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BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
TWO YEARS ON: Crestview Mayor David Cadle reflected on his first two. years in office during his
address at'the Crestview Public Library Tuesday morning,



Cadle: Two years as mayor

a real learning experience'


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Mayor David,
Cadle took advantage of a last-
minute opportunity to speak
at, the Bob Sikes Library to
reflect on his second year in
office.
The mayor was a substi-
tute for' Rep. Greg Evers,
the scheduled speaker ht the
library's monthly First Tues-
day lecture. Evers was called
to a legislative committee
meeting.
"The last two years have
been the most fascinating of
my life," said Cadle, who had
retired as the Crestview High
School band director before
being elected to office.. "It's
been a real learning experi-
ence for me.
'I had never been in gov-
ernment before," he said,
then joked, "but I had been in
a bureaucracy for more than
30 years."
He touched on several
pertinent subjects during his
remarks, and then accepted
questions from the audience.
The topic of recent bo-
nuses distributed by some
elected local officials was
promptly addressed.
"As a taxpayer, I'd be upset
too, seeing programs and ser-
vices being cut but more than
a million dollars of bonuses
being handed out," Cadle said.
'"You get embarrassed to say
you're an elected official. That
brush can paint a lot of people


and put everyone in the same' dated with.growth we couldn't
category., keep up. This downturn al-
"I can tell you, and this is lowed us to catch tip with in-
unequivocal: There are no bo- frastructure.'.'


nuses being
paid in Crest- "I can tellyou, and
view. The ,
mayor's sala- this is unequivocal:
ry is the same
as it's been There are no
since 1991." bonuses being paid
Construc-
tion on the Ar- in Crestview. The
my's Special
Operations mayor's salary is,
Command -
base outside the same as it's been
Duke Field since 1991."
was also .dis-
cussed. Cadle
had recently Mayor David Cadle
met with


Ryan Ronhaar, area superin-
tendent for Hansen Phelps,
the south Florida-based con-
tractor building what Cadle
called "the small city south of
the city."
Ronhaar assured the may-
or his company would be hir-
ing qualified local subcontrac-
tors and workers for the multi-
million-dollar project. He also
assured Cadle that whenever
possible, deliveries to the site
would be scheduled so trucks
would not inconvenience rush
hour traffic.
City infrastructure is a
topic of great concern.
"This downturn of the
economy has actually been
somewhat of a blessing for
the city of Crestview," Mayor
Cadle said. "We were so inun-


Because
the city adapt-
ed a fiscally
conservative
posture over
the last sev-
eral years -
Cadle called
city finance
director Patty
Mann "Dr.
No" because
of her well-
known re-
fusal of many
spending
requests -
Crestview can


now afford to undertake sev-
eral infrastructure projects.
. Nearly $30 million will be,
spent on upgrading the cur-
rent wastewater treatment
plant and building a second
plant to prepare for expected
growth, the mayor said.
"We have to be looking for-
ward to what's going to hap-
pen with the influx of people
that are coming here," Cadle
said. "We have to be cognizant
and working toward all these
things that are coming to us."
Cadle said the purchase
of the 30,000 square-foot for-
mer CitiChurch building will
also prove a boon.
"For the first time in many
years we'll have the entire
See CADLE 5


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bonuses

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Wayne Harris was still charged
up several hours after the conclu-
sion of Tuesday's Okaloosa County
Board of County
Commissioners
meeting in Crest-
view.
Harris, the Dis-,
trict 1 commissioner,
made the motion for
Okaloosa County to
sue the city of Val-
paraiso. The motion WAYNE
passed unanimously. HARRIS
The suit is aimed at
forcing Valparaiso to
abandon its lawsuit against the Air
Force over noise concerns from the
incoming F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Harris discussed the lawsuit and
other county matters during a post-
meeting interview with the News
Bulletin.
Harris first was asked why the
average person in Crestview should
care if the county sues the city of
Valparaiso.
"Every county resident better
be concerned if thp F-35 program is
stopped," he said. "It is a significant
negative economic impact if it is
stopped. The military construction
alone is worth almost $300-some
billion. The economic impact from
the F-35 program is about $1 billion,
with a 'b,' a year. That's 15,000 jobs.
We cannot afford not to have them,
and we cannot afford to let a few...
what I consider tyrants, three to be
exact, in Valparaiso (referring to
the three city officials in Valparai-
so who voted for the city to sue the
Air Force), to stop this significant
impact to our economy and in ad-
dition to that, our national security.
"I'll quote commissioner (John)
Jannazo on this: The aircraft are
being made. They are rolling off the
assembly line now. They are going
to go somewhere. If we keep play-
ing around down there, they are go-
ing to go somewhere, and not here.
And we cannot afford to have that
run away."
Harris was asked to clarify the
intent of the lawsuit.
"(For Val-P to) stop it," he re-
plied. "Create an injunction to stop
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United Methodist Children's Home opens its doors
Brian Hughes -public relations Jill West.
CrestviewNews Bulletin Knox said there are al- m ore 4
ready seven or eight chil-m
The United Method- dren, including three sib-
ist Children's Home threw lings, on the waiting list. The Chri stians
open the doors of its newest home hopes to begin accept-


group home on Wednesday
The Crestview facility
is prepared to house a co-
ed group of 24 teenagers,
two each in 12 attractively
furnished, homey rooms.
Each room was furnished
and decorated by a differ-
ent area church or religion-
based organization, so each
is unique. Each room has its
own bathroom.
Attendees toured the
home and learned more
about the services offered
there. The staff was on site
to answer any questions.
During the past' few
months the Crestview facil-
ity has undergone several
renovations. Changes and
improvements were in-
tended to make the facility a
warm, suitable home atmo-
sphere for the young adults
who will be placed there.
"When we were talking


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
PRETTY & PINK: This room in the girls' wing of the United
Methodist Children's Home was decorated for a younger
child. Each of the home's 12 bedrooms has its own
bathroom.


about opening Crestview, I
asked the placement agen-
cies in the area what they
needed most. They said they
needed a home for teenag-
ers, and that's what we're
opening," said Debbie Dob-
bins UMCH chief programs
officer and vice president.
With the purchase and
renovation of this new fa-
cility the United Methodist
Children's Home is mak-
ing every effort to place fa-
cilities in areas where the


need of the local children is
great instead of displacing
children just to fill existing
facilities. Until now, the ser-
vice's closest homes were in
Milton and Andalusia, Ala.
"Ithinkwe'llbeoneofthe
first in this area to be a co-
ed group home," observed
Mae Knox, the home's su-
pervisor.
' "One of the advantages
of being co-ed is we can ac-
cept sibling groups," said
director of development and


ing referrals on April 20.
"Believe you me, the
Family. First Network is
knocking our doors down al-
ready!" Knox chuckled.
When a child is placed at
the home, he or she will re-
ceive their own handmade
quilt, which they may keep
forever.
"It's a little symbolic,"
West said.
The home will be staffed
24 hours by on-duty staff.
"There will always be an
awake staff member," West
explained.
A child's average, stay
can range from six months
to two years, she said.
The home environment
encourages the kids to open
up to the staff as well as to
each other, West said.
"The kids minister to
each other. They realize
they're not alone," she said.


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More Christians' signs


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Mosaic Church of Crest-
view, you have the area's
attention.
Signs and commercials
in the area with a "No More
Christians" slogan raised a
few eyebrows and some
ire around the commu-
nity over the past week.
Those who visited the
"www.NoMoreChristians.
com" Web site found out
the signs actually promote
a series of discussions
planned at Mosaic Church
of Crestview.
The discussions have
potentially eyebrow-rais-
ing and ire-raising titles
such as "Why You Should
Be an Atheist Instead of
a Christian" but actually
are intended to "creatively
and aggressively trying
to show (people) that God
loves them so much that
even though they are still
sinners, Christ died for
them!" in the words of a
letter from Mosaic Church
Pastor James Ross.
Ross said the church
used the potentially con-
troversial awareness cam-
paign, to catch the attention
of those leaning away from
Christianity. Mosaic Church
hopes to reverse the trend
of declining church atten-
dance in the area.
"We were really trying
to catch the attention of
people who are search-
ing," Ross told the' News
Bulletin. "Newsweek pub-
lished a special article
about the decline and fall
of Christianity in.Ameri-
ca, and a lot of people are
searching and leaning
away from Christianity. We
were specifically trying to
target them with the com-
mercial and the signs. -,
"Unfortunately, we also
attracted some negative
.attention."
Ross wrote a letter ex-
plaining the discussion
series to members of the
church and community
who had questions about
the signs and commercial.
"Our intention is not
denounce Christianity
but to examine why some
people call themselves
'christians' and live their
life in contradiction to what
they 'believe'. We also plan
to respectfully compare
Christianity with. these
other belief systems so


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DISCUSSION TOPICS
April 12 Why
you should be an atheist
instead of a Christian
April 19 Why you
should be a Muslim instead
of a Christian
April 26 Why you
should be Jewish instead of
a Christian
May 3 Why'you
should be a Mormon
instead of a Christian
May 10 Why you
should be a Hindu instead
of a Christian
Learn more about
the series at www.
nomorechristians.com or
www.mosaiccrestview.com.
that people can make their
own decision as to what to
believe," Ross wrote.
"We do believe that
Jesus Christ is the key to
experiencing 'real life' but
we have a deep respect for
people from all religious,
philosophical, political, etc
backgrounds and are an
open environment where-
all can seek truth.
"We are not trying
to reach Christians, but
those who are going to
Hell .and that churches in
our area are not reaching.
If you read the books 'Un-
Christian' by Gabe Lyons,
'Lost and Found' by Ed
Stetzer, or 'Revolution' by
George Barna you will find
staggering research that
shows that young adults
(and many older adults for
that matter) are not going
to church, don't want to
go to church, and have an
overwhelming view that
churches are filled with
'hypocrites.'
"Crestview's popula-
tion increased by over
7,000 since the year 2000
but church attendance has
declined significantly.
"We cannot sit back
and let that happen. We
are creatively and aggres-
sively trying to show these
people that God loves them
so much that even though
they are still sinners,
Christ died for them!"
The discussions are part
of the Mosaic Church's 10
a.m. Sunday morning wor-
ship services at Antioch El-
ementary School. The di*
cussions will be part of the
next five Sunday services.


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Saturday, April 11, 2009


Religion/Easter


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Dogwoods at Easter

John McMahon
Special to the News Bulletin
In spring a vision of delight
Dressed in blooms of angel white!
'Tis said on beams from such a tree
Jesus died for you and me.
Cross shaped petals are designed
For those of doubting Thomas mind.
Its seeds are colored brilliant red
Like the drops of blood he shed.
Preachers speak about his pain 4 .,'
And how he died, but rose again!
And reborn sinners now can see
This sermon in a dogwood tree!
Retired forester John McMahon
is the Poet Laureate for the Florida
Forestry Association.




Facing the fears


in your

In II Timothy 1:7, Paul doct(
wrote to Timothy, "God was:
did not give us a spirit I exp
that makes us afraid but and t
a spirit of power and love in pr
and self-control."
(NCV)
I John 4:18 tells '
us "where God's
love is, there is
no fear, because
God's perfect love
drives out fear. It
is punishment that
makes a person DR. DONNIE
fear, so love is not CADENHEAD
made perfect in the From the Pulpit


person who fears."
(NCV)
So to set the stage on
fear, we must first realize
fear does not come from
God, so ultimately we
know fear comes from' the
devil. Secondly, we need
to realize how we can be
free of fear. Zacharias said
God would deliver us out
of the hand of our enemies
that we might serve Him
without fear all the days of
our lives. Fear paralyzes
the spirit and mind and
keeps us from reaching
out to God as the source
for our lives.
Adam went and hid
himself from God because
he was afraid. He had
sinned and was ashamed
and afraid, so he hid
himself. He could not face
God with sin in his life. Sin
had burdened him with
great anxiety and fear.,
Often fear is in our lives
because of something we
have not properly dealt
with. Many times I have
found myself afraid to face '
situations, only to find out
that the situations were
not nearly as bad as I
thought they were.
Recently a man was
facing surgery and he
told me he knew it was
cancer. He was so down
in his spirit that his whole
countenance had changed.
He even asked if I would
preach his funeral.'
I saw him a week after
his surgery, and he had
found out there was no
cancer. I don't need to tell
you that he was upbeat
and happy. He had allowed
fear to dominate him until
he found out his situation
was not as bad as he
thought originally.
I had also watched a
man face cancer with the
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ors telling him there
nothing they could do.
pressed my concern
told him I.would be
ayer. He said to me,
"Dying is not the
worst thing that
could happen to
me, because when
I die I am going to
heaven." He stayed
upbeat and died a
few months later.
Fear will
dominate your life
if you forget God is
your source. Your


greatest source of
supply and sense
of security is in the things
you lack, not in things you
have. You may say, "I have
a great job, everything
is wonderful," or, "I have
a super marriage, what
could go wrong?"'
When this happens, you
must doubt your doubts
and believe your beliefs.
Start thinking about your
relationship with Him.
Has God become your
source of supply? Or has
man, some company, or
the government? The
only good source or
good security is in your.
relationship with God.
Your needs are His needs.
You are God's property,
and He watches out after
what belongs to Him. The
most important thing
you can know is that God
cares for you. .
Isaiah 41:10 says, "so
don't worry, because I am
with you. Don't be afraid,
because I-am your God.
I will make you strong
and will help you; I will
support you with my right
hand that saves you."
(NCV) ,
My friend, I want you
to know that I have at
times been afraid. All of us
have, but we can learn to
trust God with our fears
and not let them dominate
our lives. "Cast all your
cares upon Him, for He
cares for you."

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead
is the Pastor of Victorious
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located one mile north of
Crestview High School on
State Road 85. Services
times on Sunday are
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday night services
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A tisket, a tasket: Easter baskets


delivered to hospice patients


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The baskets are bright
pastel colors. The Easter
grass comes in colorful
shades of green, blue and
pink.
There's a plethora of
jelly beans, chocolate bun-
nies, marshmallow eggs
and even a stuffed rabbit.
What make these other-
wise typical Easter baskets
unique is extra ingredients
such as hand lotion and
bath soap nestled in the
colorful plastic grass next
to the Peeps and chocolate
eggs.
Last Friday morning,
volunteers from Coastal
Bank and Trust joined staff
and volunteers from Emer-
ald Coast Hospice in filling
39 Easter baskets for the


service's patients.
The baskets and the
candy and personal hy-
giene products that filled
them were donated by
Coastal Bank and Trust,
Peoples National Bank and
other donors.
"To see our break room
just filled with these bas-
kets when we were done
stuffifig them was really
uplifting to our staff," said
Emerald 'Coast Hospice
branch director Donna
Curry. ;
Curry said hospice aides
had started delivering the
baskets earlier this week.
One reported their efforts
were well-received.
"The family that she
took it to was just ecstatic
about it," Curry said. "It re-
ally made their day, which
was the whole idea."


BRIAN HUGHES I| Crestview News Bulletin
EASTER BUNNIES: Emerald Coast Hospice staff and
volunteers take a break from filling Easter baskets
for hospice patients: From left, branch manager
Donna Curry, volunteer Helen McKenna, Coastal
Bank & Trust staff member Monica Black, volunteer
Jeanea Lasseter, Emerald Coast Hospice volunteer
coordinator Ann O'Connor, volunteer Gayle
Dunevant, hospice account executive Susie Chestnut,
and Coastal Bank & Trust staff member Kristie
McLaughlin.


(AMAto host Easter sunrise service


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Ministerial Association will
conduct a sunrise service
Easter morning at 6 a.m.
Congregants of all faiths
are invited to attend the
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
BEFORE THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY
ON ANNEXATION, COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT AND REZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida Statutes and Land
Use Regulations of the City Code and Operating Policies thereto that
the Local Planning Agency will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday,
April 21, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson
Street, Crestview, Florida to consider and make recommendations
to the City Council regarding requests for Comprehensive Plan
Amendment and Right of Way vacations as shown below: 09-02
LPA 09-02 Request for Right of Way Vacation of the undeveloped
portion of Tenth Street between James St and Texas Parkway in the LT AVE
First Addition. of the Jack Kennedy Subdivision. Requested by Frank
Didio, Kristofor & Georgia Fox, Brian & Stephanie Davis and Richard
Johnson, Adjacent Property Owners. LPA # 09-02
LPA 09-03 Request for Right of Way Vacation of the undeveloped N
portion of Martin Street North of James Lee Blvd (Hwy 90). Requested
by Southern Boys Investment Group'll, LLC and J. D. Wingard, Jr. LPA
# 09-03
LPA 09-04 Request for Comprehensive Plan Amendment for 7.06
ac, identified by PIN 31-3N-23-0000-0002-002C, and being located in
the northwest quadrant of the intersection of P J Adams Pkwy and
Northview Drive. Requested by First Capital Bank, property owner, by
Chuck Hudson, Project Manager. LPA # 09-04
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments and make
decisions regarding the above matter. The applications, petitions,
exhibits and location maps are available for public inspection during
normal business hours at the Administrative Services Department,
City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written comments to
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Saturday, April 11, 2009


Venturing beyond basic Scouting


WHAT IS VENTURING?
"Venturing is based on a unique and dynamic
relationship between youth, adult leaders, and
organizations in their communities," the Boy
Scouts of America Web site explains at www.
scouting.org.
No previous involvement with Girl or Boy
Scouts is necessary to join a Venture Crew. You
just have to be between 14 and 20 years old,
and have completed eighth grade.
To join Crestview Venture Crew 773, stop by
Central Baptist Church's GMC Room Thursdays
* at 7 p.m. For more details, call the Boy Scouts
Gulf Coast Council office in Pensacola toll-free at
(888) GULF-BSA (485-3272).
)


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


You've earned your
Eagle Scout designation.
You've earned your Golds.
Or maybe you never joined
Scouting, don't want to start
at the bottom, but still want
to have fun in the great out-
doors.
What do you do now?
Fortunately for Crest-
view area teens, Venture
Crew 773 has formed, host-
ed by the Central Baptist
Church.
Venturing is a co-ed pro-
gram sponsored by the Boy
Scouts of America. Each
Venture Crew has an adult
adviser, but the crew's ac-
tivities are dictated and or-
ganized by its members.
Venture Crew 773's ad-
viser is LauraJo Hust, an
ESE instructor at Crestview
High School.
Members of the Hust
family are no strangers to
Scouting. LauraJo is a lead-
er of local Girl Scout Troop
235, of which her daughter is
a member. Her husband and
sons are active in Boy Scout
Troop 30 in Crestview.
Venturing activities go
beyond basic knot-tying and
cookie sales.
Often way beyond.
"The high adventure
activities are not part of
the Girl Scouf curriculum,"
Hust said. "This gives my
older kids an incentive to


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
VENTURING TO HELP: Members of Crestview Venture
Crew 773 met over spring break with retired
forester John McMahon, left, and Boy Scout area
commissioner Rae Schwartz (center) to discuss
programs they can organize at the city's McMahon
Environmental Center. Crew adviser LauraJo Hust is
second from the right.


stay .in Scouting, and they
get to do something more."
For example, Hust said,
there's a lot of interest
among crew members to go
skiing and scuba diving, ac-
tivities not available to Girl
Scouts.
Previous membership in
Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts is
not a requirement to be in-
volved with Venturing. The
only requirements are par-
ticipants must be at least 14,
not older than 20, and have
passed eighth grade.
"It gives the kids who
have their Eagle projects
done or have their Golds
something else to do be-
yond what are considered
the highest awards in Scout-
ing," Hust said.


Hust said the eight kids
in Crew 773 have a variety
of interests, including his-
tory, art and nature. During
spring break' they visited
with retired forester John
McMahon to learn how they
can contribute to improving
the city's, McMahon Envi-
ronmental Center.
. Ideas included a butterfly
garden that could also be a
tribute to Holocaust victims,
or helping create a wetlands
area on the grounds.
"If it's something they
find is (of) important value
to do them, they want to do
it," Hust said. "They're ad-
venturous but good kids."
Rather than a prescribed
series of activities, crew
members themselves orga-


nize their events.
"That's the difference
between Venture Crew and
Scouts," Hust said. "The
first thing I handed out is
a survey of their interests.
Since it is a youth-led group,
I looked at what they want-
ed to do.
"When everything gets
really going, I am the driver,
but they are the planners.
They do .the fund-raising
and the planning. They need
to make their own plans and
decisions and phone calls,"
she said.
Hust invites any interest-
ed teen to stop by her room
at the high school to learn
more about Crestview's
Venture Crew.
"All they have to do is
walk in my classroom,"
Hust said. "It's one of the
advantages of being in the
high school. The kids all
know me."
She also invites inter-
ested kids to visit the Ven-
ture Crew's meetings every
Thursday at 7 p.m. at Cen-
tral Baptist Church's GMC
Room.
"We're welcoming new
members as well as adults
who are willing to' share
their knowledge," Hust
said.
"The future of this Ven-
ture Crew is only as big
as our community is," she
said. "These young men
and young ladies are its fu-
ture."


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Crestview include:
Holy Saturday Easter
Vigil, Saturday at 8 p.m.
Easter Sunday Masses
at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
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Crestview News Bulletin 5


Laurel Hill mayor reports on busy first week


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL Ferrin
Campbell is, as he put it,
"off and running" as Laurel
Hill's new mayor.
Campbell reported on
his active first eight days in
office during the Laurel Hill
city council meeting Thurs,
day night.
Campbell outlined the
cost-cutting measures he
presented to the city's em-
ployees. Overtime will be
prohibited except for an
"absolute emergency" and
purchase orders will be re-
quired for all purchases.
Campbell estimated the
city is 12 to 15 percent be-
hind its budgeted revenues.
"We don't want to be a
scrooge, but we've got to cut


ON THE WEB
See the Crestview City
Council agenda online at
www.crestview
bulletin.com

every little thing we can,"
.Campbell said. "The sky's
not falling, but in the mean-
time we have to do what we
have to do to survive."
Campbell also an-
nounced Harold Jones will
assume the duties of city
clerk during the search for
a full-time city clerk. Camp-
bell said Jones accepted the
role for $3 an hour less than
his predecessor.
The council also unani-
mously authorized Camp-
bell to look into returning
responsibility for Thomas
Road to Okaloosa County.


."The city doesn't have
resources to maintain
Thomas Road and never
has," Campbell said.

Other business
The council approved
Jones' request to hold a
workshop prior to the coun-
cil's next regular meeting.
to discuss how the city will
handle its financial report-
ing. The workshop will start
at 6:30 p.m.
New council member
Joan Smith unanimously
was elected council chair.
Robby Adams unanimously
was elected vice-chair.
The council approved a
motion to authorize Camp-
bell to request funding for
Emergency Watershed Pro-
tection projects through the


United States Department
of Agriculture's Natural
Resources Conservation
Service.
City attorney Toni
Craig said she would be
meeting with a Crestview
attorney who is represent-
ing a resident who would
like the city to open a part
of 2nd Avenue that has not
been opened before.
Campbell's response: "I
don't think we should get
into that because we can't
maintain what we've got."
Craig said the city might
want to consider vacating
the property if it does not
plan to open it as a road.
Craig also said she ex-
pects to have a draft of the
city's Evaluation and Ap-
praisal Report at the coun-
cil's next meeting.


CADLE from page 1


police department in one
facility," Cadle said.
"We've increased the
training of our. police de-
partment," he continued.
"It's -refreshing for me be-
cause one of the things I
was really concerned about
was the professionalism."
When positions for new
officers become open, Ca-
dle said, often four or five
candidates are eager to
apply. The city hall waiting
area is then populated with
well-dressed applicants
awaiting the vigorous inter-
views for the job.
"It is encouraging to me
to see these young men and
women waiting in the hall-
way outside my office," Ca-
dle said. "I'm glad it's them
going through the interview
and not me, because it's
more like an inquisition."
Mayor Cadle also had
praise for the Police De-
partment's Street Crime
Unit.
I "If you follow the news-
paper, you know that divi-
sion has been very suc-
cessful," he said. "Drug
enforcement has been a
major focus for us. You
have to go after the head
of the snake. We may never
be able to stop (illegal drug
activity), but we can sure
put a dent in it in the city of
Crestview."
Traffic safety has also
received more attention
than in the past.
"Speeding had become
a problem. Our statistics


show enforcement is paying
off," the mayor said. "In the
past year we have had an
18 percent decrease in the
rate of traffic accidents."
In 2008 CPD received
54,168 calls for service. The
department had to increase
the number of officers on
patrol, which led to a 9.9
percent reduction of the
city's crime rate. -
"That's a big deal but we
want it to be better," Cadle
said.
The city's recreation
and parks services also re-
ceived praise. Grant money
is allowing construction
of a walking, jogging and
fitness trail through Twin
Hills Park. Facilities such
as city parks improve the
quality of life for citizens,
the mayor said.
The John McMahon En-
vironmental Center, with
its museum, pavilion and
shady grounds containing
more than 100 species of
native trees, received the
mayor's praise as' "one of
our city's treasures." The
mayor encouraged more
people to take advantage
of it, particularly school
groups.
"We encourage folks to
go there," Cadle' said. "Not
many cities have an envi-
ronmental center."
Downtown Crestview
is growing, Cadle said.
"Now there are busi-
nesses moving in to take
advantage of that historic
district," he said. "We're


very happy about that."
The downtown area
,just received a $750,000
grant that, with a match of
$250,000 in CRA funds, will
allow the construction of an
80-space parking lot behind
Desi's restaurant.
"There is a lot happen-
ing here," Cadle said. "We
think Crestview is the place
to be in Okaloosa County.
There have been times in
the past when this city has
been ignored, and that isn't
happening anymore."

Q&A WITH
HIZZONER
Mayor David Cadle ac-
cepted questions from the
audience that touched on
several topics 'of citizen
concern.
Traffic on S.R. 85:
"There are a lot of plans to
six-lane Hwy. 85 all the way
to the Shoal River Bridge,
which means drivers will
get to the traffic jam just a
little bit faster," Cadle said.
The city will build as
many connector roads and
auxiliary roads as possible
to alleviate pressure on
S.R. 85, which is not a city'
road.
Under new codes, new
businesses must connect
their parking lots to those
of neighboring businesses
so patrons can go from
store to store without hav-
ing to re-enter and immedi-
ately exit'the flow of S.R. 85
traffic each time.


Florida A&M Univer-
sity Pharmacy School in
the Alatex Building: On
April 3 council member
Charles Baugh met with
FAMU staff in Tallahassee.
"They're ready to move
ahead with signing the
deed, and they're ready to
proceed with renovation,"
Cadle said. "We should see
something happening pret-
ty soon."
"What was easier to
run: the band or the city?"
"There's one big difference:
over 30 years I had my own
way of doing things. When
I clapped my hands three
times, everyone went 'shhh'
and was ready to listen.
Now they think I'm expect-
ing applause," the mayor
joked. "Back then I felt like
I was in charge."
More seriously, he con-
tinued, "I took some of the
things I learned, over 30
years with me to this job.
A lot of people just want
someone to listen. I tried to
listen to each kid individu-
ally. The people who are
paying my salary expect
me to listen to them, and I
try to do that."
Gospel concerts in Old
Spanish Trail Park. The
mayor was pleased to re-
port on an effort to turn this
year's Old Spanish Trail
Festival into "a giant gos-
pel festival. We're hoping
that will change the focus
and attendance. We have
to adapt to whatever condi-
tions we find ourselves in."


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT


CHRISTY SHIELDS, CLD I Special to the News Bulliten
A son, Joseph Lee Wernet, was born March 19,
2009 to Jennifer and Eric Wernet of Crestview. He
weighed 6 pounds and 14 ounces, and was 18
inches long. Joseph was also welcomed home by
his big brother, Alexandor.

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HARRIS from page 1


them from their craziness
and let that F-35 come on
board like it's supposed
to. The Air Force has beint
over backwards to accom-
modate those folks down
there,
*"There are three little
tyrants down there try-
ing to stop this for their
own personal gain. They
stop (the F-35), they kill
this economy. As I said
before, the flying mission
goes away, Eglin Air Force
Base goes away. There is
no doubt in my 'military
mind,' as they used to say,
you lose the flying mission,
you lose the base.

Harris also discussed
the bonuses that have
caused controversy sur-
rounding the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office and
the Okaloosa County .Tax
Collector's Office.
"To arbitrarily hand out
bonuses is not only inap-
propriate, it's inefficient,"
Harris said.
"First of all, this is not
the time. You don't give


bonuses unless you first
can afford it and if people
deserve it. I'm not saying
our deputies and people
in the sheriff's office don't
deserve recognition. What
they should have done is
gone through an orderly
process. If you'll look at the
some of the bonuses, there
was no process to it. It was
on a whim. That is inappro-
priate to me."
Harris said the con-
troversies could start the
county. on the road to a
charter form of govern-
ment where the cur-
rent constitutional officers
would report directly to
the county commissioners
- or term limits.
"I think it's a benchmark
for the rest of the constitu-
tional officers, because I
think the people are sick
and tired of it," he said.
"I'm sick and tired of it, so
I know the people are sick
and tired of it."
I Harris said he would
not be'opposed to a char-
ter form of government.
He said he is not a big fan


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Auditions for.
"Disney's Beauty &
the Beast"
TODAY The Humani-
ties, Fine & Performing
Arts Division of Northwest
Florida State College will
hold open auditions for this
summer's musical produc-
tion of "Disney's Beauty
and the Beast" at noon
on the main stage of the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center.
Performers should come
ready to sing and dance.
Audition materials, includ-
ing a rehearsal schedule,
will be distributed ,at au-
ditions. The show will run
July 22-25 and requires a


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mation call (850) 729-5382.

Madrigal Singers
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group will sing in Crest-
view's sister city, Noir-
moutier, France. 7:30 p.m.
Mattie Kelly Arts Center.
Free, no ticket required.

"Fo0otloose"
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movie, including "Let's
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Pearl Tyner Auditorium
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of term limits, but under-
stands why voters might
approve the idea in re-
sponse to recent events.
"(Bonuses were) inap-
propriate ways to spend
taxpayers dollars that
could have been better
used to shore up our infra-
structure," he said. "Two
million? We could have
done a lot for $2 million (the
total amount of bonuses
awarded between the two
offices). I can clay roads
and cold mix roads, a lot of
roads, in the north county
with that kind of money.
"Shame on Charlie (Mor-
ris, the suspended Oka-
loosa County Sheriff) and
shame on Chris (Hughes,
the Okaloosa County Tax
Collector) for spending
that kind of money. Chris
Hughes has got a great
shop over there, but the bot-
tom line is, that's (money) I
could have used for roads
or something else, and that
money should have been
given back to the county. I
have no qualms telling him,
shame on-him, too."


Saturday, April 11, 2009


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
GIVEAWAY: Crestview City Councilman Charles Baugh Jr. (center rear, in suit
and striped tie) is surrounded by representatives of the seven local charities
that received funds left over from his re-election campaign. Front row: Mary
Haynes, Order of the Eastern Star, Velma Conyers Chapter 7; Flo Lembeck,
Friends of the Crestview Library; Roslyn Baugh, the councilman's wife; and
Grand Worthy Matron Bazine Macdonald, Order of the Eastern Star,
Velma Conyers Chapter 7. Second row: Jean Lewis, Bob Sikes Library
director; Rebecca Kauffman, campaign treasurer; Candice Baugh, the
councilman's daughter;'Gus Harris, No Child Without Healthcare Fair, deputy
district grand master, Third Masonic District. Third row: Bob Lynn, Military
Appreciation Recognition Celebration, Inc; Councilman Charles Baugh Jr.;
Robin Marston and Madge Timmons, Crestview Sharing and Caring. Back
row: Becky Hadick, Rev. Dale Walters, Joy Fellowship Church youth ministry;
Tania Eastman, Joy Fellowship Church youth ministry; Frances and Ron
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Crestview city council
member Charles Baugh
distributed $3,500 that
was left over from his suc-
cessful recent bid for re-
election. Seven carefully
selected area charity or-
ganizations each benefit-
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Spanish Trail Cruis-
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Military Appreciation
Recognition Celebration
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in fact, be given to charity,
and to assure the chari-
ties met the non-profit or-
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requires.
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praise for these organi-
zations and all that has
transpired today," Baugh
said after, distributing the
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Brooklyn Onuffer, 5, and Avery Rieder, 3, are helping their moms donate toys.

MOMS Club consignment


sale to benefit Toys for Tots


Alexandra V. Stuart
Special to the News Bulletin

The MOMS Club of Crest-
view is in need of vendors
as well as customers for its
Spring Fling consignment
sale from 7-11 a.m. April 25
at Central Baptist Church.
Every year the club
chooses a community ser-
vice project to support and
hosts activities to raise
funds for the project as well
as raise awareness for the
MOMS Club.
"We decided on Toys For
Tots because .giving needy
children toys for Christmas
makes a huge impact es-
pecially in this difficult eco-
nomic time," said Melinda
Manchee, MOMS Club of
Crestview vice president.
"Children light up when they
open a present and it's a toy
versus clothing. Don't get me
wrong they need clothes
- but it affects children
when they don't receive at
least one toy for Christmas."
Manchee's son Connor,
who is 3 years old, has also
become part of the donat-
ing process. When he goes
to the store now, he gives up
toys to give to others. He is
learning a lesson by giving to
those who are less fortunate
in his community, Manchee
said. When h6e sees toys, he
says "Toys For Tots, Toys
For Tots."
Manchee said donations
for the project go right back
into this community When
people come to the consign-
ment sale, they can be as-
sured they are directly im-
pacting children here.
The MOMS Club has
helped many, from children
to adults. In previous years
the club donated to Children
In Crisis in Niceville, Shelter
House and the Crestview
Crisis Pregnancy Center.
However, members of the
club do not solely focus on
service projects. The club's
main purpose is to support


mothers within the group.
Many stay-at-home moms
may feel like they do a mul-
titude of things seemingly
hard to qualify compared to
a 9-to-5 job.
Moms can sometimes
feel like they work all day
cleaning,, cooking, feeding,
changing diapers, teaching
ABCs, doing paperwork,
shopping. And at the end of
the day, none of those jobs
look finished with a big red
ribbon because it's time to
start all over cleaning,
cooking, diapers...
However, most of these
mothers realize the reward
is having well-fed children,
clean children, and children
who know their ABCs.
The group is a way to
break up a house-bound,
errand-type routine, add-
ing a little something extra
and fun to the day, such as
a trip, a potluck or craft day
at someone's house or park
Moms can go back to doing
what they love knowing they
had some support and a little
break
"There is not a lot out
there that is geared for
stay-at-home moms," said
Katrina Johnson, the club's
newest member.
Johnson, who has an
18-month old, said she was
bored and started to look
for things to do in the com-
munity, so she searched the
Internet and found MOMS
Club of Crestview.
"It was a blessing to find
a group of people who are
in the same situation I am
in and to know that I am
not alone," she said. "It gets
kind of isolating, especially if
you're new and don't know
anyone in the area. It's not
easy to meet people at the
supermarket or the other
places you run errands at
with your child."
Stay-at-home mothers
here may have a tendency to
feel more isolated because
this is a large military com-
munity that lends to sepa-


ration from extended fam-
ily. Many women also work
outside the home, so finding
women to connect with dur-
ing the day may be difficult.
The club offers moms the
opportunity to make friend-
ships, network, socialize
their children and provides
a type of support that other
stay-at-home moms can
relate to because of similar
challenges and rewards.
"The club is a great way
to meet moms who are just
like you," said Dawn Onuff-
er, club president. "We all
face the same challenges as
moms, and it is great to be
able to talk face-to-face with
other moms and share your
life."
Onuffer, who has been
a MOMS member for four
years, said the club has
meant many things to her.
The thing she cherishes the
most is the friends she and
her daughter have made.
"When I first joined, my
daughter was very shy," she
said. "The club, in particular
the playgroups; helped her
to overcome her shyness. I
have met some wonderful
people through the club."
The club affords moms
the opportunity to meet oth-
er people in the community,
such as people from Cen-
tral Baptist Church who are.
helping club members host
the upcoming Spring Fling
Consignment sale.
"I am so grateful to Cen-
tral Baptist Church for let-
ting us use their facilities,"
said Erin Rieder, MOMS
Club of Crestview secretary.
"MOMS club members
are working hard to make
this a successful event, and I
hope we get more vendors as
well as a big turnout because
helping children and moth-
ers is part of what MOMS.
club is all about."
If moms are interested in
joining or finding out more
about the MOMS Club of
Crestview e-mailmomsclub-
crestviewfl@yahoo.com.


Miller to visit
Crestview Housing Authority
The Crestview Housing Authority an-
nounced U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller (R-Chu-
muckla) will visit the CHA office at 371
W. Hickey Blvd. in Crestview on Monday
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Light refreshments
will be served.

Car wash will benefit
'Back to School Bash'
The Calvary Apostolic Church is pre-
paring for its annual spring car wash to
benefit the Back to School Bash in Au-
gust.
The car wash will be April 25 at the
AutoZone store at 2045 S. Ferdon Blvd.
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All funds collected
support the Back to School Bash.
The church is asking businesses to
support the car wash with the purchase
of car wash tickets. Cost is $25 for 35 tick-
ets and $40 for 70 tickets.
For details, contact Pastor Charles
Braneff at 423-1198 or 758-6000.

OSTF activities announced
The Old Spanish Trail Festival Soci-
ety has announced some of the activities
in connection with the 2009 Old Spanish
Trail Festival.
Canoe race, 2 p.m. April 25 at Twin
Hills Park.
OSTF/Hub City Bass Masters Youth
Fishing Tournament, April 26 at the east
pond at Twin Hills Park. Registration
starts at 11 a.m. and the competition
starts at 1 p.m. The event is for ages 2-
13. Waffle House will be on site with ham-
burger and hot dog combos for purchase.
Prizes for every angler! Awards for the
top three anglers in each of the four age
divisions. Competitors should bring pole


and bait.
Carnival, April 29 to May 2 at the Old
Spanish Trail Park. Come to the midway
for food, games and rides!
Treasure Hunt,' starting April 27.
The hunt will end at 7 p.m. May 2 or
when the treasure is found which-
ever happens first. Clues will be on
www.ostf.info, www.cvctv.info, WJSB/
WAAZ radio, Northwest Florida Daily
News and The Crestview News Bulle-
tin. Treasure maps will be available this
year. Check the OSTF Web site for map
locations.
The festival's entertainment schedule
will be announced soon. The primary fes-
tival date is May 2.

Gear up for the
2009 Relay For Life
The Crestview Relay For Life starts at
6 p.m. May 15 and runs through noon on
May 16 at the Old Spanish Trail Festival
site on Stillwell Avenue.
Relay for Life is a fun-filled overnight
event designed to celebrate survivorship
and raise money for research and pro-
grams of your American Cancer Society.
There will be entertainment for the en-
tire family.
A survivor reception is planned to
kick off the Relay on May 15. The recep-
tion includes dinner and entertainment.
To pre-register or for further informa-
tion, please contact the American Can-
cer Society at 850-244-3813 or Crest-
view's Relay Chairperson, Robin Moody
at 850-305-4607. If you cannot pre-regis-
ter, register at 5 p.m. at the Relay site
on May 15.
A Relay For Life Yard Sale fundraiser
will be held at Central Baptist Church,
7,10 James Lee Rd. in Crestview from 7 to
11 a.m. on April 25. All proceeds go to the
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NORTH OKALOOSA
CITYOFCRESTVIEW
EASTER EGG HUNT: is
today at 10 a.m. at Spanish
Trail Park on Stilwell Blvd.
in Crestview. In addition
to the egg hunt, children
can enjoy other activities.
VFW EASTER EGG
HUNT: The VFW Ladies
Auxiliary, is hosting a
community Easter egg
hunt for children 12 years
old and younger Sunday
at noon at 2240 W. James
Lee Blvd. in Crestview.
Baskets will be available,
but bring your own basket
or bag if possible. Details:
Lynn Mobley, 537-3375.
ABWA MEETING: on
April 14 at Azteca Mexican
Restaurant in Crestview
begins -at 5:15 with
networking. Meeting will
feature Jason Mobley of
Unique Physiques. A 50/50
drawing will be held and
door prizes distributed.
Bring a friend. Details:
Susie Chestnut, 259-3001
or susiechestnut@gmail.
com; Beth Panzik, 865-
8376 or bpanzik@yahoo.
com; or Kathi Ridge, 902-
0542 or kathiridge@gmail.


com. Web site at www.
abwacrestview.org.
FREE GRIEF
WORKSHOP: Covenant
Hospice invites those
who have lost a loved
one to attend a free grief
workshop from 1 3 p.m.
April 17 at the Covenant
Hospice Office, located
at 370 Redstone Drive in
Crestview.
Registration is
required.
Attendees are
encouraged to bring a
friend to learn some new
insights into the grief
process. Details: Karen
Whitworth, 682-3628
or karen.whitworth@
covenant.hospice.org.
CAR SHOW: The
Spanish Trail Cruisers of
Crestview will host their
ninth annual Timeless
Classics Car show April
18 in downtown Crestview.
Registration is from 8 a.m.
to noon, with dash plaques
and goody bags going to
the first 50 entrants.
The event includes a
poker run, car show, swap
meet and yard sale. Poker
run registration starts at
8 a.m., parking for show
entries is from noon to 3
p.m.


Show information:
Mike Turman, 428-1161.
Vendor information:
Frances_ Gautney, 689-
1007. Swap meet or yard
sale information: Danny
Tate, 682-6623.
MOSAIC 5K RUN/
WALK. will be held April
18 at 8:30 a.m. at the
Old Spanish Trail Park
pavilion on Stillwell Blvd.
in Crestview. It includes
a one-mile Kids Fun
Run at 9:30 and awards
presentation at 10:30. Sign
up is $20 for adults and
$10 for kids 9 years old
and younger. Registration
forms are available online
at www.mosaiccrestview.
com.
K of C SPAGHETTI
DINNER: On April 18
Crestview's Knights of
Columbus will host their
monthly charity fundraiser
dinner from 4:30 to 7:30
pm.
The dinner choices
are either spaghetti and
meatballs or the monthly
special, with salad, dessert
and beverage. Takeouts
are also available.
Cost is $7 for adults
and $5 for pre-teens; pre-
schoolers eat free.
The Knights Hall is


located on U.S. Highway
90 in Crestview.
EARTH DAY LUNCH
N LEARN: The Crestview
Chamber of Commerce
Education Committee will
host an Earth Day Lunch
n Learn April 22 from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at-their new
location. RSVP to Ester
Molder at emolder@uwf.
edu or 833-3743, by April 17,
as space is limited to first
30 registrants. Giveaways
are planned. I
VENDORS WANTED:
MOMS Club of Crestview
is sponsoring a Spring
Fling Consignment Sale
April 25 from 7 to 11 a.m.
at Central Baptist Church.
Vendor applications are
now being accepted.
Spaces are available for
$10. Proceeds from vendor
spaces will benefit Toys
for Tots. Spaces will be
provided on a first-come,
first-serve basis. Contact
LeAnne Archer at (850)
240-3807 to reserve a space
or for more information.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County are listed below.
Call 1 (800) 773-7620 for
details on any of these
events.
Standard First Aid


with CPR-Adult, Child, and
Infant, April 25, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.; Standard First Aid w/
CPR-Adult: April 15, 10:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.
CPR-Adult: April 15
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
April 13 or 28, 6 to 9 p.m..
Lay Responder
Instructor 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 to 9 p.m.; CPR/AED-For
the Professional Rescuer:
April 25, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lifeguard classes
will also be held in April.
Call for details.
CAMP BRAVE
HEART: Emerald
Coast Hospice's Camp
Brave Heart at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville,
is designed for children,
ages 7-14, who have
experienced the loss of a
loved one. Regardless of
the type of loss or the
reason for the loss, all
children throughout the
area are invited to apply
to attend. Dates are July


17 through 20. A prior
affiliation with Emerald
Coast Hospice is not a
prerequisite.
While the emphasis is
on healing, there is play
time as well. The children
will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities
such as arts and crafts,
boating, field games, and
swimming. Children will
also have the opportunity
to honor the people they
have lost with a very
special memorial service.
Volunteer applications
to assist with the camp
are being accepted.
Details: Contact Jim Vail
or Susie Chestnut at 689-
0300 or www.gentiva.com/
hospice.
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.), Easter
candy, stuffed animals,
and empty or filled Easter
baskets to be delivered to
hospice patients. Details:
Ann O'Connor, Emerald
Coast Hospice, 689-0300.


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ture papers in this law-
- Legal Advertising suit will be mailed to
- Classified Notices the address on record
- Public Notices/ at the clerk's office.
Announcements
Rde- Care WARNING: Rule
- Adoptions 12.285, Florida Family
- Happy Ads Rule of Procedure, re-
- Personals quired certain auto-
- Lost matic disclosure of
- Found documents and infor-
. mation. Failure to com-
ply can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.
l # 100560 Dated: March 12, 2009
N THE CIRCUIT DON W. HOWARD
URT IN AND FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT
ALOOSA COUNTY, COURT I
LORIDA CASE By: Beth McDonald
08-DR-7066
SMALLWOOD 03/21/09
E SMALLWOOD 03/28/09
owner 04/04/09
04/11/09


ana
STEVEN WAYNE
CARDER
Respondent
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,
PA. whose address is
111 SE Ferry Road,
Suite B, Fort Walton
Beach, Florida 32548
on or before April 27,
2009, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of
this Court at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida
32579, before service
on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default
may be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court doc-
uments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are
available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's of-
fice. You may review
these documents upon
request.
You -must keep the


March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/28/09
04/04/09
04/11/09
04/18/09


Legal # 100565
ADVERTISEMENT OF
COMPLETION
AERO TRAINING &
RENTAL, INC.
537 GULFSHORE
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL
32541
gives notice of comple-
tion of BONE CREEK
ROAD REPAIRS.
C o n t r a c t:
OK-OCTO7-STORM-
CR2-05


and sets April 23 of
2009 as the date of fi-
Legal # 100562 nal settlement
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Yellow River Soil and
TION FOR TAX DEED Water Conservation
District (Owner)
Notice is hereby given Attn: John Berg-
that Sauternes V, LLC, schneider
as holder of the follow- 1759 South Ferdon
ing certificate, has filed Blvd.
said certificate for a Tax Crestview, FI 32536
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate Dawri Coughey
number and year of is- Secretary
suance, the name in 0
which the property is 03/25/09
assessed and the de- 04/01/09
scription of the prop- 04/08/09
erty is as follows: 04/15/09
Certificate # 2698 of
2006 Assessed to: D
& B, LLC Legal# 100569
Description: HARRIS- Legal # 10
BURG ESTATES SEC IN THE CIRCUIT
36, T4N, R24W ETC COURT OF THE
Parcel ID#: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
36-4N-24-0000-0002 CUIT, IN AND FOR
-A01C Opening Bid: OKALOOSA COUNTY,
$2,827.75 FLORIDA. CASE NO.
TDA Case #: 2009 TD 09-CP-278
000053 C
All of said property be- IN RE: ESTATE OF:
ing in the County of RONALD BRUCE KEN-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- NEDY,
ida. Deceased.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to NOTICE TO CREDI-
law, the property de- TORS
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the The administration of
highest bidder in the the estate of RONALD
BCC Board Meeting BRUCE KENNEDY, de-
Room at the Okaloosa ceased, is pending in
County Courthouse, the Circuit for Okaloosa
Crestview, Florida at County, Florida, Pro-
10:0b a.m. on Tuesday, bate Division,t. he ad-
April 28, 2009. Regis- dress of which is 1250
tration begins at 9:30 North Eglin Parkway,
am. Okaloosa County
SCourthouse Annex,
Dated this 18th day of Shalimar, Florida


3W579. Trhe name- arnd
addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative
and the Personal
Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cludiQg unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served, Tnust file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION


Legal # 100570
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 09-CP-242
IN RE ESTATE OF:
WILLIAM JEREMIAH
TOLTON, JR. a/k/a W.
JERE TOLTON JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:


The publication dates
of this Notice are April
4, 2009 and April 11,
2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
William V. Linne, Es-
quire
Florida Bar No. 153430
127 Palafox Place,
Suite 100
RO. Box 12347
Pensacola, FL
32591-2347
850-433-2224
Personal Representa-
tive:
Shari McCurdy Tolron
320 Deerfield Drive
Destin, FL 32541


OF THIS NOTICE ON The administration of
THEM. the Estate of WILLIAM 04/04/09
JEREMIAH TOLTON, 04/11/09
All other creditors of JR..,also known as w.
the decedent and other Jere Tolton, Jr., de-
persons having claims ceased, File Number Legal # 100571
or demands against 09-CP-242, is pending
decedent's estate, in- in the Circuit Court, IN THE CIRCUIT OF
cluding unmatured, First Judicial Circuit for THE JUDICIAL CIR-
contingent or unliqui- 0 k a I o o s a CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
dated claims, must file County,Floridaa, Pro- AND FOR OKALOOSA
their claims with the bate Division, the ad- COUNTY CASE NO;.
Court WITHIN 3 dress of which is Post 2008 CA 006156 S
MONTHS AFTER THE Office Drawer 1359,
DATE OF THE FIRST Crestview, Florida BANK OF AMERICA,
PUBLICATION OF 32536. The name and NA.,
THIS NOTICE. addresses of the per-
sonal representative vs
ALL CLAIMS AND OB- and fhat personal
SECTIONS NOT SO representative's attor- GENEVA BENBERRY,
FILED WILL BE FOR- ney are set forth below. et. al.
EVER BARRED. ALL INTERESTED Defendants.
The date of first publi- PERSONS ARE NO- NOTICE OF ACTION
cation of this notice is TICED THAT:
April 4, 2009. TO: GENEVA
All creditors of the de- BENBERRY
SUSAN ELLEN ANA- cedent and other per- Whose residence is:
STASIA son having claims 801 FOREST COVE,
Personal Representa- against decedent's es- CT, MARY ESTHER, FL
tive tate-on whoni a copy of 32569
7-2 South Meadow Vil- this notice is served
lage with three months after If alive, and if dead, all
Carver, Massachusetts the date of the first parties claiming inter-
02330 publication of this no- est by through, under
tice must file their or against GENEVA
MICHAEL A. JONES,, claims with this Court BENBERRY and all par-
ESQ. WITHIN THE LATER ties having or claiming
POST OFFICE BOX OF THREE MONTHS to have any right, title
947 AFTER THE DATE OF or interest in the prop-
NICEVILLE, FL THE FIRST PUBLICA- erty described herein.
32588-0947 TION OF THIS NOTICE
850-729-7440 OF THIRTY DAYS AF- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Florida Bar No. 332471 TER THE DATE OF that an action for Fore-
Attorney for Personal SERVICE OF A COPY closure of Mortgage on
Representative OF THIS NOTICE ON the following described
THEM. property:
04/04/09
04/11/09 All other creditors of LOT(S) 7, BLOCK A OF
the decedent and per- FOREST COVE ADDI-
sons having claims or TION 1 AS RECORDED
demands against the IN PLAT BOOK 13,
decedent's' estate must PAGE 2 ET ESQ., OF
file their claims with this THE PUBLIC REC-
Do Something court WITHIN THREE WORDS OF OKALOOSA
MONTHS AFTER THE COUNTY FLORIDA.
Good For DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF a/k/a 801 FOREST
Tomorrow THIS NOTICE. COVE CT MARY ES-

RECYCLE ALL CLAIMS AND DE-THER,FL32569
MANDS NOT SO has been filed against
TODAY! FIWED WILL BE FOR- you and you are re-
TUDAY! EVER BARRED. quired to serve, a copy
I of your written de-


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senses, if any, to it, i
Nwabufo Umunna, I
torney for Plaint
whose address is 29C
Stirling Road, Sui
300, Fort Lauderdal
Florida 33312 either
or before May 2
2009, and file the ori
nal with' the Clerk
this Court either befo
service on Plaintiffs
torney or immediate
thereafter; otherwise
default will be enter
against you for the n
lief demanded in tl
complaint.
WITNESS my hand ai
the seal of this Cot
this 6 day of Apr
2009.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice
Action, Complaint ai
Us Pendens were se
to the defendants ai
address named above
In accordance with tl
Americans with Disab
cities Act, persons nee
ing a reasonable a
commodation to part
ipate in this proceedii
should, no later the
seven (7) days pri
contact the Clerk of tl
Court's disability coi
dinator at 850651749
1250 N EGLIN PKV
SUITE A11
SHALIMAR FL, 3257
If ,hearing impaired
contact (TD
800955877t via Floric
Relay System.
This is an attempt
collect a debt. Any I
formation obtalne
will be used for th
purpose.
04/11/09
04/18/09

Legal #100572
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIF
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA-
CIVIL ACTION CASI
NO.:-
46-2009-CA-000968
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.:
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS;DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CRED
TORS, TRUSTEES, OF
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, .
THROUGH,UNDER,
OR AGAINST KEVIN
MICHAEL JOSEY DE-
CEASED, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS,DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN.
EES, LIENORS,"
CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
ING BY,
THROUGH,UNDER,
OR AGAINST KEVIN
MICHAEL JOSEY DE-
CEASED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN'


on ANY AND ALL UN-
At- KNOWN PARTIES
iff., CLAIMING BY,
01 THROUGH, UNDER,
ite AND AGAINST THE
le, HEREIN NAMED INDI-
on VIDUAL DEFEND-
21, ANT(S) WHO ARE
gi- NOT KNOWN TO BE
Of DEAD OR ALIVE,
re WHETHER SAID UN-
at- KNOWN PARTIES'
ily MAY CLAIM AN IN-
a- TEREST AS SPOUSE,
ed HEIRS, DEVISEES,
e- GRANTEES, OR
he OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
id DRESS: UNKNOWN
urt
ril, CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
dlose a mortgage on
the following property
of in OKALOOSA County,
nd Florida:
mt
ind COMMENCE AT THE
. SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF THE SOUTH-
he WEST 1/4 OF THE
bilr NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
ad- SECTION 33, TOWN-
Ac- SHIP 4 NORTH,
ic- RANGE 23 WEST,
ig OKALOOSA COUNTY,
an FLORIDA; THENCE
or PROCEED SOUTH 89
he DEGREES 33 MIN-
or- UTES 23 SECONDS
97, EAST, A DISTANCE
WY OF 423.81 FEET TO
4, THE POINT OF BE-
79. GINNING;'THENCE-
*d, PROCEED NORTH 00
D) DEGREES 26 MIN-
da UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
549.54 FEET; THENCE
to PROCEED NORTH 74
n- DEGREES 38
ad MINUTES 35 SEC-
1at ONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 415.86
FEET; THENCE PRO-
CEED SOUTH 03 DE-
GREES 02 MINUTES
28 SECONDS WEST,
A DISTANCE OF .
458.21 FEET; THENCE
PROCEED NORTH 89
DEGREES 33 MIN-
UTES 33 SECONDS
"- WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 104.91 FEET;
THENCE PROCEED
Y, SOUTH 12 DEGREES
38 MINUTES 23 SEC-
E ONDS WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 210.00
FEET; THENCE PRO-
CEED NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 33 MINUTES
51 SECONDS WEST,
A DISTANCE OF
230.09 FEET BACK
TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE
PARCEL HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED.
has been filed against
I- you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenises, if any, oh or .
before May 22, 2009, .
on Florida Default Law
Group, P.L., Plaintiffs
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.
N
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 7 day of April,
2009.


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-
F09016436
**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.
04/11/08
04/18/09

Legal # 100573
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR \
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-002877
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFERY D.
MCCLURE, et al,
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO: JEFFERY D.
MCCLURE, et al. -
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5303 MARILEA
COURT CRESTVIEW,
FL 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CARLA MCCLURE
LAST 'KNOWN AD-
DRESS 5303 MARILEA
COURT CRESTVIEW,
FL 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property,
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 16, BLOCK D,
LEE FARM SUBDIVI-
SION-PHASEE 1, BE-
ING A PORTION OF
SECTIONS 12 AND
13, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24
WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN


PLAT BOOK 21,
PAGES 86-88, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against
you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before May 22,
2009, on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,
plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634, and file the
original with this Court
either 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.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 7 day of April.
2009. i
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018,
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-
F09016436
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accoYdance 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.
04/11/08
04/18/09

Legal #100574
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,.'
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO.
2009-CP-275.
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF
MATLEY F. MELLOW,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The ,administration of
the estate of Martley F.
Mellow, deceased,
whose date of death
was September 27,
2008 and whose social,
security number is
012-18-4089 is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, Florida


32536. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and 'other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE -OF SEiVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-'
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is April 11, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James C. Campbell,
Esquire
Florida Bar No. 708283
#4 11th Avenue, Suite
2 Shalimar, Florida
32579
850-651-9313
'Personal Representa-
.tive:
Hilda R Mellow
1001 Marwalt Drive
#428 Fort Walton
Beach, FI 32547'
04/11/09
04/18/09


Legal #120193
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with
Florida Statues, Keep-
safe Storage; located
at 101 Hospital Drive,
Crestview, Florida will
offer for sale to the
highest bidder the
household and other
goods stored in the be-
low, listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not
paid by the tenants.,
Unit B27 Bridget
Canady
Unit C57 Amber Lilly
Unit H14 Quality Con-
crete
Unit 126 Nichole
Overly
Unit 147 Clara
Capewell ,
Unit155 Justin Baker.
The sale shall take
place on April 21, 2009
At 10:00 a.m..at Keep-
Safe Storage.
04/11/08
04/18/08


Legal #120201 Tele: (850) 683-3940 that Sauternes V,
Fax: (850) 689-8630 as holder of the fc
IN THE CIRCUIT Florida Bar No: 0150185 ing certificate, has
COURT OF THE said certificate for
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Personal Deed to be is:
CUIT IN AND FOR Representative thereon. The certify
OKALOOSA COUNTY, STEPHEN KILPATRICK number and year i
FLORIDA 127 Maloney Lane suance, the nam
PROBATE DIVISION Des Allemands, which the proper
CASE NO.: Louisiana 70030 assessed and the
2009-CP-000205 scription of the [
4/11/2009 erty is as follows:
IN RE: ESTATE OF 4/18/2009 Certificate # 247
PAUL GLENN 2006 Assessed
KILPATRICK DONALD YANDEL
Deceased. Legal 6035 ERLIND STEESE
Description: C(
140OTICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT TRYVIEW EST PI
ADMINISTRATION COURT OF THE FIRST 4TH ADD LOT 20
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Parcel
The. administration of AND FOR OKALOOSA 31-3N-23-056M-000
the estate of Paul COUNTY, FLORIDA -0200 Opening
Glenn Kilpatrick, de- $67,364.95
ceased, File Number Case No. 09dr542 TDA Case #: 2009
2009-CP-000205, is 000058 C
pending. in the Circuit Kristen Gibson All of said property
Court for Okaloosa Petitioner, ing in the Count
!County, Florida, Pro- Okaloosa, State of
bate Division, the ad- and ida.
dress of which is Unless the certifica
Okaloosa County Nathan Gibson redeemed accordir
Courthouse, Post Of- Respondent law, the property
fice Drawer 1359, scribed in the c
,Crestview, Florida NOTICE OF ACTION cate will be sold ti
32536, (850) 689-7200. FOR DISSOLUTION highest bidder in
The names and ad- OF MARRIAGE BCC Board Me
dresses of the personal Room at the Okal
representative and that TO: County Courthc
personal representa- Nathan Gibson Crestview, Florid;
tive's attorney are set 1053 Price Street 10:00 a.m. on Tue
forth below. Pismo Beach, CA 93449 April 28, 2009. R
tration begins at
ALL, INTERESTED YOU ARE NOTIFIED am.
PERSONS ARE NOTI- that an action has been
FIED THAT: filed against you and Dated this 11th di
that you are required to March, 2009.
All persons upon whom serve a copy of your
this notice is served written defenses, if any, DON W. HOWARD
who have objections to it on Kristen Gibson CLERK OF THE
.that challenge the va- whose address is 520 CUIT COURTS
lidity of. the will, the Pelham Street, Fort By: Lisa L. Guia,
qualifications of the Walton Beach, FL uty Clerk
personal representa- 32547 on or before
live, venue, or jurisdic- May 19, 2009, and file 03/18/09
tion' of the Court are re- the original with the 03/25/09
quired to file their ob- clerk of this Court at 04/01/09
sections with this Court Okaloosa County 04/11/09
WITHIN THE LATER Courthouse, 1250 N.
OF THREE MONTHS Eglin Parkway,
AFTER THE DATE OF Shalimar, FL 32579 be- Legal#100575
THE FIRST PUBLICA- fore service on Peti-
TION OF THIS NOTICE tioner or immediately IN THE CIRCUIT
OR THIRTY DAYS AF- thereafter. If you fail to COURT OF TH
TER THE DATE OF do so, a default may be FIRST JUDICIAL C
SERVICE OF A COPY entered against you for CUIT OF FLORII
OF THIS NOTICE ON the relief demanded,in AND FOR OKALO
THEM. the petition. COUNTY CASE I
Copies of all court doc- 2007-CA-00297'
All creditors of the de- uments in this case; in-
cedent and other per- cluding orders, are SAXON MORTG
sons having claims or available at the Clerk of SERVICESM, INC.,
demands .against the the Circuit Court's .of- Plaintiff,
decedent's estate on fice. You may review .
whom a copy of this these documents upon vs.
notice is served within request.
three months after the You must keep the CHRISTOPHER
date of the first publica- Clerk of the Circuit QUINN et. al.
tion of this notice must Court's office notified, of Defendants.
file their claims with this your current address.
Court WITHIN THE (You may file Notice of, NOTICE OF FOF
LATER OF THREE Current Address, Flor- CLOSURE SAL
MONTHS AFTER THE ida Supreme Court Ap-
DATE OF THE FIRST proved Family Law NOTICE IS HEI
PUBLICATION OF Form 12.915.) Future GIVEN pursuant to
THIS NOTICE OR papers in this lawsuit nal Judgment of
THIRTY DAYS AFTER will be mailed to the closure dated M;
THE DATE OF SERV- address on record at 25, 2009 and en
ICE OF-A COPY OF the clerk's office. in Case No 2007
THIS NOTICE ON WARNING: Rule. 002974S, of the C
THEM. 12.285, Florida Family Court of the First
Law Rules of Proce- cial Circuit in an.
All other creditors of dure, requires certain OKALOOSA Cc
the decedent and per- .automatic disclosure of Florida, wh
sons having claims' documents and infor- SAXON MORTG
against the estate of mation. Failure to com- SERVICES, INC.,
the decedent must file ply can result in sanc- Plaintiff and CHRI
their claims with this tions, including dis- PHER W. QUINN;
Court WITHIN- THREE missal or striking of KNOWN SPOUSE
MONTHS AFTER THE pleadings. CHRISTOPHER
DATE OF THE FIRST QUINN; ANY AND
PUBLICATION OF Dated: 4/7/2009 UNKNOWN PAR
THIS NOTICE. CLAIMING
CLERK OF THE THROUGH, UN
ALL CLAIMS, DE- CIRCUIT COURT AND AGAINST
MANDS AND OBJEC- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL HEREIN NAMED
TIONS NOT SO FILED By: K. Brown VIDUAL DEF
WILL BE FOREVER Deputy Cler ANT(S) WHO AREI
BARRED. KNOWN TO BE D
Legal 6035 OR ALIVE, WHET
The date of the first April 11, 18, 25, May 2,, SAID 'UNKNOWN
t publication of this no- 2009 TIES MAY CLAIMI
tice is April 11,2009. INTEREST
SPOUSE, HEIRS,
Attorney for Personal Legal# 100587 VISEES, GRAN'
Representative OR OTHER CI
RYAN MYNARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- ANTS; MORTC
Attorney at Law, RA. TION FOR TAX DEED ELECTRONIC RE
Post Office Box 249 TRACTION SYST
Crest'iew,.FL 32536 Notice'is hereby given INC. AS NOM


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04/11/09
04/18/09

LEGAL#120198
Request for
SProposals
Architectural and
Engineering Services
for the Crestview
Housing Authority

The Crestyiew Housing
Authority (HA) hereby
requests proposals
from qualified Architec-
tural/Engineering (A/E)y
Firms to provide design
and engineering -sup-
port services required
to implement facility
renovations funded for
a one year period un-
der the HA's ARRA
Comprehensive Grant
Program (CGP). The
HA will sign a contract
that covers work
scheduled in Federal
Fiscal Year (FFY) 2009
and (FFY) 2010, pro-
vided funds are availa-
ble from the U.S. De-
partment of Housing
and Urban Develop-
ment (HUD). The HA
expects to receive ap-
proximately $542,000
for the year of ARRA
funds for physical im-


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LLC, FOR METROCITIES
bllow- MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A
filed NO RED TAPE MORT-
a Tax GAGE; TENANT#1;
sued TENANT#2; TEN-
ficate ANT#3; TENANT #4
of is- are the Defendants. I
e in will sell to the highest
ty is and best bidder for
de- cash at Shalimar Court-
prop- house Annex, front
door, 1250 Eglin Park-
9 of way, Shalimar, FI
to: 32579, at 11:00 AM on
.L & April 28 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
OUN- erty as set forth in said
H 4, Final Judgment, to wit:
ID#: LOT 30, BLOCK G, IN-
0 DIAN BAYOU, UNIT
Bid: ONE, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT,
9 TD THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
y be- BOOK 5, PAGES 114
y of THROUGH 117, OF
Flor- THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
ate is COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ng to
de- Any person claiming an
ertifi- interest in the surplus
o the from the sale, if any,
the other than the property
eting owner as of .date of the
loosa lis pendens must file a
house, claim within 60 days af-
a at ter the sale.
sday,
egis- Don W. Howard
9:30 As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
ay of
'Dated this 27 day of
March, 2009
CIR- A copy of this Notice of
Action, Complaint and
Dep- Lis Pendens were sent
to the defendants and
address named above.
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
|T seven (7) days prior
E contact the Clerk of the
CIR- Court's disability coor-
DA dinator at 8506517497,
OSA 1250 N EGLIN PKWY
NO. SUITE A114,
4S SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If hearing impaired,
GAGE contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
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provement needs for LEGAL#120200 if you are voice im-
the next year. The HA paird, call
cannot guarantee the IN THE CIRCUIT 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via
annual funding COURT OF THE 1ST Florida Relay Services).
amounts since the CGP JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
is a Federally Funded AND FOR OKALOOSA Kahane & Associates,
Program and depends COUNTY, FLORIDA RA. 8201 Peters Road,
upon .the Federal CIVIL DIVISION CASE Ste. 3000 Plantation,
Government's budget- NO. 2008CA005829S FL 33324 Tele-
ing process. phone:(954)382-34
Proposals must be re- DEUTSCHE BANK NA- Telefacsimile:(954)382-
ceived at the Crestview TIONAL TRUST COM- -
Housing Authority Of- PANY, AS TRUSTEE 4/4/2009
fice located at 371 W. UNDER NOVASTAR 4/11/2009
Hickory Avenue, Crest- MORTGAGE, FUND-
view, FL by 3:OOP.M. 'ING TRUST, SERIES
on Friday, April 17, 2006-4 LEGAL#120203
2009. Plaintiff,


4/4/2009
4/8/2009


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COURT FOR
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Puppy
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3100 Antiques
3110-Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
%I An nanyiaR.-


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Equipment. Shampoo
chair, mat (standing),
Styling Stations many
other misc. items Call
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4120 -'Sales
413. FmnlnEmpo nt


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4/11/2009 ISA KUTLESHI; BEA- FLORIDA PROBATE 3150 Building Supplies Information quiet, gae50do pets
4/15/2009 TRIX V. KUTLESHI; DIVISION FILE NO. 3160 Business m o req. 585-6985
__ MORTGAGE ELEC- 08CP1222 DIVISION Equipment mo Ise req.5
TRONIC REGISTRA- 3170- CollectiblesW Crestview 2BR/1BA
LEGAL#120199 TION SYSTEMS, INC., IN RE: ESTATE OF 3180 Computers [ 4100 Creshtviewdrer2B eA
AS NOMINEE FOR BERTHA LEE BAKER 3190 Electronics washer, dryer, stove,
IN THE CIRCUIT NOVASTAR MORT- Deceased KE 3200 Firewood Administrative / Clerical refrig. $500.mo +
COURT OF THE GAGE, INC.; HAWKINS 3220 Furniture $500dp 136 Lake St.
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- PLACE OWNERS AS- NOTICE TO CREDI- 3230- Garage/Yard Sales Admin Call 682-6514
SND FOR SOCIATEDION, UNIN- TRS 3250 Good Things toEat Assistant Crestvlew- Lr/br/bath
FLORIDA PROBATE CTCON; NKANOWN T a 3260 Health & Fitness Admin. Asst. for local completely furnished,
FLORIDA PROBATE CIATION ; UNKNOWN The -administration of 3270 Jewelry/Clothino condo assn. Long cable, washer, dryer,
BER 2009-CP-274 SESSION OF .THE Baker, deceased, 3 Equipmentnt te lo l e lent nhO
NOSCE TO CREDI- UBJECT PROPERTY; whose date of death 3290- MedicalEqu nt dokke omu c- 423-0370 m. call
TORS was July 12, 2008, is 3310- Musicallnstruments putter, & communica-
NOTICE OF FORE- pending in the Circuit 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ tion skills. Salary based
IN RE: Estate of JU- CLOSURE SAL F Court for Okaloosa Supplies on Exp. Contact Mr.
DITH NICHOLS TAL o OSRE SALE -County, Florida, Pro- 3330 -Restaurant/Hotel Shelton850-424-3269
ILEY, a/k/a JUDITH N NOTICE IS HEREBY bate Division, the ad- 3340- Sporting Goods WeblD#27853754 6130
LEYG/ JUIIVT E N. NOTICE ISu HEREBY dress of which is 101 E. 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
TALLEY GIVEN pursuant to a Fl- James Lee Blvd., Dance Instructor _,
Deceased. nal Judgment of Fore- Crestview FL 32536. Fred Astaire Studio is
closure dated- March The names and ad- iM k I looking for Artistic, Fun, UfW iT ,,1
The administration of 30, 2009, and entered dresses of the personal 3220 Energetic dance in-
HOLS TALLof JUDIT 008CA005829S ofhe representative and the $490 Sofa & Loveseat structors. No exp. Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
a/k/a JUDITH N. TALLEY, Circuit Court of the pesentatives n aor set Microfiber, new in needed. Full time TH, $700 mo, $725 dd.
elk/a- JUDITH N. TAL- Circuit Court of the 1strepresentatives attor- box. Lifetime warr. Can 682-1455 No smoke/pets. Near
LEY, Deceased, File Judicial Circuit in and re sforthbo box. Lifetime warr. Can....... No smoke/pets. Near
Number 2009-CP-274, for. OKALOOSA All creditors of the d- eliver.850-471-0330 Insurance Walker Elem. 240-0890
is pending in the Circuit County, Florida. DEUT- cedent and other per- Mattress, NEW Queen
Court for Okaloosa SCHE BANK NA- sons having claims or- Pillowtop w/foundation. A Terrific Crestview- 3 .br,
County, Florida, the ad- TIONAL TRUST COM- demands against Factory sealed. Warr. Oprtuity! 2.5ba, icg TH- near
dress of which is PANY, AS TRUSTEE decedent's estate on $165. 850 471-0330 pprtnity shopping W/D hkup.
CountyJudi-UNER-whom a copy of this B- $750 mo. Pet neg.
Okaloosa N: NR NOVAARw ma ofthsrndNamePillowtp Liberty National Life Mil. Disc.897-0267-
cial Center, ATTN: Pro- MORTGAGE, FUND- notiQe is required to be Set King, st ill in plas-Inysrance Company .D_____.
bate Division, Post Of- ING TRUST, SERIES served must file their tic warranty. $225. Call $Insurance Eompany
fice Box 1359, Crest- 2006-4 is Plaintiff and claims withthis court 850 255-3050 tential, Benefits, nenin
view, Florida ISA KUTLESHI; BEA- WITHIN THE LATER tential, Benefits, Pe- ,
32536-1359. The TRIX V. KUTLESHI; UN- OFs3 MONTHS AFTER sion, 401(k), BBS9
names and addresses KNOWN PERSON(S) THE TIME OF THE Insurance for those 40
of the Personal Repre- IN POSSESSION OF" RST :TPUBI CATO N Ff W T 1-surance 5for1 2 those & 4-BR Hom I
sentative and the Per- THE SUBJECT PROP- OF THIS NOTICE OR 1-800-257-5500. 1, 2, 3 & 4 BRHomes
attorneys present fourths ETRONIC REGIS- DAORTGAGERE 30 DAYS AFTER THE Green Lazy Boy Sofa Landreth Farms, 682-4070 or 830-2061Call
attorneys reset forth ELETRONIC SYSTEMSDATE OF SERVICE OF $150. 2 pine end tables Vardaman Ms. *is now
below. rs of TRATION SYSTEMS, A COPY OF THIS NO- $40 each. taking applications for' Baker 3BR/3BA home
cedent and other per- FOR NOVASTAR other creditors of 850-682-3678 seasonal work for the with lawn care 'incl.
sons having claims or MORTGAGE INC.TAR All other creditors of period of 05/10/2009 $900.mo Call 758-1506
demands against or MORTGAWKNS PLACE t he decedent and other thru 07/15/2009. The --
demaent's estate, gain- OWNERS ASSOCIA pers having claims number of openings for Crestview 3BR/2BA
decedent's estate, in-OWNERS A CA or' danands against temporary workers
eluding unmatured, TION, UNINCORPORA-. decedent's estate must 3230 temporary workers is Brick home in excellent
contingent or unliqui- TED ASSOCIATION; file their claims with this 20in rows Plant potato vines condition. $800. mo no
dated claims, on whom are defendants. I will court' WITHIN 3 in rows while sitting in pets. Call 850-951-0444
a copy of this, notice is sell to the highest.and MONTHS AFTER THE fEW planter. Pick sweet p- or 850-758-9096
served must file their best bidder for cash at DATE OF THE FIRST ON tatoes from the vines.
claims with this Court AT THE FRONT PUBLICATION OF carry the potatoes in Crestview 3BR/2BA
WITHIN THE LATER SOUTH DOOR THIS NOTICE' Crestview buckets and place the. house for rent $550.-
OF THREE (3) COURTHOUSE ALL CLAIMS NOT Yard Sale potatoes in bins on mo + $550. dd Avail.
MONTHS AFTER THE STEPS, OKALOOSA FILED WITHIN THE 5639 Park Place ,trailers. Work will be May 1. Call 398-2284
DATE OF THE FIRST COUNTY COORT- TIME PERIODS SET April 117 a.m. -12 noon from 7:00a.m. to is
PUBLICATION OF HOUSE, 101 JAMES FORTH IN SECTION Grandview Heights-- 5:00p.m. The salary i Crestvlew Small 1 BR
THIS NOTICE OR LEE -BLVD. EAST, 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Grandview Drive to $8.41 per.hour the em- house' w/storage room.
THIRTY (30) DAYS AF- R ES T V I E W IDA PROBATE CODE Oakcrest, turn right on player guarantees that Call 682-0825
TER THE DATE OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, WILL BE FOREVER Park Place. 3/4 of the employment
SERVICE OF .A COPY FLORIDA, AT 101 BARRED. FOREVER le furniture bed- term will be paid All
OF THIS NOTICE ON EAST. JAMES LEE NOTWITHSTANDING ding, 18 pool liner work toos wil be pro-
.THEM. BLVD., CRESTVIEW IN THE TIME 'PERIODS children books etc. voided at no cost. Trans- s
All other creditors of OKALOOSA COUNTY SET FORTH ABOVE, portation and subsist
the decedent and per- FL, at 11:00 a.m., on ANY CLAIM FILED b y ence costs will be paid Cs.lW "
sons having claims or the 4 day of May, 2009, TWO (2) YEARS OR 0AJ comlY by the employer upon Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
demands against the the following described MORE AFTER THE NEW Ili completion of 50% of home. ONLY $850 mo!
decedent's .estate, in- property as set forth in DECEDENT'S DATE OF the contract. Free Call. Jenny at Pelican
eluding unmatured, said Final Judgment, to DEATH IS BARRED. Laurel Hill Whousing iS proved td. Real Estate 315-0972
contingentornliui- wit The date f first publi- Heritage reasorkers blywhonably retuannotC'Vew 2br, baNo
dated -claims, must file LOT 4, HAWKINS cation of this notice is wt ,r h cdew 2br 1ba oNo
their ,claims 'with this PLACE, ACCORDING Apri1,2009. Plantation their permanent resi- Pets/smoke. $575 mo+
court WITHIN TO THE PLAT Ar 0Golf Course wok dence at the end of the 1st last &sec. dep.
THREE(3)MONTHS AF- THEREOF AS RE- 4/11/2009 1 work day. Apply at j8o-50 55331
TER THE DATE OF CORDED IN, PLAT 4/18/2009 1 nearest job service and
THE. FIRST PUBLICA- BOOK 17, PAGE 72, Liquidation sale or fax generic applica- Holt House for rent or
TION. OF THIS -NO- OF THE PUBLIC REC- on Saturday tion with job order # to sale. 3bd 2ba, 2 story,
TICE. ALL CLAIMS ORDS OF OKALOOSA J. Smith ,601-321-6080 1 ac, fended in, above'
NOT SO FILED WILL COUNTY, FLORIDA. Misnc os sr equ- SJb#M 099 ground pool $850. mo
BE, FOREVER A person claiming an met chansaws, re- '+dd & ref. 499-7412 or
BARRED. T interest in the surplus 11 fr50gerator, industrial ice 537 8528
NOTWITHSTANDING, from the sale, if any, maker mat cutter, __ __V_____________
THE TIME ;PERIOD- other than the property shirts, golf clubs, misc.
SET FORTH ABOVE, owner as of the date of golf-.quipment, kitchen
ANY CLAIM. FILED the lis'pendens mus ta equipment, displaySouthern Recors
TWO(2) YEARS OR file a claim with 60 Nracks, furniture & more Su rn orsFT
MORE AFTER THE days after the sale. Inside entrance Build- Mgmt o
DECEDENT'S DATE OF Dated this 1 day oIf Single white male 41 ing. 3201 Heritage Day- shift. .,Position
DEATH IS BARRED. April 2009. yrs 6' 185 bs brown Plantation Blvd., Laurel available Release of in-
The date of the first hair, brown eyes, look- Hill. 9am-5pm formation clerk/. oMedit-
publication of this No- DON W. HOWARD ing for a slender white l setting. HS diploma or
tice is April 4, 2009. As Clerk of said Court woman 35-45. I've been eft niv Comutr skills Room for rent for a
eouviuq Com uter skills Room for rent for a


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6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
06130 -'Condo/Townhouse
6140 HouseRentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


ATTORNEY FOR PER- By: K. Brown
SONAL REPRESENTA- As Deputy Clerk
TIVE:
ROBERT D. HART, JR., In accordance with the
FL BAR #111552 American's with Disabil-
CLARK, PARTINGTON, cities Act, If you are a
HART, LARRY, BOND person with a disability
& STACKHOUSE who needs any accom-
Suite 800, 125 West modation in order to
Romana Street Post Of- participate in this pro-
fice Drawer 13010 Pen- ceeding, you are enti-
sacola, Florida tied, at no cost to you,
32591-3010 Tele- to provisions of certain
phone:(850)434-92 assistance. Please con-
A0438188 tact the Court Adminis-
Strator at 1250 Eglin
PERSONAL REPRE- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
SENTATIVE: CATHER- 32579, Phone No.
INE G. MILLER 44833 (850)651-7259 within 2
GLORIOSA LANE LAN- working days of your
:CASTER, CALIFORNIA receipt of his notice or
93535 pleading; if you are
hearing impaired, call
4/4/2009 e1-800955-8771 (TDD);
4/11/2009


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mobile home in Auburn
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includes" phone, cable
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3br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo -includes all
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16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba,
W/D hook ups, CH&A,
$675 /mo., $400 dep.
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2100 -'Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
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2120- Pel Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
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2140 Pels/Livestock
Wanted
2150- Pet Memorials


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602 Mooney
Road

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ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
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wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
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back yard perfect for
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Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq
ft of heated and air W
conditioned area. 2 car d R IO
.garage, storage build-
ing at rear of property
210 ft on US Hwy 90 8100-Antique& Collectibles
west house and land in 8110-Cars
west house and land in 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
perfect condition. 8130-Trucks
$150,000 call 862-9013 8140-Vans
or 862-3303 8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
L O ^8240 Boat & Marine
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8245 Boat Slips & Docks
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Individual wants to 8320 ATV'Off Road Vehicles
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High School softball
Baker at Pleasant Home
tournament, TBA

Monday
High School baseball
Malone at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Baker at Jay, 6:30 p.m.

Middle School baseball
Davidson at Ruckel, 3:30 p.m.
Richbourg at Lewis, 3:30'p.m.

Middle School softball
Davidson at Ruckel, 3:30 p.m.
Richbourg at Lewis, 3:30 p.m.

Middle School golf
Pryor at Davidson, 2:30 p.m.
Richbourg at St. Mary's,
3:30 p.m.

Middle School tennis
Richbourg at Lewis, 3 p.m.
St. Mary's at Davidson, 3 p.m.

Tuesday
High School track
Crestview at County Meet,
FWB, 3 p.m.
Baker at District 1-1A Meet at
Jay, 12:30 p.m.

BRIEFS
YMCA news
The Crestview YMCA is
now holding registration spring-
soccer is open for children
ages 2-14, Cost is $36 for
YMCA members and $48 for
nonmembers.
Registration ends April 16.

TEAS Spring Golf
Tournament
The TEAS Spring Golf
tournament is set for April 17 at
Foxwood Country Club.
Cost is $30 per TEASer and
immediate family member or
significant other. All others in
a foursome must pay $40.Cost
includes cart fees, lunch and
.three drink/snack ,tickets.
Check in starts at 10:30 a.m.
with a shotgun start at 12:30,
p.m. Entry deadline is 10 a.m.
April 16.
To register, contact Janie
Lambert at 729-6255.

Korean Martial Arts
The Gordon Martial Arts
Family Center will host the third
annual Korean Martial Arts
Festival on April 17-19.
The festival will include
workshops and seminars
dealing with Korean stylists.
Registration cost is $99.
For 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 1-mile fun
run for the kids.
The 5K starts bat 8:30 a.m.
and the fun run at 9:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the.run will
benefit the Crestview Pregnancy
Center and to help buil&a well
in Mali, Africa. Cost of the 5K is
$20. The fun run fee is $10.
For more information, e-mail
race director Kinetta Johnson
at kinetta@mosaiccreslview.
com.

46 OSS Griffin Golf
Tournament
The fifth annual OSS Griffin
Golf tournament will take place
April 24 at Foxwood Country
Club with a noon shotgun start.
Cost is $45 per person and
includes lunch, closest to the
pin, longest drive and a hole
in one contest.
For information, contact
TSGT'Kristt Russell or Gene .
Webb at 882-2614.


CHS hoops coach won't return


Kyle Wright
Crestview New9 Bulletin
Crestview is seeking a new
lead Dawg for its boys' basket-
ball program.
Crestview principal Ed Cole-
man confirmed Brian Humphrey
will not return as the school's
boys' basketball coach next year
after a five-year tenure on the
Crestview sidelines.
"What I can say at this time
is coach Humphrey and I have
agreed there needs to be a new
direction in the basketball pro-
gram, and that is what we are
going to pursue," Coleman
said.
Crestview 'compiled a 62-91
record during Humphrey's five


seasons with no state playoff ap-
pearances. The Bulldogs went
13-13 in Humphrey's first year,
but have been under .500 the past
four seasons. Crestview went 6-
18 this season and tied for last
place in District 1-5A.
"I enjoyed five years being in-
volved in Crestview basketball,
and we had a lot of good times,"
Humphrey said. "I wish them
luck to do well next year and
hope they do well in the district
tournament."
Humphrey played on Crest-
view's 1985 boys basketball state
championship team before tak-
ing over the coaching position at
his alma mater in 2004.
Coleman said the county-wide
school budget situation will be a


factor in finding a new coach.
"My problem is we're laying
off people, and you can't hire
people, either," Coleman said.
"It's very difficult to go out in the
community and say, 'Would you
like to just coach?' So that's the
dilemma we face."
Coleman said five other var-
sity coaching positions at CHS
could be affected by the budget
situation.
"Hopefully as we go through
the next couple of months as far
as settling everything we can call
back some of those coaches,"
Coleman said. "Some have even
said they may want to still coach-
even if they don't have a teaching
job. But officially, six vacancies
(including boys basketball)."


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Seven years have passed since Baker
and Crestview last met in football.
The Bulldogs beat the Gators 44-0 on
Sept. 6,2002, as they began their march to
a perfect regular season and a runner-up
finish in the Class 3A state tournament.
Ayear earlier, in 2001, Crestview edged
Baker 17-9 in Matt Brunson's first game
as the Bulldog head coach.
For fans waiting to see a renewal of the
north Okaloosa County rivalry, that wait is
almost over.
The Bulldogs will host the Gators in the
2009 regular season opener on Sept. 4.
"I think it's an exciting game because
of the proximity of the two communities,"
Brunson said. "I think the kids from both
sides will be excited about the game, and
it will be a good lead-up to the season.
"I think their kids will be tough and as
physical as anybody be we play."
Gator coach Bob Kellogg views the
game as a measuring stick.


"I think it's an opportunity for us to
see the type of teams we will see in the
playoffs," he said; "You take a North Flor-
ida Christian or a Florida High and they
might be better than a Crestview. They
have more Division I players, but that's
who we have to face when we get in the
playoffs.
"I want our kids to see this is what you
have to deal with if you get in the playoffs.
Matt does a great job with his kids. He's
not blessed with a lot of Division I tal-
ent, but he kids a lot of mileage out of his
kids."
Kellogg, a former Crestview assistant
himself, is realistic with his expectations
about facing the Bulldogs. .
"You just hope you can be competitive,"
he said. "Really it's a numbers game.
. "We have so many kids going both
ways, and I don't know how many Matt
will have, but if you can be competitive in
a game like that for a half or whatever, you
think you have a chance in your league
against people like you that play 8-10 kids
both ways."


Crestview High School football coach Matt Brunson, right, and Baker football
coach Bob Kellogg announced their teams will meet in the 2009 season opener.
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3 reasons

Baker is eager

to take on

Crestview

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker football coach
Bob Kellogg admits
there is a method to the
madness of scheduling
Crestview in the 2009
season opener.
"As I looked into a
game like this ... no
question Crestview should
win," he said. "It would
be very hard for us to be
.competitive, but there
were three things I looked
'at in playing this game.
"A game like this will
financially allow us to do
some things here at Baker
that we can't do because of
the finances. We will make
more in this game than
we will make probably
in three games, so it will
allow us to give our kids
something. That is a
selfish reason."
Next on Kelldgg's list
was how facing Crestview
could get his team ready
for a possible postseason
game.
"It gives our kids an
idea of, 'This is what
you are going to have to
compete against in the
playoffs in our league
(classification),'" lie said.
"The teams we face (in'
the postseason) if you
look at them North
Florida Christian, Trinity
Christian, Jacksonville
Christian, Florida. High
and all of them are
going to come out with 50
kids on the team with. one
or two kids playing both
ways, and some of them
none of them playing both
ways.
"So when you play a
Crestview, a big rival, it's
going to be a big venue for
you. Your kids get an idea
of what it's like to get in
the playoffs in our league
because that's how it is.
It's not fair to the public
schools I'm going to say
that up front, that we have
to contend, we take our
25-30 kids out on the field
and then you face private
schools."
Kellogg's third reason
is a little more subtle, but
he's not ashamed to admit
it.
"My last reason I
guess is I'm using it as a
'recruiting' tool," Kellogg
said.
Kellogg believes every
young man could benefit
from playing football, and
some of them will only
have that chance to play at
a school like Baker.
"I think football is the
greatest team sport left
that you can play," he
said. "I think kids need
to experience something
that is not so individual,
and football is a great
team sport. It is the only
tough game left as far as
physically demanding and
tough on you from every
aspect. I think when kids
accomplish that it carries
them through in life.
"It's hard at big schools
because there are a lot
of kids that never see the
field. But in a small school
those kids that don't see
the field in a big school
can contribute greatly
and help your program
because numbers are
such a big deal at a small
school."
"I think they realize
even if they never got on
the field that they've done
something most people
can't do. Those are the
reasons we are playing
this game where in the
past I probably wouldn't


have thought about it."
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CHS, Baker to meet in 2009 football season opener


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