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Delivered from danger

Home burns after occupant gives birth in hospital


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

When firefighters arrived
on the scene of a house fire at
2910 Wisteria Ave. on Wednes-,
day, neighbors were worried
that the home's occupant,
who was nine months preg-
nant, was inside the burning
home.
"I prayed from the minute
I got there that she, wasn't
home," said Mark Stewart,
a next-door neighbor, who
battled the fire with a garden
hose until emergency crews
arrived.
Stewart reported hearing
a very loud boom during an
afternoon thunderstorm. He
searched the area for fire,
realizing the lightning strike
had been very near, but it was
several minutes before he de-
tected the smell of smoke.
The fire was caused by a
direct lightning strike to the
home's air conditioning unit,
according to North Okaloosa
Fire District Chief Ed Cutler.
The fire started in a closet
that housed the air condi-
tioner and then spread to the
attic.
Fire crews performed two
complete searches of the
home as neighbors watched
anxiously and tried by phone
to locate the family.
When the home's occu-
pant,, Michael Garrett, was
finally reached, Stewart dis-
covered that he and his fi-
ance, Lori Andrus, were both
safe.
The .couple was at the
North Okaloosa Medical
Center in Crestview -
where Lori had delivered a


FIGHTING THE FIRE


PHOIOS BY ANN SPANN I Creshio. New_ :fulletui
TRAGEDY ...: At top, firefighters wait to enter the
Wisteria Avenue blaze as crews already inside search
the home for occupants. ... FOLLOWS THRILL: At left, .Lori
Andrus holds her newborn son, Michael Jr., who was
born May 26 at the North Okaloosa Medical Center
in Crestview. At right, crews battle the blaze in the attic
of her home on Wisteria Avenue in Crestview
WANT TO HELP?
Donations of clothing and household items are
being accepted. Items can be dropped off at the
New Beginning Church located at 408 W. James Lee
Blvd in Crestview: The family is currently staying with
friends at 1526 Trotter Way in Baker. Donations can
also be delivered to that address.
Father 2XL shirts, 44x32 shorts./pants
5-year-old-size 6/7 shirts, 5/6 pants, 1 2
children's shoes.
Newborn needs everything except stroller and
carseat. The baby boy-weighs 8 pounds, 8 ounces,
according to family friends.
Mother wears a 16-18 pants and large shirts.


healthy'baby boy at 3 p.m. on
Tuesday.
"My due date was May 29.
If it had not been for the early
labor, I would have been in
the house probably taking a,


nap," Andrus said.
'The home and contents
were a total loss with dam-
ages estimated at approxi-
See FIRE 7


Administrative Services Director discusses multiple topics


KyleWright
Crestview News Bulletin
City of Crestview Administra-
tive Services Director Mike Wing
provided a post-Memorial Day
smorgasbord of information dur-
ing the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce Governmental Af-
fairs meeting Tuesday morning
at the chamber.
Wing outlined the role of the
Administrative Services De-
partment and. touched on mul-
tiple topics during his talk at the
chamber building.
Water and sewer: Wing
said the city's sewer system has
a capacity of 2.5 million gallons a
day. He said the system will be at
3 million gallons per day by the
end of the year and 4 million gal-
lons per day within two and a half
years. He said usage currently is
about 1.5 million gallons per day.
"If you don't have sewer ca-


Spacity, your. city is not going to
Groww" he said.
Wing echoed comments made
last month by City Clerk Janice
Young and hinted a water and
sewer rate increase is possible.
He said the most recent discus-
sions hinted at a rate of five or
six percent.
He said water rates are not
driven by the city council, but
by the Northwest Florida Water
Management district.
"If they feel your rates are
lower than they should be, they
will tell you to raise them," Wing
said.
Wing said the city soon will
be able to use "greywater" for
needs such as irrigation of Fox-
wood Country Club. He said the
7th Special Forces facility under
construction south of Crestview
likely will become part of the
an existing sewer system in the
south part of the county.


Connector roads: Wing said
the city's next .connector road
project is yet to be determined.
"'We've got about 10, different
connector road (projects)," he
said. "The next one will be driven
by where development occurs."
Crestview mall?: Wing said
he has heard "not a whisper"
about a proposal for a mall in
the area near Lowe's that came
before the city council in early
2008.
Wing said the developers al-
ready were asking for govern-
ment entities to help make up
a projected shortfall in project
funding, and that the developers
likely underestimated the cost
of needed infrastructure in their
initial plans.
"You could tell that was news
to them," Wing said. "That is the
last we've heard from them.

See TOPICS 7


CPD chief repsonds

to May Day security

complaints

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

A host of residents took the oppor-
tunity during the Crestview city coun-
cil meeting Monday to question what
they described as "excess scrutiny"
and "excess security" by the Crest-
view Police Department .and law en-
forcement in the May Day celebration
area this past weekend.
Eight people spoke on the topic
during the public comments portion of
the council meeting.
One person said he."felt like a hos-
tage" in his own city during May Day.
Another compared May Day to the
recent Crestview Relay For Life an
all-night event and asked why the
Relay was allowed to proceed all night
while May Day revelry could not
CPD Chief Brian Mitchell stayed in
the council chambers after the meet-
ing for about an hour to address some
individual citizens' concerns.
By the end of that hour, one of the
eight people who spoke during the
meeting told the chief the concerns
did not appear as "grave" as some ini-
tially thought. .
"The one thing that was true is
there are good people in the city, but
some of the things were not totally,
totally explained, and I think once -the
explanation comes out people will un-
derstand what happened," Mitchell
said. Mitchell and Maj. Joseph Floyd
came under severe criticism during
the public commentary.
Mitchell added, "The other thing is,
we want people to enjoy themselves
during May Day. We want May Day to
be great.' We had the same crowd (at
May Day) as we do for the Christmas
-parade and we had the same amount
of officers at both events. The thing is,
this (May Day) is the only event where
vehicles are allowed to co-mingle with
civilians in the streets. We just want to
make sure everyone is safe.".
Mitchell clarified that the Crest-
view Police Department had no in-
volvement in the closing of oneestab-
lishment on May Day. The timing of
that closing was questioned during the
council meeting.
Mitchell also said the security
guidelines for May Day 2009 were the
same ones used in 2008, and that ho
complaints were received last year.
There were plenty of complaints on
Tuesday.
"We've got to stop a history of an
area of own being harassed," said
Debbie Tuggle, who led off the discus-
sion. "I've been harassed since moved
back there."
"You're using excessive force (when
there is not) violence," Earline John-
son said later in the evening. "One day
a year we want to celebrate our free-
dom, and you look like we're going to
war. We feel like we're always under
scrutiny."
One citizen questioned the accura-
cy of reports of "arrests" made in con-
nection to the closing of an unlicensed
,pub in the days leading up to May Day.
(Documentation of that incident has
been posted at www.crestviewbulle-
tin.com). One of the persons charged
in the incident spoke Tuesday and ar-
gued that because she was not hand-
cuffed or taken to jail, the incident
should not be considered an "arrest."
"It should make you feel bad to
hear this in the city you're presiding
over," Mae Coleman told the council.
"It should make you want to do some-
thing about it."

In other business
An ordinance that would have
annexed 30.13 acres along Point Cen-
ter Road for use as an industrial park
failed for lack of a motion.
Five citizens spoke against the
annexation proposal during a public
hearing.
"I've spoken to countless residents
and have.yet to meet one who says,
'That's a great idea,' said Jennifer
Stegner, a resident of the area.
A spokesperson for B&H Contract-
ing, Inc., had argued the contractor
planned to create a "buffer" between
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Youngster hit by SUV
returns home
The little girl hurt earlier
this month when an SUV
backed into her is back at
her home, according to her
aunt.
Paris Wooten, 5, was ex-
pected to spend three weeks
in the hospital.
Instead, just 24 hours
after the accident, Paris
woke up and said, "I have to
go potty," and "My tummy
hurts," according to aunt
Carla Steele. Paris was
struck in the "tummy," area.
She since has returned
home.
Paris was standing be-
hind 26-year-old Nicole
Kemp's vehicle when Kemp
backed into her, according
to a Florida Highway Patrol
crash report. The report
said Kemp told troopers she
didn't see Wooten.
Wooten, who lives in
Covington County, Ala., was
visiting her father in Crest-
viewwhen the accident hap-
pened.
Crestview News Bul-
letin

FEMA flooding
assistance applications
due June, 1
The June 1 deadline is,
approaching for those who
were affected by March
storms and are now eligible
for individual assistance.
Okaloosa County has been
approved to receive Indi-
vidual Assistance from the
Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency (FEMA),
as a result of the severe
storms and flood events oc-
curring March 26. '
Anyone who suffered
damages in any of the des-
ignated counties may com-
plete an online application
at www.disasterassistance.
gov or apply by phone by
calling 800-621-FEMA (3362)
or TTY 800-462-7585 for the
hearing or speech-impaired.


The toll-free numbers are
available seven days a week,
7 a.m. to midnight. Help in
other languages is avail-
able.
Special to the News
Bulletin

Police: Man threatened
couple with knife
A man told police that
he and his wife were going
to see his daughter on April
23 when they were stopped
on Clint Mason Road and
threatened by a man in a
metallic blue Corvette.
He got out of his car and
came at them with a silver-
handled 10-inch long pocket
knife, they told police.
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office deputy inter-
viewed several witnesses;
who told similar stories.
Malcolm Carlton Gaf-
ford, who is 46, was charged
with aggravated assault.
One woman told the dep-
uty that she had called Gaf-
ford because she believed
she was being followed. The.
report did not say what her
relationship was to the peo-
ple who were threatened.
Gafford said he had
stopped and gotten out of
his blue Corvette, but that
he did not have a knife. Hfe
does have a tattoo of a knife'
inside his right arm.
i Del Stone / Florida
Freedom Newspapers,

Forgione family sues
for wrongful death
Two family members of
slain Okaloosa County Sher-
iff's Deputy Anthony For-
gione have filed a wrongful
death lawsuit against Fort
Walton Beach Medical Cen-
ter.,
Also named in the com-
plaint are the hospital's par-
ent company, HCA Inc., hos-
pital CEO Wayne Campbell,
security guard Roland Gar-
riga and Chuck Hall.
Anthony Forgione, his
mother Charlene Forgione


Dietz and brother Joey For-
gione are named as plain-
tiffs in the suit, filed May 15.
But Forgione's widow,
Jessica, said Wednesday
Night she doesn't support
the litigation and has re-
fused to waive her rights
related to it.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Richburg challenges
firing
In a petition for a hear-
ing that claims he was fired
without good cause, Bob
Richburg states he is seek-
ing reinstatement, as presi-
dent of Northwest Florida
State College.
In an answer to the peti-
tion and in hopes of avoiding
a hearing, the school's board
of trustees voted Tuesday to
"pursue possible mediation"
with Richburg.
Tuesday's special meet-.
ing was called after Rich-
burg, through his attorney
Christopher Kise, petitioned
for an evidentiary hearing
before an administrative
law judge. The petition, ad-
dressed to board Chairman
Wesley Wilkerson, was dat-
ed May 18.
It claims the board com-
mitted a breach of contract
when it fired Richburg on
April28.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

State releases
FCAT scores
Students in Okaloosa
County again met or sur-
passed state averages in
reading, math and science at
all grade levels according to
the state's massive release
of FCAT data Thursday.
Okaloosa Superinten-
dent of Schools Alexis Tib-
betts crooned about her stu-
dents' scores.
"They were certainly
what I hoped for," Tibbetts
said. "When you're in a high-


performing school district,
we know ourjob is to sustain
our high-performing kids at
that level, and that's hard to
do."
The Florida Compre-
hensive Assessment Test
assigns students scores
and then categorizes those
scores into levels 1 through
5. Level 3 indicates the stu-
dent is performing at grade
level.
In Okaloosa, only 5 per-
cent of students scored at
the lowest proficiency level,
Level 1, according to a news
release from the school dis-
trict,
"I always ,have high ex-
pectations, but I was par-
ticularly excited about hav-
ing such a low percentage of
kids in Level One," Tibbetts
said.
The news release also
states that Okaloosa ranks
first or second statewide in
percent of students profi-
cient in both math and read-
ing in fourth through ninth
grades.
Eighth-graders were
the state's best in science,
too, although that was with
just 62 percent showing
proficiency.,Only 41 percent
of Florida eighth-graders
scored at Level 3 or above.
".ITibbetts pointed out that
the science portion of the
FCAT is relatively new, and
educators are still learning
how bestkto teach the Sun-
shine State Standards.
"Elementary teachers
have been teaching about
dinosaurs and rain forests,"
Tibbetts said. "But the test
is focused on the natural sci-
-ences. Light. Heat. Sound.
Magnetism. Electricity. ...
We have to reacquaint those
elementary teachers with,
scientific principles they
might not have studied since
high school or college." .
The state will use the
FCAT data and other fac-
tors, such as graduation
and improvement rates, to.
determine individual school
grades. Those results


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Odom indicted, Sansom
accused of perjury
TALLAHASSEE A Leon
County grand jury added an
additional count of perjury
Wednesday to the official
misconduct charge state
Rep. Ray Sansom already
faces.
It also indictedprominent
local developer Jay Odom
for official misconduct.
Both charges are felo-
nies.
The indictments came
from the same panel that
indicted Sansom and North-
west Florida State College
President Bob Richburg on
April 17. It was its final act as
a grand jury.
The panel took action af-
ter hearing testimony from
two witnesses and review-
ing documents State Attor-
ney Willie Meggs said were
obtained from Northwest"
Florida State College after
Richburg left the school.
Richburg stepped down
from his post April 20 after
he was indicted. The col-
lege's board of trustees later
fired him.
Odom joins Sansom and
Richburg in facing a charge
of official misconduct.
Sansom, R-Destin, the
former House Speaker, now
faces the' same charges as
Richburg. Both men are
accused of perjuring them-
selves in testimony given to
the grand jury ,
Meggs, the state attorney
for Florida's Second Judicial
Circuit, presented the new
evidence.
"We got some new docu-
ments from, the. school,"
Meggs revealed as the
grand jury was deliberating
Wednesday. "I don't know
if they didn't want us to see,
them or they just didn't give
them to us until after Rich-
burg left."
The indictments stem
from what the grand jurors
say was a conspiracy involv-
ing Sansom, Richburg and
Odom to use $6 million in
state school 'construction
funds to build an airplane
hangar at Odom's business,
Destin Jet.
Sansom, who then was
the speaker designate, qui-
etly had the funds appropri-
ated to the college in 2007,
the grand jury said in its
April report.
Richburg claimed the
funds were to be used for
a building .at Destin Air-
port that would serve as an
educational facility and as
an Emergency Operations
Center during a disaster, the
report said.
The educational facil-
ity, subleased by Northwest


Florida State College, would
be leased back to Odom and
function as a hangar, grand
jurors surmised.
Meggs said the perjury
charge against Sansom
stems from testimony he
gave regarding the use of
the airportbuilding.
"He testified that no pri-
vate individual would have
use of the building," Meggs
said after the indictment
was handed down. "There
is much evidence to the con-
trary."
Meggs said one piece of
that evidence is a lease, or
a partial lease, his investi-
gators uncovered among
the documents the college
turned over after Richburg
stepped down. He said the
document indicates "the
intent and plan was for Jay
Odom to use the building."
College spokeswoman
Sylvia Bryan said the lease
Meggs spoke of was a docu-
ment that already had been
given to his office and to the
Daily News.
She said in a prepared
statement that the new
documents provided to the
state attorney were discov-
ered the week of April 20, as
college officials were "com-
piling files ... for different in-
vestigative bodies."
She said the documents
"contained both materials
previously supplied and ma-
terials that appeared not to
have been previously sup-
plied (and of which college
staff were not previously
aware)."
She did not disclose who
had discovered the docu-
ments.
(Upon their discovery)
"The college immediately
supplied a copy of all the
files to all three investigative
bodies," Bryan said.
Meggs said the charge of
official misconduct against
Odom was justified because
Odom acted as a "principal"
td Sansom in funneling the
$6 million appropriation to
the college.
"He was a participant in
getting this funding for San-
som," Meggs said.
Odom's attorney issued a
response on his behalf.
"He (Odom) said the alle-
gations of the indictment are
false. He is not a public fig-
ure and he never suggested
or advised anyone to falsify
any official record or docu-
ment as alleged," Odom's
attorney, Jimmy Judkins,
said in a news release.
"Odom will plead not
guilty to the charge and
expects to be totally exon-
erated when the facts are
presented in an impartial
arena and all parties have
the chance to present evi-
dence," Judkins said in the
release.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newpa-
pers


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All of us need to enjoy a Sabbath rest


The Bible addresses
this issue very clearly.
God knew long before we
did that we would need a
designated time of rest
on a weekly basis. We are
commanded according to
Exodus 20:8-11 to observe
a Sabbath rest.
"Remember the Sab-
bath day keeping it holy.
Six days you shall labor
and do all your work, but
the seventh day is a Sab-
bath to the Lord your God.
On it you shall not do any
work, neither you, nor
your son or daughter, nor
your manservant or maid
servant nor your animals,
nor the alien within your
gates. For in six days the
Lord made the heavens


THE REV. BRUCE
SHEFFIELD
From the Pulpit


and the
earth, the
sea, and all
that is in
them. But
He rested
on the sev-
enth day.
Therefore
the Lord
blessed the
Sabbath


day and made it holy."
It seems to me, if God
has called us to such a
holy rest, we should be
willing to comply. By do-
ing so, we honor Him
and bring rest to our own
souls.
Why do we often fail
at observing the Sabbath
rest? Some say, "I don't


have time!" However, God
says different. In fact, He
says you do have time.
In fact, everyone has the
same amount of time.
There are 168 hours in a
week including the Sab-
bath. God is only asking
us for one day, 24 hours.
Remember, God calls us
first to Himself. Taking a
holy Sabbath is part of the
lifestyle He has called us
to observe. It seems we
are more concerned about
making a living instead of
making a life that express-
es'our love for God. May
God help us to prioritize
our lives.
What day is the Sab-
bath? Biblically speaking,
the Sabbath is Saturday,


the last day of the week as
celebrated and observed
by those in Judaism.
However, as Christians,
we typically recognize
Sunday as our Sabbath
and call it the Lord's day
because Jesus was resur-
rected on the first day of
the week. The real point
here is consistency on
one's part in observing
a holy Sabbath day once
every seven days. God
expects it, and we should
willingly honor what He
calls us to do.
The Sabbath rest is im-
portant because our bod-
ies find rest and our souls
are nourished through the
teaching and preaching
of God's Holy Word. The


Sabbath helps us to refo-
cus on God's love, glory,
holiness and forgiveness.
Without a definite focus on
God and the things of God,
we can become weak and
consumed over the things
in the world such as per-
sonal sins, the economy,
unemployment, money,
family problems, wayward
children and much more.
Sabbath rest produces
a stronger faith, greater
understanding of Biblical
truth, a deeper fellowship
with other Christians, joy
in the Lord, assurance of
salvation or the opportu-
nity to be saved through -
Jesus Christ our Lord,-
(Act 16:31).
Randy Becton in his


article titled, "Sabbath
Rest: The Key to Revived
Spirits," says; "Six days of
work, followed by one of
rest is woven into the fab-
ric of the Bible."
Well said, Mr. Becton. I
completely agree. Are you
enjoying and observing
Sabbath rest? I pray so,
because all of us need to.
The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Ave. (phone 682-2018).
Sunday morning wor-
ship is at 8 a.m. in the
Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional
services and at 9:12 a.m.
in the Sanctuary for
contemporary service.


Live Oak Baptist to host

stroke prevention screening


Special to the News Bulletin

Residents living in and
around the Crestview com-
munity can be screened to
reduce their risk of having.
a stroke or bone fracture on
June 18 at Live Oak Baptist
Church.
The church is located at
4565 Live Oak Church Rd
in Crestview. Appointments
will begin at 9 a.m.
For more information
regarding the screenings or
to schedule an appointment,
call 1-800-697-9721 or visit
the www.lifelinescreening.
com. Web site.'Pre-registra-
tion is required.
Screenings identify po-
tential cardiovascular con-
ditions such as blocked ar-
teries and irregular heart
rhythm, abdominal aortic
aneurysms, and hardening
of the arteries in the legs,
which is a strong predic-
tor of heart disease. A bone
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screenings car help you
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bothmen andwomen. Many
sites offer finger-stick blood
tests to check for cholesterol
and giucose..
A package offering the
four vascular screens and
one bone density-test costs
around $140, but prices vary
by package.


Church BRIEFS


Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by
noon on Wednesdays.

EVENTS

CHS BACCALAURE-
ATE SERVICE: will be held
at 7 p.m. Thursday at Central
Baptist Church, 951 S. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview for Crest-
view High graduates.
"Shine Like Stars...In a
Dimming World" will feature
a challenge given by Dr. Mark
Seagle. Music will be provided
and directed by Barefeet 3:5.
Families and friends are
invited to this free ceremony
sponsored by the Crestview
Area Ministerial Association.
Graduates are asked to arrive
no later than 6:15 p.m. and to
wear their caps and gowns.
VBS: Live Oak Baptist
Church at 4565 Live Oak
Church Rd. in Crestview in-
vites area residents age 4
through adults to attend Va-
cation Bible School June 7-11
from 6 to 9 p.m. nightly. Theme
is the Boomerang Express.
Hear Bible stories, participate
in cool crafts and games, eat
snacks and study the Bible


during this free event. Details:
682-5160.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
EPIPHANY TAILGATE
SALES: are held on the first
Saturday of the month. Fumds
generated are used for Epiph-
any Episcopal Church's out-
reach activities.
'Participants may sell what-
ever they like at a cost of $10
per parking space. Conces-.
sions are available inside.
Call Mary at (850) 665-3437
for details. The church is locat-
ed at 424 Garden St. in Crest-
view.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contemporary
worship is at 9 a.m. at the
church, located at located at
5826 N. Hwy. 189, just north of
the traffic light in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio
show airs every day at 12:30
p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM. Pre-
sented by Northwest Florida
Church of God, pastored by
Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The
Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA) is designed for
those seeking one or more of
the Sacraments of Initiation;


Baptism, Confirmation, and
Eucharist. This formation pro-
cess is the church's approved
method for individuals to be-
come members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are held
at the Eglin Chapel Center An-
nex from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each
Wednesday evening. Details:
Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COUfSE:
Airport Road Church of Christ
is offering a free Bible corre-
spondence course." Call 682-
4025 for more information. The
radio program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45 a.m.
on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELA-
TIONS STUDY: Each Sunday
evening at 5 p.m., the Good
Hope Congregational Church
presents the study of the Book
of Revelations. Rev. Tommy
Coleman will be presenting the
study and there will be finger
foods to follow every Sunday
evening. Anyone interested
may join. Call 537-4307 for more
information.
SQUARE DANCING: The
New Bethel Methodist Church
hosts square dancing in the
Fellowship Hall on Thursday
nights at 7 p.m. Come out for
fun and good exercise!


Ella Cooper, 97, a resident of Florala,
passed away in a Florala hospital Fri-
day, May 15, 2009. A native of Covington
County, Ala., she was the daughter of the
late Dunk and Eva Thompson Fleming.
One of eight children, she was pre-
ceded in death by her brothers, Cary
Fleming, Ray Fleming, Hinton Fleming
and Wilburn Fleming and by her sisters,
Thelma Seay, Ruth Zorn and Sallie Pearl
Brooks.
She was married to Dock Cooper,
who passed away in 1999.
She was a homemaker and an excel-
lent cook. Her life was dedicated to her
family and she loved her grandchildren
and great-grandchildren. She was a
member of the Baptist Church.


Carol Orton Parrish, 67, formerly of
Birmingham, Ala., passed away Friday,
May 22, 2009 in Holt. Carol was a mem-
ber of Baker United Methodist Church.
She was an Art and English teacher and
an artist for many years. She graduated
from Ensley High School and the Uni-
versity of Alabama. Carol was a member
of Artel Gallery in Pensacola.
She is survived by.her children, Allen
Holt Foss (Bill) and son, Dennis Vande-
grift Jr. (Lindsay); sister, Leigh Parrish


Survivors include her son, Olen
Cooper and wife Jane of Rayle, Ga., 17
grandchildren and 21 great-grandchil-
dren, and yet-to-be born twins as addi-
tional great-grandchildren.
Rmeral services were held at 2 p.m.
Monday, May 18, 2009 at Evans Funeral
Home in Florala with the Rev. James
Pickron officiating. Interment was in
Paxton Cemetery.
Sign, leave a remembrance or view
the guest book for Ella Cooper online at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.
Some of the survivors' names in
this obituary were cut out of the print-
out faxed to the News Bulletin. 7bTo make
a correction, please call Renee Bell at
(850) 682-6524.


Troncale; and her five grandchildren,
her many great-grandchildren, nieces
and nephews.
Graveside services were held
Wednesday, May 27 at 3 p.m. at Elmwood
Cemetery. Visitation was held from 1:30
to 3 pam. at Elmwood Chapel. As well as
flowers, donations can be made to the
Episcopal World Relief Fund.
Sign, leave a remembrance or view
the guest book for Carol Parrish online
at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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CHRISTIAN COALITION MEETS JUNE 18


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
- VOTER REGISTRATION TALK: The Christian Coalition of Okaloosa County held its monthly meeting Thursday
night at Central Baptist Church. Interested parties are invited to attend the next meeting June 18 at-
7 p.m. at the Golden Asian Buffet Restaurant (formerly Sonny's-BBQ). Guest speaker Tina Riviera will
discuss voter registration.


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Carol Orton Parrish


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4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Schools


Saturday, May 30, 2009


School board approves new nursing contract


County asks-

to augment
service

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Okaloosa County
School Board addressed an
item of particular concern
for many parents during its
meeting Tuesday.
On the consent agenda
was the matter of a contract
for health services between
the board and Pediatric Ser-
vices of America Inc., which
attracted spirited discus-'
sion between board mem-
bers and the head of the
county health department.
Dr. Karen A. Chapman,
director of the Okaloosa
County Health Department,
which currently holds the
contract to provide school
nurses, expressed concerns


about the level of service the said. "This is our economic


new contract would provide.
"The staffing ratio of the
PSA contract creates a sce-
nario where you have one
registered nurse for every
6,400 students. That is a
drastic reduction of ser-
vice," she said.
"I would not be doing my
duty if I did not raise that
concern with you."
Chapman proposed her
department work with the
board to augment the PSA
contract to improve the ra-
tio of one RN for every 3,200
students. Currently there
is one RN for every 1,600
students.
"State law requires us
to have a role in school
health," Chapman said. "I
can't change that."
The county's contract
would have been $154,000
more than the contract
presented by PSA.
"You are going to a lower
level of service," Chapman


reality."
One of Chapman's con-
tentions was that the PSA
staffing model would re-
duce the number of skilled
healthcare professionals in
county schools by replacing
"them with health aides.
"Health aides are ,not
trained healthcare pro-
fessionals," she stressed.
"They cannot make any
independent judgments.
They cannot assess."
The PSA contract calls
for four registered nurses
to be in a supervisory ca-
pacity throughout all Oka-
loosa County schools.
"I believe that four su-
pervisory RNs is insuffi-
cient to meet the needs of
your students," Chapman
said. "My only concern
here is that we get the best
and most acceptable model
to protect the health of our
students so we can maxi-
mize their time in the class-


BRIAN HUGHES I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
OFFER TO. UPGRADE: The director of the Okaloosa
County Health Department, Dr. Karen Chapman,
offered at Tuesday's-school board meeting to
supplement the board's contract with its new
healthcare provider with money from her budget to
improve service over that provided in the contract.


room," she said.
Chapman's proposal
would pay to upgrade the
health aides to licensed
practical nurses.
"I'm willing to give you
my school health money to
augment" the contract with


PSA, Chapman said.
, Chapman also pointed
out that PSA's contract
does not include expenses
for medical supplies, which
Chapman's department had
reduced to $17,000 per year
from $34,000 by using state


bulk purchasing.
Board member Rodney
Walker complained that
Chapman's proposal was
introduced "at the midnight
hour" when the board was
prepared to approve the
PSA contract.
"I did not hear one word
from anybody until this
morning that there is an-
other plan," Walker said.
"All of a sudden we've got
kind of a different con-
cept."
Cindy Frakes' motion to
defer decision on the PSA
contract to the board's June
8 meeting was defeated.
Walker then moved
to pass approval of the
PSA contract, which was
promptly approved by the
board. No further motion
was made on the topic, in-
cluding further discussion
of Chapman's offer to "up-
grade" the service offered
by PSA with money from
her department's budget.


Bob Sikes Elementary honors first principal


School names media

center for Clem Payton

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

It started as a suggestion from a
longtime friend of the honoree.
.It came to fruition Tuesday eve-
ning at the Okalooga County School
-Board meeting.
In August, it will be a reality.
"It" was the idea of naming the
Bob Sikes Elementary School's me-
dia center after a dedicated educa-
tor who served the school for the
first 10 years of its 50-year history.
"I have the honor and privilege
to ask the board to name our media
center after Mr. Clem Payton, who
was our first principal," said Bob
Sikes Principal Gary Massey as he


rose before the school board.
Massey explained he had dis-
cussed the matter with Payton,
who "said he has enough memories
of teaching at Bob Sikes to fill the
whole media center.
"Basically, this would be a recog-
nition of his service to Bob Sikes,"
Massey said.
Payton served as principal upon
the school's opening in 1958 until
1968.
"He contributed so much to the
education of many young citizens
of Crestview," said Beatrice Bur-
'kett, Payton's friend, in her letter to
Massey. "In his usual humble way.
he attributed his success to the loy-
al and dependable support of par-
ents, a competent and professional
faculty, and a current and updated
curriculum."
Burkett said, "it is especially ap-
propriate that the media center be


."He contributed so
much to the education
of many young citizens
of Crestview."
Beatrice Burkett
friend of Clem. Payton

named after someone that speaks
with such graceful eloquence and
has a love for language and commu-
nications."
After Massey made his request,
board member Cathy Thigpen, who
represents north county schools,
moved to approve the request, which
promptly passed unanimously.
Aug. 6 tentatively was set as the
date for a celebration in observance
of the honor.


CHS senior thanks

fundraiser participants


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School
senior Erin Bankert has
one more request: She
wants to say thank you.
Bankert recently con-
ducted fundraising ac-
tivities to raise money and
encouragement for Holly
Burke, a senior at Fort Wal-
ton Beach High School who
is battling cancer.
Bankert said the efforts
raised $108.26, which will
be donated to Burke's fam-
ily. Bankert also collected
more than 100 photos of
fellow students holding
an encouragement poster.


Bankert will turn the pho-
tos into a collage.
"A bunch of people" also
signed a banner for Burke.
"Thank you to all.faculty
and students for particpat-
ing, and keep her in your
thoughts and prayers,"
Bankert said.
, Bankert said Burke will
return to Okaloosa County
next week for her gradu-
ation ceremonies at Fort
Walton Beach High School.
Burke has been receiving
treatment at St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research Hospital
in Memphis.
Bankert will present
the donations and gifts at
Burke's graduation.


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Arts agency to meet with Crestview artists


Perceived Okaloosa Arts Alliance snub

of north county to be addressed


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Local artists who have long
lamented the county's officially
designated arts agency's per-
ceived focus on the south end
of Okaloosa County at last have
an opportunity to address the


issue in person.
The Okaloosa Arts Alliance
(OAA) has agreed to meet with
area artists and supporters of
the arts on Monday at Crest-
view City Hall.
"I recently met with Gordon
Hurd with the Okaloosa Arts Al-
liance and discussed the mer-
its of including north Okaloosa


County projects into future arts
funding," said Crestview Mayor
David Cadle in a recent e-mail
to arts supporters.
"Many of you have been
dealing with this issue for many
years but I thought we should
make another attempt to bring
our concerns and suggestions
to this group," said Cadle.
The Monday meeting will
be at 6 p.m. in the city council
chambers. Enter City Hall at
the Woodruff Avenue entrance
(side, entrance) for the'.meet-
ing.


The mayor encouraged all
"who might be interested in the
arts in this area" to attend the
meeting.
The purpose of the non-
profit OAA "is to support and
promote art and culture in Oka-
loosa County," according to the
organization. It is responsible
for distributing funds raised
through the sale of the "arts"
specialty license plate. '
However, many north county
artists have complained for
many years that almost all of
the organization's events and


activities, including arts shows,
festivals, plein aire painting out-
ings and arts classes, are held
in the south end of the county.
Now. that Crestview is the
county's largest city, not to
mention the county seat, and
the north end of the county
is its fastest-growing region,
Cadle hopes Monday's meet-
ing will encourage the OAA to
focus some of its activities on
the area.
For more information about
the Okaloosa Arts Alliance, visit
www.okaloosaarts.org.


Prepare for your career

or for a hurricane at NWF Red Cross offers
new grant programs
I.A. r lnl.. Is. i a ,, Vfrnto veterans


Career workshops
June 1 and 3
The Career Resource
Center at Northwest
Florida State College will
hold two free workshops
to provide tips on improv-
ing job search skills. Both
sessions will be held at
the college's Fort Walton
Beach Campus, located at
1170 Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd., in room 412 from
5 to 5:50 p.m. and are free
and open to both students
and the general public.
Learn how to write a
resume that employers
will want to read and learn
how to present your skills
and achievements confi-
dently during an interview
in "The 'Write' Approach
- Keys to Effective Re-
sume Writing" on Monday
and "Don't 'Tell' Yourself
Short Keys to Effective
Interviewing" on Wednes-
day 3. Reserve a free seat
for these career workshops
by calling 729-5227.

Hurricane Awareness
The AmeriCorps pro-
gram at Northwest Florida
State College will host a
free Hurricane Awareness
Day today from 9 a.m. to
noon in Building K on the


SCHOOL
HONORS

Shirley earns degree
From Flagler College
Catherine Ross Shirley
of Crestview was awarded
a Bachelor of Arts in busi-
ness administration from
Flagler College. Shirley was
one of more than 350 Fla-
gler seniors at the spring
commencement ceremony
held April 25 on the campus
in St. Augustine. Shirley
also graduated cum laude.

Arnett graduates with
bachelor's degree
Marion E. Arnett, a resi-
dent of Holt, has earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
from Excelsior College, an
accredited, private, non-
profit institution that focus-
es on the needs of working
adults.


Niceville campus.
IThe American Red
Cross, Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Department and
Okaloosa County Emer-
gency Operations Center
will provide presentations
'about hurricane prepared-
ness. There will be a va-
riety of booths providing
hurricane information.
Activities for children will
include free face painting,
coloring books, tornado
bottles and popcorn. For
information contact the
AmeriCorps program at
729-6037.


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The American Red
Cross of Northwest Florida
has obtained a large grant
to support active duty and
separated veterans of the
Iraq and Afghanistan con-
flicts.'
"The Florida Braive
Fund has agreed to al-
low us to manage a' sum
of money that will go
directly. to support mili-
tary families who have
been impacted by these
two conflicts,'' said Sheri
Frost, Red Cross CEO. "It
doesn't matter whether
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talk to a Red Cross mili-
tary counselor who will
determine if we can help
through this fund."
Services being pro-
vided include emergency
utilities, rent, mortgage,
some transportation and
respite, care for service
families who are currently
separated from their loved
ones.
One program kicking
off as school lets out is
the summer swim camp
for kids affected by these'
conflicts. If a. child of an
affected service member
heeds swim lessons this
year, then they should call
to get the schedule and ap-
ply for the scholarship.
For more, information
about the Red Cross and
the Braive Fund, please
call 682-3356.


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Interim clerk introduces new
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Laurel Hill's interim city clerk
Harold Jones introduced several new
procedures that streamlined the city
council's Thursday evening meeting,
as well as City Hall operations in gen-
eral.
The consent agenda, prepared
by Jones, passed unanimously. It
was the first time a consent agenda,
which groups several topics into one
agenda item, had been presented to
the council. Council members ex-
pressed admiration and appreciation
for how it expedited what had previ-
ously sometimes been a cumbersome
process.
"This should allow the council to
get on with pressing business," Jones
observed.
The council also discussed
awarding scholarships to worthy
Laurel Hill School seniors. Council
chair Joan Smith' recommended the
council members rate the five appli-
cants on a scale of one through five,
then further discuss how to divide the
available scholarshiptfunds. However,
after further discussion it was agreed
by unanimous vote to award each ap-
plicant $200.
Painting the city's water tank
raised the question of whether the job
should be accomplished as a mainte-
nance contract or put out for bid.
"We might have a lower price ask-,
ing for bids," Jones reported. The
economic situation has resulted in
lower bids from area contractors.
An apparent accounting error
has resulted in the necessity of re-en-
tering all entries in the city's Quick-
books accounting system from Oc-
tober 2007 through September 2008,
Jones reported. The entries have to
be posted by mid-June. Part-time and
volunteer help will be used to post the
Sentries using information from the
city's checkbook and cashed checks.
During his clerk's report, Jones
introduced a project folder system
that will help keep track of various
municipal projects. The system will
also keep records of costs, as well as
any grant money applied for and re-
ceived to fund them.
Jones also has organized city files
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BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
PATCHED: Laurel Hill's streets department patches a sinkhole that opened up
Wednesday in Earl Campbell Road.


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ON LOAN: Safety barrels lent from Crestview's Public Services department
warn motorists away from the large sinkhole in Earl Campbell Road.


and other city business.
After meeting with Mayor Fer-
rin Campbell Jr., Jones said the city
will be requesting more than $5 mil-
lion in FEMA grants to repair roads
and other infrastructure around the
city damaged in the springs storms.
He presented a slide show before and
after the meeting documenting road
erosion from rainwater runoff.
"If we have proof we're going to
need this money, I believe we will get
money," Jones said.'
"I believe they are interested in
helping this city," Campbell added.


The council discussed the mer-
its of starting its regular meetings
at 6 p.m. Campbell also brought up
the possibility of meeting just once a
month.
While agreeing both ideas had
merit, Smith asked whether the city
charter required meetings of the
council twice a month. She was re-
minded that city attorney Toni Craig
had said the council can vote to can-
cel one of the monthly meetings if it
wishes.
The council agreed to set the next
meeting for June 11 at 6 p.m.


SINKHOLE LEADS TO
NEIGHBORLY HELP

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Being a small town with a very tight
"budget means there are some basic
resources commonly found in other
communities that Laurel Hill just can't afford.
A prime example: traffic hazard barrels.
When a sinkhole big enough to swallow
a Subaru opened up on Earl Campbell Road
just up the street from the What's It Shop,
city clerk Harold Jones, who wears multiple
hats in the town, vas at a quandary to mark
it so motorists wouldn't plummet into it.
"You gotia ask for help occasionally," he
said matter-of-factly.
He called Crestview Public Services
Director Wayne Steele, who, always willing
to help a neighbor. offered a trio of the
familiar orange barrels.
An unidentified Laurel Hill "ordinary
citizen" drove down to Crestview to pick
them up, arid the hole was soon marked.
"It started out as a little crescent-shaped
crack and it just progressed,' Jones
explained.
A metal culvert that carries storm runoff
water beneath the road had cracked,
allowing the water from torrential downpours
earlier in the week to wash away the soil
beneath the road.
"It was a very, very dangerous situation,"
Jones said. "The city of Crestview has been
absolutely marvelous to us. When we've
asked for help, they've made time for us."
Thursday morning, Laurel Hill's three-man
street department was hard at work moving
in clay and earth with their 25-year-old
tractor to fill the hole.
When the road is safely patched, the
town will gratefully return the three barrels to
Crestview.
Jones, whose appointment as clerk is
temporary, harbors no delusions that Laurel
Hill is awash in resources.
"The city is moving forward and making
do with what we have. We know where we
are," he said. "We're not afraid now to ask
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Making the best


of a rainy day

The rain might hinder beachgoers, but the local gardens and
fruit trees are flourishing on the Hill. Fred Henderson is still

see him on his tractor I know all is well at the
Henderson home.
Our visiting great-granddaughters picked ripe
blueberries during the weekend. At 9 and 12 years
old, living in the city, this is an adventure to them.
Between rain showers and thunderstorms a few
hours at the beach were enjoyed on Saturday.
UP ON THE HILL Austin will be i7 on June 2. His friend Matt joined
Estelle Rogers the Rowan family on this trip. Greg and Denise
Rowan enjoy their visits to Laurel Hill several times
a year to check on their Gramie.
The Gallery Gals of Laurel Hill met at The Baron's Tea House
on May 21 for lunch and fellowship. Owner Erica Teets bought The
Ivy Leaf Tea Parlor from Elaine Broom and is doing a great job.
We enjoyed the delicious food, hot tea and Erica's special scones.
Yvonne Jordan and Frances Settles sat at a pretty round table.
Seated at another round table were Betsy Kahler and Tina Flowers
(our speaker of the day). Janet Twitty and Faye Garvin were at
another round table. The main table seated Devona Willis, Margaret
Neece, Janice Bailey, Marion Brannon, Kathleen McMichael and
me. Our lovely server, Julia Hope, was attentive to all nur needs.
The May 21 Alzheimer's support group was well attended by
those who.need a strong support group. I wish all of our locals would
experience just one of these meetings. It would not be your last.
On June 18 the Alzheimer's support group will have special
guest speaker: Angela Warren, elder law attorney Mark your
calendar for this special event to get needed information and
support. Whether your family has been touched by this dreaded
enemy or you have a friend in need of your support, this is the place
to be empowered with knowledge. Support group leader Carolyn
Williams can be reached at 850-598-1057.
The Almarante Cemetery Commission members are R.J. ,
Brown, MacDonald Campbell, Tracy Curenton, Shelly Harrison,
Frankie Johnson, Jimmy Johnson ard Morris Rogers. The
members would like to let the community know that the grass
has begun to grow rapidly in Almarante Cemetery. Improvements
have been made to the grounds. Trash barrels have been placed at
various locations around the cemetery for your convenience. They
ask that we help keep the cemetery neat by using the barrels for
trash and debris.
The cost of mowing is $750 each time it is mowed. The total cost
is $3,000 for the year. The only source of money for maintenance is
your generous tax-deductible donation. Donations rmay be mailed
to EO. Box 55, Laurel Hill, FL 32567, or dropped off at the Laurel
Hill City Hall. Thankyou for supporting the upkeep of Almarante
Cemetery.
When we think we have a bad situation we often hear of
someone in a worse set of circumstances. I recently heard of
neighbors, husband and wife, sharing a room in the nursing
home. Others are homebound, another on the way to a facility
for dementia. Not only are the patients suffering, sometimes the
caregivers are neglecting themselves to attend them.
This is life ... the good and the bad, so each morning I wake up
with the scripture, "This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice
and be glad in it!" Have a blessed day!


MAY DAY from pane 1


the industrial park and
the nearby residential
areas.
An ordinance that
amends city bingo stat-
utes to match state stat-
utes passed 4-1. The vote
will allow Crestview Bin-
go to continue its opera-
tions within city limits.
The bingo parlor says it
generates considerable
revenue for local chari-


table organizations.
Bob Allen voted nay.
Kathy Austin, who
currently serves as
an executive assistant
in the Public Services
Department, was rec-
ognized for 30 years of
service with the city of
Crestview.
The council unani-
mously approved a let-
ter to be sent to the Oka-


loosa County Board of
County Commissioners
to request assistance in
administering sidewalk
construction along the
recently opened Brook-
meade Drive exten-
sion. The assistance is
needed because certain
certification is needed to
receive federal stimulus
funds for the project.
The council voted 5-


0 to approve the concept
of a jobs/career fair July
15 at the Crestview Com-
munity Center, in part-
nership with Northwest
Florida State College
and JobsPlus.
Mayor David Cadle
reminded the council he
would like for the city to
produce a clearer policy
for insurance for special
events.


TOPICS from poge 1


City charter re-
view: Wing said he
hopes the city of Crest-
view can use Milton's
recent charter revision
process as a model.'
The city council is
scheduled to determine
the scope of the revi-
sions to the Crestview
charter at a June wor-
skshop.
"Our charter, we've
kind of got a mess," Wing
said. "We're prepared
to amend it .grammati-
cally and historically. We
can't presume to change
it more than that unless
they direct us to."
State Road 85:
Wing said the city has
not received a formal


communication from
the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation
since the presentation
of a preliminary access
management plan for
State Road 85.
The council did not
endorse the initial plan.
Wing noted the DOT
is in "a state of flux" as
a new secretary for the
district that includes
Crestview will be com-
ing on board soon.
Wing expressed hope
that the city and DOT
can agree on some kind
of plan for State Road
85. He pointed out that
even if construction
on a bypass started to-
morrow, a new road


wouldn't be ready for 10
years.
"We don't want
them to ignore 85 for 10
years," Wing said.
FAMU-Crestview:
Wing said the city prob-
ably is "'within weeks"
of hearing something
official regarding the
planned Florida A&M
rural diversity health
care facility in down-
town Crestview.
Wing said the city ex-
pects to receive a letter
from FAMU's board of
regents saying an en-
vironmental study has
been concluded and
no contaminants have
been found in the Ala-
tex building, the likely


site for the school. The
next step would be for
FAMU to receive the
title to the building.
Recreation fa-
cilities: Wing had good
news for the city's
young baseball and soft-
ball players. The city
will assume control of
the current Richbourg
Middle School baseball
and softball fields when
Richbourg concludes its
time as a middle school
at the end of this school
year. The city also plans
to build new ballfields
near the new fire safety
facility on Brookmeade
Drive with funding re-
ceived in future state
grants.


FIRE from page 1


mately $150,000.
"We lost just about
everything. We had a
nursery set up with a
crib and dresser full of
clothes for the baby,"
said Andrus. "We can't
keep any of that because
of the smoke damage."
The couple also has a
5-year-old son, who was
with his grandparents
at the time of the fire.
"Everything can be
replaced except human
life, and it's really fortu-


nate that they weren't
home," said Cutler.
Cutler thanked the
Crestview, Dorcas, Bak-
er and Duke Field fire
departments for their
help at the fire scene.
"Luckily we, have
good mutual aid among
our departments," stat-
ed Cutler.
The departments
responded to a heavy
volume of calls during
the storm, including
several reported light-


ning strikes and motor
vehicle accidents.
Nurses and staff at
North Okaloosa Medi-
cal Center. helped the
young couple with dona-
tions of diapers, clothes
and a baby swing before
Lori and her son were
released on Thursday.
Neighbors in the Wis-
.teria Avenue area have
also offered support, ac-
cording to Garrett.
"There is definitely a
lot of help that is pour-


ing out from this com-
munity, and we are very
grateful," he said.
The family is accept-
ing donations of clothing
and household items,
which can be dropped
off at the New Begin-
ning Church located at
408 W. James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview. They are
currently staying with
friends at 1526 Trotter
Way in Baker. Donations
can also be delivered to
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play is set for an 8 a.m. start.
Players who have paid will
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For more information
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Tryouts for the I I U team
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For more information call
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areas."
Brunson isn't too con-
cerned about a 21-14 loss
to Niceville in the spring
game on May 22, but he
knows there is room for
improvement.
He expects to see that
improvement by the time
the teams meet again -
for real on Nov. 6.
"Niceville has a very
good football team, and we
are proud of our effort," he
said. "There are a couple
of plays we would like to
have back and we could
have performed better on,
but we will be fine when
we play those guys in the
fall."
If he has a starting line-
up in mind, Brunson isn't
going to tip his hat about
his starters just yet.
"I think what we devel-
oped is some competition


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BIG HIT: Niceville's Garrett Fletcher (middle) is tackled
by Crestview's Levi Hendrix (left) and Josh Jadin.


along the positions," he
said. "I think they will still
be competing until the first
week in September, when
it counts."
The Dawgs have a
couple of weeks to .rest
before summer workouts


get started June 15. Crest-
view will work out Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday
mornings and throw on
Tuesday afternoon.
The Bulldogs also will
compete in a couple of
seven-on-seven passing


camps and attend a Fel-
lowship of Christian Ath-
letes camp July 17-19 as
they prepare for the start
of preseason practice Aug.
10.
Brunson intentionally
gives the players a little
extra time in June so their
bodies can rest and multi-
ple sport athletes can par-
ticipate in other camps.
"We try to get them to
play every sport," he said.
"They (athletes that play
other sports) will be busy
in the month of June.
"Basketball and base-
ball will kind of slack off
in July, and we will pick it
up."
Crestview ,,hosts Gulf
Breeze in the Kickoff Clas-
sic on Thursday, Aug. 27
and opens the regular sea-
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"Dakota Hooper had a
heck of a night," he said. "I
think if you look at our team
and right now Dakota Hoop-
er is probably the Cameron
Domangue (Baker's do-ev-
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"It's Logan and Vada
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iing back, wide receiver
and quarterback. They are
going to be in there some-
where, and I think that was
good for us in that you don't
know where we are going to
put them. That adds anoth-
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The win over the Se-
ahawks gave the Gators a
big boost heading into sum-
mer workouts.
"I think the biggest posi-
tive of that game was the
confidence they gained and
the intensity and enthusi-
asm afterwards," Kellogg
said. "This was a spring


classic and they acted like
we had just won the district
or something, and that's
good for you when you are
young as we are.
"I think the kids see now
they can compete. That
shot in the arm was the best
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you can be competitive if
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when we open the season
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From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
A BACCALAUREATE
SERVICE: will be held at
7 p.m. on Thursday, June 4
at Central Baptist Church,
951 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview for Crestview
High graduates.
"Shine Like Stars...
In a Dimming World" will
feature a challenge given
by Dr. Mark Seagle and
music will be provided and
directed by Barefeet 3:5.
Families and friends
are invited to this free
ceremony sponsored
by the Crestview Area
Ministerial Association.
Graduates are asked to
arrive no later than 6:15
p.m. and to wear their
caps and gowns.
WATER & SEWER
ACCEPTS E-CHECKS:
Customers of Okaloosa
County Water & Sewer can
now pay with a check by
calling 651-7171, and using
thevoicemailutilitysystem
and online. Additionally,
customers can also
receive their monthly
statements by e-mail; to
]sign up send an e-mail to


wssupport@co.okaloosa.
fl.us. Payments can still
be made in person, and
you can speak directly to
customer service clerks
anytime. When visiting
the offices, ask about
their water conservation
giveaways.
* VETERAN'S BBQ
BASH: VFW Post 5450
on U.S. Highway 90 will
host ,a BBQ June 6 from
12'p.m. to 5 p.m. to raise
funds for local disabled
and homeless veterans.
Chicken and pork plates
will be available for $5.
each. Activities include a
dunking booth, petting zoo,
face painting, and other
types of entertainment,
raffles and door prizes; All
proceeds will got to Safe
& Secure Respite Care in
Crestview. To make an
online donation, visit www.
ssrc-florida.org.
EXHIBITORS
INVITED: Area artist
and craft exhibitors are
invited to participate in
the Indoor Yard and Craft
Sale June 20 in Crestview.
Indoor or outdoor booth
space registration is $20.
Please send the fee and
information on what you
will be selling to: Okaloosa


HCE, 5479 Old Bethel
Road, Crestview, FL
32536-5513.
Space is available inside
and outside. Call early for
best location. Details: 689-
5850 or 729-1400, ext. 5850.
FREE CAREER
WORKSHOPS: The
Career Resource Center
at Northwest Florida State
College will hold two free
workshops to provide tips
on improving job search
skills. Both sessions will be
held at the college's Fort
Walton Beach Campus,
located at 1170 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., in
room 412 from 5 to 5:50
p.m. The sessions are free
and open to both students
and the general public
"The 'Write' Approach
- Keys to Effective
Resume Writing" is on
Monday. ."Don't 'Tell'
Yourself Short Keys to
Effective Interviewing" is
on Wednesday. Reserve a
free seat for these career
workshops by calling 729-
5227.
FRIENDS OF
THE LIBRARY
INFORMATION:
The June 2 First
Tuesday lecture at 10:30


a.m. is on "The History
of Pensacola" .by Cathy
Hunt of Troy University.
The July 1 presentation by
Dr. Brian Rucker, of PJC
is about "Life on the West
Florida Frontier."
BAKER ARENA
EVENTS: The following
activities are planned at
the Baker Arena at 5503
U.S. Highway 4.
June 6, DGAHA Open
Horse Show
Details at www.
okaloosafl.com.
RUMMAGE/BAKE
SALE: The GFWC
Woman's Club ofCrestview
will hold a rummage and
bake sale fundraiser on
Saturday, June 6 from 7 to
11 a.m. in the Woman's Club
Building, 150 Woodlawn
Drive, Crestview (behind
Woodlawn Baptist
Church.) Proceeds
support the charities of
the GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview. Details: 682-
1416.
STATE OF THE
COUNTY: The tenth State
of the County report will
be released today at the
Greater Fort Walton Beach
Chamber of Commerce,
34 Miracle Strip Pkwy.


SE, from 10 a.m. to noon.
School board chair Chuck
Kelley, Board of County
Commissioners Chair
Bill Roberts and public
defender James Owens
will speak and take part
in a question-and-answer
session. The event sponsor,
the League of Women
Voters, emphasizes all are
welcome and reservations
are not required.
SWIMMING
LESSONS: The Crestview
FamilyYMCAis registering
people ages 6 months and
up for swimming lessons,
which begin June 8. The
fee is $48 per session
for members, and $62
per session for other
participants. Morning and
evening sessions are being
scheduled. Private lessons
are available by request.
Details: 689-2999.
FLAG FOOTBALL
CAMP: The Crestview
Family YMCA is offering
flag football camp from
June 8 to 12.
The fee for members
is $25; the fee for other
participants is $35 per
session. Details: 689-2999.
WALKER EVENTS:
Walker Elementary
announces the following


activities:
Spring Carnival, June
3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
during school. Games are
free; drinks, popcorn and
cotton candy are 50 cents
each.
Last day of school is
June 4 with dismissal at
2:20 p.m.
Summer daycare will
be provided by Walker
Child Care. Call 683-7686
for details. Applications
are available at the front
office.
Honors Assemblies
are June 1 at 12:50 p.m.
for 3rd graders and 1:45
p.m. for fourth graders;
June 2 at 8:50 a.m. for
kindergarteners, 9:45 a.m.
for first graders, and 1
p.m. for 2nd graders. Fifth
grad reception is June 3
at 1:30, and the 5th grade
Celebration OSTP is June
4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The school welcomes
a new nurse, LPN Beth
Fountain.
Immunizations will
be required for the 2009-10
school year for students
11 years old or older. If
you have any questions,
contact your doctor's office
or the health Dept. at 689-
7855.


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Copies of all court EES, LIENORS, CREDI- 27, PLAT 7, VALPA-
L documents in this TORS, TRUSTEES, OR RAISO, ACCORDING
case, including OTHER CLAIMANTS TO THE PLAT
orders, are available CLAIMING BY, THEREOF ON FILE IN
ANNOUNCEMENTS at the Clerk of the Cir- THROUGH,UNDER, PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
I cut Court's office. OR AGAINST CALVIN 62, IN THE OFFICE
1100 Legal Advertising You may review these AGERTON A/K/A CAL- OF THE CLERK OF
1110 lassified Notices documents upon re- VIN D. AGERTON CIRCUIT COURT,
1120 Notices quest. A/K/A CALVIN OKALOOSA COUNTY,
1125- Carpols & DUANNE AGERTON, FLORIDA.
Rideslare You must keep; the DECEASED, et al,
1130- Adoptions Clerk of the Circuit Defendant(s). has been filed against
1140 Happy Ads Court's office notified you and. you are re-
1150 Personals of your current ad- / quired to serve a copy
1160 Lost dress. (You may file of your written de-
1170- Found 'Notice of Current NOTICE OF ACTION fenses, if any, on or
Address, Florida Su- before June 26, 2009,
preme Court Ap- TO: on Florida Default Law
proved Family Law THE UNKNOWN Group, RL., Plaintiff's
Firm 12.915.) Future HEIRS,DEVISEES, attorney, whose ad-
papers in this lawsuit GRANTEES, ASSIGN- dress is 9119 Corpo-
Legal # 100597 will be mailed to the EES, LIENORS, CREDI- rate Lake Drive, Suite
address on record at TORS, TRUSTEES, OR 300, Tampa, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT OF the clerk's office. OTHER CLAIMANTS 33634, and file the orig-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CLAIMING BY, inal with this Court ei-
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WARNING: Rule THROUGH,UNDER, their before service on
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 12.285, Florida Family OR AGAINST CALVIN Plaintiff's attorney or
FLORIDA CASE NO: Law Rules of Proce- AGERTON A/K/A CAL- immediately thereafter;
09-DR-1096-C DIVI- dure, requires certain VIN D. AGERTON otherwise,a default will
SION automatic disclosure A/K/A CALVIN be entered against you
of documents and. in- DUANNE AGERTON, for the relief demanded
Cheryllynn Dyess, formation. Failure to DECEASED in the Complaint or pe-
Petitioner comply can result in tition.
and sanctions, including LAST KNOWN AD- This notice shall be
Henry Jackson Smith dismissal or. striking DRESS: UNKNOWN published once each
.Respondent. of pleadings. week .for two consecu-
CURRENT ADDRESS: tive weeks in the Crest-
'NOTICE OF ACTION Dated 5-5-09 UNKNOWN view News Bulletin.
FOR CHILDREN CLERK OF THE CIR- WITNESS my hand
NAME'CHANGE CUIT COURT ANY AND ALL UN- and the seal of this
BY: Edna Hoke KNOWN PARTIES Court on this 12 day of
TO: Henry Jackson Deputy Clerk CLAIMING BY, May, 2009.
Smith THROUGH, UNDER,
Address: #338516 5-9-09 AND AGAINST THE
D-3-108B PO BOX 276 5-16-09 HEREIN NAMED INDI- Don W. Howard
Dodge State Prison 5-23-09 VIDUAL DEFEND-
Chester, GA 3102 5-30-09 ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Clerk of the Court
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
YOU ARE NOTIFIED OR ALIVE, WHETHER
that an action has been SAID UNKNOWN PAR- By: Beth McDornad
filed against you and Legal # 100612 TIES MAY CLAIM AN
that you are required to INTEREST AS InicAs Deputy Clerk to:
serve a copy of your IN THE CIRCUIT SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- Invoice to & Copyto:
written defenses, if any, COURT OF THE VISEES, GRANTEES, Florida Default Law
to it on Cheryllynh FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OR OTHER CLAIM- Group, RL.
Dyess whose address. CUlT ANTS RO. Box 25018
is 1376 Georgia Ave. IN AND FOR Tampa, Florida
Baker FI 32531 on or OKALOOSA COUNTY, LAST KNOWN AD- 33622-5018
before 6-16-2009, and FLORIDA DRESS: UNKNOWN NMNC-SPECFHLMC-R-
file the original with the CIVIL ACTION ejayska-F08071355
clerk of this Court at CURRENT ADDRESS: **See Americans with
1250 N. Ealin Parkway, WELLS FARGO BANK, UNKNOWN Disabilities Act
120NNgi ak ay, IMORAN


Shalimar, FI 32579, be-
fore service on. Peti-
tioner immediately
thereafter. If you fall to
do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded In the peti-
tion.


NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-004897
vs.
DIVISION:
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS,DEVISEES,


YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
erty in OKALOOSA
County, Florida:


IMPORTANTr
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.
05/23/09
05/30/09


Legal # 100613
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE NO.
46-2009-CA-000970
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATALIE BILELLO, et
al
Defendants)
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO: NATALIE BILELLO
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 710 LEGION
DRIVE UNIT E-3 DES-
TIN, FL 325412527
CURRENT ADDRESS:
710 LEGION DRIVE
UNIT E-3 DESTIN, FL
325412527
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,


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AND AGAINST THE WITNESS rrMy rara nd Suile 300, Tampa, Flor- LEGAL#120224 .IPORT4fIT
HEREIN NAMED INDI- the Seal of this Court ida 33634, and file the In accordance with the
VIDUAL DEFEND- this 15 day of May, original with this Court IN THE CIRCUIT Americans with Disabil-
ANT(S) WHO ARE 2009. either before service on COURT FOR cities Act, persons with
NOT KNOWN TO BE Plaintiff's attorney or OKALOOSA COUNTY, disabilities needing
DEAD OT ALIVE, Clerk of the Circuit immediately thereafter; FLORIDA PROBATE special accommoda-
WHETHER SAID UN- Court otherwise a default will DIVISION FILE NO. tion to participate in
KNOWN PARTIES By: Viki Jackson be entered against you 09-CP-269 .this proceeding should
MAY CLAIM AN IN- Deputy Clerk for the relief demanded contact Court Adminis-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, in the Complaint or pe- IN RE: ESTATE OF tration at 101 James
HEIRS, DEVISEES, Rolfe & Lebello, PA. tition. VENECIA ANN Lee Boulevard East,
GRANTEES, OR RO. Box 40546 This notice shall be HORTON Crestview, FL,
OTHER CLAIMANTS Jacksonville, Fl 32203 published once each Deceased. 32536-3515; telephone
week for two consecu- number (850)
LAST KNOWN AD- 05/23/09 tive weeks in the Crest- NOTICE TO CREDI- 689-5000, Extension
DRESS: UNKNOWN 05/30/09 view News Bulletin. TORS 7497, prior to the pro-
WITNESS my hand and ceeding. or Shalimar
CURRENT ADDRESS: the seal of this Court o The ancillary adminis- (850) 651-7497
UNKNOWN this 14 day of May, tration of the estate of
Legal # 100615 2009. Venecia Ann Horton, IMPORTANT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED deceased, whose date In accordance with the
that an action to fore- IN THE CIRCUIT Don W. Howard of death was June 14, Americans with Disabil-
close a mortgage on COURT OF THE Clerk of the Court 2007, is pending in the cities Act, persons with
the following property FIRST JUDICIAL CR- By: Beth McDonald Circuit Court for disabilities needing
in OKALOOSA County, CULT, IN AND FOR As Deputy Clerk Okaloosa County, Flor- special accommoda-
Florida: OKALOOSA COUNT, ida, Probate Division, tion to participate in
FLORIDA CASE NO. Florida Default Law the address of which is this proceedirig should
LOT 3, BLOCK E, IN- 09-DR-2306 DIVISION: Group, RL. RO. Box 101 James Lee Blvd. contact Court Adminis-
DIAN HILLS, AC- Jose Manuel Figueroa, 25018 Tampa, Florida East, Crestview, FL traction at 1250 N. Eglin
CORDING TO THE Jose Manuel Figueroa, 33622-5018 32536. The names and Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
MAP OR PLAT Petitioner, addresses of the per- 32579; telephone num-
THEREOF, RE- IMPORTANT sonal representative ber (850) 651-7497,
CORDED IN PLAT and In accordance with the and the personal prior to the proceeding.
BOOK 6, PAGE 32, OF Americans with Disabil- representative's attdor-
THE PUBLIC REC- Angie Colleen Figue- cities Act, persons with ney are set forth below. 5/23/2009
ORDS OF OKALOOSA roa, disabilities needing All creditors of the de- 5/30/2009
COUNTY, FLORIDA Respondent. special accommoda- cedent and other per-
tion. to participate in sons having claims or
has been filed against NOTICE OF ACTION this proceeding should demands against
you and you are re- FOR DISSOLUTION contact Court Adminis- decedent's estate on
quired to serve a copy OF MARRIAGE tration at 101 James whom a copy of this 1160
of your written de- T ... Lee Boulevard East, notice Is required to be Black and gray male
fenses, if any, on or be- TO: Angie Colleen Crestview, FL, served must file their cat. Name is
fore June 29, 2009 on Figueroa 32536-3515; telephone claims with this court abbuk Missin since
Florida Default Law 248 College St., (850)689-5000, Exten- WITHIN THE LATER 05/19 from N restview
Group, P.L., Plaintiffs Shreveport LA, 71104 / sion 7497, prior to the OF 3 MONTHS AFTER area Call
attorney, whose ad- .... ..... proceeding, or THE TIME OF THE 850-306-1388
dress is 9119 Corpo- YOU ARE NOTIFIED S h a ? i m a r FIRST PUBLICATION "
rate Lake Drive, Suite that an action has been (850)651-7497 OF THIS NOTICE OR
300, Tampa Florida filed against you and 30 DAYS AFTER THE '44 0 = 0
33634, and file the orig- that you are required t IMPORTANT DATE OF SERVICE OF
final with this Court ei- serve a copy of your In accordance with the A COPY OF THIS NO- 1170
other before service on writtenn defenses, if an Americans with Disabil- TICE ON THEM. Femae puppy found in
Plaintiffs attorney oir to t on Jose ManuelF i cities Act, persons with All other creditors of the Baker area near
immediately thereafter; gueroa, whose.address disabilities needing the decedent and other Old River Rd She is
otherwise a default will Is 57 Kelly Way, Valpa- special accommoda- persons having claims white w/black rings
be entered agaisnt you raiso, Florida32580on tion to participate in or demands against around the eyes. Call
for the relief demanded or before June this proceeding should decedent's estate must 689-8031
in the Complaint or pe- 29,2009, and, file the contact Court Adminis- file their claims with this
tuition. original with the clerk of tration at 1250 N. Eglin court WITHIN 3 .
ths Court at the Parkway, Shalimar, FL, MONTHS AFTER THE -
WITNESS my hand and Okaloosa Coun 32579; telephone num- DATE OF THE FIRST '.
the seal Of htis Court Courthouse, 1250 N. ber (850)651-7497, PUBLICATION OF )
on this 14 day of May, Eglin Parkwa, prior to the proceeding. THIS NOTICE. '.
2009. Shallmar. oria ALL CLAIMS NOT
32579 before service 5/23/2009 FILED WITHIN THE -
Don W. Howard on Petitioner or imme- 5/30/2009 TIME PERIODS SET
Clerk of the Court diately thereafter. If FORTH IN SECTION
By: Beth McDonald you fal to do so, a de- 733.702 OF THE FLOR- ANIMALS
As Deputy Clerk fault may be entered7T OR
against you for the re- LEGAL # 120226 IDA PROBATE CODE 2100- Poets
WILL .BE FOREVER 2110'- Pets: Free to
Florida Default Law ef, demanded In the HE CIRCUIT BARRED. Good Home
Group, L. etitn. COURTOFTHE NOTWITHSTANDING 2120-Pet Supplies,
TampaO. Box25018 lorida Copies of all court FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- THE TIME PERIODS 2130- Farm Animals/
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ing special accommo- Courts office notified development, f/k/a Farm- R.epresentative:
nation to participate in of your current ad- ers Home Administra- Tracy 0. Strom Attor-
this proceeding should dress. (You may file tionB, eny for Krystina ArN.DJA
contact Court Adminis- Notice of Current Pl property saintiff,N THE CIRCUIT MERCHANDISE
tration at 101 James Address, Florida u-ated in OKALOOSA COURT0907420 204 Buck
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689-5000, .,Extension Will be, mailed to the Defendants. (850)244-9554 850-6891535
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with disabilities need- formation. Failure to titled Court in the 6/6/2009,
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nation to participate in sanctions, L including undersigned Clerk of
this proceeding should dismissal or striking Court or any of his duly LEGAL#120225

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32579; telephone num C1724ounty, Florida, d- FIRST JUDICIAL CR-. 310- Antiques
bar (850) 651-7497, CLERK OFTHE CIR- scribed as: CUIT 3110 -Appliances
or to the proceeding. WELLSCU FAROUT The North 70.00 feet of IN AND FOR 3120 Arts & Crafts
oBy: Diane Watkins the West 120.00 feet of OKALOOSA COUNTY, 3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
05/23/09 -Deputy Clerk Lot 2, McCASKILL'S FLORIDA 3150 Building, Supplies
05/30/09CREDIT UNION, Plant SECOND ADDITION, CIVIL ACTION CASE 3160- Business
5/23/09 according to plat NO:2007-CA-3152-C o Equipment
05/30/09 thereof on file j' Plat FILE NO:F07019166 3170- Collectibles
06/06/09 Book 1, Page 80-A,, in "13180-Computers

















NOTICEOFSALE OTHER THAN THE the Circuit Court of the set. Still incrate. Retails
06/13/09 the office of the Clerk GMAC MORTGAGE, 3190- Electronics
INTTHET E GH PRC I of Circuit Court, LLC, 3200- Firewood
given that, pursuant tos)Okaloosa County, Flor- Plaintiff, 3220 Furniture
COURT IN THE FIRSTLE A CLAIM wh3230eren GMAC MORT- B Garage/Yard Sles
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN gLEGAL # 120223 LLC, is the mattress Queet3240 n & founs
ery siuaed D N, CANS WITH DISABIL- will sell to the highest r3250 GoodThingsto Eat
AND FOR OKALOOSA highest and best bid- vs.3260- Health & Fitness
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT T IES ACT, PERSONS and best bidder for
da described asE NO: COURT OF THE 327 WITH DISABILITIES cash at CRESTVIEW: EVER g
D VI FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 16, 2009, at 11:00 A.M., JONATHAN E. 3280- Machinery/
OKALOOSA COU Courthouse, 101 3300 Miscellaneous
COMPASS BANK, FLORIDA CIVIL AC- James Lee Blvd., East, 3310- Musicalon the 17lrment d
Plaintiff elements, TION CASE NO.: Crstview, Okaloosa NOTICE OF FORECLO- 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
46-2009-CA-00 C Florida sub- SURE SALE Supplies
V1727 DIVISION: FILE: County, ld, 3330-Restaurant/Hotel
es and other ap- 525 COURT ADMINISTRAowing descri3340- Sporting Goods
ROBERT G. REID ands and assessments NOTICE IS HEREBY 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

OKALOOSA CO, WELLS FARGO for the real property d- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-d
particularly FEDERAL BANKNAscribed above. 689-5000, Final Judgment of Mort-
n the Declaration of N Na ANY PERSON CLAIM- gage For VAlosure
CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, WHETERING INTEREST IN dated May 15, 2009 ba Model
THE SURPLUS FROM and entered in Case

SO S MAND Et AR PROPERTY OWNER FIRST J Ndicial Circuit $1599, only $599 Can
NOTICE is hereby LAND, et al AS OF THE DATE OF in
the Order of Summary MUST FILE A NG CLAIM wherein GMAC MBOORT- AG Brand new Pillowtop

















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and 202 and Storage OR OTHER CLAIM- FLORIDA RELAY OKALOOSA COUNTY, make a decision-
Unit 326. A A SALERVICE. THFLORIDAN E. BAGGETT; about the850-255-3050 Delv avail
Okloosa County, For- LAST KNOWN AD DATED ON May 18, But we've finally

An which postal ad- CURRENT ADDRESS ACT, 2009. A/K/A 5811 ANTLER worked it out I
S rbor Blvd., Unit UNKNOWN DON WITH DISABILITIES cash atRD 26 CRESTVIEW: EVER go .
S3F, Destn, FL 32541. YOU AR E NOTIFI ED ING of Circuit AL Court into place. Can con-y?
mat an action to ore- OMMODATIO TO FR County Any person claiming an vert to a doubleT DOOR OF THE
at Public Sale Sale, to lose a moIG Courthouse 101 James interest in the surplus chaise lounge or a
th e highest bidde, for mh e following property CONest- from on the 17if any, bed (17x78"x48") or
cashe at then front n Okaloosa County, THE OFFICE OF THE32536 other than2009 the property a couch (35"x78"x36")
south door, Okaloosa Lr DFN TR ownerty as set forf the date of 8 different settings!


County Courthouse, LAT 1, OL IHTH BY: Vicki Jackson the Lis Pendens must Great modern design
202 James Lee Blvd. EASDITIONOD ACC EIGHTHORD- Deputy Clerk file a claim within sixty with neutral oyster
East, Crestview, ADDITIONT ACCORD (60 days after the sale. colored stain resist-
Okaloosa County, ING TO THE PLAT Frederick J. Murphy, WITNESS MY HAND ant microfiber fabric
Florida, at 11:00a.m. THEREOF AS RE- Jr., Esquire Boswell & and the seal of this removable cover.
(C.S.T) on the2009. 16 day BOODED5, PANGE 10A9 Dunlap LLP Post Office Court on May 18, 2009. Great for smaller
of June, 2009. BOK 5, PAGE 109, Drawer 30 Bartow, FL spaces. This is a
PUBLIC RECORDS OF This is a
ANY PERSON CLAIM- OKALOOSA COUNTY 33831 Attorneys for Don W. Howard stock picture with the
ING AN INTEREST IN FLORIDA. Plaintiff Telelphone Clerk of the Circuit ad but the couch
ING ANINTEREST INFROM has filed against (863) 533-7117 Fax Court looks exactly the
THE SURPLUS FROM has yed agast you (863)533-7412 By:Vickie Jackson same because it's in
THE SALE, IF ANY, and you are required to Deputy Clerk excellent condition.
OTHER THAN THE serve a copy of your STEVEN A. POTTER, a Lists for $600, selling
PROPERTY OWNER written defenses, if any, single man 202 Eighth Florida Default Law for $275.
AS OF THE DATE OF on or before June 29, Avenue Crestview, FL Group, RL. + Coordinating Sage
THE LIS PENDENS 2009,fault Law Grouprida De- 32536 Defendant RO. Box 25018 green pillows & throw
MUST FILE A CLAIM fault Law Group, L, Tampa, Florida will complete the set,
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Plaintiff's attorney, 5/23/2009 33622-5018 $25. In FWB, call
TER THE SALE. whCorpore addr Lake Drives 91195/30/2009 Donna, 362-8868.
Corporate Lake Drive,


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SPORTS

Saturday May 30, 2009 www. c r e s t v i e wbulletin. c o m Page 12


News

& NOTES

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
May21
I, Dale Anderson, Bob
Zwirblia, Bill Goodard II
2. George Smith Howard
Mitchell,Jerry Smyrl,
Lavaughn Dorman -8
3. Ed Ross David Hinnant,
David Smith, Richard
Lawson -8
4. Ron Boisjolie, Dick
Furrow, Ron Swafford,Alan
Parsons -7
5.Terry Thomas, Jerry
Devoy, George Bonner,
Werth Pittman -6

Sunday Lowball
1. Heidi Blair, John Blair,
Ron Magruder, Brandon
Mos6r -9
2. Dona Bouchard,
Mike Bouchard, Lavaughn
Dorman -9.
3. Dan Watford, Steve
Howard, David Smith,
Archie Perez -9
4. Steve Sparkman,Tom
Cook, Howard Mitchell -8
5. David Hinnant, Steve
Whiddon,Jerry Maughon -7

Hole-in-one
Henry Snider of Niceville
had a hole-in-one on April.25
at the 155-yard, No. 8 hole
using an 8-iron while playing n
the David Morgan Invitational
Tournament at Foxwood.

BRIEFS
YMCA swimming
lessons
The Crestview Family
YMCA is registering people,
;.ages 6 months and up for
swimming lessons, which
begin June 8.The fee is $48
per session for members,,
and $62 per session for
other participants. Morning
and evening sessions are
being scheduled. Private
lessons are available by
request. Details: 689-2999.
YMCA flag
football camp
The Crestview Family
YMCA is offering flag football
camp from June 8 to I12.
The fee for members
is $25; the fee for other
participants is $35 per
session. Details: 689-2999.-

Foxwood Country Club,
summer camps
Foxwood Country Club
has announced plans for
summer tennis, swimming
and golf ,camps.
Swimmlning lessons with
local instructor Jennifer
Morgan will start in June.
"Public and private lessons
will be available. Contact
Foxwood Country Club for
details.
Golf camp with Buddy
Hartzog will be held June
9-12 from 9 to 10 a.m. each
day.The camp is for ages
7 to 15 and costs $30 per
player. Contact Foxwood
Country Club. to register.
A tennis camp for
middle-school and high
school players will be held
June 22-26 from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. each day. Cost is
$25 per participant.
Call Foxwood Country
Club at 682-2012 or stop
by the club for information
on any of these summer
programs.

Men's Invitational
STwo-Man Scramble
.Foxwood Country Club
will host an Individual Two-
Man Scramble June 27-28.
The 36-hole event is a
pre-flighted by the average of
the partners not to exceed
eight strokes or the higher
handicap will be reduced.
Cost of the tournament
is $180 per team and
includes cart, prizes, tee
gift, refreshments as well as
dinner buffet on Saturday
and breakfast buffet Sunday.
Play starts Saturday with a
See BRIEFS 8


SPRI


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Baker savors spring game win

Randy Dickson
Cres~iew News Bulletin

BAKER A good spring for the Baker football team had a
successful ending when the Gators beat South Walton 22-7 in
last Friday's spring game.
Successful ending aside, Gator coach Bob Kellogg under-
stands his team still has a long ways to go if it is to have a
good 2009 campaign.
"I thought we had a good spring as far as learning, effort
and enthusiasm," he said. "We found out our weaknesses,
which right now are on our offensive and defensive lines.
* That's where we are young, and I think it proved out in the
game the other night.
"We weren't able to run the football like we are used to
doing. That was a little discouraging, but we knew we were
young up there. That's the place we really have to work on
this summer."
Kellogg wasn't surprised by the way some players stepped
See BAKER 8


BAKER BALL!: Baker's Nathan Pfrimmer (left) and Vada
Moore (right) celebrate after the Baker defense -
recovered a fumble.


UP











WHO'S OPEN?:
Crestview's
Blake
Ritchie looks
downfield for
a pass against
Niceville.


GIVING CHASE: Crestview's Amond Robinson (right)
chases Niceville's Kody Williams after Williams made
a reception.

CHS happy with spring practice

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview football coach Matt Brunson has no com-
plaints coming out of spring practice.
"We had three good weeks," he said. "I think the most
important thing about spring is to find out who you can de-
pend on and maybe fill in some holes where you had some
guys graduate or vacate the year before. I think we did
that.
"And I think we built some depth up front on both sides
of the ball. We-found guys that will be physical. We had
plenty of hitting one-on-one and three-on-three and
eight-on-eight."
As important as the spring is for developing players it's
also a time to develop team chemistry.
"I think we developed camaraderie as a team and those
kind of things, and in three weeks of time that's all you can
hope for," Brunson said. "I think we did well in all of those
See CRESTVIEW 8


CHS baseball lining up youth summer camp


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The 2009 youth league baseball
season might be winding down,
but don't put away the bats and
the gloves just yet.
The Crestview High School
baseball camp will be held from
June 8-10 with sessions running
from 9 a.m. until noon each day.
"We do a lot of work with the
fundamentals of the game," Bull-
dog coach Tim Gillis said. "Ob-
viously that is the throwing, we
catch' and hit and run. And we try
to have some competitions and
make it fun for the kids. We also
play games at the end of each day
and let them compete. It's always
fun to compete, and it's always fun
to have a prize at the end if your
team wins.
"We try to make it fun for the
kids, and it's fun for us."


Gillis said the camp, which
serves as a fundraiser for the CHS
baseball team, averages 50 to 80
kids a year.
The cost of the camp is $75
and includes a camp T-shirt and a
pizza party after Wednesday's fi-
nal session. Campers also will be
able to attend the Justin Richards
Scholarship Tournament that will
run June 11-14 at CHS at no addi-
tional cost.
The camp is open to children
ages 4-13 and will be divided into
age groups.
Crestview baseball players,
some who once attended the camp
themselves, will help instruct the
young players.
"We've had quite a few that are
in the program now," Gillis said.
"That's kind of telling on my age,
but I can remember when they
were little bitty and in the camp.
"But again, it's something
we've had fun with over the years,


and I think a lot of kids have ben-
efited from it."
As former campers become
Bulldog players they also become
instructors in the camp.
"Any time you can teach some-
thing that means you know it,"
Gillis said. "That's big for our kids
because if they can teach a young
kid how to field a ground ball cor-
rectly or how to throw correctly
that means they know how to do it
and they can show them.
"The teaching side of it, I kind
of try to teach it early on, and then
we kind of let our guys go and be
one-on-one with a group' of kids.
That means a lot, not only to the
younger ones in the camp, but to
our kids."
The most surprising thing
about the camp for Gillis isn't nec-
essarily the teaching that takes
place between players and camp-
ers, but rather something that
goes even deeper.


"What has really got my atten-
tion over the years is how much
the younger kids really look up to
the kids in our program," he said.
"A couple of years ago I had a kid
come back and say, 'So-and-so
is driving this kind of car.' It just
amazes me as to how attentive
they are to the older kids. In talk-
ing to our kids, it's a great respon-
sibility too.
"It kind of shows us how we
are always modeling ourselves
and kind of looking to the people
above us to model ourselves after
them. Most of the time, not only
at the high school level, but the
college and professional levels as
well, these are the guys we want
to emulate. Most of them are real
good, but you have a select few
that are not."
Registration for the camp will
be from 8 to 9 a.m. on June 8. For
more information contact Gillis at
689-7417.




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