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view last everiing for the
first annual National Con-
ference on Child Online
Protectiort.'lie conference
continues through today.
It's not a typical profes-
sional conference. There's
nospiffyhotelmeetirigroom
stocked with overpriced
vanishes and bagels. The
tables aren't dressed with
pleated drapes. There's no
trade exhibition room with
dazzling displays, videos
and fishbowls in which off
ficei's could drop their busi-
ness cards and win vaca-
tions or electronics.
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your-sleeves and let's-get-
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never be another Hobo IMs-
tival in Laurel Hill. Ques-
tions about finances, lead-
ership, and the relationship
between the festival organiz-
ers and the sponsoring city
organization left the annual
event in limbo.
Thrtimately, those days
are gone, And at 9 this morn-
ing, the popular fall Hobo
Festivalgetsunderwayonce
more in Gene ClaryPark.
"We got all the trouble
squared away," said a re-
lieved Caroline March, who
has shouldered much of the
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FLORIDA'S CHILDREN: Lawton "Bud" Chiles, right, and son, Geoff, chat with pre-k students Riley
and Reagan Bowles during a visit to the Southside Center in Cresiview on Mdnesday.


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Although the Okaloosa SchoolDistrict's budget
this year is roughly the same amount as was bud-
geted in 2005, county residents are paying $21 mil-
lionmorethisyearinschoolpr6pertytaxes.


made by "Walkin' Lawton" Chiles in 1970.during
his bid for the U.S. Senate. The elder Chiles died
in 1998, weeks shy of completing his second term
as governor-
Bud Chiles' walk began in North Escambia
County three weeks ago, and on Wednesday, he
stopped in at Southside Center in Crestview, a
pre-kindergarten facil-
ity that also works with
children with learning
disabilities. The school
was formerly Southside
Elementary School-
"What we am -
ing to have is a million
steps to get a million
Floridians engaged in
making Florida a bet-
ter place for children in
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sa County Assistant touring Southside cm
ools Rodney Nobles ter.
Southside Center in : Although neither
dayy Nobles nor Southside
Center school officials
are involved in Chiles' campaign, they agreed ed-
ucation funding in the state is a problem getting
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To leam more about te "Worst to First
campaign, go to
http://www.worstrofirst.org.


That is because local
tax dollars are paying
for a greater lion's share
of eductiuan onets.
"As state revenues
go down, they are push-
ing that burden down to
the proper owners,"
said Rodney Nobles, as-
sistant superintendent
,for Okaloosa County
Schools.
It is a scenario be-
mddlayed out across
One man contends
thestatehasdoneapoor
job of funding education,
Lawton "Bud" Chiles
has launched a grass-


STATEWIDE JOURNEY: La
left, talks with Okaloo
Superintendent of Sch
during his stop at the
Crestview on Adnes


roots movement to improve education and health
care for Florida children in a "worst to first" cam-
paign. Chiles' efforts have garnered support from
a former U.S. president, former congressmen and
a host of notable charities.
Chiles swung through Okaloosa County this
weekwalkinginhisfather'sfootsteps.Chilesisre-
tracing the nearly 600-mile walk around the state


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
- Lunch for the faculty at
Crestview High School was
a little more special itiesday
than the usual quick sand-
wich grabbed while grading
papers and planning upcom-
ing classes. The administra-
tion treated its teachers to a
lasagna and spaghetti-with-
meatballs lunch catered by
Uncle Bill's Family Restau
rant


The occasion was in
celebration of Crestview
High's designation as an A-
Plus School. Its outstanding
achievements in niathemat-
ics and reading led to the
designation. .
"This year, it has to do
. with the proficiency level
of ninth- and tenth-graders
in math and reading on the
Florida Comprehensive As-
sessment Test," explained
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chased a 6-inch ham and cheese
sandwich, a pack of Sundance Gold
cigarettes and a pack of Marlboro
medium cigarettes" and walked out
with the muscle milk tucked in his
back pocket and unpaid for.
Maybe instead of milk for.his
muscles he can find a variety for
memory improvement and remem-
her to pay for it next time.

y p00pers
You know it's going to be a good
arrest report when it begins, "Dis-
patch advised a caller reported sever
al naked teenagers, male and female,
running down Fburth Avenue."
When police arrived at what was
an apparent open house party, the
naked dash was apparently over.
However, several teens in various
stages of intoxication were found
in the neighborhood, including a
couple asleep in a truck across the
street from the house.
In the house, officers found a ta
ble set up for a lively game of beer.
pong and a substantial amount
of alcohol still in the refrigerator.
Police arrested the 21-year-old
man who lived at the residence on
charges of resisting an officer, pro-
viding liquor to persons under 21
years of age, and hosting an open
house party, and a 20-year-old lad
for possessing liquor while under-
age and resisting a police officer.
Officers then had a female resi-
dent of the house, who was the gal
found asleep in the truck, pour out
the alcohol discovered in the fridge
so as not "to leave persons under
the age of 21 access to alcoholic
beverages."
Poor kids. It probably broke
their hearts to see 18 cans of Coors
Light, four cans of Bud Light, three
cans of Budweiser Select, three
bottles of Mike's Hard Lemonade,
two bottles of Bud Light Lime, a
half bottle of Smirnoff Watermelon
Vodka, and a quarter of a bottle
ofJagermeister gurgle down the
drain.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
More tales of inept criminals
culled from area law enforcement
arrest reports. .
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In addition to saving lives, seat
belts also snare scofflaws. When
Crestview Police officers pulled
over a driver who wasn't wearing
his seat belt, the 36-year-old Crest-
viety resident "immediately began
crying hysterically and stated,
'I don't wanna go to prison. My
license is suspended and I'm on
community control!'" according to
his arrest report.
Suspended it was, on four
previous occasions, including three
times this year. A search of the
dude landed two pm bottles with a
varietyof controlled substances in
them.
His 34-year-old Crestview
passenger turned out to have a
few pharmaceuticals of his own,
stashed in a baggie hidden in a
Skittles wrapper under the seat.
According to his arrest report, he
told officers, "Man, I'm on commu-
nity control! I'm supposed to go to
Keaton in Pensacola [a substance
Abuse program]. Please don't take
me to jail!" .
Both pleas were ineffectual.
Both men were arrested on narcot-
ics trafficking charges and takett off
to the clink.

Wa sIting Isis moods out
If you call Mama bad names
and beat her up, you're going to
get punished-ifyou don't do it to
yourself first. That's the lesson a
24-year-old Crestview man learned.
After his mother reprimanded
him for leaving his dirty clothes
laying around and not doing his
househoM chores, Sonny "hit her in
the head with open fists," according
to his arrest report. After kicking


her in the head and giving her a
quick choking for good measure,
he stole several bottles of her meds
and a gallon of bleach and ran from
the home.
After ingesting three bottles
of various medications, includ-
ing pills to treat Mama's arthritis
and sinus woes, the naughty boy
washed them down with a few
swigs of bleach.
He "began to stagger and his
speech became slurred," the report
related. He then "collapsed to the
ground and began complaining of
stomach pain." Ya think?
After a visit to the hospital to
have his tummy pumped, Sonny
was arrested on felony battery and
petite theft charges.
At least he cleaned out that
potty niouth he used on his mama.
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popping or trOU
A 24-year-old Crestview man
faces charges of retail theft after he
experienced some difficulty shop-
ping at a local convenience store.
According to his statement in
his arrest report, with his cousin's
credit card, he tried to purchase
cigarettes but forgot her PIN code.
He returned to the hotel where
they were staying, obta ed the
PIN, returned to the store, got two
packs of cigarettes and a "muscle
milk." He paid for the former
and walked out with the latter, he
admitted.
The store.clerk remembers the
incident differently.
She said he indeed tried to
buy the two packs of cigs and the
muscle milk, and indeed forgot the
PIN code for the borrowed credit
card and left to get it,
Upon his return, she told of-
ficers, he "attempted to purchase
a sandwich and a Nesquick drink, .
but forgot the pass code a second
time." .
He left again. The third time was
the charm.
This time, she stated, he "pur-


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
'Tis not quite yet the sea-
son, but it'll be here before
you know it. The Crestview
High School band is offering
an array of classic holiday
door and home trimmers
that not only help solve your
decorating needs, but will
benefit the Big Red Ma-
chine's travel budget.
It takes eight buses and
two trucks to transport the
band members and their
equipment when they play
out of town gigs. Then this
spring the band will play
aboa a cruise ship bound
for Bahamas. u-
nity suppth s und7fe esto
unng
view high is heard far and
wide.
You may support the
band in a practical way by


purchasing door wreaths,
garland, and decorative
sprays made of Minnesota
balsam fir, or living table-
top dwarf Alberta spruce
Christmas trees from any
band member. You can kill
two partridges in a pear tree
with one stone: get a jump-
start on your holiday deco-
ration shopping and support
the Big Red Machine at the
same time.
For more information,
you may see any band mem-
ber or e-mail band booster
member Jessica Thalacker
at jessthalacker@embarq-
mail.com. The deadline to
place your order is Oct. 2($.
F af tekMATof
in the band's Christmas
decorations catalog can also
be shipped to family and
friends.


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10 Wednesday afternoon,
ejecting two children.
The children's parents
had to be cut from the car

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were -transported to area
hospitals.
The accident happened
shortly before 5 p.m. at mile
marker 46 in the westbound
lane near the Holt exit.
The children were not
wearing seat belts, accord-
ing to a Florida Highway Pa-
trol report.
Kensley Kelly, 6, was
flowntoSacredHeartHospi-
tal in Pensacola with critical
injuries. Kensley was taken
by ambulance to the nearby
Holtairstripandtransferred
to a helicopter. .
Kensley's brother, Kon-
nor Kelly 7, was taken by


ambulance to Sacred He

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Brantley Kelly, 30, and
lissa Kelley, 29, also s
serious injuries and
treated at area hos

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state around the time of the
accident and a firefighter
with the Holt Volunteer
Fire Department said it ap-
peared as if the 2006 Lin-
coln the family was riding
in might have hydroplane
before leaving the road and
striking a concrete drainage
ditch in the median.
Crews Trom the Holt,
North Okaloosa and Crest-
view fire departments re-
spondedtothewreck.
Nd charges are pending
and alcohol was not a fac-
tor m the wreck, thei Flor.
ida Highway Patrol report
states.


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1 million pledges from Floridians
to push for children's health care
and education reform in the state.
An article on The Florida Chil-
dren's Services Council Web site
reports that Clinton addressed
about 300 high school and college
students from across the state
and told them the following:
"Intelligence and effort are
evenly distributed. Just because
41 states have higher high school
graduation rates than you do,
you don't think thei*e are 41 other
states where God made the chil-
dren smarter, do you?" Clinton
was reported as asking. "Leader-
ship todayis deciding how to solve
those problems and then going
out and doing it...You can make a
better tomorrow for Florida."
The event garnered bipartisan
support and was co-chaired by
former U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez, a
Republican, and two Democrats,
U.S. Sen. BB Nelson and former
Florida governor and U.S. Sen.
Bob Graham.
The push also has the backing
of more than 50 organizations that
includes United Way, the Early
Learning Coalition, March of
Dimes Florida Chapter, Healthy
Florida Pamilies and the Chil-
dren's Home Society of Florida, to
name a few
Chiles said the state has
shirked its responsibility to chil-
dren and to education.
"We. have a constitutional re-
sponsibility," Chiles said. "Article
9 of the Florida constitution says
Florida will provide a quality
education. Well, we are not doing
that."


allowed us to hire teachers we
were not going to be able to hire,"
Nobles said. "What bailed the
legislature out was that stimulus
package. I don't Imow what they
aregoingtodonextyear."
That's bad news for Florida,
which Bud Chiles contends al-
ready has a poor track record.
On the "Worst to First" Web
site, the organization cites the fol-
lowing statistics.
Florida ranks 49 out of 50
states in the percentage of unin-
sured children.
The state ranks 48th in the
nation m average composite
scores on ACT, a standardized col-
lege entrance exam. .
Florida comes in at 43 in high
school graduation rates,
The state ranks last in the
nation on per capital spending on
education but 16th in spending on
prisons.
"From high school graduation
rates, to the worst pay for teach-
ers, premature death by infants,
high teen crime and high incar-
ceration rates, it goes on and on,"
Bud Chiles said. "Unfortunately,
most Floridians are not aware of
that."
During his walking tour, Chiles
is encouraging Floridians to vol-
unteer at schools and health fa-
cilities and is pushing for political
activism to seek change.
He has had some high-profile
backing.
Former U.S. President Bill
Clinton was the keynote speaker
at The Lawton Leadership Corps
in Orlando in Aligust where a
campaign was launched to garner


tragedy of child molestation and
shares some sobering facts.
I am a survivor of child mo-
lestation. It's not something I
hide. If I hide it, he wins, she
said. The average abuser of
girls can have an average of 50
victims before they're caught the
first time. The average abuser of
boys is as high as 150 times be-
fore they're caught. It's a scary
thought.
"We always tell kids you have
a very powerful weapon. The
weapon is your voice. It's OK to
speak up," Lang said. "If we can
get kids to speak up, they're say-
ing another kid."
To demonstrate how easy it
is to target a child, Bundrick re-
cently chose a random child's
MySpace profile and identified
clues that could lead a predator
right to the kid. And that was
without using any of the tools
availabletolawenforcementthat
are not accessible by the general
public.
"If you did some basic re-
search, you could find them,"
Bundrick said. "If they have
a Bulldog's shirt, you can tell
they're from Crestview High
School. If they have posted a
picture of themselves in front of
their house with a house number
showing, that child can be found
by someone they never met."
Bundrick said any child can
add a valuable tool to their pro-
file's friends list that can instant-
ly deter many predators: a police
officer.
"The goal is for every kid to
have a law enforcement officer in
their friends list, so when these
predators are looking to groom
someone, they see that they
have a law enforcement officer
&sa friend," Bundrick said. "And
these friends are only a mouse
click away to help a child."
Bundrick said officers should
use a police shield or agency
patch as their avatar (a graphic '
identifying an individual in online
networking sites). He has more
than 3,000 "friends," or contacts>
in his own MySpace account.
Parents need to be aware of
how social networking sites work
so they can be better informed
and better able to -protect their
children, Bundriick said. Parents
should have their own.accounts
on the sites, he said.
"If they don't use these social
networking sites, then they'renot
interested in, them," Bundrick
said. "We work in that network
where you have an audience
that's interested in what you're
doing. If the kids or their parents
are using these sites, then it be-
comes interesting to them."
Parents also'need to help their
kids understand the consequenc-
es of things they do online, Bun-
drick said. Young people don't al-
ways.consider the consequences
ofanimpulsiveactionhesaid.
"'Sexting' (sending explicit
photos and having provocative
chat online) is becoming a prob-
lem," Bundrick said. "The kids
don't understand these pictures
they are sending to their boy-
friend or girlfriend, once it's re-
ceived, it's there (in cyberspace)
forever."
For law enforcement officers,
this weekend's modest gathering
in Crestview is a major first step
in addressing a growing problem
among young Internet users.
Online predators have an army
forming to confront them, and
Crestview has become ground
zero in the assault. :
"I don't profess to be an expert
when it comes to tracking these
people," Bundrick said. "My goal
is to have the people who have
the expertise at my disposal."


worse
The Okaloosa School District's
$190 million budgeted for the 2009-
10 school year is roughly the same
amountthedistricthadduringthe
2005-06 school year. Since then,
costs have gone up..
alf you factor in inflation, em-
ployee raises and insurance costs
from 2005-06 to 2010, we are well
behind the eight ball," Nobles
said
Sales taxes provide the state's
share of education funding. In
Okaloosa County, roughly 39 per-
cent of the school district's budget
is paid for by the state, with the
bulk 01 percent paid for by
taxes on local property owners in
the county.
"When I came back to Florida
in 1984, it was just the opposite,"
Nobles said. "Something has to
be done statewide as far tax strue-
ture goes."
Title One Pre-Kindergarten
Coordinator Pam Meadows said
she has seen an increase in the
amount of out-of-pocket money
pre-k teachers are spending in
their classrooms since the state
began experiencing multibillon
dollar budget shortfalls.
"They are buying more sup-
plies for their classrooms," she
said.
This year, the school district
was awarded $9 million in federal
stimulus money funneled through
the state that went almost ex-
' exclusively for teacher pay, Nobles
said.
"That $9 million kept us from
really having a catastrophic situ-
ation in the district because that


donated by the Crestview Ameri-
can Legion post,
With presentation topics, in-
cluding "Computer Forensics,
"Teen Prostitution" and "Co-
erced Abductions and How to
Create all Undercover Profile,"
the meeting's purpose pro-
tecting kids from ohline preda-
tors is not ordinary, either.
"It's not a vigilante group, and
it's not affiliated with the police
departMent," explained Crest-
view Police Ma]. Ken Bundrick,
one of the founders of Child On-
line Protection. "What it is, is
trying to steer people into the
correct jurisdiction when they
have a problem with online pred-
ators."
"We are law-enforcement
based," said Bonnie Lang, presi-
dent of COP which was founded
in April 2008. "We educate kids
about the dangers online and
educate kids about what to do if
you are solicited online. It's law
enforcement educating law en-
forcement."
Bundrick said veterans' orga-
nizations have been especially
supportive of COP "One of the
pillars of a lot of the veterans'
organizations is child safety;" he
explained, adding his apprecia-
tion to the local American Legion
post for hosting the conference.
About 50 officers are attending,
as well as representatives from
two youth-oriented social net-
work sites.
"We believe social networking
sites should be there to see what
law enforcement is doing to pro-
tect their sites and their users,"
Lang said. Sadly, she said, three
of the biggest sites declined to
.attend. "Facebook and My Space,
as well as MyYearBook, were in-
vited but did not respond."
Bundrick said the idea for the
organization was born after he
first'began visiting online social
networking sites his children
used.
"I originally got on MySpace
to keep up with my kids," he said.
He soon began "noticing what
was going on with the groom-
in'g of children by predators, and
because I don't make it a secret
that I'm a police officer, I started
getting a lot; of questions about
protecting children." .
As questions started coming
from parents, as well as other law
enforcement officers -. "There
are a lot of officers on MySpace
and Facebook," he said the
idea for COP and this weekend's
conference began to germinate.
"The conference is really
geared to a networking of law
enforcement officers who are in-
volved in this sort of thing," said
Bundrick, who volunteers with
COP outside of his regular Crest-
view police duties. "It's not a
public forum. It's geared toward
bringing the law enforcement
community together. It's a net-
working of people who do this."
"It will help them learn the
techniques of the bigger depart-
ments who deal with this on a
daily basis," Lang agreed. "It's
educating them about tech-
nologies and tools that they can
use."
Among the presenters are
Katherine Gired, a Pasadena,
Texas,-based administrator for
the Flongo.net social network-
ing site, and Rick Bannen of Kid-
dzchat.com, a social networking
site that, assures its users that
each member is verified.
"People don't realize just how
dangerous it is on the Internet
for kids," said Girod. "Most kids
have a corilputer in their room.
You don't know what your chil-
dren are doing in their room."
Lang knows firsthand the


the school won't receive its final rat-
ing until after the fall semester is
almadyunder way. Although FCAT
results are released before the end
of the spring semester, other ccri-
teria,, including graduation and in-
dustry certification rates, won't be
tabulateductillate summer.
However, any needed adjust-
'ments to the curriculum indicated
by the data will have to be made
while classes already are under
way at the beginning of the 2010-
11 school year. Nonetheless, it will
still offer a better indication of the
school's academic achievements
and progress.
"It is going to give a much.
deeper, broader picture of what
is really going on," Coleman said.
"There's tons of stuff that's going
on here besides just taking the
FCAT"
Already working hard toward
repeating their A-Plus perfor-
mances again next year, CHS stu-
dents and faculty are enjoying the
praise of local and district-wide
administrators,
"I am very, very proud of Crest-
view High's students. It takes a lot .


of work on the part of the teachers
to get kids to be proficient in math
and reading," Tibbetts said. "The
teachers have done a lot of profes-
sional development. I'm so proud
of them."
Tibbetts said that good learn-
ing and study skills have to begin
at home.
"I'm very proud of the parents,
too," she said. "The parents have
to motivate their students to want
to learn. Fifteen- and 16-year-olds
primarily are motivated by their
teachers and certainly their par-
ents."
"We're very proud of the facul-
ty and staff here and the students
for their efforts and hard work
last year and staying focused,"
Coleman added. "As a faculty, we
set out last year to work toward
repeating an A-plus rating. That
accomplishment only.takes place
with the hard work of everybody
on this campus and the focus on
academics of the students."
"Crestview's students have
shown that they are committed
and they value education," Tib-
betts said.


Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, superinten-
dent of the Okaloosa School Dis-
trict, explaining the criteria for an
A-Plus designation. "Students had
to score a 3, 4 or 5 on the test for
their school to receive the honor."
It was the school's second year
in a row to earn the honor.'Ib ac-
complish the same feat next year,
however, might prove trickier.
"This coming year, it's going to
be challenging to try to 'thmepeat'
under the new grading system for-
the high schools," said CHS Princi-
pal Ed Coleman. "Only half of it is
the FCAT. The other half is gradu-
ation rate, participation in AP ex-
anis, industry certifications, num-
ber of students participating in the
programsandnumberwhoreceive
certificates at end of the course."
Coleman welcomes the chal-
lenge, especially because it will
provide a better picture of Crest-
view High's overall performance.
"The grade is a broader look at
the schools as to their overall ac-
complishments," he said. "That's
the new frontier that we'relooking
at this year."
One drawback, however, is that


can take a look up close," March said. It willbe an ex-
cellent opportunity to learn about the county's aerial
medicalrescueserviceandformanyitwillbetheir
first opportunity to see a helicopter up close.
Craft and foorfvendors will be out in force, March
promisedsellingeverythingfromtraditionalfestival
fare to handmade houseware, jams and decorative.
merchandise.
"We've got over 50 vendors so far, and, actually,
people are still calling in," March said Wednesday
morning,
Laurel Hill School will be well-represented, in-
cluding performances by its cheerleader squads.
"We've got the Hoboettes, the small cheerleaders,
as well as the JV and varsity cheerleaders, who will
do cheers and routines," March said. She also said
'the school will sponsor a pie-throwing boothwithno-
table school and community "targets."
The fun kicks off at 9 a.m. with remarks by Mayor
Earrin Campbell Jr. Laurel Hill's Gene Clary Park
is on New Ebenezer Road, about a mile off of State
Road 85.


organization of this year's event.
With live music, games, activities for the kids,
crafts, food, an antique car show and more, this
year's Hobo Eastival promises a whole day of fun for
the entire family.
Startingat11a.m.,awiderangeofusefulanden-
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"We've got everything from a gas grill and a full-
size popcorn maker, plants, gift certificates, tool kits
- and all kids of gift cards," March said.
There will be door prizes and drawings for a Stihl
gas-powered leaf blower and a $300 gift card from
the Bass Pro Shop, March said.
Live entertainment throughout the day includes
singer Jim Hubbard, who performs popular tunes in
multiple genres; E Frank, a modern gospel group;
. cruise ship entertainers; and more.
Free children's activities include an 18-foot giant
slide and a three-in-one combo bouncer. A kids' ac-
tivities organizer will be overseeing events in which
' children can win medals and trophies.
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moS Zanne Diven suggested his
upcoming 7th birthday would
be the perfect opportunity to
forego the usual cornucopia of
playthings and turn his birthday
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Lane's friends responded with
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"A couple of the guests didn't
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his mom explained.
Lane's sister, Brooke, 4, is
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miqt nt lass o ght be doing
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he gave up the chance to reap a
pile of new toys, and you'll get a
simple, to-the-point answer.
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Children imitate what they
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would like to have a vendor
display or provide carnival-
style or other activities
for the festival, please
complete a participant
registration form by the
signup deadline, Oct. 16.
Forms are available at
the City Hall office of the
Crestview Mam 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
creating a calendar. If you
would like to participate
through photos or
patronage, call Tonsiaweda
Hayes at 850-621-4187;
Shannon Hayes, 850-902-
6717; Brenda Bess, 682-
5540; or Billie Roberson,
682-6979.
WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday at
Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview. Registration
and weigh in begin at 5
p.m.; meetiAg follows.
GFWC WQMAN'S
CLUB ACTIVITIES: The
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview Inc.'s clubhouse
is located at 150 Woodlawn
Drive in Crestview. The
club is hosting the events
listed below during the
month of October.
Holiday Decorating
Extravaganza Tuesday,
Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club,
971 U.S. Highway 90 West,
featuring Crestview native
and nationally recognized
floral designer Kirby
Holt. Light refreshments.
Finished products will be
available for purchase.
Proceeds support the
club's charities. Tickets
are $10, available from club
members, at the door, or by
calling 683-9117.
ANTIQUE
RESTORATION: A
free antique refinishing
class will be held at the
Crestview Public Library
on Friday, Oct 16, from
9-11 a.m. Herbert Allen will
demonstrate all phases of
the process. For details,
you may call him at 689-
6600. Bring lawn chairs
and dress for the weather,
as the class will be outside
under the library portico.
The library is at 1445
Commerce Drive, behind
the post office. Call 682-
4432.


please call Adora James
at 689-2999 in advance to
schedule a date and time.
SOUP KITCHEN
UPDATE: A fourth lunch
has been added to the soup
kitchen list. In addition to
being open Mondays and
Friday, 11 a.m. to noon at
First Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Fez don Blvd.; and
Wednesday, 11 a.rn. to 1
p.m. at First Assembly of
G'od Church, 400 S. Ferdon
Blvd.; ColTununity of Christ
Church at 398 W. First
Ave. in Crestview is open
Thursday from 11 a.m. to
noon. Come enjoy a free .
meal and friendly company,
or come meet the staff
and sign up to help. All are
welcome and appreciated.
In addition, the
YMCA on Wilson Street
in Crestview now offers
showers for homeless
people Mondays and
Friday from 5-6 p.m. This
service 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 service.
MCCURLEY
REUNION: 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.
TOASTMASTERS
OPEN HOUSE: The


Crestview Toastmasters
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 becoming a better
speaker, come to the ,
meeting to learn how you
can improve your speaking
skills in a fun, supportive
learning environment. This
is an opportunity to see
what happens during the
Crestview Toastmasters
meetings and watch others
practice their speaking
skills. 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 Crestview
Toastmasters Club. The
Crestview Toastmasters
meeting is held on the
second Tuesday every
month from 6-7 p.m.
at Lundy and Bowers.
Visitors are welcome. For .
more information, contact
Kathy Morrow at 892-2111.
OCTOBER BLOOD ,
DRIVES: The following
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drives will be held
in North Okaloosa County:
Oct. 10, Wal-Mart
Crestview, 1-5 p.m.
Oct. 18, First United
Methodist Church,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oct. 29, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Crestview,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
WRESTLING TEAM
FUNDRAISER: Crestview
High School Wrestling
Team is having a yard sale
on Saturday, bet. 10, at the
high school from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Spaces can be rented
for $10 for people wishing
to bring their items to sell.
Donations of items for
the team to sell are also
being accepted and can be
picked up if necessary.
There will be food,
beverages and fun for the
kids. Come out and support
the wrestling team. For -
information on renting a
space or scheduling pickup
of donated items, call
Christy Shipp at 225-6256
or 678-528-1465.
VENDORS WANTED:
The organizers of the
Crestview Fall Festival
on Oct. 31 are looking for
vendors, participants and
sponsors.
If you or your church,
business or organization


experienced excessive
medical bills and now
faces additional expenses
with further tests and
treatments required.
BBQ plates will be
available for $5 each and
Boston butts for $25 each.
For more information, call
Debbie Bowden at'682-
2301.
PIONEER DAY:
Pioneer Day will be held
at Doreas Baptist Church
on Saturday, Oct. 24, from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will
be a cake and craft walk,
buggy rides, historical ,
displays and food available.
In case of rAin, the event
will be rescheduled for
Saturday, Oct. 31. The
church is located at 5882
McCallum Road off U.S.
Highway 393 in the Doreas
community. For more -
information, contact the
Rev. David VanZandt at
682-4958.
CHILD INSURANCE
REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to
local residents who want to
register their children for
Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are accepted
every 'lbesday and
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10
p.m. at Jobs Plus on Wilson
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 each month
from September through
May. Anyone interested
in learning more about
gardening is invited to visit
or join. Please call 682-2691
or 682-3639. *
MARCHING BAND
PRESENTATION: The
Florida Bandmasters
Association District 1
MPA will be held Saturday,
Oct. 10, at the Milton
High School Football
Stadium from 2-8:30.p.m.
Crestview, Baker, Niceville,
Choctaw and Fort Walton
Beach High Schools will
participate. Come see and
listen to the best marching
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 St.,
Crestview, on Oct. 17. lilm,
food, live entertainment
and many more activities
are planned. Attendance is
free to the public. The fee
to vend at this event is $35
for members and $40 for
nonmembers. Call Adora
James at 689-2999 for more
details.
The YMCA is also
accepting furniture and
appliance donations Oct. 15
and 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
for a yard sale fundraiser.
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NORTH OKALOOSA
SENIOR CITIZENS
SOCK HOP: Saturday,
Oct. 17, 1:30-3:30 p.m. at
the ROC at Central Baptist
Church in Crestview. ,
Details: 689-0300.
AIATEX REUNION:
is planned at 11 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 10, at Ryan's
Family Steakhouse. Call
Nita at 682-3118.for details.
HOBO FESTIVAL
OCT. 10: The azinual
Hobo Festival will tie
held Saturday, Oct. 10 at
Gene Clary City Park on
New Ebenezer Road in
Laurel Hill from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. The family festival
includes arts and crafts,
food vendors, an auction,
an antique car show, live
music aild dancers. Free
children's activities are
planned, and admission
and parking are free. Call
652-3677 for details.
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CANCER PATIENT: -
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of Darlene and Thomas
Bowden will hold a
Benefit Sing and BBQ
Plate/Boston Butt Sale
on Saturday, Oct. 10,
from noon to 6 p.m. at
the Spanish Trail Park
Amphitheater,
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diagnosed with B-cell
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
and has been sent to M.G.
Anderson in Houston,
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Saturday, October 10, 2009


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

ANNOUNCEMENTS
CORRECTION: In a recent
publication, the following
information for area churches was
published incorrectly. Bible study
is held at 9 a.m. every second And
fourth Sunday at Christian Home
United Methodist Church, and at 9
a.m. every first and third Sunday at
Hopewell United Methodist Church.'
These churches, as well as First
United Methodist Church ofFlorala,
are pastored by Ed Britton. The only
Sunday service at First United of *
Flo'rala is at 11 a.m.
SPIRITUAL OUTPOURING:
Prophetess Darlene Haynes,
founder of Fellowship Church of
Praise Training Center, invites you
to attend the apostolic/prophetic
th ing f n2009 atethhoeoCarver-Hill
in Crestview on Friday, Oct. 16, at
6:30 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 17, at
10 a.m. Come experience powerful'
d armicDtae hain pea
of Fellowship's Panama City
headquarters come and lay the
foudtinL HILL HOME
COMING: First Baptist Church of
Laurel Hill's pastor, Mike McVay,
and congregation invite you to join
them in celebrating home coming
Sunday, Oct. 11. Sunday School is
at 9:45; worship is at 11 a.m. Lunch
will immediately follow the morning
service. Music will be provided at
5 p.m. by Samantha Provine and
weetlWater Run. All are welcome to
OTT CONCERT CANCELED:
The Oct. 14 organ concert by David
Ott has been canceled so that David
can rest and recuperate. Thank you
for your faithfulness and prayers for
David.

EVENTS
AWANA will be held through
May 2010 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Antioch
Baptist Church, 4796 Antioch Road,
Crestview. Children ages 3 and
up through high school teens are
invited to attend. For details, call
682-4297 from 9 a.m. to noon 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. Flmds 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. Highway
189, just north of the traffic light in
Baker,
BORN TO WIN: Radio show airs
every day at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1
FM. Presented by Northwest Florida
Church of God, pastored by Carl
Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite .
of Christian Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) is designed for those seeking
o nee o am scaoc nant s of and
Eucharist. This formation process .
is the church's approved method for
individuals to become members of
the Catholic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7-9 p.m. each
Wednesday. 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.
T ora ro ma
WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATION
STUDY: Each Sunday at 5 p.m.,
the Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study of the
Book of Revelation. The Rev. Tommy
Coleman will be presenting the
study, and there will be finger foods
to follow every Sunday evening.
Anyone interested may join. Call537-
4307 for moi-e information.
SQUARE DANCING: The New
Bethel Methodist Church hosts
square dancing in the Fellowship '
Hall on Thursday nights at 7 p.m.
Come out for fun and good exercise!


First of all, let
us consider when
*Christ.'s love for
us began. Fixing
the proper date in
this respect has
much to do with our
appreciation of his
love. Did he begin to
love us when we were
born? If so, then since
we were born after


that he sent Jesus to die for
the sins of the world; so he
loved us BEFORE he came
into the world.
'The proper date for the
beginning of God's love
for us is given in Jeremiah
31:3, where God declares,
"I have loved thee with an
EVERLASTING LOVE."
Christ was with God in the
beginning, yea, Christ WAS
God (John 1:1), and therefore
Christ has loved us "with an
everlasting love."
God has always been;
he is from everlasting to
everlasting (Psalm 90:2); and
as long as God has been, he
has loved us!
Brother Raymond
Williams is pastor at New
Beginnings Church, West
James Lee Boulevard,
Cresiview.


"... who loved me,


We commonly
think of the love of
Christ as embracing
the myriad redeemed,
Thus, because RAY
the saved ones are WIL
without number, we From t
think of his love as
being so widely extended that
only a very small portion of it
is ours. I hope that this very
day we may say with Paul,
"Christ loved me, He gave
Himself for me." .
For a little while, forget
the countless millions who
are, who have been and who
will be recipients of God's
love, and repeat the Scripture
with Paul, making intense
personal application: "Christ
... who loved me, me, ME ... "


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his death on the cross; his
death would have no saving
application for us because
we would not be included in
those for whom he died.
We cannot say that his
love for us began at the
cross, for that would make
his advent and death without
purpose, whereas we know
he came into the world
because of God's planned
program.
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collect a debt. Any in- Deceased. 32536. Th
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for Okaloosa County, decedent's
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esaid ROGER LEE HAMRICK tentative and the Per- A COPY
Deceased. sonal Representative's TICE ON T
attorneys are set farth
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de- The administration of pedent and other per- or dema
lo- the estate of Roger Lee sons having claims or decedent's
oosa .Hamrick, deceased, demands against file their c
whose date of death decedent's estate on court
was July 4, 2009, is whom a copy of this MONTHS
pending in the Circuit notice is required to be DATE OF
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County, Florida, Pro- claitils with this court THIS NOTI
bate Division, the aid. WITHIN THE LATER
dress of which is OF 3 MONTHS AFTER ALL CLAI
Okaloosa county THE TIME OF THE FILED
Courthouse, 101 FIRST PUBLICATION TIME PE
James Lee Boulevard, OF THIS NOTICE OR FORTH
Crestview, Florida 30 DAYS AFTER THE 733,702 Q
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47-1863 Attorney for Personal
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PO. Box 952
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UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 7, BLOCK C,
PINEWOOD ESTATES
UNIT NO. 2, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PI.AT
BOOK 5, PAGES) 135
AND 136 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you-are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before November
13,2009 on Florida De-
fault Law Group, RL.,
Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634, and file the
original with this Court
either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News BuiIetin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
toenm irs 29 day of Sep-
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrali
Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO.Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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contact Court Adminis-
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Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
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in accordance with the
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1100

Legal # 100855
IN THE CIRCUI
COURT OF THE 1
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR OKALOO
COUNTY, FLORID
CASE No*
46-2009-CA-0041
THE BANK OF
YORK TRUST
PANY, N.A., AS T
TEE FOR THE H
ERS OF STRUCTU
ASSET MORTG
INVESTMENTS
TRUST 2006
MORT GA
PASS-THROUGH
TIFICATES, SE
2006-AR3.
Plaintdf
vs-
FEINSTEIN, JEF
M., et al.,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTI
TO:
F NFSR N
8 MAGNOLIA DRIVE
DESTIN, FL32541
JEFFREY
FEINSTEIN
41 BUTTE
KNOLLS
WEST SHAKEN,
12494
SHARON
FEINSTEIN
8 MAGNOLIA DRIVE
DESTINY, FL 32541
SHARON
FEINSTEIN
41 BUTTE
KNOLLS
WEST SHAKEN,
12494
AND TO: All
sons claiming an
est by, through, u
or against the afor
Defendantss.
YOU ARE HEREBY
TIFIED that an acti
foreclose a mort
on the following
scnbed property
cated in Okal
County, Florida:


ESTATE OF
JOHN CLEM-


TO CREDI-
ORS
inistration of
e of Harold
element, de
hose date of
s June 16,
whose social
number is
8, is pend-
Circuit Court
oosa County,
Proa eessDiv
101 E. James
Crestview, FL
e names and
of the per-
representative
e personal
tive's attor-
forth below.
rs of the de-
nd -other per-
ng claims or
against
estate on
copy of this
been served
their claims
court WITHIN
TER OF 3
AFTER THE
THE FIRST
ION OF
TICE OR 30
AFTER THE
SERVICE OF
OF THIS NO-
HEM.'
creditors, of
ent and other
having claims
nds against
estate must
laims with this
WITHIN 3
AFTER THE
THE FIRST
ON OF
CE
MS NOT SO
WITHIN THE
RIODS SET
IN SECTION
F THE FLOR-
BATE CODE
E FOREVER
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10/03/09
10/10/09

Legal # 100886
IN THE CIRCUIT
COL)RT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUlT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY,
Plaintiff'
CASE NO.
46-2009-CA-004588
VISION:
DEBORAH C. ROGERS
A/K/A DEBORAH CAR-
SON ROGERS, et al'
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:DEBORAH C. ROG-
ERS A/K/A DEBORAH
CARSON ROGERS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4 2 4 5
Camellia Drive
Montgomery, Al
36109-3004
CURRENT ADDRESS.
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE
WHETHER SAID UNL
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE
HEIRS DEVISEES'
GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
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CURRENT ADDRESS:


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ton Beach, FL
32549.



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crestview News Bulletin 9


Saturdayi, October 10, 2009


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Classified




Don W Howard
Clerk of the Court

By: Anita Cantrail
As Deputy.Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL,
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
jbi ts perso ed
a c) o pacc cod
this proceeding should
intact a o)urtr Ad

Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
9-50 ,or to Extenpion

edi 1-7or7 Shalimar
IMPORTANT
Inaccordancewiththe
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommodate"
tion to participate in
ic ta oceedingA h Isi
traction at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL
32579; telephone num-
ber (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding
10/10/2009
10/17/2009


Food Srvc/Hospitality

All Positions
for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. Exp. and
Nights & weekends a
must. 682-8804 Apply
anytime. EOE



Lawn Tek LLC needing
experienced help for
lawn maintenance Call
865-3266






..
RE igg RE)&J
evoo susine /
011o mr@ t
ouse"
6150 Roommate Wanied
H /Ltot
also out-of-Town Rentals
also Timeshare Rentals
a
6200 Vacation Rentals
.
| 6100



Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office
Plaza on Hwy 85.
Only 6 units (eft!
Rate includes ALL
utilities, high speed
internet, common
area maintenance
2-079dlaily cleaning.

,

In north Crestview, Im-
maculate, recently re-
modeled 1500 sq ft
building. Equipped and
arrenticareuseedntests bua
also a perfect for use

asr office ospa 2-56



On Hibghwd S90UpEa
2000 sq ft office or
retail space. Call Dan
at 830-8411 or
682-0791. *


6140
Crestview 3 br, 2 ba
Brick, 8 mi east of town
$800 mo+ dep Call
Rose 682-0475 x 1136

, .


alw bri 2/2h 00
vtrelcome w/horse stall,
For more info 240-6771
Crestview- 3br, 2ba,
o dndc aM .
Clean 850 855-557
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FR 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet
ok850-865-2823

,

Crestview- Downtown,
3br, 1ba brick house
with yard. $500.00 mo.
Includes water 8< gar-
bage. 850-685-3421-
NEWLY
REDUCED
RATES

CREST VIEW
A 3 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $560 mo $560 dd
A 2 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $500 mo/$500 dd
$25 app fee, MUST
provide references and
phone numbers for
these rates. References
willbeverified-
For info call
682-7731


Crestview- Best Deal
in Town! Now 3br 2ba,
2 cg, quiet neighbor-
hood $850 mo+dd.
Call 850 305-8039.
Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
$650. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282
Crestview
South of 1-10
Very nice 3/2 large bo-
nus room 1836sf. 2 car
garage 1,000 mo.
850-978-3672 Zeb


6160

3br brick home. Auburn
is Ca14 9m8097 includes



3 br, 2617 vate and
quiet, $750 negotiable
no pets, Call (850)
398-2438
Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
W/D hkup, on 10 acres.
New carpet, paint. $570
mo+dd. 850-832-0911 .





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HEAl. ESTATE FOR SAlE

H n ouse
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commerclai

ndo3o
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 waterifDRI
71so Investment
71so u et own
7200 eal tate
-

7100
Free Foreclosure List-

ss 3t0 P



Individual wants to
buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651-0987



( 7160
GOt Land???
0 down for all land owners.
All credit O.K. All Clayton
Homesof Crestview850
682-3344
New Home
]"Or Sale

Obwner 1Financing 10
month. Call Clayton
Home8s2 of Crestview


of the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any
person, requiring spe-
' clal accommodations
to participate. In this
meeting Is asked to
contact the Distrlot Of
ilce at (813) 933-5571,
at least 48 hours before
the meeting. If you are
hearing or speech im-
paired, please contact
the Florida Relay Serv-
Ice at (800) 955-8770
for aid in contacting the
District Office.
Ao ddec s
mademwtit r i er
at this meeting is ad-

ee n dr t hill
accordingly, the person
may need to ensure
that a verbatim record
ofadthe eedbngs this
tdeescTnupabea ic evi
appeal is to ase
PeteWilliams
District Manager
10/10/2009
10/17/2009

LEGAL#120388
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FQR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA005553
FILE NO:FO9027336
BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP /K/A
COOd NLTOR YSWS
ICING, L.P., '
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN
HEIR S, DE VISEE S,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
ER EDITORS, LIENOR
TEES, OR OTHER

OAUN HUN LAI
OR AGAINST KEVIN

VIEN MI A
a ndant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION

T UNKNOWN
HEIR S, DE VISEE S.
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY.
THROU G H, UNDE R,
OR AGAINST KEVIN M
JOSEY A/K/A KEVIN
MICHAEL JOSEY, DE-
CEASED KNOWN AD

DRESS:U N "
KNOWN

RRENWTNADDRESS:
ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER.
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V 1 D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: U N -
1 KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
COMMENCING /LT
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4
OF SECTION 25.
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 23 WEST,
OKALOOSA C,0UNTY
FLORIDA; THENCE
EAST A DISTANCE OF
957.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 2549.75 FEET;
THENCE WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 325.00
FEET TO THE *POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE SOUTH A
DISTANCE OF 162.00
FEET; THENCE WEST
A DISTANCE OF
269.00 FEET; THENCE
NORTH A DISTANCE
OF 162.00 FEET;
THENCE EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 269.00
FEET TO THE POINT
10F BEGINNING
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or,
before 11/16/2009, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiffs
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive,. Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei.
ther before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded


In the Complalnt or pe-
tition
This notice shall be
published once each,
week for two consec-
utive weeks in the
Crestylew News Bulle-
tin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 2 day of Octo-
ber, 2009.


Brand Name Mattress,
Queen Pillowtop w/
foundation. New. $185
Mfr warE 850-471-0330
Brand New King Pil.
lowtop Mattress & Box
in plastic, $240. Deliv
Avail. 850-255-3050
I"ull size Mattress Set,'
in mfr. plastic. Includes
box and warranty. Only
$130. 850-471-0330
.
. .
3230 )
Niceville

TOBenefit

Hoovse t
Fri & Sat
8am-1pm
1419 29th St
Includes new Hal-

sChu e,
books, etc.
BargainS
Qg|0f01
All proceeds to
benefit non4unded
Hospice programs

SILVER
OAKS
Semi-Annual
GARAGE SALE
Old Bethel Road,
Crestview
Sat. 10/10
8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Over 30 families
participatingI
a *
'
3250

GREPE & BOILED
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6Ei76


3260
Aero Pilates Exercise
Machine, platform &
id0 s. inNew
682-0394


3300

t ew hASc o

=Fpo ki ndCrestview
800-342-0398 days or
352-373-2849 eyes.


32579; telephone num
ber (850) 651-7497
prior to the proceeding
10/10/09
10/17/09

Legal # 100887
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FISST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
CIVILLOAR AON
CHASE HOME Fl-
NANCE LLC SUC-
S ASEM
CORPORATION
Plaintiff'


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e
VISION: D
NO
QClHNTONetal,' S.TO
Defendantss. A/
AL
NOTICE OF ACTION TIN

TO: AN
a
CH RON S. tcl
LAST KNOWN AD- ag
DRESS: 5 2 9 9 De
GALLIVER CUTOFF
BAKER, FL 32531 YO
TIF
CURRENT ADDRESS: for
UNKNOWN on
sc
ANITA M. ADKINSON ca
LAST KNOWN Co
ADDRESS: 5 2 9 9 LO
GALLIVER CUTOFF DE
BAKER, FL 32531 IN

ENWTNADDRESS:
BO
AN
ANY AND ALL UN- LIC
MIMNNG PARTI O
K
THROUGH, UNDER, ha
AND AGAINST THE yo
HEREIN NAMED INDI- qu
DEFENDDNT(S) AWHO f n
ARE NOT KNOWN TO ac

H 9R O DAL
MAY CLAIM AN IN- dr

e
AN TEE D IO O
OTHER CLAIMED
LAST KNOWN AD- on
DRESS: U N 9,
KNOWN de
a
CURRENT ADDRESS: m
UNKNOWN ma
pla
WI
YOU ARE NOTIFIED AN
that an action to .fore- CO
close a mortgage on of
the following property
in OKALOOSA County' Do
Florida: As


S T KEOR By
THEREOF AS RE- Th
CORDED IN PLAT co
BOOK 9, PAGES 21 for

S FF O
10/
has been filed against 10/
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de- LE
fences, if any, on -or
before November
16,2009 on Florida De-
fault Law Group, RL., F
Plaintiffs attomey,
whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634, and file the
original with this Court FL
either before service on FS
Plaintiffs attorney or Pla
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will vs.
be entered against you
for the relief demanded PH
in the Complaint or pe- al.,
tuition. De
This notice shall be AM
published once each AC
week for two.consec-
utive weeks in the TO
Crestview News IIul- mo
letin. de
Hi
WITNESS my hand and tin
the seal of this Court res
on this 2 day of Octo- livi
ber, 2009. na
de
re
Don W. Howard su
Clerk of the Court de
By: Antia Cantrall cre
As Deputy Clerk pa
thr
Invoice to & Copy to: ag
Florida Default Law an
Group, PL so
RO. Box 25018 or
Tampa, Florida ex
33622-5018 kn
CHASEDIRECT-CONV-a an
biven-FO9058280 na
**See Americans ,with De
Disabilities Act
YO
IMPORTANT TIF
In accordance with the for
Americans with Disabil- on
ities Act, persons with ert
disabilities needing Be
special accommoda- UN
tion to participate in ST
this proceeding should C
contact Court Adminis- C
traction at 101 James DE
Lee Boulevard East, C
Crestview, FL, C
32536-3515; telephone BO
number (850) 11
689-5000, Extension IT
7497, prior to the pro- M
feeding. or Shalimar PU
(850) 651-7497 O
LF
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the A/
Americans with Disabil- HI
ities Act, persons with DE
disabilities needing
special accommoda- ha
tion to participate in yo
this proceeding should qu
contact Court Adminis- of
traction at 1250 N. Eglin fe
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Kr
32579; telephone num- Gr
ber (850) 651-7497, P.A
prior to the proceeding. at
aP
10/10/07 Bo
10/17/09 33
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GAL#120379
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE
Nb:46-2000-CA-
003685
E BANK OF NEW
RK MELLON FKA
E BANK OF NEW
RK AS TRUSTEE
R THE CERTIFl-
A TEH NOCL DA% R RS

0T 5E7CBLOA ORT
THROUGH CER-
50 SERIES
intiff



N OR eORR A/K/A
fendants
TICE OF ACTION
: RYAN B. ORR
K/A RYAN ORR 3994
UREN COURT DES-
, FL. 32541
D TO: All persons
iming an inte erbo
ain t the aforesaid
fendant(s).
U ARE HEREBY NO-
IED that an action to
close a mortgage
the following de-
ribed property lo-
ted in Okaloos'a
unty, Florida:
T 8, BLOCK C, HID-
N PINES, ACCORD-
G TO THE LAT
ERRDE F' IAS RET
OK 17, PAGE(S) 30
D 31, OF THE PUB-
RECORDS OF
ARLOOSA COUNTY,
s been filed against
u, and you are re-
ired to serve a copy
se j written
tion, on Greenspoon

A hAo a
ess is Trade Centre

as re 7u0d0
0 ithard heC
or before November
2009; otherwise a
fault and a judgment
y be entererdelingainst
nded in the Com-
int.
TNESS MY HAND
D SEAL OF SAID
URT on this 23 day
September2009.
n W. Howard
Clerk of said Court

:DBeeth M anald
is is an attempt to
llect a debt. Any in-
mation, obtained will
soused for that pur-
3/2009
10/2009

GAL#120380
IN THE C RCUIT
COURT OF THE
IRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUITINANDFOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE
NO.:2009-CA-003603
AGSTAR BANK,
B.
intiff.


ILLIP E. BROOKS, et
fendant(s).
ENDED NOTICE OF
TION
: Charles Scott Sey-
ur last known resi-
nce : 1751 Ocenic
gh 98, Unit 702, Des-
FL 32541, current
idence unknown, if
ng, including, if a
med Defendant is
ceased, the personal
prpentatives, the
rviving .spouse, helrs,
visees, grantees,
ditors, and all other
rties claiming, .by,
ough,' under or
ainst that Defendant,
d all claimants, per
ns or parties, natural
corporate, or whose
act legal status is un-
own, claiming under
y of the above
med or described
fendants. .
U ARE HEREBY NO-
IED that an action to
close a mortgage
the following prop-
y located in Palm
ach County, Florida:
IT NO. 702, OF
ERLING SHORES, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
ORDING TO THE
CLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM RE-
QRDED IN O.R-
OK 2321, PAGE
88, AND ALL EXHIB-
S AND AMEND-
ENTS THEREOF.
BLIC RECORDS OF
KALOOSA COUNTY,
ORIDA.
K/A: 1751 SCENIC
GH 98, UNIT 702,
STIN, FL 32541


s been filed against
u and you are re-
ired to serve a copy
your written de-
nses, if any, to it on
istin L. Coomber,
eenfield & Coomber,
., PlaIntiffs attorney,
7000 West Palmetto
rk Road, Suite 402,
ca Raton, Florlda
433 and file the origi-
l with the clerk of this
urt (PO Box 1359,
estview, FL


32536-1359) on or be-
fore November 9, 2009
on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint or peti-
tion,
Dated on 9-23, 2009.
Don W. Howard .
As Clerk of the Court
BY: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
10/3/2009 "
10/10/2009
Legal#100888

AD OER RU A
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASENO.09-DR-5824


OTN3SMarriage of
Detitioner/Husband,
and .
ERIN J. DESMARIAS
Respondent/ Wde.
NOTICE OF kTION


. T Eri desrnar '
6 ach Boulevard '
Room 247
Biloxi, MS39531
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a Pethlon for Dis-
solution of Marriage
has been filed against
yo adn ysoeuNa re-
0 your writtenJu d
fenses, if any, to
r Fo t-
is Post Office Box 947,
Niceville, FL 32588 on
before N br
2009, a Te tee
toSinal with the cleNk of
Eglin Parkw .
Shalimar, Fla a 32579
ore sentice on the r
immediately there fter.
e I edo a
lief d ded I
edition man n

documents in this

ersa re anilable
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court's office.
uumaey view th a
quest up
Dated on 10-2-09
DON W. HOWARD
CLERKOFCOURT
D.Brown
10-10-09
27 9
10-31-09
LEGAL#120383 .


.NO PRASRKOF ELAN
NITY DEVELOPMENT
DISTRICT ,
Notice is hereby given
to all landowners within
the RiverPark Commu-
nity Development Dis-
trict (the "District") for
lands generally de-
scribedl as comprising
a parcel of land ap-
proximately 279 acres,
generally located in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, lying north of Alr-
port Road and to the
east of SR 85, gener-
ally, advising that a
meeting of landowners
will be held for the pur-
. pose of electing three
(3) supervisors.
DATE: November 3.
2009 TIME:10:30 a.m.
(CST) PLACE: Weeks
Planning & Engineering
146 W. Woodruff Ave-
nue Crestview, FL
32536
Each landowner may
vpte in person or by
written proxy. Proxy
forms Irnay be obtained
upon request at the of-
fice of the District Man-
ager, c/o Rizzetta &
Company, 120 Richard
Jackson Blvd, Sulte
220, Panama City
Beach, FL 32407. At
said meeting, each
landowner or his or her
proxy shall be entitled
to cast one vote per
acre of land owned by
him or her and located
within the District for
each person td be
elected|. A fraction of
an acre shall be treated
as one acre. Platted
lots shall be counted
individually and
rounded up to the
nearest whole acre, en-
titting the landowner to
one vote with respect
thereto. The acreage
of planted lots shall not
be aggregated for de-
termining the number
of voting units held by
a landowner or a
landowner's proxy. At
the landowners meet-
ing the landowners
shall select a person a
serve as the meeting
chair and who shall
conduct the meeting.
The meeting is open to
the public and will be
conducted in accord-
ance .with the provi-
sions of Florida law for
community develop-
ment districts. The


meeting may be contin-
ued to a date, time,
and place to be speci-
fied on the record at
such meeting. A copy
of the agenda for this
meeting may be ob-
tained from Rizzetta &
Company, 120 Rlchard
Jackson Blvd, Sulte
220, Panama City
Beach, FL 32407.
Pursuant to provisions


I ER)4
: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pat Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
2140 vsestock
2150 Pet Memorials


2100



English Mastiff
Puppies
AKC wlCH lines
Ready 10/15
PCB (850) 258-5484


2110
.


Estimated 6 month old
jack russell/ chihuahua
mix male. Crate
trained, still learning
usem rainin ess
drencall850582-5029
.
:

Arge2t oahla
Hay $3.50 / bale
537-3609

,
4100
.
,
/

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*
MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiqued
3110 Appilances
3120 Arts & CraHs
A t nessus
3150 Butiding Supplies
3160 Business
Equip(nent
3170 Collectibles
o just rss
3200 I Irewood
3210-FreePassitOn
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
Things to Eat
3260-Health&Fitness
3270 Jeweiry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
I ents
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

.
-
3220

2 pc Leather Sofa &
love Seat new in crates,
Full warr. Retail $1899,
. sacrifice $785. Can
separate. 850-471-0330
*

.
.


.
4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment
Intermation .


4100
Administrative
Assistant -
an r Esta aPro e
cal Exp Required. Send
Resumes to resumes@
era-amencan.com


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8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 cars
8120-%ortskitilityvehicles
vancs
siso commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
nal waterman
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
eRo d cles
son motornomes
.

| 8110
1984 Nissan 300ZX
Turbo w/t-top, great
project car! engine and
turbo runs good. Body
in great shape $600.
0.B.0. Call 682-9969


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DUNCIOgS
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AKC Reg, They are
raised in a beautiful
environment, they
have full bloodline,
they are current
ontheir shts
and vaccinarians
and their health
condition is perfect.

E-knall
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Saturday, Octob~ei 10, 2009


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
Middle school volleyball
Lewis at Shoal River,3:30

paDavidson at Pryor, 3 p.m.

Tuesday
High school volleyball
Freeport at BakerJV 5
p.m.iv s p.m.
Crestview at Fo"
Walton Beach, jV 5 p.m./V
6 p.m.
Central at Laui-el HillJV
4 p.m./V 5 p.m.
High school cross country
BakeratWalton;3:30p.m.

Christian Thomhave
Memorial Golf,
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
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 noon
Oct.23 with six flights in
the tou ament.Fug
handicaps and playing ability.
Prizes will be awarded in
eacEhn hfeeforthe
tournament is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members. Checks


call B.J.Thombave at 682-
2012 or 826-20I2.

BAYA fundraiser
TheBakerAreaYouth
Association is hosting a
fundraising rafRe with the
grand prize being a deer hunt
in Kentucky valued at $2,000.
The five-day hunt is
scheduled for Nov. 15-19 in
Christian County, Ky., and
includes five days of 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.Yciu
do not need to be present
to wm.

SOCKS annual golf
tournament
Save Our Cats and
Kittens (SOCKS) of Fort
Walton Beacha 50I(c)-3
not-for-profit cat and kitten
shelter, is sponsoring a golf
tournament Oct.24 at
FortWalton Beach Pines .
e rourse.E r00isP$50
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Baker's Allysa Horn hits the ball against Northview's


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Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.cona
BAKER Don't be sup.
praised if members of the
Baker volleyball team are
walking around with their
heads in the clouds these
days.
Maybe it's because the
Gators are in "11th heav-
.en" following Thursday's
25-18, 25-12, 25-19 sweep of
Northview that saw them
improve to 11-0 overall and
8-0 in District 1-2A play.
The Gators won't have
anyproblemregainingth6ir
focus this weeks they host
Freeport on 'lliesday and
Jay on Thursday in hopes
of finishing district play un-
defeated.
The frightening thing
for future opponents is that
coach Lisa Roy doesn't
think the Gators have
played their best volleyball
onaconsistentbasisyet.

. Ou othaven'te d
maybe two games," she
said. "I looked at them then
and said, 'Man, they're
awesome.' The rest of the
games, it's 'Wow, we came
away with a win.' n
"It's not that we are not
a good team, it's just that
way when they don't play
up to their potential. we
talk about how to play at
the level of the team they
are competing with."
Those outside the Ga-
tor program might be sur-
prised by the 11-0 start, but
Royisn't. ..
"I'm an optimist, and
whenmygirlsplayitdoesn't
surprise me," she said. "We
should be undefeated. You
would like to say it's not
surgitising.
"Weareagoodteamand
I1mew coming into the sea-
son, we had a good group of
girls. My expectations were
high to begin with, and, so
far; they have delivered."
Roy might not be sur-
prised by the perfect start,
but some of the players
are.
"We always thought we
would be the best in our dis-
trict, but we didn't think we
would be this good," Allysa
Horn said. ,
Kaitlin Hunter said the
season-opening win over


Above, Baker head
, volleyball coach Lisa
Roy motivates her team
on Thursday against
Northview. At right,
Baker's Lauren Griffith
sets the ball on Thursday
against Nort view.

Class 5A .Pace showed
the Gators how good they
might be.
"That (beating Pace)
gave us a lot of encourage-
ment for the rest of the
year," she said. "Knowing
that we could beat thent
and Imowing that the other
schools around here (in
District 1-2A) were a lot
smaller,
. "Beating them gave us a
lot of confidence."
Horn anticipates a wild
time n6xt week with the two
big rivals coming to town.
"It's going to be crazy,"
she. said. "Our fans will be
here, and we are confident
that we willbe able to beat
them."
And what kind of edge
does the perfect start give
the Gators?
"Probably the confi-
dence that we are good
enough to play with just
about anybody," Horn said.
Hunter agreed.
"We play a bunch of dif-
ferent types of teams," she
said. "We play teams that
are our height and teams
that are a whole lot bigger
than us.
"Knowing that we are
11-0, we have the confi-


tors can play up to their po-
tential.
"I don't see why we can't
make it to state," she said,
"Ifwe can stayup there and
play to our potential, there
is no reason we shouldn't
go to state this year."


dence, and we don't go in
there thinking we are go-
ing to get beat. We have the
confidence that we can play
with them."
Roy believes Baker can
make some noise in the
playoffs if the confident Ga-


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GATOR VOLLEYBALL


Northview

VOlleyball-

team no

match for

Gators
Randy Dickson
randy@crestviewbulletin.com

BAKER Northview's
volleyball team couldn't
stop Baker's march to-
ward perfection in Dis-
trict 1-2A play Thursday.
Simply put, the Gators
did what they have done
all year long: win, sweep:
ing the Chiefs in, straight
sets 25-18, 25-12, 25-19.
Baker (11-0, 6-0) might
have kept its perfect re-
cord intact, but the Ga-
tors felt they didn't have
their best night.
"We usually play a lot
better than we did to-
night," Kaitlin Hunter
said. "We should have
played a lot better than
wehdid, but we came out
-Mtcoaa n.isa Roy agreed
with Hunter that the team
could have played better.

goodWeshepls i "Ap
a win and we will take it,
regardless, but I've defi-
nitely seen them play bet-


something to with it. I
think there could have
been some distractions
that usually aren't there."
The distraction might
have affected the perfor-
mance of the Gators, but
* the play of the Chiefs had
something to do with it, as
well.
"They had.better block-
ing tonight (than in their
earlier meeting), Allysa
Horn said. "They were
givmg us better challeng-
es at the net than they did
. last time. And they were
hitting a lot harder *than
they were last time."
But Northview's best
efforts were not good
enough to knock off the
Gators.
The Chiefs made their
presence knowfi early m
the first set as they took
a 5-1 lead only to have it
wiped out.
A kill liy Jennifer El-
lis ppHed the Gators to
within three points. Carly

Beatrtt bls yhes s
offense to score another
eight unanswered points
as the Gators took an 11-
5 lead on their way to the
first set wirt.
The second set was all
Gators as they took the
lead at 3-2 and proceeded
to run away with the.set to
go up 2-0.
Northview gave it one
last shot in the third set,
jumping out to a 13-6 lead
that disappeared under
the constant pressure
from the Gators.
A Mollie Royal'kill put
Baker in front 16-15. and
spelled the beginning of
the end for the Chiefs.
A few minutes later,
the Gator players were
celebrating another win
and preparing to enjoy
homecoming.

Scores: 25-18, 25-12, 25-
19.
BAKER (11-0, 6-0):
Lauren Griffith,12 assists,
2 kills, 1 block, 1 ace, 1 dig;
Mollie Royal 5 kills, 2 digs;
Jennifer Ellis 4 kills, 1 as-
sist, 3 aces, 1 block, 4 digs;
Kaitlin Hunter 7 digs, 5
aces, 1 assist; Allysa Horn
6 kills, I assist, 2 blocks;
Kaylee Bradley 5 kills, 1
assist, 1 ace, 1 dig.
JV: Baker won 2-0.


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