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10-year-old selected for

Ambassador Program


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
When Bob ,Sikes El-
ementary School lets out
this, spring, most of the kids
will eagerly look forward to
whiling away their summers
playing baseball or soccer,
going to the beach or fish-
ing.


But 'not Ethan Spara-
gowski.
The 10 -year-old has other
plans. He'll be meeting with
a member of Parliament,
kissing the Blarney Stone,
learning to dance an Irish
jig, experiencing life as a
collier in the pits of Wales,
See AMBASSADOR A3


YOUNG AMBASSADOR:
B6b Sikes Elementary
School fifth grader
Ethan Sparagowski-
looks up from a map
of Great Britain. The
10-year-old is the first
elementary school
student from northern
Okaloosa County:,
ever selected for
the People-to-People.
Ambassador Program.
BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin
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Photo gallery
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
WHAT'S HAPPENING ........... A 2
EDUCATION..................... 5
OPINION ................. ........ A 8
BUSINESS........................... A9
SPORTS....................... .... B 1
(LASSIFIEDS.............6....... B 6

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UP THE CREEK


ANN SPANN I Crestvirw News Bulletin
YELLOW RIVER BRIDGE: Emergency personnel responded to a reported vehicle in the water at the Yellow
River bridge on County Road 2 shortly after 2 p.m. Monday. A boat trailer was attached to the pickup,
but neither'the truck's owner nor the boat was on scene. Responders classified the call east of the
Blackman community as an abandoned vehicle.


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Bob Sik


Ioca I educators recognized

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School support staff
in county top three
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.coni
Two local educators have been,
recognized by the Okaloosa County
School District for being among the
top three support staff members in
the county, said district Superinten-
dent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts.
Connie Muriay, an aide at Bob
Sikes Elementary School, was chosen
as the first runner-up for Education
Support Person of the Year, Tibbetts
said. Ginger Kennedy, a classroom as-
sistant at Baker School, was second
runner-up.
"Those two ladies are doing a lot
for our schools," Tibbetts praised.
Bob Sikes Principal Gary Massey
says Murray is so valuable, he joked,
"I tell her that when her contract
comes up, it'll just say WIT: whatever'
it takes." /
Murray's primary position is a
computer lab assistant, in which she
operates the lab and schedules time
for teachers to bring kids in to use the
computers, "but there's a list of things
she does beyond that," Massey said.
In addition to her work in the com-


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Connie Murray helps a student in the computer lab at Bob Sikes School.


puter lab, Murray coordinates some
of the school's tutoring programs.
and is a coach on the Bullpups' Tech
Bowl team. She also assists in the
media center, and. as is often the fate
of someone who demonstrates the
slightest computer literacy, she has
become the de facto "go-to" whenever
someone at Bob Sikes has a computer
issue.
"There are countless technological
issues that comes up that she deals
See EDUCATORS A3


Ginger Kennedy listens as first-
grader Joseph Frazier sounds out
words during a reading program.


Thieves, .

burglarize

more than

20 cars

Michael Stewart, .
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
Nearly two dozen auto-
mobiles were burglarized
over the weekend in subdi-
visions off PJ. Adams Park-
way. .,
Sunday morning, mem-
bers of the Crestview Po-
lice department responded
to 23 separate incidents
-where -.items had. been ,
stolen from automobiles,
in and around the River
Chase subdivision.
The autos were targeted
Saturday night or early
Sunday morning. Police be-
gan fielding calls Sunday as
people awoke and discov-
ered items were missing
from their vehicles.
Thieves 'stole iPbds,
GPS systems, radios,
radar detectors, loose
change and other items of
value, police Lt. Andrew
Schneider said.
"All of the vehicles were
unlocked,' Schneider said.
S Police have in the past
dealt with cases where
a. neighborhood was tar-
geted. The sheer number
of thefts in a single night
makes this incident some-
what out of the ordinary,
however, Schneider said.
"The message we are
See THEFT A3

Anyone with
information about a rash
-'of car burglaries off P.J.
Adams Parkway last
weekend is encouraged
to call the Crestview
Police Department's
Criminal Investigations
Division at 682-2055
or Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers at 863-TIPS
(8477).
To report suspicious .
activity, call the Crestview
Police Department's main
number at 682-3544.
Okaloosa County
residents can call the
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office at 689-
5705.


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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports Feb. 17, Parthenon To register or get more
Healthcare, Crestview, 8:30 information, call 850-398-
NORTH OALOOSA a. to 11:30 a.m. 6965, 1-877-6-STOP-NOW
NORTH OKALOOSA Feb. 19, Bob Sikes Ele- (toll free) or visit www.west-
mentary School, Crestview. floridaahec.org.
VALENTINE'S DIN- 4 pmn. to 7:30 p.m. ART & SCIENCE.
NER: New Bethel United Feb. 26, Crestview Post OF JOB SEARCH: Jobs
Methodist Church at 5986 Office, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 Plus at 212 N. Wilson St.
State Road 85 North will p.m. in Crestview is hosting
host a Valentine's Italian There is an elevated "The Art-& Science of Job
dinner on Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. need for blood types 0 Search," a seminar series,
A free dinner will be Negative, and B Negative, every Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
served from 6-6:45 pmn. and Northwest Florida Blood through March 25. It ends
includes a choice of lasa- Services is your commu- with an employer question-
gne, spaghetti or alfredo nity blood center providing and-answer panel on the
noodles, with green salad, blood to patients, fainilies 25th.
Texas toast and dessert. and friends in local hospi-. Attendance is free, but
Entertainment featur- tals across the Panhandle. seating is limited. Reserve
ing Jerry Clower imper- Blood is used to help pa- a seat by calling 833-7587
.sonatorEd Cotten and gos- tients 'with cancer, heart extension 211 ore-rhailjmc-
pel group the Keith Rowell bypass, in surgeries, and daniel@jobsplus02.com.
Family will begin at 7 p.m. emergencies. Feb. 4 Civil Service ap-
The event is free, but Call 862-4216 for more plications and online appli-
a free-will offering for the information. 'p nations (EFM).
singing group will be col- HABITATSEMINAR:A Feb.18-stepstoabetter
elected. Habitat for Humanity work- resume.'
TRANSLATORS shop will be hosted Friday, March 4 interviewing
NEEDED: Pensacola- Feb. 5 from 6:30 8:30 p.m. strategies that work.
based Dvorak Internation- at Striving for Perfection' March 18 negotiating
al Linguistics, Inc. is cur- Ministries, 24 Bass Avenue and job retention.
rently gathering contact SW, Fort Walton Beach, for CRESTVIEW LI-
information for bilingual interested families to help' BRARY: The Crestview
individuals speaking Hai- them understand the Habi-' Public Library at 1445 Corn-,
tian Creole, or Kreyol, and; tat for Humanity process merce Drive in Crestview is
English to volunteer in as- "and determine if they are hosting the following activi-
sisting victims of the earth-. eligible to qualify for the ties:
quake in Haiti. program. A questiori-and- AARP Tax Aide is
For details or to register, -answer session will follow again providing free tax
contact Claudia Dvorak at the presentation. 'Door preparation at the library
cdvorak@dvorakinterna- prizes and refreshments .for low and middle income
tional.cbm or call 850-492- provided by Striving 'for residents, with special at-
4406. Perfection Ministries. tention to those age 60 and'
BLOOD .DRIVES: For more information older.
Northwest Florida Blood call or e-mail Christy Jones This free service is avail-
Center drives in North at christy@habitatfwb.org able on a first-come, first-
Okaloosa County are as fol- or call 850-315-0025, Ext. 3. served basis from Feb. 1
lows: QUIT SMOKING through'April 15. Sign-in is
Feb. 3,Baker School, 10 CLASS: Okaloosa County required. Hours are Mon-
a.m. to 4 p.m. tobacco' users can find free days from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.,
Feb. 12, Possum' Ridge help to quit tobacco "use Tuesdays and KThursdays
BBQ, Crestview, 1 p.m. to at ope of a list of free, six- from 10:a.m. to 2 p.m. and
6 p.m. Every donor will re- week, evidence-based."Quit' Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
ceive a free sandwich. Smoking Now" programs Saturday appointments
Feb. 14, Knights of Co- sponsored by West Florida" for those who speak Span-
lumbus, Crestview, at Our Area Health ,Education ish only are available from
Lady of Victory Catholic Center (AHEC).' '10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 6
Church, 550 Adams St., 8:30 NOMC is hosting a plass through March 27. A tranis-
a.m. to 1 p.m.; First United Mondays at 5:30 p.m. from lator, will be available 'on
Methodist Church, Crest- Feb. 1 through March 8and these Saturdays only.
view, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. .again on Mondays at 5:30 A bilingual JobsPlus
'Feb. 15, Wal-Mart, Crest- p.m. from Mdy 3 through staff member Access Flor-
view, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 14.. ida will help people' ap-
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plying for food stamps or 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 27.
other non-cash assistance The cost is $20 (payable
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 at the door) and includes a
p.m. Feb. 6 through March copy of a model grant bud-
27. at the Crestview Pub- get. Seminar attendees will
lic Library to help with the learn about proposal writ-
online application on Satur- ing, grant budgeting and
days from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. program goal setting. Bring
Feb. 6 through March 27. acopyofyourorganization's
You will need a current mission and a synopsis of
library card to use the li- your proposed program
brary computers. There is with goals for funding.
no charge for ad initial li- To register, call 850-
brary card. Just bring in a 977-5110 or 850-576-0721 or
picture ID, contact phone email ahholt@ahholt.com.
numbers, and proof of your The library is located
Okaloosa County street ad- at '1445 Commerce Drive
dress. (behind the post office) in
One-on-one beginning north Crestview. For more
skills computer tutoring. information call the library
The one-hour sessions are at 682-4432.
,especially helpful for senior,. H1Nj VACCINATION:
citizens who want to learn .Workplace, community,
how to use the Internet and church and other groups
e-mail. Appointments are are invited to contact the
available on Tuesday and Okaloosa Health Depart-
Thursday afternoons and ment :through Feb. 26 if
Saturday mornings. Visit they have at least 10 people
the library at 1445 Com- wanting to get the vaccine.
merce Drive (behind the With three days' notice, the
post office) or call 682-4432 department will travel to
to schedule your appoint- you to give a free vaccina-
merit. A current library tion clinic.
card is required. To request a clinic at
f* First Tuesday Lec- your place of employment,
ture are featured every church, or other site, please
first Tuesday of the month call Elaine at 833-9240, ext,
at 10:30 a.m. on Commerce -2304, Kellie at ext. 2149, or
Drive. The Feb. 2 lecture by Linda at ext. 2381.
J.C. Connor is on "The His- This mobile clinic offer
tory & Legacy of Carver- ends Feb. 26.
Hill School." Connor will FASHION SHOW,
discuss the beloved Carv- FUND-RAISER: The
er-Hill School that served "Look Smart, Di'ess from
Crestview's black students the Heart" fashion show
from 1954 to 196,8. fundraiser for the GFWC
The library is located at Woman's Club of Crest-
1445 Commerce Drive be- view will be held Feb. 13 at
hind the post office in north 11 a.m. at First United
Crestview. Call 682-4432. Methodist Church Fellow-
GRANT ':WRITING' ship Hall, 898 Texas Park-
WORKSHOP: -Tallahas- ;way, Crestview. ,
see author and grant writer Fashions will be pre-
Anne Haw Holt will conduct sented by Red Raspberry
a three-hour overview of and Donna Howard.
methods used to find and Tickets for the event in-
complete grants for non- clude a luncheibon and door
profits including agencies, prizes. They are $20- each,
and churches on Feb. 27. including .tax. Proceeds
The program will be held in support the group's chari-
the Crestview public library ties. To reserve your tickets,
meeting room from 12:30 to call Jeri Jones at 217-5869
or Gigi Allen at 682-7879, or
^, contact aly club member.
YOUTH BASEBALL &
SSOFTBALL: Signups and
Read? other events will be held
S- for Crestview Dixie Youth
SM[ baseball and softball on'
S Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. at Garden
City Park. Call 850-758-1414
for more information.
~OKALOOSA FCAT TU-
TORING: All Okaloosa stu-
dents are invited to attend
Saturday Success, tutoring
.' t for the FCAT Feb. 13, Feb. 26
Sand March 6 from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. at Choctaw High
School. For details contact
Dr. Cheryl Seals (north)
at 689-7177, ext. 18000 or
Elaine Anderson (south) at
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anniversary and the Martin
Luther King Jr. holiday, Go
Play Weekday allows resi-
dents and visitors to explore
featured parks for a budget
entrance fee of 75 cents per
person through Feb. 25.
This includes Blackwa-
ter River State Park in Holt
and Falling Waters State
Park in Chipley.
Mention "Go Play Week-
day" at the ranger station
to get the special price. If
the park has an honor box,
just write "Go Play Week-,
day" on the envelope and
put in 75 cents instead of
the full fee.
Promotions will change
throughout the year, so
check for updates on the
Web site., at www.Flori-
daStateParks.org.
TRUCK RAFFLE: Just'
in time for Valentine's Day,
the Harvest Vineyard'Mis-
sior is hosting a raffle for a
bright red 1965 Chevy truck
Proceeds will. support the
Area Addictions Recovery
Center. 7 V
The, anticipated date
of the drawing to choose a
winner is Feb. 13, or when
tickets are all sold. They are
being sold at area stores
and are also available at
theministry office. Call 682-
6447 for details. ; -
ECONOMIC LIVING
EXPO; Learn to make
Smart Choices about
Money, Home and Health
in 2010 at the EcoNomic
Living Expo held Feb. 27,
at the C.H. "Bull" Rigdon
Fairgrounds, Lewis Turner
Boulevard (US 189), Fort
Walton Beach. There is still
time to participate as, an
exhibitor, sponsor or in the
Piggy Bank Beauty Pag-
eant, by calling 850-797-4902
or 689-5850. This free event
includes a free canvas bag,
and prize giveaways all day.
Sign Vip to be an Okaloosa
PSaver at www.okaloosa-
saves.org. '
AMERICAN GIRLS
BOOK CLUB: The Crest-
view Public. Library on
Commerce; Drive behind
the post office is hosting an
American Girls Book Club.
Thd club meets every third
Saturday of the month from
10 a.m. until noon in the
Story Room. Members talk
about the book and discover
more about life at' different
times in. American history.
Activities, arts & crafts, and
interesting snacks are part
of each session.
SJoin in by signing up in
Youth Services for each
meeting; get the book from
the library or purchase it,
and finish reading the se-
lected book for that month
before coming to the meet-
ing. For details, call 496-
,9496.


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Crestview News Bulletin I A3


THE PIED PRINCIPAL: Bob Sikes principal takes pies on the kisser for literacy


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
The kids worked their
way down the table at the
Bob Sikes Elementary
'School cafeteria, being
careful not td spill their
plates, but it wasn't lunch-
time. The plates were lad-
en with whipped cream,
and their destination was
the face of Bob Sikes Prin-
cipal Gary Massey.
The kids weren't be-
ing rebellious. In fact, far
from being renegades,
they had surpassed their
reading .goals by 150 per-
cent or more., Getting
to shove a plate full of
whipped cream into the
face of the principal was
their reward.
"One of the toughest
things to do is to get books
into their hands," Massey


said, taking a break be-
tween taking pies in the
kisser. "This is a small
price to pay."
The goal of the reading
program was not so much
to assault the principal
with dairy products, but
"to get kids excited about
reading," Massey said.
Getting to cram a plate
of whipped cream into his
face was their reward.
'All week, Massey said,
kids would come up and
proudly tell him "I'm at
50 percent," then "I'm
at 75 percent," until at
last when Friday rolled
around, "all I've heard to-
day is 'I'm going to get to
pie you in the face!'"
Actually, quite a few
-more kids surpassed their
goals by more than antici-
pated, Massey said. Be-
tween 425 and 450 kids ul-


timately paraded through
the cafeteria Friday after-
noon and poured, pushed,,
flung or gingerly shoved
their plates into Massey's
noggin.
It's not the first time
Massey's been assaulted.
by food all in the name of
encouraging kids to read


BRIAN HUGHES I
CrestviewNews Bulletin
PIE-EYED: Bob Sikes
Elementary School
Principal Gary Massey
took pies in the face from
students who surpassed
their reading goals:
for the pleasure of it. Last
year it was applesauce
slime.
"This is much better*
than slime," Massey said,
licking his lips. "Slime was
a nightmare."
It was more than a
nightmare. Because the
sliming took place out-


doors, the sweet, sticky
stuff attracted a swarm
of yellow jackets, and the
principal was stung twice.
His next reward for excel-
lence in reading, however,
will be a bit cleaner.
"Next time I'll be
dropped into a dunking
booth," Massey said.


EDUCATORS from page Al


with," Massey said. "Pretty much any job that The "Passport" program Kennedy created
comes up, we knock on her door and she says, for students and their parents meets monthly
.'We'll get it taken care of.' in the evening.
"She told me once her father said he didn't "It's a really neat thing," Shipp said. "We fill
raise a fool," Massey said. "She wants to be so our cafeteria with parents and grandparents
valuable I can't get rid ofher and she's definite- and they all work together on a learning proj-
ly done that. ect." -
"We're very excited for her," Massey added. Some of the projects initiated by Kennedy
"She has done some amazing things over include a book swap club, in which students
there," Tibbetts agreed. swap and trade books, plus "lots of fund-rais-
Baker School Principal Tom Shipp had high ing," some of which includes making and
praise for Ginger Kennedy, who started as a selling her own crafts to raise money for the
volunteer. Now she works full-time with Title I school. Family Nights at the school are another
students and their parents as parent involve- of Kennedy's initiatives, and have included
ment coordinator. chili cook-offs and bingo. Currently Kennedy is
"She schedules interactive lessons for par- planning a movie night.
ents and students," Shipp explained. "She is absolutely wonderful. She's always


going 90 mph and nobody can keep up with
her," Shipp said.."She is so involved and so in-
terested in our kids. She is always coming up
with new ideas of things to do that kids can do
and learn from.
"She's a dream," Shipp said. "I wish we
could clone her." .
Following a recent tour of the school's Title
I program, Tibbetts remarked, "I was really
touched when I listened to what the Title I
teachers had to say about her."
Susan Campbell at Niceville High School
was selected as the. top Education Support
Person of the Year in the county Tibbetts had
high praise for all them all.
"The education support people in our school
system are amazing," she said.


THEFT
from page Al
trying to get out to citizens is
that they can prevent these
type of crimes by locking their
cars up," he said.
Police are beefing up patrols
in the subdivision and are asking
residents to keep an eye out for,
and report,any unusual activity.
"If parents see their children
in possession of items they
didn't purchase, they should
contact law enforcement," Sch-
neider said.
Brandy McLemore lives on
Boulder Street,- near. Peoria
Drive, where the bulk of the
thefts occurred. McLemore
said her truck wasn't bothered,
"We always keep our car
doors locked," McLemore said.
With the exception of one
incident, no damage was done
to any of the automobiles, Sch-
neider said.
"The only damage we had
was when somebody tried to
take a DVD player out of a car,"
he said.
McLemore's neighbor, Kar-
en Pruitt said she wasn't too
concerned. Like McLemore,
Pruitt and her husband remove
valuables from their cars and
lock the, dors.
Besides, you can't get near
Pruitt's home without alerting
her dogs.
"I've got some pretty noisy
dogs," she said. "I would be
more concerned if they had bro-
ken into homes."
That has happened as well.
Late last year, deputies were
kept busy with a rash of break-
ins and thefts at residences in,
the small community of Auburn,
north of Crestview.


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searching for the' Loch .counties being 'considered
*Ness monster and discov-, for the program, said his
ering why the guards of proud mom.
the crown jewels are called Nancy Sparagowski said
Beefeaters.. the wait after his Jark. 23
SEthan is Bob Sikes and interview was agonizing,
northern Okaloosa Coun- but at last the phone rang
ty's first elementary school around 7 p.m. on Jan. 25.
student to be accepted in "You should have seen
the prestigious People-to-' his face!" she said. "At first
People Ambassador Pro- he was real quiet, then he
gram founded by President got a big grin on his face."'
Dwight Eisenhower in Along with Ethan's ap-
1956. plication, he sent letters
"That's excellent!" ex- of recommendation from
claimed Bob Sikes Prin- his Bob Sikes second and
cipal Gary Massey upon third grade teachers, Pol-
hearing the news. "He's a ly Brunson and Angelique
great kid." Cox; his current teacher,
The three-week pro- Kathy Morris; commu-
gram will take Ethan and nity leader Bob Lynn; and
the other 11 students in his Ethan's Crestview city
northwest Florida delega- league soccer coach of five
tion to London, Oxford and, years, Philip Hutcheson.
Warwick, .England; Loch "He's a very outgoing,
Ness and Edinburgh, Scot- hard-working student who
land; Blaenafon, Wales; and does well," said Cox. "He's
Dublin. and County Kerry, just an all-around good kid.
Ireland. I know he'll do great in this
The north Crestview program."
fifth grader is the youngest Ethan is particularly
of Nancy and Kevin Spara- excited about soaring over
gowski's two sons. Ethan's England's capital on the
older brother Chayne is a London Eye, as, well as
student at Northwest Flor- playing a little soccer in the
ida State College. Ethan United Kingdom (or "foot-
was among 30 students ball" as it's known outside
from Escambia to Walton of the U.S.)..


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
*PROUD FAMILY: Ethan. Sparagowski, second from left,
joins his family after hearing he has been selected as
a People-to-People Ambassador delegate. From left
are Ethan's mom Nancy, big brother Chayne, and
Father Kevin Sparagowski.


"It's my favorite Sport,"
Ethan said. "They're really
good there. It'd be cool. to
learn the rules they have
there."
Ethan's experiences
will include attending a
West End play, dancing
at an Irish "c6ilidh" (KAY
lee) community festival,'
hiking in the Scottish high-
lands, helping train Scot-
tish sheepdogs, visiting a
medieval encampment at


Warwick Castle, punting in
Qxford, and making bread
on an Irish farm.,
"They also do a service
project while he's over
there in one of the commu-
nities," Nancy Sparagowski
said.
Although being away
from his family and home
for three weeks might seem
daunting for most kids his
age, Ethan doesn't foresee
any problems. In fact, he's


particularly looking 'for-
ward to a little respite from
his big brother's amateur
radio hobby
"I might miss Chayne's
radios going off all night but
I might get a pretty good
night's sleep, too," Ethan
declared.
The boys' mom admit-
ted she had some initial
misgivings about letting
heryoungest tromp around
the U.K. under the escort of
strangers. However, once
Kevi- and Nancy' Spara-
gowski met Ethan's Peo-
ple-to-People delegation
leader, Escambia County
schoolteacher Barbie Nall,
and learned of the many
health, safety and security
provisions the program
practices, both were much
more at ease.
"They have an excel-
lent security plan in place,"
Nancy Sparagowski said.
"The program is well
thought out and very well
organized."
Soon Ethan and the
other kids in his delegation
will begin monthly classes
in British education, cul-
ture and government. "It's
also a time for them to start
building friendships with


other members," Nancy
Sparagowski said.
The biggest challenge,
'Ethan's mom said, is rais-
ing the program's almost
$7,000 tuition, but Ethan
has 'proven his fund-rais-
ing prowess through par-
ticipation in events such
as the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life
and the American Heart
Association's Jump Rope
for Hearts.
"I figured if he can raise
$1,800 for Relay for Life on
his own, I feel he can do it,"
said Nancy Sparagowski,
who added that Ethan paid
the initial application pay-
ment out of his own sav-
ings. "He's gung-ho now."
"I have no doubt he'll do
it because that's what he
doest' agreed Cox. "He's a
wonderful kid."
"I'm so glad he's got this
opportunity," Nancy Spara-
gowski said. "It'll benefit
him all the way around."

If you would like to con-
tribute toward Ethan Spar-
agowski's People-to-People
Ambassador tuition, dona-
tions may be made to his
account at any Coastal
Bank and Trust branch.


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Local


Wednesday, February 3, 2010


School sign flattened by errant motorist


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Was it a basketball rival, envious of the
Laurel Hill Hoboes' prowess on the court?
No, said Laurel Hill School Principal Susan
Lowery-Sexton, it was just an under-skilled
motorist who failed to negotiate a turn who
ran down the Laurel Hill School sign that
stood at the corner of State Road 85 and
Sunnyside Avenue.
While the exact time of the sign's demise
is not known, by the morning of Jan. 24,
all that remained was a pair of splintered
posts snapped off at ground level, the sign
prone on the ground nearby, bits of debris,
and, mysteriously, a partially deflated old
Spaulding basketball left at the scene,
Tire tracks lead from the highway, over
a warning marker for buried communica-
tions cables, and right through the sign's
previous location.
"It was just an accident," said Lowery-
Sexton, quickly dismissing any darker in-
tent on the driver's part. "Someone was
trying to make the turn and missed it. We're
going to get a real nice new sign out of it."
For years, the reader-board style sign
featuring the school's Hobo mascot stood
on the corner across Sunnyside Avenue


SPLINTERED POSTS: The posts that held
up the Laurel Hill School sign were
snapped off at ground level when the
driver ran it down. ,
from the What's It Shop. Channels held
changeable type that spelled out messages
until a new digital sign was installed farther
up the street.
. Lowery-Sexton said the school is ea-
gerly anticipating a replacement sign, and
is likewise pleased the old sign's demise
wasn't an act of unsportsmanlike conduct.
"We're glad it wasn't a rival who hit it," she
said. "We're pretty friendly up here."
As for the old basketball left on the
scene, Lowery-Sexton offered no explana-
tion.


Crestview woman injured after car strikes dog


Wendy Victora
TFlorida Freedom Newspapers
A Crestview woman
was seriously injured early
Monday morning in Santa
Rosa County when her car
struck a dog on U.S. High-
way 90 near Pine Top Road
and overturned on some,
nearby railroad tracks.


Janet A. Brunson, 44,
was taken to North Okaloo-
sa Medical Center after the
6:55 a.m. accident.
She was traveling west
when she hit the dog and
veered onto the north
shoulder, where her ve-
hicle rolled. She ended
up right side up on the
tracks, according to. the


Florida Highway Patrol
media release.
Allrailtrafficwasstopped
until the car could be re-
moved from the tracks.
Her 2005 Honda sus-
tained $10,000 worth of
damage.
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Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Crestview High School offers new range of qualifications


Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview High School' has
been awarded International
Centre status by University of


Cambridge International Ex-
aminations.
CHS will now offer a range of
internationally accepted quali-
fications including Cambridge's


advanced academic standards.
CIE is the world's largest
provider of international quali-
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The broad range of these quali-


fications is recognized by uni-
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and employers worldwide.
CHS Principal Edward Cole-
man said, "Crestview High


School is proud to be associated
with Cambridge as it enables us
to extend our service and offer
quality education to the local
community."


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from University of Montevallo
Special to the News Bulletin Business Administration


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the University of Monte-
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More than 200 UM stu-
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Okaloosa School Superintendent Alexis Tibbetts
read to Kathy Thomas's second grade glass at
Bob Sikes Elementary School during the school's
celebration of Literacy Week. The second
graders enjoy "The Jester Has Lost His Jingle"
by David Saltzman, read by Tibbetts. The class
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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Arts & Entertainment.


Wednesday, February 3, 2010


'Dreams Come True'


Rare Disney exhibition

on view in New Orleans


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Crestview residents
Janice and Jim Crose are
unabashed Disney enthusi-
asts. Several times a year,
they head off to Disney
World in Orlando, where'
they have a timeshare con-
do. They have Disney mem-
orabilia throughout their
home, hanging from their
key chains, on their backs
and even on their car.
Folks like, the Croses,
whose cell phone ring
tones play different Disney
movie and TV theme songs
depending oh who's calling,
have a rare opportunity to
plunge into one of the most
magical aspects of Disney
culture. And it's closer than
the more than six-hour
drive to Orlando.
Until March 14, "Dreams
Come True: Art of the Clas-
sic Fairy Tales from the
Walt Disney Studio" is
on exhibit at the New Or-
leans Museum of Art. It's
a marvelous cornucopia of
imagery showcasing the
exceptional high quality of
animated film artwork for
which the Disney name is
synonymous.
It's also the exhibition's
only stop in North America


and is fittingly displayed in
the town that's the setting
for the studio's newest ani-
mated film, "The Princess
and the Frog."
Exhibited in the grand
New Orleans Museum of
Art, or NOMA as it's -fa-
miliarly called, are more
than 600 original artworks
and artifacts from the Dis-
ney studios, including rare
hand-painted animation
cells, conceptual sketches,
doodles, background paint-
ings ana three-dimensional
study figures of beloved an-
imated characters used as
guides for studio artists.
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.ture-length animated film,
"Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs" through "Cinder-
ella," "Sleeping Beauty,"
"The Little Mermaid" and
"Beauty and the Beast"
to "The Princess and the
Frog," visitors traverse
theme galleries devoted to
. each film. With each, moni-
tors display short film clips
showing how the individual
sketches and paintings led
to the final films beloved by
filmgoers throughout' the
world.:
Rare gems on display
include original theatrical
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DREAM HOUSE: Banners announcing the "Dreams Come True" exhibition of Disney animation art hang from
the portico of the New Orleans Museum of Art.


est sound animated films, cultural jewels, and art-lov-
including "Steamboat Wil- ers of all degrees will love
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video presentation runs 20 other galleries. Perma-
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My absolute favorite,
however, always has been
the glittering collection of
works by the Faberg6 stu-
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Housed in its own little sec-
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$16; seniors (65 and old-
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children younger than 3,
free. Although young chil-
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ing drawings and paint-
ings of familiar friends
from the Disney films,
"Dreams Come True" is
not a "children's" exhibi-
tion. Young visitors might
soon tire of having the
fascinating but extensive
descriptions of each of the
600 pieces read to them.
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Community Arts

CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor


Ed Asner as 'FDR'
FEB. 6 Veteran stage and screen actor Ed Asner
will perform the solo performance drama "FDR" at
the Mattie Kelly Arts Center in Niceville at 7:30 p.m.
"FDR" is based upon Dore Schary's Broadway hit
"Sunrise at Campobello" and explores the life of one
of America's best-loved presidents and the events and
decisions that shaped a nation. This powerful play
follows the iconic president as he reflects on his years
in office, from inauguration to the trials of World War
II.


Asner is the recipient of seven Emmy Awards ("Mary
Tyler Moore Show," "Lou Grant") and 16 nominations,
.,- -. .' .... five Golden Globe Awards and is a member of the TV
Academy Hall of Fame. Recently, he was the voice of
"Carl Fredricksen" in Disney Pixar's animated movie
Tickets are $30 each and are available from the
box office, by phone at 729-6000 or online.at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org.

Fashion show
FEB. 13 GFWC Woman's Club of Crestview will
present "Look Smart, Dress from the Heart," its annual
fashion show featuring stylish fashions presented by
the Red Raspberry and Donna Howard. In addition to
the fashions, there will be a delicious luncheon and door
prizes. The fun and fashion begin at 11 a.m. at the First
United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 898 Texas
Parkway. Tickets are $20 and support the organization's
p c charities. Contact Jeri Jones at 217-5869 or Gigi Allen at
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In celebration of
Black History Month,
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Lap Sit is scheduled
Monday and Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m., providing
stories, songs and finger-
plays for children under
the age of 3.
Story Time for children
who are at least 3 years
old will meet at 10:15
a.m. on Wednesdays or
Thursday. Craft Time on
early release Wednesdays
for children ages 6 and up
will offer crafts from 1-3
p.m. See our Web page for
dates and themes of these
children's programs.


Teen Wii: Fridays
at 4 p.m. join us for
Nintendo Wii, ages 12-18
are welcome. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the
Wii activities will only be
available to teens. .
Teen Anime Club'
Ages 12-17, Tuesdays
4:30 to 5:30 p.m., everybody
meet in the story room.
Youth chess club for
beginners
Interested in learning
to play chess or improving
your game? Join the
club meetings will be on
Wednesday from 3:30
p.m. to 4:30 pm in the story
room.
Birthday club
Participation in the
birthday club is for
children 10 and under. To
sign up for the birthday
club, the child and parent
must go to the circulation
desk. A librarian will write
the child's name and birth
date in the birthday book.
The child's name will be
placed on a shape and the
shape will be displayed
in the Story Room on the
birthday club bulletin
board.
Census job testing
Testing every Friday
at 8:45 a.m. in the library
meeting room. Call 866-
861-2010 for information.
. Tax forms


Forms are available at
the Library or at www.irs.
gov.
Free AARP tax help
Until April 15th (except
Feb. 14 and April 2), on
Monday from 2 6 p.m.;
Tuesday and Thursdays
10 a.m. 2 p.m., and
Friday from 9 a.m. -,1 p.m.
First come, first served.
Sign-in required.

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powerful NATO-backed
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the youngest person
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criticism of the warlords.
She is in constant danger
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By phone: 682-4432
In person: 1445
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

TOPIC: Crestview's Rotary Club raises money to
send a "ShelterBox" of disaster survival supplies to
Haiti.
What about.our countless homeless people?

Those ShelterBoxes look pretty big. I'm sure they can
accommodate a homeless person.

TOPIC: Crestview Police Sgt. Michael Leadmon
receives an award for saving a resident's life.
Congrats, Mike! That is wonderful! We are SO proud!

Great guy all around. Good job buddy.

Congratulations! Our officers' professionalism and
service to the city are worthy praising.

Congratulations Officer Leadmon, you are an asset to
our city. Thanks for all you do.

TOPIC: Crestview's first TV station is planned to
go on the air later in 2010.
Sounds like another garbage station that will show
programming that is sub-par that few will even watch.
Not to mention the religiously fueled right-slant that
everything on the channel will have. I am sure coverage
of local issues will only be to fuel intended right wing
political agendas. We shall see.

Agreed. It'll be Crestview's own little FOX News
Network, slanted and biased.

Waah. Don't watch it then.

Don't like it? Open your own station. Oh wait, it'll
just go the way of Air America, the onlyall-liberal radio
station...No one wanted to listen to a bunch of socialists/
communists for hours on end.

Good boy Jeff. Thanks for using socialism and
communism in the same sentence.. .just as we told you
to. Never mind you don't understand either term, or that
they are on opposite ends of the political spectrum. Just
do as we tell you and repeat what we instruct and you'll
do fine. Rush

As long as it has some F Troop, Gilligan, Hogan's
Heroes, Lost in Space, Petticoat Junction and Green
Acres I will be content. I am willing to put up with city
council broadcasts and church services if they are varied
in order to enjoy those good old shows we loved as kids.

TOPIC: Steven Menchel has filed to run for
Okaloosa County sheriff.
This is someone that truly has no ties or political
debts to anyone associated with the Sheriff's Office, or
the embarrassing corruption that has tarnished the
Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office.

He does sound like a sound candidate.

Maybe he will work for the employees and the people
of the county and not to put money in his pocket for
gambling arid girls.

I personally would like to see a candidate from the
outside win. I want transparency and accountability, not
smoke and mirrors!


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SHOTS ACROSS THE BOW


Satellite campuses a boon for Crestview


Troy University
just opened a satellite
campus in Crestview,
and another hurdle was
cleared for the potential
opening of a Florida
A&M University campus
in the city.
Both developments
are good news.
Troy University,
headquartered out of
Troy, Ala., operates
160 satellite campuses
worldwide. Last month,
the university officially
dedicated offices at
the former Southside
Elementary School off
Ferdon Boulevard.
The university is.
starting out small,
with classes in art
appreciation, science
and math, with plans for
future expansion.
Meanwhile, last
week, the Crestview
City Council approved
a $103,450 bid by
Tallahassee-based Cason
Environmental and
Demolition Services to
remove lead paint and
asbestos from the old
Alatex building, between
City Hall and Main
Street.
Officials with FAMU
have said they cannot


accept fee-
simple title to the
building the city
is donating for the
school until the
toxins have been
removed from the
building. MI
Hopefully, STE
once the Work is 8STE
completed, the
university will
move forward with plans
to open a pharmacy
school in the two-story
building that once
housed a sewing factory.
FAMU has pledged
$10.2 million in
renovations and has
$2.5 million on hand
in the form of a state
budget appropriation,
with hopes for additional
state funding in future
years.
We'll leave it to
others to argue about
whether or not the city
should give FAMU one
of the city's historic
landmarks.
Suffice it to say that
the presence of Troy
University and FAMU in-
Crestview will improve
the quality of life for local
residents.
Northwest Florida
State College already .


CHAEL
WART
682-6524


operates a
satellite campus
out of Crestview,
and the addition
of the two
new facilities
would enhance
educational
opportunities.
There are
economic benefits,


as well.
Rick Harper, director
of the Haas Center for
Business Development
at the University of West
Florida, believes the
direct annual economic
impact of the FAMU
campus alone would be
between $3 million and
$6 million a year. Most of
that would be generated
through spending by
the school's estimated
50 graduate students,
seven-to-10 faculty and
15 staff members.
Even if the economic
impact of the schools
does not meet
expectations, there
are other factors to
consider, as well. Not
the least of these is
the increasing demand
in a down economy
for access to higher
learning facilities.
Historically, there is


a marked increase in
attendance" at colleges
and universities when
jobs are scarce. Today is
no different.
Many non-traditional,
older Americans
are turning to local.
community colleges and
universities to learn new
marketable skills.
Statistics indicate
roughly a third of all-
college students are
older than 25.
The U.S. Department'
of Education predicts
that number will swell by
another 20 percent in the
next seven years. It is
not uncommon nowadays
to see people in their
30s, 40s and 50s entering
college for their first
time.
Unlike students fresh
out of high school who
are leaving home for the
first time, many older
'students are settled with
families, and packing
their bags to go live in a
dorm is not an option.
More college satellite
campuses in Crestview
will provide traditional
and non-traditional
students alike access to
an education closer to
home.


North Okaloosa HISTORY


Compiled by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

February 1947 -
Construction has started
on a modern theater
building, which will be
the new home of the
Eglin Theatre, owned
and operated by Neal .
Robinson and Tom
Barrow. The building will
be patterned after the new
Star Theatre building in
Fort Walton, although on
a much larger scale with
several improvements,


including a seating
capacity of almost 700.
The theater will feature
a large stage with two
dressing rooms, and a
modernistic, neon-lighted
marquee will enhance
Sthe attractiveness of the
structure. The site of
the new structure is on
the west side of north
Main Street, adjacent to
Okaloosa County Motors.

The Cleveland Indians
will sponsor a baseball
camp at the newly


constructed Richbourg
Field in Crestview. The
school will be open to all
young baseball players
who wish to attend, .with
no tuition fees. Instructors
will include Ivy Griffin,
former big-league
player and scout for the
Cleveland Indians; Lance
Richbourg, who played 19
years in the big leagues;
and players from the'
Cleveland organization.
Richbourg Field is the
modern new home of the
Crestview Packers and


is now in the process of
completion.

Officials of the Alatex
Corporation garment
manufacturers have
announced a general wage
increase for its employees.
Because the majority of
employees are paid on
a piece-work basis, the
increase for specific jobs
varies from 3 percent to
12 percent. Approximately
160 employees of the
company will be affected
by the raise.


Letter to the EDITOR


Dear Mr. President
Dear Mr. President,
I kept my mouth shut for the most part
since I was born to this world June 4, 1953, and
was raised in Knox, Penn.
Today, I will not keep my mouth shut! I am
tired of all the lies, cheating, chemicals put in
our foods, cigarettes, etc. I've smoked three to.
four packs a day for 50 years. Just like global
warming, another lie about cancer for more
government control, taxes, lost freedoms.
Levis, all males, have fought for people's


rights and freedoms, not like draft dodging
cowards who went on to hold key government
'jobs and power to rule over vets who did fight
and sacrifice for welfare lazy drug dealers that
will do murder for fun! No! Enough is enough.
I got divorced because I lost thousands to low
life people who filed for bankruptcy knowing full
well they were going tdo it. No man and man's
laws are ungodly and God is starting with Haiti
to show just what he's going to do.
Robert W. Levis
Baker


Jason Mobley
Publisher
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Michael
Stewart
Editor
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Randy Beard
Sales Manager
randyb@nwfdallynews corn


Melissa Tedder
Media
Consultant
Melissa@creslviewbullelin.com


Diana Baker
Media Consultant
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Ann Spann
Photographer
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Randy Dickson
Sports Editor
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Greg Allen
Production
Manager
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Renee Bell
Typesetter
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Brian Hughes
Writer,
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Receptionist/
Circ. Asst.
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John Parrott
Military News
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Business


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


New Dollar General Store to host Feb. 6 grand opening


Special to the News Bulletin
Shoppers in Crestview have
a new place to shop. Dollar Gen-
eral recently opened a new store
at 318 W. James Lee Blvd. and is
hosting grand opening celebra-
tion Saturday, Feb.6, at 8 a.m.


Special deals and free prizes
will be offered at the opening.
The first 50 shoppers will receive
a $10 Dollar General gift card,
and the first 200 shoppers will re-
, ceive a Dollar General tote bag,
among other giveaways.
The new 11,814-square-foot'


store features a fresh layout, de-
signed to make shopping simple
for customers. Some new fea-
tures include seasonal products
featured in the center of the store,
easily recognizable departments
with visible signage and coolers
conveniently located at the front


of the store.
Dollar General stores offer
convenience and value to cus-
tomers by providing a focused
selection of national brands and
private brands of food, house-
wares, seasonal items, clean-
ing supplies, basic apparel and


health and beauty care products.
The store employs approxi-
mately six to 10 people. Anyone
interested in applying for a job
at Dollar General can find more
information and a job application
at www.dollargeneral.com in the
Career Center.


Children In Crisis Inc. elects new president, board members


Special to the News Bulletin
Children In Crisis Inc. recently elect-
ed a new president and vice president
of the board of directors and six board
members to the board of directors:
President Loyal Weaver; Vice Presi-
dent Don Litke; and board members
Les Chambers, John Frierson, Mary
Hernddn, Marni Roake, Hu Ross and
John Wesley..
Board members also include: Kitty
Johnson, secretary; Kathleen Aronson,
treasurer; Mack Gay, 'past president;


Ken Hair, executive director; Sheila
Campbell, JoAnne Connell, Sharilyn
Darnell, Don David,. Bill Frey, Mack
Gay, Betty Hefner, Janice Henderson,
Walt Maine, Catherine Michas, George
Russell, Crawford Sandefur, Ferrol
Spence, Dennis Wallace, Carlene An-
derson, James Campbell, Pat Franklin,
Ann Hood, Christina Ruckel, Ray San-
sotn, Alexis Tibbetts (Advisory Board),
Annette Lee and Gene Ryan.
Ken Hair commented, "This is a
wonderful group of dedicated commu-
nity leaders working hard to find a so-


lution to the severe shortage of foster
homes in Okaloosa, Walton, Santa Rosa
and Escambia Counties. I look forward
to working with them in the future and
know with their help and the great sup-
port of our community, CIC will contin-
ue to be successful."
In. 2008, CIC opened the first two
homes in the Children's Neighborhood
in Fort Walton Beach: the Susanna
Wesley House emergency shelter and
Blessings House foster home. Since
then, CIC has built the Dugas Family
Foundation Neighborhood Center, Aunt


Bill's Playground with the Charles D.
Rigdon Pavilion, and the Kid's Club-
house Recreation Center., Sue Sue's
House, a foster home, and Opportunity
Home, a transition home for teens, will
open this year.
Children in Crisis Inc. is a local non-
profit, 501(c)(3), charitable organiza-
tion of caring people working together
to provide homes and establish hope to
the foster children of our community.
For more information on CIC and the
Children's Neighborhood, call 864-4242
or visit www.childrenincrisisfl.org.


Wilhelm named
Agent of the Month
WILHELM TOP 10: ERA Ameri-
can Realty recognized Kathy
Wilhelm as the. December .
Top Producer in the Crestview
branch office. Wilhelm is
No. 1 Top 10 Agent in the
company and a longtime
resident of Crestview. You can
visit Wilhelm's online site at
www.kathysells.com.


Pelican Real Estate proudly


announces its 2009 Top Producers
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Special to the News Bulletin


:Pelican Real Estate has
named the top agents for the
firm as follows:

2009 Top Producers
Alexander at Seacrest
Beach Rita Montgomery
Calypso Craig Duran
Crestview Angela
Gainer
Majestic Sun Melissa
Clements
Destin/Summit Keith
Bailey
Fort Walton Beach -
Karen Rockman
Navarre Beach Amin
Delawalla
Panama City Beach -


MaryBross
Seagrove Beach -
Jonathan Roberts

2009 Top Agents
Alexander at Seacrest
Beach Royce Smith .
Calypso Chris Lawson
Crestview Angela
Gainer
Fort Walton Beach -
Karen Rockman
Majestic Sun Melissa
Clements
Navarre Beach Jane
Peaden
Panama City Beach -
Michael Monahan/ Angela
Stanley
Seagrove Beach Tammy
LaMarche


Destin/Sutmmit Davis
Culver -

November 2009
Top Producers
Alexander at Seacrest
Beach --- Linda Lee
Calypso Craig Duran
Crestview Angela Gainer
Foit Walton Beach -
Shelley Elley
Majestic Sun Melissai
Clements
Navarre -Amin Delawalla
Panama City Beach -
Barbara Basinger -
Seagrove Beach Skip
Miller
Destin/Summit Shaun
Roberts


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
LOCAL AGENT: Angela Gainer
was named top producer at
the Crestview office of Pelican
Real Estate in November and
December of 2009 as well as
one of the top producers for
the year.
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Business BRIEFS


From Staff Reports (via PowerPoint presenta-
tion) how to avoid costly
mistakes as a new eBay
'The Basics of seller. Pre-registration is,
,llin non eBa"y' strongly recommended.
eling On e y Fee: $60 (includes The .
PENSACOLA The Small Basics of Selling on eBay
Business Development Student Guide). To regis-
Center at the University of ter, call 850-473-7830 or go
West Florida (401 E. Chase to www.sbdc.uwf.edu and
Street, Suite 10ob, Pensaco-: click on "training."
la) presents "The Basics of
Selling on eBay" workshop Emergency
from 9a.m. to 2 p.m. Satur- e *
day, Feb, 6, Management exercise
Participants will learn, Okaloosa County Emer-
the essentials for selling agency Management took
on eBay from a profession- its communications trailer
alwith experience. Our to Camp Blanding this
eBay-trained education week to participate with
specialist-will teach you emergency responders


throughout Florida in Op-
eration Radar. Emergency
responders will practice
response to all types of
disasters, such as natural
disasters and terrorism,
and homeland security
initiatives, in order to sus-
tain risk management in
all aspects of the mission
and decision-making for.
public safety:
The communications


trailer awarded to Oka-
loosa County through state.
grant funds is fully op-
erational with generators,
computers and communi-
cations equipment.
"It is a mobile emer-
gency operations center
with radio, computer and
satellite equipment for up
to 60 emergency respond-
ers," said Emergency
Management Coordinator


Ken Wolfe, who also took
computer analyst Richard'
Bailey on the exercise for
any computer issues that
might arise.
Emergency respond-.
. ers will sustain readiness.
and inter-operable com-
munications by identifying
risks, assessing tasks and
implementing corrective
communications actions in
order to safeguard people,


property and operating
environments against
hazards. Okaloosa County
participated with emer-
gency responders from -
Alabama, Georgia and
Florida counties and mu-
. nicipalities, as well as re-
sponders from the,Depart-
ment of Defense, Federal
Emergency Management
Agency arid Homeland
Security.,


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Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Gully forms at edge of road repair


'- Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
A temporary repair in the newly
reopened Earl Campbell Road in
jLaurel Hill already is showing signs
of distress after a storm on Saturday
dumped about three inches of rain
on the community.
The first person to drive across
the temporary repair on Friday, af-
ter nearly two months of closure,
was one of the road's residents who,
like his neighbors,'had resorted to
driving across Mayor Ferrin Camp-
bell Jr.'s cornfield to access State.
Road 85.
"I drove down to see how the re-
pair was coming, and they waved,
me on across," said George "Woot"
Campbell.
When Campbell and his wife,
Anne, left for church Sunday morn-
ing, however, they had to take care
when crossing the site of the wash-
out. The south edge already had
started to crumble and was closed
off by two traffic cones. Where ve-
hicles crossed at the center and
north side of the road, the dirt fill
had turned to a slippery, muddy
slather.
Last Thursday and Friday, Oka-.


HAROLD JONES I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
REPEAT: This photo shows a gully in Earl Campbell Road formed by dirt
washing away from the recently filled washout in Saturday's rain.


loosa County Public Works depart-
ment staff ised nearly 70 dump
trucks of dirt to fill the mammoth pit,
tamping it down with a steamroller
during multiple intervals of fill.
"This is why it has to be engi-
neered for a permanent solution,"
said Laurel Hill's acting city clerk,
Harold Jones, after Saturday's dam-
age was noticed.


The next step will be for the USDA
Natural Resources ,Conservation
Service' to build up and strengthen
the bank on either side of the road
to prevent future washouts. Bids are
expected to be solicited soon, said
Mayor Campbell, with an April com-
pletion. target for what he hopes will
be a "once and'for all" repair of the'
troublesome section of road.


HELPING CHILDREN IN CRISIS: Volunteers help dig
trenches for the gas line to Sue Sue's Cottage.

Children in Crisis hosts Disney Volunteer Day


Special to the News Bulletin
Children in Crisis Inc.
recently participated in the
"Give a Day, Get a Disney
Day" program on Saturday,
Jan. 23. Volunteers sign up
to volunteer in their com-
munity and in return re-
ceive a free ticket for one
day to a Disney theme park.
More than 60 volunteers
chose Children in Crisis.
The workday included
multiple projects on cam-
pus. Some helped clean Sue
Sue's Cottage in Niceville, a
foster home that will open in


the next few months. Some
helped dig trenches for the
gas line to Sue Sue's Cot-
tage, while others helped by
laying pine straw around the
grounds and pruning hedg-
es. Still others were helpful
in other areas. The workday
was highly successful, and
Children in Crisis is grate-
ful, for the dedication and
hard work that was put in by
these dedicated volunteers,
organizers said.
To learn more about
Children in Crisis, call
850-864-4242 or visit www.
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SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school boys
basketball -
Baker at Rocky Bayou
Christian, JV 6 p.m./
V 7:15 p.m.
Crestview at Laurel Hill,'.
7:15 p.m.
High school boys soccer
Class 5A region
qVarterfinals, Crestview at"
Tate, 7 p.m.
High school softball
Crestview at Tate
preseason tournament,
time TBD
Friday
High school girls
basketball.
District 2-5A tournament,
Crestview vs. Mosley, at
Crestview, 6 p.m. I
District 1-1A tournament
semifinals, winner Laurel
Hill/Rocky Bayou vs.
Paxton, at Laurel Hill,
7:15 p.m. .
District 1-2A tournament
semifinals, winner Baker/
Pensacola Christian vs.
Jay, atPonce de Leon,
6 p.m. '
'High school wrestling
Crestview at District
1-2A tournament, -at
Niceville, 2 p.m.,'finals
6 p.m.
High school softball
Baker vs. Arnold at
Panama City preseason
tournament, 8, p.m.
Saturday
High school girls
basketball ,
District 1-1A finals;,
teams TBD, ,atlaurel Hill,
7 p.m.
District 1-2A finals,'
teams TBD at Ponce de.
Leon, 7 p.m.
District 2-5A finals,
winner Crestview/Mosley
vs, winner Niceville,
Fort Walton Beach, at
Crestview, 7 p.m. .
High school softball
Baker vs. Franklin
County at Panama City'
preseason tournament,
11 a.m.

BRIEFS
Traveling Eagles
-The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010 Registration
is open for baseball.
players who are league
ages, 8-14, at www.
travelingeagles.com.;The
Eagles are the premier
travel ball program .
in the'aiea dedicated
,to the development of
youths as more than
just the best baseball
players. The Traveling
Eagles have arranged for
the strongest coaching
lineup in the area
consisting of former MLB
players, former college
coaches and high school
coaches. The Eagles
won 1 8 tournament
championships in 2009.
There is no registration
or tryout fee. Call Mike
Wells at 897-2293 for
more information.
Heavy Hitters
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U
baseball team is looking
for scrimmage games. If
interested, call Melvin at
850-902-6237 or Greg
at 850-496-9235.
Hole-in-one
Lou Hurrle of Greenfield,
Ind., had a hole-in-one at
1.30-yard hole No. 4 at
Foxwood Country Club.
Hurrle used an 8-iron on
the shot.
Crestview YMCA
The Crestview YMCA
needs coaches and
referees for youth
basketball leagues for
children ages 2-14.
Registration for the league
continues through March
10. For more information,
contact the YMCA or call
Glenn Scott or Adora
James at 689-2999.


DISTRICT 2-5A SOCCER FINAL




Eagles soar past Bulldogs
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Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW A tor-
rential downfall at Jack
Foster Stadiuin hardly
seemed to rain on the
Niceville soccer team's
parade as the Eagles
beat host Crestviewv 5-0
to claim the District 2-5A
tournament champion-
ship.
The game was at the
56-minute mark because
of lightning in the area.
"The guys have worked
hard all year, and they've
been through a lot," Wes
Nelson said. "To come out
here and win 5-0 with time
still left on the clock is a


huge win for us. It appeared to be more
"I feel like we complete- of the same domination by
ly dominated tonight." the Eagles in the second
Niceville (14-5-5) wast- half as Spencer Vandecar
ed little time in setting the scored and Dutram picked
tone as'the Eagle offense up his second goal before
went into attack mode at the game was called.
the start of the contest. While the Eagles were
Ten minutes into the' clicking on all cylinders as
game, Noah Dutram they claimed their sixth-
scored ,the first of his two consecutive district title,
goals to give Niceville a 'the Bulldogs (6-6-1) were
lead it would never sur- on their heels all night.
render. Most of-the game was
Tanner Duttweiler ex-, played in the Niceville of-
tended the Eagle lead to fensive end of the field.
2-0 in the 19th minute. And What few opportunities
Jimmy Wonsick made it 3- Crestview had to go on'
0 at the 31st minute as the the offensive were quickly
driving rain did little to stopped by the Eagle de-
slow down Niceville in the
first half. See FINAL B2


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Niceville's' Tanner Duttweiler jumps over a slide tackle


from Crestview


REGION QUARTERFINALS


Crestview's Jason Dennis (left) Riley Warman
possession against Niceville's Pedro Alba. '


Photos by NICK TOMECEK I Flond Freeidom N -wspapers
(back) and Matt Gallina (right) fight for


Bulldogs to face Tate


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com


The Crestview boys soccer team
continues to blaze a new path Thursday
as the Bulldogs travel to Tate to take
on the Aggies in the Class 5A region
quarterfinals.
The Bulldogs (6-6-1) lost the District
2-5A championship game to Niceville 5-0
on Friday playing on a rain-soaked field at
Jack Foster Stadium.
Tate (14-2-3) beat Navarre 4-3 in the
'Dist rict 1-5A championship game, earning'
the right to host the Bulldogs.
Crestview didn't play the Aggies during
the regular season, but Bulldog coach
Jhamel Johnson knows that every team in
the playoffs has talent.
"We played Tate last year," he said.
"But to make it this far, you have to have a
good team. Any keys to success are going
to be based on all the things we've been
going over and that I have been preaching
all season long.
"We have to take care of our
possessions and do the smart thing with it
.(the ball). And then take the opportunity to
score goals that we are given."
Johnson did scout the Aggies earlier
this season, and he has a good idea of what
the Bulldogs will need to do to win.
"The midfield is the key, making sure
we can win head balls and challenge them
50-50 balls," he said. "Our goalkeeper has
to continue to stay sharp. And outside
See BULLDOGS B2


Crestview's Phillip Brady (right) goes up tor head
ball against Niceville's Pedro Alba.


"Every time we have our backs to the wall and I don't think they
have any more in the tank, they show me that they not only have
the endurance, ... they can be quite creative in scoring goals."

Jhamel Johnson, (Oestview coach
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RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
Latisha Larkins pulls up for a shot
against Escambia.





look for first


playoff berth


since 2004

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW -- Six'. years have
passed since the Crestview girls
basketball team advanced to the
state playoffs.
The Bulldogs' can end the
drought this year as they host the
District 2-5A tournament.
Crestview, the tournament's
three seed, opens play in the four-
team tournament Friday against
No. 2 seed Mosley at 6 p.m. The
nightcap features No. 1 seed Fort
Waltln Beach against No. 4 seed
Niceville. The championship game
will be at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Bulldog coach Donald Campbell
thinks Crestview can beat the Dol-
phins despite losing twice to Mos-
ley during the regular season.
"We just have to get transition
baskets and play better defense,"
he said. "If we played better de-
fense, we could have won either
game against them."
The Vikings should be favored in
the tournament, as they have seven
out the past eight district champi-
onships.
Fort Walton Beach failed to take
the district title for the first time
since 2001 last year when Pine For-
est won the District 1-5A title. How-
ever, the Vikings did finish second
in the district to keep their string of
18 consecutive playoff appearances
intact.
Campbell believes that the way
the teams ended up seeded is indic-
ative of how they played this year,
but that doesn't mean he's ready to
hand the championship trophy to
the Vikings.
"The thing is, anybody can win
this district," he said. "Every-
body just needs to play (their best
game).
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Crestview's Matt Gallina (right) fights for the ball against Niceville's Pedro Alba.


.BULLDOGS from page B1


wingers have to give us some sort of
presence and option to go to.",
SIt was going to be business
as usual as Johnson prepared
Crestview for Tate.
"We are going to go over some of
the sets that Tate runs (in practice
Monday)," he said after Friday's
game. "We are not going to change
the way we practice too much.
"I'm going to go over some of
'their key players and how we are
going to match them up. I'm going
to pick out the people that are,
left-footed and those' that are right-
footed and inform the players which
side to push them to. That's really
it." .
Johnson also will be counting.on


f some of the Bulldog intangibles to
help overcome what could be the
playoffjitters.
'They (the players) are.
extremely resilient, very
hardworking and dedicated to the
program," Johnson said. "Every
time that I think we have hit a
ceiling or have approached an area
(they can't push through), they
always manage to dig deep and get
some kind of results.
"Every time we have our backs .
to the wall and I don't think they
have any more in the tank, they
show me that they not only have
the endurance and have something
left in the tank, but that they can be
quite creative in scoring goals."


No matter what happens'
Thursday, this year's team has done
more than just make the playoffs. It
has laid a foundation for the future.
"This is absolutely tremendous,"
Johnson said. "This is the keystone
in trying to build something greater,
with soccer not being that big in
Crestview.
"This shows the younger kids
that are in soccer in middle school
that you do have a place to come
and play. This shows the parents
that want their kids to play but
aren't sure what direction to take,
this gives them a beacon of hope to.
get them into that training and that
there is a program out there that
can give them the final steps."


PLAYOFF from page B1


"Like I told my girls, 'If
you win the first game, you
are in the championship,
and anything can hap-
pen in the championship
game.' Fort Walton .Beach
is 4-0 in district, but they
can be beat, too."
Campbell knows that
the Bulldogs will have their
hands full if they meet the
Vikings in the finals.
"If you are going to
beat them, you have to
play with a lot of energy,"
he said. 'You are going to
have to play hard and not
give up.
"They are going to run
on you, and you have to
keep your energy up."
The Bulldogs enter the
tournament with a 9-13
record and have been up
and down throughout the
season.
.The good news is Crest-
view upended Paxton 55-46
in the regular season fina-
le and should have some
momentum heading into
the tournament. <
Crestview also is ex-
pected to be much health-
ier for the district tourna-
ment after having several


key players miss games
down the stretch because
of illness and injuries.
Winning the district
would be a dream come
true for Campbell.
"It would be great for
me being my first year,"
he said. "One of my goals
as a first-year coach was
to win a district champi-
onship. And if not the dis-
trict championship, a run-
ner-up; just to get another
playoff game for Crestview
would be great."
With athletes such as
Autumn Rogers, Monique
Thurmon, Holly Stanford
and Latisha Larkins, the
Bulldogs are doing some
good things on both ends
of the floor that could pay
off in the tournament.
"We. are better, with
transition now," Campbell
said. "Earlier we didn't get
enough transition baskets,
but now, for the last six or
seven games, we are get-
ting a lot of transition bas-
kets.
"And we are working
better on our press. Our
pressing defense has got-
ten better."


FINALfrom page B1 '


fense that held the Bull-
dogs without a shot on
goal.
As district champs, the
Eagles will host Navarre,
the iDistrict 1-5a. runner-
up, at 7 p.m. Thursday for
the region quarterfinals.
Crestview will travel to
Tate, the District 1 win-


ner, for the Bulldogs' first style of play," Crestview. (support of the) parents
regional quarterfinal ap- coach Jhamel Johnson and the players believ-
pearance in team history. said. "We weren't able to ing in the training. We've
The game begins at 7 p.m. do the short passing and been preparing to make
The Bulldogs' coach entertaining soccer every- it this fhr or further since
wasn't disappointed in his body would like. June or July, and I think
team, but rather how the "But I.think the fact it showed in the fact we
rain hampered play. we got this far was a tes- got this far. Arid this was a
"I think the rain for tament to the adminis- great practice for our.next
both teams affected ,the, tration's support and the game next Week."


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before the FHSAA


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
It seems as though
everyone has an idea
about what constitutes a
level playing field in high
school athletics.
Officials at small rural
public schools, such as
Laurel Hill, Baker and
Paxton, believe the deck
is stacked against them as
Their schools battle private
schools from metro areas
for state championships.
I believe the small rural
schools have a legitimate
concern when having to ,
face private schools with-
large budgets from more
heavily populated areas.
The latest proposal
before the Florida
High Sqhool Athletic
Association, in my opinion,
would increase the gap
between the small rural
public school and small
suburban private school.
As things are now,
middle school-age athletes
at schools that have grades
K-12 on the same campus.
can participate in high
school varsity athletics.
Although the middle school
athletes might be able
to participate at schools
such as Baker and Laurel
Hill, they are not counted
in the respective high
school populations when
determining a school's size
for classification purposes.
There is now a proposal
before the FHSAA that,
if passed, would count,


students in grades
six through eight
for classification
purposes.
.If the proposal I
passes, Baker
would go from
being a 2A school
to a 3A school, and NORTH
Laurel Hill would ZOI
go up to 2A. Randy D
Granted, there
are a few seventh- and'
eighth-graders who are
good enough to make a
significant contribution to
a varsity squad, and maybe
one in a hundred is good
enough to impact a varsity
program while he or she is-
still in middle school.
. I would even go so
far as to say there are
more middle school girls
who could contribute '
at a varsity level than
middle school boys simply
because girls finish much
of their physical growth at'
an earlier age than boys
do. But I still don't see a
lot of middle school girls
capable of dominating '
athletically. ;
Kent Zessin, the Laurel,
Hill athletic director, boys
basketball coach and ,
volleyball coach, thinks
the proposal is bad. He .. '
would rather the FHSAA
simply mandate that high
school sports be limited to
students in grades nine-12
rather than add middle
school students into the
classification numbers.
Zessin's idea is simple
and would solve the


perceived problem
without placing
hardships on the
small schools
and the students
participating in a
certain sport.
The fact is that
SEND most of the middle
NE. school students
ickson who participate in
high school sports
are usually on the junior,
varsity teams. And I would
venture to guess that
the percentage of middle
school students who '"
participate in high school,
sports is much smaller
than the percentage of
high school students
on the same campus
participating in varsity
sports..
I really don't know
who wins if middle school
students are one day
counted to determine a
school's classification.
.The schools don't win, ,
because they are being
forced to play against
larger schools that don't
have middle school
athletes on the roster. The
kids,don't win, because an.
opportunity to compete
is taken from them.
And the fans don't win,
because they don't get to .
see a special young talent
develop against more
mature talent.
In reality, counting
middle school students
as part of a high school's
population is a no-win
proposal.


A fishy resoution


Crestview City Council

shows solidarity with Destin
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Politicians are often accused of doing
fishy things.
-.In support of neighboring Destin,
however, members of the Crestview City
Council targeted what they considered to
be fishy data behind fishery management
practices.
Councilman Charles Baugh Jr. pre-
sented a resolution at the council's Jan. 25
meeting that had been adopted by the Oka-
loosa County League of Cities supporting
area commercial fishermen. According to
the resolution, "Data that has been col-
lected by the Marine Recreational Fish-
eries Statistical Survey has been proven
'fatally flawed' by the National Research
Council."
The data was subsequently used to re-
strict or close commercial fishing of sever-
al popular Emerald Coast species, severe-
ly threatening the livelihood of Destin's


commercial fishing fleet, critics say. The
resolution asked that a new ."full-blown
stock assessment be conducted by a cred-
ible independent third-party source" .to
bring the assessment into line with what
fishermen have observed in the Gulf.
Crestview's resolution of support was
requested by Destin's city council, which
was seeking support from communities
throughout the county.
"I think it would be good for us to sup-
port this," Councilwoman Linda Parker
said. Council President Bob Allen recom-
'mended the resolution be prepared for
signature by the mayor, but Parker asked
that the entire council's signatures be in-
cluded as well.
"The more the merrier," she said, ex-
plaining that the more city leaders are
seen to be in support of the resolution, the
greater the impact will be.when it is pre-
sented to Florida's congressional delega-
tion for action.
The council directed the city's Adminis-
trative Services staff to draft a resolution,
following as a guideline Resolution 10-01
of the Okaloosa County League of Cities,
for its approval and submission to Mayor
David Cadle.


Youth waterfowl hunting days Feb. 6-7


Special to the News Bulletin
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission and the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service es-
tablished Feb. 6-7 as Youth
Waterfowl Hunting Days.
This is an opportunity
to introduce young people
to the excitement of water-
fowl hunting. The two-day


season allows children
younger than 16 with
adult supervision to
hunt waterfowl, coots and
common moorhens.
Supervisors (18 or old-
er) must be present and
may assist young hunt-
* ers, but state regulations
-prohibit supervisors from
hunting. Hunters younger
than 16 do not need licens-


es, permits or federal duck
stamps.
All regulations and bag
limits for hunting water-
fowl apply to this season.
Hunting regulations are
available at www.MyFWC.
com/Hunting, or in the
FWC's waterfowl and coot
seasons brochure, avail-
able at county tax collec-
tors' offices.


NCAA criticized for handling of concussions


HOUSTON (AP) A mem-
ber of the House, Judiciary
Committee criticized the
biggest conferences in col-
lege athletics Monday for
failing to adopt policies on
handling athlete concus-
sions that go beyond what's
required by the NCAA:.
During a, committee
hearing on head injuries in
college and youth football,
Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn.,
chided leagues such as the'
Southeastern Conference
and Big 12 for not imple-,
menting tougher rules,.
He first asked Ron
Courson, director of sports


medicine at the University.
of Georgia and a member'
of the NCAA Committee
on Competitive Safeguards,
and Medical Aspects "of
, Sports, whether any con-:
ferences had tougher poli-
cies. When he said that
they did not, Cohen seemed
incensed.
"Don't you think, that's
an indictment of each of the.
conferences? That they ac-
cept the minimum that the
NCAA mandates?" Cohen
said. "Shouldn't bonferenc-
es and schools get together
and have some stricter reg-
ulations?" /,


The hearing is the third
held by the committee,
though the first two focused
on problems in the NFL.
Chairman John Conyers,
D-Mich, said Imore bear-
ings will be held through-
out the country on head
injuries in sports.
Dr. Bennet .Omalu is a
co-founder of the Brain In-
jury -Research Institute at
West Virginia University.
He testified that children
younger than 18 should be
heldout for three months
following a concussion to
lower the risk of irrevers-
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1. Baker's Jarrod Batson
battles for a loose ball against
Crestview's Justin Cline and an
unidentified player Friday as the
Bulldogs defeat the Gators
56-47.
2.Jaquarius Morris takes '
a shot for the Bulldogs as '
Baker's Christian Mainor and
Crestview's Chris Pickett look on.
3. Keyshawn Thomas goes to-,
the basket for the Bulldogs as
Baker's Jarrod Batson attempts to
block the shot.
4. Christian Mainor shoots the
ball for the Gators.
5. Baker's Jarrod, Batson pulls
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LEGAL#120466
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 2008 CA
002782 S
SUNTRUST MORT-
GAGE, INC,
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MARBELLA CONDO-

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MINIUM OWNERS AS
SOCIATION, INC.
WELLS FARGO BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIA
TION,
Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE
OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HERE'
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi
nal Judgment -of Fore
closure dated 12-28-0O
and entered in Casi
No. 2008 CA 002782 S
of the Circuit Court o
the First Judicial Circui
in and for Okalaoss
County, Florida
wherein SUNTRUS'
MORTGAGE, INC, is
Plaintiff and WILLIAIl
D. SHOOK; MARBELLA
CONDOMINIUM OWN
ERS ASSOCIATION
INC.; WELLS FARG(
BANK, NATIONAL AS
SOCIATION are the.De.
fendants. Don W. Ho
ard as The Clerk of the
Circuit Court .will sell "t
the highest and bee
bidder for cashat
nine at .www
okaloosareaoredosecom o
F e-b r u ar y 5
2010, the following 'de
scribed property as se
forth in said Final .Judg
ment, to wit
UNIT 7-B, MARBELLA
A CONDOMINIUM, TO
GETHER WITH ITS UN
DIVIDED SHARE O
COMMON ELEMENTS
FACILITIES i ANI
OTHER APPURTE
NANT RIGHTS, MORE
PARTICULARLY DE
SCRIBED IN THE DEC
LARATION OF CON
DOMINIUM RE
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOO
2704, PAGE 2908, O
THE PUBLIC REC
ORDS OF OKALOOS
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITI
PARKING SPACES 22
AND 223 AND STOf
AGE UNIT 722. .
Any person claiming a
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any
other than the property
owner es of the date o
the lis pendens mus
file a claim within 6
days after the sale.

Dated this 19 day o
January 2010.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By:K.Brown .
As Deputy Clerk

IMPORTANT
In accordance with th
Americans with Disabi
cities Act, persons neec
ing' special accommc
UdOifl Itn mrtirint 1il


Uuuiun tJo plUUIipaL GII
this proceeding should;
no later than seven (7) i
days prior, contact the g
Clerk of the Courts' dis- d
ability coordinator at a
8506517497, 1250 .N .
ECLIN PKWY SUITE 4
A114, SHALIMAR FL, F
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact (TDD) C(
8009558771 via' Florida w
Relay System. .
P
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. P
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, A
Suite 300 Fort Laud- T
erdale, Florida 33312 '
Telephone, (305) A
770-4100 I
Fax:(305) 853.2329 V
D
1/27/2010 '
2/3/2010 B
B
W
LEGAL#120471 K
C
IN THE CIRCUIT A
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- L
CUIT C
IN AND FOR D
OKALOOSA COUNTY, t
FLORIDA b
CIVIL ACTION CASE a
NO:462009CA000766 F
FILE NO:F09012770 a

GMAC MORTGAGE, fi
LLC, P
Plaintiff, s

vs.
B
ALEXANDER H T
SUERO AKA ALEXAN- E
DER SUERO, et al, TE
Defendantss. '

NOTICE OF FORE-' C
CLOSURE SALE. C

NOTICE IS HEREBY A
GIVEN pursuant to:.a Fi- B
nal Judgment of Mort- V
gage Foreclosure
dated January. 15, 2010 A
and entered. in Case i
N o fi
46-2009-CA-000766 of c
the Circuit Court of the c
.FIRST Judicial Circuit tl
in and for OKALOOSA fi
County, Florida (
wherein GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC, is the A
Plaintiff and ALEXAN- a
DER H SUERO AKA (
ALEXANDER SUERO; 2
ELISHA SUERO AKA
ELISHA Y SUERO; D
STONEBRIDGE OWN-
ERS' ASSOCIATION, (
INC.; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at F
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL- (
FORECLOSE.COM F
at1110AM,on1he 22 day 1
of March, 2010,
the following described
property as set forth in I
said Final Judgment:
LOT 76, STONE- A
BRIDGE PHASE II, AC- i
CORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT s
THEREOF, AS RE- t
CORDED IN PLAT t
BOOK 11, PAGE 99, c
OF THE PUBLIC REC- t
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
A/K/A 2843 PENNEY
-LANE, CRESTVIEW, FL
32539
SAny person claiming an I
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, I
other than the property I


3- owner as of the date ofk Americans with Disabil-
.; the Us Pendens must cities Act, persons with
;, file a claim within sixty disabilities needing
k- (60) days after the sale. special accommoda-
tion to participate in
WITNESS MY LAND this proceeding should
and the seal of this contact Court Adminis-
E Court on. January 20, traction at 1250 N. Eglin
E 2010 Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
Don W. Howard ber (850) 651-7497,
iY Clerk of 'the Circuit prior to the proceeding.
i- Court
a- By:K. Brown 1/27/2010
9 Deputy Clerk 2/3/2010
e
i, Florida Default -Law.
if Group, PL
it RO. Box 25018 LEGAL#120473
a Tampa, Florida
, 33622-5018 IN THE CIRCUIT.
T 5 COURT OF THE
a IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
M In accordance with the CUlT
A Americans with Disabil- IN AND FOR
- cities Act, persons with OKALOOSA COUNTY
I, disabilities needing FLORIDA
0 special accommoda- CIVIL ACTION CASE
- tion to participate in NO462009CA000509
a- this proceeding should FILENO:F09005684
v- contact Court AdminCis- H A. O
e ration at 101 James '.CHASE HOME FI-
o .Lee Boulevard East, NANCE LLC, "
it Crestview, FL, Plaintiff,
,32536-3515; telephone.
w. number (850)' vs.
n 689-5000, Extension -
, 7497, prior to the pro,- AUBREY J. FLAN-
- ceedlng. or Shalimar 'DERS, et al,
it (850) 651-7497 Defendant(s).

IMPORTANT NOTICE' "OF FORE-
k, In accordance with the ,CLOSURE SALE
- Ameficans with gisabll-
I-. cities Act, persons with NOTICE IS HEREBY
F disabilities needing GIVEN pursuant to a F -
S, special accommoda- nal 'Judgment of Mort-
D tion to participate -in gage Foreclosure
E- this proceeding should dated January- 15, 2010
E contact Court Adminis- and entered in Case.
E- tration'at 1250 N. Eglir N 0o
-- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,' 46-2009-CA-000509 of
I- 32579; telephone num- the Circuit Court of the
E- bar (850) 651-7497 FIRST Judicial Circuit
L priortotheproceeding, in and for OKALOOSA
K County, Florida'
F 1/27/2010 wherein CHASE HOME
S'2/3M/2010 FINANCE LLC, is the-
SA Plaintiff and AUBREY J.
A FLANDERS; BLANCHE
H L R. FLANDERS; RIDGE
LEGAL#120472 CEST 'ESTATES
R- HOME OWNERS AS-
IN THE CIRCUIT .SOCIATION, INC.; are
COURT OF THE the Defendants, I will
n FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- sell to the highest and
s CUIT best bidder for cash
y IN AND FOR atWWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
y OKALOOSA COUNTY, FORECLOSE,'COM
st FLORIDA 'at 11:00AM, on the 22
t0 CIVIL ACTION CASE day of March, 2010, the
0 NO:462009CA000527 following described
FIL.E:F09007779 :. property as set.forth in
said Final Judgment:
o CHASE HOME FI- LOT 18, BLOCK B,
NANCE LLC, RIDGE CREST PHASE
Plaintiff,. ". 'H E ACCORDING TO
s .- HE PLAT THEREOF,
vs. RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGE 96,. 97
ANDREW D. COWART, AND 98, OFTHE PUB-
etal, LIC RECORDS OF
.: Defendant(s). OKALOOSA COUNTY,
e FLORIDA
e NOTICE OF FORE-LORIDA
f CLOSURE SALE ,WK/A 165 CABANA
0- NO I CWAY, CRESTVIEW, FL
NOTICE IS HEREBY 32536


IVEN pursuant to a Fi-
al Judgment of Mort-
age J' Foreclosure
ated January 15, 2010
nd entered in Case
' .
6-2009-CA-000527 of
ie Circuit Court of the
IRST Judicial Circuit
i '.and for. OKALOOSA
county, Floriida
'herein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, is 'the
laintiff and ANDREW
D. COWART; PEGGY
. COWART; ANY AND
LL UNKNOWN, PAR-
IES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
IEREIN NAMED INDI-
I D U A L
)EFENDANT(S) WHO
,RE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRAN
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; are the
defendants, I will sell to
he highest and best
idder for. cash
tWWW.OKALOOSAREAL-
'ORECLOSE.COM
t11.tlM,onthe 22 day
f- March, 2010, \the.
allowing described
property as set forth in
aid Final Judgment:
OT 22, :. BEACON'S
lEND, ACCORDING
'O PLAT THEREOF
ON FILE IN PLAT
lOOK 10, PAGE 46, IN'
'HE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT, OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA

ilK/A 104 BEACONS
lEND ROAD, CREST-
'IEW, FL 325360000

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
rom the sale, if any,
other than the property
iwner as of the date of
he Us Pendens must
lie a claim within sixty
60) days after the sale.
FITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on January .20,
2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By: K. Brown
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
3roup, P.RL
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
13622-5018
IMPORTANT
n accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ties Act, persons with
disabilities a needing
special accommoda-
ion to participate in
his proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
ration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number ., (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
:eeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 -
MPORTANT
n accordance with the


Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the'property
owner as of the date of
the Us .Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60),days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on January 20,
2010.

Florida Default Law
Group, PL. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should,
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32533515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 '
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ies Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this 'proceeding should
contact Court, Adminis-
tratiort at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway,. Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

1/27/2010
2/3/2010


LEGAL#1I20476 4, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
Invitation for OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Profesonal Legal FLORIDA.
SProfervssional LegProposal Any person claiming an
ServIices Proposal interest in the surplus

The Crestview Housing from the sale, if any,
Authority is soliciting other than the property
proposals for Legal owner as of the date of
Services to be provided the is peandens must
to the Board. of Com- file a claim within 60
missioners and Execu-" days after the sale.
tive Director on legal DON W. HOWARD
and residential matters, As Clerk of the court
matters associated with As Clerk of the court
the Board and the man- By:Vicki Jackson
agement functions re- DByVickiJacson
quired of the Executive As Deputy ler
Director and staff. Le- Dated this 15 day
gal advice and repre- of December,2019.
sentation is required on 2010.
contracts, proposed IMnPOTANT
policies, federal state e with the
and local laws and reg-n accordance ith the
.,1n cn.e i Americans with Disabil-
uion seincems nd cities. Act, persons need-
employment matters Ing. a reasonable ac-
actions of an appointed commodation to partic-
Policy Board and re- pate in this proceeding
lated matters 'for which should, no later than
counsel may be seven (7) days prior,
sought. Experience in cont ct the Cerk of the
assisting a public hous-Court's disability color7
ingauthoytoexpanddinator at 8506517497,
ing authority to.expand 1250 N EGLIN P(WY
housing opportunities SUITE A114 '" I PKW
Is required and working' ,'SHU MAR FL ,32579
with an associated 'AUIMAR FL, red32579
non-profit corporation. con ear9ng r')p
The Bervices will be b contact ; .'(TDD)
roThe sdervid aces rested 8009558771 via Florida
provided a requested Relay System.
by the Board of Com- elay Syst",.
missioners or the B- &., P
Secretary/Executive Di- ABn-Ezra & Katzi PA,
rector as authorized by. Attoeys for Plainatiff
the Board and ,relevant 901 Stirling Road,
HUD regulations and Suite 300,Fa3rtLaud-
budget constraint. e,, Florida 33312
budget constraints. Telephone: (305)
Respondents are re- 770-4100 6 5.OT2Q
quired to provide a Fax: (305)653-2329
'Qualification Synopsis 1/27/2010
detailing the expen- 2/3/2010
ence of the firm and/or =
specific individuals in
public housing author- LEGAL#120475
Ity legal issues. Re-
sponse time.to re- NOTICE OF SALE
quests for services FOR STORAGE
must be addressed.
Availability to the Crest- Household goods be-
view Housing Authority longing to the parties
in NW Florida' is to be named below and
included in any re- listed by unit number
sponse. will be sold at public
sale by American Self
Proposals are to be de- Storage, 1501 E.
livered in a sealed James' Lee Blvd, Crest-
packet marked view, FL 32539 @
"Proposals for Legal 10:00 :: a.m. February
Services" by the close 19,.- 2010. Unless
of business on Friday, charges are said in full
February 19, 2010. One before the time of sale.
original 'and five (5)
copies to be provided. Unit#A153 Pamellia
B. Ladnier
By: Sam Brunson
Executive Director 2/3/2010 ,
2/10/2010 '
1/30/2010

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2/13/2010, Advertising that works.
2/17/2010 Put your ad in -over 100
______'Papers "throughout
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rate Call (866)
LEGAL#120474 742-1373 or visit
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INTHE CIRCUIT m
COURT OFTHE "
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-,
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA 1130
COUNTY Are you 'Pregnant?
CASE NO. 08 CA 3647 Considering adoption?
We are married couple
FLAGSTAR BANK, seeking' to adopt. Fi-
F.S.B., nancial security. Ex-
Plaintiff, penses paid. Call Maria
& Ernie (ask for
vs. mi.chei re,l/ada m).
(800)790-5260. FL
Bar# 0150789 .
FRED MILANI et. al Bar0150789 -
Defendants. Pregnant? Considering
adoption? A married
NOTICE OF FORE- couple, large extended
CLOSURE SALE family, seeks to adopt.
Financially secure. Ex-
NOTICE IS HEREBY penses paid. Call
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- (800)590-1108 ref #
nal Judgment of Fore- 3757.. Agency #
closure dated Decem- 100003635
ber 10, 2009 and en-
tered in Case 'No, 08
CA 3647, of the Circuit
Court of the First Judi- 1150
cial Circuit -in and for White Male Very young
OKALOOSA County, looking 72 5' 8" salt &
Florida wherein Flag- pepper hair. Owns
star Bank, FS.B,, is a home. Don't smoke or
Plaintiff and FRED drink. I am looking for a
MILANI; YVONNE nice honest lady that
MILANI; MORTGAGE would appreciate a
ECTRONIC SSREGIS very nice man. 1f there
STATION SYSTEMSIs a lonely lady out
INC; INDIAN CREEK there that s as lonely
OWNERS'. ASSOCIA- as I am, please call or
TION, INC. are the De- write to LRB PO Box
fendants. I will sell to 876 Crestview, Fl
the Highest and best 876 restvew, ll
bidder for cash 850-689-80386 or
www.okaloosaealoedlosaco 50-689-803
In, at 11:00am .
on February 9, 2010, I
the following described/
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to
wit:
LOT 6, INDIAN CREEK
SUBDIVISION, AC- a
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS I -' I
RECORDED IN PLAT 3100-Antiques
BOOK 13, PAGE(S) 3 & 3110-Appliances


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Able Concrete
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Free estimates
305-0109


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Free estimates.
Ph. 682-5347
Sr. Citizen Discounts.


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3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



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box and warranty. Only
$135. 850-471-0330
Mattress Queen Brand
Name Pillowtop, w/
foundation. New, $185.
Warrany. 471-0330
Sofa/LOveseat Leather
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East. Sat 7-?
Multi Family .
Sale



Crestview
GARAGE SALE

Feb 6th 7-noon 2609
Palamino TrI. in Silver
Oaks. Lots of good
items.
r I


ICrestview 104 Shell I
I Drive, Saturday1
7-until, ,
Moving Sale
'Complete household I
Crestview: Twilight Dr.,1
in the Spring Hollow
subdivision off Hwy 85.
Thursday February 4th
10am til 2pm.


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Living room,, bedroom,
and dining room furn-
iture. Some art work.



S3290
Bath tub, Walk In as
seen on TV, new (still in
box), jetted, paid
$9700, sacrifice $3500.
Super Deall1, Can de-.
liver, 240-3273



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Good cond. Sell for
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Pre-Engineered Steel
Building Sale-' Low As
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ranty. Church Build-
ings, Garages, Ware-
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n120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/rownhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
8190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 '- Vacation Rentals



Crestview

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

For 'Rent: Retail space
on John King Rd. in
Southgate Plaza. Rent
for unfurnished unit is
$625. mo. Furnished
office space ready to
move in $825. Call
651-9900 for Buddy or
Sonya




Crestview Free rent 1
month Lg, 2BR/1BA
Quiet, Gated, NO Pets.
Call 682-4990/585-5012
$550. mo + $500. DD

Crestvlew- 1 br apt,
692 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletely furnished, utili-.
ties incl. No pets.
$625.mo 682-3166


*279 ULindberg
3 br, 1.5 ba, $675 -
03278 Aubum Rd.
3 br, 2 ba, $675
0133 Swaying Pipes
3 br, 2.5 ba, $750
*137'Shady Lane
3 br, 2.5 be, $850
02864 Richburg
3 br, 2 ba, $900
0443 Shoal Lake Dr.
3 br, 2 ba, $900
04702 Whitewater
4 br, 2 ba, $950
01231 Northview
4br, 2 ba, $1100
04777 Shoal Lake Cr.
4 br, 2 ba, Pool; $1200
*606 Territory Lane
4 br, 3 ba, $1400 .

Laurel Hill
03329 Berrywood Tr.
3 br, 2 ba, $600

Laurel Hill unfurn 2 br,
1 ba, $450 mo, + $450
dd. Plus Utilities small
pet ok. 850-652-4155
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156

113 Twin Oak Dr,
$875, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
130 Indian Trail Dr,
$825, 3BR, 2BA,
1303 Jeffryscott Dr,.
$950, 3BR, 2BA,2CG
593 James Lee Blvd.
$900, Commercial
290 Main Street,
$1,250, Commercial
All properties require
a credit check, one
year lease; no inside
smoking, pet fees are
non-refundable.
CALL DEBRA FROST
682-6156


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140- -Vans
8150 Commercial
816 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraflt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviatlon
8320 ATV/Ott Rood Vehicles
6330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


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15'6" C18 hp Nissan
with electric start Troll-
ing Motor Livewell &Dry
Box Humming Bird
Depth Finder $3,000
obo850-826-1420




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Trailer 12'x35' with 8x12
Factory Built Screened
Porch on Front. Built
on Same Frame. Fur-
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(386)755-2446.


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Crestview News Bulletin I B7




Driver Crestvlew- .2 bd utl. Roomate Wanted:
J & M Company pd 6mo lease $550 moe $300. a month everyth-
Accepted applicants + $550 dd 682-5090 or ing incl. Call Tina
in the Pensacola 5856128 758-2394
area for
experienced, -
safety-conscious,
tractor/semi drivers 6170
to haul refrigerated Crestview Bent Creek
liquid. Odometer Apts II Vouchers Ac- Baker 3BR/2BA cen-
mileage pay, bo- cepted. ,Rental assis- tal heat & air,. utility
nuses, excellent tance may be avail. 1 & room. $575. mo &
eamings potential & 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- $550. dd. Call
home weekly & great cessible apts. 20 Bent 537-4380
benefits Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563, Crestview, Hudson
Call Neal or Bill for TDD/TTY 711. Equal Mobile Home Park has
details Housing Opportunity units for rent. 2br, Iba,
1-800-477-6555 $395. & up. 585-8192
x5172 Class A CDL Crestview I & II
& 2 yrs. Exp. Apartments
_____ Now accepting applica- /
S tions for 1 &2 br HC &
non-HC accessible -.'a -
apartments for the eld-
4130 early & disabled. Rental
.. t ave... Na- assistance may be
Able rave a- available. Call 850-
tonal Company Hiring 682-5149 TDD/TTY 711,/ .I r Ig. .
nSharp People. Able to 1450 Coreno Drive,' -- -
Start Today. Transpor- Crestview, FL Equal 710 O-HomeH '
tation & Lodging Fur- Housing Opportunity 71- each ome/
wished. NO EXPERI-. 1 0 perty m e
ENCE Necessary. Paid 71 Commercial
Training. Over 18+ 3 7130 -Coajdo/Townhouse
(888)921 -1 999 7140 -'Farms & Ranches
www.greenstreetsolu- .Crestview nn 7150 Lotasand Acreage
.ions cor Crviw Inn 7160 Mobile Homrns/Lots
tions.com Motel $35 daily, $165. 7170 Waterfront
wk. Apt. $180: wk. 4 wk 7180- Investment
Airlines are Hiring. $550. Call 682-4466 Property
Train for high paying 7190 out-of-Town
Aviation Maintenance Crestview, Bent Creek Real Estate
Career. FAA approved Apartments I, Vouchers 7200 Timeshare
program. Financial aid Accepted. Rental assis-
-if qualified Housing tance may be available.
available.: CALL Avia- 1 & 2 BR, HC & non
tion Institute of Mainte- HC accessible apart- ,7100 .
nance (888)349-5387. ments. 209 Bent Creek
________ .Rd, Crestview, FL. Call
Drivers Immediate 8 5 0-682-5563
Needl Regional & OTR TDD/TTY 711. Equal Crestview- 1997. 12x37
positions available Housing Opportunity. Park Model mobile
NOW! CDL-A w/Tanker ,o home. 1/1 all new app.,
REQ'D. Outstanding d new cabinets, washer&
pay & Benefitsl- Call a r dryer, new 40 gal.
recruiter TODAY! 6130wate heater, 4 metal
(877)484-3042 I uHeart -.,f roof, ceramic tile floor-
www.oakleytransport.com. : r y "I ing, berber carpet in
----------- *;;.'Destln : bedroom,. 'new ceiling
OTR Drivers Needed. Jr. 2 br. 2 be fans, 8ft x 14ft front
Flatbed, Reefer and $1150 ma deck, trailer is set up
Tanker Positions.- Prime | All unlities Included I on mobile home lot
nc, is a financially sta- Fully furnished. also has two. metal
ble, expanding and "The Palms of sheds. 10 x 14 and 8 x
growing carrier 9 -DestfnResot 10% $9000.00 call Mike
months + OTR. exp. ,850351-0528 I 850-398-1367
(800)277-0212 7 "7'-0 1WilkM. I
www.primeinc.com balmsoldestin.com

Over 18? Between I
High School and 'Col- I I Individual wants to
legs? Travel and Have ','' buy house for
Fun w/Young Success- N investment. Please' Call
ful BusinessGroup.No I 850-651-0987
Experience Necessary. I
2wks Paid Training.
lodging, Transporta-
tion ,-Provided. (877) I
646-5050. 715
Stdet ch -' Abandoned Upstate
Student Exchange -.. NY Farm. Absolute
Program Seeks Local sale. 10 acres stream
Coordinators Passion- L ...-. $29,9001 Lake region,
ate about your commu- woods, fields. Solid in-
nity? Help us expand vestments Terms! Vir-
Unpaid but monetary, w ftual tour www.newyork
travel incentives. Must ,1 6140 landandlakes.com
be 25+. Visit 2 and 3 bedrooms---
effoundation.org or call $450 to $650 morith No
(877)216-1293 ,, Pets. Please Call 2
______ (850)682-1972 17190
S. Abandoned Upstate
NY Farm. Absolute
\ sale. 10 acres -.stream
Crestview- 2bd ba, $29,9001 Lake region,
I.. wsher, dryer, stove, woods, fields. Solid in-
fridg. furnished $600. vestment! Termsl Vir-
Smo. call 850-305-8515 tual tour: www.newyork,
landandlakes.com
D elray Beach, FL -
5100 Business / New Luxury
Opportunities
5110- MoneytoLoe d' Crestview 4br, 2 ba, 2. Townhomes, Only 6
cg, large fenced yard. Remainl 3 or 4 bed-
$1000 moe- + dd. Call rooms, 2 car garage
850-830-5854. Was $475,000, NOW
I 5100 $284,900 plus incen-
S Janet Johnson tivesli. (561)922-7424
ALL Cash Vendingl Do DeFalco RE
you earn $800 in a Realty, Inc. www.defalco.com
day? 25 Local Ma- Equal Housing
chines and' Candy Foreclosed Golf
$9,995. (888)629-9968 Opportunity. Homes 81 Golf LdtsI
BO02000033 CALL US: 682-1800 100's of listings in the
we will not be under- Carolinas. 'Own for frap-
soldl tion of' value Call
CrestvieW (877)526-3615, x 2454
How would another *118 Hampton, foreclosedgolfhome.com
$1,000 -$5,000 a month 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535.
help you pay your 410 Church St. Inverness Home 125K,
bills? Work from home, 2 br, 2 ba, $550 6 Exceptional Different
flexible hours, -great in- 271 Booker Lots 2 with Trailers
come. Check us out to- 2 br, 1 ba, $550 39+59K. New Tractor
day or e-mail 0214 VirginiaS + Ass., Trks, Trailers,
www.enjoythefreedom.net 2 br, 1.5ba, $550 Chainsaws, Money
0216 Virginia St. Maker, More-More, Info
2 br, 1.5 be, $550 (352) 637-1242.
224Runnymeade Dr.
2 br, 1.5 be, $595 North Carolina Moun-
234 Runnymeade Dr trains E-Z Finish Log
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
0238 Runnymeade Dr. age PRE-APPROVED
2 br, 1.5 be, $595 Bank Financingi Only
a *03089 Cosson $99,900 Ask About our.
A 3 br, 2 be, $595 Mountain Land for Sale
"0602 Henderson St, (828)247-9966 Code
5100 Business/ 2 br, 1 ba, $595 48A
Commercial *604 Henderson
6110 Apartments 2br, 2ba, $620 ,





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