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MAP: This map depicts the location of a proposed
military over pass over State Road 85.


Grice is the public involvement coordi-
nator for the Okaloosa-Walton Transporta-
tion Planning Orgammation.
Okaloosa ("ounty Public Works Director
Danielle Slaterpryce cautioned, however,
that completion of the project, estimated
to cost between $16.5 and $22.5 million,
could be four to five years away from frui-
tion.
"By the end of the year, we will have a
better idea," Slaterpryce said at a Thurs-
See OVER PASS 2


Michael Stewart .
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com -
An attempt to fast-track an overpass
over State Road 85 linking Duke Field and
the Army's 7th Special Forces Group (Air-
borne) is gaining momentum.
Rhonda Grice said principal players in
the project discussed the timeline in a re-
cent telephone conference and "seemed
pretty emphatic they would like people to
be able to use it (the overpass) by the sum-
mer of 2011."


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MILLIGAN WATERd Milligan's
newest water tank at
well No. 3 on Griffith
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Michael Stewart
michaels@crestview
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MIUGAN A $4.25-mil-
lion upgrade to Milligan
Water System Inc. is ready
to go online.
Construction is com-
plete on a new 300,ooo-gal-
lon water tower and feeder
well off Griffith Cemetery
Road capable of pumping
600 gallons .of water per
minute.
As soon as the Depart-
ment of Environmental
Protection signs off on the
project, All that is needed
isaflipofaswitchtomake
the water upgrade fully
operational, said Milligan
Water System Board Presi-
dent Martin W Ellis.
"This has been a long,
,,
drawn-out process Ellis
said of the project, which
has been in the works for
about three years.
Already complete is the
installation of riew fire hy-
drarits and 20 miles of larg-
er diameter water pipe ca-
pable of pumping increased
volumes of water.
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Mid)ael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com

early spring dry spell that has put a hurtingeptember's rains followed on the heels of an
on some north Okaloosa County cotton and
peanut farmers.
Because of the early dry spell, cotton and
peanuts were, late maturing this year, and
when they did finally reach the harvesting
stage, September's rains set in., -
"In the past few weeks, it's been too wet
to get the tractors in the fields to dig the pea-
nuts," said lilwyn King of Jon Kelley's Famous
Green Peanuts in Milligan.
Okaloosa County Extension Agency Direc-
tor Gerald Edmonson said white mold from
frequent rains is expected to reduce this year's
peanut yield by 5 percent to 10 percent.
Cotton has been hit even harder. Cotton
fields from Baker to the Alabama state line
are bursting with bolls. Boll rot from the high
moisture is expected to reduce the yield by 15
percent to 20 percent, Edmonson said.
If the rains continue, the problem could get
worse
aT/e high moisture and rain really hurts,"
Edmonson said.
Jeff Garmon, a meteorologist with the Nat
tonal Weather Service out of Mobile, Ala., said
the heaviest September rains were logged in
See HARVEST 2


. Photos by ANN SPANN | CrestviewNews Bulletin
LOCALLY GROWN: Elwyn King pours locally
grown green peanuts into a bag atJon
Kelley's Famous Green Peanuts in Milligan.
FAMOUS PEANUTS: At top, King has plenty of
green and boiled peanuts at Jon Kelley's
Famous Green Peanuts on Highway 4.


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placed on SR 85 once members of the
7th special Forces and their families
hit the road.
"It's going to saturate the area with
people," hesaid.
Before anything can happen, fund-
ing must be nailed down. The federal
government won't approve funding
for the work unless it is placed on the
transportation planning organization's
2030LongRange'ItansportatiopPlan,
whichwillhavetobeamended.
Federal funds for the work will
be funneled through the Florida De"
apartment of 'Itansportation. An envi~
ronmental assessment must also be
completed, said Jim DeVnes, FDOT's
Pensacola urban planning officer.
The project is a joint effort between
Eglin Air Fbree Base, Okaloosa Coun-
ty, the Okaloosa-Walton'Itansportation
Planning Organization and the Florida
Departmentof 'Itansportation.
"I'm encouraged that all those in-
volved entities are working together on.
this,"NicevilleresidentPamSmithsaid.
"I wish they could do it more often."
Similar projects can take years to
complete, in part because acquiring
rights ofwaycanbe contentious. Given
that Eglin owns the land on both sides
of the road where the overpass will be
built, that part of the process could be
expedited..
Despitehercautiousestimateofthe
amount of time the project could take,
Slaterpryce conceded things could
move much quicker. Grice agreed.
"They expect to get it done quick-
ly," Grice said of those involved.."We
can't have their (7th Apecial Fbrees)
machines and equipment blocking
(SR) 85."


daynightpublicinformationmeeting
in Crestview sponsored by the trans-
portation planning organization.
The project would include con-
struction of an elevated road at the en-
trance to Duke Field that would cross
over State Road 85.
The restricted roadway, dubbed
Special Forces Way, would allow mili-
tarypersonnelandequipmenttocross
busy SR 85 without impeding traffic
alongthemainnorth/southartery.
"This is going to be a benefit to the
community and to the military," said
Lt.Col.GaryBloombergSpecialForc-
esintegrationteamchief."Itisasafety
issue. With the overpass, residents will
be able to safely transverse Highway
85 to get to work every day"
Although design plans are not yet
complete, preliminary plans call for
on/offramps on SR 85 similar to those
ontheinterstate.
The impetus behind the urgency to
get the project done is the relocation
of the 7th Special Forces Group the
legendary Green Berets from Fort
Bragg in Nprth Carolina to.the U.S.Air
Fbrce's range at Eglin.
Construction is already under way
near Duke Field on a state-of-the art,
600,000-square-foot facility the 7th will
call home. With family, estimates are
between 5,000 and 6,000 new residents
will relocate to Crestview once the
Special Forces Group's move is com-
pleted in 2011.
*According to the Air Force News
Service, although the 7th will be locat-
ed west of Duke Field, the Army will
train on ranges east and west of the
Air Force installation. *
"Most of the training will require the


in the community west of
Crestview.
The new water tower,
well and pump house west
of Griffith Cemetery are
off a dirt road in a rural
area indicative of much of
the community the water
system serves,
Although Milligan has
no industrial park, hopes
are the increased water
capacity will lure new in-
dustry to the community.
"Completion of this
project is alsd setting the
stage for increased eco-
nomic opportunities in the
community, and Rural De-
velopment is proud to be a
partner in this endeavor,"
Mueller said.
Ellis said the addi-
tion of the new well and
water tower should meet
the community's water
demand for the next 20
grears.
With an increase in de-
mand, providing adequate
water resources is a grow-
ing problem nationwide.
"Water is becoming
more and more of a eriti-
cal issue," Mueller said.
"Whether it is providing
' adequate quantity or qual-
ity, it is an up and coming
problem."


The fire hydrants and
increased water flow will
improve firefighting ca-
pabilities 'and lower prop-
erty insurance premiums.
The new water distribu-
tion lines also will allow
for additional residential
and commercial develop-
ment.
"Improvements to the
Milligan Water System
are vital for the health
and welfare of local resi-
dents who depend on this
system for their supply of
safe drinking water and for
fire protection services,
as well," said Joe Mueller,
Florida's acting director
of rural development .for
the United States Depart-,
ment of Agriculture.
Mueller and Ellis were
among the dozen-plus dig-
nitaries on hand Thursday
afternoon at the official
ribbon-cutting for the new
well and water tower.
The USDA funded the
project in the form of a
$1.4-million grant and a
$2.8 million-dollar loan.
Mueller said no rate in-
creasesareanticipatedto
help repay the loan.
Milligan Water Sys-
tem already operates two
wells and water towers


WHAT'S NEX T?
A plan is under way to build
an over pass over State Road
85 between Duke Field and the
Army's 7th Special Forces Group.
Here is what is next in the process-
Oct. I 5 Walton-
Okaloosa Transportation Planning
Organization meaning to adopt a
proposed amendment to the 2030
Needs Assessment Plan
Nov 3 Public workshop in
Crestview regarding a proposed
amendment to the 2030 Cost
Feasible Plan.
December Meeting with *
advertised public hearing to
amend the 2030 Cost Feasible
Plan.
Project approval is tentative
pending authorization from the
Federal HiGhway Administration.

use of 13 ranges specifically designed
for specific weapons training.," an Air
Fbree News Service article states.
The overpass will serve as a cross-
ing for the 7th Special Forces' three
battalions and separate motorized and
support battalions,
Given traffic congestion on SR 85
.already experienced south of Inter-
state lo, the overpass "is absolutely
necessary,"saidNicevilleresidentWil-
liam Conyers at the Thursday meeting
to give residents a first glimpse of the
plan.
Conyers, who also sits on the Oka-
loosa-Walton 'Itansportation Planning
Organisation's citizens' advisory com-
mittee, questioned if the overpass will
be enough given the extra demands


pen, but from the looks of
things, the beginning of
October carries the pp-
tential for more rain, Gar-
mon said.
That's not good news
for the small independent
farmers in north Okaloosa
County, whose numbers
have steadily dwindled
throughout the years.
Not all is lost. Some
peanuts are coming out of
the fields.
Chris Cox, who works
for Brooks Farm in Baker,
said they are harvesting
peanuts planted in sandy
soil where the fields are
not.too muddy.
. "It has not been that
bad on us," Cox said.


urban southwest Okaloo-
sa County, where 15 to 20
inches fell.
Between 8 and 10
inches of rain fell on the
farming belt in central
Okaloosa County and the
extrenie north end of the
county only logged 4 to 6
inches of raip, which is
slightly more than is nor-
malfor this time of year.
"The trouble is the rain
came all at once several
times," Garnion said. "We
kept getting hammered,
and the ground couldn't
recover. -It kept getting
saturated by one system
after the next."
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CLASS OF '89: Crestview High School's class of '89 gathered in the st dium for this class picture shortly before graduation,

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20-year anniversary includes mixer, football, dinner and dancing


CHS CLASS OF '89 REUNION
Visit www.crestviewhigh89.myevent.com for
complete details of the dass of '89's 20th high
school reunion on Oct. 20 and 24.
OCT. 23 CHS Alumni Mixer: 5 p.m.
until kickoff in the courtyard, er...Multi-Purpose
Room at Crestview High School. Visit with friends
and faculty from classes in the '80s and '90s, tour
the school to see how much has changed, then
attend the game against Mosley at 7 p.m. Contact
AshIey Curenton Turner, ashley turner@bellsouth.
net, for further information.
At 6:30 p.m., former Big Red Machine director,
now Mdyor David Cadle, will welcome visiting
guests and dignitaries from Crestview's sister city,.
Noirmoutier en 1.'ile, France, and present a key to-
the city to his.counterpart.
OCT. 24 Class of '89 Reimion: 5
p.m., Azteca Mexican Restaurant, 789 N. Ferdon
Blvd., Crestview, $25 per person ($50 per couple).
Reconnect with classmates and reminisce about
the good old days! A Mexican buffet will be
provided with non-alcoholic drinks. Cash bar will
available.
Plenty of '80s tunes will be playing, and there
is a dance floor in case you want to bust out any
of your old moves. Slide shows of old pictures
and video will be playing to jog your memories.
(Nametags will be provided.)
RSVP to www.crestviewhigh89.myevent.com.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.corn
Things were happen-
ing in 1989. The Berlin Wall
fell, protesters were massa-
cred in Tiananmen Square,
Ted Bundy was executed in
Florida's electric chair, the
"Exxon Valdez" dumped
11. million gallons of oil in
Prince William Sound, "The
Simpsons" premiered on TV
and the first edition of Mi-
crosoft Office was released.
Leona Helmsley was
convicted of tax evasion,
President Bush Sr. oversaw
a $150 billion savings and
loan bailout, Nintendo sold
the first Game Boy, Toyota
introduced the Lexus and
the first of 24 GPS satellites
wentintoorbit.
But more importantly,
the Crestview High School
Class of '89 flipped the tas-
sets on their mortarboards
, from one side to the other
and left the hallowed halls of


secondary school.
On Oct. 23 and 24, Bull-
dqgs from the Class of '89
will gather in Crestview
once again to relive the
memories, share the laughs,
see who's recognizable and
who isn't, and maybe even
discover the fate of that
someone they secretly had
a crush on but never dared
let on.
"We decided to have our
reunion when the weather
is cooler and football season
is in full swing," said Ash-
ley Curenton 'llxrner, one of
the event organizers. "The
high school has changed in
many ways since we gradu-
ated. They have added
some things (new library),
taken others out (outdoor
courtyard), renovated (au-
ditorium), etc. But it's still
good old CHS, and it's where
we got our start." .
In addition to class-
mates, 'Ittrner wants to be
sure teachers and friends of


the class are invited to the
alumni mixer and tour of
the school before attending
the Oct. 23 Bulldogs game
against Mosley. On Saturday,
Oct. 24, the class will gather
at Azteca Mexican Restau-
rant for a reunion dinner
with dancing.
"Some people aren't as
excited as I am to reminisce
about high school memo-
ries," 'Itxrner said. "Maybe
it's because I work in a high
school now, but I miss those
days, and I long to see my
old friends and even my
teachers."
So, gals, poof up that
hair and, guys, start grow-
ing those mullets, then join
the class of '89's reunion on
Oct. 23 and 24. Visit www.
crestviewhigh89.myevent.
com for details, to RSVP to
the reunion dinner, to take
a class trivia contest and
to post current photos of
yourself alongside your 1989
yearbook photo.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

Crestview High School fresh-
man Kevin Hull has been thinking
seriously about how to amuse the
French student he and his parents,
Brian and Trish Hull, will host.
"I was hoping to introduce him
to the wonderful world of the Xbox
360," Kevin said.
Kevin, his mother and more
than 30 other volunteer host famly
members gathered Monday eve-
ning at the Crestview Public Li-
brary for an orientation in prepa-
ration for the Oct. 23 arrival of
visitors from Crestview's sister
city. The more than 40 guests form
one of the largest contmgents to
visit Crestview from Noirmoutier

en Lnile at one t diverse group
of adults, including Noirmoutier's
mayor, Noel Faucher, and the
headmaster of the local middle
school, Yves Perrocheau, and
their families, more than 20 school
kids will visit the Hub City. It's that
group of younger ambassadors
that particularly interests CHS
French teacher Chris Lanoue's
students.
NicoleBrunaciniaCHSsenior,
will host Elise Gueneau.
"We want to show her around
and show her our American cus-
toms and how we hang out," Ni-
cole said. Elise will stay with Ni-
. cole and her aunt and uncle, Katie
and Lynn Higginbotham, while in
Crestview.
Senior Dechelle DuBose feels
like she already knows Anals
Fouasson, the girl she and her
family will host. A member of the
CHS French Club, Dechelle has
been communicating regularly
with her French friend for more
than a year.
"I've been talking to her all last
year; then I found she had a Face-
book account, so I talked with her
there," Dechelle said. "I can't wait
to meet her in person!"


importantly, any allergies.
"If there's an allergy, will it
be written in English because I
don't know the French for 'mush-
rooms'?" asked one mother. She
was assured information will be
translated and clarified where
necessary
Hosts were also assured that
in addition to the group of adult
visitors, the French guests will in-
clude two young adult chaperones
specially trained to handle a broad
range of potential concerns, rang-
ing from medical issues to disci-
pline.
Another question arose about
the potentialfor a language barri-
er. Fortunately, they were assured
by Lanoue, "Kids will find a way to
communicate. They always do."
.The group left the room later

t atd e ning nthuu)sceod and e
tural exchange. The students in
particular were eager to get to
know new friends from across the
Atlantic. Many have ho es of one
day meeting their new friends in
Noirmoutier.
"I want to go there so bad!" ex-
claimed Nicole Brunacini.


BRIANHUGHESICrehviewNewsBulletin
DAY-BY-DAY: Crestview High School freshman kevin Hull and
his mother, Trish, listen as Cresiview's sister city organization
President Jim Mills reviews events planned for the visit of 40
people from Noirmoutier. Kevin and his parents, including his
father, Brian, will host one of the French boy guests.


The French students will
try their hand at carving Jack
o'lanterns and making costumes
with their hosts as they prepare to
experience their first Halloween.
Oneoftheirlastactivitieswillbe
held on Nov. 4, the day before they
depart. The visiting kids will pre-
pare a genuine French meal for
their American hosts.
Parent hosts had questions
ranging from matters of trans-
portation to scheduling conflicts.
The president of Crestview's sis-
ter city organization, Jim Mills,
and Isanoue encouraged parents
to share their respective contact
information so they could call
upon other hosts if they were un-
available at some point during the
Noirmoutrins'l3-nightstay.
Parents were pleased to know
that the visiting French students
are covered by insurance and that
each host family will receive pro-
files detailing their guests' likes,
dislikes, expectations and, most


Looking at the schedule of
planned events and activities,
Kevin Hull was a little concerned
that his new French friend won't
have much time for playing Xbox.
"I don't know ifhe'll be around
that much," Kevin lamented.
While the schedule of activities
- from attending the Bulldogy'
football game to preparing a meal
for their Crestview hosts -looks
ambitious, Hull was probably re-
lieved to hear that there will also
be plenty of time for hosts to get to
know their new friends and to just
hang out.
Among the activities the
French Club is planning for their
Frenchcounterpartsisanevening
of howling, a game at which the
Noirmoutrins might excel, given
their country's passion for boules,
a popular lawn game that involves
rolling heavy balls along a course
toward targets. Like bowling and
bocce, boules evolved from a sport
popular in Roman times.


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NEW FRIEND: Since last year, CHS
senior Dechelle DuBose has
been communicating with the
sh II
gir from Noirmoutier e wi
host later this month. Before the
host family orientation began,
she studied the schedule of
activities to see what events they
will share together.


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CHS Spanish

department

hosts cultural

program

Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

From the Iberian Pen-
insula west through the
Caribbeanfromthesouth-
ern part of North America
through Central America
aind throughout South
America, Hispanic culture
has had a broad influence

n S tse ofe;i
ic population is one of the
country's fastest growing.

SchTo ewdeHi^
ment will celebrate His-
panic Heritage Month
(Sept. 15 through Oct. 15)
with a Hispame Heritage
Celebration on Thursday,
Oct. 8, at 6 p.m. in the
school's multi-purpose
room.
"This is the first time
we have tried this," said
Spanish I, III, IV and AP
teacher Elizabeth Rivera-
Oquendo. "We have never
done it here at Crestview
High before."
The event, which is free
and open to all students,
faculty, family members
and friends, will feature
a demonstration of Lat-
in dance by mstructors
from the Crestview Fred
Astaire Dance Studio. The
audience will be invited to
participateandlearnsome
exciting dance moves.
Master Sgt. Carlos
Luna, stepfather of ad-
vance-placement Spanish
Student Bradley Peterson,
willbe the evening's guest
speaker.
The school's Spanish
Club will prepare samples
of great Hispanic cuisine,
including virgin pifia cola-

,;andnta s ntdh At
the commumty are gomg
to be providing food," Ri-
vera-Oquendo said.
The Spanish depart-
ment at CHS has four
Spanish teachers with a
total of 21 different class-
es between them. "We go
all the way to AP" said Ri-
vera-Oquendo.
With its rich contribu
tions of music, food, art
and dance, Hispanic cul
ture has many diverse
flavors, looks and sounds
across the many cultures
that share the same hiri
tagg, she said.
"We have a lot in com-
mon, but among the differ.
ent countries, you have dif
fervent things," she said.
Two of the main shared
traditions will be greatly

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evening, Rivera-Oquendo
assured.
"We are Hispanic," she
said proudly. "When we
get together, we have mu-
sic and food!"

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for business since July 1,
2004. Travelers and locals
enjoy touring the Mall for
treasures, unexpected
items, and now the
Shepherd's Daughter.
Saturday, Oct. 10, at
6 p.m. at the Crestview
Community Center,
there willbe a benefit for
Covenant Hospice. Dine
and dance the night away
in the comfort of your
favorite blue jeans at a
casually elegant evening to
benefit Covenant Hospice.
The evening includes
a delicious steak dinner,
a decadent dessert
buffet, a silent auction,
entertainment a special
performance by the
Northwest Florida State
College show choir, The
Soundsations, and musical
entertainment by Jaded
I Klark and a special
competition, Dancing with
I the Covenant Hospice -
1 Stars. Vote for your favorite
. local celebrities!
Tickets are $40 each or


drink or an ice cream treat.
Call Marie Davis at 850-652-
2999 for your needs.
The Lady Hilltoppers
meet each third 'Itesday
of the month (Oct. 20) at 11
a.m. for lunch in the Hobo
Room at the Laurel Hill
Grill. You are very welcome
to attend this small group
of neighbors to enjoy a
dutch-treat lunch and
fellowship. It is the only
time in the month that I
see some of these ladies..
Last month we missed
McDonald Campbell and
Norma Flournoy. We
welcome newcomer Velma
Beck, also one of the Red
Hatters. The regulars
attend in spite of pouring
rain. We passed the test
last month!
Carolyn Williams will
be directing the Alzheimer
support group meeting
Oct. 15, always the third
Thursday of each month at
the First Baptist fellowship
building at 2 p.m. There
is no charge for this


informative gathering,
and you are welcome
to attend. We will have
officer Sam Kimmons and
fireman Tony Holland as
special guests with project
lifesaver information at the
Oct. 15 meeting.
Your generous donations
toward the upkeep of
Almarante Cemetery
are appreciated by the
Cemetery Commission, a
group of local volunteers
making the difference
in keeping the grounds
looking nice. Making a
donation in memory of
a neighbor or loved one
is also appreciated. Your
donation may be left at City
Hall or mailed to: Cemetery
Commission, PO. Box 55,
Laurel Hill, FL 32567.
"Peace Ileave with you,
my peace Igive unto you:
not as the world giveth,
. give lunto you. Let not
your heart be troubled,
neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27


Laurel Hill's '
Hobo Festival
will be held
next Saturday,
Oct. 10, at Gene
Clary City Park.
Remember to bring
your lawn chairs
and stay all day UP ON
enjoymg music, Este
food and craft
vendors. There is still time
to reserve a 14-by-20-foot
booth space for $20, or $25
with electricity For more
information, call 850-652-
3677.
The Shepherd's


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located in the
front windows of
The 1905 Gallery
in Laurel Hill.
Devona Willis has a
beautiful selection
of floral designs,
gift items, Red Hat
items and cards.
She is also working


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the cemetery. Call 850-652-
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foryouthsagingoutofthe
foster care system. The
Teen Transition Home
will be built at the CIC
Children's Neighborhood
in Fort Walton Beach.
The funds will come
from the Homeless.Hous-
ing Assistance Grant. CIC
submitted the grant re-
quest through and in co-
operation with The Con-
tinuum of Care/Oppor-
tunity Inc. Studies have
shown that the majority of
homeless under the age of
30 were foster children.
Unfortunately, many
children in the foster care
system will not graduate
from high school on time.
Too often, the children are
juniors, sophomores or
even freshmen when they
turn 18 and have to exit the
foster care program. Most
of these youths have lim-
ited life skills and don't
have a home, family or
support system.
When the Teen Transi-
tion home opens, CIC will
be the students' extended
family and support sys-
tem. Working with DCF
and the Families First
Network (FFN), indepen-
dent living coordinator,
each student will be given
life skills training so he


,or she will be better pre-
pared to enter the com-
munity and be successful
in life after graduating
from high school.
According to Ken Hair,
CIC executive director,
"Teens that are exiting
thefostercaresystemwill
have a place with us as
long as they stay in school
and need a home. We're
extremely happy to take
this next step in the con-
tinuum of care for the at-
risk children of our com-
munity. This is an invest-
ment in our future and
definitely a win-win-win!"
Mack Gay, president of
the CIC Board of Direc-
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project was a great team
effort, and I can't thank
Lenore Wilson and the
Continuum of Care/Op-
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the cooperation and sup-
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reached the midway point in their
six-month deployment to the Na-
vy's Central Command operating
from bases in Quatar, Djibouti and
Japan
McKenzie is the son of Lastenia
and David W McKenzie of Crest-
view
While deployed, the Lancers
have conducted operations in sup-
.port of Operation Iraqi Freedom
and Enduring Freedom to include
maritime security operations, anti-
submarine warfare intelligence
survenance and reconnaissance
routine maritime patrol and anti-
piracy missions in the Arabian
Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, the Arabian
Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

theH a caer ea ed I eT
99.6 percent sortie completion rate,
more than 2,000 flight hours and
more than 300 combat missions.
Additionally, the Lancers aided
in the seizure and destruction of
lo tons of narcotics, mostly hash
estimated to be worth $70 mUion,
vihile patrolling the "Hash High-
way" in the Gulf of Aden. They also
assisted the Seychelles in conduct-
ing anti-piracy operations.
The Lancers moved their en-
tire maintenance department to
Inc de buildings strict pmand
to a previously undeveloped part of
the base. The working parties were
la gh avo1eth ed 9anke
enheit.
Sixteen midshipmen from the
United States Naval Academy,
Class of 2010, traveled to Africa as
part of the Midshipmen. Summer
Training Program and visited the
Lancers to familiarize themselves
with the different warfare special-
ties available to them after gradu-
ation.
Off-duty, members of the Lanc-
ers have volunteered their time
prowading humanitariantaid t local
eral inter-service physical fitness
contests, taking the first-place tro-
phy in the 2009 Freedom Fitness
Festival and the Al Udeid Air Base
Commander's Cup.
For more information and pho-
tos of VP-10, visit www.vpl0.navy.
mil and www.navy.mil.


TheCrestviewToastmasters
Club will host an Open House
on Tuesday, Oct. 13, from 6-7
p.m. at Lundy and Bowers, 296
S. Ferdon Blvd.
If you're interested in be-
coming a better speaker, come
to the meeting and learn how
you can improve your speak-
ing skills in a fun, supportive
learning environment.
The Crestview Toastmas-
ters is part of Toastmasters
International, a group that has
beenaroundfornearly80years
and offers a proven and enjoy-
able way to hone the communi-


cation and leadership sldlls of
its members.
This is an opportunity to
see what happens during the
Crestview Toastmasters meet-
ings and watch others practice
their speaking skills.
Part of the fun. in joining
Toastmasters is that you are
learning. not only to speak in
public more confidently, but
also to listen to others. Mem-
bers evaluate one another's
oral presentations and lead-
ership skills during the meet-
ings.
Toastmaster members also


give impromptu talks on as.
signed topics, conduct meet-
ings, serve as officers in vari-
ous roles and learn parliamen-
tary procedure.
All you need to do is come to
the open house, experience the
fun, hear the speeches and, if
you like it, come back to join the
Ci-estview Toastmasters Club.
The Crestview Toastmasters
meeting is held on the second
Tuesday every month from 6-7
p.m. at Lundy and Bowers. Vis-
.
Itors are always welcome. For
more information, call Kathy
Morrow at 892-2111-


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mine S. Hill graduated from basic
military training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
The airman com-
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eight-week pro~
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JASMINE HILL training in military
discipline and stud-
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fitness, and basic warfare princi-
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Airmen who complete basic
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mission, history, tradition, core
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Filcher of Jonquil Road, Memphis,
Tenn., and niece of David Rose Sr.
of Crestview.
Damron is a 2003 graduate of
Crestview High School.

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for things of itself. Sufficient unto the
day is the evil thereof." (KJV)
While I realize that is a lot of
scripture) for you to read, I also
understand the importance of God's
words and not my own. Jesus is
saying to us that life is more than
meat and the body more than
raiment. We as humans are greater
than material things, or plants that
grow that don't do anything, or the
fowls whom God feeds without their
labors. Worry cannot change
the body. God's providence
is over all creation, not
only birds and plants that
never buy, sell, manufacture
or labor Worry is useless
a si andmustnothe
IE We spend a tremendous
HEAD amount of time worrying
Pulpit about things that never
come to pass. Tennis Dake
said that worry is "a disease that
causes other ills, a weight that kills
prematurely, a grave digger that has
no sympathy, a robber of faith, peace
and trust in a never failing heavenly
Father."
Psalm 46:1 says, ''God is our
refuge and strength, a very present
help m trouble." (KJV)
To me, if God is a "help in
trouble," he would be near. But if he
is a "very present help m trouble,"
then he is very, very near to us.
Don't ever allow yourself to stop
trusting in your heavenly Father.
"Cast all your cares upon him, for he
careth for you."
Dr Donnie Cadenhead is the
pastor of Victorious Worshep Center,
located one mile north of Crestview
High School on State Road 85.
Sunday School ss at 9:30 a.m., with
exciting praise and worship at 10:30
a.m.
Sunday night's "lesus
Encounter" zs at 6 p.m. "Family
Night" is Wednesday nights at 7
p.m. For more suformation about
Victorious Life, call 850.683.3633.
Pastor Cadenhead can be heard
weekdays on Radio Station 90.1 FM
at 6:15 a.m. and at 4:30p.m.


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ba ATHOLIC RCIA* The
Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA) is designed for
those seeking one or more of
the Sacraments of Initiation;
Baptism, Confirmation, and
Eucharist. This formation pro-
cess is the church's approved
method for individuals to be-
come members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are held
at the Eglin Chapel Center An-
nex from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each
Wednesday evening. Details:
Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
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and there will be finger foods to
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Anyone interested may join.
Call 537-4307 for more informa-
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Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News Bulletin
by 10 a.m. on Wednesdays.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
FBC HOMECOMING:
First Baptist Church of Milligan
at 5238 Old River Road in Mil-
ligan will celebrate their 145th
Homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
4. Services include Bible study
at 9:45 a.m. and worship at 11
am. with Bro. Richard Mar.
tin preaching The afternoon
will feature special singing by
Dan Kirkland. A covered dish
luncheon will be held in the fel-
lowship hall immediately after
morning worship.
GENERAL CONFER-
ENCE: In lieu of regular meet-
ings in the Fort Walton Beach
Stake (including Crestview
Wards I and II) the schedule
below willbe observed for a gen-
eral conference: Broadcasts can
be viewed at the chapels, on the
BYU channels and on Channel 6
at the following times:
Saturday, Oct. 3 broadcasts
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m.; priesthood broadcast:
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In a pastor's everyday dealing
with people, we hear many people
who are constantly worrying about
something,
In the study of temperaments,
you will find that God has made five
different temperaments in people;
from the melancholy who worries
about everything to the sanguine
* who worries about very little.
Over the years, I noticed people
often seem to search to find
something to worry about.
In dealing with life's day-to-
day problems, it is easy to
understand why we worry.
But the word of God is filled
with promises that should
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said, "Take no thoughts
for your life, what ye shall eat, or
what ye shall drink; nor yet for your
body, what ye shall put on. Is not life
more than meat, and the body more
than raiment? Behold the fowls of
the air; for they sow not, neither do .
they reap, nor gather into barns;-yet
your heavenly Father feedeth them.
Are ye not much better than they?
Which of you by taking thought can
add one cubit unto his stature? And
why take ye thoughts for raiment?.
Consider the lilies of the field, how
they grow; They toil not, neither do
they spin: and yet I say unto you that
even Solomon in all his glory was
not arrayed like of these. Wherefore,
if God so clothe the grass of the
field, which today is, and tomorrow
is cast into the oven, shall he not
much more clothe you, o ye of little
faith? Therefore, take no thought,
saying, what shall we eat? Or what
shall we drink? Or wherewithal shall
ye be clothed? For after all these
things do Gentiles seek For you
heavenly Father Imoweth that ye
have need of all these things. But
seek ye first the Kingdom of God,
and his righteousness; and all these
things shall be added unto you. Take
therefore no thought for he morrow;
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EVENTS
AWANA will be held through
May 2010 frolit 6 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church,
4796 Antioch Road, Crestview
Children ages 3 and up through
high school teens are invited to
attend. Fbr details, call 682-4297
from 9'a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday
through Thursday-
CHRISTIAN COALITION:
The Christian Coalition of Oka-
loosa County meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE
SALES: are held on the first
Saturday of the month. Emds
generated are used for Epipha-
ny Episcopal Church's outreach
activities-
Participants may sell what-
ever they liked a cost of $10 per
parking space: Concessions are
available inside.
Call Mary at 880-665-3437 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,
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NORTH OKALOOSA

CORRECTION: In
the Soup Kitchen Update
announcement printed
Wednesday, the wrong time
was listed for the lunches
at the Coliamunity of Christ
Church at 398 W. First Ave.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 12
p.m., not 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. as
previously listed.
DORCAS FIRE DIS-
TRICT MEETING: The
Doreas Fire District will
hold a special meeting
Thursday at 7 p.m. on Oct.
8 at 5232 Deersprings Road
(at the firehouse behind
old Maddox Store).
CHILD INSURANCE
REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to
local residents who want
to register their children
for Florida KidCare in-
surance. Walk-ins are ac-
cepted every Tuesday and
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10
p.m. at Jobs Plus on Wil-
son Street in Crestview. If
you would rather arrange
a different time, please call
her at 850-685-4086: Please
bring proof of income and
Social Security numbers
for every member of your
household.
DOGWOOD GARDEN
CLUB: Members meet the
first Monday of eachmonth
from September through
May. Anyone interested in


OPENHOUSE:TheCrest-
view Toastmasters Club
will host an Open House
on Tuesday, Oct. 13, from 6
p.m. until 7 p.m. at Lundy
and Bowers, 296 S. Ferdon
Blvd.Ifyou'reinterestedin
becoming a better speaker,
come to the meeting and
learn how you can improve
your speaking skills in a
fun, supportive learning
environment. This is an op-
portunity to see what hap-
pens during the Crestview
Toastmaster's meetings
and watch others practice
their speaking skills. All
you need to do is come to
the Open House, experi-
ence the fun, hear the
speeches and if you like it,
comeback to join the Crest-
view Toastmaster's Club.
TheCrestviewToastmas-
ter's meeting is held on
the second Tuesday every
month at 6 p.m. intil 7 p.m.
at Lundy and Bowers, 296
S. Ferdon Blvd. Visitors
are always welcothe. For
more information, contact
Kathy Morrow at 892-2111.
OCT.BLOODDRIVES:
The following Northwest
Florida Blood Services
drives will be held in North
Okaloosa County: Oct. 3,
Lowe's Crestview, 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., American Cancer
Society Drive. Donors will
receive a $10 Lowe's gift
.card and a special T-shirt.
Oct. 4, Live Oak Baptist
Church, Live Oak Road,
Crestview, 8 a.m. tg 1 p.m.;
Oct. 10, Wal-Mart Crest-


view, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Oct. 18, First United
Methodist Church, Crest-
view, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oct. 29, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Crestview,
8a.m.to4p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
CHS BIG RED MA-
CHINE YARD SALE: The
Crestview band is hosting
a yard sale fund-raiser Sat-
urday, Oct. 3 from 8 am. to
12 p.m. at 7th Ave. and N.
U.S. Highway 85 across
from Cinema III. .
FIRE DEPT. YARD
SALE: The Baker Volun-
teer Fire Department will
have its 2nd annual yard
sale on Saturday, Oct. 3 at
Station 20, 1375 19th St.,
Baker, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This sale will help the de-
partment acquire much
needed gear and equip-
ment. There will have be
lots of great food, door
prizes, a 50/50 drawing.
"The Hardluck Band" will
be performing live from
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Booths for
personal sales are avail-
able for $10 per boqth. For
details or to rent a booth,
please contact Jennifer
Giles at 850-305-0643 or Ja-
cob Beard at 850-200-3432.
WRESTLING TEAM
FUND-RAISER: Crest-
viewHighSchoolWrestling
Team is having a yard sale
on Saturday, Oct. 10 at the
high school from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. Spaces canbe rented
for $10 for anyone wishing
to bring their items to sell.
Donations of items for the
team to sell are also being
taken and can be picked
up if necessary.
There will be food, bev-
erages and fun for the kids.
Come out and support the
wrestling team. For infor-
mation on renting a space
or scheduling pick up of
donated items contact
Christy Shipp at 225-6256
or 678-528-1465.
LADIES AUXILIARY
BAZAAR: The Knights of
Columbus Ladies Auxil-
iary's annual Christmas
Bazaar will be held Oct.
3 from 9 a.m. to 3 .p.m. at
their hall at 701 U.S. High-
way 90 East. Jewelry,
stained glass and other
items will be available,
melding a bake sale and
raffles. Lunches will also
be sold; eat in or take out.
LIBRARY BOOK
SALE: The Friends of
the Crestview Library will
hold the Fall Book Sale
at the Library on Friday-
Sunday, Oct. 2, 3-4. In addi-
tion to books, there will be
movies and hand-painted
plates on sale.
On Friday from 5 to
8 p.m.,.there will be a "pre-
view" sale of everything.
Members of the "Friends"
will be, admitted free of
charge, while non-mem-
hers will be charged $2.
On Saturday and Sun-
day, the hours of the event
will be from 9 am to 4 pm.
CHS LADY DAWGS
GOLF FUNDRAISER: A
fOur-person scramble tour-
nament will be held Sat-
urdagr, Oct. 3 at Foxwood
Country Club in Crestview
to benefit the Crestview
Lady Bulldogs basketball
team. Signup is $45 per
person, which includes the
green fee and cart, goodie
bag, water while you play,
and lunch immediate af-
terward. Check in is at 7
a.m., and the shotgun start
is at 8.
Sponsorships are also
available for the event,
and donations are being
accepted. All proceeds
benefit the basketball
team. Checks are payable
to Crestview High School.
To enter, send your name,
company, address, phone
number and the names of
the golfers in your four-
some to Coach Donald
Campbell Jr., 4781 Balboa
Road, Cresiview, FL 32539.
Details: Duck4311@cox:
net, CampbellD2@mail.
okaloosa.kl2.fl.us. Donald.
Campbell2@eglin.af.mil.
KICK OFF BLOOD


,DRIVE: Northwest Flori-
da Blood Services and the
American Cancer Society
are partnering for Kick Off
Blood Drives in October
during the Making Strides


Against Breast Cancer
Walks coming up. Lowe's
stores in Crestview and
Destin are participating.
The Crestview Lowe's at
298 Rasberry Road will
host a blood drive Satur-
day, Oct. 3 from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Special "I support
the fight. I donate blood"
partnership t-shirts will be
available for each blood do-
nor, as well as a gift card.
For information, call the
Gulf Coast Area American
Cancer Society at 850-475-
0850 or to sign up check
the American Cancer Soci-
ety website at www.cancer,
org/stridesonline.
WANT TO READ
BETTER?: A new support
group is forming Oct. 6 at
the Robert L.E Sikes Li-
braryinCrestviewforpeo-
ple who won't to become
better readers. If you wish
you could enjoy reading in-
stead of dreadmg it, read-
ing stories to your kid, or if
you're a reluctant reader,
attend the 6 p.m. to 7:45
meeting. You won't have to
read out loud, it won't cost
you anything to come, and
nobody's going to make
fun of your reading! For m-
formation, call Tommy at
683-5380.
VENDORS WANTED:
The organizers of the
Crestview Fall Festival
on Oct. 31 are looking for
vendors, participants, and
sponsors.
If you, your church,
business or organization
would like to have a ven-
dor display, or to prpyide
carnival-styJe or other
activities for the festival,
please complete a partici-
pant registration form by
the signup deadline of Oct.
16. Forms are available at
the City Hall office of the
Crestview Main Street
Program Director and at
a few other locations. For
details, call Cindy Harris
at 865-8595.
CALENDAR: The
Carver-Hill Memorial &
Historical Society is creat-
ing a caleridar. If you would
like to participate through
photos or patronage, con-
tact Tonsiaweda Hayes
at 850-621-4187; Shannon
Hayes, 850-902-6717; Bren-
da Bess, 682-5540; Billie
Roberson, 682-6979.
WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday at
Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany, 424 Garden
Street, Crestview. Regis-
tration and weigh in begin
at 5 p.m.; meeting follows.
GFWC WOMAN'S
CLUB ACTIVITIES:
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview, Inc.'s club
house is located at 150
Woodlawn Drive in Crest-
view. They are hosting the
events Jisted below during
the.month of October.
Sunday buffet Oct. 4
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the club house. Beef en-
chiladas, tacos, rice, and
refried beans, drinks and
desserts will *be served.
Take-out boxes wilfalso be
available. Proceeds sup-
port the club's charities.
Donations of $7 for adults
and.$5 for children under
12 are suggested. Details:
683-9117.
First annual golf tour-
nament (4-person low ball)
Friday, Oct. 9 at Foxwood
Country Club in Crestview.
The $50 entry fee pet play-
-er (teams of 4) includes:
cart, soft drink/water and
lunch. Sign in starts at 7
a.m. and the shotgun start
is at 8 a.m.5 Hole sponsor-
ships available at $50 per
hole. Proceeds support
club charities: Details:
. 682-1416,;217-5869, or 682-
5324.
Holiday Decorating
Extravaganza' Tuesday,
Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. at the
Old Spanish Trail Shrine
Club, 971 U.S. Highway
90 West, featurmg Crest-
view native and nationally
recogmzed floral designer
Kirby Holt. Light refresh-
ments. Finished products
will be available for pur-


chase. Proceeds support
the club's charities. Tick-
ets are $10, and are avail-
able from club members,
at the. door, or by calling
683-9117.


learning more about gar-
dening is invited to visit or
join. Please call 682-2691 or
682-3639.
MARCHING BAND
PRESENTATION: The
FloridaBandmastersAsso-
ciation District 1 MPA will
be held Saturday, Oct. 10
at the Milton High School
Football Stadium from
2 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Crest-
view, Baker, Niceville,
Choctaw and Fort Walton
Beach High Schools will
participate. Come see and
listen to the best march-
ing bands of Santa Rosa,
Escambia and Okaloosa
Counties. Tickets are $5
for general admission and
$7 for VIP seating.
YMCA EVENTS: Join
the YMCA for $1 during
'their Dollar Day Block
party/Open House at
Crestview family YMCA,
298 N. Wilson Street,
.Creitview Oct. 17. Rm,
food, live entertainment
and many more activities
are planned. Attendance is
free to the public. The fee
to vend at titis event is $35
for members and $40 for
nonmembers. Call Adora
James at 689-2999 for fur-
ther details. .
The YMCA is also ac-
cepting furniture and ap-
pliance donations Oct. 15
and 16 from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.
for a yard sale fund-raiser.
If you would like a pick-up
service for the dotiations,
please call Adora James
at 689-2999 in advance to


schedule a date and time.
SOUP KITCHEN UP-
DATE: A fourth lunch has
been added to the soup
kitchen list. In addition to
being open Mondays and
Fridays,11a.m.tol2p.m.at
First Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd.; and
Wednesday, 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. at First Assembly of
God Church, 400 S. Ferdon
Blvd., Community of Christ
Church at 398 W. First
Ave. in Crestview is open
Thursday from 11 a.m. to
12 p.m. Come enjoy a free
meal and friendly compa-
ny, or come meet the staff
and sign up to help. All are
welcome and appreciated.
In addition, the YMCA
on Wilson St. in Crestview
now offers showers for
homelesspeopleMonday
and Friday evenings from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m. This ser-
vice is provided through
Opportunity Inc.
Immanuel church
members are in need of
bikes, which they repair
and issue to the homeless.
Please call 423-0711 if you
can assist with this ser-
vice.
MCCURLEY RE-
UNION: The McCurley.
family reunion starts at 10
a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 at
Baker Area Recreational
Center, 5503 U.S. Highway
4 in Baker. Come meet and
greet old and new family
members; bring a covered
dish to share.
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Saturday, October 3, 2009


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Season
Arece dg training
Crossbow
Muzzletoading
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Northwest Central *
-NNo 159 pt 6 Oct. 25
Nov. 30 Dec. 6 Oct. 26-30
Nov. 20-22 Oct. 31 Nov. 8
b. .Nov. 14 Jan. 24
Dec. 12 Feb. 17
Dec v. -2 an. 10
Dec. 12 Jan. 17
Nov. 14 March 7 Nov. 14 March 7


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Sept. 12 Oct. 11
Oct. 12-16
Oct. 17-25
Oct. 31 Jan. 10

Jan. 10
Nov. 14 March 7
Dec. 1 March 1
Mar. 6 April 11


New rules that regulate the keeping of
captive wildlife are now in effect. The Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) approved changes to laws
regulating captive wildlife in June after
considering staff recommendations and
gathering input from mdividuals, groups
and government agencies.
Newrqgulations provide that U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture-registered re-
search facilities must maintain a detailed
research proposal and meet the strength
requirements for cages and enclosures.
The provision does not include bison kept
for production of meat, skins or hides, or
propagation. Bison, when kept for propa-
gation only, are exempt from licensing and
caging requirements. .
Certain wildlife species have been re-
classified from Class II to Class I, includ-
ing cougar, cheetah, hyena and aardwolf.
Class I designation means the species is
among the most potentially dangerous
to humans. Class II animals are less po-
tentially dangerous but stB represent a
threat to public safety if not kept in suit-
able conditions.
A "grandfather" clause in the rule pro-
videsthatanyonepossessingClasslIwild-
life for personal use will not have to obtain
additional permits now that their animals'
classification has changed to Class I. All
Class I wildlife, except those for exhibition
or sale, must have permanent identifica-
tion devices microchipp, photographs of
identifying distinct features, such as tat-
toos, etc.). Although the new rules are in
effect, animal owners have until Jan. 1,
2010, to comply with the permanent identi-
fication requirement.
The FWC also reclassified certain wild-
life species from Class III to Class II, in-
cluding the American alligator, patas mon-
key, giraffe, okapi, tapir and certain wild
species of the bovidae (cow) family.
The experience requirements for Class
I and II wildlife possession call foi' docu-
mented experience in caring for the spe-
CHIC family Of the animal except for croco-
dilians, which require experience with
animals of the same biological order.
The FWC clarified regulations on the
documentation of experience for corpora-
tions: One must have a U.S. Department
of Agriculture license for possession of
Class I wildlife for exhibition or sple.
The FWC requires critical incident and
disaster plans for Class I, II and III wildlife
when the wildlife is housed or maintained
in Florida. In addition, the FWC mandates
critical incident and disaster plans for out-


of-state permit holders traveling in Flori-
da with Class I or II wildlife.
Barriers must be in place when uncon-
fined Class l or II wildlife are on exhibit to
the public. The FWC requires prior writ-
ten approval for certain Class I wildlife
for incidental contact with the public,
such as when the animals are under su-
pervisionandcontrolof thepermitholder
or handler but are subject to spectatorS
touching them.
Animal owners must maintain recordS
of animal acquisitions, sales and trans-
'fers for three years. Owners of Class I
and Class II animals must maintain re-
cords of animals' births and deaths. ..
Wild or domestic hybrids that are indis-
tinguishable (having more wild character-
istics than domestic) from the wild animal
will be regulated as wildlife. A permit is
requiredforpersonalpossessionofbrush-
tailed opossums. The new rules prohibit
personal possession of wild foxes, skunks,
bats, raccoons and white-tailed deer.
*
Nonprofit captive wildlife sanctuaries
providing lifetime care for unwanted or
frail captive wildlife are required to have
the animals permanently identified; the
FWC prohibits public contact with such
wildlife. People possessing performing
wildlife that can no longer perform due to
age or physical condition may continue to
possess the wildlife for lifetime care under
.
the exhibition/sale license. These animals
*
must also be permanently identified.
A rehabilitation permit is not a require-
ment for rehabilitating nonnative species.
Those rehabilitating native wildlife are
required to meet a timeline for rehabilita-
tion. It is illegal to commingle sick or injured
nonnative wildlife in the same cage or en-
closure with sick or injured, or otherwise
impaired, native wildlife. Nonnative wild-
life or domestic animals can be used for
fostering orphaned native wildlife.
Rehabilitation facilities or permitted
individuals may not release fully recov-
ered American alligators or American
crocodiles.
Transportation of wildlife must be ih a
cage or enclosure labeled "Live Animal."
The cage or enclosure must list the num-
ber of specimens and the common and sci-
entific names of the wildlife. If transporta-
tion is in a trailer, the access door must be
labeled "Live Animal," and the list of the
number of specimens and their common
and scientific names must be in the cab.
For more information on captive wild-
life, visit www.MyFWC.com/RULESAN-
DREGS/Rules10aptiveindex.htm.


B and~e ~ oterDec. 1 Mac 1Dc.1- Mrc 1


Commission meeting Dec.
9-10-in Clewiston.

RO ISH IOUfROMORI
Women anglers with or
without experience are in-

ed pR 1sphateP c e
Tournament, a bull redfish
catch, photo and relea

$15, rapm s ttbe
awarded. The two catego-
ries for the tournament are
the largest bull redfish and

mnod el eredfish caught
The event begins at 1
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at
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After fishing from 3-8
p.m., a post-tournament
Halloween bash (costumes
optional) will be at Heming-
way's Island Grill in Pen-
a la Beach. The public is

The entre peae $125 on
your own boat, and $250 per
angler if you need a captain
and a boat assignment. .
Annual Fishin' Chx
membership is $50 and re-

tqui to participate in tho
the proceeds benefits Cov-
enant Hospice and the Guy

Harj aOilesean unedaitoen,
call 8580 9 4 44,mor visit


Oct. 6 open house
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) invites
everyone with an interest
in bobwhite quail ritanage

nMe M geBla ater
(WMA) in Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa counties to an

T3e{8 pna thOec er ak
Recreation Area, 2914 Bear
Lake Road, near Munson.
Proposals to enhance
il at and ihm

on a portion of Blackwater
WMA will be discussed for
n u3 n nche

mhent Are In addition a
agreement, the area may be
ito different hunting
For details, visit www.
MyFWC.coP o d laund

Changes. Those who would
like to comment on the pro-
posals but cannot attend

theigworkshoKpdan de man
MyFWC.com. The pro-
posal and an overview will
be presented at the FWC


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FIED THAT: Legal # 100872 PLAT THEREOF, RE- Legal # 100882 Attorney for Personal
CORDED IN PLAT YOU ARE NOTIFIED Representative: Nathan
All creditors of the de- IN THE CIRCUIT BOOK .22, PAGE 68, IN THE CIRCUIT that an action to quiet D. Boyles Florida Bar
cement and other per- COURT FOR OF THE sons claiming or de- OKALOOSA COUNTY, ORDS OF OKALOOSA OKALOOSA COUNTY, described property lo- Main Street Crestview,
mancis against FLORIDA FILE NO. COUNTY FLORIDA FLORIDA CASE NO.: cated in Okaloosa Florida 32536 Tele-
decedent's estate in- 2009CP000886C DIVI- 09-CP-1040 County, Florida: phope: (850)689-85()5
clouding unmatured, SION PROBATE Any erson claiming an LAKEWOOD ESTATES
contingent or unliqui, interest in the surplus IN RE: ESTATE OF LOTS 20 TO 26 IliCLU- Personal Representa-
dated claims, must file IN RE: ESTATE OF from the sale, if any, HAROLD JOHN CLEM- SIVE, BLOCK H. ALL tive: Pamela Darlene
their claims with this DORIS JUNE LAM- other than the property ENT, LYING AND BEING IN Fleming Baggett 1272
court WITHIN THREE BERT owner os of the date of Deceased. SECTION 09, TOWN- Georgia Avenue Baker,
MONTHS AFTER THE Deceased. Ils pendens must file a SHIP 2 NORTH, Florida 32531
DATE OF THE FIRST claim with 60 days after NOTICE TO CREDI- RANGE 25 WEST.
PUBLICATION OF NOTICE TO CREDI- the sale. TORS has been filed against 9/26/2009
THIS NOTICE, TORS you and you are re- 10/3/2009
DON W. HOWARD The administration of qulred to serve a copy
All other creditors of The administration of As Clerk of the Court the estate of Harold of your written de-
the decadent and per- the estate of Doris June By: Viki Jackson John Clement, de- fences, if any, to it on
song having claims or Lambert, deceased, As Deputy Clerk ceased, whose date of Nathan D. Boyles, LEGAL#120370
demands agalsnt the whose date of death death was June 16, plaintiffs' attorney
decedent's estate, in- was April 9, 2009, and Dated this 18 day of 2009 and whose social whose address is 204 IN THE CIRCUIT
cluding unmatured, whose social security September, 2009. security number is North Main Street; COURT OF THE
contingent or unliqui- number is 045-18-8648, is pend- Crestview, Florida FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
dated claims, must file XXXXX-XXXX, file num- IMPORTANT ing in the Circuit Court 32536 on or before CUIT
thelf claims with this ber 2009CP000886C, is in accordance with the for Okaloosa County, October 13, 2009 and IN AND FOR
court WITHIN THREE pending in the Circuit Americans with Disabil- ,Florida, Probate Divi- file the original with the OKALO CAOUNTY,
MONTHS AFTER THE Court for Okaloosa ities Act, person need- sion, the address of clerk of this court either CIVIL ACTION CASE
DATE OF THE FIRST Count Florida, Pro- ing a reasonable ac- which is 101 E. James before service on plain-
PUBLICATION OF bate Ivision; the ad- commodation to partic- Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL tiffs' attorney or imme. NO:2007CA1377S
THIS NOTICE dress of which is 101 E. Ipate in this proceeding 32536. The names and diately thereafter; oth. FILE NO:F07007131
James Lee Blvd, Crest- should, no later than addresses of the per- erwise a default will be
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO view, FL. 32536. The seven (7) days prior, sonal representative entered against you for TLAOSNA E B SOC%
FILED WILL BE FOR- names and addresses contact the Clerk of the and the personal the relief demanded in TION AS TRUSTEE
EVER BARRED. of the personal repre- COurt;s disability coor- representative's attor- the complaint or peti-
sentative and the per- dinator at 8506517497, ney are set forth below. tion. MN LULSTODIAN NFOR
Notwithstanding the sonal representative's 1250 N EGLIN PWK
time periods set forth attorney are forth be- SUITE A114, All creditors of the de- DATED on September MORTGAGE INVES-
above, any claim filed low. SHALIMAR FL, 32579. cedent and other per- 1,2009. TORS, INC. 2006-RM3
two (2) years or more If hearing impaired, sons having claims or BY: SAXON MORT-
after the decedent's All creditors of the de- contact (TDD) demands against DON HOWARD GAGE- SERVICES, INC.
date of death is cedent and other per- 8009558771 via Florida decedent's estate on As Clerk of the Court AS ITS
barred, sons having claims or Relay System. whom a copy of this ATTORNEY-IN-FACT, .
demands against notice has been served By:Kitty Sims Plaintiff,
The date of the first decedent's estate on Ben-Ezra & Katz RA. must file their claims As Deputy Clerk
publication of this No- whom a copy of this Attorney for Plaintiff with this court WITHIN vs.
tice is September 26, notice is required to be 2901 Stirling Road, THE LATER OF 3 09/12/2009
2009. served must file claims SuIte 300 MONTHS AFTER THE 09/19/2009 WESLEY L. YOUNG, et
with this court WITHIN Fort Lauderdale, Flor- TIME OF THE FIRST 09/26/2009 al,
Attorney for Personal THE LATER OF 3 ida 33312 PUBLICATION OF 10/03/2009 Defendant(s).
Re resentative: MONTHS AFTER THE Telephone : THIS NOTICE OR 30
SA UEL L. PEEK TIME OF THE FIRST 305-770-4100 DAYS AFTER THE NOTICE OF RE-
222 Government PUBLICATION OF Fax: 305-653-2329 DATE OF SERVICE OF SCHEDULED FORE-
Street, Suite D THIS NOTICE OR 30 A COPY OF THIS NO. LEGAL#120367 CLOSURE SALE
Niceville, Florida 32578 DAYS AFTER THE 09/26/09 TICE ON THEM. IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE IS HEREBY
Telephone DATE OF SERVICE OF 10/03/09
850-678-1178 A COPY OF THIS NO- All other creditors of COURTFOR GIVEN pursuant to an
or a Bar No.: TICE ON THEM. Legal # 100881 tpheersdecedheantinandclother OFPORODOASARCOOBUAN deecrlosurFle eddu g
All other creditors of IN THE CIRCUIT or demands against DIVISION FILE 9-14, 2009 and entered
Personal Representa- the decedent and other COURT OF THE decedent's estate must NO.2009CP000845C in Case NO.
tive: persons having claims F RST JUDICIAL CIR. file their claims with this 2007-CA-1377-S of the
Ralph V. Calhoun, Jr. or demands against CUlT, IN AND FOR court WITHIN 3 IN RE: ESTATE OF Circuit Court of the
271* S Bayshore Drive decedent's estate must OKALOOSA COUNTY, MONTHS AFTER THE ALEX BAGGETT, JR. FIRST Judicial Circuit
Valparaiso FL 32580 file their claims with this FLORIDA PROBATE DATE OF THE FIRST Deceased. in and for OKALOOSA
court WITHIN 3 DIVISION CASE NUM- PUBLICATION OF County, Florida
09/26/09 MONTHS AFTER THE BER 2009-CP-1058 THIS NOTICE. NOTICE TO CREDI- wherein LASALLE
10/03/09 DATE OF THE FIRST TORS BANK NATIONAL AS-
PUBLICATION OF IN RE: Estate of ALL CLAIMS NOT SO . SOCIATION, AS TRUS-
THISNOTICE NDREW F. GIESEN qLMEED PW ODNS SHd Thhee.ad nistrationAl FTRAMNEDRRCLULFI.%CAN

Legal # 100871 ALL CLAIMS NOT Deceased. FORTH IN SECTION Baggett, Jr., deceased, MORTGAGE INVES-
FILED WITHIN THE 733.702 OF THE FLOR. whose date of death TORS, INC. 2006-RMS
IN THE CIRCUIT TIME PERIODS SET NOTICE TO CREDI- IDA PROBATE CODE was April 23, 2009, afid BY: SAXON MORT-
COURT FOR FORTH IN SECTION TORS WILL BE FOREVER whose social security GAGE SERVICES; I CS

E2 E ATTHE R ORE ss n e A TR M3S D C f 7 CAh
09-CP-894 DIVISION NOTWITHSTANDING 2 9-CP-1058, iNum ANY CLAIM FILED County, Florida, Pro- are the Defendants, I

CNHREREEL ONFN EE FTREH OOVD ngi teClacuit ourt E(2)A EEARRSTOE en c ithle01a willdsebe bhedhirgh t
Deceased. ATWO (CM EARSFILED FI ridha, to addkresso DEdTEHD NBASR TE OF C sesieLee Bou rdda casO t SOHFALICM R IN
NOTICEOTOSCREDI- MEOCREEDE EDRATETOE ProCboa ho @ The date of first publi- 3 s se o mhees d ONTMARDONNEX OaF
DEATH IS BARRED. sion Post Office Box cation of this Notice is sona representative 11:00AM, on the 16 day

heen td i atoP t ist ot@blis Le B levEa J Octobe 3,fo Persohal hb

n rtn 9-C -3 dS ptember 2r6,2P onal 1Pa5n oa dr T e renn tive: Probate, et o sper- SOTBD ROSB OCPK
Coun Florida, Pro- Representative: tentative and the er- Dawn Ellis, for the firm demands against SU ISION, -
bate th d A. Wayne Williamson sonal Representative's Attprney for Personal decedent's estate on CORDING TO THE
dress is ch ie RO 0 rd 2 Bar No. rneys are set forth Re resent ye Number: whtcm ar i eddtoth R CTORDHEREOFP AS
DRAWER 135Ft Welton & Williamson, 0091979 served must file their BOOK 3, AT PAGE 79,

3S6s 9 address e 0 South Ferdon credit rs hehe pdee- "IO. ox 9C ty, Florida witNhH is co DT OFP TROESCA
r ivepe n natnh eppeeer edtview, Florida a das ain 33 ) 2 5444 STTHTSMPEN AE E AA 2 OUTWHE
attorney are set forth T85042-2p20h one : whtcm.iar ireddtoth P sonal Representa- 30 DAYS AFTER THE BEACHFL32548
ow. served Ynust file their Chelyl Ann Tomarelli DATE OF SERVICE OF Any person claiming an
ALL INTERESTED Personal Representa- claims with this court 57 Greenwood Circle A COPY OF THIS NO- interest in the surplus
PERSONS ARE NOTI- tive: WITHIN THE LATER Seymour, CT 06483 TICE ON THEM, from the sale, if any,
FIED THAT: D9a s mLa7e TOHFE3 TM NTHOFA HR 0 IAh det:re tdorsth rthanof e f

Alldcreditord hthe de- Baker, FI 32531 F TTHISpNBT\CCAETION perso sm h ng la ms aLib nd n mu t
ce n or pdee 09/26/09 30 DAYS AFTER THE decedent's estate must (60) days after the sale.

d nt's as at ai 10/OS/09 DACOP OSFER I NOOF LEGAL#120352 8t ir ciW Ts th thi S)S M 0 AN
excluding unmatured, TICE ON THEM. IN THE CIRCUIT DATE OF THE FIRST
n LeglN H1 Om3CUIT tAh s rdhe3 dor thm S COCT E eur fowtTd Circuit

MONTHS AFTER THE COURT OF THE or demands against TIME PERIODS SET By:Beth McDonald
DATE OF THE FIRST FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- decedent's estate must
PUBLICATION OF CUIT OF FLORIDA IN file their claims with this NATHAN D. BOLES, F303R7TO2 ON THSEECFTLOORN Deputy Clerk
THIS NOTICE. ANOUFNO OCKASLEONOOSA MoONTHS WA HR THE aintiffs, ALL PRBOEBATFEORC GloridaP.LDefault Law
All other creditors of 08-CA-2704 DATE OF THE FIRST VS BARRED. RO.Tox 25018

ns hdaev s SUBRUSTSUNT 3SLNCATTCOEN OF HE N REVABROWN, M OD T3 2p2 018 Florida
decedent s estate, in- MORTGAGE, INC., ALL CLAIMS NOT SO et, IMPORTANT

Id m r Plalntiff, H2P CFTL NO CE OF ACTION aeci ans sho hs b
cho rc IN ThH TERRY C. HARRIS et IDA PROBATE CODE BOOWNHELEN REVA DEATH IS BARRED. sea itiesacco m na
MONTHS AFTER THE defendants. LRLREDBE FOREVER REVA MARIE BROWN The date of first publi- tiori to participate in
DATE OF THE FIRS CANDY LEE PRESTON cation of this notice s this proceeding should
8LNCOATTCOEN OF NCOLTOC OE S REE- OETWITMESTAPNEDR\NG JALMAENSTDHONOSTON September 26th, 2009 c tact Co 1Ad nis
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO SET FORTH ABOVE,
FILED WILL'BE FOR- NOTICE IS H REBY ANY CLAIM FILED
EVER BARRED. GIVEN pursuant to a Fl- TWO (2) YEARS OR
nal Judgment of Fore- MORE AFTER THE
Notwithstanding the closure dated Septem- DECEDENT'S DATE OF
time periods set forth ber 17, 2009, and en- DEATH IS BARRED.
a ove anear a d 0e8reC -2 04, 0 tehe Nor The date of the first
after the decedent's cuit Court of the First publication of this No-
date of death is Judicial Circilit in and tice is October 3, 2009.
rred.ate of the first f6 O Uloosa i SnNOARLN PFRORE


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Mailed Outside-County Representative
Paid Subscriptions FloridaBarNo.503789
Stated on PS Form Sitsith, Samer &
3541: DeMaria
Average: 93 Post Office Box 12446
Actual: 89 Pensacola, Florida
32593-2446
Mailed in-County Sub- Telephone :
scriptions Stated on PS 850-434-2761
Form 3541:
Average: 1240 Personal Representa-
Actual: 1144 tive:
Wachovia Bank, N.A.
Paid Distribution Out- Estate Settlement Servi
side the Milils Iricluding ice Group
Sales Through Dealers Two North Jeffersoh
and Carriers, Street Street
Vendors, Counter St. Louis, MO 63103
Sales, and Other Pald
Distribution Outside 10/03/09
USPS: 10/10/09
Average: 574
Actual: 357


Paid Distribution by
Other Classes of Mail
Through the USPS:
Average: 0
Actual: 0
.
Total Paid Distribution:
Average: 1907
Actual: 1590
Total Free or Nominal
Rate Distribution:
Average: 0
Actual: 0
Total Distribution:
Average: 1907
Actual: 1590
Copies not Distributed:
Average: 267
Actual: 423
Total:
Average: 2174
Actual: 2013
Percent Paid:


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Legal # 100869
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION FILE NUM-
BER 09-CP-925 DIVI-
SION -
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FAYE TELFORD KING
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Faye Tel-
fors King, deceased,
File Number
09-CP-925, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
RO. DRAWER 1359,
CRESTVIEW, FL
32536-1359. The
names and address of
the personal represent-
ative and the personal
re resentat be ttor-

ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands, against
decedent's estate, in-
ondt gent unmatured,
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served must file their
claims with this Court

EHEM B

RONTHO HIDAYS AF-
S VIfHEOFMATECO
TOHFE THIS NOTICE ON
AII other creditors of
the decadent sand per-
ad i s


t cTitms m
thelr claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
.MAOTNETHOSF ATFTEERFI E
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE


A1.EERD REDBEOTFOSRO
Notwithstanding the
time periods set forth
above, any claim flied
two (2) years or more
aft the dde ent
barred.
The date of the first
ubli ati p r
2009-


Mm yn Personal
222 Government
Street, Suite D
Nicevllie, Florida 32578
850-6178e11p78h one :
Flora Bar No.:

9sonal Representa-
tive:


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Legal # 100870
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PR BATNEUDM ESRON
09-C 795 DIVISION


DNO CATLEHO
NOTICEOTROSCREDI-

The administration of
tCh Ihestate odeLols
File Number
09-CP-795, is ending
in the Circuit ourt for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
RO. DRAWER 1359,
CRESTVIEW, FL
32536-1359. The
names and addresses
of the personal repre-
sentative and the per-
sonal representative's
attorney are set folith
below.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE NOTI-


Average: 100%
Actual: 100%
Publication of State-
mentofOwnership:' '
October 3, 2009
Karen E. Hanes
VP/Publisher
September 25, 2009
I certify that all informal
tion furnished on this
form is true and com-
plete. I understand that
anyone who furnishes
false or.misleading in-,
formation on this form
or w fo iornaterr
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32536-3515; telephone
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LEGAL#120371
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUCDU@IAL CIR-
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462008CA006085
FILE NO:F08095063
CHASE HOME Fl-
A FLLC,

vs
BARBARA A. WEBB, et
al, .
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
September 14, 2009
and entered in Case
N O .
46-2008-CA-006085 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Flbrida
wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and BARBARA
A. WEBB; CLAIRE'S
VINEYARD OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at CRESTVIEW:
UTTHH'FRONRLD R
COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00AM, on
the 21 day of October,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 13, BLOCK C,
CLAIRE'S VINEYARD,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 20,
PAGES 76 AND 77 IN
THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF COURT,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 4820 GROVE
STREET, CRESTVIEW,
FL 325390000
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
w rthanofh epr Trty
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
,u2009cm September
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Invoice To: .
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25014
m2p2 018 .Florida
IMPORTANT
accorndsanc wD" 1
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
s ci a ammod
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
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3 5; telephoFLd
number (850)
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7497, prior to the pro-
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9/26/2009
10/3/2009

LEGAL#120372
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALO A COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA1794S
FILE NO:F07010231

ISOBNCALBANK AUSSSA6CN
TION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR WELLS FARGO
ASSET SECURITIES
CORPORATION HOME
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ASSET-BACKED CER.
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLARD C. COLLIER,
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE.
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY


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3, 2009 Classifieds



GIVEN pursuant to an TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, nieral we ine surplus through, under or
Order Rescheduling RANGE 24 WEST, from the sale, if arty, against that Defendant'
Foreclosure Sale dated OKALOOSA COUNTY, ither than the property and all claimants, per
September 16, 2009 FLORIDA, ACCORD. owner as of the date of sons or parties, natural

aNh C2 Otu9CA-1u 94 So 8, ESP ( a2 ne t ns x a s 2
FIRST Judicial Circuit AND 60; TOGETHER W NESS MY HAND any of the above
in and for OKALOOSA WITH SURVEYOR'S and the seal of this named or described
County, Florida AFFIDAVIT RE- Court on September 22 Defendants.
wherein HSBC BANK CORDED IN OFFICIAL 2009.
SOAIATNO PANSALTRA R2E1C80RADTSPAIGE B1007K Don W. Howard F "DARhEatHER tTo
TEE FOR WELLS OF THE PUBLIC REC- Clerk of the Circuit forec olla mortgage
FARGO ASSET SECU- ORDS OF SAID Court t locatedwl pP m
RITIES CORPORATION COUNTY. ?
HOME EQUITY has been filed against By:Vicki Jackson Beach County, Floridao
ASSET-BACKED CER- you and you are re- Deputy Clerk STNITRLINNGO.SH ES, 4
F CATT, the SP ulredolo s eea co e Glorida RLDefault Law CON ONMINIUTM, TAHCE

EdRWILLARDOCOL OLE fenses,11-3yd orbo R uBpox25018 DECLARATION OF
VILLAS OWNERS' AS- Florida Default Law Tampa, Florida CONDOMINIUM RE- ,
SOCIATION, INC.; are Group, P.L., Plaintiffs 33622-5018 CORDED IN O.R.
tshe tDe ndai sti will attorney 9whosCora IMPORTANT B1O80K AN3D21,ALLPAEGXE
best bidder for cash at rate Lake Drive, Spite in accordance withthe HIBITS AND AMEND-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT 300, Tampa, Florida Americans with Disa- MENTS THEREOF,
OF CLERK'S FRONT 33634, and file the ong- abilities Act, persons PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DOOR OF SHALIMAR inal with this Court el- with disabilities need- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ther before service on ing special accommo- FLORIDA. .
the 19 day of October, Plaintiffs attorney or nation to participate in
2009, the following de- immediately thereafter; this proceeding should A/K/A: 1751 SCENIC
dihb sp pe dasu t otheerwtisba d ault will. tc tact Co%1Ad n GSHIN98L SU2MT 702,
ment: for the relief demanded Lee Boulevard East,
UNIT 306, POOLSIDE in the Complaint or pe- Crestview, FL, has been filed against
VILLAS, A CONDOMIN- tuition. 32536-3515; telephone you and you .are re-
IUM, ACCORDING TO This notice shall be number (850) quired to serve a co y
THE DECLARATION published orice each 689-5000, Extension of your written e
OF CONDOMINIUM week for two consecu- 7497, prior to the pro- fences, If any, to it on
THEREOF RECORDED tive weeks in the Crest- feeding. or Shalimar Kristin L. Coomber,
IN OFFICIAL REC- view News Bulletin. (850) 651-7497 Greenteld & Coomber,

RDB1C)OKPU nTt 28d f Sp PaO rAd ce with the t 0 10 e0tt
OKALOOSA COUNTY, tember,2009 Americans with Disa- Boca Raton, Florida
FLORIDA, TOGETHER bllities Act, persons 33433 and file the origi-
WITH AN UNDIVIDED Don W. Howard with disabilities need- nal with the clerk of this
INTEREST IN THE Clerk of the Court ing speclaI accommo- court (PO Box 1359,
COMMON ELEMENTS nation to participate in Crestview, FL
APPURTENA N.T By:Anita Cantrall this proceeding should 32536-1359) on or be-
THERETO, SUBJECT As Deputy Clerk contact Court Adminis- fore November 9, 2009
TO AND IN ACCORD. tration at 1250 N. E lin on Plaintiffs attorney or,
ANCE WITH THE COV- Florida Detault Law Parkway, Shallmar, L, immediately thereafter;
ENANTS, CONDI- Group, RL, 32579; telephone num- otherwise a default will
TIONS, RESTRIQ- RO. Box 25018 ber (850) 651-7497, be entered against you
TIONS TERMS AND Tampa, Florida prior to the proceeding. for the relief demanded
PROVISIONS AS SET 33622-5018 9/26/2009 in the complaint or peti-
FORTH IN SAID DEC- 10/3/2009 tion.
LARATION. IMPORTANT Dated on 9-23, 2009.
In accordance, with the
A/K/A 300 GULF Americans with Disa- LEGAL#120379 Don W. Howard
SHORE DRIVE, DES- bilities Act, persons As Clerk of the Court
TIN, FL 32541 with disabilities need- IN THE CIRCUIT
ing special accommo- COURT OF THE 1ST BY: Beth McDonald
Any person claiming an nation to participate in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN As Deputy Clerk
interest in the surplus this proceeding should AND FOR OKALOOSA
from the sale, if any, contact Court Adminis- COUNTY, FLORIDA 10/3/2009
other than the property traction at 101 James CASE 10/10/2009
owner as of the date of Lee Boulevard East, NO:46-2009tA-
the Lis Pendens must Crestview, FL, 003685
file a claim within sixty 32536-3515; telephone = *
(60) days after the sale. number (850) THE BANK OF NEW *
689-5000, Extension YORK MELLON FKA | 1120
WITNESS MY HAND 7497, prior to the pro- THE BANK OF NEW Elk Lo 'llark
and the seal of this exceeding; or Shalimar YORK AS TRUSTEE Sh sot sta2e9:00 a.T
Court on September (850) 651-7497 FOR THE CERTIFI- Se t. 26, 2009. Goo
18, 2009. IMPORTANT CWAATLTE HINL DAETERS drives itchome dnjoy tdhe.
Don W. Howard in accordance with the NATIVE LOAN TRUST ay w goo len s.
Clerk of the Circuit Americans with Disa- 2005-57CB MORGAGE Hwy 90 Eastfoll to
Court bilities Act, persons PASS-THROUGH CER- Fairchild Rd ow
with disabilities need- TIFICATES, SERIES signs.
By:Beth McDonald ing special accommo- 2005-57CB,
Deputy Clerk nation to participate in PlaintWf SUDDEN IMPACT
this proceeding should 1 4 U
Florida Default Law contact Court Adminis- vs. Fall/Spring/Summer .
Group, RL. traction at 1250 N. E lin- team tryouts under-
RO. Box 25018 Parkway, Shalimar, L, RYAN B. ORR A/K/A way. Lookin for fast
Tampa, Florida 32579; telephone num- RYAN ORR, et al., pitch softball players
33622-5018 ber (850) 651-7497, Defendants ages 13 &14 yrs. old '
prior to the proceeding, to play on travel
IMPORTANT 9/26/2009 NOTICE OF ACTION team. Contact Coach
Ir) accordance wth the 10/3/2009 AI Reyna @
Americans with Disabil- TO: RYAN B. ORR 850-621-6026
ities Act, persons with A/K/A RYAN ORR 3994
diseac tiesaccom na LEGAL#120374 ItNURFI N32CO1URT DES-
t on to participate in
this proceeding should IN THE CIRCUIT AND TO: All persons 1180
contact Court Adminis- COURT OF THE claiming an interest by, White Male 5'9" 175
traction at 101 James FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- through, underor 70's Retired. Searching
Lee Boulevard East, CUlT against the aforesaid for a white lady 5'5'
Crestview, FL, IN AND FOR Defendant(s). slender weight,
53b6-3515; telep 05n OKAL COUNTY, YOU ARE HEREBY NO- 7 s ite6R2LB PO 2
689-5000, Extension CIVIL ACTION CASE TIFIED that an action to 876, Crdstview, Fla.
7497, prior to the pro- NO:462008CA002898 foreclose a mortgage 32536 or call
exceeding. or Shalimar FILE NO:F08029991 on the following de- 850-689-8038
(850) 651-7497 ascribed property lo-
LASALLE BANK NA- cated in Okaloosa
IMPORTANT TONAL ASSOCIA- County, Florida:
Anm @rndsanwehw hatb NO EH F ORU E 8 B CACCCOld -
ities Act, persons with HOME EQUITY TRUST ING TO THE PLAT
disabilities needing 2 0 0 6 1 4 THEREOF AS RE- ,
special accommoda- ASSET-BACKED CER- CORDED IN PLAT
tion to participate in TIFICATES SERIES BOOK 17, PAGE(S) 30 so a
this proceeding should 2006-14, AND 31, OF THE PUB-
contact Court Adminis- Plaintiff, LIC RECORDS OF
tration at 1250 N. Eglin OKALOOSA COUNTY* 21oo Pots
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, vs- FLORIDA. 2110 Pets: Free to
32579; telephone num- has been filed against Good Home
ber (850) 651-7497, SCOTT A. MEANS, et you, and you are re- 2120-PetSupplies
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SCHEDULED F Marder, P.A., Default
CLOSURE SALE Department, Attorneys
LEGAL#120373 NOTICE IS HEREBY dorresPla tiff6 hosee
INTHECIRCUIT, Gir N puRses te lian South, Suite 700, 100 2100
COURT OF THE r Sale dat West Cypress Creek
FIRST JUCDU@IAL CIR- t bu 17, 0009 R 3 d aLadudteredade
IN AND FOR and entered in ase original with the Clerk
OKALOOSA COUNTY, N O on or before November
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County, Florida handed in the Com-
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NA SUCCESSOR BY BANK NATIONAL AS- WITNESS MY HAND .
MERGER TO WELLS SOCIATION, AS TRUS- AND SEAL OF SAID
GAARGGEOINI-IOME MORT- GESEMONOBMEEHAE UlO CO RT 2etrh 80023 day .



FU TUS)TK/A sDai Cdurt 3100 a
Defendantss. TRATION SYSTEMS, This is an attempt to lancer is
NOTICE OF ACTION INCORPORATED, AS collect a debt. Any in- 3130 Auctions
NOMINEE FOR COUN- formatlan obtained will 3140 Baby items

MELA C. FAUST CRO ODRE INNAN ARL s sed for that pur.. Building Supplies
RSETSS:2KnOWNitan u NNER N S 10/3/2009 Ich s
i e6 Crestview, FL pendants, 11 will sell to 10/10/2009 tectonics
the highest and best 3220 Furniture
CURRENT ADDRESS: TVI : caS UT LEGAL#120380 arage/Yard Sales
UNKNOWN FRONT DOOR OF THE 3250 Good Things to Eat
OKALOOSA COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT 3200 Health & Fitness
ANY AND ALL UN COURTHOUSE at COURT OF THE 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
KNOWN PARTIES 11:00AM, on the 27th .FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 3280 Machinery/
CLAIMING BY, day of October, 2009 CUIT IN AND FOR Equipment
THROUGH, UNDER, the following described OKALOOSA COUNTY, 3290 Medical Equipment
AND AGAINST THE 9 et forth FLORIDA CASE 3300 Miscellaneous
HIEDRUEAN NAMDDFENND 3F au g t n NO.:2009-CA-003603 us in thrunabo8nts
ANT WHO ARE Npr A CONDOMINIUM, TO! FLAGSTAR BANK, 3330 uerant/Hotel
KNO N TO BE DEAD GATHER WITH ITS UN- FSB, as40 sporting Goods
OARIDALUNENOWWHNETPHAERR D MEON SEHL MEENTOSF Plaintiff, 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
RMSATY CLAIM OT FARCILITIEASPPU ND vs.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- NANYE RIGHTS, MORE PHILLIP E. BROOKS, et 3220
VISEES, GRANTEES, PARTICULARLY DE- al.,
OR OTHER CLAIM- SCRIBED IN THE DEC- De pendant ( s ) 2 pc Leather Sofa &
ANTS LARATION OF CON- Iove Seat new in crates,
DOMINIUM RE. AMENDED NOTICE Full warr. Retail $1899,
LAST KNOWN AD- CORDED IN OFFICIAL OF ACTION sacrifice $785. Can
DRESS:UNKNOWN RECORDS BOOK separate, 850 471-0330
2704, PAGE 2908, OF TO: Charles Scott Sey- Brand Name Mattress,
CURRENT ADDRESS. THE PUBLIC REC- mour last known resl- Queen Pllowtop w/
UNKNOWN ORDS OF OKALOOSA dence : 1751 Scenic foundation. New. $185
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Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
LAUREL HILL It has been a rough start
for the Laurel Hill volleyball team.
* The Hoboes, who were 2-7 following
a loss to Pleasant Home, Ala., have just
three returning players from last year's
varsity team on the squad.
"I'm only returning three players off
last year's team, and only two of them,
Brittany Kelly and Elizabeth VanWinkle,
really have any experience," Hobo coach
.Kent Zessin said. "And Elizabeth is the
only starter off last year's team."
Fortunately for the Hoboes, both of
their wins have been in District 1-1A
"Right now, we are seeded second in
the district (behind Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian), and we have a shot (at winning the
district tournament)," Zessin said. "We
can come in there and be the winner or
.runner up in the district and make the
state playoffs again, and you never know
what will happen."
For the past few years, the Hoboes re-
Hed on Katie Free, who now plays for Pen-
sacola Junior College, to provide instant
offensive. The high-flying Free was a pow-
erful threat to be dealt with whether she
was at the net or roaming the back line.
Laurel Hill has been forced to adopt a


different style of play without a big hitter-
"Offensively, we are nothing like we
were last year with Katie," Zessin said,
"but defensively, they do a pretty good job
at getting to the spots and getting in cov-
erages-
"I'm lacking that one girl (who can
dominate). In lA, if you've got that one
girl, you can go a long way, and I'm just
trying to find her. We've got some young
girls that are coming up that have poten-
tial to be that girl."
Zessin knew counting into the season
he would have to rely on defense, but he
didn't think the team would be as good as
it is defensivelY
"I've really been surprised by our de-
fense with how they've stepped in from
last year and picked up ori it," he said-
"There's no doubt about it."
Zessin might have a young team, but
that hasn't changed his scheduling phi-
losophY
"I try to play up (in competition) every
year," he said. "You pretty much try to
play the usual teams every year. You try
to play your locals and try to keep it close
(the travel distance)-
"There are not a lot of 1A schools in the
area, so you are going to have to play up -
without traveling too far. Your budget just
doesn't allow you to travel far."




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SCHEDULE

Rd school volleyball
Crestview at SE
ChallengeTBA

Monday
High school volleyball
Pace at BakerJV 5
p.m.N 6 p.m.
Middle school volleyball
St. Mary's at Shoal River
Davidson at Pryor

Tuada col cross country
Baker at Paxton, 3:30;
P.m.
Crestview at Pace, 5 .
p.m.

High school volleyball
Niceville at Crestview,
Fresh.4 p.m.JV 5 p.m.N 6

Laurel Hill at Rocky
Bayou, JV 5 p.m.N 6 p.m.
jV football
FlomaionAla.,at Baker,
p.m.
Freshmen football
Fort Walton Beach at
Crestview, 6 p.m..

Christian Thomhave
Meniorial Golf
Tournament
The Christian Thombave
Memorial Scholarship Fund
GolfTournament is set
for Oct.23 at Foxwood
Country Club.
Proceeds from the
annual tournament go
to provide scholarships
to local students at
Northwest Florida State
College.
* The two-person lowball
tournament starts at

"iB :il:::
according to handicaps
and playing ability. Prizes
will be awarded in each
flig .try fee for the
tournament is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non members.
Checks can be made
payable to Foxwood
Country Club.
For more formation,
call B.J.Thombave at 682-
2012 0r 826-2012.
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BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is hosting a
fundraising raffle with the
grand prize being a deer
hunt in Kentucky valued as
$2,000.
h elf wi-dayNhun s
sc ov. in
Christian County, Ky., and
includes five days of lodging'
five days of hunting and
$150 in cash.
Raffle ticl each or six for $100.
Drawing will be held Oct.
24 at the BAYA gaine.You
do not need to be present
to wm.

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


LAUREL HILL VOLLEYBALL


In 80 0 f S Ip

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LaureL Hill s

VOlleyball team has
.
just three semors
.Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

LAUREL HILL-Evenbysmallschool
standards, the Laurel HU volleyball
team has a small senior class.
The class has three members:
Elizabeth VanWinkle, Brittany Kelly
and 'lityen Morris.
VanWinkle is the most experi-
enced of the class, having been on
the varsity team since her freshman
year. Kelly started some last season.
And Morris was on the jumor varsity
team last year.
Hobo coach Kent Zessin knows
the importance of the seniors to the
team.
"Wh6n they (the seniors) get
down, the young ones get down," he
said. "We talk about heart and we
talk about the leadership role for
them.
"I told them half-way through
their senior season they may or may
not play any more. I told them you've
got seven or eight matches left to
make your season how you want to
remember it. You are either going
to remember it as horrible year or
as a year you had fun and woit a few
games and know you did your best."
VanWinkle and Kelly have em-
br edthte eadershmpt them

(the other players) because most
of them are returning JV, and they
don't know how hard it is to be on
thevarsityplayinglevel,"VanWinkle
said. "So Pm trying to motivate and
get them wanting to play at a varsity
level.
"I'm a very big talker. I yell a lot
on the court. It helps them to know
where to go and when to get there."
The transition from spot starter
to leader on the team has been dif-
ficult at tizhes for Kelly.
"It was very hard the start of the
year because we had a lot of neiv
starters, and we had to get them sit-
uated," she said. "And with me get-
ting used to what I have to do also, it
was very, very confusing.
"A lot of the girls are strong, too,
and it's hard to get their heads in
the game while you are trying to get
your head into the game. It takes a
toll on me and Lizzy to get every-
body in the zone where they want to
play."
Zessin believes one of the biggest
challenges for his senior class is the
lack of varsity experience in the oth-
er classes.
''It's not so much the seniors, but
when you mix in the inexperience of
all the varsity kids (it's difficult)," he
said.,"It would be different if, with
these three seniors, 1 had three
more varsity players that played
last year' as underclassmen. But
wheit you throw these girls in there
that have never played at the varsity
level, they can get a little frustrated
at times with them.
"That's something I'm trying to
teach them, is they have to be patient
with these underclassmen, and they
ha1ve to role m job witliit,.especially at practices.
They know what I'm asking them to
do and those kind of things."
Zessin knows he can count on his
seniors to be leaders on and off the
floor,
"They are leaders in our school,"
he said. "Elizabeth is No. 1 m her
class and is probably going to be the
valedictorian. To have that on your
team is just an honor,
"Most of the girls are making As
and Bs. They know school comes
first, the class comes first, and then
the court."


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