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Publication Date: February 10, 2010
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The students and staff of
Crestview High School
were out in full force
Monday afternoon to
cheer on the Bulldog
cheerleaders as they
returned home as fthe newly
crowned state champions in the
Florida High School Athletic As-
sociation small coed division.
When the final scores were
tallied, Crestview won eas-
ily with 411 points. Second place
South Lake had 387 points, Cen-


tetnial (361.5), Robinson (358)
and Taravella (267). -
The championship has been
*a progressive, process for the-
squad. ..
"This was my third year, and ,
we placed fifth my 10th-grade
year, third last year and first this
year," senior Brittany Garrett
said. "We had a bunch of new
faces (on the team) .tis year. We
had a lot of new tumling and a
lot of new competitot .
"It was a different competi-
tion altogether because we used"
See CHEER A3


Above, the Bulldog
cheerleader squad
poses with their
state championship
trophy moments after
returning to campus
on Monday. Below,
members of the CHS
Dazzlers dance
team were on hand
'to welcome home ..
the state champion,
Bulldog cheerleaders.
Photos by ANN SPANN I
Cresh4~i Nens Bulletin


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Carver-Hill School remembered at lecture


Ann Spann .
Crestview News Bulletin
At age 96, Crestview resident Vel-
ma Conyers' memories of the city's
first school for blacks, Rosenwald 57,
are vivid.
"I started at Rosenwald 57," Cony-
ers said of the school that opened in
1926. "We had to bring water up from
the spring. There was a cloak room
and a place to lay your lunch."
Rosenwald 57 was the precursor
to Carver-Hill, a school that served
Crestview's black community during
segregation.
At a recent First Tuesday Lecture
at the Robert L.E Sikes Public Library,
J.C. Connor presented historical facts
and old photographs from the school.
See SCHOOL A2


REMINISCING: A
former teacher and
several students
from Carver-Hill .
School reminisce
over historical
memorabilia during
the First Tuesday
Lecture at the
Robert L.F. Sikes
Library. Pictured
are Theodore
Powell, Bayzine
McDonald, Mary
Haynes, Velma
Conyers and
Library Director
Jean Lewis.
ANN SPANN I
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City undertakes
'most thorough
review' of its
charter
'Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
A charter review com-
mittee, has been tasked
with examining the city of
Crestview's form of gov-
ernment.
"The charter we're us-
ing now was first adopted in
1964," explained Commit-
tee Chairman and former
Crestview Mayor Jerry Mil-
ligan. "It has been around A
while. Changes have been
proposed but have never
been accepted by the vot-
ers, but I also believe this is
the most thorough review
that we have ever had un-
dertaken of the charter.
"The intention, the ex-
pressed purpose, was sim-
ply to review the charter
and see if there are any
changes or improvements
we might need to recom-
mend to the council," Mil-,
ligan said.
The city now has a weak
mayor form of government,
with the five members of
the city council directing
the city's budget, policies
and programs.
Some cities have strong
mayors, with more control
of the city's direction. Other'
cities hire city managers,
who oversee day-to-day
operations under direction
from a council.
'Any charter change,
anything that has to do with
the form of government, has
to be approved by the vot-
ers," Milligan stressed, not-
ing that the charter review
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SCHOOL from page Al


"As a student of history,
I'm interested in keeping
memories of Carver-Hill
School alive," said Con-
nor, the .chief information
officer for the Okaloosa
School District.
Connor feels at home
in the school building, now
known as the Carver-Hill
Administration Complex,
where he has worked for.
21 years.
But it's the school's his-
toric legacy that has driv-
en his research. What he
found was that Carver-Hill
evolved from Rosenwald
57.
The School Board' of
Okaloosa County pur-
chased a half-acre parcel
of land from the Conyers
family in 1917 as the site
for a black school, Connor
explained to those pres-
ent at the lecture. The land
was located on what is now
Ratcliff Street and the pur-
chase price was $25.
Thq Rosenwald Foun-
dation constructed a
two-room state-of-the-art
school on the site in 1926,


SCHOOL: The Crestview Rosenwald School,
school for black students.


with matching funds from
the local community for
the $1,550 total construc-.
tion cost, he said.
Julius Rosenwald was
part-owner of Sears, Roe-
buck and Company and
a' philanthropist, whose


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built-in 1926, was the town


foundation administered
over $4.4 million in match-
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more: than 5,000 one and.
two-room schools for Af-
rican-American children,
most of which were locat-
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became known
wald Schools."
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was known as
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is that the school was the
57th built by Rosenwald,
no one has been able to
find documents to prove it.
0 In 1944, the school
board purchased an entire
4 b '* city block on what is now
T i School Avenue for a black
school. The land was in a
newly platted subdivision
known as Sullivan's Ad-
f edition and the price paid'
to the Sullivan family was
$50.
Sometime during the
following year, the Rosen-
wald School was moved
to the new property on
School Avenue on logs and
was named the Crestview
Colored High School. That
E NEWS BULLETIN name would be changed in
n's first 1949 to Carver School in
honor of George Washing-
ton Carver.
S A modern three-room
constructed school with.restrooms and
architects of a boiler was built at the
institute and Carver School in 1950..
as "Rosen- A 1951. yearbook in the
collection at the Carver-
in Crestview Hill Historical Museum
"Rosenwald indicates the school col-
speculation ors were black and gold
with a tiger mascot. The
i mascot had changed to
the Hornets by 1953 when
'the school's first football
team played their opening
game at Richbourg Field.
The Carver Hornets were
defeated by the Jackson
High Lions of Milton.
A A modern school was
'built around the existing
Sthree-room Carver School
0 and opened-.to both el-
ementary and high school
students in the fall of 1954.
The, school was re-named
Carver-Hill High School in
S honor of George Washing-
ton Carver and Ed Hill, g
local advocate for African-
American schools.
SThe new school adopted
42 the panthers as their mas-
cot and blue and white as
the school colors.
E EConnor, who is white, is
i the first to admit that he
is an unlikely candidate to
present a history oh Carv-
O er-Hill. After his lecture,


he took a back' seat and
listened as those who had
lived the history as for-
mer teachers and students
shared their own personal
memories of their beloved
school.
Florence Hayes began
teaching at Carver-Hill .in
1955 and remained until its
closing.
"Parents were very co-
operative, whatever need-
ed to be done to make that
child do what was' right,"
remembered Hayes. "I'm
very proud of all my stu-
dents."
Carver-Hill High School
closed in 1966 during de-
segregation ,., and high
school students were sent
to Crestview High School.
The school remained op-
erational for.. elementary
grades until 1969 when
segregation was eliminat-
ed entirely.
The following year the.
school was. converted to
a kindergarten center for
all Crestview students and
was used for that purpose
until 1982, when it became
the Carver-Hill Admi is-
tration Complex.
The Carver-Hill Com-
plex is currently undergo-
ing renovations to ensure
its preservation as an in-
tegral administrative facil-
ity, according to Connor.
There are also plans to
erect a historical marker
at the site in the spring of
this year.
"The school, district is
committed to preserving
Carver-Hill," Connor said.
Novella Baggett is a
graduate of Carver-Hill
and returned to the school
as a physical .education
teacher after graduating
college.
."I have a lot of good
memories," said Baggett.
"I'm thankful to be a part
of this moment to, know
that Carver-Hill will not be
forgotten, that we will keep
the Carver-Hill spirit alive
and the white and blue will
always stand."


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
MEMORIES: Audience members share a laugh., while
remembering Carver-Hill School. Pictured are:
Florence Hayes,.Joanne Thomas; Pearlie Mae
Waters, Bayzine McDonald and Mary Haynes.


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CHEER from page Al


Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin.
CHS cheerleader, Hayden Hritz had a big
smile as She took her turn at carrying the state
championship trophy.


to do medium varsity, so we
moved up a level and now we
are small coed.
"We performed a very ex-
treme routine with a lot of
tumbling and stunting we
haven't done. Anddit got us to
a place where we wanted to
be."
The team moved to the coed
division when the school's.
only male'cheerleader, Manny
Torres, joined the squad.
Team sponsor Lisa Kim-
brough credited -the team's
success to talent, good chem-
istry and long hours of hard
'work.
"This is a strong group and
They have bonded," she said.
"Every single day they have
been practicing. If there is not
a basketball game to cheer at
or a football game to cheer at,
they are in the multipurpose
room or in the .cheer room
working for this. ,
"They have put in count-
less hours preparing for this


. weekend."-
Crestview Principal Ed
Coleman pointed out how-dif-
ficult it is to win a state cham-
pionship in any type of compe-
tition.
"Any time you can go off
and win anything at a state
level it says a lot for the kids
and their sponsors and their
dedication," he said. "We are
extremely proud of the girls,
and of Manny.
"If you watched them on
the telecast they had, they
did an outstanding job: They
barely missed anything and
won by a large margin in their
competition."
Sophomore Courtney Ad-,
ams is already thinking about
,what the championship will
mean to the cheerleading
squads in the years to come.
"It sets a high standard for
what we need to accomplish
and what we need to work on
for future years to make us
better as a squad," she said.


Darius
Madison
admires the
championship
medallion
of Bulldog
cheerleader
Taylor Moore
during a
welcome home
celebration at
Crestview High
School.


CHARTER froh page Al -


committee itself has no authority
to make changes to the document.
that governs Crestview.
"Our assigned task is to get
the very best recommendation
we can pull together and present
that to the city council," Milligan
said. "The council will then act or
not act on that recommendation.
If the council acts to send that
recommendation to the people, it
will be subject to referendum."
The committee's composition
is a broad cross-section of Crest-
view's citizenry. Milligan is an
insurance agent. Other members
are vice-chairman Robyn Helt, a
real estate agent; businessman
Tim Brennan; Ellis Conner, a
former city councilman; the Rev.
Sanford Hayes, New Life Mis-
sionary Baptist Church; banker
Derek Lott, vice president of the
* Crestview Area Chamber of Com-
merce; and the Rev. Dale Walters
of Joy Fellowship.
Members were appointed,
one each, by the city's elected
officials, including the five coun-


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
REVIEW: Former Crestview Mayor Jerry Milligan, right, presides
as chairman over ihe Feb. 4 meeting of the city's Charter
Review Committee. Members include, from left, Sanford Hayes,
Derek Lott, vice-chairman Robyn Helt, Dale Walters, Ellis Conner
and Tim Brennan (obscured behind Mr. Milligan).

cil members, the mayor and city bers have been going through the
clerk. Since it was constituted in city's charter article by article
September, the committee meets section by section. Periodically
monthly. Systematically, its mem- city leaders appear before the


committee to detail their duties
and functions.
"It comes down to, what is
the structure of government,"
said Mayor David Cadle, who ap-'
peared before the most recent
charter revie,,committee gath-
ering Feb. 4 to describe his may-
oral responsibilities.
Administrative Services Di-
rector Mike Wing attends ev-
ery meeting"'^f''the committee.
"His department is our support
mechanism," Milligan explained.
"They do the research -we need
and try to get us what we need
to move forward on whatever the
n subject is."
The committee's thorough-
ness helps in alleviating any sus-
picions that it has a pre-estab-
lished agenda.
"There were a couple times
before where the council got a
citizens', committee involved,
e but those previous committees
, seemed to have a foregone conclu-
y sion what they were going to pres-
e ent," Milligan said. "I do think that


our committee members are very
open-minded and interested in do-
ing the best job possible. They ask
a tremendous number of questions
and ask questions in a broad range
pertaining to city government."
As a committee that will make
recommendations to the city
council, its meetings are open to
the public and are subject to the
state's "sunshine" laws. City attor-
ney Ben Holley attends the com-
mittee's meetings to address any,
legal questions that might arise.
"I think we have got a good
committee. The committee mem-
bers have been very open to hear-
ing as many different viewpoints
as possible," .Milligan praised.
"I really expect we'll be able to
come out of there with something
that will be beneficial to the citi-
zens of Crestview."

The next meeting of the Crest-
view charter review committee
will be Thursday, Feb. 25, at 5:30
.p.m. in the City Hall council cham-
ber and is open to the public.


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State Champion cheerleading team
are Hayden Hritz, Megan King, Taylor
Moore, Manny Torres, Jessie Durgan,
Kayla 'Chenette, Bridget Worth, Ashlea
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CCeiNwueL RIESa,


Father accused of
punching daughter
after she earned
a 'C' in class

Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
A Crestview man faces
a charge of child abuse and
is accused of slapping his
daughter
and punch-
ing her in the
mouth after
she brought
home a re-
port card
with a "C"
grade on it.
HEATLEY Sebastian
Jon Heatley,
44, was charged with cru-
elty to a child, abuse without
great harm and domestic
violence. He is scheduled to
appear in court on March 2.
Police responded to a call
in the 200 block of Tish Drive
on Jan. 28, where they found
Heatley's daughter "upset
and crying," according to an
arrest report.
The right side of her face
was slightly swollen and "her
lip was split and bleeding,"
the report states.
The girl, whose age was
not provided, told police her
father confronted her about
a "C" she had earned at
schooL .
"He began yelling at her
how she was never going to
graduate and she was not
good enough," the report
states.
The girl told the arrest-
ing officer her father shoved
her against a wall, slapped
her, several times with an
open hand and hit her in the
mouth with a closed fist.


According to the report,
Heatley admitted to striking
his daughter after she began
using foul language.
"He stated every time she
used a curse word, he struck
her in the mouth," the report
states. "...I agree. Tonight
... things got out of hand. I
didn't really mean to hurt my
Childd"

Police: Woman cuts
boyfriend with box
cutter in argument
over phone

Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com

A Crestview woman ac-
cused of cutting her boy-
friend with a box cutter
during an
argument
over a tele-
phone faces
a charge of
aggravated
battery with
a weapon.
Thea
HOGAN Jada-Deni-
trick Hogan,
32, was arrested TIesday
afternoon at the home she
shares with her boyfriend on
Martin Luther King Jr. Ave-
nue-fter an alleged alterca-
tion between the two.
Hogan, who was addition-
ally charged with domestic
violence, was released from
the Okaloosa.County Jail orf
a $7,500 bond.
According to a Crestview
Police Department report,
officers were told an argu-
ment between the two broke
out after the boyfriend found
a cell phone in Hogan's pos-
session and 'she refused to
tell him where, she got' it
from.


Crime BRIEFS


"The victim and defen-
dant both stated a physical
altercation ensued when
they were both trying to get
the phone from the other
person," the report states.
The boyfriend told police.
Hogan picked up a "blade"
he identified as a box cutter
and cAt him on his left arm.
Police reported "multiple lac-
erations" on the boyfriend's
arm that were "superficial"
and did not require medical
attention.
"The victim stated he
tried to flee the residence
but the defendant constantly
pursued him trying to get the
phone back from him," the
report states..
Hogan reportedly told po-
lice her boyfriend attacked
her, threw a speaker box at
her and hit her over the head
with a metal chair. Police
reported they could find no
signs of injury to Hogan.
Furthermore, Hogan told
police she had no box cutter
but "admitted to swinging a
knife at the defendant," ac-
cording to the report.

Crestview man suspect
in multiple burglaries,

From staff reports
ACrestviewman suspect-
ed in multiple burglaries, in
Okaloosa County was arrest-
ed Friday by
the Okaloosa
County Sher-
iff's Office
following an
atternipted
break-in in
the Wright
area north
BELTON of Fort Wal-
ton Beach
around 11:20 a.m. Friday.
Andre Lamar Belton, 23,


of the 2300 block of Barbaree
Drive, faces multiple charg-
es, including burglary and
criminal mischief..
Belton was arrested
Friday 'morning following
a report of two men trying
to kick in a door at a home
on Schneider Drive. Depu-
ties responding to the scene
chased the suspects' car
until the two men bailed
out near the intersection of,
Denton Boulevard and May-
flower' Avenue. Belton was
captured but escaped. He
was later arrested again.
Fort Walton Beach resi-
dent Quinton Cordell Powell,
21, was also arrested.-
' Investigators say both
Powell and Belton are sus-
pects in multiple area bur-
glaries.


dana wrapped tightly around
an object behind the passen-
ger's seat and asked Parki-
son what was inside the ban,
dana, the report states.
) "Once Parkison realized
what I was pointing to he
(used a curse word)," the re-
port states.
Parkison told the officer
there was a handgun in the
bandana, that it was stolen
arid that he was holding it
for a friend, according to the
report.
A dispatcher ran the se-
rial number through 'a data-
bage and it came back as sto-
len out of Okaloosa County.
Parkison was transported
to the Okaloosa County Jail
and was released later that
day on a $2,500 bond.


Crestview resident Driver in wreck charged
charged with dealing With DUI posts ba
in stolen property Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
A Crestview resident is
charged with dealing in sto-
len property after a handgun
S reported '
stolen was
found in his
automobile.
Adam
Dale Parki-
son, 20, is
scheduled
to appear m
PARKISON court March
2.
Officers with the Crest-
view Police Department
were questioning Parkison
on an unrelated case Jan.
27 when he gave consent to.
search his automobile.'
One of 'the officers spot-
ted a white and black ban-


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with a suspended driver's li-
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Myers' arrest stems from
a Nov. 10 accident in which
he was driving and lost con-
trol of his 1994 Ford F-150 in
a carve while "traveling at a
high rate-of speed," accord-'
ing a FHP report issued af-
ter the accident.
Three days before the
wreck, Myers was released
from ,the, Okaloosa County
Jail after serving a 45-day
sentence for driving with his
license suspended. In 2007,
he was. cited for unlawful
speeding and was issued a
ticket for careless driving.
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day arrest, the ,FHP, .an-
nounced his blood alcohol
concentration level at the
time of the wreck was .121.
" Mashburn was sitting
in the passenger's seat the
night of the accident when
Myers' truck slammed into
two pecan trees on John
Road in Holt with enough
force to rip the cab from the
chassis. Neither of the boys
was wearing a seat belt, a
report states.

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theft charge.

From staff reports
A clerk at a Crestview
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more than ,$300 from the'
business' till.
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ala, 19, was
arrested on
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grand theft
in the inci-
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month.
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Police Department arrest
report, the manager at the
Quality Inn told police Kov-
ala and the money disap-
peared on Jan. 27.
Kovala was later arrest-
ed and told investigators
"she. took approximately
$330 from the cash drawer
at Quality Inn," according to
the arrest report. .
Kovala was released from
the Okaloosa County Jail in a
$2,500 bond. She is charged
with larceny/theft of more
than $300 but less than $5,000
and is scheduled for an initial
March 2 court date.


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Crestview News Bulletin intern Shaquavia Hardy
is named "Youth of the Month" of January by the
Niceville Exchange Club. Those pictured here
at the event are, back row, Peggy Coughlin,
Deb Crenshaw, Rick Miller (president), Bill Smith
(Niceville mayor pro tern) and Mr. Boyer. Front row,
'Jane Strickland, Dorothy Miller (treasurer), Carol
Mullins-Hernandez (youth chairwoman), Shaquavia,
'Hardy, Janet Moomaw and Bill Moomaw.



The benefits



of volunteer



work are great


In existence
for nearly 100
years, the National
Exchange Club is
truly a remarkable
organization .
dedicated to
community
progress and
development. The SHA
club focuses on four
main aspirations:
promoting Americanism,
,community service, youth
programs and child abuse
prevention. Local chapters
in Florida include those
located in Niceville and
Crestview.
Last month, I was
honored as "Youth of the
Month" by-the Niceville
Exchange Club. This
award "recognizes
hard-working high
school students who
attain high levels of
scholastic achievement,
community involvement
and leadership." As a
student dedicated to
many events, clubs and
activities, I can provide
-first-person testament to
-the innumerable benefits
of school and community
involvement.
Studies conducted
by psychoanalysts and
teen therapists indicate
that volunteering and
being involved in the
community is a great
way for individuals to
establish a sense of
inner strength, self-being
and self-worth. Doing
for others and making
a difference in other
people's lies allows one
to develop a positive self-.,
identity. This identity
allows an individual to


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feel good about
who they are and
fosters social
skills, strengthens
communication,
creativity, and
the formation
and expression of
IUAVIA opinion.
VY Moreover,
being involved in
service projects is
a way for teens to see the
world in another light or
think outside their own
reality. Outlooks become
broadened as volunteers
realize obstacles they
might never face, develop
morals and values, and
become exposed to several
new concepts about the
world around them.
Nevertheless,
community service also
comes in handy for teens
when it comes time to fill
out college applications
and scholarships. Given
all the priceless benefits
of school and community
involvement, do not waste
any more time. Get up, and
get active! ,
The Niceville Exchange
Club holds meetings
every second and fourth
Tuesday at LaRumba, with
an agenda always full of
events and activities for
the community. The club
supports many charities,
such as the Children's
Advocacy Center, Sharing
and Caring, and Children
in Crisis.
The Crestview
Exchange Club meets
on the second and fourth'
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
First Presbyterian Church
of Crestview, with social
time beginning at 6:30 p.m.


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Back in the day,
newspapers were the,
chronicle of the times.
Books were the only kind
of story entertainment. "
Thoughts and ideas
circulated 'around the world
because of the written
word, especially when KA
the printing press came THOI
onto the scene. Writing, it
would seem, has shaped
the history of our world's cultures
and provided the manner through'
which the human iace excelled.
However, it could be that one
day writing and publishing will
be a thing of the past, something
to remember'fondly, such as the
invention of the Model T, only to
be later outshined by sports cars
and hybrids.
Writing always has come very
naturally to me. Just as nearly
every person has one special
strength, mine is writing, as this
art of "word painting" is what I do
best.
I knew I wanted to be a writer
as soon as I realized I wasn't good


at anything else. More,
truthfully, it was comforting
to find something that I
could do that didn't stress
me out, like so much of life
does, and something that
,other people could possibly
enjoy,
LENA I've sat many a year
MHAVE in math classes working
very hard to understand a
concept so easily objective,
while in English class, I could
let creativity take over. But with
math and science becoming so
important in this technological
age, when the next iWhatever
storms into the stores nearly.
every month, is there really any
point to writing anymore?
Perhaps, one might say, I
shouldn't make my hobby my
profession. Countless times,
however, my grade school teachers
would say if one loves his or her
work, then it isn't work at all.
Small advice like this from,
regular people is the advice
that often means the most. So,
I have kept writing. I write to


Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Whom could that be?


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
I was back in New
Orleans for a quick
visit last week. The
air was heavy with the
excitement of three
mighty forces converging
on the fun-loving city
at once. Mardi Gras;
the mayoral primary;
and, oh yes, a football'
game of some sort had
the city just giddy with
expectation.
I was in town to speak
at the National World
War II Museum about the
documentary films of the
1936 German Olympics.
My spiel was timed to
coincide with the build-
up to this.year's winter
games. Although the rest
of the world is eagerly
anticipating events
in Vancouver, in New
Orleans, theybarely
register on the local
radar, if at all.-
New Orleans, I
discovered soon after I
moved there in 1981, is
a city that moves to its
own beat and, often, to
the frustration of those
of us used to a faster
(and more efficient)
pace, in its own good'
time. The convergence
of the Super Bowl, Mardi
Gras and a chance to
refresh city government
all in the space of two
Weekends upped-the
city's collective tempo.
"The Yats are going
crazy!" said my buddy


Troy Tillman,
an insurance
underwriter born
and raised in
the New Orleans
western suburb
of Metairie. Yats
are the locals,
3 whose appellation BI
comes from HU
their congenial
greeting, "Where
y'at?" as uttered in New
Orleans' regional accent
that closely resembles .
that of New Yorkers from
.Queens.
(And for the same.
B reason. Both cities '
experienced waves of
the same melting pot of
European immigrants at
the same time, evolving
a similar regional accent.
t And, no, with apologies
to Dennis Quaid in "The
Big Easy," you won't
find any native New
Orleanian going around
calling each other "cher"
and talking with a Cajun
patbis.)
The day before the
hitherto unexpected.
spectacle of the Saints
progressing to the
Super Bowl, let alone
winning the game, the
city experienced its first
triumph in this triple ..
header with the election
of Mitch Landrieu to-
succeed embattled
outgoing Mayor Ray.
Nagin. Landrieu; son of
former Mayor "Moon,"
Landrieu and brother of
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu,
is hoped to elevate the


city's leadership
to a respectability
noit experienced
for decades.
And, of course,
there's Mardi
Gras (or "Mawdi
Graw," in the
RIAN true Yat accent),
GHESN that glorious pre-
Lenten carnival
often billed as
"the world's largest
cocktail party," noted
--and notorious for
revelry in the streets
that often is lubricated
by an excess of adult
beverages, usually by
out-of-town visitors and
local college students,
all of whom mistakenly
believe that locals act
like that all the time
themselves.
(Locals, I'm sorry
to report, also don't get
up every morning, swig
caf6 au lait, chomp down
beignets, then go play
their saxophones in the
street until it's time for a
po-boy or gumbo.)
Like most people
who lived there, I knew
better than to venture
anywhere close to the
French Quarter during
Carnival. In addition
to the fact that public
transport shut down (too
many drunks littering
the streetcar tracks), it
was just more pleasant
staying Uptown and
watching parades and
battling jovial fellow
parade-goers for beads;
doubloons; toys; snacks;


and, um, occasional ,
undergarments as. they
rained from passing
floats from the relative.
sanity of St. Charles
Avenue.
(All these goodies,
collectively called
"throws," would be
boxed up carefully and ,
shipped to friends in less
celebratory parts of the
country. Except for the
Moon Pies. I'd eat them.)
The sheer joy
- my friends report
in New Orleans'
streets is refreshing.
It brings hope to a
city downtrodden by
storms both natural and
manmade. The Saints'
hell-freezing victory, the
era of new hopefully
good, though it scarcely
could be worse ,
government, and the
return to the streets of
Mardi Gras krewes and
their largesse of throws
are good things for a,
community that needs.a
little uplifting.
I hope my friends
and their fellow citizens
back in the city I called
"home" for 24 years
can ride that joyous
momentum to boost the
city from its lethargy and
past culture of laissez les
bons temps rouler and
give N'awlins (or New
Oyunz, but never "New
Or-LEENZ") the kick
in the bootie it needs to
move forward and take,
on some responsibility
for itself.


inform others. I write for others'
enjoyment. I write for people. I
write for myself. I write to find
more and more about who I am.
I write to keep myself sane. I
write because I literally have no
choice. In "So You Want to Be a
Writer," Charles Bukowski tells
any aspiring writer that unless
the words just come, there is no
reason to write. Writing is like a
conversation with either yourself
or the rest of the world. If you have
nothing to say, then keep quiet.
I have something to say. I'll
keep saying it until all my words
are gone.
With journalism dying and the
Internet taking over, is my love
of words a blessing, something
that makes me unique? Or, in this
age of technology, is it a curse?
Sometimes the odd person out
wins, but that doesn't change the
fact that she's still the odd person
out.

Kalena Thomhave is an
intern with the Crestview News
Bulletin.


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AS I Cresiview News Bulletin Arts & Entertainment Wednesday, February 10, 2010


SCommunity Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

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 charities. Contact
Jeri Jones at 217-5869 or Gigi
Allen at 682-7879 for information.

Soundsations concert
FEB. 14 Northwest Florida
State College's celebrated
"Soundsations" show choir,
composed of fine and performing
arts scholarship students
from throughout the region,
holds its annual snowbirds
concert at 2 p.m. at the Mattie
Kelly Performing Arts Center.
Advance tickets available
through local snowbird clubs or
at Destin Community Center.
Tickets also available at the door
the night of the event'for $8 each.
Proceeds benefit the show choir,
which performs throughout
the region and periodically
travels to Crestview's sister city,
Noirmoutier, France.

Le Grand Cirque
FEB. 17 A limited number
.of additional seats have been i


added for the previously sold'
out national tour of Le Grand
Cirque at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center. The 75 tickets are
available on a first come, first
serve basis for $45 each from
the Mattie Kelly Arts Center
box office in-person, by phone at
850-729-6000 or online at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org.
Le Grand Cirque is a
breathtaking show that redefines
the boundaries of the circus
through amazing artistry and
world-class performances. The
show features an international
line-up of some of the world's
finest acrobats, jugglers and
gymnasts in an enchanting
and mesmerizing spectacle 6f
entertainment firmly rooted in
the timeless circus traditions
of Russia, China and Eastern
Europe. The high-energy
performances and fun-filled
atmosphere result in a fast-paced,
heart-pounding spectacle that will
astound and keep the audience on
the edge of their seats.

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murder-mystery dinner theater
production will be presented at
Bogey's Bar and Restaurant
in the historic Hotel DeFuriak
in DeFaniak Springs at 6 p.m.
Tickets include dinner" and the
interactive, audience-participation
show. Call 850-951-2233 for show
time and ticket information, or
visit www.act4murder.com.,

Chamber singers concert
FEB. 19 & 20 Okaloosa
Chamber Singers with Dr.


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
SPECIAL GUEST: The Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra's
special guest soloist at its Feb.
19 concert will be tubist Chester
Schmitz, who will accompany
"Tubby the Tuba." He was the
principal tuba player of the
prestigious Boston Symphony
Orchestra for 35 years and was
the original "Tubby." In 1985,
Schmitz gave the premiere
performance of former Boston
Pops Director and renowned
Film Composer John Williams',
"Tuba Concerto."
Marilyn Overturf, director, and
accompanists Michelle Tredway
and Kevin Shular celebrate
its 12th season with featured
guest artist harpist Katie Ott-
Demeester, who with'Dr. David
Ott, organist, will perform a
setting of "Our Father" by
Leos Janacek. James Jordan .
is the fMatured tenor soloist.
'Ott-Demeester will accompany
the chamber singers on several


additional works and perform
two harp solos, as well.
Performances are Friday, Feb.
19, at 7:30 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church in Fort Walton
Beach and Saturday, Feb. 20, 7:30
p.m. at the First Presbyterian
Church in Niceville.
Admission to OCS concerts is
free with a suggested donation
of $15 or $25 for 'two. For further
information, call 682-9651.

NWFSO concert for students
FEB. 19 The Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra, the
region's premiere professional
orchestra, presents their
annual concert for all fifth-
grade students in Okaloosa and
Walton counties. Sponsored in
partnership with the Northwest
Florida Symphony Guild, the
concert is part of the NFSO's
extensive educational outreach
efforts for area.youth; $6 student
and chaperone tickets; limited
seating for others might be
available for $6 each. Call Delores
Merrill, Mattie Kelly Arts Center
house manager, at 729-6065.

Stars of Tomorrow concert
FEB. 19 The Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra will
perform the "Stars of Tomorrow"
family concert at 7:30 p.m. at
the Mattie Kelly Arts Center
on the Niceville campus of
Northwest Florida State College.
The concert features the top
winners of the prestigious 23rd
annual Concerto Competition as
guest artists, as well as special
guest soloist Chester Schmitz
. performing "Tubby the Tuba,"
George Kleinsinger's delightful


work for tuba, narrator and
orchestra. The narrator will be
John Leatherwood, founding
director of the NFSO.
The concert also features
Rossini's "William Tell Overture,"
as well as a selection performed
by the Northwest Florida'
Symphony Youth Orchestra
under the direction of Liz Aylor.
The NFSO will be joined by the
Niceville Singers of Niceville
High School, performing George
Fredric Handel's exciting
"Coronation Anthem," "Let thy
Hand be Strengthened." The
second half of the concert features
the two winners of the NFSO's
regional Concerto Competition.
Tickets are available from the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center box office
for $22.50 each for adults and $16
each for youth age 18 or younger.
Tickets are available in person, by
phone at 850-729-6000, or online
at www.mattiekellyartscenter.
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www.nfsymphony.org. Active duty
military with ID may buy up to
four tickets at the door for $16 per
ticket.
Tickets are also available at
the door starting at 6 p.m. on the
night of the concert. Currently
enrolled NWF State College
students may receive one
complimentary ticket per valid
student ID in person from the
box office only.

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& NOTES

"SCHEDULE
Thursday.
High school girls
basketball
Class 5A region quarter-
finals, Crestview at Pine
Forest, 7 p.m.
High school softball
Crestview at Escambia,
JV 5 p.m./V,7 p.m.
Friday
High school boys
basketball
District 1-1A tournament
at Laurel Hill,.winner
Escambia Charter/Poplar
Springs vs. winner Rocky
Bayou/Laurel Hill,,7:30
p.m.
District 1-2A tournament
at Freeport, Baker vs. win-
ner Ponce de Leon/Jay,
6 p.m.
District 2-5A tournament
at Niceville, Crestview vs.
Fort Walton Beach,
6 p.m.
Saturday
High school boys
basketball
District 11 A tournament
at Laurel Hill, champion-
ship game, teams TBD,
7 p.m.
District 1-2A tournament
at Freeport, championship
game, teams TBD, 7 p.m.
District 2-5A tournament
"at Niceville, champi-
onship game, winner
Crestview/Fort Walton
Beach vs. winner Mosley/
Niceville, 7 p.mr,

BRIEFS
Tate eliminates
Bulldogs
The Crestview boys -
soccer team's historic run
came to an end Friday.
Tate continued its march
through the postseason
with a dominating 5-0
shutout of the Bulldogs in
the Region 1-5A quarter-
finals.
The Bulldogs were play-
ing in their first regional
game.
With Crestview playing
it safe most of the first
half, Tate's David Rice
scored the first goal of the
game, and the Aggies
held a 1-0 at halftime.
Crestview Dixie
Youth/NOYA
It is not too late to sign
up for Dixie Youth baseball
and softball. For details,
call Toni at 758-1414.
Traveling Eagles
The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010 Registration
is open for baseball play-
ers who are league ages
8-14 at www.traveling
eagles.com. The Eagles
are the premier travel
ball program in the area
dedicated to the develop-
ment of youths as more
than just the best baseball
players. The Traveling
Eagles have arranged for
the strongest coaching
lineup in the area consist-
ing of former MLB players,
former college coaches
and high school coaches.
The Eagles won 18 tour-
nament championships in
2009. There is no regis-
tration or tryout fee. Call
Mike Wells at 897-2293
for more information.
Heavy Hitters
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U base-
ball team is looking for
scrimmage games. If inter-
ested, contact Melvin at
850-902-6237 or Greg
at 850-496-9235.
Crestview YMCA t
The Crestview YMCA
needs coaches and refer-
ees 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.


CHS sends 5 wrestlers to regionals


Travis Downey
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NICEVILLE First-year Crestview
wrestling coach Ron Panucci began.
this season hoping to build a stronger
program than the one he had inher-
ited, which, by his own words, was one
that had "steadily gotten better all the
time."
On Friday, at the District 1-2A
Tournament in Niceville, Crestview
- despite not having quite the num-
ber of wrestlers the team had to open
the season turned in an impressive
showing by qualifying five individuals
for the Region 1-2A meet next week in
Tallahassee.
And while Crestview's five regional
qualifiers was bettered locally by only


CRESTVIEW After having its string of
seven consecutive district championships
snapped a year ago, it was back to the winner's
circle for the Fort Walton Beach girls basket-
ball team.
As has been the case throughout the sea-
son, the Vikings proved that defense wins
championships as they beat Crestview 46-28 to
claim the District 2-5A title Saturday.
"It's awesome (regaining the district cham-
pionshipi," Viking coach Holly McDaniel said.
"I was really proud of those girls for what they
did last year to make it to that district cham-
pionship game when we were probably the
underdogs tto Pine Forest but this was really
sweet. 6
"This team made a mark for itself."
While the Vikings 116-7.1 were making a
mark in Fort Walton Beach's storied history,
the Bulldogs h110-15' were writing their names
in Crestview basketball lore as they earned
their first state playoff appearance since 2006.
"I'm very pleased." senior post player Jodi
Montalvo said. "This is as far as we've gone all
of my four years here. So I'm very grateful for
where we are.
"This means everything. We've been the
underdogs since I was in the ninth grade, so
this is all I've been working for all season."
Fort Walton Beach led 11-7 at the end of the
first quarter and steadily built the lead to 24-11
at the half.
The Vikings held Crestview to three field
goals in the first half and no field goals in the
second quarter as all four Bulldog points came
from the free-throw line
Kiani Parker scored seven of her nine
points in the first half to pace the Vikings as
six different Fort Walton Beach players scored
before the break.
The Bulldogs (10-151 had what would be
considered an offensive explosion in the third
quarter, scoring 13 points. As was the case in
Friday's win over Mosley. Niesha Butler was
the go-to player in the low post for Crestview
as she scored six of her game-high 12 points in
the third.
While Butler was doing it on the inside for
the Bulldogs, Shaakira Mitchell was doing it
from the outside for the Vikings, hitting a pair
of 3-pointers that accounted for six of Fort Wal-


Niceville (11) and Fort Walton Beach
(9), Panucci made it clear that his pro-
gram and those within it will continue
to push for more.
"Considering the wrestlers we had
left at this stage of the game, (I'm
pleased)," Panucci said. "Am I pleased
with the season overall? No. We had a
lot of wrestlers with us at the beginning
of the season that didn't hang ... but the,
guys that stuck it out really wrestled
well."
Crestview was paced by three run-
ner-up finishes by Clint Lukert (119-
pound weight class), Justin Mitchel
(171) and Aaron Dean (189). Round-
ing out Crestview's group of regional- -
hbound nrformers were Co lin Smith


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RANDY DICKSON I|CrestviewNevs Bulletin


Crestview's Aaron Dean gets his 100th.career win as he
pins Samuel Hartman of Gulf Breeze.


Butler leads


.... Crestview


to finals

Randy Dickson,
randdJ@cresthiebulletin.corn
CRESTVIEW Niesha Butler scored
28 points and Crestview held offa late
Mosley run as the Bulldogs beat the
Dolphins 58-55 in the semifinals in the
girls District 2-5A basketball tourna-
ment Friday.
The win over Mosley puts Crest-
view in the state playoffs for the first
time since 2004.
But first there is still someunfin-
ished business, in district play. The
Bulldogs play Fort Walton Beach, a 50-
25 winner over Niceville, for the district
title at 7 p.m. tonight at Crestview.
"I've been preaching to them all
week, 'Our (regular) season is over,'"
Campbell said. "This is a new season.
We are in a new season tonight, and we
just want to go forward.'" -
The Bulldogs wasted no time in go-
ing forward as they quickly tooa'leaad
they would never relinquish.
Autumn Rogers scored on a layup
off the opening tip, and Crestview was
off and running.
In The Bulldogs set the tone early
with a scrappy zone defense and an
offensive game plan that focused on
working the ball inside to Butler, Jodi
Montalvo or Danica Applewhite.
Even Holly Stanford, who is usually
more of an outside threat, scored six
of her nine points from the free-throw
line or closer.
Stanford did hit Crestview's only
3-pointer with time running out in the
third quarter.
Crestview suffered what could have
been a devastating blow late in the
first quarter. With just under two min-
utes left in the period, Rogers seemed
to be knocked to the floor by a Dolphin
player.
No foul was called, but the Bulldog
guard's painful cries echoed through
the gym as coaches and trainers at-
tended to her left knee.
-She 1Rogers) is like the cog for our
whole team," Campbell said. "When
she went down, I had to make some
Adjustments and had to run three dif-
ferent guards in there for her."
The backup guards didn't provide
the scoring punch Rogers usually
See FINALS B2


ton Beach's 16 points in the third.
The teams combined for just 10 points in
the fourth quarter as the Vikings went to a
spread offense midway through the period and
ran time off the clock to seal the win.
Mitchell and Marshaya Towner shared
high-point honors for the Vikings with 11 points
each.
As Mitchell and her Viking teammates cel-
ebrated the title, she knew their hard work had
paid off.
"-It feels wonderful to know we worked so


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See BULLDOGS B2 Crestview's Monique Thurman
grabs a rebound Friday against
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from page B1
hard," she said. "This is
like a reward, and it's a
wonderful feeling.
"It (last year's second-
place finish) was'a real mo-
tivation. We wanted to work
that much harder so we
could win it this year."
The Vikings will host
District' 1-5A runner up
Milton at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Crestview will travel to
District 1-5A Pine Forest
for a 7 p.m. game Thurs-
day.
"I told my girls to hold
their heads up; they have
a lot to be proud of," Bull-
dog coach Donald Camp-
bell said. "There are a lot
of teams' that aren't playing
now, and we've still got an-
other game left. .
"When we started this
thing in June, nobody ex-
pected us to be ivhere we
are, but we are going on to
play a playoff game."


Boys District 2-5A tournament starts

Randy Dickson concentrating on the champion- to win," he said. "We are just go- "H
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com ship game. ing to show up and see what hap- things
"We are not worried about pens. defen
Crestview boys basketball Niceville on Saturday," he said. "We have to play really good ball o
coach Keith White knows his Bull- "We are worried about Friday. If defense and get some transition we di
dogs will have their work cut out. we can getin (to the championship baskets. We have to put a lot of hands
for them in the District 2-5A tour- game), then we will start worrying pressure on the ball-- pressure beat u
nament this weekend at Niceville. about them (Niceville)." their guards and try to get some game
Crestview, the No. 3 seed in the White is concerned about Fort turnovers and hopefully let that dence
four-team tournament, opens play Walton Beach and the problems it convert into some points." Ch
against No. 2 seed Fort Walton presents for his team. If the Bulldogs do make it to the .known
Beach at 5:30 p.m. Friday. "They play a lot of pressure championship game, in all likeli- end U
The winner of the game be- defense," he said, "and they've hood, they will face the Eagles. er for
tween the Bulldogs and Vikings got Robert (Willis) inside, who is Niceville presents a different ment.
will play the winner of the game big and who we don't really have set of problems than the Vikings. "C
between No. 1 seed Niceville and an answer for. And they've got an- But if the teams meet for the title, stepp
No. 4 seed Mosley at 7 p.m. Satur- other big guy that really hurt last Crestview will use a similar game strugg
day. game." plan against the Eagles. "H
History, at least this year, might Even with those challenges, "Again;, you have to play good defen
-not favor the Bulldogs against the White believes the Bulldogs are defense on them," White said. mates
Vikings or the Eagles, as each capable of beating the Vikings to "We built a lot of confidence up the scorir
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN team beat Crestview twice/this secure a spot in next week's re- last time we played them with a 3- the er
season. gional quarterfinals. point game going into the fourth helped
erry Siler fires up a shot for The fact that Crestview has "I think we are pretty evenly quarter. We pressured the ball a side, 1
Crestview against Laurel Hill lost twice to Fort Walton Beach matched, and whoever has a good lot and tried to get it out of Kody's a true
ast week. assures White his team won't be game that night is probably going (Williams) hands. 'of tak


Saints' title offers hope for everyone


If I close my eyes, it's not too
hard for my mind to drift back
to a more innocent time when I '
was a boy and the New Orleans,
Saints were just getting started
in the National Football League.
It was the fall of 1967, less
than a year after my family
made the move from Memphis,
Tenn., to Gulf Breeze, and the
Saints were in the inaugural,
season in the NFL. "
In the Dickson household,-
at least for my dad and.me,
watching New Orleans play on '
WKRG out of Mobile would soon
become a tradition.
The first two or three years,
we watched the games on an
old portable GE black-and-
white set. But in my mind, those
games seem as clear as today's
high-def broadcast.
Until recently, I had forgotten
that the first Saints quarterback
was Gary Cuozzo, who started


10 games for the Saints
that first season. I
remembered Billy
Kilmer, who started
four games in '67 and I
was the starter from
1968-1970 before being
traded to Washington, O
but somehow with "NORTH E
the passing of time, ZONE
Cuozzo slipped my Randy Did
mind.
It wasn't as though the Saints
didn't have great players from
time to time. Hall of Famers Jim
Taylor and Doug Atkins finished
their storied careers with the
Saints.
There was even an Okaloosa
County product on that first
team. Choctawhatchee grad
Jackie Burkett started all 14
games at linebacker for the
Saints that year. And, after two
years with the Cowboys, Burkett
ended his career with New


Orleans in 1970.
So many memories
S of days gone by came
flooding back Sunday night
as I watched the Saints
finally win pro football's
most coveted prize, the
uND Vince Lombardi Trophy.
N Former.Daily News i
E editor,Ralph Routon, who
kson spent most of his career
as. a sports editor, would
jokingly scold a writer for saying
a team was "hapless." Routon's
contention is that hapless
means without hope, and every
player or team has hope...
I have to hand it to Ralph
-the Saints winning the Super
Bowrfproves there is no such
thing as a team without hope.
Even through the painful
years of Archie Manning
running for his life and the
Swiss cheese concoction that
some dared to call a defense,


and the days of the "Aints,"
when fans attended games with
paper bags covering their heads,
the Saints were not without
hope, even when things did
seem hopeless.
Sunday's Super Bowl victory
by the Saints was more than a
win for the city of New Orleans
and for the Gulf Coast: It was a
testimony that there is hope for
all of us.
Inside every dream is the
seed of championship waiting to.
burst forth in due time.
I know waiting can be difficult
when seasons come and go and
others are basking in the glow of
success.
But as long as we have a
breath, there is always hope for
next year and the possibility of
the dream come true that has
eluded us for so long.
If you don't believe me, just
ask the people of New Orleans.


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does, but they ran the team
effectively and kept turn-
overs to a minimal;
Even without Rogers in
the game, Crestview led 12-
7 at the end of the first quar-
ter and 24-18 at the half.
Butler, having perhaps
her best game of the sea-
son, seemed to more than
offset the loss of Rogers.
Butler had 11points at the
break and scored nine more
in the first four minutes 'of
the third quarter to push her
total to 20. But with 3:49 left
in the quarter, she was whis-
tled for her fourth foul and
had to go the bench.
Applewhite not only took
Butler's place on the court
but continued to score on
the inside as well with three
quick baskets.
Stanford's 3-pointer at
the end of the third quarter
put Crestview up 42-31..
But the Dolphins weren't
going anywhere.
Octavia Langston scored
10 fourth-quarter points to
lead a Mosley charge that


The Crestview basketball team celebrates after beating
Mosley in the district semifinal Friday in Crestview.


cut the Bulldog lead to 56-
55 with 46 seconds left in
the game.
And as was the case the
entire game, Butler an-
swered with her final score
of the night to seal the win
for the Bulldogs.
Butler was the only Bull-
dog in double 'figures with
her 28 points. In addition
to Stanford's nine points,


Montalvo, Applewhite and
Monique Thurmon each
scored six points.
Campbell praised. But-
ler's play in helping carry
the Bulldogs to the win.
"She has come a long
way," he said. "She got her-
self in shape, and now she's
playing well for us.
"When she's open, we
get it to her."


WRESTLING from page B1


(fourth, 140) and Tan-
ner Vigren (third, 145).
Highlighting the
team's performance
was Dean, collecting
career win No. 100 in
his first match of the
day, becoming one of
the few wrestlers in
program history to
reach the 100-win pla-
teau.
"I'm really excit-
ed," Dean said of the
milestone. "I was like,
'This is it, this is what
I've been looking for-
ward to the last four
years.'
"I think I'm the
fifth or sixth kid on the
team to ever win 100
matches," Dean said.
"They should have my
name in the (record)
books somewhere."
The Region 1-2A
meet is scheduled for
Friday and Saturday
at Chiles in Tallahas-
see.


ABOVE: Cresiview's
Tanner Vigren takes
down Niceville's
Kevin O'Dowd in a
145-pound match.
LEFT: Clint Lukert
prepares to pin
Landon Fields of
Fort Wqlton Beach.
S- Photos by RANDY DICKSON
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Davidson Middle School's Avery Hicks takes the ball
away from a Ruckel defender during the Okaloosa
County Conference Tournament championship.

Davidson boys take

county championship


Special to the News Bulletin
The Davidson Middle
School boys basketball team
finished up their season
Thursday night at home
against a scrappy Ruckel
team for the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Conference Tournament
championship.
The Panthers closed out
their regular season with a
perfect 8-0 in the conference
forthefirsttimeinthe school's
history The Panthers started
the County Tournament on
Monday as the top seed and
opened up against Pryor.
The Panthers had no
problem putting them away
with a 50-25 victory. Tuesday
night, the Panthers would
face No. 5 seed Meigs after
they had upset Bruner the
night before.
The Panthers used their
speed and aggressive de-
fense to pull to a 46-28 victo-
ry over the Wildcats. After a
day of rest for the Panthers,
they faced the No. 2 seed,
Ruckel, for the champion-
ship.
The two teams were
back and forth in the first
half, with Davidson taking
an 8-point halftime lead.
The third quarter looked\
a little shaky for the Pan-
thers when Ruckel fought
back into the game and
tied it up. The Panthers


answered the call, used ag-
gressive defense and uti-
lized their "run and gun"
style to jump ahead.
The Panthers never
looked back. When the final
buzzer sounded, the Pan-
thers had clinched their first
county tournament champi-
onship with a 59-46 victory.
"I am very proud of what
we have achieved this year
with this team,". head coach
James Kerrell said. "Last
year's team was the first to
ever make it to the champi-
onship game, and when we
lost that game, it was tough.
This year we wanted it all,
and we were confident we
could do it. And we did."
The all-coutnty players
fore Davidson were Ronnie
Baylark, Avery Hicks, Kyle
Koontz and Kyle Chumley.
The all-tournament players
for Davidson were Ronnie
Baylark, Avery Hicks, Jerry
Aaron and D.J. Thomas.
,"It was tough deciding on
the all-county and all-tour-
nament players because of
the depth of the squad this
yearr" Kerrell said. "I wish
I could have selected the
whole team, because with-
out the help of other players
like Nick O'Berry, Keenan
Manci, Emmanuel Reed,
Dustin Kervin and on and
on, the team would not have
done as well as it did."


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


Mustangs win girls title

Special to the News Bulletin cord, beat Davidson 37-36 to win the mer, Ashleigh Chatman, Jessica
county tournament Thursday night. Laguerre, Darian Mitchell, Deandra
Shoal River Middle School, which Members of the 2009-2010 bas- McLane, Moesha Ewing, Sarah Le-
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dle city business.
City officials and lead-
ers were quick to praise
Wells for his devotion to
the city. .
"We've worked through
a lot of things, and I hate
to see you, resign," Pub-
lic Works Director Wayne:
Steele said.
"You ask a lot, of ques-
tions that help us out,"
Councilman Charles
Baugh Jr. said. "You've
been a brother to me,"
Wells said his decision
was a difficult one, but he
made it "to be fair to the
folks in the city."
Wells was first elected
to the council in 2003 and
has been re-elected twice.
He has served as council
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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview City Council member Chip Wells
unexpectedly resigned Monday night. His resignation
takes effect.Feb. 28.


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CITY. OF CRESTVIEW
CITY COUNCIL
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
REZONING AND
PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at the Regular
Council meetings scheduled for February (dates and times
shown below) in the Council Chamber at City, Hall, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City
of Crestview proposes to consider final plans for a planned
'unit development being described as:
PUD #10-01 SANDY LAKES COTTAGES 6.47 ACRES
OF REAL PROPERTY, MORE OR LESS, LOCATED IN
SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,
ADJACENT TO THE SANDY RIDGE SUBDIVISION.
THE PARCEL SHALL BE PLATTED AS "SANDY RIDGE
COTTAGES" AND ARE IDENTIFIED IN THE OKALOOSA
COUNTY'S PROPERTY APPRAISER'S OFFICE AS PART
OF PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS 06-2N-23-0000-
0001-0010. THE PUD IS DEPICTED BY MAP AS SHOWN
IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
And Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code
and Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the'Crestview City
Council proposes to adopt the following ordinance set forth'
by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1436
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
PROVIDING FOR REZONING 6.47 ACRES OF REAL
PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM SINGLE OR MULTI-
FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT ZONING (R-2) TO
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ZONING DISTRICT TO
BE KNOWN AS PUD 10-01 SANDY RIDGE COTTAGES;
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE
OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The first public hearing in conjunction with the first reading
of the ordinance will be held on Monday, February 8, 2010 at
6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers,'at. City Hall, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida. "
The second public hearing in conjunction with the second.
reading and adoption of the ordinance will be held on
February 22, 2010 at 6:00 p(.m., in the Council Chambers, at
City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida.
The ordinance and the proposed development plans are
available for public inspection during normal business hours
at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198
North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to.
5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. All citizens and interested
parties are encouraged to attend the City Council meeting
and to provide written and/or verbal comments on the matters
under consideration.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided, for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
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Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
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HAPPENING
From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
LADIES' AUXILIARY
BINGO: The Ladies'
Auxiliary to the Crestview
Council of the Knights of
Columbus is hosting its
quarterly free senior bingo
event on Thursday, Feb. 18,
at the group's hall on U.S.!
Highway 90. Doors open at
9 a.m., and games start at
10 a.m. Lunch will be pro-
vided. For details, call Suzi
at 689-2487.
SUPPORT THE
FREEDOM LOUNGE:
The United Services Orga-
nization will open Freedom
Lounge in the Northwest
Florida Regional Airport
this spring to provide mod-
ern facilities, programs
and services to accpm-
modate military growth in
Okaloosa County.
Leadership Okaloosa
Class of 2009-2010 has *
volunteered to acquire
donations for the lounge.
Donations of furniture,
decor items and financial
support are needed. It is
expected that more than
1,00p military members
and theirfamilies will use
,the lounge each month.
SContact Caroline Mc-
Coy at 850-362-6467 or
caroline@florida-edc.org
to donate or for details.
CCB KAPS FOR
KIDS: CCB Community
Bank in Crestview will
host a Kaps For Kids infor-
mational luncheon for the
Ronald McDonald House
at 11:30 a.m. Feb. 18. +
Other companies are in-
vited to participate. Attend
the CCB's complimentary
lunch to learn more about,
how you can support the
Ronald McDonald House,
register for Kaps for Kids
and see this year's shirts
designed by local students.
If you participated in 2009,
bring a new business to
register and you will re-
ceive a free sample shirt to
show your employees.
To RSVP for the lunch,
contact Kim Henderson at
678-7243 or owb@rmhpen
sacola.org no later than
Feb. 12. Seats are limited.
VALENTINE'S DIN-
NER: New Bethel United
Methodist Church at 5986
State Road 85 N. will host
a Valentine's Italian dinner
at 6 p.m. Feb. 13.
Dinner is free and will
be served until 6:45 p.m.
There is a choice of lasa-
gna, spaghetti or Alfredo
noodles, with green salad,
*Texas toast and dessert.
The meal will be fol-
lowed by entertainment
at 7 p.m., featuring Jerry
Clower impersonator Ed
Cotten and gospel group
the Keith Rowell Fam-
ily. A freewill offering for
the singing group will be
taken.
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You can still search
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well as text-to-speech
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See also the FAQs at
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the search box, type "Af-
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information. (This section
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Address: 1445
Commerce Drive
(behind the post
office).
Web: www.
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org/library.htm.
Phone: 682-
4432.

LIBRARY CLOSED
The library will be
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Wednesday. February 10. 2010


Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


- 'V E R I-N G M 1.


ILTON TOfAPALACHICOLA
S ,


Legal # 100963

IN THE CIRCUfT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO. 08-CA-7140-C


WILFORD C. REID, RE-
BECCA A.
REID, REDENA _SUE
REID,
CYNTHIA RAMONA
PHILLIPS, AND
REGINA KAY
MCLANEY
Plaintiffs,

v. .
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
T.R. MCCORMIC, .
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO UNKNOWN HEIRS
OF T.R. MCCORMIC:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an-action to Quiet
Title to the following
property in Okaloosa
County, Florida:

COMMENCE AT : THE
NW CORNER OF THE,
NE 1/ OF SECTION 4,'
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 25 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE
RUN EAST ALONG
SAID SECTION LINE A
DISTANCE' OF 526.16
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE
EAST ALONG SEC-
TION LINE A DfS-
TANCE OF 254.88
FEET, MORE OR
LESS, TO A POINT
WHICH IS 74 FEET
WEST .OF THE
NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF THAT CER-
TAIN" PARCEL' AS
DEEDED TO FIRST
.BAPTIST CHURCH OF
HOLT, INC. AS RE-
CORDED IN O.R.
BOOK 1896, PAGE
1761, RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SAID POINT
ALSO BEING THE
NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF. THE CORBIN
CEMETERY; THENCE
RUN SOUTH ALONG
THE- WEST LINE OF
SAID CORBIN CEME-
TERY PARCEL .-A DIS-
TANCE OF 208.89
FEET; THENCE RUN
WEST AND. PARALLEL
TO THE NORTH SEC-
TION LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF C 254.88
FEET; THENCE RIN
NORTH A DISTANCE
OF 208.71 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO
THE NORTH LINE OF
THE AFORESAID SEC-
TION 4; THENCE RUN
EAST ALONG SEC-
TION LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 154.88
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.

PARCEL ID NO.
04-2N-25-0000-0013-0000
A N I D
04-2N-25-0000-0012-0000

has been filed against
you and you 'are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses,'if any,' on Jona-
than T. Holloway, the
plaintiffs' attorney,
whose address is Hol-
loway Law Firm, P.A.,
369 N. Main Street,
Crestview, Florida
32536, on or before
March 12, 2010 and file
the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on the
plaintiffs' attorney or
immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint or pe-
tition. l

DATED on February 8 ,
2010.

DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Circuit Court

By:Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

02/10/10
02/17/10


Legal # 100964 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOP
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO. 09-CA-6157-C


WILLIAM E. STAI
JR. and
MARTHA J. STANT,
Plaintiffs,

v.

RODNEY
CAPERTON and
CITIFINANCIAL,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO RODNEY
CAPERTON:

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that an action to fore- above location and be 2 and 3 bedrooms Crestvlew, Hudson Delray Beach, FL New
close a mortgage on fully informed of the $450 to $650 month No Mobile Home Park has Luxury Townhomes.
the following property discussions taking Pets. Please Call units for rent. 2br, 1ba, Only 6 Remainl 3 or 4
in Okaloosa County place either in person (850)682-1972 $395.& up. 585-8192 bedrooms, 2 car gar-
Rorida: or by telephone com- 4 b 1 ba agel Was $475,000;
munication 4 c dbr, y ba, large un- NOW $284,900 plus in-
P C .....,..r--..-..-fenced yard. No dogs,. NOW $284,900 plus in-
PARCEL # 3 EVER- 3100 Antiques 4100 Help Wanted 5100 Business in house. Must have a / centives (561)
GREEN UNRE- Pursuant to provisions 3110- Appliances '4130 Employment Opportunities good rental record 922-7424 DeFalco RE
CORDED: of the Americans with 3120- Arts & Crafts Information 5110 Money to Lend good' house keeper www.defalco.com
Disabilities Act, any 3130 Auctions od .ue .eeer
COMMENCING AT person' requiring spe- 3140 Baby Items "311 N. Lincoln'St. Foreclosed Home
THE SOUTHWEST accomodations3150-Buldng Supplies aroffs on front door Auctin 450+ Homes,
CRE SECTION cia 3160- Business w4h1O all requements Feb 27 Open House:
CORNER OF SECTION to participate in this Equipment 55100w0 + $00 'depmcall Feb 2 2 2
25, TOWNSHIP 3 meeting is asked to ad- 3170- Collectibles Certified ALL Cash Vendingl Do 865-5568 February 13, 20, 21
NORTH, RANGE 25 vise the District Office 3180 Computers Life ard in S View Full Listings
WEST, OKALOOSA at (813)933-5571, at 3190-Electronics Lifeguard you earn $800 in a Crestview- 2bd lba 7100-Homes www.Auction.com
COUNTY FLORIDA, least 48 hours before 3200Firewood Needed $9.00 per hr, 'day? 25 Local Ma- washer, dryer, stove, 7105, opanMHous
PROCEED SOUTH 87 the meeting. If you are 3210- Free Pass It On 20 hrs per week. @ chines and. Candy fridg. furnished $600. 7110-BeachHome, Inverness Home ,125K,
DGROEEDSOUTH 59' 3 heareeting yor areh im-3220 Furniture KrulRec. area, Munson $9,995. (888)629-9968 mo. call850-305-8515 Property 6 Exceptional Different
EAST, 459.51 FEET paired, pleasecontact 3240 -sCall 957-140 ext 101 2000033 CALL US: 7120- Commercial Lots 2 with Trailers
ALONG THE SOUTH the Florida Relay Serv- 3250 Good Things to Eat we will not be under- a r 7130 Codo/ownhous 39+59K. New Tractor
LINE OF SAID SEC- ice at 1(800) 955-8770, 3260 Health & Fitness sold! 7140 Farms & Ranches + Ass., Trks, Trailers,
LIN OF AID SE3270 Jewelry/Clothing .Wa 7150 Lots and Acreage Chainsaws
TION TO A POINT ON who can aid you in 3280- Machinery Cretv0 Mobew/MIIIIgan&le Homes/LotsMak oreMore, Info
THE EASTERLY RIGHT contacting the District Equipment Food Srvc/Hostelit R e i 7170-Wteront Maker,. More-More, Info
OF WAY LINE GALLI- Office. 3290- Medical Equipment Food Srvc/Hosptay \ Baker- 1, 2, 3 & 4 BR 7180- Investment (352)637-1242.
VER CUT-OFF (66 3300 Miscellaneous homes for Rent. Call Property(352)637-
FOOT RIGHT OF A person ho decides 3310- MusIcal Instruments All Positions 82-4070, 830-2061, 7190 OUt-of-Town Land or Developments



RIGHT OF WAY TO the meeting is advised anytime. EOE(RA 6AR BR Equal Housinh I 7ms0 Imcal (800d4lo1981
THENCE NORTHENCE to appeal amay decision 3320- Plants & Shrubs for Tim Cracker Barrel of 130Condo82-1972.wnhuse AnRealstate Wanted. We buy or
NORTH 20 DEGREES mede by the Board 3330 -.Restaurant/Hotel x Janet Johnson lots. Mountain or We-
54' 06' EAST, 255.71 with respect to any 3340- SportingoGoods Nights & weekends a tots Countiesrin


FEET ALONG SAID matter considaeredatim Mantels Cuckooets (Bu Any Driver, must. 682-8804 trans- 140 Hous Rentals W ready to move in da 2/20 nl New
RIGHT OF WAY TO, the meeting is advised Clocks 211 anytime. Eto & from the oo a 118ampton 3brba NC, SC, GA and FL.
THE BEGINNING OFA that this sameperson Gal l 689-1007 airport. Fair compensa- ness ot Opportunityba;$535 laundry room, package on 0 acres
FEET (CHORD 289.93 th protestimony and evi- ton, No chaDriverges to Apar ou-Townents 682410 Church St. BuyOwner Newar FLog Cabin*order Ex-
3684.40 FEET, that accordingly, the Antiques ClockRe than driver for runs on 6120 Bech Rentals 20+brba,$550 2 stone fre places, cell cresnt financin Call
THENCE NORTHEAST- person may need to pair: Grandfathers, Full Time opening for6 8130- Condo/Townhouse Andalusia Alabama Sale
ERLY ALONG RSAID ensure that a verbatim Mantels, fineCuckoo, Any Driver, includes 240-0 trans662 6200 acatiHousn Rentals' Crestview ready to move in $129,900 SaleSat4409
CURVE AN ARC DIS- record of the proceed- Type of Clockspea 211 N. o rating to & froWebid the 610-Rommate Wanted in living are, 2a, day, 2/201513*Log nlyNew
OFANCURVE THENCE Pete W289.91 ing s is made, include gin. Plus more Fai n 10- Roomsor Rnt 118Hampton, 1,800 at log cabin
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RIGHT OF WAY PRO- longing to the parties SPRAYFOAMI Come to Great FT Benefitsl Only 6 units left 0602 Henderson St, appointment 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
CEED SOUTH 87 DE named below and the industry conference Drug-Free workplace Rate includes ALL 2 br, 1ba, $595 504-269-7284 8130-Trucks
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THENCE NORTH 1000 am. February 3220 CrestviewFL 32536ne Individual wants to. 8230 Sailboats
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PARCEL ID NO.
25-3N-25-0000-0003-003A

has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of. your written de-
'fenses, if any, on Jona-
than T Holloway, the
plaintiffs' attorney,
whose address is Hol-
loway Law Firm, PA.,
369 N. Main Street,
Crestview, Florida
32536, on or before
March 15, 2010 and file
the original with the
clerk of this 'court either
before service on the
plaintiffs' attorney or
immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint or peti-
tion.

DATED on February
8,2010.

DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Circuit Court

By:Kitty Sims ,-
.Deputy Clerk

02/10/10
02/17/10
02/24/10
03/03/10


LEGAL#120452

Notice of -Public Meet-
Ing Heritage Planta-
tion Community De-
velopment District,

The special meeting of
the Board of Supervi-
sors of Heritage Planta-
tion Community Devel-
opment District will be
held on February 17,
2010 at 10:00 a.m.
(CST) 'at the office of
Carr,. Riggs & Ingram,
LLC, located at .4460
Legendary Drive, Suite
100, Destin, FL 32541.
The meeting may be
continued in progress
without additional no-
tice to a date, time, and
place to be specified
on the record. The pur-
pose of the meeting is
to consider organiza-
tional matters related to
the District; to consider
certain operating poli-
cies for the conduct of
District business; to
consider services and
facilities to be provided
by the District and the
financing plan for
same, and -any other
business which may
properly come before
it.

The meeting is open to
the public and will be
conducted in accord-
ance with the provi-
sions of Florida Law for
Community Develop-
ment Districts. There
may be occasions
when one or more Su-
pervisors will partici-
pate by telephone. At
the above location
there will be present a
speaker telephone so
that any person can at-
tend the meeting at *he


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household decor & lots
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abilities. FT w/ benefits
great work- environ-
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TDD/TTY 711. Equal
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I $1150mo
I All utilities included.
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4702 Whitewater "
4 br, 2 ba, $950
*1231 Northview
4 br,2ba,o$1100
04777 Shoal Lake Cr.
4 br, 2 ba, Pool; $1200
0600 Territory Lane
4 br, 3 ba, $1400
Teel & Waters
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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,
$1,000, Commercial
All properties require
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non-refundable.
CALL DEBRA FROST
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room. $575. mo &
$550. dd. Call
537-4380



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3BR/2BA, CH&A.
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sonville. Tremendous
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Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
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licn. & ins. Specializing
in remodeling. Free est.
10% disc. on labor. call
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LLC
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specialist. Drywall re-
pair painting interior-
exterior, weather proof-
ing, deck & fence. Cer-
tified Home Inspector
30 yrs. exp. Call
758-5712


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Runs good $800.00
865-2076




Honda 1800 VTX 2005.
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miles. Asking $8500
call 803-4001




Custom Gheenoe
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Box Humming Bird
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Factory Built Screened,
Porch on Front. Built
on Same Frame. Fur-
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(386)752-2279 or
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inc.
Licensed and In-
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Call Terry 902-3928





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Interior & Exterior Pres-
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