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Up on the Hill

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Students groomed for medical careers


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School
senior Catherine Stewart
has taken advanced cours-
es in chemistry, biology,
and anatomy and physiolo-
gy since seventh grade and
will have a leg up on many
of her peers when she be-
gins college as a pre-med
student.
"My dad is a surgeon,
and I decided a long time
ago that I would enter med-
ical school, as well," Stew-
art said.
She is not alone. Tuesday
night, 37 students at Crest-
view High School were in-
ducted into SSTRIDE, an


MICHAEL STEWART I Crestview News Bulletin
MAKING STRIDES: These Crestview High School students were inducted Tuesday night
into the SSTRIDE program, aimed at students entering the medical profession.


educational pipeline Stew- There are about 90 stu-
art belongs to that pre- dents enrolled in SSTRIDE
pares high school students 'in Okaloosa County, which
to enter a medical or hard is one of only four counties
science profession. in the state where the pro-


gram is offered. The other
three are in the counties of
Leon, Madison and Gads-
den. Crestview is the only
city in Okaloosa County


where the program is of-
fered.
SSTRIDE is sponsored
by the Florida State Uni-
versity College of Medi-
cine, which first began the
outreach program in 1993
as a means to increase the
number of rural and minor-
ity physicians. -
Most students begin ad-
vanced courses in middle
school, and Shoal River
Middle Schobl and David-
son Middle School offer
SSTRIDE (Science Stu-
dents Together Reaching
Instructional Diversity and
Excellence) programs in
eighth grade.
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
RELIGION............................... 3
WHAT'S HAPPENING............... 5
HOOK & TRIGGER................... 8
CLASSIFIEDS.................. 10.......
SPORTS ................. . ........ 12...... 2

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A good book can
lead you into a world of
excitement, adventure
and imagination. Think
Robert Louis Steven-
son's pirates, Stephenie
Meyer's vampires, Ian
Fleming's James Bond,
Roald Dahl's chocolate
factory and the inhabit-
ants of C.S. Lewis' Nar-
nia. Think Nancy Drew,
the Hardy Boys, Alfred
See BOOKS 2


HEAVY READING: The first three cartons of the book
"Cryptid Hunters" for Shoal River students are
proudly carried by Jessica Johnson, eighth grade;
Zane Hall, seventh grade; and Erika Balazs, sixth
grade, after they were delivered by helicopter to
the school. SHOWMANSHIP: Below, pilot Roger Buis
performs aerial acrobatics for Shoal River Middle
School students Tuesday morning before landing to
deliver new books forthe school's literacy program.


'Reflections'


on a life


well lived

Hospice journal

program keeps stories

alive for heirs

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When an older person passes away, one
of the biggest losses occurs when his or her
life story dies, as well. Frequently, the per-
son has been modest and has not recorded
details of a rich and colorful life that even
his or her own spouse or children have nev-
er heard.
Covenant Hos-
pice Volunteer
Manager Jodie "
Williams . says
this tragic loss of
family and corn- 1
munity history
is preventable,
especially now
that the hospice
program has introduced its "Reflec-
tions" journal. The 36-page book features
beautiful cover art, a watercolor by former
Covenant Hospice patient Virginia Butler.
More importantly, the journal serves as a
prompt for a patient's memory.
"We provide these to patient family vol-
See REFLECTIONS 2


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
STORY KEEPERS: Covenant Hospice
volunteer Diane Kingsley, left, helped
patient David King record stories of his
World War II Coast Guard adventures
in a journal: Volunteer Coordinator
Jodie Williams, right, recently
introduced the hospice's "Reflections"
journal program.


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REFLECTIONS from page 1


unteers, so if the patient would like
to, they can write inside," Williams
said. "It's kind of like a diary that the
patient can have the volunteer help
them write so they can leave it for
family members."
Even if a patient doesn't use the
"Reflections" journal itself, its differ-
ent sections can help someone orga-
nize a lifetime of history. The book is
organized by a person's life chronolo-
gy, beginning with "The Early Years"
and progressing through "The Teen
Years" and "The Adult Years" to
"Reflections." Each section includes
a "notes" page to record additional
memories.
Within each section are individual
pages on which the author can write
down memories; such as "holidays,
family vacations and traditions;"
"childhood memories that bring
joy;" "high school ... sports, clubs
and activities;" "friends and fun;"
"my first date ... my first kiss ... my
first love;" "work, military, college;"
"hobbies and special interests;" and
"I remember when."
"They can skip the pages they
don't want to write anything about,"
Williams said. "It has a blank section
in the back so they can write stories


if they want to."
Volunteer Diane Kingsley was a
step ahead before the "Reflections"
journals were added to Covenant
Hospice's programs. One of her
three patients was David King, a
World War II Coast Guard veteran.
"When I started listening to Mr.
King's story, it was just captivating
tq me," Kingsley said. "I was so ex-
cited! I wanted to learn more about
his life."
"I have a special place in my
heart for veterans," -explained
Kingsley, whose husband" retired
from Air Force four years ago. "I
have a real soft spot for what they
go through."
She found King's story compel-
ling, as well as inspiring.
"I realized the first day we ever
started talking about the war that I
had to write his stories down," King-
sley recalled. "His daughter, Belinda
Whitaker, was there, and she would
say, 'Daddy, you never mentioned
that before.'"
Kingsley started writing down
the stories King would share with
her. He called it "his interviews,"
she said.
"Upon his death, I compiled the


story from my notes, and I presented
it to Belinda at his funeral," Kingsley
said. "She was very happy with it."
Relating his experiences be-
came an emotional experience for
both Mr. King and his hospice vol-
unteer.
"I saw his tears shed when he
talked about the Kamikaze pilots, in
particular when he saw them aiming
for his ship," Kingsley said. "It was
very emotional for him. I would ask
him if he would want to stop or go
on, and he would say, 'I really want
people to know what went on.'"
It was then Kingsley realized the
importance of preserving memories
that, for many, are never recorded
while there is still time.
"I'm going to make it a point to do
that for every patient because I be-
lieve everyone has a story," Kingsley
said.

For more information about Cov-
enant Hospice's services, volunteer
opportunities and the Reflections
journal, visit their office at 370 W.
Redstone Ave. or call 682-3628.

For an excerpt from David King's
journal, see page 4.


CAREERS from page 1


This is the first year the
program has been offered to
high school students. Typi-
cally, they must begin the
courses in middle school.
"There has been a lot of -
interest," Okaloosa SSTRIDE o,,
Coordinator Penny Eubanks t"
said. "High school students HAl
have never had this opportu- K
nity." K
Tuesday night, each in-
ductee at the ceremony in the
packed Crestview High School me-
dia center donned stethoscopes and
white medical lab coats emblazoned
with the SSTRIDE logo.
It's not a game..
The coursework is grueling and
includes presentations and courses
on topics, such as "genetics," "brain
trauma and body systems," "me-
dicinal chemistry and biochemistry"
and "advanced placement environ-
mental science."
In addition, students tour area


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hospitals and take field trips
to FSU's' College of Medi-
i cine and Shands Hospital
in Gainsville. The students
. | are required to dissect pigs'
. brains, obtain certification in
CPR, and conduct blood pres-
sure and blood sugar levels at
IAH events in their community.
Tutoring on all the ad-
NG vanced subjects is offered,
and parents are required to
attend at least three support-group
meetings each year.
"It pushed me to take higher
classes than I night have taken on
my own," Crestview High Scho.ol
student and SSTRIDE member
Hannah King, 17, said.
The hard work paid off. King is a
National Merit Scholarship finalist.
Out of 1.5 million annual candidates,
only 16,000 students nationwide are
named as finalists for the highly
coveted scholarship reserved for
the nation's brightest scholars.


The need for future doctors,
such as King, is imperative given
the number of aging baby boomers
expected to reach ages unknown to
prior generations, Okaloosa School
Superintendent Alexis. Tibbetts said
at the Tuesday night induction.
In 27 of Florida's 67 counties, there
are fewer than 100 doctors for every
100,000 people, and the shortage is
even greater in rural areas, accord-
ing to FSU's Colege of Medicine.
"Rural areas have issues not
common in urban areas," Tibbetts
told the students.
The program is funded and ad-
ministered in partnership with the
Big Bend and West Florida Area
Health Education Centers (AHECs).
Given Florida's budget woes, future
state funding for the program could
be in jeopardy.
"We have to go fight for our fund-
ing every year," said Paige Collier,
executive director of West Florida
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BOOKS from page 1


Hitchcock and the Three
Investigators and any of the
thousands of other books
that thrilled young readers
for generations.
All that was ever needed
was one big incentive to
get a kid to open that first
book and be drawn into the
magical, wondrous would
of literature.
For students at Shoal
River Middle School, that
big incentive fell from the
sky Tuesday morning. Well,
perhaps "swooped" is a
better description.
With professional air
show pilot Roger Buis (pro-
nounced "by-us") at the til-
ler, a two-man helicopter
performed a bit of aero-
acrobatics to approving
cheers from the assembled
students below before set-
tling on the school's football
field. His wife, Shoal River
language arts and journal-
ism teacher Pauline Buis,
was on the PA. providing
color commentary as the'
aircraft approached.
On the ground, Greg My-
ers, a Shoal River eighth-
grade science and biology
teacher, was waiting with
three students to accept
the first cartons of books.
One after the other, eighth-
grader Jessica Johnson,
seventh-grader Zane Hall
and six-grader Erika Bala-
zs stepped up and received
a box full of the book "Cryp-
tid Hunters" to share with
their classmates.
The Roland Smith novel
is about 13-year-old twins
Marty and Grace, whose
parents vanish mysteri-
ously while hunting for a
rumored dinosaur. Lots of
adventure and action en-
sue when their Uncle Tra-
vis takes them off to Africa
to find their parents and
the critter.
"This was just kind of.a
way to kick off our literacy
program with a big bang,"
said Principal Bob Jones,
who led the aerial assault
on illiteracy in his private
plane as Buis' helicopter
followed in formation. "Ev-
ery student is getting liter-
acy instruction every day."
The unorthodox book
delivery has generated
student interest -in flight,
Jones said, a happy but un-
intentional consequence.
"I'm getting a lot of
questions from students
about flying," Jones said.
"We may have just spurred


some student to go into
a career in aviation. For
many of them, that may
have been the closest con-
tact they have had with an
aircraft."
The school's literacy
program is called HORSE,
a reference to Shoal River's
Mustang mascot. It's an
acronym for Helping Our
Reading Students Excel.
Each school day for a
25-minute period, students
work on literacy skills.
Monday's lesson is a guid-
ance activity, including
study habits. On Tuesdays,
kids read and work on un-
derstanding what they're
reading. On Wednesdays
and Thursdays, teachers
read aloud to their stu-
dents. Friday is a free day
during which kids bring
their own books from home
or take advantage of teach-
ers' classroom libraries.
There's no grade and no
assignments in the HORSE
program.
"It's strictly reading
for enjoyment to appreci-
ate literature," Jones said.
"Nobody's allowed to do
homework at. that time."
The entire emphasis is on
reading and reading for the
sheer pleasure of it. On Fri-
days especially, Jones and
his teachers bring their
own books to read in the
classroom; as well.
"What we're doing is
modeling for our students,"
Jones said. "We're reading
something fun. It's my fa-
vorite part of the week!"
This marks the fifth
year Jones and his staff
have been doing a success-
ful literacy program, a con-
cept that they brought with
them to Shoal River from
the now-closed Richbourg
Middle School.
"Each year we tweak
it and make it a little bet-
ter, so it's something that
works for the students,"
Jones said. "And our teach-
ers like it, as well."
By engaging the school's
literacy coach, Gayle Fair-
cloth, to supervise the pro-
gram, teachers do not have
to plan literacy instruc-
tion as part of their lesson
plans.
"We try to make sure it's
not an additional burden on
the teachers, so they'll en-
joy it, too,".Jones explained.
"Our goal is having the kids
look forward to the HORSE
period every day."


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Religion


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Church

BRIEFS

Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 10 a.m. on
Wednesday.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

OAK RIDGE HOMECOMING: Pas-
tor Albert Corey and the congregation at
Oak Ridge Assembly of God in Crestview
invite everyone to Homecoming 2009
Sept. 13 at 10:30 a.m. Guest speaker is
Rev. Carroll Senn, of Shady Grove As-
sembly of God in Baker. Bro. and Sis.
Senn will also minister in song. Guest
singing group is The Bluegrass Pilgrims
The service begins at 10:30 a.m., followed
by dinner on the grounds. There will be
no Sunday School that Sunday morning.
The church is located at 5297 Shoffner
Blvd. in Crestview. Call 682-8811 or 398-
7277 for directions.
WORSHIP IN THE PARK: On Sept.
5, Calvary United at 1010 Bay Street,
Crestview, will host Worship in the Park -
at Old Spanish Trail Park under the pa-
vilion at 7:30 p.m. Unite Worship Band,
a youth group, will be performing. Ad-
mission is free, but everyone is asked to
bring a canned good to help the hungry in
our area. Bottled water will be supplied,
and there will be area gift certificates
and free Christian CDs randomly given
out during intermission. The youths of
Crestview are invited to attend. Limited
seating, bring a chair. Details: 423-1198
or visit www.calvaryunited.net.
FALL FLAIR: Destin United Meth-
odist Women will be sponsoring the Fall
Flair Arts & Crafts Show on Sept 11 and
12 at Destin Life Center, 200 Beach Drive
in Destin. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. It
will have vendors from all over the south-
east, plus a church-wide bake. sale and
lunch in the Soul Cafe. Proceeds go to
church missions and charities. Details:
(850) 650-5658 or fallflair@aol.com.
BAZAAR BOOTHS AVAILABLE:
Victorious Life Worship Center in Crest-
view is hosting an arts and crafts bazaar
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 2. Booths are
available for $25 each. Details: Beth Bry-
an, 689-7572.
OTT CONCERTS: David Ott will re-
sume organ concerts Wednesday, Sept. 9
at noon in the sanctuary of First United
Methodist Church, 103 First St. SE, Fort
Walton Beach. Ott will also premiere his
new opera, Widow's Lantern, with the
original cast, at the Choctaw Bay Music
Club on Sunday, Sept. 13 at 3:30 p.m. The
club meets at Brooks Beal Center on the
corner of Beal Parkway and Yacht Club
Drive in Fort Walton Beach.

EVENTS

AWANAwillbe held through May 2010
from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Antioch Bap-
tist Church, 4796 Antioch Road, Crest-
view. Children ages 3 and up through
high school teens are invited to attend.
For details, call 682-4297 from 9 a.m. to
12 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
.CHRISTIAN COALITION: The
Christian Coalition of Okaloosa County
meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
are held on the first Saturday of the
month. Funds generated are used for
Epiphany Episcopal Church's outreach
activities.
Participants may. sell whatever they
like at a cost of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available inside.
Call Mary at (850) 665-3437 for details.
The church is located at 424 Garden St.
in Crestview.
BAKER FIRST UMC.SCHEDULE:
Contemporary worship is at 9 a.m. at
the church, located at located at 5826 N.
Hwy. 189, just north of the traffic light in
Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio show airs ev-
ery day at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM.
Presented by Northwest Florida Church
of God, pastored by Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is
designed for those seeking one or more
of the Sacraments of Initiation; Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eucharist. This for-
mation process is the church's approved
method for individuals to become mem-
bers of the Catholic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin Chapel Center An-
nex from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each Wednes-
day evening. Details: Susan Huberty at
882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COURSE: Airport
Road Church of Christ is offering a free
Bible correspondence course. Call 682-
4025 for more information. The radio
program airs Monday through Saturday
at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATIONS STUDY:
Each Sunday evening at 5 p.m., the Good
Hope Congregational Church presents
the study of the Book of Revelations.


Rev. Tommy Coleman will be presenting
the study and there will be finger foods to
follow every Sunday evening. Anyone in-
terested may join. Call 537-4307 for more
information.
SQUARE DANCING: The New
Bethel Methodist Church hosts square
dancing in the Fellowship Hall on Thurs-
day nights at 7 p.m. Come out for fun and
go d exercise! .


From the PULPIT


In his writing titled "Questions Jesus
Asked," Clovis Chappell told this story:
Years ago, in the pioneer days of avia-
tion, a pilot was making a flight around
the world. After he had
been gone for some
two hours from his last
landing field, he heard a
noise in his plane, which
. he recognized as the
gnawing ofia rat.
He realized that while
FROM THE his plane had been on
PULPIT the ground a rat had got-
Rev. Mark ten in.
Broadhead For all he knew the
rat could be gnawing
through a vital cable or control of the
plane.
It was a very serious situation. He
was both concerned and anxious. At
first he did not know what to do. It was
two hours back to the landing field from
which he had taken off and more than
two hours to the next field ahead.
Then he remembered that the rat is a
rodent. It Is not made for the heights; it
is made to live on the ground and under
the ground. Therefore the pilot began to
clmnb. He went up a thousand feet, then
another thousand, and another, until he
was more than twenty thousand feet up.
The gnawing ceased. The rat was
dead. It could not survive in ,the atmo-
sphere of those heights. More than two
hours later the pilot brought the plane
safely to the next landing field and found
the dead rat.
Worry is a horrible emotion. It is like
a rat that gnaws away at us, seeming to
want to tear us down and do us harm.


In a very real way, worry is a great
waste of time, energy, and motion. For
one thing, most of the things about
which people worry never materialize.
Or if they do, they are of lesser impact
than anticipated.
For another thing, worry - to a
greater or lesser degree - worry
shows a lack of trust in God. I'm sorry
if that statement offends anyone, but I
believe it is true. When we are able to
trust God in the midst of any and every
trying situation, there is no need to
worry about it. The outcome is in God's
hands.
But by worrying about it, we are
declaring we don't trust God to do what
is right and good. We are stating we
are not prepared for the reality that
God's greater good might not be what
we hope or anticipate. We are afraid we
might be disappointed. So, we delude
ourselves into thinking we know what is
best, and therefore do not rely on God
knowing what is ultimately best.
Philippians 4:4-7 says this, "Rejoice
in the Lord always; again I will say,
Rejoice. Let your gentleness be known
to everyone. The Lord is near. Do not
worry about anything, but in everything
by prayer and supplication with thanks-
giving let your requests be made known
to God. And the peace of God, which
surpasses all understanding, will guard
your hearts and your minds in Christ
Jesus."
Paul says, "Do not worry about any-
thing." Why? "The Lord is near." If you
believe the Lord is near, there is no need
to worry. Everything in life will ultimate-
ly turn out to God's greater glory. When


we trust God, His peace, which we can-
not comprehend, will guard our hearts.
His peace will guard our minds.
"In everything by prayer and sup-
plication with thanksgiving'let your
requests be made known to God." Give
your issue to God in prayer. Ask him to
take if from you and to work in the midst
of it. Then thank God in advance for the
outcome that lies ahead. When you do
this "the peace of God, which surpasses
all understanding, will guard your
hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."
Get it? God will let his peace descend
on you.
Why would God do this? Because we
are His children. And like a loving Par-
ent, God wants what is best for us. So
don't be anxious about tomorrow.
It will have enough cares of its own.
Live today to its fullest so you can wor-
ship God, glorify God, and celebrate God
who clears your heart and soul.
Remember that worry is a rodent.
It cannot live in the secret place of the
Most High. It cannot breathe in the
atmosphere made alive by prayer and
familiarity with the Scripture.Worry dies
when we ascend to the Lord through
prayer and His Word.

Rev. Mark Broadhead is pastor at
Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church, 8115
Fourth Street, Laurel Hill 850-652-2164
and the First Presbyterian Church of
Crestview, at the intersection of U.S.
90 and State Road 85 in the heart of
Crestview. Sunday morning worship
is at 9 a.m. in Laurel Hill and 11 a.m. in
Crestview. 850-682-2835 Web site: www.
ftrstpresbyterian-crestview.org.


Church SERVICES


Sunday services are published
on the first Saturday of the month.
Call 682-6524 to update or add
your church's information.

APOSTOLIC
Apostolic Life Tabernacle and
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially
invite you to worship with them.
Sunday Worship, 10 a.m., 6
p.m. Located U.S. Highway 90
West one mile from city limit sign.
Turn left onto Shoffner Boulevard.
then left on Pinewood to 3136
Pinewood Dr., Crestview. For more
information call the church at 689-
2422.

APOSTOLIC/PENTECOSTAL
Hester Cornerstone Ministries
is located at 1599 Hester Church
Road in Baker. Sunday services
- 2 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m.
worship. Bible Study Tuesday, 6:30
p.m.; prayer meeting Thursday
at 7 p.m. Call 682-5367 for
information.

ASSEMBLIES
- Campton Assembly of God
Church is located at 6924 State
Road 85 North in Laurel Hill.
The Sunday service is at 10:30
a.m. For more information call the
church at 652-458.1 or Pastor Kelly
at 423-0375.
First Assembly of God: 400 S.
Ferdon Blvd.,,Crestview, Office
hours Monday through Friday, 9-4.
Pastor Mark English.
Sunday: 8:30 a.m. early.
morning worship, 10 a.m. Sunday
School; 11 a.m. morning worship;
and a 6 p.m. evening service. X-
cel Youth Ministry 3 p.m., X-ceed
Children's Ministry 4 p.m.
Women's Bible Study Monday,
at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's
Bible Study Monday at 6 p.m. Teen
girls Bible Study 6:15 p.m. every
second & fourth Tuesday of the
month.
Monday, Women's Bible Study
10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible
Study 6 p.m.
Tuesday - Choir Practice 6:30
p.m.
Special needs bus available for
11 a.m. service. Call the church at
682-35-18 for pickup.
Golan Assembly of God: 6612
County Road 189 N., Baker.
Phone 537-3043. Pastored by Rev.
James E. Paul. Sunday services:
Sunday School 9:45 a.m., morning
worship at 11 a.m., and evening
worship at 6 p.m.
Milligan Assembly of God:
5408 State Road 4, Baker. Phone
537-4945. Senior Pastor Wayne
Johnson, Interim Youth Pastor Eric
Gillis.
Sunday services: Sunday
School 9:30 a.m., worship 10:30
a.m., Kingdom Kids 10:30 a.m.
evening service 6 p.m.
North Central Assembly of
God: at 158 N. Woodlawn Drive
in Crestview. Phone: 689-0209 or
537-7115. Minister A. Paul Hinton.
Sunday services - Sunday School
at 10 a.m., morning worship at 11
a.m., evening worship at 6 p.m.
Shady Grove Assembly of God:
Sunday services begin at 9:45
a.m. with Sunday School, followed
by 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. worship
services. Shady Grove is located at
1189 Shady Grove Church Road
in Baker, just off Hwy. 189.
Welcome Assembly of God
located on County Road 393 i
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the Dorcas community, invites you
to join them for Sunday services
including Sunday School at 9:45
a.m. and worship services at
10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Call 682-
1683 for directions.
Westside Assembly of God:
179 Kit Drive, Crestview. Sunday
services: Sunday School 9:45
a.m., worship 10:30 a.m., evening
service at 5 p.m.

BAPTIST
Beaver Creek BC services:
Beaver Creek Baptist Church,
located six miles West of Baker,
has Sunday School at 10 a.m.,
morning worship at 11 a.m., and
Children's Church at 11:15 a.m.
Calvary Baptist Church: 612
E. Chestnut Ave., Crestview.
Pastor: Rev. Rhett Everage. Sunday
services - 8:45 a.m. continental
breakfast; 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:45 a.m. morning
worship; 11 a.m. youth worship;
6 p.m. evening service. Nursery
provided for children 5 and under.
Central Baptist Church: Located
at 951 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
Sunday services include 9:15 a.m.
Bible study; 10:30 a.m. worship
and praise service; 5:30 p.m.
worship and praise, Awana for
Kids. For additional information
call 682-5525 or visit the church
Web site www.centralcrestview.
com.
Emmanuel Baptist Church,
3252 East James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Phone: 682-9416. E-
mail address: ebc@ebccrestview.
com. Teaching Pastor Mark Seagle.
Celebration services: 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday at 8:20, 9:50
and 11:20 a.m.
Jungle Jubilee for nursery,
Preschool/The Zone (Children's
Church) K-5th Graders during all
celebrations.
Evening celebrations throughout
the community - Life groups for
adults. On Campus - ,unday Night
Safari for preschoolers, G-Force for
K-5th Graders. Fuel 247- Worship
Service/Small Groups (Youth). All
Sunday evening opportunities are
from 5-7 p.m.
Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
Carver Ave., Crestview. Pastor
Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday
School 9:30 a.m., worship 11 a.m.
Every first Sunday at 3 p.m. is the
Hour of Power. Phone: 682-2218.
First Baptist Church of
Crestview: 798 N. Pearl St. (across
U.S. Highway 90 from courthouse,
behind Burger King. Pastor Alan
Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
Sunday services - 8:45
Welcome Center opens/ 9 a.m.
Sunday School/10:30 a.m.
morning worship, children's
worship/ 4 p.m. Student
Leadership; Youth Choir / 5
p.m. Youth discipleship; Youth
Ensemble; Ladies, Men, Children
and Preschool Bible Studies; Book
Club/ 6 p.m. evening worship.
First Baptist Church of Baker:
Located at 1347 14th St., Baker
(across from the Baker School
football field). Rev. Cliff Morgan
Bible Study at 9 a.m. and
Worship at 10:30 a.m. For more
information you may call the
church office at 537-2993.
First Baptist Church of Holt: 532
U.S. Hwy. 90 W., P.O. Box 38,
Holt, Fla. Phone 537-6170. Pastor
Fred H. Sanford.
Sunday services: 9 a.m.


Sunday School, 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m. worship services.
First Baptist Church of Milligan:
.5238 Old River Rd., Milligan.
682-6277 or 682-8559. Pastor
Ted Jernigan. Sunday School,
9:45 a.m., worship, 11 a.m.;
discipleship training 5 p.m.;
evening worship, 6 p.m. �
Goodhope Baptist Church,
1895 Owen Cotton Road off
U.S. Highway 189, Baker, in the
Escambia Farms community. Pastor
Jim Skates. Phone: 537-8720 or
537-8740.
Services: Men's prayer 9:30
a.m., Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,
worship 11 a.m.. Evening Services:
Discipleship training 5 p.m.
worship 6 p.m.
Live Oak Baptist Church,
located off State Road 85 south
near Shoal River Country Club.
Associate Pastor Rev. Dennis
Walker.
Regular Sunday services are
Bible study at 9:45 a.m., morning
worship service at 11 a.m. An
additional Bible study class is at 5
p.m., followed by evening worship
at 6 p.m.
Living Faith Baptist Church: 837
West James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Pastor Chaplain David Pettis.
Sunday services - Sunday School
10 a.m. and worship at 11 a.m.
Discipleship Training 6 p.m., and
evening worship 7 p.m. Children's
Church Sunday morning. Phone
- 682-4371.
Magnolia Baptist Church:
Located at 3198 Hwy. 602, Laurel
Hill. Pastor Danny Starling.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.,
Sunday Morning Worship, 11
a.m. with children's church for
3-5 and nursery for under 3.
Evening Worship 6 p.m. For further
information, call 652-2300.
New Beginnings Church: The
church is at 412 West James Lee
' Blvd. in Crestview. The Sunday
service begins at 10:30 a.m.
AWANA for children ages 2-12
is on Sunday nights from to 7
p.m. at 421 W. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview.
New Life Missionary Baptist
Church: Pastor Sanford Hayes.
285 Duggan Ave., Crestview.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning
worship 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church: 201 Cadle Dr., Crestview.
Elder Michael Green, Jr., Pastor.
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Call 689-3383
for more information.
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church:
Pastor, Dr. Jerry Haley. 5595 State
Road 4 South, Baker. Phone (850)
537-9221. FAX (850) 537-6798.
Church Web site www.cyou.com/
-prbcbaker.
Sunday services: Morning
worship 8:30 and 11 a.m. Bible
study 9:45 a.m. Youth H20
worship 5:30 p.m. Discipleship
training 5:30 p.m. Evening worship
6:30 p.m.
Pyron Chapel Baptist Church:
6498 Wm. Gary Johnson Road,
Baker. Pastor Victor Bettenhausen,
(850) 398-0355.
Sunday services: Sunday
School, 9:45 a.m.; worship, 11
a.m.; choir practices, 4:30 p.m.;
Bible study and prayer, 5:30 p.m.
Valley Road Baptist Church:
1018 Valley Road, Crestview.
Phone 682-4513. Rev. Philip Mark.
Times for Sunday Services: Bible
Study 9:45 a.m., morning worship,


11 a.m., discipleship training 5
p.m., and evening worship 6 p.m.
Woodlawn Baptist - located at
824 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
Pastor Patrick Pfrimmer.
Sunday Bible study meets at
9 a.m. with morning worship
at 10:30 a.m. A service for the
hearing impaired is also offered
on Sunday morning. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m. and
the Youth Choir meets at 5 p.m.
Call the church at 682-2924 for
information.

CATHOLIC
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Church, 550 Adams Drive,
Crestview. Phone 682-4622. Pastor
- Fr. John Cayer. Parochial Vicar-Fr.
Florencio Lagura.
Sunday Masses at 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. Monday through �
Friday, Mass at 8 a.m. Saturday
Vigil Mass at 5 p.m.
Spanish Mass (2nd and last
Saturday of the month) at 7 p.m.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
Live Oak Church of Christ:
Sunday morning worship 10 a.m.
followed by Bible study at 11 a.m:
The church is located at 1049 S.
Wilson St.. Call 682-2697 for
more information.
McDonald Street Church of
Christ: at 744 S. McDonald St. in
Crestview, with Minister Bro. Henry
Herbert and Youth Minister, Bro.
Daniel Jackson. 10 a.m. Bible class
on Sunday, followed by 11:15
a.m. worship. Evening worship
at 6 p.m. on Sundays. For more
information, call 682-6230.
Church of Christ Airport Road:
Sunday Bible study at 9 a.m.,
worship services at 10 a.m.,
Sunday worship at 6 p.m., Minister
Jason Green.
Crestview Church of God,
Pastor Larry Collins. Sunday school
10 - 11 a.m.; morning worship
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.; and 6-9 p.m.
evening service on Sundays. Call
682-3045 for more information.
Church of New Covenant,
Pastors Charles, Sr., and Maxine
Whisnand invite you to attend their
services, located at 3191 North
Newman Ave. in Crestview.
Sunday services include Adult
Bible Study and Children's Church
at 10 a.m., followed by Praise
Hour at 11 a.m. Call 682-8433
for more information.
Church of the Resurrection: 66
8th St., Shalimar, Fla. The Rev.
Canon Michael G. Carr. Sunday
services at 10 a.m., morning
prayer on first, third and fifth; and
holy communion on second and
fourth Sundays.

EPISCOPAL
Church of the Epiphany:
Located at 424 Garden St.,
Crestview behind the Teachers
Credit Union.
Children's Church 10 a.m.
Holy Eucharist 7:30 and 10 a.m.
Nursery is available. A potluck
brunch is held on the first Sunday
of the month following the service.
Vicar is the Rev. De Freeman.
Office hours are Monday - Friday,
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Call 689-1410
for more information. All are
welcome.

For a complete listing of
area church services visit www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Saturday, September 5, 2009


Up on the HILL


September has arrived on
the Hill, with a touch of blazing
glory preparing for fall, leaf
changing and
F L cool breezes
struggling
with summer
weather. The
*,Z- scuppernong
. vines are
ALa swaying under
UP ON THE HILL pods of ripe
Estelle Rogers fruit. Sampling
at the vines
provides fond memories for all
ages.
Happy Labor Day weekend
to everyone! Be safe as you
enjoy a good celebration time
for picnics and cookouts. After
celebrating family birthdays in'
the Atlanta area, enjoying too
much cake and ice cream, I will
settle for a hotdog.
The good news is my
daughter, Linda, brought me


home and will remain for a
few days. We enjoyed lunch
at The Wild Olive this week.
The loaded baked potato
soup was awesome with my
meatball sandwich. We shared
the tempting triple chocolate
cheesecake dessert. Shh...don't
tell!
Mark your calendars for
the third Thursday Alzheimer
Support group meeting of each
month, 2 p.m. at First Baptist
Fellowship building. It will only
take one visit for you to realize
what you have been missing.
For more information call
Support Group leader Carolyn
Williams at 850.598.1057.
The Hilltoppers will meet
Tuesday Sept. 15, at the
Laurel Hill Grill at 11:00 a.m.
Neighborhood ladies welcome
others to join them for a Dutch-
treat fellowship lunch in the
private HOBO room. We enjoy


hearty laughs and good food!
Living in a small city affords us
opportunity to relax and gather
with friends in friendship,
sometimes consoling, always
rejoicing over happy events in
the lives of our neighbors.
Camp Bluebird is America's
first adult cancer camp,
replicated at more than 30
sites across the U.S. It is a
three-day, two-night retreat for
cancer patients and survivors
ages 18 and older. This is a
place where adults get to
sit back, be pampered and
reminisce like kids without
any worries. Check it out at:
campbluebirdfl.com
Sacred Heart Health
System's.Miracle Camp
Bluebird is operated twice a
year, in early spring and in
early fall. Nestled in a peaceful,
wooded area of northwest
Pensacola, on a 40-acre site


along Beulah Road, the camp is
staffed by volunteers, including
nurses. All meals, snacks
and lodging are provided for
one small fee. I was excited
to receive an application to
again attend Camp Bluebird
in October, since thankfully, I
am an elite member of cancer
survivors.
Professional house cleaning
services are available in
Laurel Hill. Alpha & Omega
cleaning services are licensed
and insured. Carla and helpers
furnish all supplies and
equipment. What a joy to come
home to a clean house at a
reasonable price. Call for a free
estimate 850.305.6242.
Happy birthday to Sister
Shirley Simmons, Sept. 5, 2009
and Devona Willis, Sept. 7,
2009. Best wishes to two fine
ladies on the Hill!
Our sincere condolence


to the family of our neighbor,
Rufus Arthur Armstrong,
Jr., age 71, who died Aug.
23, 2009. He is survived by
his wife, Betty Armstrong,
of Laurel Hill; sons, Terry,
Ken, and Greg Armstrong;
sisters, Grace Knight,
Birmingham, Ala., and Pauline
Tidwell, Oneonta, Ala.; four
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. A memorial
service was held Aug. 29,
2009. Rufus Armstrong, our
neighbor and friend, will be
sincerely missed.
Life is short and cherished...
go out and give someone a
smile today!

God gave us two ears and
one mouth, so He must have
meant for us to do twice as
much listening as talking. He
who guards his lips guards his
soul. Proverbs 13:3


Youngblood completes course at


Florida School of Banking


Bobby Youngblood, three-year program pro-
vice president vides bank person-
of First National nel at the supervi-
Bank of Crest- sor and officer lev-
view, was among el with the oppor-
approximately 70 tunity to increase
bankers receiv- their knowledge
ing graduation about the banking
diplomas on Fri- industry and our
day, Aug. 7,. 2009 BOBBY economy.
from the Florida YOUNGBLOOD The banking
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himself right in the middle of it. He reiterated
several times that he was not making this up;
that he was telling it truthfully to the best of
his recollection as a God-fearing Christian
man. In actuality, I was amazed that for a
gentleman of 86 years that he had such a
clear memory of all the details he gave me....
"He said all of a sudden his ship, the
Landing Ship Tank #830, was in very.
dangerous territory where 'the enemy was
coming right at me' and they were shooting
right at him as evidenced by the bullet trails
coming at him repeatedly.
"He said, 'You know, it's a scary thing for
a 20-year-old guy going by orders looking
for enemy aircraft and then being attacked
by those enemy aircraft.'
"When Mr. King spotted the Japanese
Kamikaze pilots in their cockpits,he noticed
something life-changing for him and that was
looking at their eyes through their cockpits,
their goggles, and then through their
spectacles as they fired on him and then flew
away. He said looking into their eyes was the
worst, and he repeated that over and over.
"He said he was scared, but he knew he
had to fight back. He said when the captain
ordered general quarters, the horn would
blow a specific way. He said everyone knew
where their assigned positions were, and
they scrambled to...'man that gun!'
"Recently promoted to second gunner's
mate of his ship, he knew exactly what to do.
His gun was the first one in the bow of the
ship, so he was right up front. He said it was
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when he had his fingers on the trigger and he
was ready for anything. ...
"He said most of the Kamikaze pilots were
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 5


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

LITTLE DAWGS CHEER
CLINIC: This Saturday at the
CHS gym from 9-12 for kids 1st
through 5th grade. The CHS
cheerleaders sponsoring the
event will play games with par-
ticipants, and teach them cheers
and a dance.
Participants will also get to
attend the Sept. 11 game against
West Gadsden free and will be
able to cheer with the cheerlead-
ers during the third quarter. Pre-
register for the clinic for $25 or
sign up the morning of the clinic
for $30. Registration forms are
being accepted at the front of-
fice of CHS or may be handed in
to any CHS cheerleader by noon
Friday, Sept. 4.
CPD CHILD SAFETY SEAT
INSPECTION: The first in a se-
ries of child safety seat inspec-
tions sponsored by the Crestview
Police Department will be held
Sept. 5 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at
Wimn-Dixie, 1326 N. Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview.
The police department will
have certified technicians avail-
able to provide on-site safety seat
inspections and education this
Saturday and on the following
dates and times in Crestview:
* Sept 12, 2-5 p.m. at Staples,
2821 S. Ferdon Blvd.
* Sept. 19, 2-5 p.m., Walmart,
3351 S. Ferdon Blvd.
* Sept. 26, 2-5 p.m., Publix, 2250
S. Ferdon Blvd.
DORCAS FIRE MEETING:
The Dorcas Volunteer Fire
Department will hold a special
business meeting in regards to
the tax referendum on Thursday,
September 10 at 7 p.m. The meet-
ing will take place at the fire sta-
tion located at 5232 Deer Springs
Road off Highway 90 and is open
to the public.
MULLET FESTIVAL PAG-
EANT: will be held Saturday, Sept.
12 at Niceville High School. Dead-
line for entry is Sept. 4. Rehearsal
is Sept. 10 at the high school. For
information call 850-682-0031, 850-
682-2175, 850-682-6129, or visit
www.events-md.com.


ROWC MEETING: The
NW Retired Officers Wives Club
will meet on Sept. 17 at the Eg-
lin Officers Club with an 11 a.m.
social gathering, followed by
lunch at 11:30 a.m. The program
will be Jeffrey Rink from the
Northwest Florida Symphony
Orchestra. Please reserve your
spot by calling 609-8075 by Sept.
10.
KofC SPAGHETTI DINNER:
Knights of Columbus Council
7968 of Crestview will host their
seventh annual kick off spaghetti
dinner Sept. 12 in their hall at 701
E. James Lee Blvd.
The menu consists of spaghetti
and meatballs, salad and dessert,
at a cost of $10 for adults, $5 for
preteens and free to those under
age 5. It will be served from 4:30 to
8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased
from any Knights of Columbus
member or may be purchased at
the door.
SOUP KITCHEN HOURS:
Soup kitchens are open three
working days a week in Crestview.
Hours are as follows: Mondays
and Fridays, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church, 492 N.
Ferdon Blvd.; and Wednesdays, 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Assembly of
God Church, 400 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Come enjoy a free meal and
friendly company, or come meet
the staff and sign up to help. all
are welcome and appreciated.
OKALOOSA BUDGET
HEARING: The Board of Oka-
loosa County Commissioners is
hosting a budget hearing for fis-
cal year 2009-10 at 6 p.m. in the
Crestview Courthouse on Main
Street.
A final budget hearing will be
held at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 in the third
floor Commission Conference
Room at 1804 Lewis Tlrner Blvd.
in Fort Walton Beach.
CAR WASH FUND-RAIS-
ER: The Dorcas Volunteer Fire
Department will hold a car wash
on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Hooters,
located on Cracker Barrel Dr. in
Crestview. Cars will be washed
for donations from 10 a.m. until
'2 p.m. Proceeds from the event
will be used for the department's
community events'and emergen-
cy relief fund.


COLLEGE NIGHT: College
Night, a free annual event which
features representatives from
more than 80 colleges and univer-
sities from across the nation, will
be held Wednesday, Sept. 16 from
6 to 8 p.m. in the College Mall
(building K) of the Northwest
Florida State College Niceville
campus.
College Night provides high
school students, their parents,
and others with the opportunity to
gather information, ask questions
and plan for college. Represen-
tatives from NWFSC bachelor's
and associate degree programs,
student services and financial aid
representatives will be on hand to
provide information on NWFSC
programs of study. Details: 729-
5379.
A CHRISTMAS BAZAAR:
will be held Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. by the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Knights of Columbus in Crest-
view. To rent table spaces, call
689-1631 after 6 p.m.
DEER HUNT DRAWING:
The Baker Area Youth Associa-
tion is selling tickets for an Octo-
ber drawing. The winner will win
a five-day white tail deer hunt in
Christian County, Ky. at a private
2,000+ acre lodge Nov. 15-19 (a
$2,000 value). The trip includes
five nights of lodging, five days of
hunting and $150 in cash.
Tickets are $20 each or $100
for six. The drawing will be held
at the Oct. 24 BAYA football game.
You do not have to be present to
win.
BLOOD DRIVES: Northwest
Florida Blood Services drives ill
be held as follows:
Thursday Sept.10, Baker
School - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 11 - Crestview
High School - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 12 - Wal-Mart,
Crestview - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
LIBRARYDONATIONS: 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 lo-
cated on Commerce Drive behind
the post office off State Road 85.
All types of hardbound and paper-


back books are needed, but not
magazines or encyclopedias.
HOSPICE HOSTS FOOD
DRIVE: Emerald Coast Hos-
pice employees are placing food
collection bags at healthcare fa-
cilities and other businesses 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.
RED CROSS CLASSES: in
Okaloosa County are listed below.
Visit www.yourredcross.org to
register.
* Sept. 7, Blobdborne Patho-
gens
* Sept. 10, 14, 17 and 23, Adult
CPR
* Sept. 12 and 26, Standard
First Aid with CPR and AED
(adult infant & child)
* Sept. 16, Standard First Aid
with CPR (adult only) Sept. 25,
Adult CPR/AED
* Sept. 18, Pet First Aid
* Sept. 19, CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer - Sept. 19
* Sept. 26, Babysitter Training

MISCELLANEOUS

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
the 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 details.
The fair Web site is at www.nwf-
fair.com.
FLORIDA, TRAIL SCHED-
ULE: Visit http://choctaw.florida-
trail.org for details on the group's
upcoming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB: For de-
tails on club activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at 850-581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl00@cox.net..
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL VEN-
DORS: are wanted for the Sept.
25-27 Pensacola Seafood Festival
in Seville Square in downtown
Pensacola.
Local restaurant vendors who
serve Gulf Coast, seafood dishes
are given priority. The application


process is highly competitive and
submitting an application does
not ensure acceptance
Vendors are encouraged to
apply as soon as possible. Appli-
cations 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, Pen-
sacola. Details: 850-433-6512.

ONGOING

DOG DAZE: On Sept. 12, FWB
Dog Daze will be held from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. for dogs and the people
who love them. All well-behaved
dogs older than six months of age
are invited to participate. Regis-
tration is necessary upon arrival
at the park, and pet owners must
show proof of current rabies vac-
cination. Pets must be on a solid,
non-retractable leash at all times,
and owners are responsible for
cleaning up after their pets. A $3
registration donation per dog is
requested, and registered dogs
receive a special goody bag with
each donation.The. pet parade
will feature a panel of three judg-
es, with trophies awarded that
day. Pre-register for this event.
(Note: floats are not requited but
encouraged). Registration forms
are on line at www.fwbchamber.
org/dogdaze.
Vendor opportunities are still
available by calling the Chamber
at 244-8191. Registration for the
parade can be done on-line at the
Chamber's Web site.
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day, Sept. 26 as they host the
Emerald Coast Woodturning
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demonstrate their woodturn-
ing skills on wood lathes and
will also display finished work.
A question-and-answer session
will also take place. For details
on the free program, call 833-
The library is located at 185
Miracle Strip Parkway, Fort Wal-
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Whether you're start-
ing a new year in a local
school, a freshman in col-
lege, a college grad head-
ing out into the big world,
or a business owner or
professional, the ability
to communicate well in ,
written English is inte- '
gral to your success.
The prevalence of text-
ing, instant-messaging, and
e-mailing has eroded the
language skills of many
people.
Dr. Ed Anderson, a Tu-
lane University maritime
law professor, was both
disappointed and horrified
to notice students using
"text speak" and emoticons
in academic papers and ex-
ams.
"I actually got exams
with text symbols," Dr. An-
derson related. "Someone
wrote, 'Professor Anderson,
I am sorry I can't remember
the name of the case:-("
"I suppose that in future
court briefs they will write,
'Please find my client not
guilty of rape and murder
:-), your Honor,"' Anderson
added.
People who use the
English language as an im-
portant, basic tool of their
trade share Ed's pain. But
they're not the only ones
who cringe.
Teachers cringe. Pro-
spective employers cringe.
Potential clients cringe.
More than just cringing,
however, each has the power
to make life unrewarding for
someone who doesn't prop-
erly use our native tongue.
Ours is the language of
great writers such as Mark
Twain, Ian Fleming, Wilbur
Smith, Lillian Hellman and
Dorothy Parker. They and
thousands of other scribes
paint vivid imagery using
English's beautiful, colorful
phraseology. Cheapening
it through sheer laziness,
haste or ignorance is inex-
cusable and can cost the
writer anything from aca-
demic grades 'to the trust
of a potential customer, ex-
perts.warn.
Here are a few common,
red-flag-writing mistakes
that raise eyebrows and
cast doubts in the writer's
abilities and professional-
ism. By avoiding them, you
can shine while others sim-
ply look ignorant.
* Everyday. It's an ad-
jective. Don't confuse it with
every day. Ginger wears
her everyday shoes every
day.
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addition to making things
possessive, an. apostrophe
is used to indicate where
something that is under-
stood is omitted. Hence, The
Partridge Family's 1960s
bus was groovy. Nothing
was omitted, so no apostro-
phe is needed in "1960s."
But remove the "19" and
Marcia Brady was a child
of the '70s.
* Over/ More Than:
"Over" means "above,"
"more than" is a quantity.
Gilligan collected more
than a dozen coconuts from
the palm tree hanging over
the Howells' hut.
* Fewer / Less: There
is a difference.'Generally, if
you can count it, use fewer.
Corp. Newkirk ate fewer
pieces of strudel than
Sgt. Schultz. But, There
was less schnapps in Col.
Klink's decanter after Gen.
Burkhalter helped himself
* Exclamation points:
Use one and only one, and
then only sparingly. As a
rule, only use it when quot-
ing someone who exclaims
something, not to try to
make a dull sentence excit-
ing. "McHale, get your band
of cut-throats out of here!"
shouted Capt. Binghamton.
Multiple exclamation points
only highlight that you tried
to camouflage a helplessly
boring sentence.
S Its/It's: The former is
the possessive form of "it."
The latter is a contraction


words. There
is no such word as "alot."
Ricky loves Lucy a lot.
* Busted means you go
to jail. It never means you've
damaged something; that's
broken. When the Beaver
broke the window, he was
busted.
* Emoticons have no
use in academic or profes-
sional writing. :-(
* Web site. It's two words,
despite all-too-prevalent ig-
norant usage, especially in
advertisements. The World
Wide Web is a proper noun
set, and hence is capitalized.
Which brings us to...
* Capitalized nouns.
In German, 'all nouns are
capitalized. In English,
amazingly few are. When
in doubt, don't, unless it is a
proper noun. Which in turn
brings us to.:.
* Titles. Don't capitalize
a person's title or rank un-
less it is immediately in front
of the name. The missing
astronaut was Major Tony
Nelson. But: Tony Nelson is
a major in the Air Force.
Job descriptions are not
capitalized. Mr Drysdale'is
director of the bank.
* Plurals. An apostrophe
and an "s" after a noun nev-
er, ever, ever make it plural.
It makes it possessive and
then leaves readers won-
dering *what belongs' to it.
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Hook & Trizer


Saturday, September 5, 2009


Sports BRIEFS


Hunter safety course
The FWC is offering a
free hunter safety course
at 127 W. Hollywood Blvd.
in Fort Walton Beach from
6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 8, 9, 10 and
11. The range portion of the
class will be Sept. 12.
Children under 16 must
be accompanied by an
adult at all times. Students
are encouraged to bring a
pencil and paper with them
to take notes.
The hunter safety
course is required for any-
one born on or after June 1,
1975, to purchase a Florida
hunting license. Register
online and obtain informa-
tion about future hunter
safety classes at MyFWC.
com/HunterSafety or by
calling 850-265-3676.

Turkey season
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission is accepting 2010
special-opportunity spring
turkey hunt applications
at 10 a.m. (EDT) Sept. 8
through midnight (EDT)


Oct. 13.
Submit applications at
www.wildlifelicense.com,
county tax collectors' offic-
es or at any license agent.
A random drawing decides
who will receive the cov-
eted permits. You can also
apply online at MyFWC.
com/Hunting under Lim-
ited Entry Hunts.
Demand is typically
greater than the number
of available permits, but
hunters can increase their
chances of being selected
by submitting as many $5
nonrefundable applications
as they like. Successful ap-
plicants pay a permit fee of
$50 - $175, depending on the
special-opportunity hunt
area selected.
Participation rules limit
out-of-state hunters to one
permit per hunt.

Snook season is open
The recreational har-
vest season for snook
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aged to attend a public
meeting from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sept. 15 at the Antique Car
Museum in Tallahassee to
share their thoughts about
possible changes to the
state's deer hunting zones
and seasons. The museum
is at 6800 Mahan Dr.
The FWC, along with
its deer management
stakeholder group, is con-
sidering making possible
changes to Florida's deer
hunting zones and cor-
responding season dates.
The first goal of the Strate-
gic Plan for Deer Manage-
ment in Florida 2008-2018 is
to manage deer at a more
local level and better align
hunting season dates with
peak rutting (breeding) ac-
tivity.
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Archery hunting season begins


Even though you can
hardly tell summer is
officially over... Finally
the time of year we've
been waiting for is here
-football season-and
the beginning of hunting
season, specifically archery.
Most of us have finished
our preseason scouting,
and we've hung our tree
stands along well-traveled
deer trails, hopefully next
to a mature oak tree that'll
begin dropping acorns
soon.
And to let some of you
early-season hunters in
on a little secret - not all
acorns are created equal
when it comes to white-
tailed deer. Most of us have
heard that deer prefer the
acorns from a white oak
tree, and if you can find one,
great, but those oaks aren't
so common in Florida. The
reason deer prefer white
oak acorns is because they
contain the least amount of
tannic acid.
So, you might ask, of the
other oak tree varieties,
which acorns contain the
least tannic acid? Besides
the white oak, the next tree
that produces acorns with
the least amount of tannic
acid is the water oak, which
Florida has tons of. Next
comes the red oak, black
oak, burr oak, and lastly,
which might surprise you,
is the majestic live oak.
-Just something to
consider, which you may
not have known, that you
should sure keep in mind
when deciding where to
hang your deer stands.
Besides hunting the rut,
archery season provides a
great opportunity to take
a trophy whitetail and is
* arguably one of the best
times to do so. And in
the Panhandle, it's even
better because bucks are
still hanging out in their
bachelor groups then. If
you're stealthy enough and
have done your homework,
you've got a good chance
of having a nice one come
within shooting range of
your bowhunting setup.
And a lot of the rutting
that goes on in the Central
Hunting Zone occurs,
during archery season
- so your advantages are
doubled when hunting
those areas. During
archery season, the rut's in
full swing in Nassau, Duval,
Clay, Bradford, Dixie, Levy
and Highlands counties, as
well as on Seminole Forest
WMA, Rock Springs Run
WMA and Tosohatchee
WMA.
Most of us already know
the rules regarding archery
season, but for those folks
wishing to pull back on a
string for the first time, or
any hunters who are new
to Florida, here are a few
tips on what you can, and
can't do.
First off, Florida's
divided into three hunting
zones, and you'll need to
know which zone you'll be
hunting in because season
dates vary for each.
The season comes in
first in the South Hunting
Zone. Archery season
begins Sept. 12 and ends
Oct. 11 in that part of the
state south of S.R. 70,
which runs east-west
through Manatee, DeSoto,
Highlands, Okeechobee and
St. Lucie counties.
Next, it arrives in the
Central Zone, which lies
north of S.R. 70. In that
zone, archery season runs
Sept. 26-Oct. 25.
Now the boundary
between the Northwest and
Central hunting zones is a
bit more complicated, as it
meanders through Leon,
Jefferson and Wakulla
counties.
The line starts on the
Leon C.u-nt: GC-,,rgia state
line and runs south along
S.R. 155. It turns east at
U.S. 27 and goes just into


Jefferson County, where it
makes a turn south on S.R.
59. Continuing south on
S.R. 59, it enters Wakulla
County and turns west on
U.S. 98 to the St. Marks
River. At that point, the
river separates the two
hunting zones all the way to
the Gulf of Mexico.
If you hunt west of
that line, you're in the
Northwest Hunting Zone.
Archery season in that part
of the Panhandle begins
Oct. 17 and ends Nov. 15.
All the licenses and
permits you'll need can
be obtained at county tax
collectors' offices, any retail
outlet that sells hunting
and fishing supplies, by
calling toll-free 888-HUNT-
FLORIDA or clicking www.
wildlifelicense.com/fl.
The most common game
to take during archery
season are deer and wild
hog. During this period,
deer of either sex can be
taken, regardless of antler
size (except for spotted
fawns). The daily bag limit
on deer is two. Bag limits
for deer on WMAs can
differ, so please check the
specifics of the area before
you hunt.
Wild hogs on private
lands can be hunted year-
round with no bag or size
limits. On most WMAs,
there's also no bag or size
limits, and hogs are legal
to take during any hunting
season except spring
turkey. On a few WMAs,
bag and size limits do apply,
so be sure to check the
brochure for the specific
area to be certain.
In addition to hunting
big game, it's also legal to
shoot gobblers and bearded
turkeys during archery
season. Only one can be
taken per day, and there's
a two-bird fall-season limit.
It's against the law to hunt
turkeys in Holmes County
during this period, and it's
illegal to shoot them while
they're on the roost, over
bait, when you're within 100
yards of a game-feeding
station when bait is present
or with the aid of recorded
turkey calls.
Only bows may be
used during archery
season - no crossbows
are allowed. Only hunters
with a disabled crossbow
permit are allowed to use
crossbows during archery
season. Bows must have a
minimum draw weight of
35 pounds, and hand-held
releases are permitted.
For hunting deer, hogs
and turkeys, broadheads
must have at least two
sharpened edges with a
minimum width of 7/8 inch.
As far as legal shooting
hours go, you're allowed to
let your arrow fly between
a half-hour before sunrise
and a half-hour after
sunset. Except for turkeys,
you're permitted to take
resident game over feed
such as corn or soybeans
on private property. It's
against the law to use bait
on WMAs.
Some things you
can't do during archery
season include possessing
firearms, using explosive or
drug-injecting arrows and
using bows equipped with
electronic computational or
laser sights.
You can't use dogs to
hunt deer, hogs or turkeys,
but you can use bird-dogs
if you're quail hunting.
Otherwise, the only time
you can have a dog in the
woods during archery
season is if you have one on
a leash and you're using it
to trail wounded game.
I hope'I've helped
answer any questions you
might've had regarding
the rules and regulations
of archery season. Here's
hoping all your preparation
and persistence pays off
and wishing you luck on
taking that monster buck.
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No evidence of chronic

wp.sting disease found

in Florida white-tails


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) has not found
any evidence of chronic wast-
ing disease (CWD) after ex-
tensive testing of the state s
white-tailed deer population.
The FWC tested 582 free-
ranging deer during the past
year and more than 4,000
deer during the past seven
years, with no CWD-positive
results.
"While we can never say
that Florida is entirely free
of the disease without test-
ing every deer, this sample
size gives us confidence that
if CWD is present in Florida,
it is at low levels," Dr. Mark
Cunningham, FWC's wildlife-
veterinarian, said. "However,
even low numbers of CWD-
positive deer would be cause
for concern, so we plan to
continue testing for the fore-
seeable future."
CWD is a contagious neu-
rological disease that has
been found in captive and wild
mule deer, white-tailed deer,
moose and Rocky Mountain
elk within several midwest-
ern and western states. The
disease causes degeneration
of the brains of infected ani-
mals, resulting in emaciation,
abnormal behavior, loss of
bodily functions and death.
* Thus far, no southeastern
state, including Florida, has
been hit by the deer disease.
To reduce the chances of
CWD entering Florida, the
state prohibits importing live
deer unless they come from
a herd that has been certified
CWD-free for five or more
years and carcasses of any
species of deer, elk or moose
from 15 states and two Cana-
dian provinces where CWD
has been detected.
Chronic wasting disease
has been detected in New
Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Wyo-
ming, Kansas, Minnesota,


Oklahoma, Montana, South
Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin,
Illinois, New York, West Vir-
ginia, Michigan and Alberta
and Saskatchewan, Canada.
Visit the CWD Alliance Web
site at www.cwd-info.org/ for
'the most up-to-date CWD re-
porting.
"Early detection is the key
to limiting the spread of the
disease, if such an. outbreak
should occur in Florida," Cun-
ningham said.
Once again, this hunting
season, the FWC is turning to
hunters and members of the
public for assistance in help-
ing monitor the state's deer
herd for CWD.
"We're asking hunters to
report any sightings of sick or
emaciated deer, or deer dead
of unknown causes," Cun-
ningham said. "If you see such
a deer, call toll-free 866-CWD-
WATCH (293-9282). Please do
not handle the deer. Wildlife
biologists will respond, and
if necessary, collect deer tis-
sue for testing. It's important
to contact us as soon as pos-
sible, because sample collec-
tion must take place within
48 hours of a deer's death to
yield reliable results."
CWD WATCH is part of an
aggressive monitoring pro-
gram to ensure CWD is not
already in Florida and the
disease does not spread into
this state.
There is no evidence that
CWD poses a risk for hu-
mans, however, public health
officials recommend avoiding
direct contact with any sick-
looking deer or one that has
died from unknown causes.
More information about
CWD surveillance in Florida
is available at MyFWC.com/
CWD. The Web site also of-
fers links to wildlife and
health agencies with more in-
depth information about the
disease.


TideTabes


Date Time Ht


West Bay Creek, West
09/01-T 09:15A 1.9H
09/02-W 09:59A 1.8H
09/03-Th 10:46A 1.7H
09/04-F 11:42A 1.5H
09/05-S 01:32A 1.0H
12:59P 1.2H
09/06-Su 12:49A 1.2H
03:03P 1.1H
09/07-M 12:41A 1.5H
09/08-T 12:55A 1.7H
09/09-W 01:29A 1.8H
09/10-Th 02:20A 1.9H
09/11-F 03:26A 2.1H
09/12-S 04:42A 2.1H
09/13-Su 06:02A 2.3H
09/14-M 07:19A 2.3H
09/15-T 08:31A 2.1H
09/16-W 09:45A 1.9H
09/17-Th 11:07A 1.7H
09/18-F 12:36A 1.0H
12:50P 1.4H
11:32P 1.2H
09/19-S 06:38A 0.6L
09/20-Su 08:03A 0.5L
09/21-M 09:17A 0.2L
09/22-T 12:26A 2.0H
09/23-W 01:10A 2.0H
09/24-Th 02:03A 2.0H
09/25-F 03:05A 2.0H
09/26-S 04:15A 2.0H
09/27-Su 05:26A 1.9H
09/28-M 06:32A 1.9H
09/29-T 07:34A 1.8H
09/30-W 08:40A 1.6H

Harris, The Narrows
09/01-T 11:02A 1.9H
09/02-W 11:46A 1.8H
09/03-Th 12:33P 1.7H
09/04-F 01:29P 1.4H
09/05-S 03:19A 1.0H
02:46P 1.2H
09/06-Su 02:36A 1.2H
04:50P 1.1H
09/07-M 02:28A 1.4H
09/08-T 02:42A 1.7H
09/09-W 03:16A 1.8H
09/10-Th 04:07A 1.9H
09/11-F 05:13A 2.1H
09/12-S 06:29A 2.1H
09/13-Su 07:49A 2.2H
09/14-M 09:06A 2.2H
09/15-T 10:18A 2.1H
09/16-W 11:32A 1.9H
09/17-Th 12:54P 1.7H
09/18-F 02:23A 1.0H
02:37P 1.3H
09/19-S 01:19A 1.2H
09/20-Su 01:16A 1.5H
09/21-M 01:38A 1.9H
09/22-T 02:13A 2.OH
09/23-W 02:57A 2.0H
09/24-Th 03:50A 2.0H
09/25-F 04:52A 2.0H
09/26-S 06:02A 2.0H
09/27-Su 07:13A 1.9H
09/28-M 08:19A 1.9H
09/29-T 09:21A 1.8H
09/30-W 10:27A 1.5H


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Bay
07:06P
07:14P
07:12P
06:57P
05:45A
06:22P
07:22A
04:59P
08:37A
09:54A
11:29A
01:20P
02:57P
04:10P
05:06P
05:51 P
06:27P
06:51 P
06:53P
04:36A
06:06P
11:29P
11:51P
10:34A
12:03P
01:38P
02:57P
03:53P
04:32P
04:57P
05:11P
05:13P


10:44P
10:52P
10:50P
10:35P
09:23A
10:00P
11:00A
08:37P
12:15P
01:32P
03:07P
04:58P
06:35P
07:48P
08:44P
09:29P
10:05P
10:29P
10:31P
08:14A
09:44P,
10:16A
11:41A
12:55P
02:12P
03:41 P
05:16P
06:35P
07:31 P
08:10P
08:35P
08:49P
08:51P


Port Saint Joe, St. Joseph Bay
09/01-T 08:19A 1.9H 06:08P 0.2L
09/02-W 09:03A 1.8H 06:16P 0.3L
09/03-Th 09:50A 1.7H 06:14P 0.6L
09/04-F 10:46A 1.4H 05:59P 0.8L
09/05-S 12:36A 1.OH 04:47A 0.9L
12:03P 1.2H 05:24P 1.0L
11:53P 1.2H
09/06-Su 06:24A 0.8L 02:07P 1.1H
04:01P 1.0L 11:45P 1.4H
09/07-M 07:39A 0.6L 11:59P 1.7H
09/08-T 08:56A 0.4L
09/09-W 12:33A 1.8H 10:31A 0.3L
09/10-Th 01:24A 1.9H 12:22P 0.2L
09/11-F 02:30A 2.1H 01:59P 0.1L"
09/12-S 03:46A 2.1H 03:12P -0.1L
09/13-Su 05:06A 2.2H 04:08P -0.1L
09/14-M 06:23A 2.2H 04:53P -0.1L
09/15-T 07:35A 2.1H 05:29P 0.1L
09/16-W 08:49A 1.9H 05:53P 0.4L
09/17-Th 10:11A 1.7H 05:55P 0.8L
11:40P 1.0H
09/18-F 03:38A 0.8L 11:54A 1.3H
05:08P 1.1L 10:36P 1.2H
09/19-S 05:40A 0.6L 10:33P 1.6H
09/20-Su 07:05A 0.4L 10:55P 1.9H
09/21-M 08:19A 0.2L 11:30P 2.0H
09/22-T 09:36A 0.2L
09/23-W 12:14A 2.0H 11:05A 0.2L
09/24-Th 01:07A 2.0H 12:40P 0.2L
09/25-F 02:09A 2.0H 01:59P 0.2L
09/26-S 03:19A 2.0H 02:55P 0.2L
09/27-Su 04:30A 1.9H 03:34P . 0.2L
09/28-M 05:36A 1.9H 03:59P 0.3L
09/29-T 06:38A 1.8H 04:13P 0.4L
09/30-W 07:44A 1.6H 04:15P . 0.7L

Fishing Bend, Santa Rosa Sound
09/01-T 10:06A 1.9H 08:44P 0.2L
09/02-W 10:50A 1.8H 08:52P 0.3L
09/03-Th 11:37A 1.7H 08:50P 0.6L,
* 09/04-F 12:33P 1.4H 08:35P 0.8L
09/05-S 02:23A 1.OH 07:23A 0.9L
01:50P 1.2H 08:00P 1.0L
09/06-Su 01:40A 1.2H 09:00A 0.8L
03:54P 1.1H 06:37P 1.0L
09/07-M 01:32A 1.4H 10:15A 0.6L
09/08-T 01:46A 1.7H 11:32A 0.4L
09/09-W 02:20A 1.8H 01:07P 0.3L
09/10-Th 03:11A 1.9H 02:58P 0.2L
09/11-F 04:17A 2.1H 04:35P 0.1L
09/12-S 05:33A 2.1H 05:48P -0.1L
09/13-Su 06:53A 2.2H 06:44P -0.1L
09/14-M 08:10A 2.2H 07:29P -0.1L
09/15-T 09:22A 2.1H 08:05P - 0.1L
09/16-W 10:36A 1.9H 08:29P 0.4L
09/17-Th 11:58A 1.7H 08:31P 0.8L
09/18-F 01:27A 1.0H 06:14A 0.8L
01:41P 1.3H 07:44P 1.1L
09/19-S 12:23A 1.2H 08:16A 0.6L
09/20-Su 12:20A 1.5H 09:41A 0.4L
09/21-M 12:42A 1.9H 10:55A 0.2L
09/22-T 01:17A 2.0H 12:12P 0.2L
09/23-W 02:01A 2.0H 01:41P 0.2L
09/24-Th 02:54A 2.0H 03:16P 0.2L
09/25-F 03:56A 2.0H 04:35P 0.2L
09/26-S 05:06A 2.0H 05:31P 0.2L
09/27-Su 06:17A 1.9H 06:10P 0.2L
09/28-M 07:23A 1.9H 06:35P 0.3L
09/29-T 08:25A 1.8H 06:49P 0.4L
09/30-W 09:31A 1.5H 06:51P 0.7L


Date Time Ht Time Ht


Choctawbay East Pass (Destin)
09/01-Tu 08:52A 0.8H 07:19P 0.1L
09/02-W 09:36A 0.8H 07:27P 0.1L
09/03-Th 10:23A 0.7H 07:25P 0.2L
09/04-F 11:19A 0.6H 07:10P 0.2L
09/05-S 01:09A 0.4H 05:58A 0.3L
12:36P 0.5H 06:35P 0.3L
09/06-Su 12:26A 0.5H 07:35A 0.2L
02:40P 0.5H 05:12P 0.3L
09/07-M 12:18A 0.6H 08:50A 0.2L
09/08-Tu 12:32A 0.7H 10:07A 0.1L
09/09-W 01:06A 0.8H 11:42A 0.1L
09/10-Th 01:57A 0.8H 01:33P 0.1L
09/11-F 03:03A 0.9H 03:10P 0.0L
09/12-S 04:19A 0.9H 04:23P -0.0L
09/13-Su 05:39A 1.0H 05:19P -0.0L
09/14-M 06:56A 1.0H 06:04P -0.0L
09/15-Tu 08:08A 0.9H 06:40P 0.0L
09/16-W 09:22A 0.8H 07:04P 0.1L
09/17-Th 10:44A 0.7H 07:06P 0.2L
09/18-F 12:13A 0.4H 04:49A 0.2L
12:27P 0.6H 06:19P 0.3L
11:09P 0.5H
09/19-S 06:51A 0.2L 11:06P 0.7H
09/20-Su 08:16A 0.1L 11:28P 0.8H
09/21-M 09:30A 0.1L
09/22-Tu 12:03A 0.9H 10:47A 0.1L
09/23-W 12:47A 0.9H 12:16P 0.1L
09/24-Th 01:40A 0.9H 01:51P 0.1L
09/25-F 02:42A 0.9H 03:10P 0.1L
09/26-S 03:52A 0.9H 04:06P 0.1L
09/27-Su 05:03A 0.8H 04:45P 0.1L
09/28-M 06:09A 0.8H 05:10P 0.1L
09/29-Tu 07:11A 0.8H 05:24P 0.1L
09/30-W 08:17A 0.7H 05:26P 0.2L


Pensacola Bay, Entrance
09/01-T 08:02A 1.4H 07:19P
09/02-W 08:46A 1.3H 07:27P
09/03-Th 09:33A 1.2H 07:25P
09/04-F 10:29A 1.0H 07:10P?
09/05-S 12:19A 0.7H 05:58A
11:46A 0.9H 06:35P
11:36P 0.9H
09/06-Su 07:35A 0.6L 01:50P
05:12P 0.7L 11:28P
09/07-M 08:50A 0.4L 11:42P
09/08-T 10:07A 0.3L
09/09-W 12:16A 1.3H 11:42A
09/10-Th 01:07A 1.4H 01:33P
09/11-F 02:13A 1.5H 03:10P
09/12-S 03:29A 1.5H 04:23P
09/13-Su 04:49A 1.6H 05:19P
09/14-M 06:06A 1.6H 06:04P
09/15-T 07:18A 1.5H 06:40P
09/16-W 08:32A 1.4H 07:04P
09/17-Th 09:54A 1.2H 07:06P
11:23P 0.7H
09/18-F 04:49A 0.6L 11:37A
06:19P 0.8L 10:19P
09/19-S 06:51A 0.4L 10:16P
09/20-Su 08:16A 0.3L 10:38P
09/21-M 09:30A 0.2L 11:13P
09/22-T 10:47A 0.2L 11:57P
09/23-W 12:16P 0.2L
09/24-Th 12:50A 1.4H 01:51P
09/25-F 01:52A 1.4H 03:10P
09/26-S 03:02A 1.4H 04:06P
09/27-Su 04:13A 1.4H 04:45P
09/28-M 05:19A 1.4H 05:10P
09/29-T 06:21A 1.3H 05:24P
09/30-W 07:27A , 1.1H 05:26P


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Top five ways to observe National

Hunting & Fishing Day on Sept. 26


National Hunting & Fish-
ing Day is Sept. 26.
Luke Bryan, a rising
star in country music is this
year's honorary chairman
for National Hunting and
Fishing Day 2009.
"I feel very proud to be a
part of this," Bryan said. "I'm
looking forward to the com-
ing year. I hope to help grow
awareness of what hunters
and anglers do for conserva-
tion, and just promote hunt-
ing and fishing overall."
For the past 37 years, the
day has served as a pub-
lic reminder that. hunters
and anglers are America's
premier conservation sup-
porters. Through licenses
and excise taxes, they now
generate $100,000 every 30
minutes for fish, wildlife and
habitat programs benefiting
all citizens who appreciate
wild things and wild places.
Top 5 ways to observe
National Hunting and Fish-
ing Day include:
* Introduce a newcomer
to the outdoors.
* Visit - your sporting
goods retailer, treat yourself
to a new piece of hunting,


fishing or shooting gear, then
get outside and enjoy it.
* Organize, volunteer or
attend a National Hunting
and Fishing Day celebration
in your area. Many event list-
ings are posted at www.nhf-
dayorg.
* Rememberthosewhose
service to our country will
prevent them from joining us
afield this fall. Appreciate the,
freedoms that make hunting,
fishing, shooting and conser-
vation possible.
* Log on to www.nhfday.
org to learn more about the
historic conservation leader-
ship of hunters and anglers.
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Urged by the National
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National Hunting and Fish-
ing Day has an official home
and national coordinator in
Wonders of Wildlife.
Formalized by Congress
in 1972; the day is an annual
celebration of hunting, an-
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Legal # 100826
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO.
09-CP-895
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PANOLA FRANCES
LINDSEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION
The administration of
the estate of Panola
Frances Linsey, de-
ceased, File Number,
09-CP-895 is pending
in the Circuit Court of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
101 East James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview,
Florida 32436, (850)
689-5000. The names
and addresses of the
personal representative
and that personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All persons uporn whom
this notice is served
who have objections
that challenges the va-
lidity of the will, the
qualifications of the
personal representa-
tive, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the Court are re-
quired to file their ob-
jection with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is served within
three months after the
date of the first publica-
tion of this notice must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims
against the estate of
the decedent must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this no-


tice is August 26, 2009 Legal # 100831
Attorney for Personal IN THE CIRCUIT
Representative COURT OF THE
RYAN MYNARD FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
RYAN M. MYNARD, AT- CUlT OF FLORIDA IN
TORNEY AT LAW, RA. AND FOR OKALOOSA
POST OFFICE BOX COUNTY CASE NO.
249 2009 CA 004124 S
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
32536 DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
T e I e p h o n e TIONAL TRUST COM-
850-683-3940 PANY AS TRUSTEE IN
Florida Bar No. TRUST FOR THE BEN-
0150185 EFIT OF THE CERTIFI-
CATE HOLDERS FOR
Personal Representa- AMERIQUEST MORT-
tive GAGE SECURITIES'
RUBY COX TRUST 2005-R7, AS-
5365 Fortner Street SET BACKED
Dothan Alabama 36305 PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, 2005- R7,
08/29/09 Plaintiff,
09/05/09
vs.


Legal # 100827
The property described
below stored at EZ
Storage, 150 Old Milli-
gan Rd., Crestview, FL,
(Go 1.2 miles west on
Hwy 90 from Hwy 85)
phone 850-398-2990,
will be sold by auction
at above address start-
ing at 9:00 a.m. on
September 19, 2009 to
recover unpaid storage
fees. Properties of
Staci Owens Gray,
Staci Gray, Beverly
Simpson, Beverly B.
Simpson, Thomason
Pump Service, Javirus
Moore, Michael Bethea,
Michael Anton Bethea,
Philip Thomas, Philip
Harold Thomas, Dan-
ielle Renee Seaberg,
Danielle Seaberg,
Damion Romero, Pam-
ela Metcalf, Ashley
Hudson, Rhonda
Lumley, Edward Allen
Wilcher, - List of con-
tents: Misc. household
and/or business goods.
Cash only, 10% buyer's
premium. Jerry Dun-
can, American Eagle
Auctions, AB333,
AU527
08/29/09
09/05/09


KARIN MILBANK A/K/A
KARIN D. MILBANK, et.
al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KARIN MILBANK
A/K/A KARIN, D.
MILBANK ,
Whose residence is:
408 PELHM RD, FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547
If alive, and if dead, all
parties clairhing inter-
est by, through, under
or against KARIN
MILBANK A/K/A KARIN
D. MILBANK and all
parties having or claim-
ing to have any right, ti-
tle or interest in the
property described
herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on
the following described
property:
THE LAND REFERRED
TO IN THIS EXHIBIT IS
LOCATED IN THE
COUNTY OF
OKALOOSA AND THE
STATE OF FLORIDA IN
DEED BOOK 1612 AT
PAGE 1951 AND DE-
SCRIBED AS FOL-


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BEGIN 50 FEET
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SOUTH 115, WEST 152
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FEET TO THE POINT
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ATE, LYING AND BE-
ING IN OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
LESS AND EXCEPT:
BEGIN 50.0 FEET
SOUTH AND 40.0
FEET EAST OF THE
NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SECTION 11,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 24 WEST,
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SOUTH. 115.0 FEET;
THENCE WEST 70.0
FEET PARALLEL TO
THE SOUTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF PELHAM ROAD,
THENCE NORTH 115.0
FEET TO POINT OF
BEGINNING.
Being the same prop-
erty as conveye, to
Vinton K. Milbank and
Kasin B. Milbank from
Michael B. Lackey and
Debra L. Lackey dated
June 4, 1991, Re-
corded June 25, 1991,
in BOOK 1612, PAGE
1951, in said office of
the Chancery Clerk of
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
a/k/a 408 PHELM RD
FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32547
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on
Nwabufo Umunna, At-
torney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 2901
Stirling Road, Suite
300, Fort Lauderdale,
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or before 10/05/2009,
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 21 day of August,
2009.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should, no later than
seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If hearing impaired,
contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay Systems.
THIS IS AN ATTEMPT
TO COLLECT A DEBT.
ANY INFORMATION
OBTAINED WILL BE
USED FOR THAT PUR-
POSE.
08/29/09
09/05/09

Legal # 100833
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-CP-891
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES BRAUN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of CHARLES
BRAUN, deceased,
whose date of death
was July 14, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, File
Number 09-CP-953,
Probate Division, the
address of Which is
Okaloosa County Clerk
of Circuit Court, 101
Highway 90 East,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The name and
address of the personal
representative and the
p .e r s o n a I
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THESE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
August 29, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Connie Roper, Esquire
P.O. Box 249
Crestview, Florida


32536
Telephone
850-683-3940
Florida Bar No,
08811971
Personal Representa-
tive:
Patricial Lee
2991 Stillwell Boulevard
Crestview Florida
32539
08/29/09
09/05/09

Legal # 100839
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
09-CP-957
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
STEPHEN ANTHONY
MYERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS


nue
The administration of Crestivew, FL
STEPHEN ANTHONY 32536-3305
MYERS, deceased, is
pending in the Circuit Place the following on
Court for Okaloosa the outside of the Enve-
County, Florida, Pro- lope in the upper, left
bate Division, the ad- hand corner when sub-
dress of which is 1250 emitting proposals:
North Eglin Parkway,
Okaloosa County Company Name
Courthouse Annex, Company Address
Shalimar, Florida RFQ Name and Num-
'02579. The names and ber
addresses of the Per- Date and Time propos-
sonal Representative als are due
and of the Personal
Representative's attor- RFQ packages may
ney are set forth below, be picked up at the
main office from 9:00
All creditors of the de- a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or Persons wishing to re-
demands against ceive copies via over-
decedent's estate, in- night delivery are re-
cluding unmatured, sponsible for making
contingent or unliqui- all arrangements and
dated claims, on whom paying related costs.
a copy of this notice is
served, must file their All responses submit-
claims with this Court ted are subject to these
WITHIN THE LATER instructions, Instruc-
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER tions to Offerers Sup-
THE DATE OF FIRST plemental Instructions
PUBLICATION OF to Offerers, Contract
THIS NOTICE OR 30 Provisions, Supple-
DAYS AFTER THE mental Contract, and
DATE OF SERVICE all other requirements
OF A COPY OF THIS contained herein, all of
NOTICE ON THEM. which are a part of this
Request for Qualifica-
All other creditors of tions by reference.
the decedent and other
persons having claims The Crestview Housing
or demands against Authority reserves the
decedent's estate, in- right to reject any and
cluding unmatured, all proposals for just
contingent or unliqui- cause in the submis-
dated claims, must file sion process if it be in
their claims with the the public interest to do
Court WITHIN 3 so.
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST 09/05/09
PUBLICATION OF 09/09/09
THIS NOTICE. 09/12/09
09/16/09
ALL CLAIMS AND OB- 09/19/09
SECTIONS NOT SO 09/23/09
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of'first publi-egal# 100843
cation of this notice is IN THE CIRCUIT
SSeptember 5, 2009. COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
JOSHUA MYERS CUlT IN AND FOR
Personal Representa- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
tive FLORIDA CASE NO.
304 Ohio Place 2009-DR-2702
Fort Walton Beach,
Florida 32548 IN RE: The marriage of
EDWARD LYNN
Respectfully Submit- WELBORN,
ted, Petitioner/Husband
MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ. vs.
POST OFFICE BOX
.947 MELISSA M.
850-729-7440 WELBORN,
Florida Bar. No. 332471 Respondent/Wife
Attorney for Personal
Representative NOTICE OF ACTION

09/05/09 To: MS. MELISSA M.
09/12/09 WELBORN
LAST KNOWN AD-
Legal # 100840 DRESS & RESIDENCE:
13780 Vidalia Road, #7
CRESTVIEW HOUS- Pass Christian, Missis-
ING AUTHORITY RE- sippi 39571
QUEST FOR QUALIFI-
CATIONS ON-CALL YOU ARE HEREBY
A/E SERVICES MOD- NOTIFIED that a Peti-
ERNIZATION OF VAR- tion for Dissolution of
IOUS SITES RFQ Marriage; Shared Pa-
#001 renting with Restric-
tions Concerning Par-
The Crestview Housing ties' Minor Child; Own-
Authority is requesting ership of Marital Assets
sealed qualification located in Florida has
statements from A/E been filed against you,
firms registered in the and you are required to
State of Florida to pro- serve a copy of you re-
vide an indefinite quan- sponse or pleading to
tity of full service A/NE


services required for
the modernization of
various sites. It is antici-
pated that one indefi-
nite quantity type con-
tracts will be awarded
pursuant to this solic-
itation.
Sealed responses to
the above stated Re-
quest for Qualifications
will be received by the
Crestview Housing au-
thority (CHA) in the Of-
fice until 5:00 p.m. lo-
cal time on Monday,
September 28,2009.
Submit six (6) bound
sets * (one original
clearly marked and
stamped :original:, and
five (5) copies) of the
required submittals, in
a sealed envelope or
box clearly marked with
the words "RFQ Docu-
ments", to:
Mr. Sam Brunson
Executive Director
Crestview Housing Au-
thority
371 West Hickory .Ave-


the petition upon the
Petitioner/ Husband's
attorney, JOSEPH D.
LORENZ, Esquire,
1270 N. Eglin Parkway,
Ste. C-12, Shalimar,
Florida, 32579, and file
the original response or
pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, or on before the
13 day of October,
2009. If you fail to do
so , a Default Judg-
ment will be taken
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage.
Dated at Shalimar,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, this 26 day of Au-
gust, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Anita Cantrall
Deputy Clerk


FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL" CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER PETS & ANIMALS
BARRED. NOTWITH-I
STANDING ANY 2100 - Pets
OTHER APPLICABLE 2110o - Pets: Free to
TIME PERIOD, ANY 210Good Home
TIME PERIOD, ANY 2120 -Pet Supplies
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) 2130- Farm Animals/
YEARS OR MORE AF- Supplies
TER THE DECEDENT'S 2140 - Pets/Livestock
DATE OF DEATH IS Wanted
BARRED. 2150 - Pet Memorials
The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is
August 29, 2009.

Attorney for PersonIII2100
Giving Notice: Kathleen
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09/05/09 Person Giving Notice:
09/12/09 Name: Wachovia Bank,
N.A. Address Broker
Trust New Business
Legal #120331 Group Two North Jef-
ferson MO 4000 St.
NOTICE OF SALE Louis, MO 63103
In accordance with 8/29/2009
Florida Statues, Keep- 9/5/2009 MERCHAN.ISE
safe Storage, located
at 101 Hospital Drive, LEGAL#120344 3100-Antiques
Crestview, Florida will 3110 - Appliances
offer for sale to the NOTICE OF AUDIT 3120-Arts & Crafts
highest bidder the REVIEW COMMITTEE 3130 -Auctions
household the an MEETING 3140 - Baby Items
household and other 3150 - Building Supplies
goods stored in the be- HERITAGE PLANTA- 3160 - Business
low listed units. Said TION COMMUNITY Equipment
goods are to be sold to DEVELOPMENT DIS- 3170 - Collectibles
recover the rents not TRICT 3180 - Computers
paid by the tenants. i 3190 - Electronics
The Board of Supervi- 3200 - Firewood
H09- Billy T. Key sors of the Heritage 3220 - Furniture
06 - Christopher j. Plantation Community 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
John Development District 3240 - Guns
135 - Brandie wil hold their special 3250 Good Thingsto Eat
135 - Brandie 3260:- Health & Fitness
McGurgan meeting on September 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
157 - Kerri A. Beattie 14, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. 3280- Machinery/
J27 - James E. Weath- (CDT) at the Robert L. Equipment
ers - s F Sikes Public Library, 3290 - Medical Equipment
L15 - Teresa M. Garrett 1445 Commerce Drive, 3300 - Miscellaneous
Crestview FL 32539. 3310 - Musical Instruments
The sale shall take Immediately following 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
place on September 8, adjournment of the reg- Supplies
2009 At 12:00 p.m. ular board meeting, 3340- Restaurant/Hotel
Barwood @ KeepSafe there will be an Audit 3350-Tickets (Buy & Sell)
Storage. Committee - meeting.
The Audit Committee
08/29/09 will review, discuss and ij1l'1
09/05/09 establish the evaluation ,-F-,
_________ criteria for any propos- 132201F
LEGAL#120333 als the District receives $ Leather Sofa &
pursuant .to sooc- Loveseat set, new in
IN THE CIRCUIT stations for auditing ser- box. Lifetime warr. Can
COURT FOR vices. deliver. 850-471-0330
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE The meeting is open to
DIVISION FILE the public and will be TrsAta
NO.:2009-CP-0780 Dl- conducted in accord- A Tw llo a
VISION: ance with provisions of iv
Florida Law for Comn-
IN RE: ESTATE OF munity Development A comfortable queen
SHIRLEY HAMRICK Districts. There may be size pillow top mattress
Deceased. occasions when one or set, like new $150. Roll-
more Supervisors will top desk $75. Ladies
NOTICE TO CREDI- participate byte by tele- Scrubs size med. $15.
TORS . phone. At the above o10- 398-1137
(Summary Adminis- cation will be present- a __--_ -- er
tration) speaker telephone so All new Pillowtop Mat-
* that any person can at- tress Queen/box spring
TO ALL PERSONS tend the meeting at the Fact. warr. $169 Can
HAVING CLAIMS OR above location and be deliver. 850-471-0330.
DEMANDS AGAINST fully informed of the -------------
-THE ABOVE ESTATE: discussions taking King Mattress and 2 pc
You are hereby notified place either in person box set New, in plastic
that an Order of Sum- or by telephone coim- P6wwop $225. 850
mary Administration munication. Pillowtop. $225. 85v
has been entered in the
estate of Shirley Pursuant to provisions
Hamrick, . deceased, of the Americans with Mattress and Box Set,
File Number Disabilities Act, any Full Size Still sealed
2009-CP-0780, by the person requiring spe- from factory, new,
Circuit Court for cial accommodations $129. 850 471-0330
Okaloosa County, Flor- to participate in these
ida, Probate Division, meetings is asked to Quenn sixe hide a bed,
the address of which is advise the District Of- chair, end table and
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, fice at (813) 933-5571, coffee table. All match-
Shalimar, Florida at least 48 hours before ing, asking $400. Enter-
32579; that the the meetings. If you are tainment center
decedent's date of hearing or speech im- 61wx74h $300.00 call
death was February 28, paired, please contact 689-3600
2009; that the total the Florida Relay Serv- -
value of the estate is ice at 1 (800) 955-8770, 1 7
$-0- and that the name who can aid you in
and address of those to contacting the District -m |
whom it has been as- Office. 3230
signed by such order
are: A person who decides Baker
Wachovia Bank NA. to appeal any decision HUGE
named Personal Repre- made by the Board Yard Sale
sentative of the Estate with respect to any Yd S
of Shirley R. Hamrick matter considered at Sept.12th. 7am-?,
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SPORTS

Saturday, September 5, 2009 w w w. c r e st v i e w b u 11 e t i n. c om Page 12


College and high

school football

season speculations

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
For many
of us this is the
best weekend of
the year.
Not only did
the high school
football season
kickoff last night, RANDY
but college RANDY
football is in full DICKSON
swing as well. North End Zone
There aren't a lot of local
products playing college football,
but some of those former
Bulldogs and Gators will play key
roles for their teams this season.
Nowhere is north Okaloosa
County more represented than
at Birmingham Southern.
Former Crestview
quarterback Joe.Thigpen
enters his junior year as a two-
year starter that has put up
big numbers since he joined .
the Panther squad. One of his
favorite targets is former Baker
multi-purpose threat David
Langston. Langston was among
the team leaders in all-purpose
yards last year.
Former Baker quarterback
Cameron Domangue is getting
ready for his freshman year at
Birmingham Southern. Don't
look for Domangue to throw
the ball though. He's currently
listed at tailback, but the word
from some of his former Baker
teammates is he might be moved
to the defensive secondary.
Birmingham Southern opens
the season today on the road in
Georgia at LaGrange College
Tyler Reeves, who played
the offensive line at Crestview,
is entering his junior season
at Huntingdon College in
Montgomery, Ala.
The Hawks will be in
Tennessee today to play
Maryville College.
James Wilkerson, a 2005 CHS
grad is geared up for his final
year at Jacksonville State (Ala.).
Wilkerson caught 32 passes for
516 yards from his wide receiver
spot last year. The Gamecock
coaching staff is expecting more
big things from Wilkerson this
year.
Jacksonville State travels to
Atlanta today to play Georgia
Tech.
Finally, Matt Sanders will suit
up for Clemson today for the
first time when the Tigers host
Middle Tennessee State. Sanders
is listed as a backup guard, but
could see playing time on special
teams. Unfortunately for locals
wanting to get a glimpse of
Sanders in hi'tirst college game,
it won't be televised locally.
And while the Tigers might
not be on TV this week, their
game with Boston College will
be broadcast on ESPN next
Saturday.
Of course our local players
only hold part of the interest for
most local fans.
There are plenty of questions
out there about Florida, Florida
State, Alabama, Auburn and so
many others.
Can Tim Tebow lead Florida
to a second consecutive national
championship? Will Tebow win a
second Heisman Trophy?
In Tallahassee people are
wondering if FSU can return to
glory and give Bobby Bowden
one more title run before he slips
into retirement and turns the
keys over to Seminole assistant
head coach Jimbo Fisher.
Auburn fans will find out if it
was a good idea to force Tommy
Tuberville out. It might take a
year or two before they find out if
Gene Chizik was the right man to
replace Tuberville.
And finally, in Tuscaloosa,
Alabama fans are hungrier
than ever for another SEC and
national championship.
Can Nick Saban give the
� Bama faithful what they want
with a new quarterback under
center and having to replace
leading rusher Glen Coffee?
All these questions and more
will be answered in the weeks to
come, so stay tuned.


LADY GATORS: Coach Lisa Roy talks with her Lady Gator
team after they defeated Pensacola Christian Academy in
the first of three games.


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News ]
TO THE NET: At right, Jennifer Ellis goes to the net for the
Baker Gators during volleyball action on Tuesday.


Gator volleyball team off to fast start


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - It didn't take long
for the Baker volleyball team
to get a statement win this
year.
The Class 2A Gators up-
ended 5A Pace in their season
opener. They followed that win
by sweeping Pensacola Chris-
tian Academy 3-0 in their Dis-
trict 1-2A opener.
Second-year coach Lisa
Roy couldn't be happier with
the way her team has played.
"They are doing a good
job," she said. "I told them
they are setting the standard
high when they beat Pace.
"I hold high expectations
for all of them and usually
they meet them."
It doesn't hurt that as the
reigning District 1-2A cham-
pions, Baker returned most
of the players from last year's
squad.
"We only lost two players,
but they were our power side
hitters," Roy said, "but I do
have four returning starters
so I think that has definitely
been beneficial to us.
"We picked up another
power hitter (Jennifer Ellis)
from another school that has
moved in and she has done a
good job. And Mollie Royal,
who played weak side hitter
last year, has moved to power
hitter. Both of those girls have
done a great job."
Roy said Ellis is the top
power hitter on the Gators,
but that's not all the newcom-.
er brings to the table.


BIG VOLLEY: Kaylee Bradley goes up during a big volley for
the Gators.


"She's aggressive, quick
and she hustles," Roy said.
"She's a great server and
passer so she's kind of an all-
around player.
"She has meshed right
in with the rest of the team.
They've accepted her and are
playing great together."
Perhaps it's the comfort
level of having been around
Roy for a year. Or maybe it's
the fact that the team is a lit-
tle older, but the 2009 Gators
have talent and usually get off
to a quick start, which wasn't
always the case a year ago.
"In practice I've seen how


good they are," Roy said. "Last
year I always said if you could
have a second half volleyball
team they were always a sec-
ond half team. They would get
down two and then come back
and win the next three.
"This team seems to go
out from the beginning and
play hard. I'd rather do it that
way. I don't like to come from
behind."
Roy feels as if she has found
her comfort zone this year.
"I'm definitely more com-
fortable starting this season
than I was last' season," she
said. "I wouldn't say I'm re-


laxed because I don't do much
of that, but I do feel more at
ease."
Having senior setter Lau-
ren Griffith on the floor has
gone a long way toward mak-
ing Roy more at ease.
"And, of course my setter
being one of my key players,
she did it last year coming in,"
Roy said. "And, not having to
learn a new offense it's more
comfortable. I wouldn't say
I'm relaxed because I don't
do much of that, but I do feel
more at ease.
"Lauren this year has
seemed to step up and she's
the leader of the team," Roy
said. "Of course being the set-
ter you kind of expect that.
But she comes in there and
tries to pick them up if they
make mistakes.
"She's the one that's the
coach on the floor. She's a hus-
tler. And she can put the ball
where ever she wants to."
And just as Roy is now fa-
miliar with the girls, they too
are familiar with their coach.
"When you've been with
them for a year, a lot of times
you don't have to say any-
thing," Roy said. "They can
look at me and I can look at
them and they can know ex-
actly what's going on in my
mind. A lot of times, the girls
know when they make mis-
takes so I try not to hound
them.
"We just have to keep play-
ing hard, never quit and just
maintain a positive attitude
and just give it all you've got
all the time."


News & NOTES


Schedule
Tuesday
High school volleyball
Laurel Hill at Pleasant Home,
JV 4 p.m./V 5 p.m.
Baker at Northview, JV 5
p.m./V 6 p.m.

Baker coed baseball
Baker Area Youth Associa-
tion is holding registration for
the fall coed baseball league for
children ages 6-13. Sign up now
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or
Friday from 4 p.m. - 7p.m. Cost
is $40 per child. All games will
be on Tuesday and Thursday
nights at BAYA. Season starts in
September. For more informa-
tion call 537-4549. If there is no
answer, leave a message.

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 Street.
The season runs Oct. 10-Nov.
12.
Cost is $36 for YMCA mem-
bers and $48 for non-members.
For more information call the
YMCA at 689-2999.

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth Asso-
ciation is holding a fundraising
raffle with the grand prize being
a deer hunt in Kentucky valued
at $2,000.
The five-day hunt is sched-
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uled for Nov. 15-19 in Christian
County, Kentucky and includes
five days lodging, five days of
hunting and $150 in cash.
Raffle tickets are $20 each or
six for $100.
Drawing will be held Oct. 24
at the BAYA game. You do not
need to be present to win.

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.
Information about the run,
as well as the racecourse and
registration form can be found
at www.chelco.com 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 Mas-
ter male/female, Grand Master
male/female, top three in each
age group male/female. Wheel-
chairs, overall winner.
The 1-mile Fun Run is for kids
10 and under and begins at ap-
proximately 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, refresh-


ments and music. Peddler's Al-
ley, 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 Servic-
'es Inc. (CSI). Other major spon-
sors include WZEP 1460 AM Ra-
dio, PowerSouth Energy Coop-
erative 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.

Hunter safety
course offered in
Okaloosa County
The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Okaloosa Coun-
ty.
The course will be at the Oka-
loosa County Extension Office,
127 W. Hollywood Blvd. in Fort
Walton Beach. Instruction will
take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept.
8, 9, 10 and 11; the range portion
of the class will be Sept. 12.
Children under the age of
16 must be accompanied by an
adult at all times. Students are
encouraged to bring a pencil and
paper with them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, to purchase
a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian
provinces.


People interested in attend-
ing this course can register
online and obtain information
about future hunter safety class-
es at MyFWC.com/HunterSafety
or by calling the FWC's regional
office in Panama City at 850-265-
3676.

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

GFWC Golf Tournament
The GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview, Inc. will host its inau-
gural 4-person low ball golf tour-
nament 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 wom-
en. Sign in starts at 7 a.m. with
an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
There will be 50/50 play, hand-
icap play and a live auction.
Hole sponsorships are avail-
able 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.


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