-person scramble fund-
raiser for the American Heart
Association on April 10.
Show time is noon.Teams
will tee off at 12:30 p.m.
Cost of the tournament is
$55 per team member ($45
for Foxwood CC members)
and includes green and cart
fees as well as great food.
Teams will be flighted A, B
or C aecording'to handicaps.
There will also be a 50/50
raffle and an auction to
benefit the AHA.
Deadline'for registration
is April 3.,
For more information
contact Cindy Halsey at
651-7394 or B.J.Thomhave at
682-2012.

BAYA Fun Day
The annual BakerArea
Youth Association (BAYA) Fun
Day will be May 2 from 9 a.m.
5 p.m.at the BAYA ball fields.
The day will include games,
food, raffles, water slide,
obstacle course, SpongeBob
moonwalk and much more.
For details contact Jim
Wagner at 537-4549.
Foxwood Ladies Golf
Assoc. tournament
The 2009 Foxwood Ladies
GolfAssociation tournament
is scheduled for May 13 at
Foxwood.
Lady golfers from across
Northwest Florida and South
Alabama are expected to
participate in the tournament
that has between 80-100
participants each year.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
available for $100. Silver
sponsorships are $50.
For more information
contact FLGA president
Beverly Coyne at 683-9640 or
tournament chairwoman Faye
Thomas at 682-0705.


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin


STRONG ARM: Lauren Griffith on the mound for the Lady Gators.


FuelingFIRE


Now that she's an upperclass-
man Griffith has stepped into a new
role.
"She's starting to emerge as
one of.the leaders on our team as
far as trying to coach the younger
kids and all," Carlisle said. "It's al-
most, in some respects, like having
another coach on the field because
she directs a lot of things. And she
expects a lot out of people as well."
Griffith sees her leadership role
as being a simple one.
"I just try to encourage every-.
body and get them to do the right
thing and keep them up during the
game," she said.
Griffith believes the Gators have
sonie work to do if they want to fin-
ish the season strong
"I think we've played well," she
said, "but I honestly thought we'd
be playing a little bit better. We've
made some errors that cost us
some games, but we are playing all
right.
"I want to go as far as we can.
First we have to win district. But we
have to play good ball after that (the
district) and win out."
Griffith is more than just an ath-
lete. She's a student first, carrying
better than a 4.0 weighted GPA.
Carlisle knows when he takes
inventory of the Gator program
at the end of this season it will be
somewhat bittersweet.
"At the end of this year we'll sit
down and say we've only got her for
one more year," he said. "That's go-
ing to hurt. I'm glad she's still here
and she is the player that she is.
"She's worked hard to get to
where she is. She's been a joy to
have."


Golf Tips

FROM THE PRO


Release the hands

for extra distance

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Everyone is looking for a little
extra length off the tee with the
drive. In this week's Golf Tips
from the Pro, Heritage Plan-
tation PGA teaching 'pro Jeff
Marks discusses how to get the
most distance on your drive.

We are going to talk about how to
get a little extra power driving off the
tee. It's a little simple tip, but no matter
what kind of golf swing you have, as long
as your club is swung from inside the
target line, this tip will help anybody.
What you want to do is a lay a club
down. Even better, instead of a club we
are going to lay down an old club shaft,
a straight stick or something of no value
in case we hit the object so it won't do
any damage.
That club will depict your target line,
so it should point straight down your
target line -the middle of the fairway
in this case.
What we want'to do with this drill
is to feel like the club head is coming
inside the target line to the golf ball and
then the hands releasing on impact.This
will give you a little more zip and a little
more height.
One way to hit the ball far is to
hit it fairly high. If you hit the ball low,
sometimes on Bermuda grass it doesn't .
do very well because if it comes in low
anid catches the grain of the grass, it's
going to slow down the roll of the ball.
Bermuda grass is a hardy grass, and
it tends to slow down the ball anyway
when it hits the fairway.
Again, what you are trying to do is
you are trying to swing the club head
from inside the target line at impact and
then release your hands like you would
when you-throw a ball overhand.
Where people get in trouble is when
they try to hit with the upper body.
The shoulders tend to open up toward
the target too soon, throwing club
head outside the target line.That's why
golfers hit pull hooks or slices.
You want to try and feel the club
head is coming from behind you,
pretty much like you would if you
were throwing a knockout punch as
a boxer, or like you would throw a
football. If you are going to throw a
40-yard pass, you are going to throw
it in a rotary motion from behind the
body.
It is very important to. feel like your
legs are your starting move toward.
your target.Your shoulders shouldn't
be. It seems to me that half the golfers
I teach have their upper body as their
first move going toward the target.
Invariably that opens everything up too
soon, and they end up hitting across
their golf ball.
We want the club to come from
behind the body, down inside the target
line to the ball, and then right back to
the side again. It's very much like the
motion a pitcher in baseball would have.

If you have a golf question
for Jeff Marks you can e-mail
,it to News Bulletin Sports Edi-
tor Randy Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com. Or you
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Baker softball team's district fate still up in the air


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER -- The softball
didn't bounce Baker's way
Tuesday night against
Vernon. Five Gator er-
rors in the first inning led
to a pair of unearned Yel-
low Jacket runs in a 2-0
loss.
A win over Vernon
wbuld have given Baker
(8-7, 6-2) the top seed in
next month's District 1-2A
tournament at Jay. Now
the Gators, who have fin-
ished their district sched-
ule, will have to wait
and see how things
, play out with the other
teams.


ANN SPANN I urestview iNews Blletin
SAFE AT SECOND: Baker's Mollie Royal slides safely into
second base during softball action against Vernon.
In the worst case sce- involved in a tiebreaker
nario, Baker' will finish to determine the top
in a tie for first and be seed for the district


tournament.
Gator coach John Car-
lisle wanted to wrap up
the top seed early, but
he also knows it's still a
possibility that Baker will
end up on top.
"We had a chance to
seal it up, but that's all
right" he said. "We would
have liked to have gotten
some things wrapped up
tonight, but we just didn't
execute. It just wasn't our
night.
"Now we have to wait
and see what happens
with the rest of the dis-
trict. We split with Jay so
that gives us two teams
with two losses. We'll have
to start looking at the tie-


breaking scenarios."
Carlisle said Jay, Free-
port and Ponce de Leon
still have district games
left. If Jay loses one game
the Gators would wrap up
the top seed.
"This could help in
the district tournament
provided we show up
and have a little sense
of urgency about it," he
said. "We are 'going to
see what went wrong and
try and fix it and go from
there."

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Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Lauren Griffith has put
up some big numbers for the Baker
softball team this year. ,
A junior pitcher for the Gators,
Griffith is just as impressive at the
plate as she is in the circle.
Griffith had a .439 batting aver-
age at the start of the week She
had 18 hits, 17 runs. scored, nine
runs batted in, three doubles and a
pair of triples.
"Offensively. her bat is phenom-
enal," Gator coach John Carlisle
said. "From watching when she
was an eighth grader to where she
is now is imnpressivei.
"She's just flat out smashing the
ball. She has a chance at any time
to go 2-for-4 or 3-for-4, and she hits
the ball hard every time she puts in
play." .
Griffith's pitching stats speak
for themselves.
She has a 1.72 earned run aver-
age while striking out 77 batters in
85 innings of work.
"Any time we put her out there in
the circle we have a chance to win;,"
Carlisle said. "I think she's one
of the better pitchers in the area.
She's gotten snakebit a few times
defensively where our defense has
been suspect behind her. If we play
ball behind her we know sale's go-
ing to give us a pretty well-pitched
game. And she's always going to
give us a chance to win."


When Griffith isn't playing for
the Gators she's busy trying to
improve her game throughout the
summer.
"I practice during the off sea-
son all year round, and I play travel
ball with High Intensity," Griffith
said. "It's tougher competition and
it makes you work harder. You are
playing with people that actually
want to be there so you have to work
harder for the position you want..
"And I've been to a couple of
camps to work on my, curve ball,
and rise ball. I also spend a lot of
time hitting in the cage at home
with' my dad."
Carlisle thinks it's Griffith's
desire to be the best that sets! her
apart.
"She's a tough competitor, and
she hates to lose," he said. "That's
pretty much anybody that plays a
competitive team sport they hate
to lose, but she can't stand it.
"She hates losing. She hates
when things don't necessarily go
the right way, meaning our way."
There's another factor that fuels
Griffith's desire to be the best.
"She cares deeply about the
game," Carlisle said. "It's constant-
ly what she's doing. She loves being
out on the field. She likes pitching
and hitting.
"She loves the game of softball.
It's her passion. You can tell it by
the things she does and the way she
carries herself, not only on the field,
but also off the field as well."


Baker's Lauren Griffith

has a passion for softball




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