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BGCEC I Special to the Crestview Bulletin
BUDDING ARTISTS: Erin Bakker, local Abrakadoodle
executive director and owner, teaches art classes for
kids at the Fort Walton Beach Boys and Girls Clubs. She
is bringing her program to three Crestview elementary
schools this fall.

How? Abrakadoodlel

(But it's not really magic)

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

R member the -magic of elementary school art class
day? Making sculptures from pipe cleaners. Coming
home covered in glitter. Discovering what you can
make out of different shapes cut from construction
paper? The spicy scent of library paste?
Sadly, for many students, tight budgets mean there are
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WHAT IS
ABRAKADOODLE?
According to
information provided
by local Abrakadoodle
Executive Director Erin
Bakker, the program
provides:
* A tested curriculum
that exceeds the national
standards for visual arts
education.
* Experienced and
trained Abrakadoodle art
teachers.
* A comprehensive
program designed with
both education and art as
the focus.
* A complete school
art curriculum beginning
at the pre-school level .up
to 12 years old.
To sign up your Walker,
Northwood or Bob Sikes
elementary school child"
for Abrakadoodle 'art
classes or to learn more,
visit www.abrakadoodle.
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TECH CITY


City goes electronic to better serve residents


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When Crestview Mayor David
Cadle took office, one of his first of-
ficial acts was to leap onto the infor-
mation highway.
"One of the first purchases I had
was a computer for the mayor's
desk, and I keep up with that daily,"
he said. "I get more correspondence
through e-mail than I do regular
mail, and I am able to catch up and
keep in touch more effectively."
The city's embrace of technology
has made Crestview's government
not only more. efficient, but also
more cost-effective. It also has ben-
efited city employees, whose jobs
are made easier. Plus, their pay now
goes right into their bank accounts.
"The thing I started pushing
for early on was direct deposit" of
city workers' pay, Cadle said. "The
city's employees get paid weekly.
We offered direct deposit, but we
had several who were not on di-
rect deposit. Everyone is on direct
deposit now. That is an efficient,


time-saving effort."
The plan saves the city the ex-
pense of processing checks and
mailing them to employees. For
those employees with money-man-
agement challenges, pay that is de-
posited directly into a bank account
removes some of the temptation to
spend a paycheck irresponsibly.
Technologywill also help the city's
chronic document storage problem.
"We are required to keep certain
documents for several years," Ca-
dle continued. "One of the problems
the city is having is space to house
these documents. One of the things
we're looking at is technology where
we can scan them and computerize
them so we don't have to keep hard
copies."
As the city's new systems come
online, they breed inherent chal-
lenges of their own.
"There's a job keeping our em-
ployees trained in the new technol-
ogy," chuckled the mayor.
From laptops in every Crestview
See CITY A5


ONLINE: Sgt. Michael Leadmon of the Crestview Police Department
checks the laptop on board his patrol car. Data at his fingertips
include driver's license, vehicle registration, warrant information
and investigative information. Officers also use the computers to
fill out paperwork at the scene of an incident rather than having to
report back to headquarters.


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Claudette


a wake-


up call

Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin

Tropical Storm Clau-
dette's soggy early Monday
landfall underscored the un-
predictability of hurricanes
and highlighted the need for
residents to remain vigilant
despite a slow start to the
hurricane season, officials
said..
"When there has been a
.long period of time without a
storm, you can get some de-
gree of complacency," Oka-
loosa County Public Safety
Director Dino Villani said.
"Scenarios like this remind
people to keep prepared."
Tropical Storm Claudette
formed suddenly in the Gulf
of Mexico early Sunday
morning, then just after
midnight hit Fort Walton
Beach with rain and winds
approaching 50 mph.
Although the storm
amounted * to little more
than a rainfall event, the
First storm of the season to
make landfall caught area
officials and residents by
| surprise.
"I had gotten out of
church and was shopping at
Bealls when I got a call that
we had been activated,"
American Red Cross volun-
teer Dianne Tomlin said.
As a precautionary
measure, Okaloosa County
Emergency Services De-
partment opened a shelter
in Crestview at New Be-
ginnings Church on West
James Lee Boulevard.
Destin resident Jimmy
Saeger, 28," was visiting
Crestview Sunday and
spent that night at the shel-
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Crestview hospital Larry Ashley to
expansion approved receive award for


North Okaloosa Medical
Center CEO David Sand-
ers announced last Thurs-
day night final approval has
been obtained for a $22 mil-
lion addition for a "patient
tower" that would increase
the hospital's capacity from
110 beds to 150 beds.
The announcement was
made at an event sponsored
by the hospital's Women's
Advisory Board.
Last month, Sanders
said hopes were to break
ground on the project by
the end of 2009. The pro-
posed expansion follows
on the heels of $12 million
in upgrades at the hospital
since 2007.


Accident victims
treated in Crestview
A woman and a young
girl from Pace suffered
serious injuries Friday af-
ternoon in a single-vehicle
accident on Interstate 10,
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
Shana R. Keller, 38,
-was driving west in a 1995
Chevrolet about 4:45 p.m.
when she swerved into
the median and struck two
pine trees, an FHP report
said.
Keller, 38, was ejected'
from the vehicle. She suf-
fered serious injuries and
was taken to North Oka-
loosa Medical Center in
Crestview, the report said.
Her passenger, 4-year-old
Hope Keller, was taken to
Healthmark Hospital in
Debniak Springs in criti-
cal condition, according to
'the report.
Representatives at the
hospitals said Saturday
they had no patients by
those names. -
The Chevrolet'sustained
$8,000 in damage, accord-
ing to the FHP.
Angel McCurdy, Florida
Freedom Newspapers


exposing corruption
Larry Ashley, chief dep-
uty for the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office, will re-
ceive the prestigious Sen-
ate Medal of Excellence on
Aug. 26.
The Medal of Excel-
lence is the highest award
given by Florida's Senate.
Senate President , Jeff
Atwater of Palm Beach will
present Ashley with the
medal before speaking at a
local economic symposium.
Details about the time and
place of the presentation
were uncertain Friday.
State Sen. Don Gaetz
nominated Ashley for the
award. He said in a news
release that he decided to
do so "for his role in ending
the widespread illegality
that permeated (Okaloosa)
County's top law enforce-
ment office."
Ashley went to the
FBI early this year with
evidence that then-Sheriff
Charlie Morris was steal-
ing funds through an em-
ployee bonus kickback
scheme.
Morris was sentenced
Tuesday to 71 months in
prison for crimes uncov-
ered in a subsequent fed-
eral investigation.
."Larry Ashley could
have done what others did
- take the money and turn
his back," Gaetz said in the
news released "Instead, he
acted on his deep commit-
ment to his oath as a sworn
officer of the law and his
sense of obligation to the
community.
"Because Larry Ashley
put honor above all else, a
culture of corruption was
exposed and ended," said
Gaetz, R-Niceville.
Ashley said he was sur-
prised Friday when Gaetz
notified him that the Sen-
ate had accepted the nomi-
nation and approved the
award.


"It's been pretty hec-
tic," he said. "Getting that
call was pretty good."
Ashley said he believes
the award will move the
Sheriff's Office another
step closer to regaining
the solid reputation it had
before the Morris scandal.
"When I accept this
award, it won't be on behalf
of myself. It will be on be-
half of the people who work
for the sheriff's office," he
said. "The badges we wear
are symbols of trust, and
I'm just committed to re-
storing'that trust."
Tom McLaughlin, Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Four deputies honored
for saving lives
Four deputies from the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office earned Lifesaving
Awards from Sheriff Ed
Spooner on Thursday.
During the early morn-
ing hours of July 24, Dep-
uties Eric Feeney and
Sean Neumann entered
a burning home at 138'
Bryn Mawr Blvd. in Mary
Esther. They rescued two
sleeping occupants who
were unaware of the dan-
ger. Firefighters say the
deputy's actions were the
difference between life
and death for the two in-
dividuals. The house was
destroyed.
On July 8, Deputies
Jason Stoker and William
Lantz entered a Fort Wal-
ton Beach area home that
had smoke and flames
.showing after a resident
said other family mem-
bers were still inside. The
deputies led two individu-
als and a dog to safety
through thick smoke. The
officers then re-entered
the burning house after
being told a woman was
in a bedroom, but learned
she was not home after
all.
In other awards, Depu-
ty Mike Smith was -named
Sworn Employee of the


Quarter for his work re-
sponding to 478 calls for
service, including 27 fights
or disturbances and 12 re-
ports of suspicious activ-
ity. One of those calls also
involved Smith success-
fully delivering a baby boy
whose mother went into
labor at home.
The. Non-Sworn Em-
ployees of the Quarter
are Angie Barrow, Jenni-
fer Lee, Heather Derrick,
Kristen Genrich, Kelley
Butler and Whitney Smith.
They are the communica-
tions staffers who handled
the critical incident sur-
rounding the shooting
deaths of Okaloosa Depu-
ties Skip York and Burt
Lopez on April 25. Spooner
said the dispatchers did
an outstanding job during
an exceptionally stressful
event, an event that con-
stitutes every dispatchers
worst nightmare.

Health department
extends hours for
school immunizations
To help parents pre-
pare their children for
school, the Okaloosa
County Health Depart-
ment (OCHD) will be open
additional days to offer im-
munizations for- children/
students from birth to 18
years old at no charge. No
appointment is needed;
services are provided on
a walk-in basis. On Aug.
31, the Crestview and Fort
Walton Beach Immuniza-
tion Clinics return to their
regular days and hours.
Special hours at OCHD
at 810 E. James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview are from 7:30-
10:30 a.m. and 12:30-3:30
p.m. Thursday, and Aug.
24, 25, 26 and 27.
On Monday, Aug. 31, the
Immunization Clinic re-
turns to its regular hours.
Call 689-7808 or visit
www.HealthyOkaloosa.com
for information on regular
hours.


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New license and- ID
campaign announced
On Thursday, Aug. 13,
the Florida Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles launched www.
GatherGoGet.com - an
educational Web site de-
signed to assist Floridians
with new driver's license
and identification card
requirements. Beginning
Jan. 1,. 2010, Floridians
renewing or obtaining a
new license or ID will be
required to show proof of:
identification, Social Secu-
rity number and two items
with their residential ad-
dress.
Visit GatherGoGet.com
to find out how and when
to gather your documents,
go to a driver's license
office and get your new
card.
. Beginning Jan. 1, all
Florida residents wishing
to obtain a new license,
legally change their name
prior to the renewal date,
or immediately replace
a lost or stolen license or
ID card should 'visit an
office with the required
documents ready for pro-
cessing. Those simply
renewing may do so by a
convenience method via
the Internet or mail one
time between office visits.
The next renewal after the
convenience option must
be in a driver's license or
tax collector's office. Res-
idents may always update
their address or obtain a
replacement card online
at GoRenew.com.

Panhandle resident
sci-fi novel available
In a novel that fantasy
lovers the world over will
relish, a bitter struggle for
control of the land of Spec-
tross draws a galactic line
between good and evil.
Author B.A. Larremore
chronicles their epic bat-
tle in his first novel, "Spec-
tross Wars: Raven and the
Dove."
If you like swords, sor-
cery, guns and gadgets,
along with a unique and
limitless world to explore,
this first of several books
is for you. Lose yourself
in the world of Spectross,
where war comes to every
man's doorstep.
Published by Tate Pub-
lishing and Enterprises,
the book is available at any
bookstore nationwide or
can be ordered at www.tate
publishing.com/bookstore,
www.barnesandnoble.com,
www.amazon.com or www.
target.com. Each printed
copy contains a code re-


deemable for a free audio
version from TatePublish-
ing.com.
Though appearing for
the first time in print, Lar-
remore is not new to writ-
ing. Having written sever-
al unpublished poems and
articles relating to faith
and the pursuit of God, his
penchant for imaginative
expression has brought
him to the permanent
voice of publishing. Lar-
remore currently serves
in law enforcement in the
Panhandle of Florida and
has been married to his
wife, Karla, for nearly nine
years. The couple has two
children and one on the
way.

Foundation accepting
grant requests
The. Hobbs Founda-
tion is accepting requests
for $10,000 grants for
charitable organizations
throughout the state of
Florida. The foundation
offers financial support to
organizations that provide
exceptional care and ser-
vices to underprivileged
children.
Since 2003, the Hobbs
Foundation has strived to
improve the lives of chil-
dren in Florida by provid-
ing the means necessary
for children to overcome
challenges and create op-
portunities for healthy
growth and development.
"On behalf of the Hqbbs
family and the Hobbs
Foundation, it is with
great pleasure that we of-
fer support to organiza-
tions that are dedicated
to educating, mentoring
and nurturing deserving
children that allows them
to reach for a brighter fu-
ture," said Hobbs Foun-
dation Grant Adminis-
trator Amanda Long.
"With these organizations'
help, we can offer oppor-
tunities to disadvantaged'
youth in our community
that would otherwise not
be possible."
The Hobbs Founda-
tion is a nonprofit, grant-
making foundation whose
mission is to form part-
nerships with charitable
organizations whose work
directly benefits under-
served children allowing
them to expand their out-
reach to children in need.
The foundation is accept-
ing grant requests through
the end of August to quali-
fied - nonprofit organiza-
tions. For more informa-
tion or to apply for fund-
ing, visit the foundation's
Web site at www.hobbs
foundation.com.


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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Cast and Crew Call
The Emerald Coast
Convention and Visitors
Bureau and the Okaloosa
Applied Technology Cen-
ter are offering the op-
portunity for actors and
film/TV production profes-
sionals to register with the
Emerald Coast Film Com-
mission and to learn about
the opportunities offered
by the center.
Take your headshot
(6x4 or 5x7) with personal
information including date
of birth, address, phone
and e-mail on the back, and
film resume, if you have
one, to the Okaloosa Ap-
plied Technology Center,
1976 Lewis Turner Blvd.
(next to the Fairgrounds),
Fort Walton Beach, on Sat-
urday from 9 a.m. until 2
p.m.


VOICES RAISED: The
Northwest Florida
Symphony Chorus
performs with our
regional symphony
orchestra in the fall and
spring.

Symphony Chorus
auditions
The Northwest Flor-
ida Symphony Chorus
will hold auditions on
Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 6:30
p.m. in the Tyler Recital
Hall of the Mattie Kelly
Fine & Performing Arts
Center at Northwest
Florida State College in
Niceville.
The Symphony Cho-
rus, under the direction
of Lois Van Dam, is com-
posed of talented vocal-
ists from throughout the
area and performs with
the Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra and
rehearses on Tuesday
evenings. This semester
the Chorus will be per-
forming Lullabies and
Carols by Conrad Susa
along with other holiday
fare. The spring semes-
ter will feature the Mo-
zart Requiem. For more
information, contact con-
ductor Van Dam at van-
daml@nwfsc.edu or at
850-729-6009.

Broadway & Artist
series ticket sales
Season ticket sales


NWFSC Special to CNB
NOTHING TO FEAR: Ed
Asner will appear as
F.D.R. in a one-man show
about the life of Franklin
D. Roosevelt, part of
' the Artists Series at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
at Northwest Florida
State College.

open Aug. 24 for the 2009-
10 series of Broadway's
best touring shows at the
Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Cen-
ter at Northwest Florida
State College. The cen-
ter will host six nation-
al shows including Le
Grand Cirque, Ed Asner
as FDR, The Wedding
Singer, Camelot, the in-
ternational ' sensation
Tap Dogs, and Spanish
guitarist Roni Benise in
his Emmy award-win-
ning stage show Nights
of Fire.
Season tickets are
$200 for a combo package
of six Broadway & Artist
shows or $165 for a pack-
age of four Broadway
events, the same afford-
able rate as past years.
Season tickets are avail-
able through October 23
by phone at 850-729-6000
or in person from the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
box office.
Individual tickets for
all national shows go on
sale Aug. 28 through the
center's Web site at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org
and Aug. 31 by phone or
in person from the box
office. Individual tickets
are $45 for each Broad-
way series event and $30
each for Artist Series
appearances by Benise
and Ed Asner. A group
discount, of $5 off per
ticket is available for
groups of 10 or more. As
each national show ap-
pears for one night only,
early ticket purchase is
encouraged as national
touring events often sell
out.

"Alice in
Wonderland"
auditions
Students in the sev-
enth grade through col-
lege age are invited to
audition for the Florida


Chautauqua Theatre's
upcoming production
of the musical "Alice in
Wonderland." Auditions
will be held Thursday,
Aug. 27, at 5 pl.m.
Take a wildly enter-
taining trip into the de-
lightful world of childhood
fantasies. This adapta-
tion of the Lewis Carroll
classic highlights and
improvises on the pure,
unadulterated fun of
the story. The lively
stage action, zany. dia-
logue and eclectic mix
o f tunes will have ev-
eryone grinning like the
Cheshire Cat.
To register to audi-
tion or for more informa-
tion, call 850-892-9494 or
e-mail info@fcweb.org.
E-mail is the preferred
means of communica-
tion. Auditions will be at
the theatre, 840 Baldwin
Ave., DeFuniak Springs.

Music & More
, theatre workshops
The Florida Chautau-
qua Theatre is accepting
applications for its ac-
claimed Music & More
Workshops for the fall
2009 season. Enrollment
is open until Aug. 31, but
may close earlier if class-
es reach their capacity.
Classes, meet Mon-
days and begin Sept. 14.
Workshop 1 for children
in Kindergarten through
third grade meet from
3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tu-
ition is $50 per month.
Workshop 2 for students
in sixth through eighth
grade meet from 4:30 to
6 p.m.. Tuition is $60.
Workshop students will
participate in the fall
production of "Alice in
Wonderland." (See above
listing.)
. For applications and
registration informa-
tion, call 850-892-9494 or
e-mail info@fcweb.org.
E-mail is the preferred
means of communica-
tion. Classes will be held
at the theatre, 840 Bald-
win Ave., DeFuniak
Springs.

Chamber Singers
auditions
The Okaloosa Cham-
ber Singers, now in its
12th season, is an audi-
tioned choir specializing
in the performance of
classical choral reper-
toire.
Rehearsals start Tues-
day, Sept. 15, at Grace
Presbyterian Church in
Niceville. Auditions are
by appointment. For fur-
ther information and to
schedule an audition
time, call Dr. Marilyn
Overturf, director, at 682-
9651.


Arts & Entertainment Briefs


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ARTS PLATE: The Okaloosa Arts Alliance distributes funds to member artists and
arts organizations raised through the sale of the Florida "State of the Arts"
specialty license plate in the county, as well as state, local and national grants.


Arts for a growing community


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Whether by accident
or just sheer diligence,
the Crestview Public Li-
brary has also become
the region's de facto arts
center. Local artists have
found an outlet to ex-
hibit their works in the
library's lobby display
case, a popular venue for
three-dimensionalpieces,
and the exhibition system
on the north wall allows
the display of two-dimen-
sional art.
"We are booked
through the year and al-
ready starting to consider
2010," said reference li-
brarian Sandra Dreaden
happily. "The response
from the art community
has been wonderful."
Dreaden, who is also
responsible for booking
the exhibition spaces, is
enthusiastic about the
opportunities the library
has offered local artists.
"There are so few plac-
es in the city for artists to
display their work," she
said.
The library's meeting
room has also become the
meeting place for the re-
gional north county com-
mittee of the Okaloosa
Arts Alliance, which held
its first gathering there
last month. This month's
meeting will be Tuesday,
Aug. 25 at 6 p.m.
"There is a lot of tal-
ent in Crestview and the
Crestview area," said Rae
Schwartz, a board mem-
ber of the OAA and facili-
tator of the July meeting.
The alliance is the
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OKALOOSA ARTS ALLIANCE LOCAL COMMITTEE
The next meeting of the area committee of Ihe
Okaloosa Arts Alliance is Tuesday, Aug 25, at
6 p.m in the Crestview Public Library meeting
room For further information about the OAA,
membership in the organization and about
the local committee, contact Rae Schwartz at
bakerny@yahoo.com or visit www.Okaloosarts.


org.

county's official arts or-
ganization, and in addi-
tion to organizing arts
events is also responsible
for distributing proceeds
from the sale of the "State
of the Arts" license plate
in the county.
Any member of the
OAA, be it an individual
artist, a performance
group, a school, etc., may
apply for grant money
from the alliance to fund
their artistic work. Grants
are not limited to visual
art; performance arts are
also eligible.
Membership is. a rea-
sonable $25 for individu-
als or $50 for arts organi-
zations, including schools.
For the one membership
fee, all of a school's arts
programs - including
theatre, music and visual
arts - would be included,
Schwartz explained.
With tight budgets
in our area schools,
Schwartz encourages
principals and arts teach-
ers to attend the next
meeting to learn more
about how their schools,
classes and programs
can benefit .from partici-
pation in the OAA and
its financial grants. Just
one grant can pay for a
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Grants can be pro-
vided for performances,
such as concerts or the-
atricals, covering every-
thing from set construc-
tion to transportation to a
regional competition. For
student visual artists, a
grant could provide sup-
plies needed to mount
a gallery exhibit or pur-
chase supplies. The OAA
even offers grant-writing
workshops to help mem-
bers apply for available
money.
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benefit as well, Schwartz
said. Often an artist be-
comes . so thoroughly
engrossed in creating
art that they don't, take
advantage of resources
outside of their studios
that will help them share
their art with the commu-
nity. In addition, the OAA
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which can be important
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As the Crestview area
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ART from page Al
no art instructors in our elementary
schools, even those lone teachers
who would push the magical cart
laden with art supplies from one
classroom to the next throughout
the day.
The Okaloosa Volunteer Arts
Learning (OVAL) program period-
ically visits schools during class,
inspiring students as they learn
about great works of world art
and then interpret them for them-
selves. However, OVAL's limited
volunteer resources can't provide
the regular weekly curriculum of
a comprehensive art instruction
program.
Fortunately for kids attending
Walker, Northwood and Bob Sikes
elementary schools, an optional
after-school art program will be of-
fered starting with the new school
year.
The local county Abrakadoodle
mobile art education program
based in Destin is expanding its
reach to Crestview this fall. Its
franchise owner and executive di-
rector, Erin Bakker, is giddy at the
prospect-of introducing local kids
to the magical world of art class.
"We take art programs to
schools," Bakker explained simply.
"We are so excited to be expanding
into the Crestview area this fall.
We already have a lot on the calen-
dar for those three schools."
Bakker became involved in art
education as a teacher at a south
county school. Recognizing a need
for art education, she began offer-
ing art classes after school.
"I started with four kids, and in
a week, I had 64 kids," she said. "I
thought there might be something
to this."
. After only a year in business,
the local Abrakadoodle won the


company's "Rising Splat" award
for the fastest start for a new fran-
chise in revenue and customers.
(Abrakadoodle's logo consists of
splatters of paint in the three pri-
mary colors of red, blue and yel-
low.)
"It was wonderful!" Bakker
exclaimed. "We knew we worked
hard, but it was nice to get the ku-
dos for it, too."
Abrakadoodle's art classes
meet after school and for two
hours on early release days and
will complement OVAL's efforts.
Family Fun Nights allow moms
and dads to get in on the artistry
and see what their budding artists
have been creating.
The classes are taught by local
art teachers who follow a curricu-
lum developed to exceed national
visual arts education standards,
but are tailored by Bakker and her
staff to meet local needs.
"There are a lot of things we
designed ourselves," Bakker said.
"We like to find our teachers' tal-
ents and really market them. But
all of our curriculum is in line with
national standards for art instruc-
tion."
Kids experience creating both
two- and three-dimensional art in
the program, including mixed me-
dia, collage, drawing, painting on
canvas, sewing and pottery.
"We look for teachers with ex-
perience in all areas of art, but we
also look for teachers with special-
ties," Bakker said.
In. fact, the local Abrakadoo-
dle's successful rapid growth has
actually led to something of an art
teacher shortage.
"We're almost going so fast I
feel like we're constantly hiring
teachers," Bakker said. "We could


grow a lot faster. We need more
teachers."
With the approval of Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts, superintendent of the
Okaloosa School District, the art
program is already enjoying suc-
cess in several schools in the south
end of the county, as well as in the
Fort Walton Beach Boys and Girls
Clubs.
"There is no greater supporter
of the arts than Dr. Tibbetts," Bak-
ker said. "She wants art more than
anybody else. She's been apprecia-
tive of Abrakadoodle because it's a
way for art to be offered in school.
It's just so important for kids to
gain that pride and confidence."
The principals -of schools with
Abrakadoodle classes also like the
program, and not just because of
the expanded educational opportu-
nities it offers their students. Ten
percent of the fee parents pay for
their children to take the classes
is rebated to the school.
"It costs the schools noth-
ing, and it provides an option for
the parents," Bakker said. "We
are very excited that principals
are committed to keeping art in
the schools despite budget con-
straints."
Abrakadoodle courses will be
offered with the start of the new
school year, beginning with the
theme "Around the World We Go
with Abrakadoodle," which looks
at art and design styles of differ-
ent world cultures. All art sup-
plies are included in the registra-
tion fee.
"We are so excited to be in
Crestview. I just know it will be a
hit and set the tone for art edu-
cation," Bakker said. "There's
a large appreciation for it in the
community."


CLAUDETTE from page Al


ter rather
than make
the trip back
home.
"I wasn't
worried,"
Saeger said.
"I didn't
know any-
one in Crest-
view, so I
stayed at the
shelter and


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wound up helping them
set everything up."
As of press time Mon-
day, Tropical Storm Ana
had been downgraded to a
depression and, was trek-
king west toward the Lee-
ward Island and Puerto
Rico. Tropical Storm Bill
was gathering strength in
the Atlantic and was ex-
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This hurricane season
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Aug. 24, 1992, when Hur-
ricane Andrew slammed
into South Florida dev-
astating Homestead and
parts of Miami, has it been
this late in the hurricane
season before there was a
named tropical storm.
August and September
are traditionally the most
active hurricane months
packing the most power-
ful storms.
Villani said wind shear
in the Gulf of Mexico was
not conducive to hurri-
cane development earlier
in the season, but con-
ditioris are now ripe for
storm intensification.


Now is
the time,
he said, for
residents to
make sure
they have an
evacuation
plan in place
and prepare
for the pos-
sibility of a


hurricane
landfall dur-
ing the remainder of the
hurricane season.
"Claudette is a good
little wake-up reminder,"
Villani said. "It is good
in that it helps to raise
everyone's level of aware-
ness."
The storm was also
,a good practice run for
the American Red Cross,
which began watching the
storm when it was just a
blob off the coast of Af-
rica.
"Mobilizing volunteers,
readying facilities and en-
suring there are meals for
those in need takes a bit
of time. We begin to pre-
pare even when we aren't
sure what the end result
will be," said Ken Cromer,
director of disaster ser-
vices for the agency.
Jerry Kindle, CEO for
the organization, said do-
nations are not keeping
up with demand for ser-
vices. Worried that one
large hurricane will wipe
out the local relief fund,
Kindle encouraged all
residents who are able to
make a donation to 'do so.


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CITY from aeA l


Police Department squad car to basic com-
munications, the city is constantly looking
for Ways to better serve its citizens.
"We're looking at new ways of introduc-
ing technology in other areas, too," Cadle
said. "I'm encouraging everyone to keep
looking at different avenues to make it eas-
ier for citizens to be able to reach us from
their desktop."
Councilman Chip Wells, for example, is
interested in introducing art electronic vot-
ing board in the council chamber to visu-
ally document votes for the audience, Cadle
said.
"I would like to see more permitting and
licenses, that sort of thing, available online,"
Cadle said. For example, he said, an organi-
zation seeking a parade permit could down-
load and complete the application from
home, saving an extra trip to City Hall.
Each city department has embraced
technology as it seeks to offer its services
more effectively.

City clerk's office
City Clerk Janice Young said her office
has received praise from citizens who have
taken advantage of online, water bill pay-
ments.
"Pretty soon, we're looking forward to
paying your bill through your bank," Young
said.
Noting the success the Auburn Water
System has had with an automated system
that warns delinquent customers that their
water service will soon be cut off, Young's of-
fice has implemented a similar program in
Crestview, hoping that, like Auburn's, it will
lead to fewer customers losing their water
service due to overdue bills.
"We are starting a monthly call to resi-
dents that have more than a two-month
overdue bill, advising them their water
would be turned off by a certain date," Young
explained. "That way if they just forgot, it,
they can avoid having their water cut off."
The program, only a few weeks old, has
had an immediate effect.
"I noticed we have been so busy with
calls from residents because of the record-
ing they received," Young said.
Residents who have not updated their


phone number should call the clerk's office
at 682-6134, ext. 246, to assure the city has
a current contact number, Young reminded
customers.
"We've come a long way in assisting our
citizens," Young said.

Administrative services
One of the city's most successful uses of
technology is a system running in Planning
& Zoning, said Administrative Services Di-
rector Mike Wing.
"We have a computer system that we
use to process building permits and zoning
applications," Wing explained. "It helps us
track licensing and then the various subcon-
tracts that come after a general contractor
has purchased a general permit.
"All of that is wireless, so our inspectors,
who have a computer in the field, when an in-
spection is ordered, it immediately appears
on their screen, so they can take care of an
inspection in the field," Wing said. "When it
passes an inspection, it is immediately up-
dated in the system, and that information is
available to the builder."
Keeping track of the many details of a
construction project can be cumbersome,
and key information might go unrecorded or
be overlooked under the old manual system,
Wing said.
"It keeps a' much better record," he
said. "For example, it has a lot of automatic
checks in it. If someone orders an inspec-
tion but there was a problem with a previ-
ous inspection, it alerts the inspector so we
don't bypass important steps that need to be
completed.
"Especially when it gets real busy, it is
important not to miss important details,"
Wing said. "If you're not careful, you can
miss a step because there area lot of people
involved in the process."
Wing said technology has benefited sev-
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well.
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PRODUCTION CREW: Members of the "Find My Family"
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ABC taped footage in Crestview for upcoming series
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Bamboo Sushi and Hiba- '-
chi' Express served up the
setting for a possible episode
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On Aug. 11, producers and
camera crews turned the
front half of the restaurant
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Family."
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bers, such as children given
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when families separate and
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Crestview News Bulletin [ A7


A similar "Find My Fami-
ly" program is a hit in Austra-
lia. The creators of "Extreme
Makeover: Home Edition" are
the driving force behind the
upcoming U.S. version of the
program.
Julie Laughlin-Jones, the
executive producer at the
taping, said the series is ex-
pected to debut in December
or January.
"It's a very family-orient-
ed, feel-good show," she said.
Producers preferred not
to identify the woman at the
focus of the Crestview taping,
explaining that the family-
finding process is a delicate
one.
They did say they story
subject is a Crestview woman,
a mother of two whose hus-
band is in the Air Force and is
currently deployed overseas.
"We're just shooting a typi-


cal night out with friends,"
Laughlin-Jones said. "We're
looking at her journey, the
loving family she has had and
why she wants to reunite."
Bamboo Sushi has aired
television commercials be-
fore, but the presence of a
network television crew was
a first for the restaurant in
the southeast corner of the
Crestview Corners shopping
center.
"They talked to my brother
Mike about shooting here, and
we said sure," owner Danny
Ledford said. "This is a huge
opportunity, being a new com-
pany."
"It's a good, feel-good sto-
ry for us to be a part of. There
are so many reality shows on
TV that are just crazy, risque,
and this is a show that is go-
ing to be something good to
watch."


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
PRODUCTION CREW: Members of the "Find My Family" production crew
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Local


Wednesday, August 19, 2009


CITY from page A4


coordinates the officials who
referee the games.
At the Bob Sikes Public
Library "the system helps
keep up with inventory,"
Wing said. "It helps us main-
tain a fresh and current
collection, so that we're not
wasting money buying books
we already have or leave a
hole in our collection.
"Plus it coordinates with
other libraries in the coop-
erative," he added.
Library patrons can use
many online resources from
their home computers just
by entering their library
card number.
"I know when I have a
problem with my car I can
go to the Chilton's site to
see what I need to do," Wing
said, referring to the popular
automotive repair manuals.
"A lot of people don't realize
we have access to it simply
by having a library card."
Even Animal Control
keeps its critters invento-
ried in a database specific to
its function.
"It uses a similar pro-
gram (to the library's) to
track an animal from the
moment it comes into the


shelter until when it goes
out," Wing said.

Police department
Paperwork is the bane of
community policing. When
an officer who could be on
patrol, interacting with the
community and making its
residents safer, is instead
stuck back at headquarters
completing reams of paper-
work, his or her primary
duties are not being accom-
plished.
In Crestview, every pa-
trol vehicle is now equipped
with a laptop computer that
speeds up the inevitable pa-
perwork, but also does a lot
more.
"It greatly reduces the
time we need to get infor-
mation back because we
have it right at our finger-
tips," explained Crestview
Police Department Maj.
Joseph Floyd. "It really
expedites the information
flow from the state to us.
We don't have to go through
Dispatch to get information,
thereby increasing our effi-
ciency almost 100 percent."
"The nice thing is we


have a region-wide data
base shared with other
agencies we use to get in-
vestigative information and
information on warrants,"
said Lt. Kent Buckner,
who doubles as one of the
department's technology
gurus.
Buckner said even more
electronic resources will
soon be coming to the CPD.
"We'll be going with ,GPS
location and mapping, and
that will streamline our re-
sponse as far as sending the
closest officer to a scene,"
Buckner said. "It displays
a map image and will have
real-time information about
the location of emergency
vehicles."
Buckner also has been
involved with the depart-
ment's Digital Child ID pro-
gram, which uses informa-
tion technology to document
a child's characteristics.
"That consists of a pho-
tograph of the child, a video
and digitally scanned 10 fin-
gerprints," Buckner said.
"We give it to the parent
both on a CD and a printed
document."
Buckner said the depart-


ment continues to keep
abreast of technological
crime-fighting and commu-
nity policing technologies.
"Anything to make things
easier for both us and the
citizens," he said.

Fire department
You can't put out a fire
with a laptop, but the Crest-
view Fire Department uses
computer technology in
several ways to improve its
firefighters' training, as well
as response time.
Dailymorning staff meet-
ings, for example, no longer
take battalion commanders
away from their stations to
gather at the main building
on,Woodruff Avenue.
For a while, meetings
were held via a telephone
conference call. Now they
are going even further.
"What we're doing now is
bringing them in on a video
conference," said Chief Joe
Traylor. "We're going to ex-
pand that to where we pre
able to do video training,
where they'll participate
from their individual sta-
tions."


In the past, firefighters
would gather at a central
classroom for many training
programs. Video conferenc-
ing eliminates the need to
transport them from their
own stations.
"For academic class-'
room training, we'll be able
to leave the crews in their.
individual stations," Tray-
lor said. "We'll save money
in fuel costs. This will also
save response time by not
bringing them out of their
stations."
If an alarm comes in, then
the firefighters can pause
their lesson, grab their gear
and respond. When they
return, they can pick up
their training program right
where they left off.
New fire simulation soft-
ware also has been integrat-
ed into ongoing firefighting
training. The department
will take digital pictures of
various buildings through-
out the city, load them into a
computer, then "burn them
down" using the software to
simulate fires. Traylor said
they can program the in-
tensity and size of the digi-
tal fires and also program


other variables.
"It will give us another
opportunity for training,"
Traylor said. "It'll be aca-
demic but interactive."
The fire department's
representative to 'county
emergency operations
meetings now goes armed
with a laptop and camera.
"When the county holds
briefings, we will be able to
go live on video feed to the
city's EOC on Brookmeade
Drive," Traylor explained.
"While we don't want to
have hurricanes, it will be a
benefit to have our officials
in our EOC participate in
updates with the county in
their EOC."
"What we're trying,to do
is look at ways we can cut
our operating costs," Tray-
lor said. "We continue to
look for inventive ways to do
things."
Cadle encouraged resi-
dents to share their ideas
for improving the city's ef-
ficiency with his office or
their council member. "Any-
thing we can do to speed up
the process to help citizens,
we'll consider it," Cadle
said.


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enrolling students for our after school care program.
The hours of operation will be Monday through Friday, 2
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Traffic stop leads


to drug bust


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Crestview News
Bulletin

A 21-year-old


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Wednesday night
following a traffic BRAD
stop on West Rob-
inson Avenue.
Crestview police offi-
cers noticed the orange
Chevrolet, in which Nakia
Latease Bradshaw was a
passenger, did not have an
operation left brake light
and executed a traffic stop
of the vehicle.
Because the car was
not his, the driver did not
give officers permission to
search the vehicle, though
Bradshaw, a resident of
Martin Luther King Bou-
levard, said, "Yeah, go
ahead and search; I'm re-
sponsible," according to
her arrest report.
When a K-9 officer
searching the outside of
the vehicle alerted to the
possibility of narcotics
being inside the car, the
occupants were detained
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was made. A Street
Crimes Unit officer
located a digital
scale in the glove
* box "with suspect-
ed cocaine residue
on it," the report
SHAW stated. The report
said the glove box
was in front of the
seat occupied by Brad-
shaw, and the scale tested
positive for the presence
of cocaine.
A search of Bradshaw
by a female officer netted
$1,280 in cash "folded into
'street folds,"' according
to the report.
Bradshaw was ar-
rested on felony charges
of cocaine possession
and possession of drug
parapherhalia. Her cash
and vehicle were seized.
She faces a Sept. 22 court
date.


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Special to News Bulletin
Clarke Bare-
field Sr., formally of
Crestview and En- I
terprise, Ala., will
celebrate his 100th
birthday on Satur-
day, Aug. 22. BARE
Barefield was
born in Lauderdale,
Miss., in 1909 to Dr. Theo-
dore K. Barefield and Ta-
lula Dillehay Barefield. He
graduated high school and
attended Bowling Green
College. He served in the
U.S. Army as a sergeant
with the 153 Observation
Squadron during World
War II.
After the war, Barefield
worked for his brother Ted
at his Western Auto store
in Panama City. In 1949, he
purchased his own Western
Auto store in Crestview.
He was very active in the
community and the First
United Methodist Church


in Crestview, where
he served as super-
intendent of Sunday
school for many
' years. He was an
,. active Kiwanian,
/ serving as presi-
dent; active in the
FIELD Chamber of Com-
merce; and served
on the local draft
board and the Crestview
Housing Authority.
Mr. Barefield sold his
store and retired in 1972.
His .children are Beverly
Ann, Clarke and wife, Jill,
and Jan. His grandchildren
are Trey and Wendy Bare-
field, Jesse and Brandi
Barefield. Great-grandchil-
dren are Savannah, Drew,
Jorah and Jace.
A celebration will be
held Friday, Aug. 21, at
the Twin Cities Pavilion in
Niceville, where Barefield
resides, and a family cel-
ebration will follow on Aug.
22.


Family of 12 displaced

by Crestview fire


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin


A family of 12 that in-
cludes nine children ages 2
to 17 was displaced by a Sat-
urday morning fire.
"They need clothes,
shoes, food and 'school sup-
plies," said Deb McCabe, a
disaster services volunteer
with the American Red
Cross.
No one was injured in the
fire at 297 Chestnut Ave., ig-
nited about 10:35 a.m. The
fire started in a bedroom,'
according to the Crestview
Fire Department.
Family members dis-
placed by the fire include a
man and woman, the wom-
an's mother and nine chil-
dren, McCabe said. Mem-
bers of the family could not
be reached for comment.
The Red Cross put the
family up in a Crestview ho-
tel, but most of the family's
belongings were destroyed
in the fire, including bed-
ding and other daily essen-


tials.
The immediate need for
clothing and school supplies
are a concern given the up-
coming start of the new
school year, McCabe said.
The blaze took 30 min-
utes to control and 90 min-
utes to extinguish, said Bat-
taliori Chief Jon C. Riedel.
The wood-frame house sus-
tained $150,000 in damage.
"Unfortunately, with the
older wooden structures,
once a fire gets going, it
goes like a matchbox," Rie-
del said.
Firefighters from the
North Okaloosa, ,Holt and
Baker fire departments also
responded.
The Florida State Fire
Marshal's Office is investi-
gating the cause of the blaze.
Want to help? Call the
American Red Cross at 850-
682-3356.
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Al0 I Crestview News Bulletin


Opinion


Wednesday, August 19,2009


HUBBUB

Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web
site.

Topic: Curtain rises on new Crestview High
School drama teacher.
I am so glad to see a new teacher has been hired to
continue this excellent program at the high school. I am
sure the principal wrestled with the temptation to use
the money from Mr. Hernandez's resignation to hire
another sports coach. I'm glad our children's education
was a priority instead. We can't wait to see the new play
they are doing next month!

I'm glad to hear that the theatre program at CHS is
going to continue on. I hear the cast is doing a great job
and that the administration has done a great job at sup-
porting the cast and the department. I look forward to
seeing the newly renovated Pearl Tyner as well as the
first show of the season. Break a leg Ms. Wilks and the
cast of Brighton Beach. I know the show will be great.
We here in the Crestview community are glad to see the
arts shining.

Topic: Congressman Jeff Miller checks out local
health care at NOMC
Like the rest of our local right-wingers, Jeff Miller
says "we need to get costs down but I don't support the
administration's plan." Well, let's have another plan
Jeff. Any plan. All the Republicans do is complain about
the efforts of the president and Democrats to actually
DO something, The Republicans had more than eight
years to offer a remedy of their own and did nothing
while the problem got worse. Now that someone's actu-
ally doing something, all they do is whine and complain.
Guess they must be making a mint off the status quo.

I seem to remember the Democrats doing the same
thing when the Republicans tried to pass a healthcare
plan shortly after Bush came into office. As for eight
.years, you seem to forget the last two years that Bush
was president, the Democrats had the majority in both
houses.

The Republicans controlled Congress for 12 years,
not 8, and not an ounce of healthcare reform was passed
under their watch. At last we have a Congress that is
actually doing something about it. And all Jeff Miller
and his pals can do about it is complain when they could
actually be helping assure most Americans have access
to quality healthcare.

Our Republican leaders are actually doing some-
thing and not just complaining at the specter of reform
being passed under the other party's watch. They are'
also engaging in scare tactics, which is their forte. Nev-
er mind there is no truth to the lies they spread, such as
seniors have to get death counseling, hospice care, etc.
Why let the truth stand in the way when your party is
under the threat of being exposed as the cheerleaders
for the status quo?

Topic: Boys & Girls Clubs to open Crestview fa-
cility
How can we get in touch with somebody to help or
volunteer?

Go, to the Web site Boys and Girls Club of the Emer-
ald Coast. All the .vol info is there. Outstanding for our
community!



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PASSING SHOTS

Thank you for making Crestview our home
It was time to go home. year. director of content Pat time here.
That's the best way I Instead, this is a Rice for providing the Thank you everyone
can explain why my last thank-you. best working environment who read those articles
day at the News Bulletin Thank you to former for an editor that I've ever in the print edition of
was Aug. 14. News Bulletin publisher experience. the Crestview News
As you read this, it's Jim Knudsen and former Thank you to everyone Bulletin and at www.
my first week on the News Bulletin managing I worked with over my crestviewbulletin.com.
job as the new Sports editor Steve Andrews for 40-plus total months at And last but not least,
Information Director at taking a chance on the News Bulletin. thank you to everyone
Indiana University East a young Hoosier Special thanks who treated me and my
in Richmond, Ind. It's the back in 2005. to current News family so well during our
area where I grew up. It's Thank you . Bulletin editorial time here.
the area where my family to former News staff members It was time to go
still lives. It's a 75-minute Bulletin general " Renee Bell, home, but know you've
drive (when snow isn't on manager Kelly Randy Dickson, made north Okaloosa
the ground) from where Humphrey for Brian Hughes County feel like home as
my wife's family lives, bringing me KYLE WRIGHT and Ann Spann, well.
Thanks to the magic back to the News who accepted an
of the Internet and cell Bulletin in 2007 unproven former Kyle Wright's last
phones, this isn't a good- after a brief absence. sportswriter as their day as News Bulletin
bye. You can find my Thank you to current editor and did their Editor was Aug. 14.
e-mail at the end of this News Bulletin publisher very best to accept and He is now the Sports
column. And my wife's Jason Mobley, Florida implement my ideas. Information Director
family has vacationed in Freedom Newspapers Thank you to everyone at Indiana University
Okaloosa County for more Regional vice president who contributed in some East in Richmond, Ind.
than 20 years, so I expect Karen Hanes and Florida way to the articles I Kyle ,can be reached at
to, stop by at least once a Freedom Newspapers wrote during my kjwright28@yahoo.com.


Relishing a return to Crestview


A week ago today I took
over as the new editor for
the News Bulletin.
It is a homecoming for
me.
I covered Crestview as a
reporter for the Northwest
Florida Daily News for a
couple of years beginning
in 2000, working out of
the paper's bureau then
located on State Road 85.
* The city has grown
since that time and much
has changed.
,Crestview boasts a
new mayor and police
chief credited with
instilling a new sense of
professionalism within the
city's ranks.
For the mostpart,
there has been a change of
.guard on the Crestview city
council and, unfortunately,
some of the old restaurants
and businesses I used to
frequent are gone.
Some familiar faces
remain though.
Linda Parker still sits
on the city council, Chief
Joe Traylor continues to
spearhead the city's fire
department and Mack
Brooks still cuts hair and


dishes dirt from the same
downtown barber shop he
has operated for decades.
I'm looking forward
to renewing old.
acquaintances
and making new
friends. In the
upcoming weeks; I
will be making the
rounds, introducing
myself to public
officials, business MIC
leaders and STEV
residents. 850-68
I want to know
what is working and
what needs addressing in
Crestview, Baker, Laurel
Hill, Dorcas, Holt and the
myriad other communities
north of Interstate 10.
The new school year
is soon upon us and
I want to meet with
principals, teachers and
parents. As a former
education reporter, I am
intimately familiar with the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test, Title One
and No Child Left Behind.
I'd like to know if the
state's budget woes are
expected to impact one of
the best school districts


in the state and hope
to share area school
accomplishments with our
readers.
As for me?
I have been
married for 18
years to my lovely
wife, Brenda,
and have three
wonderful step-
daughters who are
HAEL grown with families
IWART of their own.
82-6524 I am a long-
time news junkie
and journalism graduate
with a second major
in government and
international affairs.
I have worked at three
daily newspapers.
My last stint was at the
Pensacola News Journal
where I worked for six
years. My last two years
there I was the paper's
investigative reporter.
Over the years I have
covered most major
newspaper beats, including
health care, courts and
law enforcement, city and
county governments and
the military.
I know I have some big


shoes to fill. Former News
Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright
is headed back to his
Indiana hometown and will
be missed,
I can't replace Kyle but
I can promise you I will
work hard to continue to
make the News Bulletin
your source for local
information.
Meanwhile, I am.
looking forward to making
Crestview my home.
I grew up in Pensacola
but spent a lot of in time
as a youth in North Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa
counties.
Summers, weekends
and vacations were spent
with my family swimming
at Krul Lake, hikirig trails
in Blackwater River State
Forest, fishing Yellow River
and camping at Hurricane,
Bear and Karick lakes.
My wife, Brenda, and I
still camp at Karick Lake
and Krul Lake remains
the go-tospot for family
picnics when my three
step-daughters and their
families visit.
Some things never
change.


OKALOOSA COUNTY EXTENSION

Time to begin planting fall vegetable gardens


The hot weather may
not indicate it, but it's time
to begin a fall vegetable
garden.
Cool-season vegetables
include many of the leafy-
green vegetables such
as cabbage, collards and
spinach. Other cool-season
vegetables that you can
enjoy include radish, beets
and carrots.
Let's take a closer look .
at some of the plants to be
planted for the fall.
Broccoli is an excellent
crop for the home garden.
General cultural practices
are about the same as
for cabbage. Broccoli and
cabbage should be planted
during August or the first of
September. . .


Collards will
withstand wide ranges of
temperatures if properly
conditioned. They may be
direct seeded and thinned
to cabbage spacing or
plants may be set. Collards
may be harvested by
cutting the whole plant or
by "cropping" individual
leaves. Plant collards
.during August or the first of
September.
Onions are generally
grown from sets or plants.
Sets and plants will require
about six to eight weeks to
reach eating size. Bulbing
onions will not be ready
to harvest until spring.
Sets and plants should
be spaced about two
inches apart. Plant onions


from September through
December.
Other cool season
vegetables to try include:
Beets, plant Aug. 1-Sept. 20;
carrots, plant Aug. 20-Sept.
15; cauliflower, plant Aug.
15-Oct. 15; kale, plant Aug.
15-Oct. 15; lettuce, plant
Sept. 1-Oct. 1; mustard,
plant Aug. 20-Sept. 10;
spinach, plant October-
November; turnips plant
Aug. 10-Oct. 1.
The preparation foi a
fall-season garden is the
same as for an earlier
garden.
Choose a sunny location
that receives at least eight
hours of sunlight per day.
Most vegetables perform
poorly in shade. Avoid


locating your garden near
hedges or trees. They may
create too much shade and
compete with the garden
for moisture and nutrients.
Locate garden near the
house to make it easier to
periodically check for insect
pests, and disease.,Plus it's
easier to keep an eye on
the garden for larger pests
such as birds, squirrels
and rabbits. Closeness
to the house will make it
convenient in tending and
harvesting the garden.
If possible, locate your
garden near a water supply
so it can be watered as
needed.
Larry Williams, UF/
IFAS Extension Agent,
Okaloosa County


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Story and photos by Ann Spann
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Valorie Burton, life
strategist and author of
five personal develop- . .
ment books, was the guest
speaker at the sixth an-
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ebration on Aug. 13 in
Crestview...,
"My mission in life is
to inspire women to live
more fulfilling lives," Bur- "
ton told an audience that
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Burton urged women
to tap into their gifts,
strengths and natural abil- Life coach and author, Valorie Burton Burton is pictured with North Okaloosa Medical Center CEO David Sanders and Woman's
ities as she offered tips for was the guest speaker at the sixth .Advisory Committee Chairperson Pam Meadows during the Healthy Woman Celebration.
self-improvement. "Find annual Healthy Woman Celebrafion.
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which includes dinner and celebration while visiting relatives in Crestview.
a guest speaker, is orga-
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Women's Advisory Com-
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A 12 I Crestview News Bulletin Military



Legionnaires celebrate the inauguration


of new GI Bill benefits for veterans,


WASHINGTON -As veterans start
the'new academic year,; the leader
of The American Legion said he is
happy to see that they will be able
to enjoy the benefits of the new GI
Bill.
"August 1st (was) a proud day
for us," David K. Rehbein, national
commander of the nation's larg-
est veterans service organization,
said. "That's when the educational
benefits in the Post-9/11 Veterans
Education Assistance Act (took)
effect - benefits that The Ameri-
can Legion worked hard to bring
about."
In fact, The American Legion
was so instrumental in the passage
of the most sweeping veterans ben-
efit in generations that U.S. Rep.
Chet Edwards said at the time,
"Passing this historic new GI Bill
into law could not have happened
without the dedicated efforts of
The American Legion."
The Legion's role in the formu-
lation of the new GI Bill has deep
historical roots. Members of The
American Legion drafted the origi-
nal Servicemen's Readjustment
Act, popularly known as the GI Bill,


in 1944. It was written in longhand
on hotel stationery by American
Legion Past National Commander
Harry Colmery.
The largest scholarship pro-
gram in U.S. history, the GI Bill also
made home ownership a possibility
for a new generation of Americans,
transforming the Ame'lican econo-
my and creating the middle class.
The American Legion contin-
ued its staunch advocacy for vet-
erans, playing a key role in every
readjustment legislation since
1944. While some of the successors
to the GI Bill fell short of what The
American Legion hoped for, the
organization worked closely with
then-U.S. Rep. G.V "Sonny" Mont-
gomery on the improved "Mont-
gomery GI Bill," which benefited
peacetime veterans.
While The American Legion
has never stopped pushing for a
comprehensive benefit to cover all
education costs for veterans, the
organization went clearly on the
record at its 1992 National Conven-
tion in Chicago. Delegates there
unanimously passed Resolution 3,
which called for the establishment


of "a benefit package commensu-
rate with those provided veterans
of World War II, Korea and Viet-
nam."
As the Global War on Terrorism
progressed, it became clear that
National Guard and Reserve vet-
erans, who were serving in large
numbers during the conflicts in
Iraq and Afghanistan, were not be-
ing compensated as generously as
their active-duty counterparts.
It was time for a new GI Bill. The
American Legion and Congress,
among others, set about creating
one. A longtime Legionnaire, Sen.
Jim Webb, D-Va., built a bipartisan
coalition in the Senate. The final bill
included a provision that allowed
for the transferability of benefits
to family members, an additional
benefit supported by The Ameri-
can Legion. The bill was signed by
President George W Bush on June
30, 2008.
The new GI Bill does not re-
place existing education programs
for veterans, but augments them.
Depending upon individual needs
and eligibilities, benefits of the old-
er Montgomery GI Bill, the Mont-


gomery GI Bill/Selected Reserve,
and the Reserve Educational As-
sistance Program (REAP) are still
available as well.
The American Legion explains
veterans educational benefits in
great detail at www.mygibill.org.
"The new GI Bill is a bill worthy
of its name," Rehben said. "While
we believe this is a great benefit
to America's veterans and their
families, The American Legion will
monitor the administration of it and
ensure that the benefits that these
veterans so richly deserve are not
diminished. If any veteran has dif-
ficulty accessing their GI Bill ben-
efits, we at The American Legion
want to know about it. All they need
to do is contact The American Le-
gion."
With a current membership of
2.5 million wartime veterans, The
American Legion was founded in
1919 on the four pillars of a strong
national security, veterans affairs,
Americanism, and the mentoring
of youth. Legionnaires work for the
betterment of their communities
through more than 14,000 posts
across the nation.


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Military

BRIEFS

Steven L. Benthal Jr.
Steven L. Benthal Jr.
has been commissioned as
a second lieutenant in the
U.S. Air Force after com-
pleting the Air Force ROTC
(Reserve Officer Training
Corps) program and grad-
uating with a bachelor's
degree from South Dakota
State University, Brook-
ings.
ROTC is an educational
program designed to pro-
vide college students an
opportunity to be Air Force
officers after completing
military study courses and
bachelor's degree require-
ments at a host college or
university. The program
is the largest and oldest
source of commissioned
officers, for the Air Force,
with a mission to produce
and develop highly quali-
fied military leaders and
better citizens for Ameri-
ca.
The officers ' pursue
their Air Force careers in'
air, space and cyberspace
fields and other scientific,
technical and administra-
tive professions as leaders
helping to meet the chal-
lenges of the 21st century
and beyond.
Benthal, a develop-
mental engineer, will be
assigned to Wright-Patter-
son Air Force Base, Day-
ton, Ohio. He is the son of
Steve and Teresa Benthal
of Crestview. The lieuten-
ant received a bachelor's
degree in 2009.


Darrell A. Estelle
Army Pvt. Darrell A.
Estelle has graduated
from basic combat training
at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mission,
history, tradition and core
values, physical fitness,
and received instruction
and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weap-
1 ons, chemical warfare and
bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
He is the son of Deborah
Estelle of Crestvipw and a
2006 graduate of Crestview
H High School.

Alexander L.
S Cihanowic
., Alexander L. Cihanowic
: has received an Air Force
ROTC (Reserve Officer
Training Corps) college
scholarship offer to attend
a selected host college or
university.
The cadet was selected
to receive the scholarship
certificate on the basis of
comprehensive tests, high
school scholastic achieve-
Srment, and extra-curricular
activities. The majority of
Air Force ROTC 'scholar-
ships cover full college/
university tuition, provide
, textbook allowance, and
pay most laboratory or in-
cidental fees. In addition,
; at least a $300 tax-free
monthly allowance is paid
to recipients during the ac-
ademic year. The estimat-
ed value of the scholarship
depends on the student's
choice of school and type
of scholarship offered.
Upon graduation from
college and completion of
the ROTC program, the
cadet will receive a bache-
lor's degree and a commis-
sion of second lieutenant
in the Air Force.
He is the son of Daniel
and Lynda Cihanowic of
Crestview and is currently
a student at Crestview Se-
nior High School.


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& NOTES
Golf at Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball, Aug. 13
1. David Smith, Noim
Hullinger, Don Mazerat,
David Gansel -10
2. David Pitts, Werth
Pittman, Neil Thompson,
Richard Lawson -8
3. Don Kearney, Ron
Boisjolie, Jesse Dennis,
George Bonner -7
Sunday Lowball, Aug. 16
1. Brad C-G...irn .11
Goodard, David Hinnant,
Tom Cook-1 1
2. Steve Whiddon, Jerry
Maughon, Bo Belanger, Jay
Lang -11
3. Jett Holmes, Heidi Blair,
Bob Tilley, Owen Edwards -9
4. Alan Parsons,
Lavaughn Dorman, Jerry
Smyrl, Howard Mitchell,
Danny Josey -9
Hole-in-One
Steve Whiddon, Crestview,
Hole No. 16, 169 yards,
4-iron

CHS football tickets
Reserved seating for the
2009 Crestview High School
football season'went oh sale
Monday to existing ticket,
holders.
Tickets are $35 and will
be sold daily in the main
office from 8 a.m.-to 2 p.m.
On Aug. 21, any remaining
seats will be available to the
general public.

Baker coed baseball
Baker Area Youth
Association is holding
registration for the fall coed
baseball league for children
ages 6-13. Sign up now
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
or Friday from 4-7 p.m.:
Cost is $40 per child. All
games will be on.Tuesday
and Thursday nights at BAYA.
Season starts in September.
For more information, call
537-4549. Leave a message
if there is no answer.
YMCA Flag football
and fall soccer
Registration is being held
for the Crestview Family
YMCA flag football and fall
soccer leagues through Sept.
14 at the Crestview YMCA at
298 N. Wilson.St.
The season runs Oct. 10-
Nov. 12.
Cost is $36 for YMCA
members'and $48 for
nonmembers.
For more information, call
the YMCA at 689-2999.

Knights of Columbus
Golf Tournament
The Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 ,will hold its
annual golf tournament Sept.
19 at Foxwood Country Club
at 8 a.m.
Cost for the tournament is
$31 for Foxwood members
and $45 for nonmembers in
a four-man format.
For more information or
to receive an entry form, call
Pat Quinn at 683-3585 or
225-1390.

GFWC golf tourney
The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview Inc. will
host its inaugural four-person
low ball golf tournament on
Oct. 9 at Foxwood Country
Club. The entry fee is $50
per player and includes cart,
soft drink/water and lunch.
Prizes will be awarded
for closest to the pin and the
top three places for men and
women. Sign-in starts at 7
a.m. with an 8 a.m. shotgun
start.
There will be 50/50 play,
handicap play and a live
auction.
Hole sponsorships are
available for $50 per hole.
Proceeds from this event help
support club charities. For
more information or an entry
form, call 682-1416, 217-
5869 or 682-5324.

Loop the Lake 5K
Lace up your running
shoes and get set to run or
walk around historic Lake
DeFuniak during the Loop
the Lake 5K Run/Walk and
1-mile Fun Run on Sept. 12
from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m.
The event is a fundraiser for
the 2009 American Heart
Association Heart Walk.


See NOTES B2


Two Baker coaches step down


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Longtime Baker girls basketball
coach Kathy Combest is stepping
down after 13 years at the helm of
the Gator program. Combest's as-
sistant'coach Kim Harrison also is
stepping down.
Combest, who resigned as the
Gator volleyball coach after the
2007 season, posted a 175-115 re-
cord in 13 years at the helm of the
basketball program. She led the
team to seven district titles, 11


playoff appearances and one trip
to the state final four.
Combest, who battled cancer
two years ago, said she is still in
remission from the disease and it
had nothing-to do with her sudden
resignation. Rather, it was variety
of reasons that led her to step down
a little less than two weeks before
the start of the 2009-10 school year.
"It goes back a long ways,"
Combest said. "When we first
started coaching, we got paid for
the summer, but that hasn't hap-
pened for six or seven years unless


we conduct some sort of camp.
"I'm a fund-raiser to pay for all
of my programs, and then I have to
work free for free all the time in the
summer."
Combest also mentioned the
change in travel policy that once
gave a financial break to a coach
that drove the bus. Now a team
must pay the same rate for travel-
ing by bus whether the coach or
some other, certified driver is be-
hind the wheel.
She's not happy with a .recent
decision to move middle school


basketball from the fall to the win-
ter, either.
And while she's still in remis-
sion from the cancer, her health is
an issue. Combest believes she'll
reduce some of the stress in her
life by stepping down, which she
hopes will continue to help with
her recovery.
Crestviewboys basketball coach
Keith White coached the CHS girls
last- year, and he was surprised at
the news.

See COACHES B2



Sulldogs



eadv to


get going-


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Veteran Crestview coach Matt Brunson
knew what to expect when the Bulldogs went
in full pads for the first time last week.
"We had two days in gear," he said. "We
had a day to get sore and then a day to work
through the soreness.
"Our guys did, fine. They are moving
around and are ready to get going. They are
fighting through this heat and doing a good
job."
Linebacker Ben Baber said it was rough
going for the defense at first, but the unit
was able to right itself by the end of Friday's
practice.
"First day the defense wrecked," Baber
said. "And today at first we got pushed down
a little bit, but then in team practice, we got
back up and started knocking people off."
Brunson agreed with Baber's assess-
ment.
"The offense was a little ahead to begin
with," he said, "but the defense had a good
finish to the first little Friday scrimmage.
"We have to tackle better. One of our goals
from the spring was to become a better tack-
ling football team. I think we made strides to
tackle better."
Chris Pickett will see playing time at sev-
eral positions including quarterback, and he
likes what he saw the first couple of days in
pads as he gets used to being under center.
"Things are going good," he said. "The
offense is starting to move the ball, and our
defense is starting to find out who will be the
ones for the season.
"It's cool playing quarterback. Sometimes
passing on the run and.the option stuff is all
new to me, so I'm trying to get it all down
getting ready for the season to start." ,
Pickett and Baber both said the Bulldogs
must defend the pass better this year in or-
der to stay in the mix in a tough District 2-
4A.
"We have to keep, working hard to stop
getting beat deep," Pickett said. "That's
what has been killing us the last couple of
years."
Baber added that how Crestview handles
the passing game on both sides of the line of
scrimmage could be the difference between
a good season and a great one.
"If we can stop the pass on the defensive
side of the ball, we will win," he said. "And if
we can pass on offense, we will win.
See CRESTVIEW B2


---
RANDY DICKSON I News Bulletin
SWARMING D: Crestview's defense
surrounds a running back in team drills
during Friday's practice.


Randy Dickson '
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - It wasn't hard
for Baker football coach Bob
Kellogg to identify some pos-
itives as the Gators finished
their first week of fall drills.
. "We have a long way to go
to get where we need to be,
but the kids have a good at-
titude," Kellogg said. "They
are working hard, but the
youth shows up, especially
on our offensive and defen-
sive line. We are going to.
grow up and continue to get
better every day,
"The kids have. worked
hard, and we have had a.
good two days/in pads. It's
just the inexperience, and
youth is very evident for us
right now.
"One of the major prob-
lems with fielding a young
team is finding the players
that enjoy contact.
"I talked to them yes-
terday (Thursday) and told
them we have too many nails
and not enough hammers
right now," Kellogg said.
"That's what you are going
to have with youth. Some
kids are just going to have
to grow up and become ham-
mers instead of nails.
"We just have too many
kids that are young and just
not used to the physical na-
ture of this game that you've �
got at this level. Most of them
that are playing are coming
from the JV, and it's just an-
other world to them."
One potential hammer is
Dylan Kersey.
"We have a kid - a small
little outside linebacker who
is getting better every day -
Dylan Kersey," Kellogg said.
"You know he's not very big,
but he's got a big heart. The
kid has really come a long
way and improved greatly."
Justin Lewis, a transfer
from Rocky Bayou Christian,
continues to impress the
Baker staff.
"Justin Lewis is going to be
a good player for us," Kellogg
said. "He has a great attitude
and a great work ethic. He's
working real hard and playing
a lot of positions for us.


" Photos by RANDY DICKSON I News Bulletin
ABOVE:Justin Lewis takes a handoff from quarterback
Logan Wagner. TOP: Gator quarterback Logan Wagner
takes off around right end on a sweep.


Christian Mainor and Logan Wagner gets some tips
from Baker quarterbacks cocch Andy Valmus.


. "We feel like he could be
one of those guys that really
make us better. This is the
second day in pads and a
chance for us to look at Jus-
tin."
Freshman Ivory Smith
is a'youngster that could be
a difference maker as he
learns how to play the game.
"Ivory's our fastest play-
er," Kellogg said. "He's got
great speed. But he's young
as far as the fundamentals of
the game.
"Him and Justin both
could have a great impact on
us."
In the three-man battle
for quarterback, one player
seems to be separating him-
self from the pack.
"I think Logan Wagner is
really making a statement at


quarterback right now," Kel-
logg said. "He's really han-
dling the offense real well
and doing a great job of con-
trolling the offense. Right
now, if I had to say, he's our
starter.
He's a good captain on
the field for us in controlling
everything about it (the Bak-
er offense). We went into the
spring and we really weren't
sure who the quarterback
was going to be, but he's
been a surprise."
Kellogg is happy with the
cast of skill players that will
surround
"I feel good about our skill
people; our wide outs and
our halfbacks. Speed is the
thing we lack there, but still,
I think they are doing a good
job overall."


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Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Kathy Combest: American original, symbol of Baker


Like many of you, I
was caught by surprise
when I heard that
longtime Baker girls
basketball coach Kathy
Combest had resigned
Thursday.
Kathy Combest is an
American original and
one of the good people
that make this job fun.
As best as I can tell,


NORTH END
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Rondy Dickson


the first time I met Combest was
when she was coaching the Gator
volleyball team at Niceville's
Jean King Volleyball Classic on
Sept. 21, 2002.
If it's the day I'm thinking
about, I was more interested
in getting home to watch the
Tennessee-Florida football game
on TV than sitting around to
watch more volleyball.


As I've grown to know
and respect Kathy these
past seven years, I realize
I would have better
spent my time watching
more volleyball that day.
Of course, I might feel
different if Tennessee
had won the game.
Kathy, in her own
right, is a legend at
Baker. She took both the


basketball and volleyball team to
the state final four.
With all due respect to football
coaches John Ensor and Jeff
Webb, who led the Gators to state
championships, Combest might
just be the most influential coach
in the school's history.
For almost two decades, she
has coached and cared for her
players as if they were her own


children. And, as she recently
told me, as she was teaching the
girls, they were teaching her so
much more.
Kathy Combest is a throwback
to the days women's basketball
was transitioning into the game
we know today. The then-Kathy
Swilley played her college
basketball at William Carey
College in Hattiesburg, Miss.,
at a time small schools could
compete, and often beat the big-
name teams that dominate the
college scene today.
Her playing days didn't end
at William Carey, as she joined
the New Orleans Pride of the old
Women's Basketball League.
Combest entered the
business.world after the league
folded, but she still kept playing
basketball. She once told me


she had been playing a pickup
game at a middle school in Fort
Walton Beach with several men,
including her husband, Steve,
who also is a veteran coach at
Baker. t
On that particular night, she
caught an elbow around her eye
that gave her a real shiner. She
tried covering it with makeup,
but the bruise still showed
through as she had to make
a presentation the next day.
Those who know Kathy won't
be surprised that she used that
bruise to her advantage as she
joked with those in the room
during her presentation.
Fortunately for countless
students, athletes and a few
sports writers, Kathy decided
to leave the corporate world
and dedicate her life to coaching


and teaching.
Combest, along with Kim
Harrison, formed a dynamic duo
on the Baker sidelines that will
likely never be equaled.
A little more than two years
ago, the news came out that
Kathy had cancer, but even as
she underwent treatment, her
first thoughts remained with
her team and those around her.
And, in typical Kathy Combest
style, she joked about the fashion
statement she was making
with her wig that covered her
head that was left bald by
chemotherapy.
I once read that courage is
grace under pressure. In my
opinion, Kathy Combest is a
symbol of courage and grace.
More than that, Kathy
Combest is a symbol of Baker.


NOTES from page B1


Information about the run, as
well as the racecourse and a
registration form, can ,be found at
www.chelco.com. Click on the Loop'
the Lake logo on the left side of the
page. Early registration costs $15
and ends Sept. 4. Registration from
Sept. 5 until 7 a.m. on race day
will be $20.
The race begins at 8 a.m. at
the amphitheater on Circle Drive-
in DeFuniak Springs and ends
near the amphitheater. Trophies
will be awarded in the following
categories: Runners - overall
male/female, Top Master male/
female, Grand Master male/
female, top three in each age group
male/female. Wheelchairs, overall
winner.
The 1-mile Fun Run is for kids
10 and younger and begins at
approximately 9 a.m. Trophies will
be awarded to the overall first boy
and girl and top boy and girl in
each age category.
In addition, there will be T-shirts,
door prizes, refreshments and
music. Peddler's Alley, a craft
and yard sale event in downtown
DeFuniak Springs, will be held in-
conjunction with the race from 8
a.m. until noon.
The race's title sponsors are
CHELCO and CHELCO Services
Inc. (CSI). Other major sponsors
include WZEP 1460 AM Radio,
PowerSouth Energy Cooperative
and Touchstone Energy.
For more information about
Loop the Lake and sponsorship
opportunities, contact Kathy
Morrow at 892-5069, ext. 105, or
kmorrow@chelco.com.

Emerald Coast
United Soccer
Emerald Coast United Soccer
Club is having its 2009 annual
general membership meeting at 6
p.m. Aug. 25 in the Ruckel Middle
School cafeteria. Amendments to
bylaws and new officers will be
voted on.


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Relay for Life Buddy
Boat Bream Tournament
The city of Niceville will host a
Buddy Boat Bream tournament Aug.
22 tp raise money f6r the Relay for
Life at Smoke House Lake.
Entry fee for the tournament is
$50, with half the proceeds going
to tournament prize money and the
other half to the Relay for Life.
Tournament rules and entry forms
can be picked up at the Niceville
Public Library and the Niceville
City Administration Office on Partin
Drive.

Fisher House
Golf Classic and Gala
The Golf Classic and Gala for
the Fisher House of the Emerald
Coast will be held Oct. 3-4 at
Kelly Plantation in Destin. This
tournament is hosted by the Young
Professionals of the Greater Fort
Walton Chamber of Commerce in
conjunction with the Fisher House of
the Emerald Coast.
Team Sponsorship starts
at $1,500 for four players.
Sponsorship availability is limited,
so interested players must register
soon to guarantee a spot. On
opening night, players are invited
to attend a gala at Kelly Plantation
featuring a live auction and silent
auction with fabulous items and
packages on display. Gala tickets
are included in registration for each
player and a guest.
Fisher House of the Emerald
Coast will be built on Eglin Air
Force Base and will provide a
"home away from home" so military
families can be together during
treatment for serious illness or
physical/occupational therapy. The
House will be within steps of the
Eglin Air Force Base Hospital and
Veteran's Clinic.
To register, visit www.Fisher
HouseEmeraldCoast.org, click Golf
Classic, then click Download Event
PDF. Call Joe Oder at 850-502-
0496 for more information.


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Bulldog quarterback Blake Ritchie barks out the signals during Friday's practice.


CRESTVIEW from page B1
"Our offense is good, off-season and the first everybody out here and "This year we've got a
and our defense is good. week of fall camp. But what they are capable of, lot of seniors, and I think
If we put those two to- one freshman has caught and they are all showing we will. have better lead-
gether we will come out his attention. up to it." ership this year than we
on top." "We have aninth-grad- With 30 seniors on the did last year." Pickett
For the most part, er out here named Tyler squad, Pickett expects his said. "We have a lot more
Baber hasn't been sur- Henderson that has sur- teammates to continue to people stepping up trying
prised by how things prised me," he said, "but show up and do what they to make everyone go a
have gone through the other than that, I know are capable of doing. little bit harder."


COACHES from page B]


"She is very disciplined and
very organized," White said. "She
always had her girls prepared to
play. She always tried to play up in
competition to get them ready for
the (state). tournament.
"But her teams were very dis-
ciplined, very organized and very


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hard working. When we played her
teams, we knew they were going to
do everything right. She's done a
great job through the years."
Combest leaves a wealth of
memories as she steps aside.
"There's nothing I love more
than coaching she said. "It has to


do with the kids. It was the girls all
23 years (as an assistant and then
head coach) that I coached.
"I've learned just as much from
girls I coached as they learned
from me. I always treated those
kids like they were mine. I've cared
about them on and off the court."


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players, right,
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HERITAGE PLANTATION COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR
2009/2010 BUDGET; AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE IMPOSITION
OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, ADOPTION OF AN
ASSESSMENT ROLL, AND THE LEVY, COLLECTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE
SAME; AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING.
The Board of Supervisors for the Heritage Plantation Community Development District
will hold two public hearings and a regular meeting on Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 1:00 p.m.
at the office of Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC, located at 4460 Legendary Drive, Suite 100, Destin, FL
32541.
The purpose of the first public hearing is to receive public comment and objections on the Fiscal
Year 2010 Proposed Budget. The-first public hearing is being conducted pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida
Statutes. The purpose of the second public hearing is to consider the imposition of special assessments
to fund the District's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2010 upon the lands located within the District, a
depiction of which lands is shown below, consider the adoption of an assessment roll, and to provide for
the levy, collection, and enforcement of the assessments. The second public hearing, is being conducted
pursuant to Florida law including Chapters 190 and 197, Florida Statutes. ,At the conclusion of the public
hearings, the Board will, by resolution, adopt a budget and levy assessments, as finally approved by the
Board. A regular board meeting of the District will also be held where the Board may consider any other
business that may properly come before it.
A copy of the proposed budget, preliminary assessment roll, and the agenda for the hearings
and meeting may be obtained at the offices of the District Manager, located at 120 Richard Jackson Blvd.,
Suite 220, Panama City Beach, FL 32407, Ph: (850) 334-9055, during normal business hours.
The special assessments are annually recurring assessments and are in addition to previously
levied debt assessments. The table below presents the proposed schedule of operation and maintenance
assessments. Amounts are preliminary and.subject to change at the hearing and in any future year. The
amounts are subject to early payment discount as afforded by law.


Unit of Measurement
Single Family
Acre


Per Unit 2010
O&M Assessment
$417
$869.38


The tax collector will collect the assessments for platted lots. The District will directly collect
the assessments for unplatted acreage, and will be sending out a bill in November 2009. For delinquent'
assessments that were initially directly billed by the District, the District may initiate a foreclosure action
or may place the delinquent assessments on the next year's county tax bill.
Failure to pay the assessments will cause a tax certificate to beissued against the property which
may result in a loss of title. All affected property owners have the right to appear at the public hearings and
the right to file written objections with the District within twenty (20) days of publication of this notice.
The public hearings and meeting are open to the public andwill be conducted in accordance with
the provisions of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. The public hearings and meeting
may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the record at the hearings or meeting.
There may be occasions when staff or board members may participate by speaker telephone.
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting because of a disability or
physical impairment should contact the District Office at (813) 933-5571 at least forty-eight (48) hours
prior to the meeting. If you are hearing
or speech impaired, please contact the B-r-. . ... I ' I_ ,
Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-.8770 d-
for aid in contacting the District Office. \ \
Each person who decides to District Location
appeal any decision made by the Board
with respect to any matter considered
at the public hearings or meeting is .. -- - ....
advised that person will need a record
of proceedings and that accordingly,
the person may need to ensure that a it J.L
verbatim record of the proceedings j
is made, including the testimony and / . a Drive
evidence upon which such appeal is to
be based. .. n._ _....
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to Register for Bulldog Camp
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From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

CRESTVIEW BUS SCHED-
ULES ONLINE: The bus sched-
ules for North Okaloosa County
Schools are available online at
www.okaloosaschools.com. Click
on "Bus routes/Transportation"'
in the sidebar under "Quick
Links."
CHILD SAFETY KITS: The
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
and Beach Community Bank will
hold a SafeAssured event Satur-
day from 9 a.m. until noon at the
bank's main office located at 17
SE Eglin Parkway in Fort Walton
Beach, located at the intersec-
tion of Eglin Parkway and Perry
Ave.
The SafeAssured Digital ID
Kits allow parents and guardians
to put a child's identifying infor-
mation and video on a mini-CD
that is maintained by the family.
The mini-CD will include a high
quality digital photo, digital video
showing mannerisms and gait,
a full set of digital fingerprints,
and a digital voice file, along with
general personal information.
Appointments are now being
accepted for children ages five
and up by contacting Jennifer
Tallman at 244-9900 ext 255 or
jennifert@beachcommunity-
bank.com.
FUture events will be an-
nounced through the media and
published on the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office Web site, www.
sheriff-okaloosa.org under the
Crime Prevention section.
FREE, SENIOR BINGO:
is planned at 10 a.m. Aug. 20 at
the Knights of Columbus Hall in
Crestview by the Knights' Ladies
Auxiliary. Lunch will be provided.
Reservations are necessary; call
682-2487 or 682-9695.
HOMECOMING CEL-
EBRATION: Bro. Roy Davis,
pastor, and the congregation of
Bradley Assembly of God Church
will be celebrating its 78th Home-
coming this Sunday.
Services begin at 9:45 a.m.,
with lunch at 12:30 and singing
in the afternoon. Former pastor


Ray Giles will bring the message,
and the Gils family will provide
singing, along with others.
EC HOSPICE VOLUN-
TEERS: Emerald Coast Hos-
pice needs volunteers in Crest-
view, Laurel Hill, Holt, Baker,
DeFuniak Springs, Freeport and
Niceville.
Training is planned today
from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at 131 E. Red-
stone Ave., Suite 110, Crestview.
Lunch will be provided. Please
bring a nonperishable food to do-
nate to the organization's Annual
Food Drive.
Details: Ann O'Connor, 689-
0300.
BLOOD DRIVES: Northwest
Florida Blood Services drivers
will be held as follows:
* Thursday, Crestview Post
Office - 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
* Sunday, Aug. 23, First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview - 8 a.m. to
1 p.m.; Knights of Columbus,
3022 Stillwell Blvd, Crestview -
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY:
On Saturday, Aug. 22 beginning at
10 a.m., New Beginnings Church
at 412 W James Lee Blvd. will
distribute food from the USDA
until the monthly allowance has
been given out. Details, Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988. New Beginnings
Church is an equal opportunity
provider.
LIBRARY DONATIONS:
The Friends of the Crestview
Library are asking for donations
of used books - and movies on
VHS and DVD - for the Fall
Book Sale Oct. 2-4.
Books and movies will be ac-
cepted at the library, which is
located off SR 85 behind the Post
Office. All types of hardbound and
paperback books are needed, but
not magazines or encyclopedias.
KofC YARD SALE DONA-
TIONS: Aug. 21-22 at 701 E.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview. For
pick up or drop off of items to be
donated, contact Lee Wooledge
at 682-6005 or 225-9162.
CHS FOOTBALL TICK-
ETS: Reserved seating for the
2009 Crestview High School foot-
ball season went on sale Monday.
to existing ticket holders. Tickets


are $35 and will be sold daily in
the main office from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. On Aug. 21, any remaining
seats will be available to the gen-
eral public.
WOMAN'S CLUB FUND-
RAISER: The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview will host a
Sunday buffet on Aug. 29 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Woman's
Club Building at 150 Woodlawn
Drive (behind Woodlawn Bap-
tist Church). Ham, chicken and
dumplings, vegetables, salad
and rolls will be served, as well
as drinks and desserts.
Take-out boxes will be avail-
able. Proceeds support the club's
charities. Plates are $10 for
adults and $5 for children under
12. Details: 683-9117.
HOSPICE HOSTS FOOD
DRIVE: Emerald Coast Hos-
pice employees are placing food
collection bags at healthcare
facilities and other business until
Sept. 18. The Crestview collection
of nonperishable foods will be
donated to the New Beginnings
Church food pantry. To partici-
pate, call 689-0300 for pick up."
CRESTVIEW ARTIST'S
WORKS ON DISPLAY: Mary
McShane of Crestview has some
works of art on display through
Aug. 31 at the Fort Walton Beach
Library, located at 185 Miracle
Strip Parkway. Parking is on
First Street to the North and
Ferry Road to the East.
Details: Visit the library gal-
lery or McShane's Web site at
http://marymcshane.com/.
RED CROSS CLASSES: in
Okaloosa County are listed be-
low.
Aug. 21, Pet First Aid
Aug. 22, CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer; Standard
First Aid w/ CPR (adult, infant,
child) and CPR
Aug. 28, CPR/AED Adult
Aug. 29, Babysitter Training
REGISTER FOR FALL
TERM: at Northwest Florida
State College. Enroll online or in
person at any of the college's six
area locations through Aug. 31.
Classes begin Aug. 24' and Oct.
16.
COLLEGE SURPLUS
SALE: Northwest Florida State


College will hold a surplus sale
Aug. 28 from 8-4 p.m. at the
Niceville Campus in Building G-
2. The sale is open to the public
and conducted by closed bid with
no prior inspection. Property is
sold in "as-is" condition. Vari-
ous items are available includ-
ing computers, computer parts,
printers, office type furniture,
a 26-passenger bus, a van and
various miscellaneous items. For
information call the NWF State
College Physical Plant at 729-
5380.

MISCELLANEOUS

DEMOCRATS TO MEET:
The general meeting of Okaloo-
sa County Democrats will take
place Monday, Aug. 24 at demo-
cratic headquarters, 60 Second
St., Unit 305, in Shaliniar. A social
gathering will be at 6 p.m. and
the business meeting will start
at 6:30. Details: Jerry Mallory,
jerrdusk@aol.com or 897-5246.
NARFE MEETING: The
National Association of Retired
Federal Employees, Chapter
1428 will have an 11 a.m. lunch"
and 12 p.m. meeting on Aug.
25 at the Golden Corral in Fort
Walton Beach. Guest speakers
Thea Kinder and Ronda Jorden
from Emerald Coast Hospice
will be talking about services
offered. Details: 678-5678.
RED CROSS DRAWING:,
The American Red Cross is in the.
last few weeks before the draw-
ing for a Larson Cruiser. Tickets
are a suggested donation of $100..
The drawing is on Aug. 28.
To see the boat or buy a tick-'
et, visit Santa Rosa Mall in Fort.
Walton Beach. The boat comes.
with a bimini cover, boat cover,
toilette, shower aid easy load
trailer. Odds are great; only 500
tickets are available. Please re-
view complete rules at our web-'
site - www.yourredcross:org.
CHORUS AUDITIONS: The
Northwest Florida Symphony
Chorus will host fall semester
auditions Aug. 25 at 6:30 p.m. ip
the Tyler Recital Hall of the Mat-
tie Kelly Fine& Performing Arts
Center at Northwest Florida


State College in Niceville.
The chorus rehearses on
Tuesday evenings from 6:30 - 8:30
p.m.
Details: Conductor Lois Van
Dam, vandaml@nwfsc.edu or at
729-6009.
ROTARY BBQ CHAL-
LENGE: The Rotary Club of
Destin will present Smoke On
The Harbor on Saturday, Aug. 22
from 12-5 p.m. at HarborWalk Vil-
lage overlooking the Destin Har-
bor. Admission is free and open
to the public.
Five local Rotary clubs will
compete for the entry fee purse,
with proceeds to benefit Rotary
International's Polio Plus pro-
gram.
BBQ and rib plates will be
available for purchase. A por-
tion of sales of beer and soda
through the HarborWalk Village
merchants will go to humanitar-
ian projects of the Rotary Club of
Destiny.
Details: Todd Wilkinson at
830-1091.
NWF FAIR VENDORS: The
Northwest Florida Fairgrounds
is extending an invitation to local
businesses and organizations to
sign up as vendors for the North-
west Florida Fair planned Nov. 3-
8. More than 25,000 people attend
thd fair, and vendors can sign up
as sponsors for the event as well.
Call Betty at 862-0211 or email
her at betty@nwffair.com for de-
-tails. The fair Web site is at www.
* nwffaicom.
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Saturday, Aug. 22 at 9 a.m.
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Check it OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Public Library
Have you checked out our
large print collection in the
library?'
We have a very good collec-
tion of fiction, mystery, western,
biography, Christian fiction and
non-fiction titles. Although large
print titles have been widely
regarded for the benefits they
provide individuals with vision
problems, they can also benefit
young people who are reluctant
readers, anyone with dyslexia or
other learning disabilities, chil-
dren reading beyond their grade
level but struggling with the type-
size of more advanced material,
as well as a growing population
of readers who simply prefer the
ease of a larger type face.
Our large print collection of-
fers popular titles in an easy-to-
read format. Large print books'
can lead to reading confidence,
improved letter and word recog-


nition, reading comprehension
and enjoyment.
When visiting our library look
for a book in the regular fiction
section. If it is checked out, look
in the large print section. We do
have many of the same titles
shelved in that area.
The collection is shelved
in an area that is just for large
print, to make it easy for you to
look for titles that may interest
you. Ask any staff member to
show you where the large print
books are located. Large Print
Books are for Everyone. Check
it Outi
PROGRAMS
After a short break the chil-
dren's programming resumed
this week.
* Lap Sit once again will be
held on Mondays and Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m. providing stories,
songs and finger-plays for chil-
dren under the age of three.
* Story time for children who
are at least three years old will
meet at 10:15 on Wednesdays or


Thursday.
* Craft Time on early release
Wednesday for children ages
six and up will offer crafts from
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
See our Web page for dates
and themes of these children's
programs.
* Teen Wii: Fridays at 4 p.m.
join us for Nintendo Wii, ages
12-18 are welcome. Parents and
family members are welcome
to hang out and use the library,
but the Wii activities will only be
available to teens.
* 1st Tuesday program: Tues-
day, September 1st, 10:30 a.m.
"Exploring Folk Musical Instru-
ments with Dale Palmer and
The Pelican Pickers. Program
begins at 10:30a.m. Refresh-
ments will be served starting at
10:15 a.m. Join us and learn the
history of and hear the music as
the Pelican Pickers discuss and
play old time country, folk, and
gospel songs.
* The Oklaloosa County Health
Department announces the


launch of a new and improved
Web page. This link can serve as
your portal to the latest on H1N1
Swine Flu and other important
health information. Go to http://
www.healthyokaloosa.com.
Staff Picks
*"Little Bee," Chris Cleave,
MCN Fic Cle. Soon to be a motion
picture produced by and starring
Nicole Kidman. "Little Bee" is
a story of a 16-year-old Nigerian
girl who finds herself in a refu-
gee camp in London two years
after meeting Andrew and Sarah
O'Rourke at a Nigerian beach
resort. Little Bee and her sister
were hiding out on the beach from
the machete-wielding soldiers.
When the soldiers appear out
of the jungle they force Andrew
and Sarah to determine the fate of
the two African girls. Everyone's
lives were irrevocably shattered.
Little Bee, recently released from
the refugee camp with no papers,
travels to the London suburbs in
hopes of finding shelter with An-


drew and Sarah.
She finds Andrew dead and
she and Sarah begin to form a
friendship forged under extreme
duress. Highly recommended.
Quote
"The books that help you
most are those which make you
think the most. The hardest way
of learning is by easy reading:
but a great book that comes
from a great thinker-- it is a ship
of thought, deep freighted with
truth and with beauty." Theo-
dore Parker.
JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask any
staff member, Jean, Sandra,
Heather, Anna, Marie, Sengda-
ra, Tracey, Janice, Audrey, Sha-
ron or Mike.
CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm Phone: 682-
4432 Address: 1445 Commerce
Dr Crestview, FL 32536 (Behind
the Crestview Post Office).


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tenance on Eglin reserva-
tion. Details: 850-492-8258.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, .call Clarice Hebinck
at (850) 581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl00@cox.net.
Thursday, Aug. 20 at
8:30 a.m. Bike ride in the
Sandestin Resort Subdivi-
sion, east of Destin. Meet
at the Bayside Tennis
Courts. Early lunch after-
ward. Honcho: Chuck and
Carol Dujsik (269-0556).
Saturday, Aug. 22, 9 a.m.
Kayak/canoe trip on Tur-
key Creek in Niceville. An
Eglin recreation pass is
required. Please call (850)
882-4164 for the details on
how to purchase this pass
at the Jackson Guard build-
ing in Niceville. The group
will meet at the Jackson
Guard building on Hwy. 85
North, just past the Quality


Inn. Please bring a picnic
lunch and lots of drinking
water. You must have your
own kayak/canoe. Honcho:
Bruce Blackwelder (301-
9452) and Pat Downey (cell
974-9591).
Tuesday, Aug. 25 at 4:30
p.m. Bike ride on Pensac-
ola Beach and enjoy the
free Bands on the Beach
concert afterward. Meet
at the public parking area
across from the Portofino
Condominium Complex
at the east end of Pensac-
ola Beach. Bring a folding
chair and picnic supper for
the concert. Honcho: Cla-
rice Hebinck.
Thursday, Aug. 27 at
4 p.m. Bike ride in Val-
paraiso. Meet at the strip
mall at the intersection of
John Sims Blvd. and Hwy.
85. Supper afterward. Hon-
cho: Jim and Maria Bayes


(897-6756).
Saturday, Aug. 29 at 4
p.m. Bike ride on Navarre
Beach. Meet at the park-
ing area near Sailor's Grill
Restaurant. Supper after-
ward. Honcho: Clarice He-
binck (581-4591).
BOATING SEMI-
NARS: A 7 p.m. boating
seminar on Border Cross-
ing will be conducted Aug.
31 at the UWF Coombs
Campus on Lovejoy Road
in Fort Walton Beach.
Register online at www.
uwf.edu. For further infor-
mation, please telephone
850-315-0686 .or 850-474-
2914 or visit the website
www.fwsps.com.
PURSES WITH A
PURPOSE: On Aug. 20
a benefit purse auction
for. Shelter House and the
Ronald McDonald House
will be held from 5:30-8:30


p.m. between Nike and
Restoration Hardware
Clearance Center at Silver
Sands Factory Stores.
The evening will in-
clude new and gently used
purses, appetizers donated
by Carrabba's Italian Grill
and wine. Admission to the
event is free and all pro-
ceeds will benefit the Ron-
ald McDonald House and
Shelter House.
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
VENDORS: are wanted.
for the Sept. 25-27 Pensac-
ola Seafood Festival in Se-
ville Square in downtown
Pensacola.
Local restaurant ven-
dors who serve Gulf Coast
seafood dishes are'given
priority. The application
process is highly competi-
tive and submitting an ap-
plication does not ensure
acceptance


Vendors are encour-
aged to apply as soon as
possible. Applications
can be obtained at www.
fiestaoffiveflags.org and
must be submitted along
with payment to the Fiesta
of Five Flags office, 2121
W Intendencia Street,
Pensacola. Details: 850-
433-6512.
ONGOING
BIG BROTHERS BIG
SISTERS SEEKING
MENTORS: Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida is looking for adult
volunteers who would en-
joy spending at least two
hours every week mentor-
ing a child. The mentors
pick their little brother
or little sister up at their
home and spend a couple
of hours doing activities
such as going to the li-


brary, museum or park,
going to the beach, hiking,
roller skating or playing a
sport.
Interested volunteers
should contact Big Broth-
ers Big Sisters for an in-
terview at 850-664-5437.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
view Public Library of-
fers one-on-one beginning
skills computer tutoring.
Appointments are avail-
able Monday through Fri-
day. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr.
(behind the Post Office, or
call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You will
need a library card to use
the computers. All resi-
dents of Okaloosa County
are eligible for a library
card at no cost. Just bring
in a picture ID and proof of
current street address.


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INTHECIRCUIT ---- ---1- -3 1-103 I 31 E k
S ' COURT OF THE abilities Act , persons NOTICE IS HEREBY CASE NO.:
SFIRST JUDICIAL CIR- with disabilities need- GIVEN pursuant to an 46-2008-CA-006851
CUlT ing special accommo- Order Rescheduling DIVISION:
IN AND FOR dation to participate in Foreclosure Sale datedVISION
OKALOOSA COUNTY, this proceeding should August 5, 2009 and en-
ANNOUNCEMENTS FLORIDA contact Court Adminis- tered in Case NO SCOTT D. CORSAR ,
CIVIL ACTION tration at 1250 N. Eglin 46-2008-CA-003983 of et ael,
1100- Legal Advertising Parkway, Shalimar, FL, the Circuit Court of the Defendant(s).
1110 Classified Notices WELLS FARGO BANK, 32579 telephone num- FIRST Judicial C it
1120 - Public Notices/ ber (850) 651-7497 ic rcu
Announcements NA,br (850) 651-7497
1125- Carpools & Plaintiff, prior to the proceeding. in anoud fy, KAL Sda NOTICE OF ACTION
Rideshare CASE NO.: 08/12/09 wherein WASHINGTON TO: SO
1130- Adoptions 46-2008-CA-005920 08/19/09 MUTUAL BANK, is the COR SCOTT D.
1140-Happy Ads vs. Plaintiff and BRADLEY CORSAR
1150- Personals DIVISION: Legal # 100795 M. FENN; ROBBIE LAST KNOWN AD-
1160 -Lost FENN are the Defend- DRESS: 132 Lee-
1170-Found DONALD WILTSE IN THE CIRCUIT ants, I will sell to the ward Drive
A/K/A DONALD A. COURT OF THE highest and bcsi bid- Miramar Beach,
WILTSE , et al, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- der for cash at CREST- FL 32550
Defendant(s). CUlT OF FLORIDA IN VIEW: SOUTH FRONT CURRENT ADDRESS:
AND FOR OKALOOSA DOOR OF THE CURRENT ADDRESS:
1103 COUNTY, FLORIDA OKALOOSA COUNTY UNKNOWN
AMENDED NOTICE PROBATE DIVISION COURTHOUSE LINDA A.
OF ACTION CASE NO. 09-CP-572 LINDA .A.
Legal #100792 SHL::,-.AR: IN FRONT CORSAR
IN THE CIRCUIT TO: IN RE: ESTATE OF OF CLERK'S FRONT LAST KNOWN AD-
COURT OF THE DONALD WILTSE PATSY W. SCOTT DOOR OF SHALIMAR DRESS: 132 Lee-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- A/K/A DONALD A. Deceased. ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ward mar Beach,
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN LTSE the 9 day of Septem- FLa32550
AND FRO ALOSNA L ST KNOWN AD- NOTICE TO CREDI- br, 2009, the fo FL 32550 f
COUNTY, FLORIDA DRESS: 429 SANDY TORS described property as CURRENT ADDRESS:
PROBATE DIVISION RIDGE CIRCLE set forth in-said Final EUNKNOW
CASE NO. 09-CP-571 MARY ESTHER, FL The administration of Judgment: UNKNOWN
32569 the estate of PATSY W.
IN RE: ESTATE OF SCOTT, deceased, LOT 28D, DIAMOND ANY AND ALL UN-
GEORGE G. SCOTT CURRENT ADDRESS: whose date of death LAKES, A KNOWN PARTIES
Deceased UNKNOWN was April 17, 2009, and TOWNHOUSE DEVEL- CLAIMING BY,
whose Social Security OPMENT, ACCORD- THROUGH, UNDER,
NOTICE TO CREDI- ANY AND ALL UN- Number is N/A is pend- ING TO THE PLAT AND AGAINST THE
TORS KNOWN PARTIES ing in the Circuit Court THEREOF AS RE- HEREIN NAMEDIND-
TORS CLAIMING BY, for Okaloosa County, CORDED IN PLAT VIDUAL DEFEND-
The administration of THROUGH, UNDER, Florida, Probate BOOK 21, PAGES 1 TOANT(S) WHO ARE
the estate of GEORGE AND AGAINST THE Divisionthe address of 3, OF THE PUBLIC NOT KNOWN TO BE
Gh est deceased, HEREIN NAMED NDI- which is 101 James RECORDS OF DEAD OR ALIVE,
Ghose S eo VIDUAL DEFEND- Lee Blvd. East, Crest- OKALOOSA COUNTY WHETHER SAID UN-
was March 22, 2009eANT(S) WHO ARE view, Florida 32536. FLORIDA. KNOWN PARTIES
and whose Social Se- NOT KNOWN TO BE The names and ad- ANK/A 4217 JADE MAY CLAIM AN [N-
d h e S cis N DEAD OR ALIVE, dresses of the personal LOOP DESTINY, FL TEREST AS SPOUSE,
curity Number is N/A is WHETHER SAID UN- representative and per- 32541 HEIRS, DEVISEES,
pending in the Circuit KNOWN PARTIES sonal representative's GRAN TEES, OR
Count Flor idkaooa MAY CLAIM AN IN- attorney are set forth Any person claiming an OTHER CLAIMANTS
County, Foisionda, the adPro- TEREST ASSPOUSE, below, interest in the surplus LAST KNOWN AD-
dress of which is 101 HEIRS, DEVISEES, from the sale, if any, DRESS: UNKNOWN
Jadrmess of whicBlvdh is 1st1 GRANTEES, OR All creditors of the de- other than the property DRESS: UNKNOWN
Crestview Florida OTHER CLAIMANTS cedent and other per- owner as of the date of CURRENT ADDRESS
Crestvew F a sons having claims or the Lis Pendens must CURRENT ADDRESS:
32536. The names and LAST KNOWN AD- demands against file a claim within sixty UNKNOWN
addresses of the perta DRESS: UNKNOWN decedent's estate on (60) days after the sale. YOU ARE NOTIFIED
sonal representative . whom a copy of this
and the personal CURRENT ADDRESS: notice is required to be WITNESS MY HAND that .an action to fore-
y reset foath bes attor UNKNOWN served must file their and the seal of this close a mortgage on
ney are set forthclaims with this court Court on August 7, the following property
AlYOU ARE NOTIFIED WITHIN THE LATER 2009. in OKALOOSA County,
All creditors of the de- that an action to fore- OF 3 M'NNTHS AFTER . Florida:
cadent and other per close a mortgage on THE TIME OF THE Don W. Howard
sons hvngcaimsor the following property FIRST PUBLICATION Clerk of the Circuit THE WEST 1/2 OF
demandsin OKALOOSA County, OF THIS NiTICE OR Court LOTS 12, AND 13,
decedent's estate on Florida: 30 DAYS AFTER THE BLOCK 8, CRYSTAL
whom a copy of this ' DATE OF SERVICE OF BEACH SUBDIVISION,
no tic e is required to beir LOT 33, BLOCK A, A COPY OF THIS NO- By K Brown ACCORDING TO THE
claims withth is court SANDY RIDGE ES- TICE ON THEM. Deputy Clerk PLAT THEREOF, AS
cImsN wiTH LThi c STATES, ACCORDING Publish in Crestview RECORDED IN PLAT
WITHIN THE LATER TO THE PLAT All other creditors of News Bulletin BOOK 1, PAGE 17, OF
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER, THEREOF AS RE- the decedent and other Invoice To: THE PUBLIC REC-O
THE TIME OFCATHE CORDED IN PLAT persons having claims Florida Default Law WORDS OF OKALOOSA
FIRST PUBLTHIS NATION BOOK 12, PAGE 97, or demands against Group, PL. COUNTY, FLORIDA
OF THIS NOTICE OR PUBLIC RECORDS decedent's, estate must RO. Box 25018 ' as been filed against
30 DAYS AFTER THE OF OKALOOSA file their claims with this Tampa Florid has been filed against
DATE OF SERVICE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA court WITHIN 3 33622-5018 you and you are re-
A COPY OF THIS NO- MONTHS. AFTER THE F08058477-WMFIDELI- quired to serve a copy
TICE ON THEM. has been filed against DATE OF THE FIRST TY-SPECFHLMC-R-ejays of your written de-
All other creditors of you and you are re- PUBLICATION OF ka fenses, if any, on or
the decedent and other quired to serve a copy THIS NOTICE. **See Americans with before , September
persons having claims of your written de- Disabilities Act** 21,2009 on F'Mda De-
persons having claims fenses, if any, on or ALL CLAIMS NOT IMPORTANT fault Law Group, RL.,
or demands against before September 18, FILED WITHIN THE Plaintiff's attorney,
file their claimedent's wiestate must 2009, on Florida De- TIME PERIODS SET Ir. accordance with the whose address is 9119
file their clmsth thi3 fault Law Group, L., FORTH IN SECTION Americans with Disabil Corporate Lake Drive,
MONTHS AFTER THE Plaintiffs . attorney, 733.702 OF THE FLOR cities Act, persons with Suiteda 3300, Tampa, Flore the
DATE OF THE FIRST whose address is 9119 IDA PROBATE CODE disabilities needing ida 3334, and file the
PUBLICATION OF Corporate Lake Drive, WILL BE FOREVER special accommoda- original with this Court
THIS NOTICE. Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- BARRED. tion to participate in either before service on
ida 33634, and file the this proceeding should Plaintiff's attorney or
ALL CLAIMS NOT original with this Court NOTWITHSTANDING contact Court Adminis- immediately thc,.eafte.r;
FILED W N THE either before service on THE TIME PERIODS traction at 101 James otherwise a default will
TIME PERIODS SET Plaintiff's attorney or SET FORTH ABOVE, Lee Boulevard East be entered against youd
FORTH IN SECTN immediately thereafter; ANY CLAIM FILED Crestview, FL, the demanded
733702 OF THE FLO otherwise a default will TWO (2) YEARS OR 32536-3515; telephone inltne Complaint or pe-
I733.7A PR62 ATOF THE FLOR- be entered against you MORE AFTER THE number (850) tuition.
WILL BE FOREVER for the relief demanded DECEDENT'S DATE OF 689-5000, Extension Tis ice all
BARRED. in the Complaint or pe- DEATH IS BARRED. 7497, prior to the pro- This notice shall be
tition. ceeding. or Shalimar published once each
NOTHWITHSTANDING This notice shall be The date of first publi- (850)651-7497 week for two consecu-
OTHWE TIME PERHSTANDINGODS published once each cation of this Notice is tive weeks in the Crest-
SET FORTH ABOVE week for two consecu- August 12,2009. IMPORTANT view News Bulletin.
T RANY CLAIM FILED tive weeks in the Crest
TWO (2) YEARS OR view News Bulletin- BEN L HOLLEY In accordance with the WITNESS my hand and
OE AFTER TRO. BOX 1238 ' Americans with Disabil- the seal of this Court
DECEDENT'S DATE OF WITNESS my hand and Crestview, FL 32536 cities Act, persons with on this 6 day of August
DEATH IS BARRED. the seal of this Court 850-682-2336 disabilities needing 2009-
on this 4 day of August, Attorney for Personal special accommoda-
The date of first publi- 2009. Representative tion to participate in Don W. Howard
cation of this Notice is FLA BAR# 0036838 this -proceeding should Clerk of the Court
August12, 2009. Don W. Howard contact Court Adminis- By: Beth McDonald
uguClerk of the Court GEORGE G SCOTT traction at 1250' N. Eglin As Deputy Clerk
BEN L. HOLLEY 1226 County Road Parkway, Shalimar, FL,voice to & Copy to
BENP. BOX 1238 LLEY By:Beth McDonald 20-A 32579; telephone num- voice to & Copy to:
Crestview, FI 32536 As Deputy Clerk Hawthorne, FI 32640 ber 850) 651-7497, Florida Default Law
850682-2336 Invoice to & Copy to: Personal Representa- prior to the proceeding. Group, 2L.
850-682-2336 Florida Default Law tive RO. Box 25018
Attorney for Personal G p, L 08/9/09 Tampa, Florida
Representative Group, P. 08/19/09
FLA BAR #e0036838 P. Box 25018 08/12/09 08/26/09 33622-5018
036838 Tampa, Florida 08/19/09 __ASC- CON'V-R-khart-
George G. Scott, 33622-5018 maier-F08106884
Ge1226e G. Scott, JRoad NMNC-SPECFHLMC-R- Legal # 100796 Legal # 100797 **See Americans with
1226 County Road eayska-F08091464 Disabilities Act
HawthornF 32640 **See Americans with IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT IMPORTANT
Hawthorne, Disabilities Act COURT OF THE COURT OF THE
08/12/09 IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- In accordance with
CUIT CUIT the Americans with Dis-
08/19/09 In accordance with IN AND FOR IN AND FOR abilities Act, persons,
the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, OKALOOSA COUNTY, with disabilities need-
D Sm hin abilities Act, persons FLORIDA FLORIDA ing special accommo-
Do Something with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION CIVIL ACTION dation to participate in
Good For ing special accommo- this proceeding should
nation to participate in WASHINGTON MU- THE BANK OF NEW contact Court Adminis-
Tomorrow this proceeding should TUAL BANK, YORK MELLON, FKA tration at 101 James
contact Court Adminis- Plaintiff, C A S E THE BANK OF NEW Lee Boulevard East,
S traction at 101 James N O : YORK AS SUCCES- Crestview, FL,
Lee Boulevard East, 46-2008-CA-003983 SOR IN INTEREST TO 32536-3515; telephone
Crestview, FL, vs. DIVISION: JP MORGAN CHASE number (850)
32536-3515; telephone BANK NA AS TRUSTEE 689-5000, Extension
number (850) BRADLEY M. FENN, et FOR STRUCTURED 7497, prior to the pro-
' 689-5000, Extension al, ASSET MORTGAGE ceeding, or Shalimar
7497, prior to the pro- INVESTMENTS II INC. (850) 651-7497
ceeding. or Shalimar Defendant(s). BEAR STEARNS ALT-A
(850) 651-7497 TRUST 2005-5, MORT- IMPORTANT
C IMPORTANT NOTICE OF G A GSS-THROUGH CER In accordance with
RE IMPORTANT NOTICE OF RE- PASS-THROUGH CER- In accordance with


In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-


SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE


TIFICATES, SERIES the Americans with Dis-
2005-5, abilities Act, persons
Plaintiff, 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.
08/19/09
08/26/09

Legal # 100798
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000278 C


2007 Assessed to:
BABB INVESTMENTS
LLC
Description: EMERALD
LAKES COMMERCIAL
S/D LOT 4 LESS BEG
NE COR LOT 4 S5
DEG E ANG E BDRY
LOT 4 98.24 FT N77
DEG W210.56 FT TO E
R/W OPA-LOCKA LN
N12 DEG E ALG R/W
11.85 FT THC ALG
CRV 102.27 FT THC 77
DEG E 232.47 FT TO
POB
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-0985-0000-
0040 Opening Bid:


Notice is hereby given $i1,o6O.u08
that Augustine Russell,All of said property be-
as holder of the follow- ing in the County of
ing certificate, has filed Okaloosa, State of Flor-
said certificate for a Tax ida.
Deed to be issued Unless the certificate is
thereon. The certificate redeemed according to
number and year of is- law, the property de-
suance, the name in scribed in the certifi-
which the property is cate will be sold to the
assessed and the de- highest bidder in the
scription of the prop- BCC Board Meeting
ert i as follows propRoom at the Okaloosa
Certificate # 3228 of County Courthouse,
2007 Assessed to: AL- Crestview, Florida at
ICE MELVIN " 10:00 a.m. on October
Description: 1ST ADD 7,2009.
PORTERS REPLAT (OF
HOLT) BLK23 (OF Dated this 18th day of
Parcel ID: August, 2009.
33-3N-25-2090-0023- E DONW. HOWARD
0000 Opening Bid: CLERK OF THE CIR-
$794.46 CUIT COURTS
All of said property be- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/19/09
ida. . 08/26/09
Unless the certificate is 09/02/09
redeemed according to 09/09/09
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the Legal # 100801
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Room iat the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at 2009 TD 000242 C
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009. Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
Dated this 18th day of ings, as holder of the
August, 2009. following certificate,
DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate
CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is-
CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and
08/19/09 year of issuance, the
08/26/09 name in which the
09/02/09 property is. assessed
09/09/09 and the description of
__ the property is as fol-
Legal # 100799 lows:
Certificate # 1060 of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed to:
TION FOR TAX DEED DUGGAN POND DEV
GROUP II LLC
2009 TD 000240 C Description: PARCEL
A: COM NE COR W
Notice is hereby given 1675.37 FT TO POB S4
that D. Bresee, Keith DEG W 2004.78 FT TO
Bresee, and Farrar Mc- R/W S34 DEG W459.89
Nair, as holder of the FT ALG CURVE 283.79
following certificate, FT N39 DEG W309.24
has filed said certificate FT ALG CURVE 441,35
for a Tax Deed to be is- FT N7 DEG E3167.36
sued thereon. The cer- FT S88 DEG E723.64
tificate number and FT TO POB
year of issuance, the Statutory Opening Bid:
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1354 of .
2007 Assessed to:
JOHN B SENTERFITT
Description: EDNEY
2ND ADD LOT 14 BLK
Parcel ID#:
08-3N-23-0742-0004-
0140 Opening Bid: Airport Road
$18,079.65 Learning Center
All of said property be- Openings Available
ing in the County of Please call 683-0925
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. '
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to C
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- Able Concrete
cate will be sold to the Tear out, replacement
highest bidder in the driveways, patios. Free
BCC Board Meeting Estimate. Lic/Ins
Room at the Okaloosa 850-685-6248
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at Brick Block Cement
10:00 a.m. on October work wanted. We do
7, 2009. brick mailboxes. Repair
work, ' Sidewalks,
Dated this 18th day of Retaining wall. Small
August, 2009. block jobs. Call
DON W. HOWARD 850-758-1020
CLERK OF THE CIR- _ ______
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09 Harold Gaines
09/09/09 Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Legal # 100800 Parking Lot Work, .
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Carpentry and Roofing.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Lic. #RG 0005399.
TION FOR TAX DEED 850-862-0383
2009 TD 000241 S
Isaac's Already
Notice is hereby given Done
that PPTS 452, LLC, as Handyman Service
holder of the following No job too small!
certificate, has filed LIc./Ins. AvI. 24hrs.
said certificate for a Tax 305-4518
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in Lasco Handyman
which the property is Inc. Licensed and In-
assessed and the de- sured. Honest and
scription of the prop- dependable, refer-
erty is as follows: ences. Call Terry
Certificate # 195 of 902-3928


, 11. ,u] 6 . - i. . ,
$66,315.13 7, 2009.
All of said property be-
ing in the County of Dated this 18th day of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- August, 2009.
ida. DON W. HOWARD
Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR-
redeemed according to, CUlT COURTS
law, the property de- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the 08/19/09
highest bidder in the 08/26/09
BCC Board Meeting 09/02/09
Room at the Okaloosa 09/09/09
County Courthouse
Crestview, Florida at Legal # 100803
10:00 a.m. on October NOTICE OF APPLICA-
7, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009. 2009 TD 000244 C
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given
CUIT COURTS that Gulf Group Hold-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC wings, as holder of the
following certificate,
08/19/09 has filed said certificate
08/26/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
09/02/09 sued thereon. The cer-
09/09/09 tificate- number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
Legal # 100802 property is assessed
� and the description of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the property is as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED lows:
Certificate #-2423 of
2009 TD 000243 C 2007 Assessed to:
WILLIAM R & LAURIE
Notice is hereby given SCHUMPERT
that Gulf Group Hold- Description: COM SW
ings, as holder of the COR N824 FT S77
following certificate, DEG E275.26 FT
has filed said certificate N534.28 FT TO POB
for a Tax Deed to be is- N106.9 FT S89 DEG
sued thereon. The cer- E350 FT S3 DEG
tificate number and E116.2 FT N77 DEG
year of issuance, the W100 FT S50.47 FT
name in which the N77 DEG W267 FT TO
property is assessed POB
and the description of Parcel ID#:
the property is as fol- 18-3N-22-OOpO-0001-B
lows: 002Z Opening Bid:
Certificate # 3139 of $4,328.82
2007 Assessed to: All of said property be-
SHRI JALA BAPA INC ing in the County of
Description: COM NE Okaloosa, State of Flor-
COR NE1/4 OF NE1/4 ida.
W221 FT TO WLY R/W Unless the certificate is
ST RD 85 THCSWLY redeemed according to
ALG R/W 935 FT TO law, the property de-
POB CONT SWLY 392 scribed in the certifi-
FT W1Olo FT TO SW cate will be sold to the
COR OF NE1/4 OF highest bidder in the
NW1/4 N546 FT S76 O CC Board Meeting
IDEG E789 FT N87 DEG Room at the Okaloosa
E266 FT TO POB LESS County Courthouse,
-0042-6.31 ACRES. AS Crestview, Florida at
OR 2047/210 10:00 a.m. on October
Parcel ID#: 7 2009.
32-3N-23-0000-0042- . Dated this 18th day of
0030 Opening Bid. ated this 18th day of 2
f $18,719.39 August, 2009.
All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD -
ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUT COURTS, UC
ida. By: Lisa L. Guia, UC
Unless the certificate is 0/ '
redeemed according to 08/21,/0
law, the property de- 08/26/09
scribed in the certifi- 09/02/09
cate will be sold to the 09/09/09
highest bidder in the
BCC 'Board Meeting Le'! 1100804
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse , NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Crestview, Florida at TION FOR TAX DEED
10:00 a.m. on October

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Crestview News Bulletin I B7


1 11003
2009 TD 000245 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 401 of
2007 Assessed to:
ROBERT B & KERRY
T ANDREWS
Description: ST BARTH
@ SILVER SHELLS CA-
BANA B1
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-2302-0000-
OOB1 Opening Bid:
$5,100.77
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest .bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


Legal # 100805
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000246 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 3246 of
2007 Assessed to:
GLADYS V SMITH
Description: BEG 509
FT W OF SE COR OF
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W85
FT N140 FT E85 FT
S140 FT TO BEG
729/448
Parcel ID#:
34-1.S-24-0000-0032-
0220 Opening Bid:
$7,779.70
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


Legal # 100806
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000247 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 406 of
2007 Assessed to:
JDB INC
Description: ST BARTH
@ SILVER SHELLS
UNIT 1006W, PARKING
#50 & STORAGE #71
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-2302-0000-
1006 Opening Bid:
$47,804.01
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal #100807
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000248 S


Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
* following, certificate
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is
sued thereon. The cer
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed


0ilo3 . * 11o - .110o-3 110o3 I -___Oa TA VAo3 110 I.... -I

and the description of cate will be sold to the for a Tax Deed to be is- $4,306.88 JONES, year of issuance, the 04-3N-23-1846-0002-0
the property is as fol- highest bidder in the 2009 TD 000255 S sued thereon. The cer- All of said property be- Deceased: name in which the 300 Opening Bid:
lows: BCC Board Meeting tificate number and ing in the County of property is assessed $48,218.92
Certificate # 2399 of Room at the Okaloosa Notice is. hereby given year of issuance, the Okaloosa, State of Flor- NOTICE TO CREDI- and the description of All of said property be-
2007 Assessed to: County Courthouse, that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the ida. TORS the property is as fol- ing in the County of
MASAE S. SPEARS Crestview, Florida at wings, as holder of the property is assessed Unless the certificate is lows: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Description: ELLIOTTS 10:00 a.m. on October following certificate and the description of redeemed according to The administration of Certificate # 1211 of ida.
POINT 10TH ADD LOT 7, 2009. has filed said certificate the property is as fol- law, the property de- the estate of Ewell 2003 Assessed to: E Z Unless the certificate is
28 BLK 18 for a Tax Deed to be is- lows: scribed in the certifi- Henry Jones deceased, SENTERFITT (HEIRS redeemed according to
Parcel ID#: Dated this 18th day of sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 2147 of cate will be sold to the whose date of death OF) law, the property de-
18-25-23-080L-0018- August, 2009. tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: highest bidder in the was May 20, 2009, is Description: EDNEYS scribed in the certifi-
0280 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD year of issuancethe THOMAS W. BCC Board Meeting pending in the Circuit 2ND ADD LOT 7 BLK 6 cate will be sold to the
$6,472.64 CLERK OF THE CIR- name in which the MCCALEB Room at the Okaloosa Court for Okaloosa Parcel ID: highest bidder in the
All of said property be- CUIT COURTS property is assessed Description: CASA County Courthouse, County, Florida, Pro- 08-3N-23-0742-0006-0 BCC Board Meeting
ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC and the description of LOMA 1ST ADD LOT Crestview, Florida at bate Division, File No. 070 Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa
Okaloosa, State of Flor- the property is as fol 19 BLK 1 10:00 a.m. on October 2009-CP-000839C, the $5,738.38 County Courthouse,
ida. 08/19/09 lows: Parcel ID: 7, 2009. address of which is 101 All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at
Unless the certificate is 08/26/09 Certificate # 1260 of 16-2S-25-0351-0001- James Lee Boulevard ing in the County of 10:00 a.m. on October
redeemed according to 09/02/09 2007 Assessed to. 0190 Opening Bid: Dated this 18th day of East, Crestview, Florida Okaloosa, State of Flor- 7,2009.
law, the property de- 09/09/09 LARRY L. & LYNNE T $2,547.00 August, 2009. 32536. The personal ida.
scribed in the certifi- gal #100811 LOWE All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD representative's and the Unless the certificate is Dated this 18th day of
cate will be sold to the Legal#Descrp100811tion: HELMS & ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR- p e r s o n a I redeemed according to August, 2009.
highest biddein the ICEOFAPPLICA-ALLENS/DW12 LOT Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUIT COURTS representative's attor- law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD
BCC Board Meeti nO NOTICE OFOR TA DEED A OF L OT 6 &LENS/ E1/2 ida. By: Lisa L. Guia, DC ney names and ad- scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR-
Room at the OkaloosaLOT 7 BLK 6 & E1/2 Unless the certificate is dresses are set forth cate will be sold to the CUIT COURTS
County Courthouse, Parcel ID redeemed according to 08/19/09 below, highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Crestview, Florida a 2009 TD 000252 S PaS-22-1130-0007- law, the property de- 08/26/09 All creditors of the de- BCC Board Meeting
10:00 a.m. on October is hereby given 0050 Opening Bid scribed in the certifi- 09/02/09 cedent and other per- Room. at the Okaloosa 08/19/2009
7, 2009. o teGulf Group Hold- $6,807.76 cate will be sold to the 09/09/09 ' sons having claims or County Courthouse, 08/26/2009
that Gulf Group Hold- $6,807.7(5 highest bidder in the _____________ demands against Crestview, Florida at 09/02/2009
Dated this 18th day of ings, as holder of the All of said property be- highest BCC Board Meeting decedent's estate on 10:00 a.m.Crestview, on October 09/09/2009
August, 2009. following certificate ing in the CStaounty ofRoom at the Okaloosa LEGAL#120311 whm a copy of this 7,2009. #120326
DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate Okaloosa, State of Fior- County Courthouse, notice is required to be LEGAL#120326
CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is- ida. Crestview, Florida at IN THE CIRCUIT served must file their Dated this 18th day of
CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer-1000a.m. on Octobe COURT OF THE claims with this court August, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and Unless the certificate is 00. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- WITHIN THE LATER DON W. HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED
year of issuance, the redeemed according to 7,2009. CUlT OF 3 MONTHS AFTER CLERK OF THE CIR-
08/19/09 name inrty is assessch the law, scribed in the c propertifiy de- Dated this 18th day of IN AND FOR THE TIME OF THE CUlT COURTS 2009 TD 000273 S
08/26/09 property is assessed scrwillbe sold the August, 2009. OKALOOSA COUNTY, FIRST PUBLICATION By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
09/02109 and the description of cate will be sold t DON W. HOWARD FLORIDA OF THIS NOTICE OR Notice is hereby given
09/09/09 the property is as fol- hihest biddern th CLERK OF THE CIR- CIVIL ACTION CASE 30 DAYS AFTER THE 08/19/2009 that Gulf Group Hold-
09/099 lows: Bc Board Meeting CUlT COURTS NO:2007CA1794S TIME OF SERVICE OF 08/26/2009 wings, as holder of the
Certificate # 2221 of oom at the Okaloo By: Lisa L. Guia, DC FILE NO:F07010231 A COPY OF THIS NO- 09/02/2009 following certificate,
Legal # 100808 200 7 Assessedr tio: County Courthouse, B: La AN UA N TICE ON THEM. 09/09/2009 has filed said certificate
DAVID WORN Crestview, Florida at HSBC BANK USA, NA-ll other creditors of 09/09/2009for a Tax Deed to be is-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- D c r i p t i o n : 10:00 a.m. on October 08/26/09 TIONAL ASSOCIA- the decedent and other LEGAL#120323 sued thereon. The cer-
TION FOR TAX DEED BAYSHORE LOT 18 7,2009.09/02/09 TION, AS TRUSTEE persons having claims NOTICE OF APPLICA tificate number and
BLK05 FOR WELLS FARGO or demands against NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the
2009 TD 000249 S Parcel ID: Dated this 18th day of 09/09/09ASSET SECURITIES decedent's estate must TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the
17-1S-22-3090-0005- August, 2009. CORPORATION HOME file their claims with this property is assessed
Notice is hereby given 0180 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100818 E Q U I T Y court WITHIN 3 2009 TD 000276 C and the description of
that Gulf Group Hold- $3,976.43 CLERK OF THE CIR- ASSET-BACKED CER- MONTHS AFTER. THE the property is 'as fol-
ings, as holder of the All of said property be- CUlT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- TIFICATES, SERIES DATE OF THE FIRST Notice is hereby given lows:
following certificate, ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC TION FOR TAX DEED 2006-3, PUBLICATION OF that Donald R. and Certificate # 300 of
has filed said certificate Okaloosa, State of-Flor- P08/19/09 plaintiff, THIS NOTICE. ALL Mary R. Gates, as hold- 2007 Assessed to:
sued thereon. The cer- Unless the certificate is 08/26/09 vs. . WITHIN THE TIME PE- tificate, has filed said E WAGNER
tificate number and redeemed according to 09/02/09 Notice is hereby given RIODS SET FORTH IN certificate for a Tax Description: KELLYS
year of issuance, the law, the property de- 09/09/09 that Gulf Group Hold- WILLARD C. COLLIER, THE FLORIDA STAT- Deed to be issued 3RD ADD DESTIN LOT
name in which the scribed in the certifi- ings, as holder of the et al, UTES WILL BE FOR- thereon. The certificate 7BLK 11
property is assessed cate will besoldto the Lega# 100815 following certificate, Defendant(s). EVER BARRED. number and year of is- Parcel ID:
and the description of highest bidder in the ea # has filed said certificate NOTWITHSTANDING suance, the name in 00-2S-22-1361-0011-0
the property is as fol- BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- NOTICE OF FORECLO- THE TIME PERIODS which the property is 070 Opening Bid:
lows- Room at the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- SURE SALE SET FORTH ABOVE, assessed and the de- $9,627.51
Certificate # 3195 of County Courthouse, tificate number and ANY CLAIM FILED scription of, the prop- All of said property be-
2007 Assessed to: Crestview, Florida at 2009 TD 000256 C ' year of issuance, the NOTICE IS HEREBY TWO(2) YEARS OR erty is as follows: ing in the County of
FREDA S & JOHN T 10:00 a.m. on October name in which the GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- MORE AFTER THE Certificate # 1508 of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
KELLY 7, 2009. Notice is hereby given property is assessed nal Judgment of Mort- DECEDENT'S DATE OF 2003 Assessed to: ida.
Description: PINE that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of gage Foreclosure DEATH IS BARRED. RUTH A OWENS Unless the certificate is
MEADOWS LOT 45 Dated this 18th day offo te Julyatubi Description: BEG NE redeemed according to
ings, as holder of the the property is as fol- dated July 30, 2009 The date of first publi- COR NE1/4 OF SW1/4 law, the property de-
BLK B August, 2009. following certificate lows: and entered in Case cation of this notice is W300 FT FOR BEG scribed in the certifi-
Parcel ID: DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate Certificate # 1823 of No. 2007-CA-1794-S of August 19, 2009. W300 FT FOR BEG scribed in the certifi-
33-1S-24-2060-000B- CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: the Circuit Court of the S295 FT W74 FT N295 cate will be sold to the
0450 Opening Bid: CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer- TERENCE WAYNE FIRST Judicial Circuit EWELL E. JONES FT E74 FT TO BEG highest bidder in the
$51,678.7Al of said property be- 08/19/09 L. Gui, DC tificate number and THOMAS & GLENN & in and for OKALOOSA 399 Harrison Drive 720/786 BCC Board Meeting
S in the Counrty of 08/26/09 year of issuance, the SUSAN BLACKBURN County, Florida DeFuniak Springs Flor- Parcel ID: Room at the Okaloosa
ing hC yname in which the Description: HOLLEY wherein HSBC BANK ida 32433 PERSONAL 20-3N-23-00000155-0 County Courthouse,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 09/02/09ort assessed GROVE SOUTH LOTS USA, NA IONAL AS- REPRESENTATIVE 0788.1penng Bid: Crestview Floridaoat
ida. 09/09/09 proper descripto of 5 THRU 16 & 33 BLK 7 SOCIATION, AS TRUS- $1,788.16 10:00 am, on October
Unless the certificate is Legal #100812 a pesto Parcel ID: TEE FOR WELLS GILLIS E. POWELL, JR. All of said properCty be-7,2009.
l redeemed according to e Legal#100812 theproperty is as tfl-13-3N-22-1172-0007- FARGO ASSET SECU- FLORIDA BAR ing in the Countybof
law, the property de- NOTICE OF APPLICA- Certificate # 3144 of 0050 Opening Bid: RITIES CORPORATION NO:183427 POWELL, Okaloosa, State of Flor- Dated this 18th day of
scribed in the certifi- TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to: $2,280.76 HOME EUITY POWELL & POWELL ida. the certificate August, 2009.ARD
cate will be sold to the BEST CHOICE RE- All of said property be- ASSET-BACKED CER- Post Office Box 277 Unless the certificate is DON W. HOWARD
highest bidder in the 2009 TD 000253 S ALTY INC . ing in the County of TIFICATES, SERIES Crestview, . Florida redeemed according to CLERK OF THE CIR-
BCC Board Meeting Description: COM SE Okaloosa, State of Flor- 2006-3, is the Plaintiff 32536 (850)682-2757 law, the property de- CUIT COURTS
Room at'the Okaloosa Notice is hereby given COR SE1/4 OF SW1/4 Ida. and WILLARD C. COL- Attorneys for personal scribed in the certifi- By: Usa L. Guia, DC
County Courthouse, that Gulf Group Hold- W15464 FT N11 DEG Unless the certificate is LIER; POOLSIDE representative cate will be sold to the
Crestview, Florida at ings, as holder of the E336.6 FT E743 FT TO redeemed according to VILLAS OWNERS' AS- highest bidder In the 08/19/2009
10:00 a.m. on October following certificate, POB N100 FT E206.8 law, the property de- SOCIATION, INC.; are 8-19-09 BCC Board Meetinglo 08/26/2009
7, 2009. has filed said certificate FT S4 DEG W100.2 FT scribed in the certifi- the Defendants, I will 8-26-09 Room at the oukoosa 09/0/2009
for a Tax Deed to be is- W200 FT TO POB & cate will be sold to the sell to the highest and County Courthouse, 09/09/2009a
Dated this 18th day of sued thereon. The cer- FROM NE COR OF highest bidder in the best bidder for cash at EGAL#120321est10:00 a.m. on October LEGAL#120327
August, 2009. tificate number. and PRO W207 FT N40 FT BCC Board Meeting IN FRONT OF CLERK'S LEGAL#120321 00 aoer La AL
DON W. HOWARD year of issuance, the E209.5 FT TO R/W SR Room at the Okaloosa FRONT DOOR OF IN THE CIRCUIT 7,2009.NOTICEOF APPLICA-
CLERK OF THE CIR- name in which the 85 S40 FT TO POB .19 County Courthouse, SHALIMAR ANNEX at COURT OF THENOTICE 'OF APPCADEED
CUlT COURTS . property is assessed ACC Crestview, Florida at 11:00AM, on the 31 day COURT OF THE Dated this 18th day of TION FOR TAX DEED
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC and the description of Parcel ID: 10:00 a.m. on October of August, 2009, the fo CUT, IN AND FOR DON W. HOWARD 2009 TD 000271
the property is as fol- 32-3N-23-0000-0050- 7, 2009. lowing described prop- OKALOOSA COUNTY, CLERK OF THE CIR-
08/19/09 lows: 003B Opening Bid: erty as set forth in said FLORIDA. CASE CUlT COURTS Notice is hereby given
08/26/09 Certificate # 511 of $2,213.40pening BiDated this 18th day of Final Judgment:NO A. E UIT UR DC tce ery given
09/02/09August, 2009. UNIT 306, POOLSIDE NO:09CP740 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC that Gulf -Group Hold-
09/02/09 2007 Assessed to: All of said property be- August, 2009. U T LI as holder of the
09/09/092007 ADRICCARTER LLC ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD VILLAS, A CONDOMIN- IN RE: ESTATE OF: 08/19/2009 following certificate,
ADescription: TWIN Okainosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF THE CIR- IUM, ACCORDING TO LILLIAN LAVANDA 08/26/2009 has filed said certificate
Legal # 100809 LAKES PHII LOT 131 ida. CUlT COURTS THE DECLARATION MATHERS, 09/022009 for a Tax Deed to be is-
Parcel ID: Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC OF CONDOMINIUM Deeased. 09/09/2009fsu eereonTe ce-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ael D: Unless the certificate is THEREOF RECORDED Deceased. 09/09/2009 sued thereon. The cer-
TIN OF AOR TPPLICAX DEED 00-2S-22-5331-0000- redeemed according to 08/19/09 IN OFFICIAL REC- tificate number and
TION FOR TAXDEED 1310 Opening Bid: law, the property de- 08/19/09 IN OFFICIAL REC- NOTICE TO CREDI- LEGAL#.120324 year of issuance, the
2009 TD 000250 S $15,096.57 scribed in the certifi- 08/26/09 ORDS BOOK 1302, TORS name in which the
2009 TD 000250 All of said property be- cate'will be sold to the 09/02/09 ' PAGE 1, PUBLIC REC- TORS NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed
ing in the County of highest bidder in the 09/09/09 ORDS OF OKALOOSA The administration of TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of
that Gulf Group Hold Okaloosa, State of Flor- BC Board Meeting COUNTY, FLORIDA, the estate of LILLIAN the property is as fol-
los as hl G of the ida. Room at the Okaloosa Legal # 100819 TOGETHER WITH AN LAVANDA MATHERS, 2009 TD 000275 C ' lows:
ings, as holdertof the Unless the certificate is County Courthouse, UNDIVIDED INTEREST deceased, is pending Certificate # 635 of
following certificate, redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at NOTICE OF APPLICA- IN THE COMMON ELE- circuit Court for Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to:
has filed said certificate law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on October TION FOR TAX DEED MENTS APPURTE- the CircuOkaloosa County, For- hat Donald R. and GREGORY & DEBERA
ora Tax Deed to be is- scribed in the certifi- 7, 2009. NANT THERETO, SUB- da, Probate Division, Mary R. Gates, as hold- O'DELL
sued thereon. The cer-an cate will be sold to the 2009 TD 000260 S JECT TO AND IN ACH the address of which is ers of the following cerhold- ODescription: HOLIDAY
tieaate number ane highest bidder in the Dated this 18th day of CORDANCE WITH THE theaddNorth Eglinf whiark tificate, has filed said ISLELOT 35 BLK E
year of issuance, the BCC Board Meeting August, 2009. Notice is hereby given COVENANTS, CONDI- way, Okaloosa County certificate for a Tax 886/56
name in which the Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD that Gulf Group Hold- TIONS, RESTRIC-Courthouse Annex, Deed to be issued arcel ID:
property is assessed County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- ings, as holder of the TIONS TERMS AND Shalimar, Florida thereon. The certificate 00-2S-24-2186-OOOE-0
andthe description f Crestview, Florida at CUT COURTS following certificate, PROVISIONS AS SET32579. The names and number and year of is- 350 Opening Bid:
e property s as fo10:00 a.m. on October By: Lisa L. Guia, DC has filed said certificate FORTH IN SAID DEC- addresses of the Per- suance, the name in $208,046.94
lowsifiate # 113 of 7 2009. for a Tax Deed to be is- N. sonal Representative which the property is All of said property be-
2007 Assessed to Dated this 18th day of 08/19/09 sued thereon. The cer- 300 GULF nd of the Personal assessed and the de- ing in the County of
DAVID L. TALBERT atd this 18th day of 08/26/09 tificate number and SHORE DRIVE DES- Representative's attor- scription of the prop- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
DAVID L. TALBERT August, 2009. 09/02/09 year of issuance, the ORE DRVE DES- ney are set forth below. erty is as'follows: ida.
DescriptiOW COn N DON W. HOWARD 09/09/09 name in which the TIN, FL 32541 All creditors of the de- Certificate # 2153 of Unless the certificate is
UNITMERCE ROW CONDO CLERK OF THE CIR- property is assessed claiming an cedent and other per- 2003 Assessed to: redeemed according to
Parcel ID: CUITCOURTS Legal # 100816 and the description of Any pterest i the surplus sons having claims or DOROTHY & BILLY law, the property de-
00-2S-22-0500-0000- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF AP the property is as fol- fromr po an demands against HEATH scribed in the certifi-
0060 Opening Bid:- NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows: 08 of other than the sale, if any, decedent's estate, in- Description: COM NW cate will be sold to the
$4,344.52 08/19/09 TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate # 308 of eras of the date of cluding' unmatured, COR E3802.01 FT S70 highest bidder in the
All of said property be- 08/26/09 2007 Assessed toI L the Lis Pendens must contingent or unliqui- DEG E71.33 FT TO BCC Board Meeting
ing in the County of 09/02/09 2009 TD 000257 C RICHARD L & PATTI L e a claim within sixty dated claims, on whom POB S36 DEG W290 Room at the Okaloosa
kaloosa State of Flor- 09/09/09Notice is hereby given tion: STONE- (60)daysafter the sale. a copy of this notice is FT S53 DE E250 FT County Courthouse,
Unless the certificate is Legal # 100813 that Gulf Group Hold- BRIDGE PH II @ WITNESS MY his claimswith this Court TO S R /WALGRA/W 10:00 a.m. on October
redeemed according to ings, as holder of the KELLY PLANTATION and the seal of this WITHIN THE LATER 280.84 FT TO P08 AS 7,2 009.
law, the property de- NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate, LOT 20 BLK JJ Court on July 31, 2009. OF 3 MONTHS AFTER OR
scribed in the certifi- TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate Parcel ID: ' THE DATE OF FIRST Parcel ID: Dated this 18th day of
cafe will be sold, to the for a Tax Deed to be is- 00-2S-22-1444-OOJJ- Don W. Howa circuit PUBLICATION OF 01-2N-24-0000-0001-0 August, 2009.
highest bidder in the 2009 TD 000254 S sued thereon. The'cer- 0200 Opening Bid: Clerk of the Circuit THIS NOTICE OR 30 130 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD
BCC BOard Meeting tificate number and $20,450.03 Court DAYS AFTER THE $5,128.99 CLERK OF THE CIR-
Room at the Okaloosa Notice Is hereby given year of issuance, the All of said property be- By:Vicki Jackson DATE OF SERVICE OF All of said property be- CUlT COURTS
County Courthouse, that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the ing in the County of By:VickiJackson A COPY OF THIS NO- ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Crestview, Florida at ings, as holder of the property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor- Deputy Clerk TICE ON THEM. Okaloosa, State of Flor-
10:00 a.m. on October following certificate, and the description of ida. 08/19/2009
7, 00. cto filed said certificate the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is Florida Default Lawh All decedent other r Ulessthe certificate is 08/26/2009
S for a Tax Deed to be is- lows: redeemed according to RO. Box 25018 persons having claims redeemed according to 09/02/2009
Dated this 18th day of sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 1177 of law, the property de- ar. Box 25d18 oda or demands against law, the property de- 09/09/2009
August, 2009. tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: WA- scribed in the certifi- Tampa, Florida ecedent's estate, in- scribed in the certifi- 0/92
DON W. HOWARD year of issuance, the TERVIEW DEVELOP- cate will be sold to the 33622-5018 cluding unmatured, cate will be sold to the LEGAL#120328
CLERK OF THE CBIR- name in which the MENT LLC 'highest bidder in the IPRA contingent or unliqui- highest bidder in the
CUlT COURTS property is assessed D eas c r i p t i o n :BgCC Board Meeting IMPORTANT dated claims, must file BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC and the description of RIVERCHASE S/D PH Room at the Okaloosa In accordance with theDi their claims with the Room at the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED
the property is as fol- 111 LOT 19 BLK B County Courthouse, Americans with Disa- Court WITHIN 3 County Courthouse,
08/19/09 lows: Parcel ID: Crestview, Florida at abilities es MONTHS AFTER THE Crestew, Florida at 2009 TD 000270 S
08/26/09 Certificate # 3424 of 06-2N-23-5002-000B- 10:00 a.m. on October with disabilities need- DATE OF THE FIRST 10:00 a.m. on October
09/02/09 2007 Assessed to: 0190 Opening Bid: 7,2009. nation to participate in PUBLICATION OF 7, 2009. Notice is hereby given
09/09/09 A E EVANSE & osad property be- Dated this 18th day of th prtocengmd CLAIMS AND OBJE- Dated this 18th day of ings, as holder of the
Legal # 100810 Description: 4TH ADD ing in the County of August, 2009. contact Adminis- TIONS NOT SO FILED August, 2009. following certificate,
GARNIER BCH LOT 3 Okaloosa, State of Flor DON W. HOWARD traction at 101 James WILL BE FOREVER DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate
NOTICE OF APPLICA- BLK 2681/157 ida. CLERK OF THE CIR- Lee Boulevard EastFL BARRED. . CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is-
TION FOR TAX DEED Parcel ID: Unless the certificate is CUlT COURTS Crestvi3515 telephone The date of first pubi- CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer-
02-2S-24-1004-0002- redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, DC -51number (850)p cation of this notice is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and
2009 TD 000251 S 0030 Opening Bid: law, the property de- 689-5000 Extension August 19, 2009. year of issuance, the
$3,782.87 scribed in the certifi- 08/16/09 689 5000, Exto the pro-n 08/19/2009 name in which the
Notice is hereby given All of said property be- cate will be sold to the 08/26/09 7497ceed, inp rior to the pro- PAMELA SUE 08/26/2009 property is assessed
that Gulf Group Hold- ing in the County of highest .bidder in the 09/02/09 85ceeding or Shalimar-77 MCGHEE Personal 09/02/2009 and the description of
ings, as holder of the Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting 09/09/09 (850) 651-7497 Representative 1501 N. 09/09/2009 the property is as fol-
following certificate, ida. Room at the Okaloosa Legal # 100820 IMPORTANT Partin Drive #158 lows:
has filed said certificate Unless the certificate is County Courthouse, Iega n accordance with the Niceville, Florida 32578 LEGAL#120325 Certificate # 175 of
for a Tax Deed to be is- redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at NOTICE OF APPLICA- Americans with Disa- A 2007 Assessed to:
sued thereon. The cer- law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on October 0TIN OR T A - s Acts ps MICHAEL A. JONES, NOTICE OF APPUCA- RJSG PROPERTIES
tificate number and scribed in the certifi- 7, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED disabilities Act, personseed- ESQ. POST OFFICE TION FOR TAX DEED LLC
year of issuance, the cate will be sold to the 26 with disabilities needammo- BOX 947 NICEVILLE, Description: MAR-
name in which the highest bidder in the Dated this 18th day of 2009 TD 000261 S ing special accommo-n FL 32588-0947 2009 TD 000274 C BELLA CONDO UNIT
property is assessed BCC Board Meeting August, 2009. d ration to participate in (850)729-7440 Florida 5CW/ PARKING
and the description of Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD Notice is hereby given this proceeding should Bar No. 332471 Attor- Notice is hereby given #140/#147 & STOR-
the property is as fol- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- that Gulf Group Hold- contactiorat AN Egin ney for Personal Repre that Gulf Group Hold- AGE#515
lows: Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS foowings, as holder otificate Patration at 1250 N. Eglinmar FL tentative ings, as holder of the Parcel ID:
Certificate # 846 of 10:00 a.m. on October By: Lisa L. Guia, DC following certificate, Parkway, Shalirephone ,num- following certificate, 00-2S-22-0703-0000-0
2007 Assessed to: 7,2009. for a Tax Deed to be is- ber (850) 651-7497, 8/19/2009 has fileT said certificate 5CO Opening Bid:
ROBERT & JOHN W. 08/19/09 sued thereon. The cer- prior to the proceeding. 8/26/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- $23,148.51
KERNEN Dated this 18th day of 08/26/9 tifircat number and thereon. The cer- All of said property be-


Description: RACE August, 2009. 09/02/09 year of issuance the 8/12/2009 LEGAL#120322 tificate number and ing in the County of
TRACK RD S/D LOT 13 DON W. HOWARD 09/09/09 name in which the 8/19/2009 year of issuance, the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
& 14 BLK A CLERK OF THE CIR- property is assessed _ NOTICE OF APPLICA- name in which the ida.
Parcel ID: CUlT COURTS Legal # 100817 and the description of LEGAL#120317 TION FOR TAX DEED property is assessed Unless the certificate is
02-2S-24-213A-OOOA By: Lisa L. Guia, DC the property is as fol- and the description of redeemed according to
- -0130 Opening Bid: NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows: IN THE CIRCUIT 2009 TD 000277 C the property is as fol- law, the property de-
$12,814.26 08/19/09 TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate# 3422 of COURT OF THE lows: scribed In the certifi-
All of said property be- 08/26/09 2007 Assessed to: FIRSTJUDICIALCHEIR- Notice is hereby given Certificate # 1024 of cate will be sold to the
ing in the County of 09/02/09 2009 TD 000258 S MARY LEE STRINGER CULT, INANDFOR that Diana Van 2007 Assessed to: RE- highest bidder in the
a aout f2009 TD 000258S MARY ESTRINNGRETRH C OINSANCDFORTYOewaren, as holder of GINA D & CHARLES D BCC Board Meeting
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 09/09/09 Description: NORTH OKALOOSA COUNTY, Oeveren, as holder of GINA D & CHARLES D BC Board Meeting
ida. Notice is hereby given HILL GARDENS LOT FLORIDA CASE the following certificate, HENSON Room at the Okaloosa
SUnless the certificate is Legal #100814 that G hr Hol 16Kiv6 NO:9C has filed said certificate Description: RESUB County Courthouse,
Sredeemed according to ns as ho lder of the ParcelK 6 NO:2009CP000839C for a Tax Deed to be is- BLK 18 OAKDALE MIN Crestview, Florida at
law, the property de- NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate, 13-2S-24-1770-0006- IN RE: ESTATE OF sued thereon. The cer- FARMS LOT 30 BLK 2 10:00 a.m. on October
scribed in the certifi- TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate 0160 Opening Bid: EWELL .' HENRY tificate number and Parcel ID: 7,2009.


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Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Dated this 18th day of
August. 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009
09/09/2009

LEGAL#120329
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000269 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is-as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1639 of
2007 Assessed to:
LEMUEL K & CHERYL
E FINLEY
Description: WHISPER-
ING PINES LOT 8 BLK
2 978/271 HA=1/2
LEMUEL K
Parcel ID:
11-2S-24-265A-0002-0
080 Opening Bid:
$32,750.22
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009.


1103 I
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009
09/09/2009

LEGAL#120330
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000268 C
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 3100 of
2007 Assessed to:
ALBICH HOLDINGS
INC
Description: BEG SW
COR LOT 20 3RD ADD
TO NORTHVIEW ES-
TATES S87 DEG
E545.12 FT TO E SEC
LINE S ALGLING
499.94 FT TO N R/W
PJADAMS PKWY N87
DEG W ALG R/W 398.4
FT TO E R/W VIL-
LACREST DR THC ALG
CRV NLY 39.78 FT N12
DEG W484.14 FT THC
ALG CRV 7.75 FT TO
POB
Parcel ID:
31-3N-23-0000-0002-0
02B Opening Bid:
$20,116.01
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-


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cate will be sold to the BCC Board Meeting retary for sale, early Motel $35 d $165 WK,
highest bidder in the Room at the Okaloosa NOTICE OF APPLICA- 1900s. at the Blonde Grill Cooks APT $180 Wk. $525 4
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Crestview, Florida at 7, 2009. .682.8804 Apply any- Apartments 1, Vouchers
10:Crestview, Florida at 7,009. a.m. on October 2100 - Pts time. EOE Accepted. Rental assis-
10:00 a.m. on October Notice is hereby given 2110 - Pts: Free to DEN/HOME OFFICE tance may be available.
7, 2009. Dated this 18th day of that Gulf Group Hold- Good Home FURNITURE FOR 1 & 2 BR, HC & non
August, 2009. ings, as holder of the 2120 - Pet Supplies SALE! Live-In Female com- HC accessible apart-
Dated this 181h day of DON W. HOWARD following certificate, 2130- Farm Animals/ Library wall, cherry fin- panion needed for HC laments.
August, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- has filed said certificate Supplies ish, consists of (2) older female. Must 209 Bents Cr.ek Road,
DON W. HOWARD CUlT COURTS for a Tax Deed to be is- 2140 - Pets/Livestock 6'x30"g12" end units, clean, cook at least Crestview, FL. Call
CLERK OF THE CIR- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC sued thereon. The cer- Wanted and (3) 30"x30"x12" 1 meal a day! Room i0- 6 8 2- 5 5 6 3,
CUIT COURTS tificate number and 2150- Pet Memorials middle units, all with and board plus TDD/TTY 711. Equal
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 08/19/2009 year of issuance, the doors w/acrylic panes, some compensa- Housing Opportunity
08/26/2009 name in which the n '' $150. (new was over tion. Refed Crestncew
08/19/2009 09/02/2009 property is assessed $550.) Large desk, needed! Crestview
08/26/2009 09/09/2009 and the description of --2O cherry finish, area Fax or email
09/02/2009 LEGAL#120332 the property is as fol- SHI-TZU Imperial pup- 5'x30"x30", with key- info (850)398-8065
09/09/2009 lows: pies 1 male 1 female board tray & matching
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Certificate # 2156 of parents on mae mises 2'-8 tall hutch and file 1, 2 3 & 4 BR Homes
S TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to: Mother 5 lbs. Father cabinet, $50. (new was .ai A for Rent. Ref req. Call
LEGAL#120331 BRYAN . KEMPSKI lbs. Taking deposits $225.) Lane-brand I " 682-4070. or 830-2061,
2009 TD 000266 C Description: LOT 17 interested please call Ioveseat w/pull-out sin- 758-7206.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- BLK A DEER SPGS 423-4511 pgle bed, practically 4Br 2Ba Foreclosure!
TION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given UNREC: COM NE COR new, outdoors motif Stylist - needed for sa- $11,500r Only $217/
that Gulf Group Hold- OF S1/2 W2065 FT S21 fabric, $150. 2 Heavy, Ion in Crestview. Mo 5% down 15 years
2009 TD 000267 S wings, as holder of the DEG E878.39 FT TO solid-construction CD 398-3609 @ 8% apr. Buy, 3 Br
following certificate, POB S21 DEG E340 FT or DVD shelves, 24"x5', Twin Hills Learning $199/Mo! for listings
Notice is hereby given has filed said certificate S68 DEG W632.48 FT 2 oak finish, $10. ea. Center Now taking ien (800)366-9783 ext 5798
that Gulf Group Hold- for a Tax Deed to be is- N21 DEG W340 FT N68 Jack ($40. ea. new) Call rollment for Free VPK. Baker, 3br, - a 6 ac-
ings, as holder of the sued thereon. The cer- DEG E632.48 FT TO All NEW HappJack 682-8750 Callm 68 6 er, 3br, lba 6 c-is ou
following � certificate, tificate number and POB 1038/857 Xylecide: Anti-Fungal K p Call 689-1663 res included! As imos, you
has filed said certificate year of issuance, the Parcel ID- shmapoo for dogs & King Mattress and 2 pc maintain. $650/mo. Call
for a Tax Deed to be is- name in which the 16-3N-22-0000-0001-0 horses prevents ring- box set. New, in plastic 850-217-8209 for info.
sued thereon. The cer- property is assessed 200 Opening Bid: worms and bacterial Pillowtop. $225. 850
tificate number and and the description of $2,580.07 skin infection without 471-0330 Can deliver4130
year of issuance, the the property is as fol- All of said property be- s t 8 r o i d s ! Mattress and Box Set,
name in which the lows: ing in the County of OKALOOSA GRAIN Full Size Still sealed Heat & Air Techs have . ,
property is assessed Certificate # 3369 of Okaloosa, State of Flor- FEED STORE from factory, new, Recession Proof Ca-
and the description of 2007 Assessed to: ida. 6 8 2 - 9 3 3 3 $129. 850 471-0330 rers t3WK TrainingSHA Crestview- 4 br, 2 b
the property is as fol- HAROLD W & NANCY Unless the certificate is www.happyjack creditation. EPA/OSHA Crestview- ONLY $900 mo!
lows: K OLLIFF redeemed according to inc.corn . Certified. Local Job home. ONLY $900 Mo!
lows: KOLLIFF redeemed according to ao _ Placement Assistance Call Jenny at Pelican
Certificate # 2666 of Description: HILLTOP law, the property de- Placement n Available Real Estate 315-0972
2007 Assessed to: ACRES LOT 17 & W5 scribed in the certifi- - 3230 'Finaning Av Iable. Real Estate315-0972
RICHARD & FRAN- FT LOT 19 BLK3 cate will be sold to the Crestview Benefits. Fo
CESLDINKEL Parcel ID: highest bidder in the BIG YARD (8779949904 l
Description: LAKESIDE 35-4N-23-1160-0003-0 BCC Board Meeting 2130 BIG YARD (877)994-9904.
CONDO AT B/B UNIT 180 Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa 16' Cattle Trailer - SALE!
305 WESTLAKE $6,045.29 Cointy Courthouse, Heavy duty double axle Fri. & Sat. Aug.21-22 Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
Parcel ID: All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at bottom frame. Top part 8am-2pm, 103 Chey- 2 cg FP 1635sf. 3 rs
22-1S-22-281B-000W- ing in the County of 10:00 a.m. on October homemade metal & enne Trace (Off Old / , ( old. $995 mo+dd. pet
0305 Opening Bid: Okaloosa, State of Flor- 7, 2009. wood frame, end gate Bethel) Medium-Sized ok.850- 865-2823
$5,803.01 ida special made. Half sw- Freezer Paragon Kiln,
All of said property be- Unless the certificate is Dated this 18th day of ing open & other half iron daybed, collecti- Crestview 4 BR, 2 BA,
ing in the County of redeemed according to August, 2009. slide out. $800. Call bles antique 2200sf Lee Farm S/D
Okaloosa, State of Flor- law, the property de-- DON W. HOWARD 689-0454 or 585-1087 glass/fenton glass & Very nice! Avail. Now
ida. scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR- S&P shakers. BUSINESS & FINANCIAL $1150. 850-698-5044
Unless the certificate is cate will be sold to the CUlT COURTS .Defuniak
redeemed according to highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, DC . F 51008- Business
law, the property de- BCC Board Meeting . t Flynn Opportunities
scribed in the certifi- Room at the Okaloosa 08/19/2009 Estate Sale 5110 - Money to Lend HEW T AY
cate will be sold to the County Courthouse, 08/26/2009 ,\ , . , Sat 8-? 1/4 mile down
Crestview, Florida at 09/02/2009 ' ~ . Girl Scout Rd. 2000 Crestview- downtown,
10:00 a.m. on October 09/0972009 truck, camper, furni- 1 * & 3 br brick house
7, 2009. E ture, golf sets, tools, Ig. 5100 with yard. $400-$495
I MERANDISE cabinets, 2 antique mo. Window air & gas
Dated this 18th day of I...... '.. ."..l wagon wheels, lightn- Au Cash Vending Do heat. 850-682-8483
August, 2009. 3100- Antiques ing rods $100 ea. 6,000 you earn $800 in a
or (3rd shift) DON W. HOWARD 3110-EAppliances & 6,500 generators day? 25 Local Ma-
CLERK OF THE CIR- LEGAL#120335 3120-Arts & Crafts $750. Many monitors, chines and Candy T DAY
CUlT COURTS 3130 - Auctions towers, keyboards, joy $9,995. (888)629-9968 EW To
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA- 3140- Baby teams sticks, 1000 computer BO2000033 Call us:
employees in an TION FOR TAX DEED 3150 BuildingSupplies games cheap. CDs, Wewill not be under- Crestview Guest home
08/19/2009 3160 - Business DVDs $2 ea. sold!for rent, 1br, lba, no
environment, assign 08/26/2009 2009 TD 000262 s Equipment f r l la
it plans, implement 09/02/2009 3170 - Collectibles - Small Business Help! pets/smoking, all util &
t plans, implement 09/0/2009 Notice is hereby given310 - Coputrs Improve cash flow cable 36ncl. $500/mo.
09 93190 - Electronicssafes revenue, pro-398-3609
id improvements in -that Gulf Group Hold- 3200 - Firewood ductivity andu, profita-
id improvements in LEGAL#120333 ings, as holder of the 3220- Furniture ductivity and prota
ing procedures and following certificate, 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales GREEN & BOILED ability, results guaran- -
NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate 3240 - Guns PEANUTS. teed! For a blueprint of N T
green in electroniCS TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is- 3250 - Good Things to Eat HOLLAND FARMS. action steps specific for
military electronics sued thereon. The cer- 3260 - Health & Fitness 1-877-675-6876 your business call:
military electronics 2009 TD 000265 C tificate number and 3270- Jewelry/Clothing (239) 699-5050. Crestview Rentals:
in a manufacturing year of issuance, the 3280 - Machinery/ W* 3br, lbs onHm ac $875
experience with test Notice is hereby given name in which the Equipment *Work From HOme! * 3br, lbsa$700,
perience ithteulf Group Hold- property is assessed 3290- MedicalEquipment , 3270 Products are all earth * 3 / 1 $550 inc. WS&G
c t hings, as holder of the ad-tohe descriptio 3300 - Miscellaneous friendly, NOT only that, *.1 / 1 $460 inc. WS&G
looting, computers ings, as holder of the and the description of 3310MusicalInstmments there is up to a 60 day *Sbr, 3ba$1,150,
ccessful candidate following certificate theproperty is as fol- 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ money back guaran- * 2 / 2 MH 2 ac $600
c~essful candidate has filed said certificate lows: Supplies""ne Ic-g-'a-*' /21H' ' $0
latics and wiring oraTax Deed to be is- Certificate # 2141 of 3330- Restaurant/Hotel tfee! Call Today! 719 Call Rick Epperson Re-
sued thereon. The cer- 2007 Assessed to: 3340 - Sporting Goods K I 201-2926 or email alty LLC 850-865-7777.
hootJ.t component tificate number and CJ FOOD MARTS INC 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) lonashaw@gmail.com
year of issuance, ,the Description: CASA Mens white gold
name in which the LOMA S/D BEG NE band with princess .c d- $200
property is assessed COR LOT 3 S87 DEG cut diamonds $200. / TW A Y
and the description of W ALG LOT LINE 90.48 | 3100 Womens white old Jan eJohnson
ill require periodic the property is as fol- FT S2 DEG E146.53 FT ANTIQUES - Clock Re- diamond band 90. Janet JOhnson
on i's in a factory lows: TO N RA/WN US HWY 98 pair: Grandfathers, Brand new, never , Realty, Inc.
oin is in a factory certificate # 3421 of N87 DEG E ALG R/W Mantels, Cuckoo, Any worn, still in original r ' Real in.
g, walking, climbing 2007 Assessed to: M J 105 FT N146.53 FT TO Type of Clocks - 211 N. boxes. 301-751-8000 Equal Housing
LEE ESTATE N LINE LOT 2 WLY Main St. Call 689-1007 FWB. Opportunity
g periods of time Description: S1/2 OF ALG LINE 17.1 FT TO EAL ESTATE FOR RE 682-1800
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 & POB
N1/2 OF NE1/4 OF Parcel ID: s 6100 - Business/
SE1/4 16-2S-25-0350-0005-0 Commercial Crestview
Parcel ID: 020 Opening Bid: 1I 3130 3290 6110- Apartments 0*114 Hampton,
mpany, please visit 36-6N-24-0000-0004-0 $8,683.17 Absolute Auction No Jazzy Electric Chair al- 6120- Beach Rentals 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
0h, FLtoapply. 000 Opening Bid: All of said property be- minimums-No reserves most brand new & 6130 -Cndafeownhoase 0118 Hampton,
$9,985.36 ing in the County of 114� Acres in Keaton looks it. Used very little. 6140 -Huse Rentats 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
All of said property be- Okaloosa, State of Flor- Beach, FL 10 Proper- 2 new batteries. Works 6160 - Rooms for Rent * 238 Runnymeade Dr,
ing in the County of ida. ties in Steinhatchee, FL excellent. $1200. Call 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
nc Okaloosa, State of Flor- Unless the certificate is S/F Homes, RV Resi- 689-0454 or 585-1087 6180 - Oiat-of-Town Rentals * 214 Virginia St
ida. redeemed according to dential- Commercial Older'Hospital Bed still 6190 - Timeshare Rentals 2br, 1.5 .ba, $650,
Unless the certificate is law, the property de- Sat., Aug. 29 10:00 Older H pital d he 200 - action Rentals * 206 Virginia St,
redeemed according to scribed in the certifi- a.m. Steinhatchee works has overhead 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
2548 law, the property de- cate will be sold to the Land- ing Resort at pull bar & bedsideC * 216 Virginia St,
scribed in the certifi- highest bidder in the Keaton Beach, the be /rails. Call 2 br,1.5 ba, $650
cate will be sold to the BCC Board Meeting property is less than 1 689-0454 or 585-1087 6100 1 * 575 Pine St,
highest bidder in the Room at the Okaloosa mile from a public boat 3 br, 2 ba; $700
BCC Board Meeting County Courthouse, ramp. At Steinhatchee, , Crestview * 602 Henderson St,
Room at the Okaloosa Crestview, Florida at some properties have OFurn 2 br, 1 be; $725
oyer County Courthouse, 10:00 a.m. on October commercial or residen- 3300 Office Space * 1090A Farmer St,
Crestview, Florida at 7, 2009. tial potential. Online 2 Plots located in the Executive Offices in Furn. 2 pr, 1 ba; $725
10:00 a.m. on October Bidding- Call the auc- front part of Liveoak. McClain, Office Plaza 0 3278 Auburn Rd,
7, 2009. . Dated this 18th day of tioneers for information Cemetery .call on Hwy 85. Only 6 3bd/2ba, $750
August, 2009. Pay 20% down, 10% 850-675-6491 Iv. mesg. units left! Rate in- * 4034 Randi,
Dated this 18th day of DON W. HOWARD buyer's premium, Bro- Airlines Are Hiring - high speed internetes, 3bd/ 120 Swaying Pine$795
August, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- ker Participation 2% Train for high paying co spemmo n area main- 3bd/2.ba;g Pine,
DON W. HOWARD CUIT COURTS For Detailed Informa- Aviation Maintenance tainace and daily 3bd/124 Cabana Way,
CLERK OF THE CIR- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tion Career. FAA approved cleaning 682-0791 124 Cabana Way,
CUlT COURTS johndixon.com program. Financial aid 3bd/2ba; $800
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 08/19/2009 (800) 479-1763 FLAL # if qualified - Housing * 6247 Winstead Rd,
08/26/2009 AU2049 FL R/E available. Call Aviation Crestview .Retail space 3bd/2ba; $800
08/19/2009 09/02/2009 1005528 John Dixon & Institute of Mainte- on John King Rd in * 194 Villacrest Dr,
08/26/2009 09/09/2009 Assoc. Auctions- Mar- nance (888)349-5387. Southgate Plaza. Un- 3 br, 2 ba; $995
09/02/2009 keting furnished unit $625. * 1420 Quail Ridge,
09/09/2009 Auction- Tile company AM Furnished (plush) of- 3bd, 2ba, $1100
overstock, surplus liqu- Playmaster 8' fice, $825. Ready to 0 2893 Chanterelle,
1110 nation. Marble, 'granite, slate Pool Table mok oin!pk850 651t9900 4br,3ba$145Cle
Ades mosaic sheets, pavers, Black finish w/red felt, Byron, or Sonya 4 br, 3 ha; $1495
Advertise in Over 100 glazed porcelain and exc condition. Acces- a $4
PapersI One Call - One more. Online bidding, series include sticks, Laurel Hill 2BR, split
Order - One Paymentl pick up in Tallahassee. balls, wall rack, & more bath, stove, fridge, air
Advertising Networks of Aug 17- Sept 2, $600. Call 226-6754" & heat. $500. mo+util

w w w. n a t i o n a I - Left handed ready to $99 Move In NEWLY
classifieds.com, hunt. $100. 902-0035 Special! REDUCED
ciln f o @ nat a Crestvew- Quiet well RATES
classifieds.cor 3150 maintained 2 br, 1 ba,
T / O N A L Metal Roofing. 40 yr ttal electric 585-6985 Crestview - 3/1 Duplex
Warranty-Buy direct W f Cresovnew-1 br apt, only $560 mo/$560 dd
3 ntock, Ave. Coin- Crestview - 2/1 Duplex
White Male 5'9" 175 a soreee nunrnuhedt utnlp- only $funiso/e,0idde
ion Technicians! 70's Retired. Searching around. Delivery vai tes nc No pts.
for a white lady 5 ble. Gulf Coast SupplyF E EMPLOYMENT BWB - 3/2 Cottage for
der of specialized mission-critical slender, weight, & Mfg, (888)393-0335 l. . ' only $825 mo/$825 dd
vernment agencies worldwide, and 70'S. Write RLB PO Box w. IfCoastSuppy. s rantsClubs $25.00 app fee, MUST
876, 4120- Sales provide references and
enforcement training and support, 32536 or call . 4130- Employment phone numbers for
ns, aviation services; contingency 850-689-8038 20Intormatlon Crestvlew- 2 BR, 1 BA these rates. References
logistics support. .pets Call 850-398-5757
$300s to btuppor. 2 Antique dressers or 850-420-1517 Call 682-7731 for info

lowing experienced professionals Lost: 8/11/09 Miniature 337-513-7798 Driver Trainees Crestview Bent Creek Rent to Own
lowing experienced professionalS bby $785 Leather Sofa & Needed Now at Wer- Apts II Vouchers Ac No Banks
ation- Patuxent River, Maryland: from t on re Loveseat set, new in E es tanpted talasss Needed!
s and Electriciansno questions asked, deliver. 850-471-0330 after training. Great 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- 4/2 1,800 sq. feet
San EetiaThis is not a pet, she is Benefits! No Expert- cessible apts. 209 Bent fenced yard.
and Electricians a family member. She's All new Pillowtop Mat- ence needed! Local Creek Rd. Crestview, $1,500/$825 monthly
level Experience required) the best friend of my ill tress Queen/box spring 15-day CDL Training FL. Call 850 682-5563, 243-2172
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7110- Beach Home/
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7120 - Commercial
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Stk# 13128 COUPE


OPEN HOUSE PRICE,


I27,421N
INCLUDES ALL REBATES


PW, PL, CR, TL, XM CD,
KEYLESS ENTRY,
ON-STAR AND MORE


OPEN HOUSE PRICE


S19,969
INCLUDES ALL REBATES


PW, PL, CR, TL, XM CD,
ON-STAR AND MORE


OPEN HOUSE PRICE


S13,982
INCLUDES ALL REBATES


AC, XM CD, ON-STAR,
REAR SPOILER


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CRESTVIEW 682-2731* 4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

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Prices include all rebates. Tax, tag and 149 dealer processing fee extra. Photo's for illustration purposes only. Sale Ends 8/31/09.


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407-847-0408



15' Ganoe+ New 2009
4hrp 4 stroke Mercury.
and trailer. 902-0035


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WANTED:
Yamaha 2001 GP800r
Waverunner for parts
(instrument cluster,
etc.) Wrecked or blown
1997 or newer Yamaha
Waverunners, running
or non-running for
parts. Will haul. Please
call 864-5745, leave
message if no answer.


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Business Directory


Wednesday, August 19, 2009


CRESTV


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Family Owned and Operated
Trammel, CharMel & Timm',


CALL ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT

Ph: 850.082.5233 or 850.892.3852 "
Now Accepting
Fax: 850.682.9679


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C/tolloway Agency
Auto * Home * Life * Business
"Your complete insurance source mith unsurpassed service."
168 W. Woodruff (Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900.
www.thehollowayagency.com





A PRESENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!
SWIMMING POOL
F R SURVEY, BROCHURE & ADVICE.
FnEE 100'S OF REFERENCES.
(NO OBLIGATION) ASK ABOUT THE UNEQUALED
LIFETIME WARRANTY OF OUR WORKMANSHIP
FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS-
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW INTEREST RATES.
WE ARE A LOCAL FAMILY BUSINESS WITH THE
BIG REPUTATION. OWNER OPERATED &
FINANCIALLY STABLE
WE ALSO DO TOP QUALITY LINER REPLACEMENTS
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SUSHI BAR * HIBACHI EXPRESS


CRESTVIEW CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. -THUR. -11 AM - 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
FRI.-.SAT.- 11 AM- 1O.PM 5 O 391
SUNDAY - 12 - 8 PM 850.6k.1391







CHECK OUT

OUR SPECIALS


CLOSE OUT SALE!
Making room for new inventory.
Layaway Available.


SRepairs Engraving * LaserWelding
. FINE JEWELRY 850-683-8004
525 E. Cedar Ave. * Cresview, FL ,tr M-F 9 a.m 6, p.m. SAT. 9 A.M. - 5 PM.


New Installations
Pump Outs - Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirt * Land Clearing


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Counties for more than 30 years!
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Come see our fantastic selection of kid's
clothing, furniture & toys.

Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
201 N. Main Street, Crcstview
(850) 683-4100
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