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Publication Date: July 11, 2009
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RIVERSIDE
Students, parents

get first look at
new elementary school
Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Appropriately, the students got the first look
at Crestview's newest eleientar' school.
The new Riverside Elementary held an openri
house for students and their parents Tuesday at'
the new building at the intersection of Redstone
Avenue and Okaloosa Lane.
"We wanted our students to be the first to
visit the new school," Riverside Principal Donna
Holloway said.
Riverside replaces Southside Elementary,
Which was built in the 1940s. The Southside
building will house pre-kindergarten, voluntary
Spre-kindergarten and pre-ldkindergarten disabili-
ty classes. Troy University also will offer classes
in the building.
A joint public open house for Riverside and
the new Shoal River Middle School, just to the
west ol the new elementary, is scheduled from 5
to 7 p.m. July 16.
Approximately 3.5001) people were involved in
some aspect of the construction of the two new
S schools, which took 750,000 man-hours from start
to finish, according to the Okaloosa County School
District. The first day of school is Aug. 24


See more photos on page 6 and online at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


RIVERSIDE EAGLE: The Riverside Elementary School's eagle mascot greets visitors'in the
lobby of the new school., PRIVATE SHOWING: At top, a family exits the Riverside Elementary
School on Tuesday after a private showing for students and their families.
ROCK CLIMBER: Second from top, Brianna Belter checks out the new playground equipment
during her visit to Riverside Elementary, where she will be a second-grader in the fall.
SCIENCE LAB: Third from top, Alex Snyder declared, "Ilike machines," as he entered the
science lab at Riverside Elementary, where he will start kindergarten in August.


Harris

'frustrated'

by judicial

center vote

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Wayne Harris got right
to the news of the day when
he addressed the Grestview
Area Chamber of Commerce
Government
Issues meet-

"I hope you
all feel com-
fortable about
the money
you're about to
WAYNE spend," Harris
HARRIS began his talk,
referring to
the Okaloosa County Board
of County Commissioners'
vote Tuesday to proceed with
plans to build a new judicial
center at the Northwest Flor-
ida Fairgrounds.
"It's more expensive to
live in this county today than
it was yesterday."
The commissioners voted
See VOTE 4

THOSE IN FAVOR
Bill Roberts, John
Jannazo and James
Campbell voted in favor
of the new
judicial
center.
Jannazo,
cited
possible
long-tertn
savings in
the current
JOHN economic
JANNAZO climate.
"The
C E time to
build has
never been.
better,"
Jannazo
said. "The
boom is
d going to
come back,
JAMES so now is
CAMPBELL the time to
go after it."
Campbell had been
a long-time opponent of
building a new judicial
center. However, the
'Florida Legislatuire
made changes this year
to provide new funding
mechanisms to build a
new judicial center.
"We can build a facility
without using ad valorem
taxes, and, for me, that
was a game changer,"
Campbell said Wednesday.
"We went from the start
from an $80 million facility
... to get it down to what
it needed to be and not
build a Taj Majal and
build something that will
be good for the future.
Everything changed, and
it all got changed in the
right direction."
Dusty Ricketts /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers





Saturday, July 11, 2009


News BRIEFS


Courthouse plans
return to fairgrounds
The Okaloosa County
commissioners voted 3-2
Tuesday night to proceed
with plans to build a court-
house annex extension
building at the fairgrounds
on Lewis Turner Boulevard
in Fort Walton Beach.
In conjunction with the
new building, commis-
sioners voted to add two
courtrooms to the court-
house in Crestview.
The county bought 1'6
acres at the fairgrounds
from Fort Walton Beach for
$2 million in March 2007 to
build the new courthouse
extension annex. Howev-
er, commissioners voted
in March to abandon those
plans and pursue renovat-
ing the courthouse annex
in Shalimar.
However, the cost ,to
renovate and enlarge the
annex to meet the county's
long-term judicial needs
came in at about $42 mil-
lion. The cost to build an
annex extension at the
fairgrounds has been esti-
mated at $28 million.
The county spent
$18,000 on the plans to
renovate the'Shalimar an-
nex.
The Florida Legisla-
ture made changes this
year to provide new fund-.
ing mechanisms to build a
new judicial center.
AFlorida statute passed
in 2003 allowed counties to
collect a $15 surcharge for
all criminal and non-crim-
inal traffic violations to be'
used to fund courthouse
maintenance. The county
collects about $450,000 a
year in surcharges and
used those funds last
year to renovate the com-
mission chambers at the
courthouse in Crestview.
The Legislature amend-
ed the statute this year to
allow counties to increase,
the fee to $30. The coun-


ty's staff was directed
at Tuesday's meeting to
schedule a public hearing
to increase the fee to $30.
The hearing likely will be
next month.
The change also allows
the counties to bond that
money to fund large-scale
projects such as the court-
house annex extension.
While the cost for the
courthouse annex exten-
sion has been estimated
at $28 million earlier this
year, the price could be
even lower if commission-
ers continue to move for-
ward.
Heery HLM Design, the
Orlando-based firm hired
to design the courthouse,
recently completed plans
for a new courthouse in
Lake County with an esti-
mated cost in the low $90
million range. Construc-
tion bids for the project
came in about $20 million
lower than the original es-
timates, Heery represen-
tatives said.
Okaloosa has worked
on plans to expand the
courthouse in Crestview
for many years, but cost
estimates to add two new
courtrooms are out of date
and will have to be updat-
ed.
Dusty Ricketts /
Florida Freedom News-
papers

Crestview TPO
workshop July 23
The Okaloosa-Walton
Transportation Planning
Organization, the Local
TPO, will be holding Pub-
lic Workshops during the
third week of July in Oka-
loosa and Walton Coun-
ties.
The Crestview public
workshop is scheduled
for July 23 at 1 p.m. at the
Crestview Area Chamber


tion-planning decisions for
the urbanized area. The
TPO works as the liaison
with local governments
and the State of Florida's
Department of Transpor-
tation (FDOT). One of the
first annual documents the
TPO staff produces is the
Project Priorities. This is
a listing of the transporta-
tion projects in the order
the TPO would like to see
them funded.
The TPO will give the
public the opportunity to
voice their opinions on
the priority of transpor-
tation projects in our re-
gion at these workshops.
The input received will
be provided to the TPO,
made up of public officials
from Okaloosa and Wal-
ton Counties as well as
.the cities of Fort Walton
Beach, Niceville, Crest-
view, Destin and Defuniak
Springs as well as other
local government enti-
ties. The public is invited
and encouraged to attend
these workshops and pro-
vide input toward current
transportation project pri-
orities. The draft version
including the results from
all five workshops will
be presented at the TPO
meeting Aug. 20 At 3 p.m.
in the Niceville Commu-
nity Center, 204 N Partin
Drive in Niceville for re-
view. The final report will
then be' presented Sept.
17 at 3 p.m. in the Nicev-
ille Community Center.
The final approved docu-
ment must be submitted
to FDOT by Oct. 1.
Crestview News
Bulletin

Water Supply
Committee
meets July 15
The Citizens Commit-


of Commerce., tee for Future Water Sup-
The TPO is the board ply will meet on July 15 at
that makes transporta- 3 p.m. The meeting will be


held in the third floor con-
ference room at the Water
and Sewer Building, 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd. in Fort
Walton Beach.
Members of the Citi-
zens Committee for Fu-
ture Water Supply include
Jerry Mitchem, Phil Kra-
jeck, Yvonne Earle, David
Coup, and Jackie Bur-
kett. Commissioner Bill
Roberts is liaison for the
Water and Sewer Depart-
ment and Jeff Littrell is
Director. The public is in-
vited to attend.
Crestview News
Bulletin

Trial date set
for Sansom,
Richburg, Odom
The trials of state
Rep. Ray Sansom, former
Northwest Florida State
College President Bob
Richburg and developer
Jay Odom have been set
for Sept. 29.
"Right now it's all of
them," ,Leon County State
Attorney Willie Meggs
said of the joint court date,
implying that scheduling
changes are likely.
Sansom, Richburg and
Odom face felony charges
for, their roles in allegedly
securing $6 million in state
funds for a college build-
ing grand jurors have said
was 'actually an airplane
hangar for Odom.
Sansom and Richburg
are charged with official
misconduct and perjury.
Odom is charged with of-
ficial misconduct.
Leon County Circuit
Judge Terry Lewis set
the trial date following a
request for "particulars"
made on behalf of the de-
fendants. The lawyers for
Sansom, Richburg and
Odom were seeking infor-
mation specifying places,
times and the manner, in
which the crimes charged


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Tom McLaughlin
S/ Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Trials upcoming for
Cash's suspects
A trial for accused rob-
ber and kidnapper Muta
Ali A Nafi is tentatively set
for Aug. 3. His alleged get-
away driver, Kayla War-
den, might have her trial
the same day.
Both suspects, who
were arrested in January
after a vehicle chase from
Destin to Fort Walton
Beach, have pleaded not
guilty.
Between them,. they
face more than a dozen
charges for a robbery at
Cash's Liquors in Destin,
where owner Cash Moore
said he nearly took a bul-
let after he interrupted
the escape.
Nafi, 41, also known as
Steven Pressley, and the
22-year-old Warden, nick-
named "Slim," have been
in custody since they were
caught on Beal Parkway.
Moore suffered cuts
and scrapes. Tammy Cour-
ville, the woman who was
kidnapped, was shaken
but unhurt. Prosecutors
will use their statements
as evidence.
Nafi is represented by
Niceville attorney Michael
Flowers. His charges in-
clude robbery with a fire-
arm, attempted murder,
possession of a weapon
by a convicted felon, flee-
ing lawmen at high'speed,
firing into a vehicle, home
invasion robbery, kidnap-
ping and carjacking.
Warden's attorney is
Maureen Duignan of Pen-
sacola. She faces princi-
pal charges for the home
invasion, carjacking and
kidnapping as well as ac-
cessory charges for the
robbery plan.
Andrew Gant / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Newspaper building
(not the Bulletin)
flooded after pipe
break
The Destin Log made
the news Monday when it
became waterfront prop-


erty complete with
its own beach that was
spewed up from under-
ground as a fire suppres-
sion system failed.
The pipe break pumped
hundreds of gallons of wa-
ter into the building, the
parking lot and the lawn
and even created a sink
hole. Log staffers scram-
bled to unplug computer
equipment as the water
swamped surge protec-
tors and crept toward the
computer server room.
With no sandbags at the
ready, associates used
bundles of newspapers to
block the flow of water.
The building was pow-
erless for a few hours and
was without water after
Destin Water Users shut
down the water flow,
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Eglin colonel
becomes White
House fellow
Lt. Col. Robert K. Ly-
man experienced two life-
changing events in one
month's time.
He became a father and
a White House fellow.
"It's been a big month
in the Lyman household,"
said the 96th Communi-
cations Squadron com-
mander.
Now that Lyman is a
White House fellow, Am-
ber Rose will spend the
first year of her life near
Lyman"s Maryland roots.
Founded in 1964 by
President Lyndon John-
son, the prestigious White
House Fellows Program
fosters leadership and
public service by having
senior government lead-
ers mentor accomplished
individuals like Lyman.
Lyman will spend a
year as a full-time, paid
special assistant to senior
White House' staff, Cabi-
net secretaries and other
top federal officials. Fel-
lows will also participate
in roundtable discussions
with leaders in the private
and public sectors and
travel to study U.S., poli-
cy in action at home and
abroad.
Mona Moore / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers


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Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Selfish? Let Jesus Help


Jesus was the most selfless
person who ever lived. He lived for
others. He went about doing good.
He healed those that were being
oppressed of the devil (Acts 10:38).
He made the sorrows and
sufferings of others His very own.
"Himself took on our
infirmities and bore our
sickness" (Matt. 8:17).
He died for others.
"He was wounded for our
transgressions" (Isaiah
53:5).
In Heaven, He now
intercedes for others.
"He ever liveth to make THE RE
intercession for them" SHE
(Hebrews 7:15). From
At God's appointed
time He will come for others. "I
will come again, and receive you
unto myself" (John 14:3).
There is also a hymn written by
C. D. Meigs titled "Others." Verse
one and the refrain are as follows:
"Lord, help me to live from day
to day in such a self-forgetful way
that even when I kneel to pray my
prayer shall be for others. Others,
Lord, yes others, let this my motto
be. Help me to live for others, that
I may live like thee."
Charles Kingsley once said if
you want to be miserable, think
much about yourself, about what
you want, what you like, what
respect people ought to pay you
and what people think of you.
,We find this story in the Bible of
the Prodigal Son and his father
(Luke 15:11-31). The son wanted
and demanded his inheritance
from his father in order to go
out and live in the world as he
pleased. His father granted the
son's demand. The son took his
inheritance and went into the far
country and there wasted all of his
inheritance. The young man who
wanted his inheritance now began
to be in want. This is how sin often
works. The son had no money, no
job, and he was homeless. But
his father never gave up ont him.
In fact, when the son decided
to come back home and ask his
father to give him a job, he found
his father waiting with open arms.
This represents the great love our
Heavenly Father has for each of
us even when we demand things
we don't even need. The prodigal
son was very selfish! However, his
father forgave him. If we follow
the path of the prodigal son, we
too will want in a selfish way and


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EVENTS

CHRISTIAN COALITION:
The Christian Coalition of Oka-'
loosa County meets monthly. This
month's meeting will be July 16 at
7 p.m. at Shady Grove Assembly of
God in Baker.
ANNIVERSARY: New Life Mis-
sionary Baptist Church at 285 Dug-
gan Ave., Crestview, is celebrating
its 12th anniversary Sunday at 11
a.m. Special guests are Rev. Hi-
ram Staton and Fanny Missionary
Baptist Church of Flomaton, Ala.
Dinner will be served after the ser-
vice.


. NEW BEGINNINGS ACTIVI-
TIES: New Beginnings at 412 W
James Lee Blvd. in Crestviewis
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 July 19
at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited to
attend. A nursery will be provided.
Details: 689-2988.
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.


You can pass on 'Carrie's Hope' to students in need


, find ourselves being in want.
Never forget, God wants you more
than you could ever imagine. He
sent Jesus to die on a cross to
forgive us of our sin, even the sin
of selfishness.
Not long ago, I read the
following article from a
book that stuck in my
S mind about selfishness.
i The title of the article was
"Abandon Ship".
"The ominous, frightful
-^ command, 'Abandon ship!'
was given. The so-called
:---- 'unsinkable ship' the
V. BRUCE Titanic was sinking.
FFIELD Then came the order,
the Pulpit 'Women and children
go to the lifeboats!'
The ship's band began to play
'Nearer My God to Thee.' There
were many deeds of heroism
and unselfishness that night,
but there was one exception.
What appeared to be a stooped
and feeble old lady, with a shawl
drawn,closely over her face and
shoulders, pressed with the
women and children toward a
lifeboat. A sharp-eyed officer
on the ship observed the agility
of the 'old woman.' He grabbed
the shawl and snatched it away,
uncovering the face, not of an
aged, decrepit grandmother, but
of a despicably selfish young man!
Pointing his pistol at the cowardly
fellow the officer commanded him
to go away."
Gladstone said: "The greatest
curse of the human race is
selfishness." We are naturally
selfish. Supernaturally, we
become unselfish. Let Jesus come
live in your heart and take away,
every trace of selfishness.
In conclusion, "Let selfishness
be crucified and slain, and buried
deep, and all in vain may efforts
be to rise again, unless to live for
others." Walter Knight
The Rev. Bruce Sheffield
is Pastor of the First United
Methodist Church of Crestview at
599 Eighth Ave., Crestview (phone
682-2018). Sunday morning.
worship is at 8 a.m. in the Chapel
and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary for
traditional services and at 9:12
a.m. in the Sanctuary for the
contemporary service. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m. in
the Sanctuary. Web site: www.
crestviewfumc.com. E-mail:
office@crestviewfumc.gccoxmail.
com.


7argie


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
"Carrie's Hope" truly lives
on in north Okaloosa County.
Planning is underway for the
2009 edition of the annual com-
munity outreach event. "Car-
rie's Hope" is named for the late
Carrie Fowler, who was active
in Emmanuel Baptist Church's
"Back to School" project.
The project is designed to
provide a full set of school sup-
plies, school or sports physical,
haircuts, basic manicures and
a new outfit for the first day. of
school for middle school and
high school students in need in
north Okaloosa County.
"Having worked in Title 1
schools (defined primarily by
having 51 percent or more, of
the students qualifying for free
or reduced lunch), I can tell you
that it's hard for a kid to focus
on a math lesson when some-
one has just made fun of him
because his shoes have holes in
them or because his jeans are
too short or the holes are un-
fashionably located," said Becky
Breda, a Carrie's Hope organiz-
er. "The, older the students get,
the harder it gets.
"The hope of the program
is that we can even the play-
ing field for that all-important
first day, and that we can set
the stage for a little extra confi-
dence that just might make the
difference between a student
feeling like they'll never make it
and feeling like they've got just


get ready to judge the middle
and high school 'books' by their
covers. The Bible isn't joking
when it says that man looks on
the outward appearance but
God looks on the heart."
An organizational meeting
was held Tuesday. You can con-
tact the organizers at carrie-
shope@cox.net or through the
"Carrie's Hope" Facebook page,
or call or call 682-6407 (between
8 a.m. and 8 p.m.).
Any donations of services or
merchandise made can receive
a receipt to use at tax time next
year.
Organizers also are in need
of:
Hairstylists (preferably li-
censed) to provide the haircuts
Nurses to help with the ini-
tial parts of the physical.
Businesses to donate goods
or funds to cover the hot dog
supper provided at the event
Volunteers to do the mani-
cures ("Nothing fancy just
giving them hands their mamas
can be proud of," Breda said).
Parking lot "directors" and
greeters,
Churches and businesses
to sponsor/host an "apple tree"
And of course, folks to take
the students' pertinent informa-
tion and do the actual shopping
(or provide the funds for some-
one else to do so).
A similar event is planned in
Marylarid, where Carrie Fowl-
er's husband and children relo-
cated after the past school year
to be closer to family.


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports
NORTH OKALOOSA
BLOOD DRIVES: North-
west Florida Blood Services
is hosting the following blood
drives: today from 11 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Wal-Mart Supercent-
er in Crestview. Every donor will
receive a $10 gift card.
Another one is on Wednes-
day, July 15 from 1 to 6 p.m. at
Woodlawn Baptist. Church, 824N
Ferdon Street, Crestview.
CRESTVI EW TOASTMAS-
TERS: The Crestview Toast-
masters club will meet on July
14 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Liumdy and
Bowers.296 S Ferdon Blvd Any-
one who would like to improve
his or her public speaking ability
is invited to visit and learn how.
Contact Crestviewtoastmaster-
kathy,.&'yahoo.com for more in-
formation, or call 865-6993.
FRIENDS OF THE LI-
BRARY MEETING: The
Friends of the Crestview Li-
brary will meet at the Golden
Asian Buffet on U.S. Highway
85 on Thursday Jultdy 16, at 10:30
a.m.
Featured speaker Joe Barley
will discuss his genealogy trip to
Germany last year. As always,
the public is invited.
JOBS FAIR: The City of
Crestview will host the North
Okaloosa Career & Job Fair
July 15 at the Crestview Com-
munity Center, 1446 Commerce
Drive in Cresthiew. This event
will start at 10 a.m. and run


until 2 p.m. Approximately 50
employers will be present rep-
resenting defense contractors,
aviation, manufacturing, law
enforcement, medical and many
other career fields. This job fair
is completely tree to employers
arid the public. Seminars will be
offered on civil service applica-
tion, job search, resume writing.
interviewing techniques, and
other topics.
Employers will have access
to highly motivated military and
civilian applicants from the lo-
cal area. This is an oliportunity
for companies to recruit some
of the most highly qualified, de-
greed. and technically skilled,
professional personnel in the
Southeast.
Employers may register by
calling 4850) 729-5227 or (850')
833-7587 X211 or X229 or e-mail-
ing ltiptonijobsplus02.com or
jmcdanieldijobsplus02.com.
-This event is sponsored by
the city ot Crestview in partner-
ship with Northwest Florida
State College, JobsPlus Work-
force Development Board of
Okaloosa and Walton Counties
and the Crestview Chamber of
Commerce.
FAMILY REUNION &
BIRTHDAY PARTY: On July
19 the Williams family will host a
family reunion from 10 to 2 p.m
The event is also a celebration of
Sarah Williams's 90th birthday
The covered dish luncheon is
open to family and friends. De-
tails: Barb Henderson, 682-1459.


FIRST TUESDAY LEC-
TURES: at the Crestview li-
brary on Commerce Drive are
held at 10:30 a.m. Upcoming pro-
gramns include the following:
Aug. -1, Aerodynamics for
Dummies: Folding and Flying
Paper Airplanes, with Laurel
Hill author and engineer Ken
Blackburn.
Exploring Folk Musical
Instruments with the Pelican
Pickers.
For details visit www.cityof-
crestview.org library htm iun-
der "Programs & Serx~ces"i
Phone: 682-4432.
CHEERLEADER FUND-
RAISER: The Davidson Middle
School Cheerleaders will be
holding a multi family yard sale
on Saturday; July 18 at Premier
Community Bank next to Wings
of Fire off of the U.S. Highways
85 and 90 intersection'.
Hours will be 7 a.m. until ap-
proximately noon. There is no
rain day scheduled.
HEAD OF HOUSE BAN-
QUET: Velma KI Conyers
Chapter #7 Order of the East-
ern Stars will hold its annual
Head of House Banquet on Aug.
I at 6 p.m The event will be held
at the Old Spanish Trail Sluine
Club, 971 W James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL Tickets are $15
or donations are tax deductible.
All funds will go to the Velma
K. Conyers Chapter #7. OES
scholarship fund. For infonna-
tion contact Mary Haynes at
682-6043


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else."
"Carrie's Hope" is supported
by a number of churches in the
area, including Emmanuel Bap-
tist Church, New Beginnings
Church and First United Meth-
odist Church, and numerous lo-
cal businesses.
The program works much
like the Salvation Army's An-
gel Tree program, and will be
known as "The Apple Tree Proj-
ect" starting with the 2010-11
school year.
You can still contribute to
the "Carrie's Hope" effort in the
weeks leading up to the August
supply delivery event.
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a coat to ward off the cold) for
the "least,' we do for Him," Bre-
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4 1 Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Saturday, July 11, 2009


Crestview City Council AGENDA


The Crestview city council meets ment to Section 102-129, Districts
at 6 p.m. Monday in council cham- and Boundaries, Article VII, Land
bers at City Hall. The public is in- Use, Type, Density, intensity zoning
vited and encouraged to attend. and regulatory controls of Chap-
A public budget workshop is ter 102 of the Code of Ordinances
scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Tuesday also Second Reading.
in council chambers. b. Ordinance #1425 Right-of-Way
Vacation of the undeveloped portion
REGULAR AGENDA of Martin Street North of James
1. Approval of Consent Agenda. Lee Boulevard (U.S. Highway 90).
2. Presentation of Service Awards Requested by Southern Boys In-
- Mayor Cadle. vestment Group II, LLC and J. D.
3. Monthly Drawing President Wingard, Jr. LPA for #09-03. Second
Allen. Reading and Adoption. (See projects
4. Public Hearing: .from April TRC & LPA for Council
a. Ordinance #1418 Amend- Meetings in June 2009 Booklet.)


c. Ordinance #1427 Rezoning of
the South 15 feet of Lot 20, Lots 21
through 29, and the vacated alleyway
lying adjacent to Lots 23 through 26,
Block 4, Jack Kennedy Subdivision.
Requested by Crestview Woodlawn
Baptist Church, Property Owner, by
Jay Terrell, Trustee. Second Read-
ing and Adoption. (See Projects
from May TRC & LPA for Council
Meetings in June 2009 Booklet.)
5. New Business:
a. Adoption of a Tentative Mill-
age Rate Finance Director.
b. Restoration of Amtrak Service
- Mayor Cadle.


c. Ordinance #1417 Amend--
ment to Section 102-151, Provide
labor intensive transportation fa-
cilities and sufficient parking facili-
ties, Article VIII, Traffic Circulation
of Chapter 102 of the Code of Ordi-
nances First Reading.
d. Discuss approval of Letter to
Col. McClintock regarding west side
alternate route discussions Ad-
ministrative Services.
e. Budget Consideration for Main
Street Area Improvements Main
Street Crestview Association.
f. Set time for Workshop to dis-
cuss Ordinance #1417.


Read more about
this item: "Discuss
approval of Letter to Col.
McClintock regarding
west side alternate route
discussions" online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
g. Historic Preservation Board
appointment (Clyde Hayes term to
expire July 24, 2009) Councilman
Grandberry.
6. Mayoral Report.
7. Business from the Floor.


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Special to the News Bulletin
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will host the North Oka-
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Wednesday at the Crest-
view Community Center.
This event will start at 10
a.m. and run until 2 p.m..
Approximately 50 employ-
ers will be present, repre-
senting defense contrac-
tors, aviation, manufac-
turing, law enforcement,
medical and many other
career fields. Educational
opportunities also will be
represented.
The career fairis open to
the public. All are invited.
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VOTE from page 1


3-2 to proceed with plans
to build the courthouse
annex extension building
at the Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds. In conjunc-
tion with the new annex
extension building, com-
missioners voted to ex-
pand the Crestview Court-
house building to add two
more courtrooms to the
facility. The cost to build
an annex extension at the
fairgrounds has been esti-
mated at $28 million.
Harris and commission-
er Don Amunds voted no.
Bill Roberts, John Jannazo
and James Campbell were
in favor.
"I'm so against it, it's
unbelievable," Harris said.
"I'm really frustrated with
the vote.
"The comment I made
was, our constituents are
telling us 'no.' The com-
ment made to me was,
'We're a representative
form of government, and it
doesn't matter what (con-
stituents) say. We know
better."'
Harris said he would
have preferred to upgrade
existing facilities to accom-
modate future growth.
"And my comment was,
'If you're going to spend
that money, it had better be
spent on the county seat,"'
Harris said.
Harris conceded there
"is no better time to build."
He cited various recent lo-
cal projects that cost far
less than initially project-
ed.
"Now it's up to you folks
to let the other commis-
sioners know because
they represent all of you -
how you feel," Harris told
the committee. "Let them
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Harris said the coun-
ty's budget for the 2009-10
fiscal year will be $247 mil-
lion, down from more than
$300 million in fiscal 2008-
09.
Harris was awaiting pa-
perwork that will project
specific areas that could be
cut.
He encouraged north
county citizens to attend
the budget reviews in Crest-
view scheduled at 6 p.m.
July 16 and at 1 p.m. Aug.
4. A budget public hearing
in Crestview is at 6 p.m.
Sept. 8. All of the Crestview
meetings will take place at
the Crestview courthouse.
"If you have interest in
your dollars, and they are
your dollars, you need to
be there," Harris said. "We
need to look at everything
and not be adversarial.
Leave no stone unturned."
Harris said county
Public Works Director
Danielle Slaterpryce an-
nounced her resignation.
Slaterpryce will stay with
the county until a replace-
ment is found. Hlarris said
the county will conduct a
national .search for a re-
placement.
Harris said he and
Crestview Mayor David Ca-
dle have talked about ways
to improve Okaloosa Lane,
currently a dirt road to the
east of the new Riverside
Elementary and Shoal Riv-
er Middle School. Okaloosa
Lane is a county road.
Harris said the school
district is "moving forward"
to pave the road from Red-
stone Avenue to Serenity
Lane.
Harris, listed Fairchild
Road and Hare Street as
other high-priority fixes,
as improvements to those
roads could lead to further
economic development at
the nearby Bob Sikes Air-
port.
Harris reiterated an
earlier announcement that
he plans to form a citizens
advisory committee of five
to 10 people in the near fu-
ture.

Future meetings
of the Crestview
Area Chamber
of Commerce
Government Issues
Committee will be at
8 a.m. the second
Wednesday of the
month at the chamber.
Daniel Bowers Sr.
will be the Aug. 12
speaker.


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Crestview News Bulletin I s


It was love at first
write.
Francis and Mary Lou-
ise Sisson celebrated their
66th. wedding anniversary
with a surprise party at
Shoal Creek.Rehabilitation
Center on Tuesday.
The Sissons were mar-
ried July 8, 1943, after a
seven-month courtship via
the postal service.
"Her brother and I were
in the (Air Corps) ser-
vice in Colorado," Francis
recalled. "Right around
Christmas we were sitting


around and telling stories
and showing pictures, and
he showed me her picture.
There were three of us,
and all three of us wrote
to her. She kept writing to
me, and I was the one she
ended up with!"
Francis, a native of Itha-
ca, N.Y, proposed to Mary
Louise in a letter. The cou-
ple did not meet in person
until the day before their
wedding in Mary Louise's
hometown of Roanoke, Va.
"My brother had al-
ready said he was such


a nice guy," Mary Louise
said. "He said to be sure to
get some nice stationery
and write back."
Francis was, 19 and
Mary Louise was 17 when
they were married.
"After we were married,
I never sent her another
letter!" Francis said.
The Sissons have four
children Sherry, Linda,
Gary and Cinda. They have
11 grandchildren,- many
great-grandchildren and
one great-great-grand-
child.


Engagements
Redding-Del Pozo
Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Redding of
Oglethorpe, Ga., and Marsha Copeland
of Ridgecrest, Calif., announce the en-
A* gagement of their daughter, Miranda, to
Heath Del Pozo. Miranda is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Anders
of Florence, Ala., and Ms. Charlotte Bo-
drey of Ideal, Ga. Heath is the son of Mike
Del Pozo and Belinda Smith of Crestview
and the grandson .of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
S Del Pozo of Crestview, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Eisenburg of Brewton, Ala.
4 Miranda is a graduate of Macon
r.i| "County High School and graduated with
a Bachelor of Science from Georgia
Southwestern State University in Ameri-
ecus, Ga. Heath is a graduate of Crest-
-iew High School and graduated with his
Associate of Science from Lurleen B.
Wallace Jr. College, in Andalusia, Ala.,
The wedding with family is planned
for Aug. 28 and a reception with family
and friends will be Aug. 29.

Wise-Hester
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wise of Crestview,
are pleased to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Krista Lauren, to
Matthew Timothy Hester, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tim Hester of Crestview.
Krista is the granddaughter of Rich-
ard and Edna (Lester) Freiberg and the
late Mr. Charles Lester of Winter Haven
and Mr. and Mrs. John Wise of Crestview.
- Matt is the grandson of the late Ernest
and Katie Walden of the New Harmony
community and the late Charles and
Martha Hester of Mobile, Ala.
Krista, a 2006 Honors and Senior Su-
perlatiVe graduate of Crestview High
School, is currently a senior at Florida
Sfate University. She will graduate in De-
cember 2009 from the College of Nursing.
She is a member of Woodlawn Baptist
Church in Crestview.
Matt, a 2005 Honors and Senior Su-
perlative graduate of Crestview High
School, is currently a senior at Florida.
State University. He will graduate in De-
,cember 2009 with a major in psychology
and a minor in physics. He is also a mem-
ber of Woodlawn Baptist Church.
A Christmas wedding is being planned
for Dec. 19 at Woodlawn, with a reception
following at the.Crestview Community
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Smith earns
nursing degree
Friends and family
extend'their congratula-
tions to John A. Smith,
who graduated recently
from Phillips Communi-
ty College of the Univer-
sity of Arkansas, Helena
campus. with a degree
in Nursing.
John was twice pn the
Dean's List. president of
the PCCUA Freshmen
Nursing Class 21)2007-
2008, and was inducted
to the International
Honor Society of Phi
Theta Kappa for his ex-
emplary leadership and
academic excellence
throughout the rigor-
ous nursing program.
He plans to continue ad-
vanced studies after he
receives Board of Nurs-
ing licensure.
He said he will later
pursue a career as a
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excelled academically
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toward his degree in
nursing. His parents are
Flordeliza and Floyd
Smith Jr.

officer like his father.
Floyd Smith Jr, himself
a Bachelor of Science
in Nursing graduate
from Auburn University.


His mother, Flordeliza
Smith, is also an ac-
complished professional
with a bachelor's degree
in mass communica-
tions from the Universi-
ty of the Philippines and
a Bachelor of Science in
Education English from
La Concordia in Makati,
Manila. Philippines. She
retired after a long ca-
reer as a broadcaster
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educatpr (U.S. DOD
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Both parents are
John's role models in
humility, treating people
with equal dignity and
respect, and always
fighting for what is
right.
John was a member
of the Big Red Machine
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Visitors help enjoy


nature's bounty


Our faithful elm tree
continues to provide
shade for the house,
but again this season I
see a few dying leaves
in several places. Last
year the leaves
started fluttering
to the ground in
late August. We
selfishly hope it
lives many more
years. Our trees
are treasured and
valued for their UPONI
shade and breezy Estell
waving leaves on a
hot summer day.
The elm tree gets a
daily inspection as I enjoy
the front porch swing and
the breeze from the tree.
The singing birds and
frisky squirrels rival my
joy as they scramble up
the big limbs.
The birds are having
a daily blueberry field day.
It's a good thing I have
always believed in sharing!
Last weekend visiting
grandson and family
- Greg, Denise and the
triple As Austin, Alisha
and Ashlyn arrived for
a few days. On Friday Ray
and Mary Beth Howell
from Pensacola, their
daughter Laurie Lazear
and children Michael and
Allison, from Virginia,
visited in the berry patch.
We picked enough berries
for Denise to make many
pies in Georgia.
Laurie will return
for her fair share
of berries in a few
days. The kids had I
a great time hot-
rod driving the golf
cart.
Our staunch KAT
fig tree is loaded McM
with fruit ... soon
I will move on to making
my favorite preserves,
remembering my mother's
unbeatable fig preserves.
Laurie brought me a jar of
her delicious homemade
sweet pickles made by
her recipe, and I felt like
I was in Mama's kitchen
again! Seldom can those
memories be matched.
A long row of
scuppernong vines are
sagging under pressure
of ripening fruit.
However, I don't make
the scuppernong cobblers
Mama used to make. They
need to be enjoyed at the
vines where the seeds can
be disposed of easily!
Doug is doing well
at Carington Manor in


Crestview. His smile is
returning and visits are
pleasant. We appreciate
the prayers, support and
concern of our friends
and family. He enjoyed
a visit with the
grandchildren and
great-grands last
Sunday. I am very
impressed with the
staff at Carington
Manor and the
beautiful facility on
THE HILL East James Lee
le Rogers Boulevard.
The
Alzheimer Support group
will meet Thursday
at Laurel Hill's First
Baptist Church activities
building at 2 p.m. You
are encouraged to attend
one of these support
group meetings with your
neighbors going through
similar situations. Please
mark your calendar for.
this special monthly event.
For more information call
Support Group leader
Carolyn Williams at 850-
598-1057.
The Laurel Hill-
Toppers will meet July
21 at the Laurel Hill Grill
at 11 a.m. This is a small
neighborhood group
welcoming others to join
them for a dutch treat
fellowship lunch in the
private Hobo room. Join
us for hearty laughs and
ice cream cones!
Happy
Birthday to the
lovely Co-Queen
of the Red Hat
Society, Gallery
Gals of Laurel
Hill, Kathleen
McMichael, July
HLEEN 14!


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Department welcomes
good men and women
to their team. Citizens
never know when their
services will be needed.
Fire Chief Jeff Sory has a
dedication to the citizens
of our small city, but he
needs help from able-
bodied neighbors with the
same dedication. Not only
do they fight'fires, when
an emergency call comes
from a resident, first
responders arrive before
an ambulance can drive
from Crestview. Thanks to
a great group of neighbors.
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all things that thou
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To minimize the effects
of ID theft, self-detection
is the best protection.
Monitor your account
balances and activity.
at least weekly. This
will help you catch the
fraud early. Access your
account through the
Internet or by telephone
rather than waiting for a
paper statement. If you
do not have access to
online accounts, review
mailed bank and credit
card statements monthly.
You have 30 days from
the date of your bank
statement to report check
fraud 60 days to report
credit card fraud and
the most for which you
will be liable is $50.
Monitor your credit
report at least annually.
Since it is harder to
detect someone using
your identity to open
new accounts, reviewing
your credit report is
crucial. You can get a free
report each year from


the three credit agencies
(Equifax, Experian &
TransUnion) at a single
phone number, 1-877-322-
8228, or the Web site www.
annualcreditreport.com
online, (but do not use
any other Web site you
may receive.) Space the
three reports out over the
year instead of getting all
three at once.
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bills online or through
automated plans. You
can safely pay bills online
through secure Internet
sites or use automated
plans. Password-protect
your computer and
sensitive files; ensure
your computer has
a firewall to protect
from Internet attacks;
regularly update your
anti-virus/anti-spyware
software; keep your
operating system security
features current; and
turn off your computer
when not in use.
For assistance call the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office Fraud Hotline: 850-
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Deputy, dispatcher get 'Thumbs Up' from county


Florida Freedom Newspapers

Okaloosa County Sher-
iff's Deputy Mike Smith
says a 911 medical emer-
gency call he responded
to June 26 turned into "an
absolutely incredible expe-
rience."
Smith helped Jenni-
fer Smith of Clark Drive
in Fort Walton Beach de-
liver a healthy 8-pound,
14-ounce baby boy. He was
assisted by instructions
given over the radio by
Okaloosa County 911 dis-
patcher Ed Parr.
Both Smith and Parr
on Tuesday received a
"Thumbs Up" award for a
job well done by Dino Vil-
lani, director of the Oka-
loosa County Department
of Public Safety.
Deputy Smith came on
board the Okaioosa County
Sheriff's Office 18 months
ago, after retiring from his
job as a security police of-
ficer at Hurlburt Field. He
says he watched his own
four children come into the
world, but this spur-of-the-
moment, hands-on experi-
ence was very different.
Deputy Smith says he
simply focused on keeping
the mother calm and luck-
ily had no time to get ner-
vous or stressed.
When Jennifer. Smith
went into labor, her hus-
band, Ken, dialed 911 and
was connected to Parr,
who began giving child-


SUBMITTED PHOTO I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
THUMBS UP: From left are dispatcher Ed Parr, Jennifer and Adam Smith, Ken
Smith and Deputy Mike Smith (no relation).


birth instructions. With
Parr's help, Ken was able
position his wife on the
floor with her head elevat-
ed. He also gathered tow-
els and a shoestring to tie
off the umbilical cord if the
baby was born before help
arrived.
"He was very calm,
which made my job a lot
easier," Parr said.
After Deputy Smith
arrived, Parr continued
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deputy could hear, too. He
warned the men the baby
would be slippery and they
should support his head
and shoulders.
Smith went into the
house at 3:17 a.m. Adam
Smith officially arrived a
mere eight minutes later,
at 3:25 a.m.
"That was a great re-
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one, he had a great airway
and the weight came off
my shoulders."
Adam's parents say the


baby is doing great. In fact,
Adam, his parents, grand-
mother, and big sister Ad-
dison were all on hand for
the awards presentation
Tuesday morning at the
Communications Center
in Crestview.
Sheriff Ed Spooner and
Chief Deputy Larry Ashley
were also on hand for the
successful delivery cel-
ebration.
See a video of the
awards ceremony atwww.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


GROUP PHOTO: Attendees at the Fit, Focused and Fired Up! camp took a break for a group photo.


FIT from page 12


The turnout for the first-
year program was more than
Kimbrough could have imagined.
"I was hoping for 10 or 15," she
said.
Instead, she doubled that
number, with an average of 30 in
attendance for each session.
The strong turnout for the
summer program has Kimbrough
thinking about holding similar
camps a few Saturdays during the
school year.
The different age groups
seemed to take different things
from the camp.
"The older girls, it seems
like they understand (the self-
worth and character things),"
Kimbrough said. "The younger
girls are here to have fun, and they
have had a lot of fun."
The Bulldog cheerleaders
worked hard with their coach to
ensure the success of the camp.
"I have had tons of volunteers
from my cheerleaders,"


Kimbrough said. "Some of them.
I've had to turn away and say, 'Not
today.'
"They've had as much fun as
the little girls. The day we did
Zumba, that new aerobics, I think
mny girls. had more fun doing it with
the little girls than the little girls
had themselves."
The most surprising thing to
come out of the program was how
much the parents appreciated the
focus on the young women.
"I had the parents come to
me and say there's not much
around here that is, No. 1, free
for them to do,, that lasts this long
and is promoting a girl becoming
involved," Kimbrough said.
Kimbrough plans to hold the,
camp next summer.
"We have absolutely enjoyed it,
and we hope to keep doing it," she
said.
See more photos from the Fit,
Focused and Fired Up! camp at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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I bring in is in the area of
strength and conditioning,"
he said, "I'm going to try
and.add a very strong com-
ponent of strength develop-
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an already fairly successful,
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will try to find some help
from some volunteers that
have already come forward
and offered their assistance
with some of the technical
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One of Panucci's big-
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Panucci's first priority is
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As Panucci puts his own
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"I don't want to change
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"Having that family atmo-
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FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NUM-
BER 09-CP-716 DIVI-
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IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES ANDERSON
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NOTICE TO CREDI-
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TOO ALL. PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The ancillary adminis-
tration of the estate of
Charles Anderson
Kelle deceased Case


OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-001442
vs.
DIVISION:
JASON DENNIS
KYPROS et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
JASON DENNIS
KYPROS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4 6
GILMORE AVENUE
SANTA RITA,' GUI
969151'157


Jfls CURRENT ADDRESS:
number 09-CP-716, is CURRENTADDRESS:
pending in the Circuit UNKNOWN
Court Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro- ANY AND ALL UN-
bate Division, the ad- KNOWN PARTIES
dress of which is 101 CLAIMING .BY,
East James Lee Boule- THROUGH, UNDER,
vard, Crestview, Florida AND AGAINST THE
32536. The names and HEREIN NAMED INDI-
addresses of. the ancil- VIDUAL DEFEND-
lary personal repre- ANT(S) WHO ARE
tentative and personal NOT KNOWN TO BE
representative's attor- DEAD OR' ALIVE,
ney are set forth below. WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN "' PARTIES
ALL INTERESTED PER- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
SONS 'ARE NOTIFIED TEREST AS SPOUSE,
THAT: HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
All creditors of the de- OTHER CLAIMANTS
cedent and other per- LAST
sons having claims or LAST KNOWN AD-
demands, against DRESS:UNKNOWN
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this CURRENT ADDRESS:
notice is served within UNKNOWN
three months after the
date of the first publica- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
tion of this notice must that an action to fore-
file their claims with this close a mortgage on
Court WITHIN THE the following property
LATER 'OF THREE in OKALOOSA County,
MONTHS 'AFTER THE Florida:
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF LOT 18, BLOCK 24,
THIS NOTICE OR PLAT 15, VALPA-
THIRTY DAYS AFTER- RAISO, ACCORDING
THE DATE OF SERV- TO THE .MAP OR
ICE OF A COPY OF PLAT THEREOF AS
THIS NOTICE OF RECORDED IN PLAT
THEM. BOOK 1, PAGE (S)
154, PUBLIC REC-
All other creditors of ORDS OF'OKALOOSA
the decedent and per- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
sons having claims
against the estate, of has, been filed against
the decedent must'file you and you are re-
'their claimed with this quired to serve a copy
Court WITHIN THREE of your written de-
MONTHS AFTER THE fenses, if any, on or
DATE OF THE FIRST before August 62009,,
PUBLICATION OF on Florida Default Law
THIS NOTICE. Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- dress is 9119 Corpo-
MANDS NOT SO FILED rate Lake Drive, Suite
WILL BE FQREVER 300, Tampa,' Florida
BARRED. 33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court el-
The date of ',the first their before service on
publication, of this No- Plaintiff's attorney or
twice is July 4, 2009. immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
Attorney for Ancillary be entered against you
Personal Representa- for the relief demanded
tive:. in the Complaint or pe-
GARY B. LEUCHTMAN tition.
Florida Bar No. 342262
Beggs & Lane This notice shall be
Post Office Box 12950 published once each
Pensacola, Florida week for two consecu-
32591-2950 tive weeks in [the Ciest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
Do Something on this 22 day of June,
Good For
Don W. Howard
Tomorrow Clerk of the Court
By; Beth McDonald
RECYCLE As Deputy Clerk
TOD-AY T Invoice to & Copy to:
TODAY Florida Default Law
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
L.P N/K/A BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
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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, FI
32548
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a rportgage 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-
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of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before August 7,2009
on Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, 1 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-
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the seal of this Court
on this 23 day of June,
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**See Americans with ING A/K/A JASMINE M. MELISSA L. DYE; CONCAVE TO THE 32539 Crestview, FL,
Disabilities Act LEWIS-DREADING MORTGAGE ELEC- SOUTHWEST, SAID 32536-3515; telephone
IMPORTANT A/K/A JASMINE MADE- TRONIC REGISTRA- CURVE HAVING A Any person claiming number (850)
L I N E TION SYSTEMS, IN- DELTA ANGLE OF 91 an interest in the sur- 689-5000, Extension
In accordance with the LEWIS-DREADING et CORPORATED AS DEGREES 00 MIN- plus from the sale, if 7497, prior to the pro-
Americans with Disa- al, NOMINEE FOR UTES 00 SECONDS any, other than the ceeding. or Shalimar
abilities Act, persons Defendant(s). FOUNDATION FINAN- AND A RADIUS OF property owner as of (850) 651-7497
with disabilities need- CIAL SERVICES, INC.; 245.00 FEET; THENCE the date of the Lis
ing special accommo- are the Defendants, I ALONG ARC OF SAID Pendens must file a IMPORTANT
dation to participate in' NOTICE OF ACTION will sell to the highest CURVE 213.20 FEET claim within sixty (60)
this proceeding should TO: and best bidder for TO THE P. T. OF days after the sale. In accordance with
contact Court Adminis- GUELLERMO DIAZ cash' at CRESTVIEW: AFORESAID CURVE; the Americans with Dis-
tration at 101 James LAST KNOWN AD- IN FRONT OF CLERK'S THENCE SOUTH 47 WITNESS MY HAND abilities Act, persons
Lee Boulevard East, DRESS: UNKNOWN FRONT DOOR OF THE DEGREES 51 MIN- and the seal of this with disabilities need-
Crestview, FL, OKALOOSA COUNTY UTES 30 SECONDS Court on June 30, ing special accommo-
32536-3515; telephone CURRENT ADDRESS: COURTHOUSE at WEST 294.91 FEET; 2009. dation to participate in
number (850) UNKNOWN 11:00AM, on the 30 day THENCE NORTH 42 this proceeding should
689-5000, Extension of July, 2009, the fol- DEGREES 00 Don W. Howard contact Court Adminis-
7497, prior to the pro- ANY AND ALL UN- lowing described prop- MINUTES 30" SEC- Clerk of the Circuit tration at 1250 N. Eglin
ceeding. or Shalimar KNOWN PARTIES erty as set forth in said ONDS WEST 300.00 Court Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
(850) 651-7497 CLAIMING BY, Final Judgment: FEET TO THE POINT 32579; telephone num-
THROUGH, UNDER, OF BEGINNING. By:Viki Jackson ber (850) 651-7497,
IMPORTANT AND AGAINST THE LOT 33, FOURTH AD- Deputy Clerk prior to the proceeding.
. HEREIN NAMED INDI- DITION TO NORTH- A/K/A 4271 Publish in Crestview 07/11/09
In accordance. with the VIDUAL DEFEND- VIEW, ACCORDING SUNDANCE WAY, News Bulletin- 07/18/09
Americans with Disa- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT TO THE PLAT HOLT, FL 32564 Invoice To: Florida De-
bilities Act, ,persons KNOWN TO BE DEAD THEREOF, RE- fault Law Group, RL. '
with disabilities need- OR ALIVE, WHETHER CORDED IN PLAT Any person claiming an RO. Box 25018 Legal # 100716
ing special accommo- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- BOOK 13, PAGES 22 interest in.the surplus Tampa, Florida
dation to participate in TIES MAY CLAIM AN AND 23, OF THE PUB- from the sale, if any, 33622-5018 IN THE CIRCUIT
this proceeding should INTEREST AS LIC RECORDS OF other than the property F 0 7 0 0 0 2 8 5 COURT OF THE
contact Court Adminis- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- OKALOOSA COUNTY, owner as of the date of ALT-CONV-R-vbonitto FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin VISEES, GRANTEES, FLORIDA the Lis Pendens must **See Americans with CUlT
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, OR OTHER CLAIM- file a claim within sixty Disabilities Act IN AND FOR
32579; telephone num- ANTS A/K/A 167 NUN (60) days after the sale. IMPORTANT OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ber (850) 651-7497, DRIVE, CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
prior to the proceeding. LAST KNOWN AD- FL 32536 WITNESS MY HAND In accordance with CIVIL ACTION
07/04/09 DRESS: UNKNOWN and the seal of this the Americans with Dis-
07/11/09 Any person claiming'Court on June 30, abilities Act, persons US BANK NATIONAL
CURRENT ADDRESS: an Interest in the sur- 2009. with disabilities need- ASSOCIATION, AS
UNKNOWN plus from the sale, if Don W. Howard ing special acconimo- TRUSTEE FOR MASTR
Legal # 100706 any, other than the Clerk of the Circuit dation to participate in ASSET BACKED SE-
Legal# 100706 property owner as of Court this proceeding should CURITIES TRUST,
IN THE CIRCUIT YOU ARE NOTIFIED the date of the Lis contact Court Adminis- 2006-FRE2,
COURT OF THE JUDI- that an action to fore- Pendens must file a ByViki Jackson tration at 101 James Plaintiff,
CALCIRCUIT, IN AND close a mortgage on claim within sixty (60) Deputy Clerk Lee Boulevard East, CASE NO,:
FOR OKALOOSA the following property days after the sale. Publish in Crestview. Crestview, FL, 46-2009-CA-003299
COUNTY, FLORIDA in OKALOOSA County, News Bulletin 32536-3515; telephone vs.
CASE NO.: Florida: WITNESS MY HAND Invoice To: Florida De- number (850) DIVISION:
46-2009-CA-002212 and the seal of this fault Law Group, PL. 689-5000, Extension
46-2009-CA-002212 LOT 41, WILDWOOD Court on June 30, RO. Box 25018 7497, prior to the pro- MARCUS L. WARD et
THE BANK OF NEW GABLES PHASE 1, '2009. Tampa, Florida ceeding. .or Shalimar al,
YORK MELLON FKA ACCORDING TO THE 33622-5018 (850) 651-7497 Defendant(s).
THE BANK OF NEW PLAT THEREOF AS Don W. Howard F 0 7 0 2 1 5 7 5
YORK AS r TRUSTEE RECORDED IN PLAT Clerk of the Circuit NMNC-FHA-R-khart- IMPORTANT
FOR THE CERTIFI- BOOK 19, PAGE 78, Court *Maier NOTICE OF ACTION
CAT E H O L D E R S PUBLIC RECORDS By:Viki Jackson **See Americans with In accordance with
CWALT, INC. ALTER- OF OKALOOSA Deputy Clerk Disabilities Act the Americans with Dis- TO:
NATIVE LOAN TRUST COUNTY, FLORIDA IMPORTANT abilities' Act, persons JULIE CAMPBELL
'2005-32T1 MORT- Publish in Crestview with disabilities need- A/K/A JUIJE SMART
2005-32T1 MOR has been filed against News Bulletin In accordance with ing special accommo- LAST KNOWN AD-
PASS-THROUGH CER- you and you are re- Invoice To: Florida De- the Americans with Dis- dation to participate in DRESS: 3831 IN-
TIFICATES, SERIES' quired to serve a copy fault Law Group, PL. abilities Act, persons this proceeding should DIlO CIR
2005-32T1, of your. written de- RO. Box 25018 with disabilities need- contact Court Adminis- DESTIN, FL
PLAINTIFF senses, if any, on or Tampa, Florida ing special accommo- tration at 1250 N. Eglin 32541-2022
before August 13,2009 33622-5018 dation to participate in Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
VS. on Florida Default Law F 0 7 0 3 5 7 5 6 this. proceeding should 32579; telephone num- CURRENT ADDRESS:
Group, PL., Plaintiff's NMNC-FNMA-R-khart- contact Court Adminis- ber (850) 651-7497, UNKNOWN
WRAY, KIM1BERLY S, attorney, whose ad- maier tration at 101 James prior to the proceeding.
WRAY, KIMBERLY S. dress is 9119 Corpo- **See Americans with Lee Boulevard East, 07/11/09 ANY AND ALL UN-
DEFENDANTS rate Lake Drive, Suite Disabilities Act Crestview, FL, 07/18/09 KNOWN PARTIES
300, Tampa, 'Florida IMPORTANT 32536-3515; telephone CLAIMING BY,
NOTICE OFACTION 33634, and file the prig- number (850) THROUGH, UNDER,
final with this Court ei- r In accordance with 689-50D0, Extension AND AGAINST THE
TO: the'r before service on the Americans with Dis- 7497, prior to the pro- Legal #100715 HEREIN NAMED INDI-
KIMBERLYS. WRAY Plaintiff's attorney or abilities Act, persons ceeding. or Shalimar VIDUAL DEFEND-
520 SANTA ROSA immediately thereafter; with disabilities need- (850)651-7497 IN THE CIRCUIT ANT(S) WHO ARE
BLVD UNIT 110 otherwise a default will ing special accommo- COURT OF THE NOT KNOWN TO BE
FT WALTON BEACH be entered against you dation to participate in IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- DEAD. OR ALIVE,
FL 32548 for the Telief demanded this proceeding should CUlT WHETHER SAID UN-
in the Complaint or pe- contact Court Adminis- In accordance with IN AND FOR KNOWN PARTIES
DAVID A. WRAY tuition. tration at 101 James the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, MAY CLAIM AN IN-
.520 SANTA ROSA Lee- Boulevard East, abilities Act, persons FLORIDA TEREST AS SPOUSE,
BLVD UNIT 110 ROSAThis notice shall be Crestview, FL, with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION CAS E HEIRS, DEVISEES,
FT. WAILTON BEACH published once each 32536-3515; telephone ing special accommo- NO. 2007-CA-1459-C GRANTEES, OR
FL 32548 week for two consecu- number ,(850) dation to participate in OTHER CLAIMANTS
Stive weeks in the Crest- 689-5000, Extension this proceeding should SUNTRUST MORT-
AND TO: All persons view News Bulletin. 7497, prior to the pro- contact Court Adminis- GAGE, INC., LAST S KNOWN AD-
claiming an interest by,, WN m ceeding. or Shalimar tration at 1250 N. Eglin Plaintiff, DRESS:, UNKNOWN
through, under r WITNESS my hand and (850) 651-7497 Parkway; Shalimar, FL,
against the aforesaid the seal, of this Court 32579; telephone num- vs. CURRENT ADDRESS:
Defendantss. on this 29 day of June, IMPORTANT ber (850)' 651-7497, DIVISION UNKNOWN
2009.e n prior to the proceeding.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED In accordance with 07/11/09 SUSAN M. HILL A/K/A YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore- Don W. Howard the Americans with Dis- 07/18/09 SUSAN MICHELLE that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on Clerk of the Court abilities Act, persons HILL, et al, close a mortgage on
the following described By: Aunita Cantrall with. disabilities need- Defendant(s). the following property
property located in As Deputy Clerk ing special accommo- e in OKALOOSA County,
Okaloosa County Flor- Cedation to participate in Legal # 100714 NOTICE OF FORE- Florida:
ida: invoice to, & Copy to: this proceeding should ,- .., CLOSURE SALE
da Florida Default Law contact Court Adminis- IN THE CIRCUIT C LOT 43, ETRETAT, A
CONDOMINIUM PAR- Group, RL. tration at 1250 N. Eglin COURT OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY FRENCH VILLAGE,
CEL: UNIT NUMBER PO. Box 25018 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ACCORDING TO THE
110 ISLAND PRIN- Tampa, Florida 32579; telephone num- CUlT nal Judgment of Mort- PLAT THEREOF AS
,CESS, A CONDOMIN- 33622-5018 ber (850) 651-7497, IN AND FOR gage Foreclosure RECORDED IN PLAT
IUM ALL' AS SET CHASEDIRECT-CONV- prior to the proceeding. OKALOOSA COUNTY, dated June 26, 2009 BOOK 10, PAGES) 6,
FORTH IN THE DEC- abiven-F09037196 07/11/09 FLORIDA and entered in Case OF THE PUBLIC REC-
LARATION OF CON- **See Americans .with 07/18/09 CIVIL ACTION CASE No. 2007-CA-1459-C of ORDS OF OKALOOSA
DOMINIUM AND THE Disabilities Act NO. 2007-CA-396-C the Circuit Court of the COUNTY, FLORIDA.
EXHIBITS ANNEXED IMPORTANT FIRST Judicial Circuit
EXHIBITS ANNEXED IMPORTANT DEUTSCHE BANK NA- in and for OKALOOSA has been filed against
THERETO AND
FORMING A PART In accordance with Legal # 100713 TIONAL TRUST COM- County, Florida you and you are re-
THEREOF, AS RE- the Americans with Dis- PANY, AS TRUSTEE wherein SUNTRUST quired to serve a copy
RE INBOOK altesA ers s IN THE CIRCUIT FOR FIRST FRANKLIN MORTGAGE, INC., is of your written de-
l CORDED IN BOOK abilities Act, person COURT OFTHE MORTGAGE LOAN the Plaintiff and SU- tenses, if any, on or
22 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- UST 2006-FF1 SAN M. HILLA/K/A SU- before August 13,2009
OTHE PU C nation to participate in CUIT M R T G A G E SAN MICHELLE HILL; on Florida Default Law
ORDS OF OKALOOSA nation to participate in IN AND FOR PASS-THROUGH CER ar th Def antsLI ou o Llanff'
COUNTY, FLORIDA thi s proceeding should OKALOOSA COUNTY, TIFICATES, SERIES will sell to thehighest attorney, whose ad-
BEAMENDED FROM ration at 101 James FLORIDA 206FF1, and best bidder for dress is 9119 Corpo-
TIME TO TIME. TO- Lee Boulevard East, IPlaintiff,cash at CRESTVIEW: rate Lake Drive, Suite
GETHER WITH ALL Crestview, FL, WELLS FARGO BANK, vsID VSON IN FRONT OF CLERK'S 300, Tampa, Florida
OF ITS APPURTE- H 32536-3515; telephone WLLS FRONT DOOR OF THE 33634, and file the orig-
ING TO THE DECLA A 689-5000, Extension Plaintiff BRETT R GREEN, et COURTHOUSECOUNat their albeforeservice onei-
INGON T OFTHE DCONECLA- 7497 prior tothe ro- al, 11:00AM, on the 30 day Plaintiff's attorney or
RMINIATION. SUBJOF CONDO- ceeding or Shalimar CASE NO. Defendant(s). of July, 2009, the fol- immediately thereafter;
MINIUMHOWEVE, SUBJECT ceALL (850)65a1-749 2007-CA-003136-C lowing described prop- otherwise a default will
OF THE PROVISIONS vs. a erty as set forth in said be entered against you
OF THE DECLAPROVISIONSA- IMPORTANT DIVISION NOTICE OF FORE- Final Judgment: for the relief demanded
OF THE DECLARA- CLOSURE SALE in the Complaint or pe-
TION OF CONDOMIN- accordance WILLIAM M. BRUCE, et LOT 1, BLOCK 2, tuition.
IUM. In accordicance with D al, NOTICE IS HEREBY NORMANDY TER-
Sthe Americans with Dis-ons Defendant(s). GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- RACE, ACCORDING This notice shall be
has been filed against abilities Act, persons n nal Judgment of Mort- TO THE PLAT published once each
you, an you are re- ith disabilities need- NOTICE OF FORE- gage Foreclosure THEREOF AS RE- week for two consecu-
quired to serve a copy tion o special accomm-te n CLOSURE SALE dated June 26, 2009 CORDED IN PLAT tive weeks in the Crest-
of your written de- nation to participate in and entered in Case BOOK 2, PAGE 155, view News Bulletin.
fenses, if any, to it this this proceeding should NOTICE IS HEREBY No. 2007-CA-396-C of PUBLIC RECORDS
action, on Greenspoon contact Court Adm Ein GIVENpursuant toi a Fi- the Circuit Court of the OF OKALOOSA WITNESS my hand and
Marder, P.A., Default tratio at halimar1250 N. EgLnal Judgment of Mort- FIRST Judicial Circuit COUNTY, FLORIDA. the seal of this Court
Department, Attor- Parkway, Shalimar, FL gage Foreclosure in and for OKALOOSA on this 29 day of June,
neys for Plaintiff, 32579 telephone num- dated June 26, 2009 County Florida 2009.
whose address is (r80) ro51-d7497, and entered in Case wherein DEUTSCHE A/K/A 2556 Kingston
Trade Center South, prior tothe proceeding. No. 2007-CA-003136-C BANK NATIONAL Road, Crestview, FL Don W. Howard
Suite 700, 100 West 0/0 of the Circuit Court of TRUST COMPANY,- AS 32536 Clerk of the Court
Cypress Creek Road, 07/11/9 the FIRST Judicial Cir- TRUSTEE FOR FIRST By: Aunita Cantrall
Fort Lauderdale, FI 07/18/09 cuit in and for FRANKLIN MORT- Any person claiming As Deputy Clerk
33309, and file original _____________ OKALOOSA County, GAGE LOAN TRUST an interest in the sur-
with the Clerk within 30 Florida wherein WELLS 2006-FF1, MORTGAGE plus from the sale, If Invoice to & Copy to:
days after the first pub- Legal #100712 FARGO BANK, NA, is PASS-THROUGH CER- any, other than the Florida Default Law
location of this notice, the Plaintiff and WIL- TIFICATES, SERIES property owner as of Group, PL.
or on or before August IN THE CIRCUIT LIAM M. BRUCE; 2006-FF1, is the Plain- the date of the LIs RO. Box 25018
10, 2009; otherwise a COURTOFTHE AMANDA D. BRUCE; tiff and BRETT R. Pendens must file a Tampa, Florida
default and a judgment FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- are the Defendants, I GREEN; FIRST FRANK- claim within sixty (60) 33622-5018
may be entered against CUIT will sell to the highest LIN FINANCIAL COR- days after the sale. ASC-CONV-R-khart-
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handed in the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS MY HAND
AND SEAL OF SAID
COURT on this 24 day
of June, 2009.
As Clerk of said Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
07/04/09
07/11/09


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IN AND FORU anI esio iu, ,To
OKALOOSA COUNTY, cash at CRESTVIEW:
FLORIDA IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
CIVIL ACTION CASE FRONT DOOR OF THE
NO. 2007 CA 004729 OKALOOSA COUNTY
C COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 30 day
WELLS FARGO BANK, of July 2009, the follow-
NA, ing described property
Plaintiff, as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
vs.
DIVISION COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST COR-
MELISSA DYE A/K/A NER OF SECTION 10,
MELi-,A I r',r at al, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
,.lma,,.l,ll RANGE 25 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
NOTICE OF FORE- FLORIDA; THENCE
CLOSURE SALE RUN NORTH 1421 57
FEET, THENCE EAST
NOTICE IS HEREBY 1179.46 FEET TO THE
GIVEN pursuant to a Fl POINT OF BEGINN-
nal Judgment of Mort- ING: rHENCE NORTH
gage Foreclosure 47 DEGREES 51 MIN-


PORTION A/K/Af
FIRST FRANKLIN FI- WITNESS MY HAND
NANCIAL, A DIVISION and the seal of this
OF NAT CITY BANK OF Court on June 30,
IN; are the, Defend- 2009.
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid- Don W. Howard
der for cash at CREST- Clerk of the Circuit
VIEW: IN FRONT OF Court
CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF THE By:Vikik Jackson
OKALOOSA COUNTY Deputy Clerk
COURTHOUSE at Publish in Crestview
11:00AM, on the 30 day News Bulletin
of July, 2009, the fol- Invoice To: Florida De-
lowing described prop- fault LIA Giup RL.
erty as set forth in said RO. P.-. Ir.'
Final Judgment: Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
LOT 7, BLOCK 13, F 0 7 0 0 7 9 3 1
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NORTH, RANGE 22 IMPORTANT


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**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-.
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
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In accordance with vs.DIVISION: FL 32547 ATTORNEY WELLS FARGO BANK, PUBLOOSA CORUNTY Group, L., Plaintiff's In accordance with the
the Americans with Dis- p O R P E R T Y FOR PETITIONER- N.A., AS TRUSTEE UN- FOALOOSA COUNTY attorney, whose ad- Americans- with Disa- it
abilities Act, e SOLUTIONS-EMERAL& on or before July 31, DER THE POOLING FLORIDA. LESS AND attorney, whose ad- Americans with Disa- 1
abiith disabiies Act persons UTONS-ENC AS 2009, and file the orii AND SERVICING EXCEPT COMMENC- dress is 9119 Corpo- abilities Act, persons of
with disabilities heed- COAST, INCA T009 and with the Clerk ofrig ANDGREEMENT RELAT- ING AT THE NORTH- rate Lake Drive, Suite with disabilities need- o10
nation to particia accte in ommo- TRUSTEE OF THE nal wis Courith at the Clerk INof AGREEMENT RELAT- ERMOST CORNER OF 300, Tampa, Florida ing special accommo- er
nation tourtig A ins TRUSTpa # PR thi Okaloosa County CURED ASSETS COR- LOT 30 OF THE 33634, and file the orig- nation to participate in Fi
this prontaceeding should ins- E R T D kaloosa County CURED ASSETS COR- AMENDED PLAT OF inal with this Court ei- this proceeding should L(
contact 1250tAdmUinIs- E R T Courthouse Annex, PORATION; MORT- SOUT ND PHASE their before service on contact Court Adminis- Tt
raion at 1250 N. En SOLUTION Shalimar Florida eonthe G ASS-THROUGH C E V, ACCORDING TO Plaintiff's attorney or tration at 1250 N. Eglin O
Parkway, Shalimar, L, -EMERAL before service dn PASS-THROUGH CER-IES THE PAT THEREOF immediately thereafter; Parkway, Shalimar, FL, T(
32579; telephone num- Defendant(s).ta' Petitioner's attorney or TIFIATES, SERIES RECORDED IN PLAT otherwise a default will 32579; telephone num- HI
ber (850) 651-7497, (s). immediately thereafter; 2005-2,BOOK 11 PAGE 100 be entered against you br (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. otherwise a default will Plaintiff, OF THE PUBLIC REC- for the relief demanded prior to the proceeding. AC
07/1/09 NOTICE OF ACTION be entered against you ORDS OF OKALOOSA in the Complaint or pe- T
07/18/09 ior the relief demanded VSon. COUNTY, FLORIDA, tuition. 7-4-09 P
-. in the Petition. THENC SOUTH 44 This notice shall be 7-11-09 3,


Legal #100718 THE UNKNOWN BEN. WITNESS my r.and and COSTEL G SERBAN, DEGREES 19 Mill published once each LEi
In accordance with EFICIARIES OF THE Seal of this Court on et al, UTES 09 SECONDS week for two consecu-
the Americans with Dis- IN THE CIRCUIT HOFF FAMILY LAND this 16 day of June Defendant(s). EAST ALONG THE tive weeks in the Crest-
abilities Act, persons COURT OF THE TRUST #507 PROP- 2009. NORTHEASTERLY view News Bulletin.
with disabilities need- FIRST JUDICIALCIR- E R T Y NOTICE OF RE- BOUNDARY OF SAID WITNESS my hand and Fl
ing special accommo- CUlT SOLUTIONS-EMERALD Don W. Howard SCHEDULED FORE- LOT 30 A DISTANCE the seal of this Court
nation to participate in IN AND FOR COAST, INC. CLERK OF COURT CLOSURE SALE OF 20.2 FEET TO THE on this 23 day of June,
this proceeding should OKALOOSA COUNTY, POINT OF BEGINN- 2009. OP
contact Court Adminis- FLORIDA LAST KNOWN AD- BY: Anita Cantrall NOTICE IS HEREBY ING; THENCE CON-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin CIVIL ACTION DRESS: UNKNOWN Deputy Clerk GIVEN pursuant to an TINUE SOUTH 44 DE- Don W. Howard C
Parkway, Shalimar, L, -Order Rescheduling GREES 19 MINUTES Clerk of the Court N
32579; telephone num- WELLS FARGO BANK, CURRENT ADDRESS: 6/20/2009 Foreclosure Sale dated 09 SECONDS EAST F
ber (850) 651-7497, NAUNKNOWN 6/27/2009 June 23, 2009 and en- 12.0 FEET; THENCE By:Anita Cantrall
prior to the proceeding. Plaintiff, 7/4/2009 tered in Case NO. DEPARTING SAID As Deputy Clerk WE
07/11/09 CASE NO. 2007 CA ANY AND ALL UN- 7/11/2009 46-2008-CA-002928 of NORTHERLY BOUND- NA
07/18/09 005379 S KNOWN PARTIES the Circuit Court of the ARY, RUN SOUTH 45 Florida Default Law Pla
vs. CLAIMING BY, FIRST Judicial Circuit DEGREES 40 MIN- Group, RL.
DIVISION THROUGH, UNDER, LEGAL#120269 in and for OKALOOSA UTES 51 SECONDS RO. Box 25018 vs.
AND AGAINST THE County, Florida WEST 1.10 FEET; Tampa, Florida
JAMES A CROCKER, HEREIN NAMED INDI- ADVERTISEMENT wherein WELLS THENCE NORTH 44 33622-5018 BE
Legal # 100717 JR,.at al, VIDUAL. DEFEND- FOR BIDS FARGO BANK, N.A., DEGREES 19 MIN- eta
Defendantss. ANT(S) WHO ARE AS TRUSTEE UNDER UTES 09 SECONDS IMPORTANT De
IN THE CIRCUIT NOT KNOWN TO BE Sealed BIDS for the THE POOLING AND WEST 12.00 FEET;
COURT OF THE DEAD OR ALIVE construction of PROJ- SERVICING AGREE- THENCE NORTH 45 In accordance with the NC
FIRSTJUDICIAL CR- NOTICE OF FORE- WHETHER SAID UN- ECT SITE IMPROVE- MENT RELATING TO DEGREES 40 MIN- Americans with Disa- CL
CUDICIALT CIR CLOSURE SALE KNOWN PARTIES MENTS, A NEW AD- IMPAC SECURED AS- UTES 51 SECONDS abilities Act, persons
INLAND FOR MAY CLAIM AN IN- MINISTRATIVE OFFICE SETS CORPORATION, EAST 1.10 FEET TO with disabilities need- NC
OKALOOSACOUNTY, NOTICE IS HEREBY TEREST AS SPOUSE, BUILDING, AND A M O R T G A G E THE POINT OF BEGIN- ing special accommo- GI\
FLORIDA GIVENpursuant to a Fi- HE HEIRS, DEVISEES, NEW METAL MAINTE- PASS-THROUGH CER- NING. dation to participate in nal
CIVIL ACTION nal Judgment of Mort- GRANTEES OR NANCE BUILDING will TIFICATES, SERIES this proceeding should ga
gagCIVIL ACTION e Foreclosure OTHER CLAIMANTS be received by the MIL- 2005-2, is the Plaintiff A/K/A 1325 WINDRUSH contact Court Adminis- da
WELLS FARGO BANK, ated June 29, 2009 LIGAN WATER SYS- and COSTEL G. COVE, NICEVILLE, FL tration at 101 James an
NA WELLSand entered in Case LAST KNOWN AD- TEM, INC. until 2:00 SERBAN; are the De- 325780000 Lee Boulevard East, No
ntiff, No. 2007 CA 00537 DRESS: UNKNOWN p.m., local time; FRI- fendants, I will sell to Crestview, FL, of
Plaintf, No. 2007f the CA 005379 S ircuit Court of AY, -JULY 24, 2009 at the highest and best Any person claiming an 32536-3515; telephone the
004480 C the FIRST Judicial Cir- CURRENT ADDRESS: the Milligan Water Sys- bidder for cash at interest in the surplus number (850) cu
004480 cult in and for UNKNOWN tem Office. BIDS re- SHALIMAR: IN FRONT from the sale, if any, 689-5000, Extension OK
DIVISION OKALOOSA County celved after this time OF CLERK'S FRONT other than the property 7497, prior to the pro- FIc
DIVISION UKALUUO A oun will not be accepted. DOOR OF SHALIMAR owner as of the date of ceeding. or Shalimar FA
I Florida wherein WELL YO ARE NOTSI BIDS will be publicly ANNEX at 11:00AM, on the Lis Pendens must (850) 651-7497 the
DANELJ.DUNN, e te al, FARGO BAN and FED that an action to Opened and read the 20 day of August, file a claim within sixty JA
JAMES A CROCKER, foreclose a mortgage aoud. 2009, the following de- (60) days after the sale. IMPORTANT NIl
JR; CITIBANK NA- on the following prop- Sealed BIDS will be r scribed property as set WITNESS MY HAND W
NOTICE OF FORE- TIONAL ASSOCIATION rty in OKAOOSA ceived forthe total pro- forth in said Final Judg- and the seal of this In accordance with the N.
NOTCLOSURE OF FORE- SUCCESSOR County, Florida" ect, including: ment: Court on June 24, Americans with Disa- an
CLOSER E SALE SUCCESSOR BY ntyCFSB PROJECT SITE IM- LOT 5, BLOCK 4, SUN- 2009. abilities Act, persons hig
NOTICE IS HEREBY NATIONAL ASSOCIA- LOT 7, BLOCK 5, PROVEMENTS: This SET STRIP SUBDIVI- with disabilities need- de
GIVEN pursuant to a FTION SUL CCESSOR BY) THIRD ADDITION TO portion of the project SION, ACCORDING TO Don W. Howard ing special accommo- FR
nal Judgment of Mort- MERERR' TO GARNIER BEACH, consists, n general, of MAP OR PLAT Clerk of the Circuit nation to participate in FR
nal Judgment of Moge Foreclosure CITIBANK, FSB CAR- ACCORDING TO MAP minor clearing; site THEREOF AS RE- Court this proceeding should SH
gage Foreclosur, 2009 IBBEAN DUNES OWN- OR PLAT THEREOF grading; removal of an CORDED IN PLAT contact Court Adminis- 11
dated June 26, 2009 Case ER S -ASSOCIATION, AS RECORDED IN existing driveway con- BOOK 2, PAGE 89, OF By:Vickie Jackson tration at 1250 N. Eglin of
No. 2007 CA 004480 C C; are the Defend PLAT BOOK 2 AT section and re-grading THE PUBLIC REC- Deputy Clerk Parkway, Shalimar, FL, lob
Nof the2007 CA 004480 C of ants, I te o the PAGE 135 OF THE a roadway sale in this ORDS OF OKALOOSA 32579; telephone num- ert
the FIRST Judicial Cir- highest andts best bid- PUBLIC RECORDS location; milling and COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida Default Law ber (850) 651-7497, Fir
cut in and for der for cash at IN OF OKALOOSA overlaying two existing Group, RL. prior to the proceeding. LC
OKALOOSA County, FRONT OF CLERK'S COUNTY, FLORIDA. driveway connections; A/K/A 607 A&B SUN- RO. Box 25018 A
Florida wherein WELLS FRONT DOOR OF pollution prevention SET I BOULEVARD Tampa, Florida 7/4/2009 VE
FARGO BANK, NA, is SHALIMAR ANNEX at has been filed against measures, including WEST FORT WALTON 33622-5018 7/11/2009 ,
the Plaintiff and DAN- 11:00AM, on the24day you and you are re- tempora ry gravel strips BEACH, FL32547 PL
EL J. DUNN; are the of July, 2009, the fo quired to serve a copy a project ste entrance, IMPORTANT --RE
Defendants, I willsell t lowing described prop- f your written de silt fence, etc, rmovalAny person claimi n accordance wh the LEGAL#120276 B
the highest andebestt ertyas set forth inrsaid fenses,i u any, onaor, of an existing plastic interest in the surplus In accordance with the OF
bidder for cash at Final Judgment: before August 15,2009 drainage basin and from the sale, if any, Americans with Disa- IN THE CIRCUIT OF
CRESTVIEW: IN on Florida Defab't Law drainage pipe; con- other than the property abilities Act, persons COURT OF THE Cc
FRONT OF CLERK'S UNIT 202, CARIB- Group, PL., Plaintiff's struction of a cornm- owner as of the date of with disabilities need- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
FRONT DOOR OF THE BEAN DUNES PHASE ,attorney, whose ad- acted clay/dirt drive, a the Lis Pendens must ing special accommo- CUIT A/
OKALOOSA COUNTY 1, A CONDOMINIUM, dress s 9119 orp- compacted gravel file a claim within sixty nation to participate in IN AND FOR W
COURTHOUSE at TOGETHER WITH AN rate Lake Drive, Suite Parking area, a small (60) days after the sale. this proceeding should OKALOOSA COUNTY, 32
11:00AM, on the 30 day UNDIVIDED INTER- 300, Tampa, Florida concrete parking area, WITNESS MY HAND contact Court Adminis- FLORIDA
f Jul 2009 the fo EST IN THE COMMON 33634, and file the orig- and a stormwater re- and the seal of this tration at 101 James CIVIL ACTION CASE. An
owinfg deJuly ri009d prop ELEMENTS, IF ANYinal' with this Court e- tension area (and con- Court on 2009 Lee Boulevard East, NO: int
loerwi asg setforth in said APPURTENANT ther before service on create overflow flume); Crestview, FL, 46-2009-CA-002883 frc
alasudgmrt in sa THERETO SUBJECT Paintif m 's attorney or installation of a chain DonW.Howard Clerk of 32536-3515; telephone FILE NO:F09037196 ot
Final JudgmentA. E T ACCORD- immediately thereafter Ink fence (with gates), the Circuit number (850)
S PREPARED BY ANCE WITH THE otherwise a default will traffic control signs, Court 689-5000, Extension CHASE HOME FI- thi
9OASTAL LAND SUR- COVENANTS, CONDI- be entered against you pavement striping, 7497, prior to the pro- NANCE LLC, fil
VEYING, INC.) TIONS, RESTRIC- for the relief demanded landscaping (within the ByVickie Jackson ceeding. or Shalimar Plaintiff, (60
COMMENCE AT THE TIONS, TERMS, AND in the Complaint or pe- northern 10' landscape Deuty Clerk (850) 651-7497 W
SOUTHEAST COR- OTHER PROVISIONS tition. buaer);aandsod.N vs. an
NER OFSECTION 27, OF SAID DECLARA- Florida Default Law IMPORTANT; G Cc
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, TION, ACCORDING This notice shall be A 'NEW ADMINISTRA- Group, RL. JASMINE M. DREAD-
RANGE 24 WEST, TO THE DECLARA- published once each TIVE OFFICE BUILD- RO Box 25018, In accordance with the ING A/K/A JASMINE M. Dc
OKALOOSA COUNTY, TION OF CONDOMIN- week for two consecu- ING: This portion of the Tampa, Florida Americans with Disa- LEWIS-DREADING CI
FLORIDA THENCE IUM THEREOF RE- tive weeks in the Crest- project consists, In 33622-5018 abilities A Act, persons A/K/A JASMINE MADE- Cc
NORTH 90 DEGREES CORDED IN OFFICIAL view News Bulletin, general, of the con- with disabilities need- L I N E
00 MINUTES 00 SEC- RECORD BOOK 2098, struction of a new IMPORTANT ing special accommo- LEWIS-DREADING et By
ONDS WEST ON THE PAGE 1044, AND WITNESS my hand and G.B.S. Administrative In, accordance with the dation to participate in al, De
SOUTH LINE OF SAID AMENDED BY DOCU- the seal of' this Court Office Building, totaling Americans with Disa- this proceedingshould Defendant(s).
SECTION 27, A DIS- MENT RECORDED IN on this 1 day of July, 1,440 square feet, with abilities Act, persons contact Court Adminis- Fi
TANCE OF 684.42 OFFICIAL RECORD 2009. an additional covered with disabilities need- tration at 1250 N. Eglin Gr
FEET TO THE POINT BOOK 2107, PAGE entry and a covered ing special accommo- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, NOTICE OF ACTION RC
OF I BEGINNING; 1528, OF THE PUBLIC Don W. Howard rear porch; construc- nation to participate in 32579; telephone num- TO: Ta
THENCE CONTINUE RECORDS OF Clerk of the Court tion of a new six-foot this proceeding should ber (850) 651-7497, CLIFFORD DREADING 33
NORTH 90 DEGREES OKALOOSA COUNTY, By: Anuita Cantrall wide sidewalk contact Court Adminis- prior to the proceeding. A/K/A CLIFFORD. D.
00 MINUTES 00 SEC- FLORIDA. As Deputy Clerk construction of a new tration at 101 James DREADING AK/A CLI- IM
ONDS WEST A DIS- septic sewage system; Lee Boulevard East, 7/4/2009 FORD DAVID DREAD- In
TANCE OF 289.18 A/K/A 73 SHIRAH Invoice to & Copy to: demolition of the exist- Crestview, FL, 7/11/2009 ING Ar
FEET THE EASTERLY STREET 202, DESTIN, Florida Default Law ing administrative office 32536-3515; telephone ____ ______ LAST KNWN AD- bil
RIGHT OF WAY OF FL 32541 Group, RL. building" and existing number (850) .---- DRESS 210 Tffot wi
OLD RIVER ROADP RO. Box 25018 sidewalk (after the Car- 689-5000, Extension, LEGAL#120275 Court in!
(100 FEET RIGHT OF Any person claiming Tampa, Florida cate o Oiss ancyu 7497, prior to the pro- 1Crestview, F 32539
WAY); THENCE an Interest in the sur- 33622-5018 as been issue tor the ceeding. or Shalimar IN THE CIRCUIT thi
ALONG SAID EAST- plus from the sale, If NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier- new dmnistrativeof- (850) 651-7497 COURT OFTHE CURRENTADDRESS: cc
E RLY RIGHT OF WAY anyproperty own as of **See Americans with donment anfilling of IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- UNKNOWN tr
DEGREES 01 MIN- the date of the Lis Disabilities Act the existing septic sew- In accordance with the IN A FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED Cr
UTES 13 SECONDS Pebdens must file a IMPORTANT, agesystem; minor site Americans with Disa- OKALOOSA COUNTY, that an action to fore- 3Z
EAST, A DISTANCE claim within sbdixty (60) .grading n.ar thebuild-f bilitiesAc, persons FLORIDA close a mortgage on nu
OF 217.06 FEET; days after the sale. In accordance with ing; and installationuof with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION CASE the following property 6E
THENCE DEPARTING the Americans with Dis- sod around the g special accommo- NO46-2009-CA-002922 in OKALOOSA County, 7
SAID EASTERLY WITNESS MY HAND abilities Act, persons ing. nation to participate in FILE NO:F09039735 Florida: ce
RIGHT OF WAY PRO- and the seal of this with disabilities need- A METAL MAIN this proceeding should LOT 41, WILDWOOD (8E
CEED SOUTH 90 DE- Court on July 1,2009. ing special acbommo- A NCE BUILDING- contact Court Adminis- COUNTRYWIDE HOME GABLES PHASE 1, AC-
GREES 00 MINUTES Don W. Howard nation to participate in TENANCY. BUILDINGf tration at 1250 N. Eglin LOANS SERVICING, CORDING TO 'THE IM
00 SECONDS EAST, A Clerk of the Circuit this proceeding should Thi sts portion the pro arkway, Shali mar, FL, L.R N/K/A BAC HOME PLAT THEREOF AS In
DISTANCE OFr 207.80 Court contact Court Adminis- act consists, in general, 2579; telephone num- LOANS SERVICING, RECORDED IN PLATAr
FEET; THENCE By:Viki Jackson tration, at, 101 James of the construction of a bar (850) 651-7497, LR BOOK 19, PAGE 78,' bil
SOUTH 00 DEGREES Deputy Clerk Lee Boulevard East concrete foundation for prior to the proceeding. Plaintiff, PUBLIC RECORDS OF wi
00 MINUTES 00 SEC- rCr'sview5FL00mtl. a7/11/2009P" OKALOOSA COUNTY in
ONDS EAST, A DIS- Publish in Crestview 32536-3515; telephoneuiing 500 re 7/18/2009 VS. FLORIDA
TANCE OF 201.23 News Bulletin number (850) a erectionthia
FEET TO THE POINT Invoice To: Florida De. 689-5000,, Extension sttineere mf th EGAL120274 GAYLE K. HURST et has been filed against cc
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DESCRIBED. Tampa, Florida (850) 651-7497r ev u purchase Is T RCUIT D n.u ). O your wrien e- 3
33622-5018 by Milligan Wstr Sys COURT OF THEN fenses, if any, on or be
F 0 7 0 4 8 9 1 6 IMPORTANT m, Inc.); minor site FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- NOTICE OF ACTION before 8-7-09, on or pr
A/K/A 6015 OLD NMN.C-FNMA-R-khart- n n a ti CUI TO: ida Deforeault Law Group,r
RIVER ROAD, BAKER,, maier In accordance with ing; a nd installation of IN AND FOR T i D t ao
FL 32531 **See Americans with the Americans with Di- sod around the' build OKALOOSA COUNT, GAYLE K. HURST RL., Plaintiff's attorney, 7/
Disabilities Act abilities Act, persons ing. FLORIDA LAST KNOWN,,' AD- whose.address is 911t9 7/
Any person claiming IMPORTANT with disabilities need-s CIVIL ACTION CASE DRESS:895 Santa Corporate Lake Drive, -
an interest in cthe surIM- in special accommo- One contract will be is- NO:46-2008-CA-00471 Rosa Boulevard Apt Suite 30Q, Tampa, Flor- LI
plus from the sale, If in accordance with dation to participate in sued for the entireroj- 0 FILE NO:F08069790 308 ida 33634, and file the
any, other thn the the Americans with Dis- this proceeding should ct. All workshalbe 32548rt Walton riginalbefore serviceon
property, owner as of abilities, Act, persons contact Court Adminis- completed within 270 32548 either before service on
the date of the Lie with disabilities need- traction at 1250 N. Eglin consecutive calendar CHASE HOME Fl- CURRENTADDRESS: Paintiff'sately terafter;
Pendens must file a ing special accommo- Parkway, Shalimar, L,days. The Contract NANCE LLC, CURRENT ADDRESS: otherwise a default will
claim within sixty (60) dation to participate in 32579; telephone num- Documents may be x- Plaintiff, UNKNOWN be entered against you C
days after the sale. this proceeding should ber (850) 651-7497, amined at the Milligan ANY AND ALL UN- for the relief demanded
contact Court Adminis- prior to the proceeding. 'Water System Office,vs. KNOWN PARTIES in the Complaint or pe-
WITNESS MY HAND ration at 101 James 07/11/09 located at 5340 Hih- KNOWN PARTIES in the. Complaint or pe-
and the eal of t rhisLee Boulevard East, 07/18/09 way 4, Baker, Florida ANTHONY C. HART, et CLAIMING BY, tition.N
and the seal of this Lee Boulevard East, 07/18/0932531, (850) 537-9131. al, THROUGH, UNDER This notice shall be
Court on June 30, Crestview, FL,' D AND AGAINST THE published once each
2009. 32536-3515; telephone LEGAL#120254 Copies of the Contract Defenant(s). HEREIN NAMED INDI- week for two consecu- Pt
Don W. Howard number (850) Documents may be ob- NOTICE OF FORE- VIDUAL DEFEND- tive weeks in the Crest- Ci
Don W. Howard 689-5000; .. Extension IN THE CIRCUIT tained at the following CLOSURE SALE ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT view News Bulletin. P
Clerk of the Circuit 7497, prior to the pro- COURT, FIRST JUDI- locations: (1) Milli.an KNOWN TO BE DEAD WITNESS my hand and VI
Court ceeding. or Shalimar CIAL CIRCUIT, IN Water System Office, NOTICE IS HEREBY OR ALIVE, .WHETHER the seal of this Court Pl
By: Viki Jackson (850) 651-7497 AND FOR OKALOOSA and (2) the Office of GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- on this 23 day of June,
Deputy Clerk T COUNTY, FLORIDA The Engineer, Westerra nal Judgment of Mort- TIES MAY CLAIM AN 2009. vs
Publish in Crestview IMPORTAN CASE NO.:09DR2962 Development, Inc., gage Foreclosure INTEREST HEIRS, DE DonW.HowardClerk of
News Bulletin In accordance with IN RE: The Marriage of Guy Road, Crestview, and entered in Case VISEES, GRANTEES, the Court LI
Invoice To: Florida De- the Americans with Dis- GER| ALLYN Florida 32539 (850) N o OR OTHER CLAIM- D
fault Law Group, RL. abilities Act, persons IRICK-CORNITCHER, 682-6321, upon pay- 46-2008-CA-004710 of ANTS By:Beth McDonald
RO. Box 25018, with disabilities need Petitioner/Wife, ment of $25.00 for each the Circuit Court of the As Deputy Clerk N
Tampa, Florida ing special accommo- set. (PRIOR PAYMENT FIRST JudiCial Circuit LAST KNOWN AD-
33622-5018 daton to participate in and .REQUIRED. SUM WILL in and for OKALOOSA DRESS:UNKNOWN Florida Default Law S
F 0 7 0 3 1. 2 5 7 this proceeding should GNO BE RFNED Cnty, Floria Group, RL. "Ni
NMNC-FNMA-R-khart- contact Court Adminis- KEITH STEVE ROBERT whereNOT nE ) n CHASE HOME CURRENT ADDRESS: RO. Box 25018 G
maier tration at 1250 N. Eglin CORNITCHER, MILLIGAN WATER FINANCE LLC, is the UNKNOWN Tampa, Florida na
**See Americans with Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Respondent/Husband. SYSTEM, INC. Paintiff and ANTHONY 33622-5018 g
Disabilities Act 32579; telephone num C. HART; ,JULIA LYNN YOU ARE NOTIFIED dr
IMPORTANT ber (850) 651-7497, AMENDED NOTICE OF MARTIN W. ELLIS HART; USAA FEDERAL that an action to fore- IMPORTANT ar
In accordance with 0o/ t1/09 he-proceeding. ACTION PRESIDENT SAVINGS BANK; are close a mortgage on N
In Ameridans with 07/11/09 T rt the Defendants, I will the following property In accordance with the 4
the Americans with Dis- 07/18/09 To: Keith Steve Robert 6/27/2009 sell to the highest and in OKALOOSA County, Americans with Disa- th
abilities Act, persons Cornitcher Last Known 7/4/2009 best bidder for cash at Florida: abilities Act, persons FI
with disabilities need- Address: 2301 Law- 7/11/2009 SHALIMAR: IN .FRONT LOT 89, QUAIL RUN with disabilities need- in
ing special accommo- Legal #100719 rence Street, Denver, ____ OF CLERK'S FRONT TOWNHOMES, AC- ihg special accommo- C
nation to pro ceed ing should IN THE CIRCUIT CO.80205 Present Ad- -----DOOR OF SHALIMAR CORDING TO THE nation to participate in wI
contact Court Adming should COURTTHE dress: Unknown LEGAL#120271 ANNEX at 11:00AM, on PLAT THEREOF AS this proceeding should G
contact Court 11Adminis- C J U A CR Ythe 21 day of July RECORDED IN PLAT contact Court Adminis- A
traction at 101 James FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- YOU ARE NOTIFIED IN THE CIRCUT T 2009, the followin de: BOOK 22, PAGE 20, traction at 101 James G
Lee Boulevard East, CUlT that an action for disso- COURT OFTHE cribed property as set OF THE.PUBLIC REC Lee Boulevard East, th
Crestview,. FL, KIN AND FOR lution of marriage has FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- forth in saidTFinal Judg- ORDS OF OKALOOSA Crestview, FL, VI
32536-3515; telephone OKALOOSA COUNTY, been filed against you CUIT meant. COUNTY FLORIDA 32536-3515; telephone O
number (850) FLORIDA and you are required to IN 30, AMENDED number 850 TI
00, Exteo CIVILA ON copy ourd OKALOOSA COUNTY, PLAT OF SOAEUTHWIND has been filed against 689-5000, Extension
ceedi7497, prior to the pro- WELLS FARGO BANK written defenses, if any, FLORIDA PHASE V, ACCORD- you and you are re- 7497, prior to the pro- th
(850) 651-7497 NA STEPHEN J. RYAN, NO:4-2008-CA-00 THEREOF AS RE- of your written de- (850) 651-7497 be
CASE.N N. ESQUIRE RISEN & 2928 FILE CORDED IN PLAT fenses, if any, on or CI
BOOK 11 PAGE 10 before August 7, 2009, IMPORTANT FR


GAL#120277
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IVIL ACTION CASE
IO:2008CA000030S
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ELLS FARGO BANK,
f,
aintiff,


:NJAMIN WEBMAN, Don W. Howard Clerk of
al, the Circuit
fendant(s). Court
)TICE OF FORE- By:Vicki Jackson
OSURE SALE Deputy Clerk
)TICE IS HEREBY Florida Default Law
VEN pursuant to a Fi- Group, RL.
I Judgment of Mort- RO. Box 25018
ge Foreclosure Tampa, Florida
ted June 29, 2009 33622-5018
d entered in Case
o. 2008 CA 000030 S IMPORTANT
the Circuit Court of In accordance with the
e FIRST Judicial Cir- Americans with Disa-
it in and for abilities Act, persons
KALOOSA County, with disabilities need-
irida Wherein WELLS ing special accommo-
RGO BANK, NA, is dation to participate in
Plaintiff and BEN- this proceeding should
MIN WEBMAN; JEN- contact Court Adminis-
FER WEBMAN; tration at 101 James
ELLS FARGO BANK, Lee Boulevard East,
A.; are the Defend- Crestview, FL,
ts, I will sell to the 32536-3515; telephone
ghest and best bid- number (850)
r for cash at, IN 689-5000;, Extension
RONT OF, CLERK'S 7497, prior to the pro-
!ONT DOOR OF ceeding. or Shalimar
IALIMAR ANNEX at (850) 651-7497
:OOAM, on the 24 day
July, 2009, the fol- IMPORTANT
wing described prop- In accordance with the
y as set forth in said Americans with Disa-
ial Judgment: abilities Act, persons
IT 9, LEGION COVE, with disabilities need-
PLANNED UNIT DE- ing special accommo-
;LOPMENT, AC- dation to participate in
ORDING TO THE this proceeding should
AT THEREOF, AS contact Court Adminis-
-CORDED- IN PLAT tration at 1250 N. Eglin
)OK 14, PAGE 86, Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
F THE PUBLIC REC- 32579; telephone num-
RDS OF OKALOOSA ber (850) 651-7497,
)UNTY, FLORIDA. prior to the proceeding.
K/A 226 NAUTICA 7/11/2009.
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ny person claiming an LEGAL#120279
rest in the surplus
im the sale, if any, IN THE CIRCUIT
her than the property COURT OF THE
aner as of the date of FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ee Lis Pendens must CUlT
s a claim within sixty IN AND FOR
3) days after the sale. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
WITNESS MY HAND FLORIDA
d the seal of this CIVIL ACTION CASE
court on July 1, 2009. NO:462008CA000727
FILE NO:F08005067
onW. Howard
erk of the Circuit WELLS FARGO BANK,
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Plaintiff,


':Vicki Jackson
iputy Clerk
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vs.
LESHAWN HALE, et al,
Defendantss.


O. Box 25018
mp'a, Florida NOTICE OF FORECLO-
3622-5018 SURE SALE-,
IPORTANT NOTICE IS HEREBY
accordance with the' GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
mericans with Disa- nal Judgment of Mort-
lities Act, persons gage Foreclosure
th disabilities need- dated June 29, 2009
3 special accommro- and entered in Case
tion to participate in N 0 o .
is proceeding should 46-2008-CA-000727 of
intact Court Adminis- the Circuit Court of the
nation at 101 James FIRST Judicial Circuit
ae Boulevard East, in and for OKALOOSA
restview, FL, County, Florida
2536-3515; telephone wherein WELLS
imber- (850) FARGO BANK, NA, is
19-5000, Extension the Plaintiff and
497, prior to the pro- LESHAWN HALE; THE
*eding. or Shalimar UNKNOWN SPOUSE
50) 651,7497 OF LESHAWN HALE;
ANY AND ALL UN-
IPORTANT KNOWN PARTIES
accordance with the CLAIMING BY,
nericans with Disa- THROUGH, UNDER,
cities Act, persons AND AGAINST THE
th disabilities need- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
g special accommo- VIDUAL DEFEND-
ation to participate in ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
is proceeding should KNOWN ,TO BE DEAD
intact Court Adminis- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
ition at 1250 N. Eglin SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
arkway, Shalimar, FL, TIES MAY CLAIM AN
2579; telephone num- INTEREST AS
er (850) 651-7497, SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
ior to the proceeding. VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
11/2009 ANTS; WELLS FARGO
18/2009 BANK, N.A.;are the De- '
___ _ 'fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
EGAL#120278 bidder for cash at
INTHESCIRCUIT HALIMAR: IN FRONT
IN THE CIRCUIT OF CLERKS FRONT
COURT OFTHE-' DOOR OF SHALIMAR
IRST JUDICIAL CIR- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
S CUlT the 24 day of, July,
IN AND FOR 2009, the following de-
>KALOOSA COUNTY, scribed property as set
FLORIDA forth in said Final Judg-
CIVIL ACTION CASE. ment-
O0:462008CA000998 LOT 28, BLOCK A,
FILE NO:F08010246 WOODLAND PARK ES-
R STATES, ACCORDING
-H MORTGAGE TO THE PLAT
CORPORATION A/K/A THEREOF AS RE-
HH MORTGAGEq SER- CORDED IN PLAT
CES, BOOK 10, PAGE(S) 28,
aintiff, OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
S. COUNTY, FLORIDA
EVEN ERIC PHIL- A/K/A 412 WOODLAND
PS, et al, PARK CIRCLE, MARY
efendant(s). ESTHER, FL 32569
Any person claiming an
OTICE OF FORECLO- interest in the surplus
JRE SALE from the sale, if any,
other than the property
OTICE IS HEREBY owner as of the date of
IVEN pursuant to a Fi- the Lis Pendens must
al Judgment of Mort- file a claim within sixty
age Foreclosure (60) days after the sale.
ated June 29, 2009 WITNESS MY HAND,
id entered in Case and the seal of this
-2008-CA000998 of Court on July 1, 2009.
6-2008-CA-000998 of
e Circuit Court of the Don W Howard Clerk of
RST Judicial Circuit the Circuit
and for OKALOOSA Court
county, Florida
herein PHH MORT- By:Vicki Jackson
AGE CORPORATION Deputy Clerk
'K/A PHH MORT-
AGE SERVICES, is Florida Default Law
e Plaintiff and STE- Group, RL
EN ERIC PHILLIPS; RO. Box 25018
KALOOSA CO. Tampa Florida
TEACHERS FEDERAL 33622-5018
CREDIT UNION; are
e Defendants, I will IMPORTANT
ill to the highest and In accordance with the
est bidder for cash at Americans with Disa-
RESTVIEW: SOUTH abilities Act, persons
RONT DOOR OF THE with disabilities need-
KALOOSA COUNTY ing special accommo-
OURTHOUSE at nation to participate in
1:00AM, on the 24 day this proceeding should
July, 2009, the fo- contact Court Adminis-
wing described prop- tration at 101 James
ty as set forth in said Lee Boulevard East,
nal Judgment: Crestview, FL,
OTS 5 AND 6 AND 32536-3515; telephone
HE SOUTH 5 FEET number (850)
F LOT 1, BLOCK 18, 689-5000, Extension
OWN OF LAUREL 7497, prior to the pro-
ILL, LESS THE WEST ceeding. or Shalimar
0 FEET OF LOT 5, (850) 651-7497
ACCORDING TO PLAT
HEREOF ON FILE IN IMPORTANT
LAT BOOK 1, PAGE In accordance with the
IN THE OFFICE OF Americans with Disa-


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Classified


THE CLERK OF
COURT, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 8148 4TH
STREET, LAUREL HILL,
FL 32567
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on July 1, 2009.







Saturday. July 11. 2009


Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I 1 1


abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
7/11/2009
7/18/2009


I PErs a ANIMALS I
2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials





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Yorkie puppies need
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W/First shots & health
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Lab Puppies, yellow &
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1st shots, health certifi-
cats, $350.
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-,mix, female puppy, 10
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wormed, 1st shots,
health certificate, $250
398-6757
Mini. Australian
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2130
Double Reg. Quarter &
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Philly $400. 1yr. old
Stud $300. Also tack
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850-626-4901


3100 Antiques
3110-Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3180 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture' '
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
8240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous *
3310 Musical Instruments
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.
King Pillowtop matt-
ress & box set, still
sealed. Warr. $235. 850
471-0330 Can deliver
Mattress and Box Set,
Full Size Still sealed
from factory, new,
$135. 850 471-0330
Microfiber Sofa-$300,
Loveseat-$275 Both
$500 Lifetime warr New
in box. 850 471-0330



Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat July 11th, 7-1. 103
Brian Dr. Furniture,
electronics, and com-
puter equipment.


4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information


4100
Administrative Assis-'
tant./ Customer Service
This new and exciting
role consist of Adminis-
trative duties @ the
Bob Sikes Crestview
Airport. The duties will
include looking after
customers visiting thi
airport, running the
company s website &
include some other
special projects which
to help develop the
business in the future.
Send resume to
jonathan@emerald
coastavaition.com


NFI fraaAV
Install / Maint / Repair
Cleaning Lady
Reasonable rates,
c'view area. 689-2112


Crestview Houses for
Insurance Crestview Retail space Rent. Several to
on John King Rd in choose from. C'view,
A Terrific Southgate Plaza. Un- Holt, & Dorcas areas.
S errifIC furnished unit $625. Call scott 850-546-1192
Opportunity! Furnished (plush) of-


Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning Po-
tential, Benefits, Pen-
sion, 401 (k), BCBS
Ini- fn thn;


fice, $825. Ready, to
move in! 850 651-9900
Ask to speak to Buddy,
Byron, or Sonya


I insurance tor IU
who qualify! Call Professional Office
1-800-257-5500. building for Lease
1000sf. 101 Duggan
Ave. (Next to Eglin
FCU) Call 621-0046


NfW ryg AY

Crestview 3 br, 1 ba,
CH&A w/d hkups, $625
mo+ $600 dd. No pets/
Smoking 803-7096
Crestview- 3bd, 2ba
1cg, almost new, split
fir Good Pets welcome.
$995mo+DD 225-9090


NEW rfOAV
Looking for painting 0 --l ai
and drawing teacher. m i
call 850-902-0707 Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
$99 Move In home. ONLY $850 mo!
Special! Call Jenny at Pelican
Crestview- Quiet well- Real Estate 315-0972
~ maintained 2 br, 1 ba
total electric 585-6985 Crestvlew- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FRP 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 ,mo+dd. pet
ok 850-244-3131
Crestview- 2 BR, 1 BA
$500. mo $500. dep no NEWLY
pets Call 850-398-5757 REDUCED
.A...... or 850-420-1517 RATES


6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals







NEW rUAY

Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office Plaza
on Hwy 85. Only 6
units left! Rate in-
cludes ALL utilities,
high speed internet,
common area main-
tainance and daily
cleaning. 682-0791


Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
TH, $700 mo, $725 dd.
No smoke/pets. Near
Walker Elem. 240-0890


Crestview
New
Townhomes
+ 1901sf, 5 br, 3ba -
$900 mo $1000 dep
+ 1881sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
$875 mo $1000 dep
+ 1826sf. 3br, 2.5ba -
$875 mo $1000 dep
+ 1784sf, 4br, 2.5ba-
$850 mo $1000 dep
+ 1760sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
$850 mo $1000 dep
+ 1182sf, 3 br, ? ba -
$590 mo $800 dep
Mon-Fri 7-4:
864-5426
After Hours:
699-0326, 585-1663,
or 830-3099


Crestview 3/1 Duplex
only $560 mo/$560 dd
Crestview 2/1 Duplex
only $500 mo/$500 dd
BWB 3/2 Cottage for
only $825 mo/$825 dd


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. 902-5432
682-8867 or 682-6514
Crestview Country side
2 bd 1 ba., shed. $380.
mo. $300.dd 537-9798
Crestview- Remodeled
2br, 1ba, Quiet park.
No pets. $450 mo+dd
850-585-8192







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- Oat-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


BWB
Parkwood
Estates Lot
$144,000
Residential lot in
gated Bluewater Bay
community. One of
the last vacant lots in
the Bolton Village
section. Level lot with
large oaks. Call (850)
897-0993 after 5PM
or visit
http://members.cox.net/
ospreycove/







0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344


Get our share of the
Government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758
New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758



Norris LAKE
FRONT Living
East TN
Find your lakefront
dream! Visit
NordsLakeFrontProperties.com
or Call (865) 585-3799
Vicki Neuer, (423)
626-6353 Realty Group


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140-Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Traiters
8340 Motorhomes


8340 1
Coachman/
Chap 280 BHS
2005
Exc. condo. NADA listed
$23,400, asking
$21,900. Loaded! Call
for details. 850
830-8885


Bank Owned Prop-
$25.00 app fee, MUST erties Free Lists
provide references and Cellstate Gulfcoast
phone numbers for Realty 850-472-2500
these rates. References
will be-verified. Destin
Call 682-7731 for more Destiny West,
info By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
stucco, tile roof, 4' b
M* 2.5 bth on Paradise
I Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
Crestview- Share quiet borhood pool, tennis,
3br brick home in Au- Built in 2005. $820,000.
burn area $450 mo Call 830-3287 for show-
incis utils Call 902-6081 ing. Agents welcome.


70LOOK
Crestview 2br, 2ba Individual wants to
MH on 10 acres. $670 buy house for
mo + security deposit investment. Call
850-832-091.1 651-0987


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1999 Saturnms2
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2003 Chevy Express Cargo


2004 Ford Ranger Edge
2003 Nissan Altima


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$5,900
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2003 Chevy Venture LS '$4900
2004 uryslerSebringLXIionvertible $6,900
2003 Toyoia Matrix $6,900
2005 Mercury Sable LOADnE' $8,900
2004 Chevy Silverado EXT $9,900


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2003 Kia Sedona EX
2000 LexusES 300
2003 Pontiac Vibe
2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser
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OBO. call 682-4431
Chevy Cavalier 1996
$1200 OBO. call
682-4671

S~ | 8320
50cc Baja Youth dirt
bike, has all original
papers & title Paid
$600. will sell for $300.
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2007 Hummer H3


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Saturday, July 11,2009 www. c r e s t v i e wbulletin.om Page 12


SNews

& NOTES
Baker middle
school football
Any rising seventh- or
eighth-graders interesterested
in playing football for Baker
should contact coach
Kellogg at the Baker field
house Monday-Friday from
8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
City of Crestview
fall sports
Crestview Parks and
Recreation is 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-
II for football and 4-12 for'
cheerleading.
Your child will be
placed on a team based
upon 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 the city limits.
The drafts will be held at
Twin Hills Park on the dates
and times listed below.
Football Drafts:July 16,
Pee Wee 1,6 p.m.;July 17,
PeeWee 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.;
UI10, 10:45 a.m., UI12, 12:15
p.m.; U15, 1:45 p.m.
Cheerleading is for
ages 4-12. Uniforms will
be furnished.The date of
registrations will determine
the order of placement.
The balance of registered
cheerleaders will then be
placed on teams until parity,
has been reached.
Call 682-4715 for further
details and information.
Parks and Rec hours are
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-
Friday.The Web site is at
www.cityofcrestview.org;
FUMC golf tourney
The First United
Methodist Church of
Crestview will hold a golf
tournament Aug. 15.
The tournament will be a
fundraiser with an emphasis
on fun and fellowship.
Cost of the tournament
is $40 per person in a
4-man scramble format.
Entry fee includes lunch.
Prize will be awarded
for closest to the pin, the
longest drive and the first
place team.
Sign in for the
tournament will be, at 7 a.m.,
with a shotgun start at 8:30.
Pre-registration is
required.
For more information,
call Delynn at the church
office at 682-2018 or
contact Darryl Roberts at
683-1921 or droberts@
wdolcom.net.
Heavy Hitters Camp
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U baseball
is looking for three o'r four
more players.There will be
a workout today at
8:30 a.m. Participants must
be 14 years old after May I,
2010 for the upcoming.
2009-2010 USSSA season.,
Details: Melvin at 902-6237
or Greg at 496-9235.
Foxwood Country
Club July tennis camp
Foxwood Country Club
has announced plans for
a second summer tennis
camp.
The tennis camp,
intended for middle-school
and high-school players,
will be held July 20-24 from
6:30-7:30 p.m. each day.
Cost is $25 per participant.
Call Foxwood Country
Club at 682-2012 or stop
by the club for more
information.


Coach making up for lost time


Panucci encourages CHS wrestlers to contact him


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
It took a little longer than ex-
pected to make it official, but Ron
Panucci is now the Crestview
wrestling coach.
Panucci replaces Jeff Fowler,
who stepped down after nine years
and more than 100 career wins to
move back to his native Maryland.
Panucci was originally offered
the job as Bulldog wrestling coach
in March. The offer was pulled as
budget cuts that eliminated teach-
ing positions were announced
across the district.
The recent influx of stimulus
money opened up a .teaching job


in the CHS biology department,
allowing Panucci to take over the
wrestling program.
"It feels good to know what my
direction is going
to be," Panucci
said. "Now I can
dig my heels in and
get busy on what I
think needs to be
done.
"But there was
RON PANUCCI an awful lot of un-
certainty over the
last few months. I had the job, and
then I didn't have the job, and now
I've got it again. It's been crazy."
Crestview principal Ed Cole-
man is happy to finally have


Panucci on board.
"Ron has been involved in the
program," Coleman said. "He has
assisted (Fowler) and helped him.
He has been here on staff, but he
left for a while, and now he's back*
here on staff.
"Ron has had a son involved
in the program, and he's been in-
volved in the program, so it's the
right fit for the program. It was a
big relief (to get their man). Some
of the stimulus money was for class
size reduction, and that's where wve
able to create a position and bring
Ron in."
Panucci's son, Nick, is a former
district champion for the Bulldogs
in the 171-pound class.


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Ron did wrestle in high school,
but he realizes he doesn't have
Fowler's wrestling knowledge.
"Jeff has done an unbelievable
job at growing a program at an un-
believable pace," Panucci said. "It
has come from almost nowhere to
being very respectable and strong
in a very short period of time.
"I'm going to try to keep that
momentum going the best that I
can. There is going to be a learn-
ing curve because I've never been'
a wrestling coach before."
What Panucci lacks in wrestling
knowledge, he more than makes
up for in other areas.
See PANUCCI 8


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PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
FITNESS LESSON: Kathleen White, far right, who spoke about fitness during the Fit, Focused and Fired Up! camp, leads a workout.


Turnout at girls fitness camp exceeds expectations


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
F it, Focused and Fired Up! was the
emphasis of the girls fitness camp
sponsored by the Crestview High
cheerleaders that ended July 2.
Girls ages 9-15 were treated to a variety of
programs during the Tuesday and Thursday,
evening sessions, with
e We wanted each program designed to
l empower them as young
to promote women.
-O p CHS cheerleader
physical sponsor Lisa Kimbrough
at in vitsaid the program was
acv ty sin designed to introduce the
girls and try young women to a variety
1of sports.
to help girls "We wanted to promote
f mab physical activity in girls and
jind maybetry to help girls find maybe
a niche." a niche," she said. "We
tried to introduce them to
Lisa Kimbrough, cheerleading and martial
arts.
CHS cheerleader "We did tennis, volleyball
sponsor and basketball in hope that
girls who maybe haven't
found something they enjoy
doing, this will inspire them to do so."
Each session opened with a speaker offering
tips on things from fitness and nutrition to self-
esteem and goal setting.

See FIT8


SO MUCH TO DO!:
Attendees of
the Fit, Focused
and Firbd Up!
camp took part
in a variety of.
activities.


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