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declarations


GREG ALLEN I Crestview News Bulletin
CITY FATHERS: Laurel Hill Mayor
Ferrin Campbell Jr. and Crestview
Mayor David Cadle share
their thoughts on our .,
nation's founding
and our
freedoms *."
this '
Fourth of
July.


City fathers remind us-

what we're commemorating today


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
As Americans observe the 233rd
anniversary of our separation from
our colonial rulers in England, it's a
good time to pause and reflect on,what
exactly we commemorate each Fourth of
July. ,
Our backyard barbecues and
fireworks are just a few trappings that
pale in significance with the feat that
we should actually be celebrating: the
profound foresight and brilliance of the
group of men who,gathered on that hot
July day in Philadelphia in 1776 and
laid the foundation of our nation.
The News Bulletin invited our own
local "fathers" to share their thoughts on
the significance of the document signed
in Independence Hall on July 4, 1776,
and what it means for Americans.


S Ferrin Campbell Jr.
Mayor, Laurel Hill
"In my opinion, the Declaration of Inde-
pendence is the second-most important doc-
ument in the history of mankind. It is second
our independence from the
:king of Great Britain.
"Most all of us have read
the declaration in school.
Everyone knows some of
the signers. John Hancock's
name is the biggest. Our fore-
fathers, such as John Han-
FERRIN cock, Benjamin Franklin and
CAMPBELL JR. John Adams, those obviously
were men of great wisdom
and vision.
"The Declaration of Independence cre-
ated the United States from.our separation


See DECLARATIONS 3


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Crestview News Bulletin
We're giving you something to
talk about.
The Crestview News Bulletin this
week launched a new online mes-
sage board.
The new message board at http://
forums.crestviewbulletin.com will
enhance the community conversa-
tions that already take place through
the story comments on the www.


Visit the Crestview News
Bulletin online message
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News Bulletin staff members will
take an active role in encouraging -
and if need be, calming the conver-


stations. The new message board also
will allow readers to post their own
community events and offer story tips.
Topics already under discussion
include "What is the worst road in
north Okaloosa County?" "Is the hot
weather a sign of global warming?"
and "Who is the most successful
athlete to come out of north Oka-
loosa County?"
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Community

remembers

longtime

educator
Brian Hughes
Crtsmitew News Bulletin
Saturday's death of long-
time Crestview educator
Clem Payton, the first prin-
cipal of Bob Sikes Elemen-
tary School, left a void in the
hearts of many formfier stu-
dents and educators.
Several shared fond remi-
niscences of a devoted teach-
er and friend,
for whom Bob
Sikes ,Elemen-
tary recently.
named its me-
dia center.
"Let me tell
you, he was
thrilled when R
they did that," CLEM PAYON
said Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts, su-
perintendent of the Okaloosa
School District.
"He was an amazing
principal. He was the kind
of teacher and administra-
tor people would aspire to be
like. He was a role model. He
truly cared about kids and
had a love of learning that
is very rare. He went, on to
be elementary supervisor of
the school district for many
years.'
Tibbetts said Payton,
who was also a friend of Tib-
betts' family, attended the
same house of worship, the
First Presbyterian Church of
Crestview.
"He was very active in
our church.,He was a Sun-
day school teacher," Tibbetts
said. "His value system and
his willingness to help others
was very rare.",
When Tibbetts ran for su-
perintendent, "he would call
me and just be an encourager
and a cheerleader," she said.
"He followed so many stu-
dents long after they gradu-
ated.
"He was principal at Bob
Sikes when I started there,"
Tibbetts continued. "When
I was at Bob Sikes, they had
the Cuban missile crisis. We
brought in canned food. It
was just amazing. I remem-
ber how reassuring he was.
He made you feel confident
even when you were a little
kid.
"He was also a great ath-
lete, and-he loved the Univer-
sity of Alabama. He was its
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OCSO investigating
robbery in Baker
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office is investigat-
ing the armed robbery of the
Health Smart Pharmacy on
State Road 189 in Baker, ac-
cording to an OCSO press
release. A short white male
carrying a tire tool entered
the business. around 5:20
Tuesday evening and de-
manded drugs. Customers
were inside the building but
no one was hurt. He was last
seen on foot heading north
from the store.
A K-9 unit was called to
the scene to try to track the
individual.
Anyone with information
on the robbery is asked to
contact the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office at 850-
651-7400 or Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at 850-863-
TIPS.
-Ann Spann/
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview budget
reviews scheduled
Okaloosa County budget


reviews and public hear-
ings, which are all open to
the public for comment be-
fore millage and budget is
finalized, have been sched-
uled through September.
An additional workshop for
all of the Constitutional of-
ficers is also scheduled.
Residents are encour-
aged to review the Budget
Policy document online,
present ideas, ask ques-
tions and attend all Oka-
loosa County meetings.
The Budget Policy is an
annual report consisting of
economic information, an
overview of county reve-
nue, expenditures and cap-
ital projects. It provides an
opportunity for the Board
of County Commissioners
set guiding policies for de-
partmerits, encompassing
staffing, compensation,
capital projects and the
overall 2009-10 budget.
Budgetreviews in Crest-
view have been scheduled
for July 16 at 6 p.m., August
4 at 1 p.m. A budget public
hearing in Crestview is
Sept 8 at 6 p.m. All of the
Crestview meetings will


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
ROBBERY REPORTED: A robbery was reported at the Health Smart pharmacy in


Baker on Tuesday afternoon

take place at the Crestview
courthouse.
The Constitutional Offi-
cers Workshop will be Aug.
25 at 6 p.m. in Fort Walton
Beach. The final budget
hearing will be Sept. 15 at 6
p.m. in Fort Walton Beach.
Fort Walton Beach meet-
ings are held in the third
floor Commission Confer-;
ence Room, at 1804 Lewis
Turner Blvd.
Crestview News Bulletin


House fire under
investigation
The cause of Monday's
early morning fire at a home
on Ashley Drive is under in-
vestigation, firefighters say.
They were called to 405
Ashley Drive at about 7:30
Monday morning to fight a
fire in the kitchen and living
room area.
The fire caused about
$25,000 in damage.


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Woman hospitalized
after fire
A home on McDonald
Street was heavily dam-
aged by an early morning
fire Wednesday. Crestview
Fire Department crews re-
sponded to the call at 4:30
a.m. and arrived to find
smoke and flames in the
living room and kitchen
area.
The house is not livable
due to smoke and fire dam-
age throughout the home.
The occupant, a female,
was taken to the hospital-
for possible smoke inhala-
tion.
The fire was caused by
cooking material on the
stove, according to a Crest-
view Fire 'Department
press release.
- Wendy Victora / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Crestview council
to hold workshops
The Crestview city
council will hold a work-
shop Monday to review
Senate Bill 360.
The workshop is sched-
uled for 5 p.m. in council
chambers at City Hall.
A city budget work-
shop will be held July 14 at
4:30 p.m.
Crestview News Bulletin

Fire commissioners
meeting rescheduled
The July meeting of the
Baker Fire District Board
of Commissioners has been
rescheduled for July 9,
at 7 p.m. at the Baker Fire
Station at 1375 19th St. in
Baker.
Crestview News Bulletin

Plans underway for
2010 Relay For Life
A Committee Rally con-
ducted at the CCB Com-
munity Bank on June 25
marked the start of the
American Cancer Soci-
ety's Crestview Relay for


Life, scheduled for April
23 and 24, 2010. Relay for
Life is the American Can-
cer Society's signature ac-
tivity. It is a unique event
that offers communities an
opportunity to participate
in the fight against cancer.
Relay for Life is an event
that changes lives, and the
committee is so grateful
for this community's role
in raising funds and aware-
ness about a disease that
affects too many.
For more information
contact Emily Jennings,
American Cancer Society,
at 244-3813, ext. 116, Loney
Whitley, Event Chairman,
at 537-3500, or Larry Hen-
dren, marketing(publicity
chairman, at 652-3778.
Special to the
News Bulletin

Sansom hiring was no
surprise to trustees
Former Northwest
Florida State College Pres-
ident Bob Richburg's Nov.
18 announcement that he
had hired Florida Speaker
of the House Ray Sapsom
to a $110,000 part-time job
came as a shock to a lot of
people.
It did not shock mem-
bers of the college's board
of trustees.
Richburg met individu-
ally with seven of the eight
board members to let them
know of his plans, accord-
ing to a recently issued
special counsel's report.
The meetings occurred
between August 2008 and
the day Sansom was sworn
in as speaker, according to
the report issued Friday by
Stephen Kahn.
Barbara Petersen, pres-,
ident of the Florida First
Amendment Foundation,
said the way the meetings
were conducted may have
violated the state's sun-
shine law.
"If his intent, was to
avoid the sunshine, that
could 'in itself be a viola-
tion," Petersen said. "I
think we can conclude it
was an attempt to avoid
meeting in the sunshine."
Richburg consultedwith
one trustee over breakfast
and another in a parking
lot, the report said. He
even informed one trustee
of his decision while they
waited on the floor of the
state House for Sansom's
swearing-in ceremony to
begin.
The hiring was an-
nounced at a board of trust-
ee's meeting the same day
Sansom was sworn in as
speaker. Board members
went along with the hire
by voting to approve the
meeting's consent agenda.
Tom McLaughlin I
Florida Freedom
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Save money and energy during the summer heat


Special to the News Bulletin

As temperatures soar through-
out Northwest Florida, electric
company customers can save on
their bill by following these tips
from Gulf Power:

Set your thermostat
and leave it
During the summer, your air
conditioner is the biggest user of
electricity. For many homes, it ac-
counts for more than half of the
summer electric bill..
Set your thermostat at 78 de-
grees or higher and leave it there.
For every degree below that set-
ting, you'll use three to five per-
gent more electricity.
Set the thermostat even higher
when at work or away from home
for long periods of time, but no
more than five degrees higher.
Change or clean your air con-
ditioner filter regularly. Dirty fil-
ters restrict airflow and reduce
efficiency.
Use your ceiling fan for more
comfort. Only turn it on when
you're in the room. Ceiling fans
only cool people, not rooms.


Clear outside AC units of plants
or brush so they can run more ef-,
ficiently.

Insulate
Increase attic insulation, which
can save up to 30 percent on cool-
ing and heating costs.
Insulation is measured in R-
value, which is a measure of resis-
tance to heat flow. So the higher
the R-value, the better the insula-
tion value.
Experts recommend you use an
R-value of R-30 in ceiling areas.
Check your windows and doors
for air leaks. Install weather strip-
ping or caulking if needed,

Kitchen
Whenever possible, cook a lot
of meals at the same tire. This
uses less energy than when you
cook each meal separately.
If you're baking, avoid open-
ing the oven door. This lets out 20
percent of the heat. Use a cooking
timer instead.
Use pots and pans that match
the size of the burners on your
stove. This allows more, heat to
the pan, and less heat will be lost


to surrounding air.
Try to use the range instead
of the oven. Better yet, turn on
the microwave or use a pressure
cooker. Both use less power than
a standard electric range.

Refrigerator
Choose the right size refrigera-
tor for your needs. Larger models
use more energy. Open and close
the refrigerator door quickly.
Know what you want before open-
ing the door.
Make sure your refrigerator
door seals are airtight. Check it
by closing a piece of paper in the
door, half in and half out. If you can
pull the paper out easily, you may
need to make some adjustments
or replace the seal.
Keep your food covered. Mois-
ture buildup in the refrigerator
makes the air inside harder to cool.

Dishwasher
Run the dishwasher, dryer and
the stove after the sun has gone
down to avoid adding heat to your
house.
When using the dishwasher,
turn off the drying cycle if you


don't need dishes right away.
Wait until the dishwasher is full
before running it. Partial loads can
use just as much water and power
as a full load.
Scrape dishes before loading
them into the dishwasher so you
don't have to rinse them. If they
need rinsing, use cold water.

Lighting
One of the best ways to save
energy is to turn off lights that
aren't in use.
Use fluorescent lighting or
CFLs when possible. They last
about 10 times longer than incan-
descent lamps. And they can pro-
duce four times more light than
standard incandescent lamps for
the same amount of energy.
Use one large bulb instead of
several small ones in areas where
bright light is needed.
Use smaller lamps in work ar-
eas, like sewing areas and com-.
puter desks, so you don't light the
entire room.
Lighter-colored walls, drapes,
blinds and upholstery reflect light:
Dark colors absorb heat and re-
quire more artificial light.


Poker run will make a difference for injured woman


Crestview News Bulletin

The road to recovery continues for local
woman Candy Guy.
You can join the ride by taking part in the
Candy Guy Benefit Poker Run on July 11
starting at Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Proceeds from the run will go to Guy, who
lives in the Baker area. Guy and her husband
faced considerable medical expenses after
Candy was injured in a horse show this past
March.
"We'd like to get as much participation as
we can.because Candy had a lot of medical
bills," said Fred Jordan, an elder at Joy Fel-
lowship Church and the ride organizer.
"I would encourage people to take part
because it's a good cause. People want to feel


like they make a difference in people's lives,
and this is a chance to make a difference fpr
Candy."
The 75-mile poker run is open to all ve-
hicles, not just motorcycles. Breakfast and
lunch will be available for purchase. Door
prizes will be available, and a 50-50 raffle will
be conducted.
Guy was injured when a horse she was rid-
ing reared up and fell over backwards. Guy
fell off of the horse, and then the horse fell on
her. She sustained 11 broken ribs, a fractured
vertebrae and bruised internal organs.
Guy is recovering from her injuries, but
she and her husband did not have medical
insurance and face considerable expenses.
"No matter what you ride, we just appre-
ciate the help," Jordan said.


CANDY GUY BENEFIT POKER RUN
July 11 at Emmanuel Baptist Church,
3252 E. U.S. Highway 90.
$15 entry fee per vehicle; additional
hands for $3 (maximum 3 per person).
Registration at 8 a.m.
First wave leaves at 9 a.m.
Last rider in by 12:30 p.m.
Motorcycles, antiques, convertibles,
muscle cars and hot rods welcome.
For more information, contact Fred
Jordan at 850-585-1458 or fjordan@
joyfellowship.net or Bill Stroheker at
850-537-5137.


DECLARATIONS from pae 1


from England. It led to
our freedoms that we
have today. They are
unique freedoms that no
other country in the world
can enjoy.
"I've always said about
politics that I admire Tho-
mas Jefferson, who wrote
the Declaration of Inde-
pendence, more than any
other politician. He said he
believed that the govern-
ment that governs least
governs best, and I'm a
firm believer in that."

David Cadle

Mayor, Crestview
"We take so many of
our liberties for granted
in" this country- that. we
sometimes lose sight of
the fact that we must be
i


vigilant to ensure those
liberties are never taken
away from us.
"Government is becom-
ing more intrusive in our
lives, and
that goes
against
the vision
Shield by
our found-
ing fathers
when they'
put their
DAVID lives at
CADLE risk to
*establish
this great nation and to
produce our Constitution.
S"I hope as we celebrate
our nation's birthday today
we take time to remember
what those founding prin-
ciples have.meant to each
of us."


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Please turn in your church news
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on Wednesday.
EVENTS
NEW BEGINNINGS
ACTIVITIES: New Beginnings at 412
W James Lee Blvd. in Crestview is
hosting the following events:
VBS July 12-16 from 6 to'8:30
p.m. and family night on Friday, July
17. Classes for all ages. Adults will
be taught at 6:30 each evening in the
sanctuary.
Big Mo gospel concert Sunday,
July 19 at 10:30 a.m. The public is
invited to attend. A nursery will be
provided.
Details: 689-2988.
PORTRAITS OF AMERICA: The
Christian Symphonic Band & Strings,
based in Navarre, will present a 7 p.m.
patriotic concert July 9 and 10 at 7
p.m. nightly at Cinco Baptist Church,
26 Yacht Club Drive, Fort Walton
Beach.
The concerts are free, but a
contribution will be donated during the
concert. Details: 243-7656 or 939-6552.
CHURCH CAMP IN DESTIN:
Holy Mackerel Kidz Summer Camp
for children ages K-5 includes games,
activities, field trips, opportunities-
for learning and great times with
new friends. Week-long sessions are
Monday through Friday from 8:30 to
3 p.m.
Session 3, July 13 to 17
Session 4, July 27 to 31
Applications for volunteer camp


counselors ages 12-18 years old
are being accepted. Details: Tamii
Bonhardt-Carr at Immanuel Church,
837-6324.
VBS: Beaver Creek Baptist Church
will host Vacation Bible School July 19-
24 from 6 to 8 p.m. nightly. It includes
Bible Study, snacks, recreation,
missions and music. Friday is family
night. All children in the area are
invited to attend. Details: Pastor Bob
Govoni at 850-902-6978.
STRIVING FOR PERFECTION
VBS: Striving for Perfection Ministries
Vacation Bible School will be held July
13-17 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 24 Bass
Ave. S.W in Fort Walton Beach. Phone
850-862-3899 for details.-
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CHRISTIAN COALITION:
The Christian Coalition of Okaloosa
County meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
are held on the first Saturday of the
month. Fimds generated are used
for Epiphany Episcopal Church's
outreach activities.
Participants may sell whatever
they like at a cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions are available
inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for
details. The church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contemporary
worship is at 9 a.m. at the church,
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. Presented 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 process
is the church's approved method for
individuals to become members of
the Catholic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin Chapel Center
Annex from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each
Wednesday evening. Details: Susan
Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COURSE: Airport
Road Church of Christ is offering a
free Bible correspondence 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 REVELATIONS
STUDY: Each Sunday evening at 5
p.m., the Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study of the
Book of Revelations. The 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.


REMEMBER from page 1I


biggest fan.
"He had such a positive atti-
tude. I loved him. He was a great
man. He will be very missed."
Aileen Barley was a third-
grade teacher, whose class moved
to Sikes soon after it opened in
1958.
"I taught 38 years, and I en-
joyed it a lot," she said.
"Mr. Payton was always very
concerned about the children.
He was a fine person. He was
always there for you. He always
backed you up. We had a lot of
good times with Clem. He was'a
fine person. We're going to miss
him."
Former first-grade teacher
Bertie Ann Curenton was among
the first instructors at Bob Sikes.
She, too, had fond memories of
her former principal.
"It was very nice relationship.
He was real fair with his teach-
ers. He didn't have pets. He oper-


ated a good school.
"I taught under him for sever-
al years. He was always real-fair,"
she said.
"He'd come in your classroom
and sit down. He was pretty good
about getting to know* the chil-
dren. He learned the children's
names."
Curenton recollected the first
days-of school at Bob Sikes with
a laugh. At that time, the school
was in an undeveloped part of
town.
"The first day we went to Bob
Sikes when we started teaching
over there, you couldn't get to the
school because the road wasn't
finished," Curenton said.
"Mr. Payton sent one of the
teachers, Howard Powell, in his
truck to go out to where the pave-
ment stopped to meet the teach-
ers and put them in. the truck
and take them to school. It was
a rainy week. It was nothing but


"He was a great man.

He will be

very missed."

Dr. Alexis Tibbetts
Superintendent,
Okaloosa School District

puddles and mud.
"It was an experience going
into a new school before the new
school was finished."
Susan Lowrey-Sexton, prin-
cipal of Laurel Hill School, said,
"I will remember Mr. Payton
for being one of the warmest,
kindest, wisest individuals I've
ever known. He was a constant
source of inspiration and encour-
agement to me and others.
"He always. strived to keep
- even if he had to work at it a


positive attitude. Mr. Payton was
a friend to many, and when you
were with him, he made you feel
like you were the most special
person in the world."
A former Bob Sikes student,
Crestview attorney Connie Rop-
er, reflected on Payton's legacy to
Crestview education.
"Mr. Payton's commitment
to education and to children are
probably, as I look back as an
adult, the two most lasting lega-
cies he leaves," she said.
"On a personal level, there will
be an enormous void in the lives
of those close to him. But they
know that he has forever shaped
the future through his influence
and his kindnesses.
"On a more practical level, no
one will ever be able to silence
the loud drone of school children
in a cafeteria with the flick of a,
light switch like Mr. Payton."
School Board member Cathy


Thigpen, who serves northern
Okaloosa County, remembered,
"Clem Payton was my principal
when I began school at Bob Sikes.
My mother had recently died,
and I remember Mr. Payton, the
principal, being warm and com-
passionate, always 'checking' on
me. I remember thinking he is
SO TALL.
"When I first announced my
candidacy for School Board, he
called me and told me how proud
he was that I was running and
asked what he could do to help.
He was always one to send a note
or call to compliment me, my
husband or my son.
"Compassionate would be the
one word I think of when I re-
member Mr. Payton."

Share your reminiscences of
Clem Payton, whether you were
a student or a colleague, at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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(PD to conduct July 4 crackdown on drunken drivers


Special to the News Bulletin
,Crestview Police De-
partment officers will be
out in full force during
the Fourth of July holiday
period, cracking down on
impaired drivers with an
aggressive "Drunk Driv-
ing. Over the Limit. Under
Arrest" enforcement blitz.
"Driving while drunk
isn't worth the tremen-
dous risk. Not matter your
age, if you've had too much
holiday spirit, you'd better
find a safe and sober ride


home *or your chances
of arrest are high," said
Crestview Police Depart-
ment Lt. Kent Buckner.
Recent crash statistics
underscore the impor-
tance of the crackdown.
In 2007, 34 percent of all
drivers involved in traffic-
related crashes during the
July 4 holiday period had
a blood alcohol concentra-
tion of .08 or higher, the le-
gal limit in all states.
During the July 4 pe-
riod in 2007, there were a
total of 200 traffic-related


~~UK


fatalities. Of those, 44 per-
cent involved a driver or
motorcycle rider with a
BAC of .08 or higher.
"Too many people still
fail to understand that alco -


hol and driving do
Buckner said. I
driving is no accic
is it a victimless ci
vitally important
bring this tragic


to an end."
Drunken driving is one
of America's deadliest
problems. In 2007, 41,059
people were killed in mo-
S torvehicle crashes. Almost
13,000 of those people were
killedin traffic crashes that
involved at least one driver
or motorcycle rider with a
BAC of .08 or higher.
n't mix," Alcohol also plays a role
impaired in many motorcycle fatali-
dent, nor ties. Forty-one percent of
rime. It's the 2,182 motorcycle rid-
that we ers who died in single-ve-
situation hicle crashes in 2007 had


BAC levels of .08 or higher.
In fatal crashes for 2007 a
higher percentage of mo-
torcycle riders had BAC
levels of .08 or higher than
for any other type of vehi-
cle driver.
"No matter what you
drive a passenger car,
pickup or motorcycle if
you are caught driving im-
paired, you will be arrest-
ed," Buckner.said. "Don't
let this Fourth of July blow
up in your face. Remem-
ber. 'Drunk Driving. Over
the Limit. Under Arrest.'"


OCSO announces budget

cuts; Ashley promoted'


Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office continues to take significant
cost-cutting measures because of
ongoing budget constraints. After
a hiring freeze was implemented in
March 2009, only critical needs posi-
tions could be filled, and only by uti-
lizing existing staff.
To date, 12 positions listed have-
been eliminated. The estimated
annual saving in salaries exceeds
$1 million.
Cut positions are: chief of staff, di-
rector of support services, assistant
director of administration, assistant
director of information technology,
finance manager, school resource
officer (three positions) and records
clerk (four positions)
Ongoing budget, and personnel
cuts have required additional reor-
ganization and consolidation of du-
ties.
Effective June 28, Maj. Larry
Ashley was promoted to Chief Dep-
uty. His duties include oversight of
all Sheriff's Office operations as well
as direct oversight of legal, profes-
sional standards, fleet and facilities,
inventory, contracts, homeland se-
curity, and public information. Maj.-
Larry Donaldson, commands the


field services division. Maj. Mark
Schniepp commands the investiga-
tive services division. Director Mi-
chael Hull maintains control of infor-
mation technology and communica-
tion services. Director Leslie Frank
assumes control of administrative
services.
The Sheriff's Office is also read-
justing its 12-hour shifts to address
thie overtime schedule for road patrol
deputies. This will result in a minimal
reduction in patrol hours on the road
while more efficiently utilizing exist-
ing resources during peak call times.
Sheriff Ed Spooner says it's a neces-
sary move in this austere budget en-
vironment and will save the agency,
an estimated $500,000 a year.
In addition, Spooner is eliminat-
ing 30 vehicles from the Sheriff's Of-
fice fleet. A number of these are civil-
ian and volunteer vehicles. A small
vehicle pool has been established
from remaining vehicles to address
the travel needs of these personnel.
This move equates to an annual cost
savings of $180,000 in gasoline and
insurance alone.
Spooner plans further reductions
in other areas of the current fiscal
budget through expanded reorgani-
zation of current duties and stream-
lining of targeted expenses.


Sheriff's deputy in need



of kidney transplant


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Deputy Johnnie Briggs
knows how to deal with reckless drivers,
school zone speeders and traffic crashes.
Now Briggs faces a challenge his 20-year
law enforcement career couldn't prepare him
for. In early June, he began undergoing renal
dialysis on a grueling schedule of four hours
a day, three days a week, at a center in Fort
Walton Beach./
Briggs was diagnosed with polycystic kid-
ney disease in 1998. Currently, his two kidneys
combined operate at only 10 percent of normal
function. Still, determined to pull his typical 12-
hour shifts as a member of the traffic enforce-
ment unit at the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice, Briggs fights the constant fatigue.
"I have good days and bad days," said
Briggs. "But it does make you very, very
tired".
Briggs needs a kidney transplant to regain
a normal lifestyle. He's currently on the trans-
plant needs list at Tulane University Hospital
in New Orleans. There is typically a three to
seven year waiting period. In Florida alone,
the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services says more than 3,000 people are reg-
istered as in need of a kidney transplant.


Briggs was encouraged after recently
hearing about a happy ending for an Escam-
bia County deputy in a similar plight whose
wife donated a kidney. Briggs' girlfriend hoped
to do the same for him, but is unable. He's hop-
ing public awareness of his plight will spark a
potential donor's interest.'
Interested potential donors are asked to
contact Kim Thompson for further informa-
tion at kidneyforjohnnie@yahoo.com or phone
850-218-8818.


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Radio operators ham it up J1


Crestview News Bulletin
In one corner of the
North Okaloosa Amateur
Radio Club clubhouse,
Jon Baughman and Bob
Benson made contact with
other amateur operators
all over the Southeast.
In another corner,
Chayne Sparagowski pa-
tiently waited for more fa-
vorable conditions for pick-
ing up out-of-area signals
on his receiver.
In' between, Cal Zeth-
mayr and Andy Percival
were tallying the club's
score during the local
American Radio Relay
League Field Day event
last weekend at the NO-
ARC clubhouse behind the
Dorcas Fire Station.
This annual event is
the climax of the week-
long Amateur Radio Week
sponsored by the ARRL,
the national association for
Amateur Radio. Through-


out the country, ham radio
operators set up radio sta-
tions and made contact
with others as a display of
their emergency communi-
cations capabilities.
NOARC members once
"roughed it" during Field
Day weekend. Now they
conduct Field Day activi-
ties from the comfort of
their clubhouse without
need to worry about rain or
wildlife.
NOARC club members
took turns contacting other
ham radio operators start-
ing the afternoon of June
27 through the morning of
June 28. The club earned,
points based on the num-
ber of contacts it made and
other factors.
NOARC finished in the
top 10 in the nation in its divi-
sion in 2008. The club hopes
for another impressive fin-
ish. It expected to.make at
least 600 contacts during the
21-hour exercise.


WANT TO JOIN?

The North Okaloosa
Amateur Radio Club
meets at its clubhouse
behind the Dorcas
Fire Station on U.S.
Highway 90 east of
Crestview. The monthly
business meeting is
the second Tuesday of
the month at 7 p.m.
Tech Night is on the-
fourth Thursday-of
the month at 7 p.m.-
Meetings for beginners
are from 2-4 p.m. on
Sunday. Visit www.
w4aaz.org for. more
information. NOARC
has helped officials
from organizations
such as. Auburn Water
and Okaloosa Gas
and CERT volunteers
earn ham radio
'certification..


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. The Emerald Coast
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Presidential Club recently
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2008-09 president, and
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amateur radio operators during American Radio Relay League field Day
activities on June 27.


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in the area of protecting nature and the environment.
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mary responsibility is management of the red-cockaded
woodpecker, an endangered species. Under her care, the
population of such on the state forest has shown signifi-
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an endangered bird species in such a personal way on a
daily basis."
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of multiple manatees, removed exotic and invasive plant
species, and assists with bird counts. She served on the Ala-
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Local


Saturday, July 4, 2009


Board votes for school resource officers in all schools


District 4 Oka- cooperation with
loosa County School the Okaloosa Coun-
Districtboardmem- ty Sheriff's Office.
ber Cdthy Thigpen Though funding has
provided this report been cut in the Safe
from the board's School category,
June 22 meeting. the Board believed
The School it is imperative to
Board voted to con- CATHY THIGPEN have officers in all
tinue the School Resource 38 schools. .
Officers in every school for (Editor's Note: Crest-
the 2009-10 school year, in view High School elected


SCHOOL
BOARD

UPDATE

to pay for a second school
resource officer.)
Sodexo America LLC
will provide food services
to our district beginning


in August.
The School Board will
hold a public hearing re-
garding the adoption of a
new/revised School Board
policy relating to Electronic
Resource Acceptable Use
by employees in July. If you
would like to review the pro-
posal, please e-mail me at
caleejo@cox.net or call the
School Board secretary at


833-5895 for a copy.
We are grateful for the
federal stimulus money re-
ceived, which allowed many
of our teachers and support
personnel to be re-hired. But
let us not forget, this money
is only available for one more
year. We hope our economy
will rebound so that we will
not be facing the same di-
lemma we were in April.


Congratulations to the
students, parents, teachers,
staff and support personnel
for the outstanding perfor-
mance on FCAT. Once again,
Okaloosa County ranks No. 1
in the state because of you.
"School Board Update"
appears in the News Bul-
letin following meetings of
the Okaloosa County School
District board.


County emergency


coordinator recognized.


Officials warn against heat exhaustion


Know the warning signs,
how to relieve its effects

Special to the News Bulletin
Following National Weather Ser-
vice reports of recent heat index
values, Okaloosa County Health De-
partment officials urge residents to
know the warning signs of heat ex-
haustion.
Heat exhaustion is a milder form
of heat-related illness that can de-
velop after several days of exposure
to high temperatures and inadequate
or unbalanced replacement of fluids.
Those who are most vulnerable to
heat exhaustion are elderly people,
people with high blood pressure and
people working or exercising in a hot


environment.
Warning signs of heat exhaustion
vary but may include the following:
Heavy sweating
Paleness
Muscle cramps
Tiredness
Weakness
Dizziness
Headache
Nausea or vomiting
Fainting
Skin: may be cool and moist
Pulse rate: fast and weak
Breathing: fast and shallow
If heat exhaustion is untreated,
it may progress to heat stroke. Seek
medical attention immediately if any
of the following occurs:
Symptoms are severe..
The victim has heart problems

School HONORS


or high blood pressure.
Otherwise, help the victim to cool
off using the steps suggested below
and seek medical attention if symp-
toms worsen or last longer than one
hour.
If heat exhaustion is suspected,
these cooling measures may be ef-
fective:
Drink cool, nonalcoholic bever-
ages, as directed by your physician.
Rest in an air-conditioned envi-
ronment.
Take a cool shower, bath or
sponge bath.
Wear lightweight clothing.
Prevent sunburn by wearing a
sunscreen of at least SPF 30. Sun-
burn damages the skin's ability to
release heat and thereby cool off the
body.


Special to the News Bulletin
L-
The International As-
sociation of Emergency
Management (IAEM) se-
lected Ken Wolfe, among a
class of 51, for the highest
certification and profes-
sional achievement avail-
able, the Certification of
Emergency Management
(CEM). The CEM includes
the submission of a cre-
dentials package, written
essay and examination.
The examination re-
quires respondents to
submit a response to a
scenario they might ac-


tually face fulfilling their
emergency 'management
responsibilities: Wolfe was
Emergency Coordinator
for recent hurricanes Ivan
and Dennis, to name a few,
and has worked in Oka-
loosa County Emergency
Management since 2001.
"Ken is a valuable
member of the Emer-
gency Management team,
and this is a significant ac-
complishment," said Pub-
lic Safety Director Dino
Villani.
Only 1,358 out of the
4,500 members of IAEM
have achieved the CEM.


Boston University graduates
Crestview resident
Boston University awarded aca-
demic degrees to' 5,863 students in
May 2009.
Among the graduates was Mi-
chael S. Dalrymple of Crestview, who
received a Master's of Criminal Jus-
tice degree.

College updates Web
and e-mail address
Northwest Florida State Col-
lege has changed its web domain
and e-mail addresses to accom-
modate upgrades, to student e-mail


and campus communications. The
new address www.nwfsc.edu and is
effective immediately.
The former address, www.nwf
statecollege.edu, will continue to work
for one year. The domain change also.
affects all student, faculty and staff
e-mail addresses, which will now end
with @nwfsc.edu.
The change allows for up-
grades, including the ability to au-
tomatically assign student e-mail
addresses at admission rather than
requiring students' to activate their
e-mail address and planned future
implementation of other upgrades to
student communications.
The former www.owc.edu domain
name is no longer functional.


Welcome an
exchange student
If you've ever thought about wel-
coming an exchange student into
your home and family, now's the time
to learn more. AFS needs families in
our community to host high school
students for an academic year or six
months. Students arrive in August.
In addition to host families,
AFS needs people who are inter-
ested in becoming volunteer liai-
sons to work locally with families
and their hosted students. Anyone
interested in learning more about
hosting. or volunteering with AFS
should visit www.afsusa.org/host
family or call 800-876-2377.


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Northwest Florida
Mothers Against Drunk
Drivers has donated two
portable intoxilizers to the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office. The devices are
portable breath testers
designed to show blood al-
cohol levels in individuals
who've been drinking.
The portable testers
are to be used by deputies
to help ,to deter drunken
driving and can be taken
to events ranging from
Spring Break get-togeth-


ers to football games..
MADD volunteer Pete
Wolniewicz says the por-
table breathalyzers cost
about $400 each. The mon-
ey- for the equipment was
raised through fines paid
by drunken driving of-
fenders who are required
to attend a Victims Im-
pact Panel sponsored by
MADD.
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contact Pete Wolniewicz
at 862-3419 or Mary Grace
Evors at 864-5275.


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PUBLIC HEARING
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the Board of Adjustment
will conduct a public hearing July 16, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the
City of Crestview Council Chambers at 198 N. Wilson Street,
to consider the following:

A request for a special exception to allow
a poved church parking lot in a residential
area. The property is in, Section 08,
Township 3 North, Range 23 West, (08-3N-
23-1380-0003-0090), located at 755 Ninth
Avenue across from Woodlawn Drive.
Zoning of the property is Residential (R-1);
future land use category is Low Depsity
Residential (LDR). BOA Request 09-01.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the
public hearing and to provide written and/or verbal comments
on the matter under consideration. Written comments should
be addressed to the Board of Adjustment in care of the City
of Crestview, Administrative Services Department, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida 32536.
Any person requiring a special accommodation at this
hearing because of a disability or physical impairment should
contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk's office at the
above numbers.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Board of Adjustment with respect to any matter considered
at this meeting or public hearing, such person will need a
record of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding
is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.






Saturday, July 4, 2009


Military News


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Local son deployed in support of Maritime Security


Special to the News Bulletin

Navy Chief Petty Officer Joey
R. Short, son of Helen and Char-
lie Short of Crestview, along
with sailors and Marines from
the Bataan Amphibious Ready
Group (BATARG), Norfolk, Va.,
and 22nd Marine Expedition-
ary Unit (22nd MEU), Camp
Lejeune, N.C., recently deployed
as part of a regularly scheduled
deployment to support Mari-
time Security Operations, pro-
vide crisis response capability
and increase theater security


cooperation and forward Naval
presence in the Fifth and-Sixth
Fleet areas of operation.
Before deploying, the
BATARG and 22nd MEU suc-
cessfully completed Expedition-
ary Strike Group Integration, a
Composite Unit Training Exer-
cise and a Certification Exer-
cise.
The BATARG and 22nd MEU
provide the combatant com-
mander a versatile sea-based
force that can be tailored to a
variety of missions, including
quick reaction crisis response


options in maritime, littoral and
inland environments, in support
of the Navy's Maritime Strat-
egy.
The Navy, in coordination
with the Marine Corps, is re-
turning to the Amphibious
Ready Group (ARG) and Ma-
rine Expeditionary Unit deploy-
ment construct as the routine,
rotational amphibious force de-
ployment package. Returning to
this construct enables the Navy
tq more efficiently meet geo-
graphic combatant commander
requirements.


ARGs usually include an am-
phibious squadron (PHIBRON),
an amphibious assault ship
(LHA/D), amphibious transport
dock (LPD), dock landing ship
(LSD), embarked Naval sup-
port elements and an embarked
MEU.
The BATARG is comprised
of the multipurpose amphibi-
ous assault ship U.S.S. Bataan
(LHD 5), the amphibious trans-
port dock U.S.S. Ponce (LPD 15)
and the amphibious dock land-
ing ship U.S.S. Fort. McHenry
(LSD 42).


The 22nd MEU includes a
Ground Combat Element, Bat-'
talion Landing Team, 3rd Bat-
talion, 2nd Marine Regiment;
Aviation Combat Element, Ma-
rine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron
263 (reinforced); Logistics Com-
bat Element, Combat Logistics
Battalion 22; and its command
element.
Short is a 1975 graduate of
Niceville High School and joined
the Navy in November 1990.
For more information on
Bataan, please visitwww.bataan.
navy.mil.


Military HONORS


Ashley T. Briley
Air Force Airman Ash-
ley T. Briley graduated
from basic
military
training at
Lackland
Air Force
SBase, San
Antonio,
_- Texas.
ASHLEY T. Briley
BRILEY completed
an inten-
sive eight-week program
that included training in
military discipline and
studies, Air Force core
values, physical fitness
and basic warfare prin-
ciples and skills.
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four
credits toward an asso-
ciate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
She is the daughter
of Dorothy Campbell of
Crestview and a 2008
graduate of Crestview
High School.

Johnathon R. McBeth
Air Force Airman


Johnathon R. McBeth
graduated from basic mil-
itary training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Anto-
nio, Texas.
The airman completed
an intensive eight-week
program that included
training in military dis-
cipline and studies, Air
Force core values, physi-
cal fitness and basic war-
fare principles and skills.
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four
credits toward an asso-
ciate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of
Michael McBeth of Crest-
view.

Adam B. Clark
Navy Seaman Re-
cruit Adam B. Clark, son
of Christine E. 'Clark of
Baker, recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training
at Recruit Training Com-
mand, Great Lakes, Ill..
During the eight-week
program, Clark completed
a variety of training, which
included classroom study
and practical instruction


on naval customs, first
aid, firefighting, water
safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was
also placed on physical fit-
ness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is Battle Sta-
tions. This exercise gives
recruits the skills and
confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. Bat-
tle Stations is designed,to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
"dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical ap-
plication of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of honor, courage and
commitment. Its distinctly
Navy flavor was designed
to take into account what
it means to be a sailor.
Clark is a 2007 gradu-
ate of Whittier Vocational
Technical High School of
Haverhill, Mass.

Joshua M. Pierce
'Army Pvt. Joshua M.
Pierce has graduated
from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson, Co-
lumbia, S.C.


During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mis-
sion, history, tradition and
core values, and physi-
cal fitness, and received
instruction and _practice
in basic combat skills,
military weapons, chemi-
cal warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremo-
ny, marching, rifle marks-
manship, armed and
unarmed combat, map
reading, field tactics, mili-
tary courtesy, the military
justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches and field
training exercises.
He is the son of William
Pierce of Crestview, and a
2007 graduate of Navarre
High School.

Daniel J. Livingston
Army Pvt. Daniel J.
Livingston has graduated
from basic combat train-
in'g at Fort Jackson, Qo-
lumbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mis-
sion, history, tradition and
core values, and physi-
cal fitness, and received
instruction and practice


in basic combat
military weapons,
cal warfare and
training, drill and
ny, marching, rifle
manship, arme
unarmed comba
reading, field tacti
tary courtesy, the
justice system, ba
aid, foot marches,
training exercises
He is tlhe son o:
Livingston and br
Lakishia Livingst
of Laurel Hill.
The private is
graduate of Bak
School.

Cory L. Bro
Army Pvt. C
Brown has gr


t skills, from basic infantry train-
, chemi- ing at Fort Benning, Co-
bayonet lumbus, Ga.
ceremo- During the nine week
e marks- of training, the soldier
d and received training in drill
it, map and ceremonies; weap-
ics, mili- ons, map reading, tactics,
military military courtesy, military
isic first justice, physical fitness,
and field first aid, and Army histo-
ry, core values and tradi-
f Sandra tions. Additional training
other of included development of
on, both basic combat skills and
battlefield operations and
Sa 2008 tactics and experiencing
er High use of various weapons
and weapons defenses
S available to the infantry
crewman.
wn He is the son of
.ory L. Theresa Chapman of
graduated Crestview.


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NORTH OKALOOSA

FIRST TUESDAY LEC-
TURES: at the Crestview
library on Commerce Drive
are held at 10:30 a.m. Up-
coming .programs include
the following:
July 7, Life on the West
Florida Frontier with Dr.
Brian Rucker of Pensacola
Junior College.
Aug. 4, Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding and
Flying Paper Airplanes, with
Laurel Hill author and engi-
neer Ken Blackburn.
Exploring Folk Musical
Instruments with the Peli-
can Pickers.
For details visit www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.
htm (under "Programs &
Services"). Phone: 682-4432.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Services is hosting the fol-
lowing blood drives: Satur-
day, July 11 from 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Wal-Mart Super-
center in Crestview. Every
donor will receive a $10 gift
card.
JOBS FAIR: The City of
Crestviewwill host the North
Okaloosa Career & Job Fair
July 15 at the Crestview
Community Center, 1446
Commerce Drive in Crest-
view. This event will start at
10 a.m. and run until 2 p.m.
Approximately 50 employ-
ers will be present repre-
senting defense contractors,
aviation, manufacturing, law


enforcement, medical and
many other career fields.
This job fair is completely
free to employers and the
public. Seminars will be of-
fered on civil service appli-
cation, job search, resume
writing, interviewing tech-
niques, and other topics.
Employers will have ac-
cess to highly motivated
military and civilian appli-
cants from the local area.
This is an opportunity for
companies to recruit some
of the most highly qualified,
degree, and technically
skilled, professional person-
nel in the Southeast.
Employers may register
by calling 850-729-5227 or
850-833-7587, ext. 211 or ext.
229, or e-mailing ltipton@
jobsplus02.com or jmcdaniel
@jobsplus02.com.
This event is sponsored
by the city of Crestview in
partnership with Northwest
Florida State College, Job-
sPlus/Workforce Develop-
ment Board of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties and the
Crestview Chamber of Com-
merce.
CHEERLEADER
FUNDRAISER:t The Da-
vidson Middle School Cheer-
leaders will be holding a
multifamily yard sale on
Saturday, July 18 at Premier
Community Bank (next to
Wings of Fire off of the U.S.
Highways 85 and 90 inter-
section).
Hours will be 7 a.m. until
approximately noon. There
is no rain day scheduled.
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HOSPICE IN-SERVICES:
Emerald Coast Hospice
announces the following in-
services:
"Hospice 101" in-service
will be presented by Susie
Chestnut at 10 a.m. July 15
at Bridgeway Senior Ser-
vices, 5240 Greenleaf Pl. in
Crestview. Topics include
Hospice philosophy, 6ligibil-
ity, services, funding, plus
other pertinent information
about Emerald. Coast Hos-
pice. Nurses will receive 1.2
contact hours. All others will
receive 1.0 contact hours.
The in-service is free an
open to the public.
"Top Ten Ways to Con-
nect with People" in-service
will be presented by Susie
Chestnut at 8:30 a.m. July
24 at the Large Conference
Room in the Walton County
Health Department. Learn
10 effective ways of connect-
ing with those you encounter
in the workplace and in the
daily routine of life. These
tips will help you as you work
with patients, 'patients fami-
lies, co-workers and others.
Nurses will receive 1.2 con-
tact hours. All others will re-
ceive 1.0 contact hours. The
in-service is free an open to
the public.
"Wound Prevention and
Management" in-service
will be presented July 31
at 2:30 p.m. at Shoal Creek
Rehabilitation and Nursing
Home' in Crestview by Reg-
istered Nurse Donna Curry.
"True Teamwork" in-ser-
vice will be presented by Su-
sie Chestnut at 8:30 a.m. July


31 at the Large Conference
Room in the Walton County
Health Department. In most
professional environments
the utilization of teams is es-
sential, specifically in health
care. Learn the most com-
mon types of teams in the
health care setting, tried and
true principles of teamwork,
and methods to help build an
atmosphere of teamwork in
your workplace. Nurses will
receive 1.2 contact hours. All
others will receive 1.0 con-
tact hours. The in-service is
free an open to the public.
"Fall Prevention in the
Nursing Home" in-service
will be presented by Regis-
tered Nurse Donna Curry at
Silvercrest Manor in Crest-
view on Aug. 18 at 7:15 a.m.
in the conference room, and
at 2 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. in the
dining room.,
"Compassion Fatigue" in-
service will be presented by
Susie Chestnut at 8:30 a.m.
Aug. 21 at the Large Con-
ference Room in the Walton
County Health Department.
For those in health care the
new word for "Burn Out" is
compassion fatigue. Learn
exactly what compassion
fatigue is,, ho it affects and
how to deal with it. This. in-
service reiterates the fact
that one must take care of-
self to properly care for oth-
ers. Those that continually,
feel as they are running on
empty will benefit from this
in-service. Nurses will re-
ceive 1.2 contact hours. All
others will receive 1.0 con-
tact hours. The in-service is


free an open to the public.
For details on any of
these events, contact Susie
Chestnut at 689-0300.
MARKETING WOR-
SHOP: Ideaworks, a full-
service marketing agency
based in Pensacola, will
hold DIY Marketing a-
hands-on. workshop focused
on do-it-yourself marketing
strategies on July 23 from
1-4 p:m. at the Senior Circle
classroom in the North Oka-
loosa Medical Center locat-
ed on 127 Redstone Ave.,
Suite A in Crestview.
During the workshop,
Ideaworks founder and
President Caron Sjoberg
will teach low- and no-cost
do-it-yourself marketing
strategies to increase busi-
ness in a slow economy. The
workshops are limited to
25 attendees to ensure that
each participant receives a
hands-on experience with
takeaway information and
ideas specific to their indi-
vidual business.
According to Sj6berg the
workshops will benefit most
every industry from corpo-
rations, non-profits, educa-
tion, government, hospital-
ity, ieal estate and health
care, among others.
DIY Marketing cost is
$179, including take-away
workbook and toolkit. Those
interested are encouraged
to register early to reserve
'their space. To register, visit
9ww.ideaworksusa.comldiy
or call 850-434-9095.
CRESTVIEW SPORTS:
Crestview Parks and Rec-


reaction is accepting sign-
ups for football, soccer and
cheerleading.
Children who reach these
age limits before Sept. 1 are
welcome to sign up: ages 4-
14 for soccer 6-11 for football,
and 4-12 for cheerleading.
Registration is $60 for
city residents and $65 for
those outside the city lim-
its. Please call 682-4715
for further details and in-
formation on cheerleader
registration. Parks and Rec
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday. The
Web site is at www.cityof
crestvieworg.
HOBO RECREATION
CAMP: The Laurel Hill Hobo
Recreation Camp offers a
safe learning and physical
activity environment for kids
from kindergarten through
eighth grade. Campers will
play sports including basket-
ball, volleyball and bowling.
Hobo Recreation Camp
will be conducted at Laurel
Hill School from 7:30 a.m. un-
til 4 p.m. daily, with extended
care available from 6:30-7:30
a.m, and 4-5 p.m. for an extra
fee.
Session 2 runs July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is $10;
weekly rates are $50 per
child. Discounts' are offered
for two or more children
from the same household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,
951-3693, varnumam@mail.
okaloosa.kl2.us; or Karen
Rogers-Wooten, 305-2866, or
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Photos and story by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Baseball! Fishing! Golf! Oh my!
Area youngsters enjoyed a variety of


activities during their summer vacations, able at Foxwood Country Club. ,
Twin Hills Park offered soccer, fishing, Local school teams, like the Crestview
tennis and more. baseball program, also offered camps.
Golf, swimming and tennis were avail- Area organizations already are taking


registrations for fall sports programs.
More photos from various local sports
camps are at www.crestviewbulletin.com.
Click on the "Photos Galleries" tab.


GOOD CATCH: Torri Robinson pulls in a pop-up at the
CHS baseball camp in early June.


YUCKY WORMS: Cailey Ness works at getting a worm
on her hook during the fishing camp at Twin Hills
Park last month.


BIG FOREHAND: Thomas stands ready to swing his
racket during tennis camp last month at Twin Hills
Park.









SERVE IT UP: Alyssa Cote' practices her serve during
tennis camp last month' at Twin Hills Park.


SCOOP IT UP: Sawyer Young has his glove set, for
a ground ball during the Crestview High School
baseball camp in early June.


EYE ON THE BALL Seven-year-old Brooklyn Wilde enjoyed
a morning of golf camp at Foxwood Country Club.


GOOD FORM: Kylie Taylor concentrates on hitting the
ball during tennis camp last month'at Twin Hills Park.


INDOOR PRACTICE: Catherine Parker listens to
instructions during tennis camp at Twint Hills Park.

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West BayCreek, West Bay
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07/02-Th 07:17A 1.8H 06:07P -0.2L
07/03-F 08:01A 1.9H 07:01P -0.3L
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07/05Su 09:41A 1.9H 08:40P -0.3L
0710-M '10:26A 1.9H 09:16P -0.3L
07107-T 11:03A 1.9H 09:43P -0.3L
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07/00-Th 12:02P 1.8H 10:10P -0.1L
07/10-F 12:27P 1.6H 10:12P O.OL
07/11-S 12:51P 1.4H 10.05P 0.2L
07/12-Su 01:13P 1.1H 09:43P' 0.5L
07/13-M 06:26A 1.0H 08:46P 0.6L
07/14-T 05:33A 1.11 02:53P 0.5L
07/15-W 05:29A 1.4H 03:26P 0.2L
07/16-Th 05:54A 1.6H 04:24P O.OL
07/17-F 06:40A 1.8H 05:29P -0,2L
07/18-S 07:38A 2.0H 06:35P -0,5L
07/19-Su 08:41A 2.3H 07:36P .0.7L
07/20-M 09:42A 2.4H 08:30P -0.7L
07/21-T 10:39A 2.41 09:16P -0.7L
07/22-W 11:33A 2.3H 09:53P -0,51L
07/23-Th 012:25P 2.0H 10:18P -0.1L
07/24-F 01:19P 1,7H 10:21P 0.2L
07/25-S 02:21P 1.2H 09:41P',0.6L
07/2M-Su 04:40A 0.9H 10:12A 0.7L
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07/27-M 04:06A 1.2H 01:13P 0.5L,
07/28-T 04:20A 1.5H 02:48P 0.2L
07/29-W 04:56A 1.7H 03:59P 0.OL
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Fishing Bend, Santa Rosa Sound
07/01-W .0732A 1.7H 106:55P -0.1L
07/02-Th 08:08A '18H 07:45P -0,2L
07/03-F 08:52A 1.9H 08:39P -0.3L
07/04-S 09:42A 1.9H 09:31P -0.3L
07/05-Su 10:32A 1.9H 10:18P -0.3L
07/06-M 11;17A 1.9H11 10:54P -0.3L
07/07-T 11:54A 1.9H 11:21P -0.3L
07/08-W 12:26P 1,9H 11:38P -0.3L
07/09-Th 12:53P 1.8H '11:48P -0,11.
07/10-F 01:18P 1.5H 11:50P O.OL
07/11-S 01:42P 1.3H 11':43P 0.2L
07/12-Su 02:04P 1.1H 11:21P' 0.4L
07/13-M 07:17A 1.0H 10:24P'' 0.6L
07/14-T 06:24A 1.1H 04:31P 0.4L
07/15-W '06:20A 1.3H 05:04P. 0.2L
07/16-Th, 06:45A 1.5H 06:02P 0.OL
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07/21-T 11:30A 2.3H 10:54P -0.7L
07/22-W 12:24P 2.2H 11:31P -0,4L
07/23-Thi 01:16P 2.0H 11:56P -0.11
07/24-F 02:10P 1.7H 11:59P 0.21L
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07/28-T 05:11A 1.4H 04:26P 0.2L
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Port St. Joe, etc. (continued)
07/02-Th 06:21A 1.8H 05:09P
07/03-F 07:05A 1.9H 06:03P
07/04-S 07:55A 1.9H 06:55P
07/05-Su 08:45A 1.9H 07:42P
07/06-M 09:30A 1.0H 08:18P
07/07-T 10:07A 1.9H 08:45P
07/08-W 10:39A 1.9H 09:02P
07/09-Th 11:06A 1.8H 09:12P
07/10-F 11:31A 1.6H 09:14P
07/11-S 11:55A 1.3H 09:07P
07/12-Su 12:17P 1.1H 08:45P
07/13-M 05:30A 1.0H 07:48P
07/14-T 04:37A 1.1H 01:55P
07/15-W 04:33A 1.3H 02:28P
07/16-Tlh 04:58A 1.6H 03:26P
07/17-F 05:44A 1.8H 04:31P
07/18-S 06:42A 2.0H 05:37P
07/19-Su 07:45A 2.2H 06:38P
07/20-M 08:46A 2.3H 07:32P
07/21-T 09:43A 2.3H 08:18P
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07/24-F 12:23P 1.7H 09:23P
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07/27-M '03:10A 1.2H 12:15P
07/28-T 03:24A 1.4H 01:50P
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'07/30-Th 04:50A 1,8H 04:07P
07/31-F 05:50A 1.9H 05:09P


Choctawbay East Pass (Destin)
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07/03-F 07:38A 0.8H 07:14P -0.1L
07/04-S 08:28A 0.8H 08:06P -0.1L
07/05-Su 09:18A 0.8H 08:53P -0.1L
07/06-M 10:03A 0.8H 00:29P -0.1L
07/07-Tu 10:40A 0.8H 09:56P -0.1L "
07/08-W 11f:12A 0.8H 10:13P -0.1L
07/09-Th 11:39A 0.8H 10:23P -O.OL
07/10-F 12:04P 0.7H 10:25P O.OL
07/11-S 12:28P, 0.6H 10:18P 0.1L
07/12-Su 12:50P' 0.5H 09:56P 0.1L
07/13-M 06:03A 0.4H 08:59P 0.2L
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07/15-W 05:06A 0.6H 03:39P 0.1L
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07/21-Tu 10:16A 1.0H 09:29P' -0.2L
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07/23-Th 12:02P 0.9H 10:31P -0.0l
07/24-F 12:56P 0.7H. 10:34P 0.1L
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07/31-F 06:23A 0,8H 06:20P -O.OL


Pensacola Bay, Entrance
Port Saint Joe, St. Joseph Bay 07/01-W 05:28A 1.2H 05:30P -0.1L
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Pensacola Bay, Entrance (continued)
07/03-F 06:48A 1.4H 07:14P -0.2L
07/04-S 07:38A 1.4H 08:0P -0.2L
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07/23-Th 11:12A 1.4H 10:31P -0.1L
07/24-F 12:06P 1.2H 10:34P 0.2L
07/25-S '01:08P 0.9H 09:54P 0.4L1
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07/27-M 02:53A 0.9H 01:26P 0.3L
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Harris, The Narrows
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07/03-F 09:48A 1.9H
07/04-S 10:38A 1.9H
07/05Su 11:28A 1.9H
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07/14-T 12:24A 0.6L
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07/16-Th 07:41A 1.5H
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Outdoor Briefs,


'Shoreline anglers
need to buy license'
by Aug. 1

Florida's resident salt-
water anglers who fish'
from shore or a structure
affixed to shore will need
to buy a S7.50 (plus ad-,
ministrative and handling
fees) shoreline fishing
license by Aug. 1, unless


they have a regular resi-
dent saltwater fishing li-
cense.
The new license ap-
plies only to, Florida resi-
dent, saltwater' anglers
who fish from shore: Resi-
dent anglers may prefer
to purchase the 'regular
recreational saltwater li-
cense that covers them,-
no matter where they fish
for saltwater species in


Florida.
Florida has always
required nonresidents,
to have a license- when
fishing from shore, and
they will still need to pur-
chase a regular nonresi-
dent saltwater fishing li-
cense.
The new shoreline
saltwater fishing license
for residents goes on sale'
July 15.


39th Annual Pensacola
International Billfish
Tournament
July 1-5, Palafox Pier in
Downtown Pensacola, 850-
453-4638
Part of the World Bill-
fish Series, this Fourth of
July weekend tournament
offers $575,000 in cash
and prizes. Competition is
for first, second and third
places for Blue Marlin,
Tuna, Wahoo and Dolphin,
as well as Broad bill Sword-
fish and Top Catch and Re-
lease Anger and Boat.

26th Annual Bay
Point Invitational
Billfish Tournament
July 15-19, Bay Point
Marina, Panama City
Beach, 850-233-1633
Recognized as one of
the most prestigious bill
fish tournaments .along
the billfish circuit the Bay
Point Invitational made
history last year by going
full release for all billfish
- a significant change
that was embraced by par-
ticipants and spectators
alike. Spectators can catch
the Friday and Saturday
night weigh-ins.

Plant Crist Fishing for0
Families Rodeo
Aug. 1, Grand Lagoon
Yacht Club, Pensacola,
850-429-2282 /
Pensacola, FL
(6/30/09) c
Get ready-to cast your


fishing line to support Gulf
Coast families in need!
The Plant Crist Trans-
formers Annual Fishing
Rodeo, benefiting Ronald
McDonald House Chari-
ties of Northwest Florida,
will be held on Aug. 1 at
the Grand Lagoon Yacht
Club. Registration is $100
per boat (2 anglers) and
each additional angler is
$30. Junior anglers under
12 fish for free! Entry fees
register participants for
the Captain/Angler's din-
ner on July 31 at 7 p.m. at
the Grand Lagoon Yacht
Club and a day of fishing
fun on Aug. 1. The event
will also include cash and
prizes for lucky winners.
Registration forms
and sponsorship pack-.
ets are available now at
http://www.rmhpensaco-
la.org/fishingforfamilies.
html. Late registration
will close at the Cap-
tain/Angler's meeting at
6:30 p.m. -on July 31 at
the Grand Lagoon Yacht
Club. Deadline for spon-
sorship* of this event is
July 24.

Grand Lagoon
National Saltwater
Tournament
.August 12-16, Panama-
City, 850-522-0955
The unique format of
this eight-tournaments-
in-one event will appeal
to virtually every kind
of saltwater fishing en-
thusiast. Anglers in, six
divisions that include:
a Big Game, division,,


Blackwater fishery spawned



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Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
The staff at the Black-
water Fisheries Research
and Development Center
has been busy this spring,
producing more than 4
million fish for Florida,
waters.
Dave Yeager, ofie of
the senior fisheries biolo-
gists at the Florida Fish.
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC)
facility near Holt, said the
fish include striped bass,
white bass, hybrid striped
bass and largemouth
bass. The fingerlings were
either stocked. in Pan-
handle waters or taken to
the Florida Bass Con-
servation Center in Web-
ster or the Welaka Na-


tional Fish Hatchery in
Palatka.
"In the past when we
produced hybrid striped
bass,. we collected wild
white bass and stripers
from our rivers or lakes,
but this past year we held
both species in tanks at
our facility," Yeager said.
"Maintaining the fish on
site saved us significant
time and effort."
He said the high-tech
method .of producing
stripers in the past in-
volved injecting female
fish with human chorionic
gonadotropin .(HCG) hor-
mone to stimulate egg de-
velopment and spawning.
When striped eggs are
very early in the develop-
mental stage, Yeager said,
HCG doesn't work well.


In its place, he said,
Blackwater staff devel-
oped a new hormone
technique. Using the
new technique this
spring, they produced
more than 1 million strip-
erfry.
In an effort to mea-
sure stocking success,
Yeager said, striped
bass and white bass
fingerlings stocked in
the Ochlockonee River
and lakes Talquin and
Semipole were, marked
with a dye that produces
a yellow mark in the
bones of fish. By mark-
ing the stocked finger-
lings, biologists should be
.able to determine to
what* extent hatchery-
produced fish contrib-
ute to the population,
versus natural reproduc-
tion.
Although the empha-
sis was mostly on species
other than largemouth
bass, Yeager said the
hatchery produced and
stocked 35,000 fingerling
largemouth bass in Lake
Talquin. All of the bass are
tagged with small, metal
micro-tags. He said the
micro-tags will be useful
in the future for looking at
survival rates.


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proceeds from the event
will benefit the Coast
Conservation Association
(CCA).
Shotgun start to the
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half marathon and 8:30am
for the 5k. All runners of
the half marathon and 5k
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Legal # 100667
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED .
ANNOUNCEMENTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD
1100- Legal Advertising 000104 C
1110- Classified Notices
1120- Public Notices/ Notice is hereby given
Announcements that Verona V, LLC, as
1125 Carpools & holder of the following
Rdes1130 haro certificate, has filed
1140 Happy Ads said certificate for a Tax
1150- Personals Deed to be issued
1160 Lost J thereon. The certificate
1170 Found number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
S. 110 scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Legal # 100666 Certificate # 2191 of
2007 Assessed to:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- BLACKS HEAR,
TION FOR TAX DEED. TAWANNA & RONNIE,
SR
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Description: WINGARD
000107 C ADD LOT 10 BLK 1
723/535
Notice is hereby given Parcel ID#:
that Verona V, LLC, as 16-3N-23-2690-0001-
holder of the following 0100 Opening Bid:
certificate, has filed $1,705.65
said certificate for a Tax All of said property be-
Deed to be issued ing in the County of
thereon. The certificate Okaloosa, State of Flor-
number and year of is- ida.
suance, the name in
which the property is Unless the certificate is
assessed and the de- redeemed according to
scription of the prop- law, the property de-
erty is as follows: scribed in the certifi-
Certificate # 2631 of cate will be sold to the
2007, Assessed to: highest bidder in the
BRENDA M WILL BCC Board Meeting
Description: IRON Room at the Okaloosa
GATE S/D PH I LOT 3 County Courthouse;
BLK E Crestview, Florida at
Parcel ID#: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
21-3N-23-1100-000E- July.22, 2009.
0030 Opening Bid:
$80,465.87 Dated this 4th *day of
All of said property be- June, 2009.
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
DON W. HOWARD
Unless,the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR-
redeemed according to CUlT COURTS
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the By: Lisa L. Gula,
highest bidder in the Deputy Clerk
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa 06/13/09
County Courthouse, 06/20/09
Crestview, Florida at 06/27/09
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,. 07/04/09
July 22, 2009.
Dated this 4th day of Legal # 100668
June,2009.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS

By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
06/13/09
06/20/09
06/27/09
07/04/09

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Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000111 C
Notice is hereby given
that Verona V, LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate. for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon., The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1551 of
2007 Assessed to:
RODERICK J & JENNI-
FER BOUCHARD


.es-cr.p.orn COM SW
COR 'E1915 FT TO,
POB E175 FT N275 FT
W175 FT S275 TO POB
Parcel ID#:
10-2N-24-0000-0002-
0920 Opening Bid:
$1,069.99
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in. the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
July 22; 2009.
Dated this 4th day of
June, 2009.


DON W. HOWARD.
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS

By:Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
06/13/09
06/20/09
06/27/09
07/04/09


Legal # 100669
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000109 S
Notice is hereby given
that Verona V, LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3301 of
2007 Assessed to:
CYNTHIA DAVIS
Description: EAST
WRIGHT S/D LOTS 1 &
2 BLK B LESS W107 FT
Parcel ID#:
35-1 S-24-0720-000B-
001A Opening Bid:
$22,261.43 .
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
July 22, 2009.


Daled this -ir.
June, 2009.


DON W. HOWAR
CLERK OF TH
CUIT COURTS

By: Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
06/13/09
06/20/09
06/27/09
07/04/09


Legal # 100670
NOTICE OF AP
TION FOR TAX
TDA Case #: 2
000108 S
Notice is hereb
that Verona V, I
holder of the fi
certificate, has
said certificate fo
Deed to be
thereon. The ce
number and yea
suance, the n.
which the prop
assessed and
scription of thi
erty is as follows
Certificate #
2007 Assessed
THURSTON L HI
Description: RO
T/H UNIT 7.
Parcel
03-2S-24-5009-0I
0070 Openin
$1,438.89
All of said prop
ing in the Co
Okaloosa, State
ida.
Unless the certi
redeemed accord
law, the prope
scribed in the
cate will be sold
highest hidder


. 1.103.. .I
day oi cen.iia,;p. r.a filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon.. The certificate
number and year of is-
D suance, the name in
E CIR- which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2301 of
2007 Assessed to:
SANDRA JOHNSON .
Description: CREST-
VIEW LOTS 20 & 21
BLK 89
Parcel ID#:
17-3N-23-2490-0089-
0200 Opening Bid:
$1,385.61
All of said 'property be-
ing in the County of
PLICA- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
DEED ida.
009 TD Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property 'de-
y given scribed in the certifi-
LLC, .as cate will be sold to the
allowing highest bidder in the
s filed BCC Board Meeting
or a Tax Room at the Okaloosa
issued County Courthouse,
certificate Crestview,, Florida at
ar of is- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
ame in July 22, 2009.
perty is
the de- Dated this 4th day of
e prop- June,2009:
903 of
d to:
URT DON W. HOWARD
)BSTON CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
ID#:
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Deputy Clerk
erty be-
unty of 06/13/09
of Flor- 06/20/09
06/27/09
07/04/09
ficate is
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certifi- Legal # 100672
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Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
July 22, 2009.
Dated this 4th day of
June, 2009.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS

By:Lisa L Guiat
Deputy Clerk
06/13/09
06/20/09
06/27/09
07/04/09.


Legal # 100673
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000102 S.
Notice is hereby given
that Verona V, LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, .the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1783 of
2007 Assessed to:
PATRICIA A MOSLEY
Description: OCEAN
.CITY LOT 107 & E1/2
VACATED ALLEY
A.ITHEREOF ORD#


BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA- 100.259
Room at the Okaloosa TIONFOR TAX DEED Parcel
County Courthouse, 13-2S-24-1910-01
Crestview, Florida at .TDA Case #: 2009 TD 0000 Op'enin
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 000110 C $1,648.90
July 22, 2009. All of said props
Notice is hereby given ing in the COL
Dated this 4th day of that Verona V, LLC, as Okaloosa, State
June, 2009. holder of the following ida.
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a .Tax Unless the certifi
DON W. HOWARD Deed to bq issued redeemed accord
CLERK OF THE CIR- thereon. The certificate w, he prophl
CUIT COURTS number and year of is- scribed in the
suance, the name in cate will be.sold
which the property is highest bidder
By: Lisa L. Guia, assessed and the de- sCC Board '
Deputy Clerk scription of the prop- Room at the 01
erty is as follows: County Court
06/13/09 Certificate # 1374 of. Crestview, Flori
06/20/09 2007 Assessed to: 10:00 a.m. on Ti
06/27/09 JWM OF BAKER INC July 2,2009.
07/04/09 Description: COM SE
COR OF N1/2 OF SEC Dated this 4th
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W3400 FT TO POBJune, 2009.
Legal# 100671 W100 FT N353 FT
E100 FT S353 FT TO
NOTICE OF APPLICA- POB DON W. HOWAR
TION FOR TAX DEED Parcel ID#: DON CLERK HOWAR
08-3N-24-0000-0002- CLERK COURTS
TDA Case #: 2009 TD 035A Opening Bid: CUlT COURTS
000105 C $1,631.09
..Notice is hereby given All of said property be- By- Lisa L Guia
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that Verona V, LLC, as Okaloosa, State of Flor- Deputy
holder of the following ida.


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Legal.# 100674
NOTICE OF APPLI
TION FOR TAX DE
TDA Case #: 2009
000103 S
Notice is hereby g
that Verona V, LLC
holder of the follow'
certificate, has
said certificate for a
Deed to be iss
thereon. The certify
number and year c
suance, the nami
which the property
assessed and the
scription of the p
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1987
2007 Assessed
LINDA M NORRIS
Description: MONT
MANOR REPLAT
19
Parcel
15-2S-24-4890-0000
01900 Opening
$1,513.21
All of said property
ing in the Count
Okaloosa, State of
ida.
Unless the certifica
redeemed according
law, the property
scribed in the cc
cate will be sold tc
highest bidder in
BCC Board Mee
Room at the Okal
County Courthoc
Crestview, Florida
10:00 a.m. on Tue.
July 22, 2009.
Dated this 4th .da
June, 2009.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE
CUlT COURTS


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Notice is hereby given
that Verona V, LLC, as
y of holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
CIR- number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3160 of
2007 Assessed to:


MICHAEL & REBECCA GRANTEES, OT
SPERA OTHER CLAIMANTS
Description: COM NE
COR S950 FT W264 FT LAST KNOWN AD-
TO POB W132 FT S302 DRESS: UNKNOWN
FT E132 FT N302 FT
TO POB CURRENT ADDRESS:
Parcel ID#: UNKNOWN
32-4N-22-0000-0006-
003N Opening Bid: YOU ARE NOTIFIED
$2,618.10 that an action to fore-
All of said property be- close a mortgage on
ing in the County of the following property
Okaloosa, State of Flor- in OKALOOSA County,
ida. Florida:
Unless the certificate is LOT 19, BLOCK 6,
redeemed according to 4TH ADDITION TO EL-
law, the property de- LIOTTS POINT, AC-
scribed in the certifi- CORDING TO THE
cate will be sold to the PLAT THEREOF AS
highest bidder in the RECORDED IN PLAT
BCC Board Meeting BOOK 1, PAGE(S)
Room at the Okaloosa 98-D, OF THE PUBLIC
County Courthouse, RECORDS OF
Crestview, Florida at OKALOQSA COUNTY,
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, FLORIDA
July 22, 2009.
has been filed against
Dated this 4th day of you and you are re-
June, 2009. quire to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if
any, on or before July
31, 2009 on Florida De-
DON W. HOWARD fault Law Group RL.,
CLERK OF THE CIR- Plaintiff's attorney,
CUIT COURTS whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa Flor,
By:Lisa L. Guia, ida 33634, and file the
Deputy Clerk original .with this Court
wither before service
06/13/09 .on Plaintiff's attorney or
06/20/09 immediately; thereafter;
06/27/09 otherwise a default will
07/04/09 .be entered agaisnt you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
Legal # 100678 tuition.
IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand and
INCOURT OF THE the seal of this Court
FIRST JOFTHECR- onthis 17 day of June,
CUlT IN AND FOR 2
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Don W. Howard
FLORIDA CIVIL AC- Clerk of the Court
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DIVISION: As Deputy Cler
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Saturday, July 4, 2009


wilh dis abhifes neea-
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.
06/27/09
07/04/09


RepresE-niar.i.
Connie Roper, Esquire
R 0. Box 249
Crestview
Telephone(850)
683-3940
Florida Bar No:
0811971
Personal Representa-
tive
Carol Hall
390 Bear Branch Road
Crestview, Florida
32539


has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Mark J.. Home, the
Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 720
Blackstone Building,
Jacksonville, Florida,
32202, on or before Au-
gust 6, 2009 of the No-
tice of Action, and file
the orinin l lwlith the


All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims
against the estate of
the decedent must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MIANDS NOT SO FILED


Clerk of this Court ei- WILL BE FOREVER
Legal # 100700 06/27/09 their before service on BARRED.
07/04/09 the Plaintiff's attorney
IN THE CIRCUIT or immediately thereaf- The date of the first
COURT IN AND FOR ter; otherwise a default publication of, this No-
OKALOOSA COUNTY will be entered against tice is July 4, 2009.
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Legal # 100702 you for the relief de-
CUIT OF FLORIDA manded in the Corn- Attorney for Ancillary
CASE NO: 09-CP-573 IN THE CIRCUIT plaint or petition. Personal Representa-
COURT IN THE FIRST tive:
IN RE: ESTATE OF: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DATED on June 22, GARY B. LEUCHTMAN
OSCAR RfAY HALL, AND FOR OKALOOSA 2009. Florida Bar No. 342262
Deceased. COUNTY, FLORIDA Beggs & Lane
CASE NO.: DON W. HOWARD Post Office Box 12950
NOTICE TO CREDI- 08-CA-4776 DIVISION CLERK OF THE Pensacola, Florida
TORS COURT 32591-2950
COMPASS BANK, BY: Aunita Cantrall 850-432-2451
The administration of Plaintiff, AS DEPUTY CLERK
the estate of OSCAR Ancillary Personal
RAY HALL, deceased, vs. 06/27/09 Representative:
whose date of death 07/04/09. SHARON K. SCHWEIN-
was December 18, TERRANCE ROLAND HART
2008, File Number REEVES; ALTHEA 805 Bircham Court
09-CP-573 is pending ELAINE, REEVES; and Nashville, Tennessee
in the Circuit Court for SUMMER PLACE CON- Legal # 100703 37221
Okaloosa County, Flor- DOMINIUM OWNERS
ida, Probate Division, ASSOCIATION, INC., IN THE CIRCUIT 07/04/09
the address of which is Defendants. COURT FOR 07/11/09
Okaloosa County Clerk OKALOOSA COUNTY,
of Circuit Court, 101 NOTICE OF ACTION FLORIDA PROBATE
Highway 90, Crestview, DIVISION CASE NUM-
Florida 32536. The TO; TERRANCE RO- BER 09-CP-716 DIVI-
names, and addresses LAND REEVES SION: PROBATE Legal.# 100704,
of the personal repre- 1111 Santa Rosa Blvd.,
sentative and the per- #109 IN RE: ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT
sonal representative's Ft. Walton Beach, FI CHARLES ANDERSON COURT OF THE
attorney are set forth 32548 KELLEY FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
below. Last Known Address Deceased CUIT
CURRENT ADDRESS IN AND FOR
All creditors of the de- UNKNOWN NOTICE TO CREDI- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
cedent and other per- TORS FLORIDA
sons having claims or ALTHEA ELAINE CIVIL ACTION
demands against REEVES TOO ALL PERSONS
decedent's estate on 424 E. Ave, HAVING CLAIMS OR WELLS FARGO BANK,
whom a copy of this Coronado, CA 92118 < DEMANDS AGAINST NA,
notice is required to be Last Known Address THE ABOVE ESTATE: Plaintiff,
served must file their CURRENT ADDRESS CASE NO.:
claims with this Court UNKNOWN The ancillary adminis- 46-2009-CA-001442
WITHIN THE LATER traction of the estate of vs
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER YOU ARE NOTIFIED Charles Anderson DIVISION:
THE TIME OF THE that an action to fore- Kelley, deceased, Case
FIRST PUBLICATION close a mortgage on number 09-CP-716, is JASON DENNIS
OF THIS NOTICE OR the following property pending in the Circuit KYPROS ,eteal,
30 DAYS AFTER THE in Okalqosa County, Court Okaloosa Defendant(s).
DATE OF SERVICE OF Florida: County Florida, Pro-
A COPY OF THIS NO-' I bate Division, the ad-
TICE ON THEM.. UNIT 109, SUMMER dress of which is 101 NOTICE OF ACTION
.PLACE 'CONDOMIN- East James Lee Boule-
All other creditors of IUM, A CONDOMIN- vard, Crestview, Florida TO:
the decedent and other IUM, ACCORDING TO 32536. The names and JASON' DENNIS
persons having claims THE DECLARATION addresses of the an'pil- KYPROS
or demands against OF CONDOMINIUM lary personal repre- LAST KNOWN AD-
decedent's estate must THEREOF, AS RE- sentative and personal 'DRESS: 4 6
file their claims with this CORDED IN OFFICIAL representative's attor- GILMORE AVENUE
Court WITHIN 3 RECORDS BOOK ney are set forth below. SANTA RITA, GU
MONTHS AFTER THE 2476, AT, PAGES 969151157
DATE OF THE FIRST 2619, AND AS RE- ALL INTERESTED PER-
PUBLICATION OF CORDED IN CONDO- SONS ARE NOTIFIED CURRENT ADDRESS:
THIS NOTICE. MINIUM BOOK 10, THAT: UNKNOWN
PAGES 40-42, ALL OF
ALL CLAIMS NOT THE PUBLIC REC- All creditors of the de- ANY AND ALL UN-
FILED WITHIN' THE ORDS, OF OKALOOSA cedent and other per- KNOWN PARTIES
TIME PERIODS SET COUNTY, FLORIDA, sons having claims or CLAIMING B,
FORTH IN SECTION TOGETHER WITH AN demands g against THROUGH, UNDER,
733.702 OF THE FLOR- UNDIVIDED INTER- decedent's estate on AND AGAINST THEIR
IDA PROBATE CODE EST IN THE COMMON whom a copy of this HEREIN NAMED INDi-
WILL BE FOREVER ELEMENTS, IF ANY, notice is served within VIDUAL DEFEND-
BARRED. A P PUR T E N A N T three months after the ANT(S) WHO ARE
THERETO, .SUBJECT date of thefirst publica- NOT KNOWN TO BE
NOTWITHSTANDING TO AND'IN RESTRIC- tion of this notice must DEAD OR ALIVE,
THE TIME PERIODS TIONS WITH THE file their claims with this WHETHER SAID UN-
SET FORTH ABOVE, COVENANTS, CONDI- Court WITHIN THE KNOWN PARTIES
ANY CLAIM. FILED TIONS, RESTRIC- LATER OF THREE MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TWO (2) YEARS OR TIONS, TERMS AND MONTHS AFTER 'THE TEREST AS SPOUSE,'
MORE AFTER THE OTHER PROVISIONS DATE OF THE FIRST HEIRS, DEVISEES,
DECEDENT'S DATE OF OF SAID DECLARA- PUBLICATION OF GRANTEES, OR
DEATH IS BARRED. TION. THIS 'NOTICE OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
The date of first publi- THIRTY DAYS AFTER
cation of this notice is also khown as 1111 THE DATE OF SERV- LAST KNOWN AD-
June 27, 2009 SANTA ROSA BLVD., ICE OF A COPY OF DRESS:UNKNOWN
A # 109, FT. WALTON THIS NOTICE OF
Attorney for Personal BEACH, FL 32548 THEM. CURRENT ADDRESS:


UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 18, BLOCK 24,
PLAT 15, VALPA-
RAISO, ACCORDING
TO THE MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE (S)
154, PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before August 6,2009,
on Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded,
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.'
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 22 day of June,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-SPECFNMA-R-k
hartmaier-F09027070
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IMPORTANT
In accordance 'with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accomi/o-
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.
07/04/09
07/11/09


Legal # 100705
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
L.R N/K/A BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
LR
Plaintiff,*
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-002922
vs.
DIVISION:
GAYLE K. HURST et
al,
Defendantss.
TO:
WADE R HURST
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:895 Santa
Rosa Blvd #308
Fort Walton Beach,. Fl
32548
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED.
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 89, QUAIL RUN
TOWNHOMES, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 22, PAGE 20,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF-OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before August 7,2009
on Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, .Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 23 day of June,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 ,
COUNTRY-SPECFNMA-
B-lcurry-F09039735
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-


bhit._s ,':1 per-,:.rn. 2228, PAGE 4235, OF tj RE Tr,.- Marrige of
with disabilities need- THE PUBLIC REC- GERI ALLYN
ing special accommo- ORDS OF OKALOOSA IRICK-CORNITCHER,
dation to participate in COUNTY, FLORIDA, Petitioner/Wife,
this proceeding should AND AS MAY
contact Court Adminis- BEAMENDED FROM and
tration at 101 James TIME TO TIME. TO-
Lee Boulevard East, GETHER WITH ALL KEITH STEVE ROBERT
Crestview, FL, OF ITS APPURTE- CORNITCHER,
32536-3515; telephone NANCES ACCORD- Respondent/Husband.
number (850) ING TO THE DECLA-
689-5000, Extension RATION OF CONDO- AMENDED NOTICE OF
7497, prior to the pro- MINIUM. SUBJECT, ACTION
ceeding. or Shalimar HOWEVER, TO ALL
(850) 651-7497 OF THE PROVISIONS To: Keith Steve Robert
OF THE DECLARA- Cornitcher Last Known
IMPORTANT TION OF CONDOMIN- Address: 2301 Law-
IUM. rence Street, Denver,
In accordance with the CO 80205 Present Ad-
Americans with Disa- has been filed against dress: Unknown
abilities Act, persons you, an you are re-
with disabilities need- quired to serve a copy YOU ARE NOTIFIED
ing special accommo- of your written de- that an action for disso-
dation to participate in fenses, if any, to it this lution of marriage has
this proceeding should action, on Greenspoon been filed against you
contact Court Adminis- Marder, P.A., Default and you are required to
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Department, Attor- serve a copy of your
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, neys for Plaintiff, written defenses, if any,
32579; telephone num- whose address is to:
ber (850) 651-7497, Trade Center South, STEPHEN J. RYAN,
prior to the proceeding. Suite 700, 100 West ESQUIRE RISEN &
07/04/09 Cypress Creek Road, RYAN 436 Green Acres
07/11/09 Fort Lauderdale, Fl Road Ft. Walton Beach,
33309, and file original FL 32547 ATTORNEY
with the Clerk within 30 FOR PETITIONER
Legal #100706 days after the first pub- on or before July 31,
location of this notice, 2009, and file the origi-
IN THE CIRCUIT or on or before August nal with the Clerk of
COURT OF THE JUDI- 10, 2009; otherwise a this Court at the
CAL CIRCUIT, IN AND default and .a judgment Okaloosa County
FOR OKALOOSA may be entered against Courthouse Annex,
COUNTY, FLORIDA you for the relief de- Shalimar, Florida either
CASE NO.: landed in the Corn- before service on
46-2009-CA-002212 plaipt. Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
THE BANK OF NEW ,WITNESS MY HAND otherwise a default will
'YORK MELLON FKA AND SEAL OF SAID be entered against you
THE BANK OF NEW COURT on this 24 day for the relief demanded
YORK AS TRUSTEE of June, 2009. in the Petition.
FOR THE CERTIFI- WITNESS my hand and
CATEHOLDERS As Clerk of said Court Seal of this Court on
CWALT, INC. ALTER- By: Anita Cantrall this 16 day of June
NATIVE LOAN TRUST As Deputy Clerk 2009.
2005-32T1 MORT-
G A G E 07/04/09 Don W. Howard
PASS-THROUGH CER- 07/11/09 CLERK OF COURT
TIFICATES, SERIES
2005-32T1, BY: Arita Cantrall
PLAINTIFF LEGAL # 120267 Deputy Clerk
VS. NOTICE OF SALE 6/20/2009
6/27/2009
WRAY, KIMBERLY S., In accordance with 7/4/2009
et al., Florida Statutes, 7/11/2009
DEFENDANTS Dansher Mini Ware-
houses, located at
NOTICE OF ACTION 1110 N. Ferdon Blvd., LEGAL#120269
in Crestview, Florida
TO: will offer for sale to the ADVERTISEMENT
KIMBERLY S. WRAY highest bidder the FOR BIDS
.520 SANTA ROSA household and other
BLVD UNIT 110 goods stored in the be- Sealed BIDS for the
FT. WALTON BEACH, low listed units of construction of PROJ-
FL 32548 Dansher Mini Wawe- ECT SITE IMPROVE-
A. WRAY houses. Said goods MENTS, A NEW AD-
DAVID A. WRAY are to be sold to re- MINISTRATIVE OFFICE
520 SANTA ROSA cover the rents not paid BUILDING, AND A
BLVD UNIT 110 by the tenant. NEW METAL MAINTE-
FT. WALTON BEACH, NANCE BUILDING will
FL 32548 Unit # A 42 be received by the MIL-
Ranall Morgan P.O. LIGAN WATER SYS-
AND TO: All persons Box 1072 TEM, INC. until 2:00
claiming an interest by, Crestview FI 32536 p.m., local time, FRI-
through, under, or DAY, JULY 24, 2009 at
against the aforesaid Unit # D3, the Milligan Water Sys-
Defendant(s).. Karla Williams 2311 tem Office. BIDS re-
Lewis Street ceived after this time
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Crestview FL 32536 will not be accepted.
that an action to fore- BIDS will be publicly
close a mortgage on The sale shall take opened and read
the following described place July 13, 2009, at aloud.
property located in 9:00 A.M., at the Sealed BIDS will be re-
Okaloosa County, Flor- Dansher Mini Ware- ceived for the total proj-
ida: house. ect, including:
PROJECT SITE IM-
CONDOMINIUM PAR- 6/27/2009 PROVEMENTS: This
CEL: UNIT NUMBER 7/4/2009 portion of the project
110 ISLAND PRIN- consists, in general, of
CESS, A CONDOMIN- minor clearing; site
IUM ALL AS SET LEGAL#120254 grading; removal of an
FORTH IN THE DEC- existing driveway con-'
LARATION OF CON- IN THE CIRCUIT nection and re-grading
DOMINIUM AND THE COURT, FIRST JUDI- a roadway swale in this
EXHIBITS ANNEXED CIAL CIRCUIT, IN location; milling and
THERETO AND AND FOR OKALOOSA overlaying two existing
FORMING A PART COUNTY, FLORIDA driveway connections;
THEREOF, AS RE- CASE NO.:09DR2962 pollution prevention
CORDED IN BOOK


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measures, including
temporary gravel strips
at project site entrance,
silt fence, etc.; removal
of an existing plastic
drainage basin and
drainage pipe; con-
struction of a com-
pacted clay/dirt drive, a
compacted gravel
parking area, a small
concrete parking area,
and a stormwater re-
tention area (and con-
crete overflow flume);
installation of a chain
link fence (with gates),
traffic control signs,
pavement striping,
landscaping (within the
northern 10' landscape
buffer), and sod.
A NEW ADMINISTRA-
TIVE OFFICE BUILD-
ING: This portion of the
project consists, in
general, of the con-
struction of a new
C.B.S. Administrative
Office Building, totaling
1,440 square feet, with
an additional covered
entry and a covered
rear porch; construc-e
tion of a new six-foot
wide sidewalk;
construction, of a new
septic sewage system;
demolition of the exist-
ing administrative office
building and existing
sidewalk (after the Cer-
tificate of Occupancy
has been issued for the
new administrative of-.
fice building); aban-
donment and filling of
the existing septic sew-
age system; minor site
grading near the build-
ing; and installation of
sod around the build-
ing.
A NEW METAL MAIN-
TENANCE BUILDING:
This portion of the proj-
ect consists, in general,
of the construction of a
concrete foundation for
a metal' maintenance
building (1,500 square
feet); erection and in-
stallation of the
pre-engineered metal
maintenance building
(previously purchased
by Milligan Water. Sys-
tem, Inc.); minor site
grading near the build-
ing; and installation of
sod around the build-
ing.
One contract will be is-
sued for the entire proj-
ect. All work shall be
completed within 270
consecutive calendar
days. The Contract
Documents may be ex-
amined at the Milligan
Water System Office,
located at 5340 High-
way 4, Baker, Florida
32531,,(850) 537-9131.
Copies of the Contract
Documents may be ob-
tained at the following
locations: (1) Milligan
Water System Office,
and (2) the Office of
The Engineer, Westerra
Development, Inc., lo-
cated at 6119 Donald
Guy Road, Crestview,
Florida 32539 (850)
682-6321, upof pay-
ment of $25.00 for each
set. (PRIOR PAYMENT
REQUIRED. SUM WILL
NOT.BE REFUNDED.)
MILLIGAN WATER,
SYSTEM, INC.
MARTIN W. ELLIS,
PRESIDENT
6/27/2009
7/4/2009
7/11/2009


LEGAL#120274
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:46-2008-CA-00471
0 FILE NO:F08069790


CHASE HOME
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,


ANTHONY C. HART, et
al,
Defendantss:
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated June 23, 2009
and entered in Case
N o .
46-2008-CA-004710 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST. Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and ANTHONY
C. HART; JULIA LYNN
HART; USAA FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANK; are
the Defendants, I will
.sell to the highest and
best bidder for'cash at
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 21 day of July,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 30, AMENDED
PLAT OF SOUTHWIND
PHASE V, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGE 100,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. LESS AND
EXCEPT COMMENC-
ING AT THE NORTH-
ERMOST CORNER OF
LOT 30 OF THE
AMENDED PLAT OF
SOUTHWIND PHASE
V, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGE 100
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THENCE SOUTH 44
DEGREES 19 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
NORTHEASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID


.LOT 30) A DISTANCE WITNESS rrmy ha3rd ad
OF 20.2 FEET TO THE ire ~seal 01 ir.s COur
POINT OF BEGINN- on this 23 day of June,
ING; THENCE CON- 2009.
TINUE SOUTH 44 DE-
GREES 19 MINUTES Don W. Howard
09 SECONDS EAST Clerk of the Court
12.0 FEET; THENCE
DEPARTING SAID By:Anita Cantrall
NORTHERLY BOUND- As Deputy Clerk
ARY, RUN SOUTH 45
DEGREES 40 MIN- Florida Default Law
UTES 51 SECONDS Group, RL.
WEST 1.10 FEET; PO. Box 25018
THENCE NORTH 44 Tampa, Florida
DEGREES 19 MIN- 33622-5018
UTES 09 SECONDS
WEST 12.00 FEET; IMPORTANT
THENCE NORTH 45
DEGREES 40 MIN- In accordance with the
UTES 51 SECONDS Americans with Disa-
EAST 1.10 FEET TO abilities Act, persons
THE POINT OF BEGIN- with disabilities need-
NING. ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
A/K/A 1325 WINDRUSH this proceeding should
COVE, NICEVILLE, FL contact Court Adminis-
,325780000 traction at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Any person claiming an Crestview, FL,
interest in the surplus 32536-3515; telephone
from the sale, if any, number (850)
other than the property 689-5000, Extension
owner as of-the date of 7497, prior to the pro-
the Us Pendens must ceeding. or Shalimar
file a claim within sixty (850)651-7497
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND IMPORTANT
and the seal of this
Court on June 24, In accordance with the
2009. Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
Don W. Howard with disabilities need-
Clerk of the Circuit ing special accommo-
Court dation to participate in
this proceeding should
By:Vickie Jackson contact Court Adminis-
Deputy Clerk tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
Florida Default Law 32579; telephone num-
Group, RL. ber (850) 651-7497,
RO. Box 25018 prior to the proceeding.
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 7/4/2009
7/11/2009
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons LEGAL#120276
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo- IN THE CIRCUIT
dation to participate in COURT OF THE
this proceeding should FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
contact Court Adminis- CUIT
tration at 101 James IN AND FOR
Lee Boulevard' East, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Crestview,. FL, FLORIDA
32536-3515; telephone CIVIL ACTION CASE
number (850) NO:
689-5000, Extension 46-2009-CA-002883
7497, prior to the pro- FILE NO:F09037196
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
IMPORTANT Plaintiff,
In accordance with tle vs.
Americans with Disa- -
bilities Act, persons JASMINE M. DREAD-
with disabilities need- ING A/K/A JASMINE M-.
ing special accommo- LEWIS-DREADING
dation to participate in A/K/A JASMINE MADE-
this proceeding should L I N E
contact Court -Adminis- LEWIS-DREADING et
tration at 1250 N. Eglin al,
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Defendant(s).
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,


Found small dog in
Auburn area. call
683-1618








PETS & ANIMALS
2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Petl Memorials




CKC Registered Chi-
huahua puppies. Up to
date on shots, call
306-1137


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S MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3200 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instrumnents
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



All new Pillowtop Mat-
tress Queen/box spring
Fact. warr. $169 Can
deliver. 850-471-0330 .
Chase Lounge Good.
Cond. $250 call
683-0454


prior o ie proceeding. NOTICE OF ACTION King Pillowtop matt-
TO: ress & box set, still
7/4/2009 CLIFFORD DREADING sealed. Warr. $235. 850
7/11/2009 A/K/A CLIFFORD D. 471-0330 Can deliver
DREADING A/K/A CLIF-
FORD DAVID DREAD- Mattress and Box Set,
ING Full Size Still sealed
LAST KNOWN AD- from factory, new,
LEGAL#120275 DRESS: 210 Tiffot $135. 850471-0330
Court
IN THE CIRCUIT Crestview, FI 32539 Microfiber Sofa-$300,
COURT OF THE Loveseat-$275 Both
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CURRENT ADDRESS: $500 Lifetime warr New
CUIT UNKNOWN in box. 850 471-0330
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, YOU ARE NOTIFIED ,,
FLORIDA .-- that an action to fore-
CIVIL-ACTION CASE close a mortgage on
NO:46-2009-CA-002922 the following property
'FILE NO:F09039735 in OKALOOSA County, Polo riding lawn mower
Florida: w. leaf & grass catcher
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOT 41, WILOWOOD attachment. $450.
LOANS 'SERVICING, GABLES PHASE 1, AC- Good Cond. call
L.R N/K/A BAC HOME CORDING TO THE 683-0454
LOANS SERVICING, PLAT THEREOF AS
LP, RECORDED IN PLAT --------
Plaintiff, BOOK 19, PAGE 78, ",
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
VS. OKALOOSA COUNTY, '
'GAYLE K. HURST et FLORIDA i
al, has been filed against
Defendant(s). you and you are re- WT12Iytw3lU
quired to serve a copy
NOTICE OF ACTION of your written de
TOfenses, if any, on or 4100- Help Wanted
TOAY K HURST before 8-7-09, on Flor- 4110 Restaurants/Clubs
GAYLEA KU A ida Default Law Group, 4120- Sales
LAST KNOWN AD- L., Plaintiff's attorney, 4130 Employment
DRESS:895 Santa whose address is 9119 Information
Rosa Boulevard Apt Corporate Lake Drive,
308 6 o B Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
Fort Walton Beach, FL ida 33634, and file the
32548 original with this Court 4100 '
CURRENT ADDRESS: Plaintiffs attorney or Insurance
UNKNOWN immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will A Terrific
ANY AND ALL UN- be entered against you Opportunity!
KNOWN PARTIES for the relief demanded
CLAIMING UNDEBY, in the Complaint or pe- Liberty National Life
THROUGH, IUNDER, tuition Insurance Company
AND AGAINST THE This notice shall be $100,000+ Earning Po-
HEREIN NAMED INDI- published once each tential, Benefits, Pen-
VIDUAL DEFEND- week for two consecu- sion, 401(k), BCBS
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ive weeks in the Crest- Insurance for those
KNOWN TO BE DEAD view News Bulletin. who qualify Call
OR ALIVE, WHETHER WITNESS my hand and 1-800-257-5500.
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- the seal of this Court
TIES MAY CLAIM AN. on this 23 day of June, Live-In Female com-
INTEREST I AS 2009.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- panion needed for
VISEES, GRANTEES, Don W. HowardClerk of older female. Must
OR OTHER CLAIM- the Court clean, cook at least
ANTS 1 meal a day! Room
By:Beth McDonald and board plus
LAST KNOWN AD- As Deputy Clerk some compensa-
DRESS:UNKNOWN tion. References
Florida Default Law needed Crestview
CURRENT ADDRESS: Group, RL. area Fax or e-mail
UNKNOWN O. Box 25018 Info: (850)398-8065
Tampa Florida Ijlmgann@cox.net
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 33622-5018 or Call 850-826-0228
that an action to fore--
close a mortgage on IMPORTANT St. Mark United Meth-
the following property odist Church-Crestview
in OKALOOSA County, in accordance with the is seeking a part-time
Florida: Americans with Disa- organist for Sunday
LOT 89, QUAIL RUN abilities Act, persons morning worship and
TOWNHOMES, AC- with disabilities need- Wednesday choir re-
OR DINGC TO THE ing special accommo- hearsal plus some spe-
PLAT THEREOF ASn- nation to participate in cial occasions and sea-
RECORDED IN PLAT this proceeding should sonal events. Organist
BOOK i22, PAGE20, contact Court Adminis- will. work closely with
OF THE PUBLIC REC- traction at 101 James music director and
ORDS OF OKALOOSA Lee Boulevard East, choir to ensure a cohe-
COUNTY, FLORIDA Crestview, FL, sive musical program
.... 32536-3515;' telephone designed to guide con-
has been filed against number (850) gregation in enriched
you and you are re- 689-5000 Extension worship experience.
quired to serve a copy 7497, prior to the pro- Call 682-5280 for more
of your written de- ceeding. or Shalimar' information.
tenses, if any, on or (850) 651-7497
before August 7, 2009, .--~---
on Florida Default Law IMPORTANT -
Group, FRL., Plaintiff's Ia'cdTawit
attorney, whose ad- n accordance'with the
dress is 9119 Corpo- Americans with Disa- ..
rate Lake Drive, Suite abilities Act, persons i ,
300, Tampa, Florida with disabilities need-
33634, and file the orig- Ing special accommo- "v' f
final with this Court ei- dation to participate in
other before service on this proceeding should REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Plaintiff's attorney or contact Court Adminis- 0 -Bs s
immediately thereafter; ration at 1250 N. Eglin c0100-uainess/
otherwise a default will Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 6110Commearcial
be entered, against you 32579; telephone num- 8120 Beach Rentals
for the relief demand. d ber (850) 651-7497, 613o CondoTownhuouse
in the Complaint or pe- prior to the proceeding. 8140 House Rentals
tition. 6150 -Roommate Wanted
This notice shall be 7-4-09 8160- Rooms for Rent
published \once each 7-11-09 0170 Mobile Home/Lot
week for two consecu- 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
tive weeks in the Crest- 6190- Timeshare Rentals
view News Bulletin. 6200 Vacation Rentals


Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office Plaza
on Hwy 85. Rate in-
cludes ALL utilities,
high speed internet,
common area main-
tainance -and daily
cleaning. 682-0791


Professional Office
building for Lease
1000sf. 101 Duggan


Crestview 3BR/1BA
LR, Lg Den, Central
Heat/AC, New Car-
pets, Frig & W/D, Lg
fenced in yard, Pets
O.K., Lg Gar-
age/workshop, All
new paint. No credit
check! Section 8
O.K!. $700. mo &
$700. DD. Call Bob
@ 683-1040 or
902-0223


NfIW OI/AV


Ave. tNext to glin Crestview Houses for
FCU) Call 621-0046 Rent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba,
1500sf, .fenced yd. S of
S 6110 =l 1-10. Pets ok. Avail July
1st. $925. 582-4100
$99, Move In Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba,
near CHS. Big yard.
Special! $700 mo + dd. No pets
Crestview- Quiet well- /smoke. 420-0140
maintained 2 br, 1 ba' C tvie 3bd, 2ba,
total electric 585-6985 Crestvew- 3bd, 2ba
____________ fir Good Pets welcome.
$995mo+DD 225-9090
Crestview- 2 BR, 1 BA $ m 2 9
$550. mo $550. dep no
pets Call 850-398-5757
or 850-420-1517 I
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mol
Crestview Nice 2br, Qall Jenny at Pelican
1ba, apt. washer, dryer, Real Estate 315-0972'
stove, refrigerator, 136
Lake St. $500/mo + Crestview- Newly re-
$500 dep. 682-3514 modeled duplex, 3 br,
1 ba, CH&A, W/D hkup
$575/mo, $450dd. Call
S683-5759
: Crestview Nice 1 br
house. 298 S. Cobb.
61-0^ washer, dryer, stove re-
"frigerator. $400/mo +
$400 dep. 682-6514
Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba Fr4 Sale b8 -
TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. For Sale by
No smoke/pets. Near Owner
Walker Elem. 240-0890 5948 Meadow Lane 3/2/1
Brick house w/fireplace.
Move in ready. $8000 tax
credit for 1st time
homebuyer. Flat screen
TV or one room of new
[ 140 furniture with sell of
.'.. house. Qualifies for Rural
Loan Program which fi-
Crestview 3br, 1.5ba nances 102%. $115,000
$795 mo+dd,AII Appls, means payment around
W/D Hkups. Small pet $720 .850-243-2172 or
ok. Tile throughout, br's Buy Grandmommys
carpeted. 217-7344 House.com


Crestview- 2.5 acres,
Crestview- Share quiet asking $48K. Off of
3br brick home in au- Bank Owned Prop- Poverty Creek Rd. 850
burn area $450 mo in- erties Free Lists 375-2351 or 375-2425
clds utils Call 902-6081 Cellstate Gulfcoast
0 bf-u


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Crestview MH's for
Rent. Several. to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192


Crestview- 2 br MH
$500/mo +$500 dep.
No pets. 682-8867 or
682-6514 leave msg.


Crestview- Remodeled
2br, lba, Quiet park.
No pets. $450 mo+dd
850-585-8192


Crestview, 3br, 1.5ba,
on 1 acre, total electric
$500/mo + $500 dd
682-0290 or 582-5148










REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150- Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


Crestview Widow
must sell 3-bedroom
brick home 2 blocks
from Hwy 90 Crestview.
Large lot, 1742SF.
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Saturday, July 4, 2009 www. c r e s t v i e w b u lletin.c o m Page 14


News

& NOTES

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
June 25
I. Howard Mitchell,Jerry
Devoy, Hal Jellison,Alan
Parsons -I I
2. Dale Ariderson, Brian
Kamrowskii, Don Mazerat,
Fred Heiler -10
3. Don Kearney,Jesse
Dennis,'Don Widmaier, Gene
Parish -7
4.Aaron Daniel, Neil
Locke,Jack Patten, Dave
Hinnant -6

Sunday Lowball
June 28
I.Justin McLane -10, Pat
Martin, Dean Martin -10
2. Floyd Chamberlain,
Heidi Blair, Gene Cox, Ron
Henderson -9
3. Don Kearney,Terry
Tillman,Jesse Dennis, Don
Widmaier -9
4. Bob Tilley, Marc
Spainhour, Keith White, Dick
Hickson -8

BRIEFS
YMCA T-Ball,
coach pitch,
The Crestview Family
YMCA is holding extended
registration for the boys and
girls ages 2-17 through July 6.
The season runs July 18-
Aug. 22.
Cost is $36 for members
and $48 for nonmembers.
For more information, call
the YMCA at 689-2999.

Baker middle
school football
Any rising seventh- or
eight erested
Baker
hKellogg
use
Bay from



And
Recr'atb accepting
signups for football, soccer
and cheerleading.
Children who reach
these age limits before
Sept. I are welcome to sign
up: ages 4-14 for soccer,
6-11 for football and 4-12
for cheerleading.
Your child will be placed
on their team based on
age, previous year's team ,
or through the draft,
except where health
is a consideration.The
transportation of your child
to practices and games is
your responsibility (no
special requests accepted).
Registration is $60 for city
residents and $65 for those
outside city limits.
The drafts will be held at
Twin Hills Park on the dates
and times listed below.
Football Drafts:July 16,
PeeWee l,6p.m.;July 17,
Pee Wee 2,6 p.m.
Shoulder pad and helmet
fitting will be done on a
scheduling basis.
Soccer Drafts,July 18: U6,
No draft; U8,9 a.m.; U 10,
10:45 a.m.; U12, 12:15 p.m.;
U15, 1:45 p.m.
Cheerleading is for


registrations will determine
the order of placement.
The balance of registered
cheerleaders will then be
placed on teams until parity
has been reached.
Please call 682-4715 for
more details and information.
Parks and Rec hours are
8 am. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday.The Web site
is www.cityofcrestview.org.

Heavy Hitters Camp
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U baseball
workouts are planned for
the first week ofAugust.
Participants must be 14 years
old after May 1,2010,for the
upcoming 2009-2010 USSSA
, season. Details: Melvin at
902-6237 or Greg at 496-
9235.


Photos by RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
SUMMER DRILLS: Gator players line up for drills during summer workouts at Baker.




Following the leaders


Baker developing

positive work ethic

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER It doesn't take long
for Baker football coach Bob Kel-
logg to call roll for his returning
seniors.
In fact, Kellogg can count
those players on the fingers of
one hand and he won't need to
use his thumb.
That's a far cry from last year,
when 'the Gators had 16 seniors
on he roster.
The returning seniors for
2009 are Dakota Hooper, Mason
Doggette, Jett Feltner and Jacob
Lawson. They will be counted on
to take leadership roles with some
help. from some well-respected
juniors.
"'The seniors we've got are
good seniors," Kellogg said. "It's
just,that what we don't have a lot
of them. We are hoping we can
develop that. (leadership). That's
a big thing this summer.
"We want to develop strength
and speed, but we want to develop
that leadership thing. When kids
take charge and hold each other
accountable that's an important
factor'in-our game."
Kellogg faced a similar situa-
tion with a small senior class two
year's ago. At that time he named
a group of captains and had them
choose the teams they would lead
throughout the summer.
He brought back the idea this
summer, naming the four seniors
as captains along with juniors
Logan Wagner and Christian
Mainor.


BEATING THE HEAT: Baker football players, above, practice during
morning hours to beat the record-high summer temperatures.
GATOR PASS: Vada Moore, below, looks for a receiver during
summer scrimmage.


"Each captain is in charge
of his team as far as. their atten-
dance being here and their, work,"
Kellogg explained. "We have to


develop that (leadership) because
we did have 16 seniors (last year)
and then you go to four we can
see that is lacking."
The system rewards positive
behaviors and actions and penal-
izes the negative.
* "During the summer you can
accumulate so many points," Kel-
logg said. "They can reach differ-
ent levels of rewards. They might
win a T-shirt when they reach
this level and they get something
when they get to another level.
"Right now that's in the hands
of those seniors (captains). They
are going to come up with things
they want to with the different
levels they can attain as they ac-
cumulate so many points. They
can lose points and they can gain
points."
The captains met with Kellogg
before the start of summer drills
and drafted their own teams.
"They had a good time when
they drafted their teams," Kel-


logg said. "They picked the guys
they wanted on their team.
"They looked at a lot of things
-who is dependable arid all those
kind of things. So the teams, when
you look at the makeup of them,
are kind of interesting."
If the first week of summer
workouts was any indication of
things, Kellogg's plan was work-
ing well.
The Gators averaged about
35 players at the sessions that go
from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
"The turnout has been real,
real good," Kellogg said. "We've
got just -about all of our varsity
guys out except those that are
at a camp. And then we've got a
bunch of our young guys out, and
it's optional for middle school and
younger guys.
"We've had a good turnout so
far and* I hope it stays this way
but it is the beginning of the sum-
mer."
Kellogg said the Gators must
have a strong summer as they
prepare for the upcoming season.
"We have got to have a great
summer and have people come,"
he said. "The whole preparation
for the season is right here. We
are going four days a week, and
that's asking a lot out of the kids
because we go from 8 to 10:30 ev-
ery day. Whatever we can do to
get them, we need them.
"Our second major focus (af-
ter developing leadership) is to
get assignments down. Really the
summer is more of an offensive
thing because you are not in pads
and you don't hit. I always felt like
spring is for defense, but in the
summer you really get focused on
getting the right hat on the right
person and the learning part of
it."


Mark your calendars for 'Bulletin Bowl


Tr he countdown has
begun.
Two months from
today the Baker Gators
travel to Jack Foster
Stadium to take on
Crestview in the regular
season opener of the 2009 NOR
football season. O
In the tradition of ZI
Alabama and Auburn's Randy
\Iron Bowl and the Egg
Bowl that goes to the winner of the
Mississippi State-Ole Miss game,
the News Bulletin is proud to
announce it will be presenting the
"Bulletin Bowl."
As is tradition with the college
trophies, the winner of the Bulletin
Bowl will hold it until the teams
meet the following season.
There's still a lot to do before
the big game on Sept. 4.
Both the Bulldogs and Gators
are in the middle of their summer
conditioning programs. They'll
continue the workouts until the
start of fall camp Aug. 10.
And the week before the opener
Crestview will host Gulf Breeze


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ON
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and Baker will travel to Jay
for Kickoff Classics.
In the grand scheme
of things both Crestview
and Baker wiH play bigger
games than the opener at
Jack Foster.
District matchups are
I END far more important than
ME one that hasn't been played
ickson since 2002 and lacks the
annual tradition of Baker-
Jay or Crestview-Fort Walton
Beach. *
In the big school vs. small
school football games the big
school always goes in with the
upper hand simply because of the
depth on its roster.
Some would say the big school
has more to lose, which is only
true to a certain extent. The most
important thing for both teams is
to come out of the game healthy.
If Baker were to pull off the upset,
but lose a key player for the season
the Gators could be out of the
playoff hunt before the district play
even gets started.
No matter who wins on the


field, the real
winners in.this
game are the
communities
and the fans.
In a day
when budget
considerations
go into the
scheduling
process it just
makes sense that
schools within 15
miles of each other
play.
The thought process
is helped by the fact that
the schools find themselves in a
geographic quandary with the new
districts.
Crestview is in the largest
classification, 4A, in Northwest
Florida. It is also in the four-team
District 2-4A. Crestview has three
district games and three other
games against teams from District
1-4A.
If the Bulldogs wanted to play
a team in a higher classification
they would have to travel to the


\ Jacksonville area. Instead, the
Bulldogs will open the 2009
season staying at home the
first three games
and bringing
in smaller
schools.
West Gadsden
^ returns to Jack
Foster on Sept.
-c, 11. Pensacola
Catholic will be in
town Sept 25.
Baker's dilemma is the opposite
of Crestiew. Baker is in the next-
to-the-smallest classification in
the state, Class 1A. And the Gators
are in a nine-team district, which
means they have eight district
games oh their schedule.
All Gator coach Bob Kellogg
had to do is find a first game and a
last regular season game.
And when Baker and Crestview
decided to play, the Bulletin Bowl
was born.
Randy Dickson is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor. Contact
him at 682-6524, or e-mail
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com.


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