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www.crestviewbulletin.com 50 Cents TABLE OF CONTENTS A Halifax Media paper read by 10,450 people every week FACEBOOK Find us at www. facebook.com/ crestviewbulletin TWITTER Follow us at twitter.com/ cnbulletin INSTAGRAM Follow us at crestview bulletin By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com LAUREL HILL Florida of cials no longer consider the city in state of nancial emergency, Councilman Larry Hendren said. City leaders have received a letter from Gov. Rick Scotts of ce stating that the city is nancially operating effectively in accordance with Florida Statute. Since 2004, the governors ofce had considered the city under nancial duress, based on results from previous annual audits, Mayor Robby Adams said. The city is making monthly $700 principal and $2,200.50 interest payments to the First National Bank of Crestview. Its encouraging that the citys efforts have been noticed, city leaders said. Anytime you can get a negative mark removed from your city that is good thing, Hendren said Thursday. In other business, city leaders have unanimously approved an ordinance to allow the Gulf Power Company franchise rights to operate within city limits. The ordinance would allow Gulf Power to operate in the city for the next 30 years. States passing mark a good thing ROBBY ADAMS Laurel Hill Mayor LARRY HENDREN Laurel Hill City Council City out of nancial emergency for the rst time in 10 years 39th Year, Number 37 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com LAUREL HILL Laurel Hill Spring Arts and Heritage Festival organizers may have found the secret to a successful event: increase the variety of exhibitors and time it right after a record storm. I just wanted to get out of the house and do something fun, and a small-town festival t the ticket, Pensacola resident Ellen Guilfoyle said. Saturdays annual festival also attracted people from Alabama, Fort Walton Beach and Niceville. Food sales from cosponsors Laurel Hill and Crestview Presbyterian churches raised almost $650 toward school supplies and Christmas food baskets. In addition, Crestview Boy Scout Troop 773 raised money by baking and selling Scout Cobbler, and Laurel Hill Schools drink sales bene ted fth-graders New Orleans eld trip. For Crestview resident Margot Vickery, a native Scot, some of the music brought back memories of her younger days in Edinburgh. Every time I hear Amazing Grace played, I think I am back on the battlements, she said following the Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums performance. The music, in addition to pipes and drums, ranged from acoustic guitar and vocals to jazz and gospel. Children delighted in carrying, petting and chasing a 2-week-old white goat named Bert from the Allie Lee Campbell farm. The north countys farming culture was also represented by two 5-monthold Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs from Grundel Hill Top Farm in Baker. Exhibitors, some of whom joined the roster as late as the day before the event, included community organizations, artists, craftsmen, heritage re-enactors, bakers, candy makers and vintage car owners. By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW Niceville United Methodist Church leaders want to bring a second campus to Crestview. Adding a North Ferdon Boulevard location would allow the church to boost outreach efforts and better accommodate church members living in North Okaloosa, they said. Niceville UMC has an agreement with NBI Properties, which manages Northview Plaza, to facilitate in building a church on the plazas south end, Executive Pastor Greg McKinnon said. Among the 16,500square-footage, the church would occupy the former units of Movies & More, Terris Sports and Angels Doggie Spa. The church will have additional space to the left of Pizza Hut, which is staying. The church has not signed a lease agreement with NBI as of this writing, McKinnon said. An NBI representative said other plaza tenants chose not to renew their lease agreements or already planned to relocate. A ve-year lease with renewable options would go UMC leaders eye second Crestview location SMALL-TOWN FESTIVAL: Cure for post-flood blues Baker Block Museum Director Ann Spann chats with Laurel Hill Arts and Heritage Festival attendees on Saturday as they examine artifacts on display. BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin INSIDE: See Page B4 for more Laurel Hill Arts and Heritage Festival photos Laurel Hill event attracts north county visitors, raises $650 SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN A portion of the Northview Plaza will house a campus of Niceville United Methodist Church. GREG M c KINNON See UMC A4 Memorial, appreciation event tomorrow By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW Residents can express just how much they appreciate those who protect and serve during the Crestview Police Departments second annual Law Enforcement Memorial and Appreciation ceremony. Tomorrows event, set for 5:30 p.m. at Warriors Hall, is part of National Police Week, May 11-17, and National Peace Of cers Memorial Day on May 15. The ceremony honors current of cers and those who have died in the line of duty, Police Chaplain Mark Broadhead, pastor of the Laurel Hill and Crestview Presbyterian churches, said. We want to remind the public that the police of cers are human and they continue to put themselves in harms way for our Citizen of the Year nominations accepted From staff reports CRESTVIEW Nominations for the Mae Reatha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year Award are being accepted through June 13. The award, named for its rst recipient, a prominent community activist, will be presented for the third year this summer. Last years recipient was former Mayor George Whitehurst. Residents may nominate individuals who have had a positive impact on the Crestview community, enhancing residents quality of life through involvement in local education, the environment, volunteer services, health, athletics and social programs. To nominate someone, complete the form available at www.crestviewbulletin.com/news or from the City Clerks of ce at City Hall and submit it by June 13. Forms may be submitted in person or by email to cityclerk@cityofcrestview.org. See MEMORIAL A4 Community . . . . A2 Health . . . . . A3 Education . . . . B3 Lifestyle . . . . A5-6 Sports . . . . . B1 Classi eds . . . . B5 4-H members celebrate horse show medals LIFESTYLE, A5 Urgent need for blood following explosion HEALTH, A3 COMMUNITY, A2 Master Storyteller coming to library this month SPORTS, B1 Catching up with Baker School football player Austin Martin MAY 7-9, 2014

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COMMUNITY www.crestviewbulletin.com Page A2 Ive heard that story is the language of the heart. As a lover of a good story, that resonated with me. Isnt it true? All over the world there are masters at crafting the written or spoken word. Some are told in person to an eager audience of family and friends. Some are told from a television or movie screen to an eager audience of thousands. You may experience the pleasure of a good story in a book or movie on a regular basis, but on Tuesday, May 27, you can spice things up by listening to a master storyteller in person. Phillip Sekou Glass will begin weaving his stories at 6:30 p.m. and will wrap them up around 7:15 p.m. at the Crestview Public Library. This free event is an excellent chance to introduce your children even as young as age 4 to the art of storytelling. Of course, adults are also welcome. Registration is not required. This program is made possible by the generosity of our Friends and an anonymous donor. Wed like to thank Cub Scout Pack 799, Webelo Den 11 and Wolf Den 4 and our Friends for providing light refreshments! If youd also like to nancially support quality family programming for our area or have any questions, please call 682-4432. Regardless of whether you can give nancially at this time, know that your attendance communicates to the state of Florida and other supporters how much you value this kind of programming. VITA program nets more than $152,000 in tax refunds United Way of Okaloosa & Walton Counties, the University of Florida Extension Of ce and Goodwill Easter Seals Volunteers Income Tax Assistance program processed 105 tax refunds, according to organizers. As a result, an estimated $152,714 will stay in Northwest Floridas communities, and the effort saved more than $14,000 in tax preparation fees. In addition, clients ling received nancial education materials from Okaloosa Saves to provide tools needed for nancial stability, a spokesperson said. Our appreciation goes to community partners, First Presbyterian Church of Crestview, Goodwill Easter Seals Fast Signs, IDTV, Community Bank in Crestview, the Costa Leadership Institute, CRI and Cox. McKay-Hayes family reunion set May 9-11 in Crestview The 64th annual Rosa Gilbert McKay-Hayes family reunion is May 9-11 in Crestview. The event begins with a 4:30 p.m. meet-and-greet May 9 at Ryans, 3000 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. A reunion with music and poetry will follow at the Carver-Hill School Center, 461 School Ave., Crestview. May 10 activities include an 8 a.m. fun walk and run at Clyde Hayes Crestview home and a 5 p.m. sh fry. May 11 activities include 9:30 a.m. Sunday school and 11 a.m. worship services at New Life Missionary Baptist Church, 285 Duggan Ave., Crestview. Contact Sanford Hayes, 621-4186, for more details. BRIEFS CHECK IT OUT ANNOUNCEMENTS OPEN MIC FOR POETS AND MUSICIANS : 6 p.m. May 13, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview. Details: Esther Hurwitz, 6824432 or ehurwitz@okaloosa.lib. .us. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING: 10:30 a.m. May 15, library. Guest speaker: Muncelle Mitchell, Chesser & Barr family law attorney. Topic: Divorce Basics and Grandparents Rights to Visitation. Coffee and cookies served at 10:15 a.m. BEGINNING COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING FOR SENIORS: Call 682-4432 to schedule one-hour appointments at the library. Library card required. I Love You, Good Night by Jon Buller As a child prepares for bed, this sweet book evokes all the ways parents can say, I love you. Some ways are silly, some are heartfelt, but all describe unconditional affection. This enduring bedtime favorite is a perfect way to say good night. Heather Nitzel HEATHER NITZEL Check It Out Master storyteller coming to Crestview library May 27 STAFF PICK FROM STAFF REPORTS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Taylor Thompson, 11, piles on three types of honey during the Crestview Public Librarys April 29 beekeeping program. Taylor is the son of Neal and Kim Kolb of Crestview. HONEY FROM THE BEES PHILLIP SEKOU GLASS Storyteller May 7-9, 2014

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Come out and see all that is new at Crestview Rehab Center HEALTH Page A3 Special to the News Bulletin A gas explosion at a Pensacola jail resulting in hundreds of injuries has spurred the need for more blood donors, health of cials said. OneBlood staffers ask that all donors living in areas unaffected by hazardous weather donate as soon as possible to help ensure the local supply remains strong. While all blood types are needed, people with Rh negative type blood and platelets donors are in the highest demand. Blood donated today will likely be transfused within two to three days, OneBlood staffers said. Generally healthy people age 16 or older who weigh at least 110 pounds can donate blood. Learn more about donation at www. oneblood.org. FROM STAFF REPORTS Poor water ratings due to recent ooding, health department states Due to recent rainfall and ooding in our area, the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County has issued poor advisory ratings for all sites in the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program. The advisories, issued out of caution, will remain until further notice. These areas present potential health risks to the bathing public: Lincoln Park, Valparaiso; Poquito Park, Shalimar; Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park, Niceville; Liza Jackson and Garniers Parks, Fort Walton Beach; Gulf Islands National Seashore, East Pass, Emerald Promenade, Marler Park and Wayside Park, all on Okaloosa Island; Clement E. Taylor Park, Henderson Beach, and James Lee Park, all in Destin. Call 689-7859 or 833-9247 for more information. Cosmetic session for women with cancer set May 12 Look Good Feel Betters next session is 1-3 p.m. May 12 at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, Classroom B, third oor, 1000 Mar Walt Drive, Fort Walton Beach. Advance registration is required to provide cosmetics that match your skin tone. This group program is open to all women with cancer who receive chemotherapy, radiation or other treatments. Call the American Cancer Society, 1-800227-2345, for details. The American Nurse Healing America screening set May 19 Northwest Florida State College will participate in the nationwide screening of The American Nurse: Healing America, a documentary by photojournalist and lmmaker Carolyn Jones. The lm starts at 7:30 p.m. May 19 at the Mattie Kelly Arts Centers main stage theater on the Niceville campus. Admission is $8 general public, $5 for those in the nursing profession (RN, LPN or CNA license) and free to NWF State College students with ID. Ticket sales will help defray the lms cost and support NWF State College Nursing programs. Contact the Box Of ce, 729-6000, or purchase at www. MattieKellyArtsCenter.org. Box Of ce hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 6-7:30 p.m. the night of the lm presentation. Free training on domestic violence, mental health set Shelter House and the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence will offer free training later this month. The session, titled, Exploring the Intersection of Family Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, will take place 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. May 20 at Embassy Suites in Destin. Cathy Cave from the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, and Olga Trujillo, an attorney, author and national trainer and speaker, will speak for advocates, case workers, law enforcement personnel and therapists. Participants will examine a lived experience of violence, trauma and mental health concerns that may arise. Attendees will learn about traumas impact on the brain and how they can respond to survivors in more effective ways. Pre-registration is required at www.fcadv.org, click on Training, or call Shelter House, 243-1201. WIC program transitions from paper to card system The Women, Infants and Children program has transitioned to an electronic bene ts transfer, or EBT, system, according to the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County. WIC now uses an electronic card, much like a credit or debit card, rather than paper checks. EBT gives greater exibility in redeeming bene ts, faster checkout times and increased bene t security, according to a WIC spokesperson. WIC, with Crestview and Fort Walton Beach of ces, provides healthy food, breastfeeding support, nutrition education and counseling to families that meet program guidelines. Call the Crestview WIC of ce, 689-7808; or the Fort Walton Beach of ce, 833-9254, for details. 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OPINION www.crestviewbulletin.com May 7-9,2014 Page A4 ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS BULLETIN NEWS INFORMATION If you have a concern or comment about the Crestview News Bulletins coverage, please call 682-6524. PUBLISHER Skip Foster sfoster@crestviewbulletin.com EDITOR Thomas Boni tboni@crestviewbulletin.com OFFICE STAFF Dawn Barnes .................. receptionist dawnb@crestviewbulletin.com Cristina Splawn .. circulation assistant cristinas@crestviewbulletin.com ADVERTISING INFORMATION Melissa Tedder ............ ad consultant melissa@crestviewbulletin.com Sherrie Stanley ..... media consultant sherries@crestviewbulletin.com David Dimon media sales consultant davidd@crestviewbulletin.com EDITORIAL Brian Hughes ....................... reporter Arts & entertainment editor brianh@crestviewbulletin.com Matthew Brown ................... reporter matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com Randy Dickson ............. sports editor randyd@crestviewbulletin.com Renee Bell ............. editorial assistant news@crestviewbulletin.com LEGAL ADVERTISING legals@crestviewbulletin.com MAIN OFFICE FAX NUMBER 850-682-2246 The Crestview News Bulletin is published each Wednesday and Saturday by Halifax Media Group, at 705 Ashley Drive, Crestview FL 32536. Periodical postage paid at Crestview, Florida. POSTMASTER: Please send address change to 705 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536. All material herein is property of the Crestview News Bulletin. USPS Number 010-209 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 705 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536 To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524. IN COUNTY 13 weeks .................................... $9.45 26 weeks ................................... $17.85 52 weeks .................................. $32.76 OUT OF COUNTY 13 weeks ................................... $14.70 26 weeks .................................. $23.10 52 weeks .................................. $38.01 Ask your advertising representative about our Color by the Inch Program and Customer Appreciation Sale 850-682-6524 Home delivery subscriptions may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR safety, he said. Broadhead and Police Chief Tony Taylor will be keynote speakers for the 45-minute ceremony. I would like for the attendees quality of life to be enriched through the realization that dedicated law enforcement of cers are always on post and ready to protect (citizens) with their very lives, Taylor said in an email. Following the ceremony, attendees can tour the department building that adjoins the auditorium to see front-entrance renovations and the departments records space. Special to the News Bulletin The 2014 Farm Bill has opened registration for the following programs: Livestock Forage Disaster Program: for eligible livestock producers who experienced qualifying grazing losses for covered livestock on native land, improved pastureland or land planted for grazing. Livestock of beef, dairy, buffalo/beefalo, sheep, goats, deer, equine, swine, elk, poultry, alpacas, emus and llamas are covered. Okaloosa county has quali ed for grazing loss due to recent drought. Livestock Indemnity Payments Program: for deaths exceeding normal mortality due to adverse weather and attacks by animals reintroduced into the wild by the federal government or protected by federal law. Such losses are retroactive to Oct. 1, 2011. Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm Raised Fish Program: provides assistance for livestock grazing, feed and death losses; honeybee feed, colony and hive losses; and sh feed and death losses due to disease, adverse weather or other conditions such as wild res. Tree Assistance Program: helps eligible orchardists and nursery tree growers to replant or rehabilitate trees, bushes and vines lost due to a natural disaster that occurred after Oct. 1, 2011. The individual stand must have sustained a loss or damage exceeding 18 percent. Trees grown for pulp or timber are ineligible. Okaloosa producers must meet nancial and other requirements to apply for Farm Service assistance. Leases are required for program participation. Call the Farm Service Agencys Okaloosa County of ce, 934 N Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, at 682-2416, for more information. Northwest Florida State College students Karen and Richard Strong are passionate about education. The Holt area couple are working toward their Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, according to an NWF State spokesperson. Despite having earned a number of certi cates and degrees, Richards going for one last degree this time, public safety and his wife, who already had an associate degree, will receive her B.A.S. in human resources. Continuing their education wasnt a hard sell, they said. Its so true, Richard told the college spokesperson, that he has a message to young people: basically, stay in school, work hard and go to college. (Read more about the Strongs on Page B3 .) It makes sense. United States citizens earning less than a high school diploma potentially earn less than those with additional education and certi cations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics latest data. Check out these median weekly earnings, according to the BLS: Less than a high school diploma, $472 High school diploma, $651 Some college, no degree, $727 Associate degree, $777 Bachelors degree, $1,108 Masters degree, $1,329 Professional degree, $1,714 Doctoral degree, $1,623 Not only that, the unemployment gap narrows as education heightens. Unemployment rate by education is as follows, according to the BLS: Less than a high school diploma, 11 percent High school diploma, 7.5 percent Some college, no degree, 7 percent Associate degree, 5.4 percent Bachelors degree, 4 percent Masters degree, 3.4 percent Professional degree, 2.3 percent Doctoral degree, 2.2 percent Granted, your pre-tax income may not look like this despite all your degrees. And if youre a millenial, it might be more dif cult to get a job due to several factors. Time Magazine cites a survey by the Workforce Solutions Group at St. Louis Community College; according to results, 60 percent of employers said applicants just lack basic job skills. So they might have the education, but they cant communicate effectively, dress or act professionally. In a past job, I dealt with that a lot: Thinking that being asked to perform a task was an option. Reporting to work in ipops or glassy-eyed. Bemoaning bills, birth control and other personal issues that have no place of discussion in a workplace. Not completing tasks or at out telling a supervisor, Im not doing this, but Im doing this... (Cant stress enough how this was another job in another state.) Ive read stories in trade magazines about millenials bringing their parents to a job interview. Its what happens when you win a trophy for being a part of the team or get a gold star just for being special i.e., without having earned it. (OK, that last parts just my soapbox.) Just some thoughts to ponder. In other words, back to the daily grind and usual problems, which might be a refreshing change after the unusual destruction we witnessed during last weeks record ooding. Well be following up on that, by the way. But as of this writing, theres no new information on expected costs to repair damaged roads. Whats your view? Write a letter to the editor or tweet News Bulletin Editor Thomas Boni @cnbeditor. FROM THE EDITORS DESK Taking education seriously, behaving professionally can pay THOMAS BONI Editor-in-Chief Relay For Life luminaria sales support Sharing And Caring Because of the generosity of everyone who participated in the 2014 Relay For Life luminaria ceremony, we were able to donate 671 canned goods to Sharing And Caring of Crestview. The donations will go a long way to help meet the needs of people in our community who cannot make it entirely on their own. Thanks to Thomas Boni and the Crestview News Bulletin for helping get the word out. Rose Campau 2014 Luminaria chair Tricycle theft particularly affects 11-year-old Dear editor: On April 25, someone came into our yard and stole my granddaughter Alexis adult tricycle. I know a stolen bike, to some of you, is no big deal; it can be replaced. But to an 11-year-old autistic child, that is not so; it cannot be replaced. That bike was hers and only hers. She is so heartbroken over this I cannot even explain. Please all we want is her pride and joy back. (See a photo of the tricycle at www.facebook. com/crestview.bulletin ) If you see it, please call us, 912339-7471 or 912-339-7429, anytime! Please help us. Debra Campione Crestview HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY? The Crestview News Bulletin regularly publishes readers thoughtful and humorous comments posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the discussion at facebook.com/crestview.bulletin or tweet @cnbulletin. posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the CLARIFICATION An article in the May 3-6 Crestview News Bulletin stated that Crestview residents and businesses will soon be able to pay city bills and fees online by summers end. An online bill payment option is already available, but the option of automatic, monthly electronic fund transfers is not, according to City Clerk Betsy Roy. That new service is expected by the summers end. We are happy to clarify the record. BUSINESS TONY TAYLOR MARK BROADHEAD WANT TO GO? WHAT: Law Enforcement Memorial and Appreciation ceremony WHEN: 5:30 p.m. tomorrow WHERE: Warriors Hall Auditorium, 201 Stillwell Blvd., Crestview MEMORIAL from page A1 into effect after remaining tenants have vacated, McKinnon said, adding that he expects an early 2015 opening after six months of renovations. Growth of the St. Mark UMC campus on PJ Adams Parkway spurred church leaders decision to add a third campus, he said. On average, the church has 600 in attendance on Sundays. The PJ Adams location is receiving a $1.25 million renovation to add more sanctuary seating, parking, classrooms and a childrens playground. North Crestview is booming; we have a lot of members who already live in that area, McKinnon said. UMC from page A1 Update bene ciary designations, avoid problems You might not enjoy thinking about estate plans, but such planning is necessary to ensure your assets go where you want them to go. Its important to regularly review your plans with your tax, legal and nancial professionals. You might be surprised by how many nancial assets and legal documents have bene ciary designations tied to them. If you have an IRA, a 401(k) or other employersponsored retirement plan, a life insurance policy, an annuity, a transfer-on-death (TOD) arrangement, or any of a variety of other assets or accounts, you almost certainly named a bene ciary. This designation offers a simple, direct and ef cient way to transfer assets to loved ones. As time goes by, you may experience many life changes and thats when bene ciary designations may need to follow. If you are like many people, you might forget to update these designations after a marriage, divorce or other change in your family situation. And because the bene ciary designation is a legally binding document, the asset will go to the person you once named as a bene ciary, regardless of your current relationship status. It takes little effort to review your accounts and legal arrangements to ensure bene ciary designations are current and if they arent, its pretty easy to change them. For some nancial accounts, you may be able to update the bene ciary designations online. Just plan on reviewing your bene ciary designations regularly, but especially when you experience a life change. In addition, ensure your bene ciaries know they will eventually receive your 401(k), IRA, life insurance proceeds or other assets that require a bene ciary designation. This knowledge may help them as they plan and maintain their own nancial and investment strategies. Although its important to update your bene ciary designations and communicate your actions, you need to tend to other areas of your estate planning, such as providing care for minor children or dependents, deciding whom you want to receive items that dont carry a bene ciary designation, naming someone to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated, and specifying the control you wish bene ciaries to have over their inheritance, among other considerations. Everyones situation is different, so consult with your legal adviser to determine the level of estate planning you require. Joe Faulk is a nancial adviser. Registration opens for Farm Service requests FINANCIAL FOCUS JOE FAULK Financial Focus

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Expir es 5/30/2014 Expir es 5/30/2014 Expir es 5/30/2014 FREE I Save $800.00 Special Financing Options FREE Expir es 5/30/2014 Page A5 A potential problem with doing a stage production based on a popular TV series is that no matter how great the cast, audiences, familiar with someone else having established the role, know its not really them. Fortunately, most audience members at opening night of Happy Days, a Crestview High School drama program production, didnt mind that Wesley Barlow, Alec West, Katie Rocha, Sea Rush, et. al., werent Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Marion Ross and Tom Bosley, et. al. There was no need anyway. Happy Days, as Calvin Stewart, an observant 7-year-old said, was a real old show, like from the 90s. Well, it was really from the 1970s and 80s, but those distant decades tend to blur together, especially for younger audience members such as Calvin, who was there with his mom, Joy, to applaud his sister, Catherine, who played one of the Calendar Girls. The weekend production was a fun romp thanks to an energetic cast of 37 thespians. Two performances stuck out: one that I anticipated and one that was a pleasant surprise. As Pinky Tuscadero, senior Angeles Alexander gave her high school farewell performance all its worth, belting out numbers including Message in the Music and Legend in Leather, with a hint of a young Aretha. Ill miss her, along with Wesley Barlow, whose Arthur Fonzie Fonzarelli had enough Henry Winkler to satisfy the TV shows enthusiasts, but plenty of Wesley to make the role his own. It was his performance that surprised me. Particularly since he put it together in just three weeks after the original actor dropped out of the show. Alec Wests Richie Cunningham was a wonderful study in a high school senior discovering that sometimes the world isnt quite what it should be. Kudos also to Michael Brooks and Zac Sticha as the Malachi brothers Myron and Jumpy, respectively, whose antics and Michaels oversized sombrero provided laughs whenever the duo hit the stage. Katie and Sean as Richie Cunninghams parents were delightfully reliable, even if in his heavy glasses and slicked back hair, Sean reminded me of Corey Feldman in his Stand By Me years. The series fans enjoyed many inside gags, such as: Quinn McCardie, Dyrell Jenkins and Jacob Smith as Potsie, Chachi and Ralph, making an entrance while singing the Laverne and Shirley theme. Henry Winklers glossy still as the original Fonz decorating the wall of Arnolds malt shop Joanie, winningly played by Dominique Acol, saying, Fonzie hasnt been the same since he jumped that shark. Kudos to the CHS drama program for capping a stressful, stormlled week with Happy Days. After last weeks rains, it felt great to sit back, laugh and say, Goodbye gray skies, hello blue. SPRING CHORUS CONCERT: 7 p.m. May 8, Crestview High School Pearl Tyner Auditorium. Crestview Highs chorus performs a concert of classical, Broadway, pop and folk selections. Admission: $5 adults, $2 students. Details: 689-7328. THE PARTY SCREENING: 11:30 a.m. May 10, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Watch the rollicking 1968 Peter Sellers comedy, introduced by News Bulletin Arts and Entertainment Editor Brian Hughes. Bring a picnic lunch. Details: 682-4432. BALLET TRAINEE AND COMPANY AUDITIONS: 9 and 10:30 a.m. May 10, Northwest Florida Ballet, 310 SE Perry Ave., Fort Walton Beach. For talented students seeking intensive preprofessional training in dance and performance. Trainee program dancers must be at least 10 years old and have three years formal training or be a current Acadmie fthgrader. Company applicants must be at least 13 and have at least six years of formal training, including two years of pointe. Audition fee: $20. Students must register in advance. Details: Rhonda Starnes, 664-7787. VIOLIN PERFORMANCE: 6-8 p.m., May 12, Crestview Public Library. Violinist Meagan Jackson performs classical and Celtic selections. Free. THROUGH JUNE: New exhibits at the Crestview Public Library include Dannis Youngs examples of woodturning in the lobby display cases and lm posters from 1960s comedies loaned by private collectors hanging on the north wall. Let the community know about your arts or entertainment event. Submit listings to brianh@ crestviewbulletin.com or call 682-6524. REVIEW ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin Wesley Barlow, portraying Arthur Fonzie Fonzarelli, wearing the black leather jacket, sings Maybe Its Time I Moved On, backed by Alec West as Richie, Jacob Smith as Ralph, Quinn McCardie as Potsie and Dyrell Jenkins as Chachi. BRIAN HUGHES Arts & Entertainment Editor FIND IT ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com for photos from the opening night of Happy Days. 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Last summers heavy rain and stress from Januarys icy weather have contributed to widespread take-all root rot. The culprit? A soil-inhabiting fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis var. graminis that causes leaf color loss and yellow grass patches ranging from a few inches to more than 15 feet in diameter. Symptoms appear in the spring, but the disease can persist all summer and survive winter. Over time, the entire area dies as the root system rots away. TAKING AC T ION When disease occurs, raise the cutting height. Scalping grass damages the growing point; raising cutting height increases the green plant tissue available for photosynthesis, resulting in more energy for turfgrass growth and subsequent disease recovery. If an area of the lawn has an active fungus, washing or blowing off the mower after use will reduce the diseases spread to unaffected areas. The amount of water and timing of its application can prevent or contribute to disease development. Most fungal pathogens that cause leaf diseases require free water rainfall, irrigation, dew on the leaf to initiate the infection process. Still, irrigating daily for a few minutes is not benecial for turfgrass it does not provide enough water to the root zone but it does benet turfgrass pathogens. So you should irrigate when dew is present, usually between 2 and 8 a.m., and only apply enough water to saturate the turfgrass root zone. BENEFICIAL NU T RIEN T S Excessively high nitrogen fertility contributes to turfgrass diseases, so you should apply the minimum amount required for the grass species. Potassium (K), key in disease prevention, prevents plant stress. Applying equal amounts of nitrogen and potassium is recommended for turfgrass health. When disease damages turfgrass roots, it is benecial to apply nutrients in a liquid solution. However, nitrate-nitrogen increases diseases severity, so avoid its use when possible. Ammonium-containing fertilizers are preferred nitrogen sources. Heavy liming has also been linked to take-all root rot increase. Since most turfgrasses can tolerate a range of pH, maintaining soil at 5.5 to 6.0 can suppress the pathogens development. When the disease is active, frequent foliar applications of small amounts of nutrients are necessary to keep the turfgrass from declining. Additional maintenance practices are thatch removal and reduction of soil compaction. F ER T ILIZING HA B I T S Applying azoxystrobin, fenarimol, myclobutanil, propiconazole, pyraclostrobin, thiophate methyl and triadimefon and excessively irrigating newly laid sod can help prevent disease development. Ideally, the turf area should be mowed and irrigated prior to fungicide application. Unless the product needs to be watered in, do not irrigate for at least 24 hours after a chemical treatment. Do not mow at least 24 hours to avoid removal of the product attached to leaf blades. Since recovery of takeall damaged turfgrass is often poor, complete renovation of the lawn may be necessary. Removal of all diseased tissue is advised. As a native, soil-inhabiting pathogen, take-all rootrot cannot be eliminated. But suppression of the organism through physical removal, followed by proper cultivation of the new sod, is critical to establishing a new lawn. Turfgrass management practices, not chemicals, offer the best control of the disease. Sheila Dunning is an agent at the University of Floridas Extension ofce in Crestview. w w w .cr est viewbulletin.c om email: ne w s@cr est vie wbulletin P lease pr o vide a c olor phot og r aph if possible A ll inf or ma tion must be t yped Information m ust b e submitt e d b y 11 a m Monday for W e dnesday s pa p er a nd 11 a m Th ursday for S atur day s pa p er OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC Y our Hometown Bank Since 1956! our Hometown Bank Since 1956! 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Childcare Network #183 405 Brookmeade Drive, Crestview Florida (850) 398-8806 www .c hildc ar e n et w o rk n et/183 L ice n se #C01OK0115 Childcare Network #132 1040 F armer Street, Crestview Florida (850) 683-1680 www .c hildc ar e n et w o rk n et/132 L ice n se #C01OK0088 Lifestyle Special to the News Bulletin CRESTVIEW Baker, Crestview, Niceville and Shalimar residents are celebrating medals they won during the recent Area A 4-H Horse Show in the Jackson County Agricultural Center in Marianna. Honors are as follows: Emily Stuckey of Baker, rst place in senior training level dressage. Klarissa Williamson of Crestview, junior saddleseat overall champion. Kelvin Williamson of Crestview, senior western showmanship champion. Keenan Williamson of Crestview, rst place in junior saddleseat showmanship. Two Okaloosa County team members tied for rst place in senior english overall highpoint. The team also brought home these awards: First-place awards: senior hunter under saddle, senior hunt seat equitation, handy hunter, rst-level dressage, junior hunter showmanship, saddleseat type gelding, saddleseat equitation and saddleseat road hack. Second-place awards: senior hunter showmanship, working hunter, junior hunter under saddles, junior hunt seat equitation, junior equitation over fences, senior ranch riding, ranch ground handling, hunt seat equitation, pony hunter under saddle, junior saddleseat showmanship and junior training level dressage. Third-place award: junior hunter hack. The show, which included participants from Escambia to Leon counties, took place April 12 and 13. SHEILA DUNNING Extension Connection EXTENSION CONNECTION High rainfall, ice storm bring take-all root rot S PECIAL T O T HE N E W S BULLE T IN Okaloosa County residents Annie Cooke, Emily Stuckey, Kelvin Williamson, Klarissa Williamson, Lily Hall, Jordan Harkins and Alexandria Cooke, back row, with Keenan Williamson, front row, attended the Area A 4-H Horse Show recently in Marianna. Okaloosa County 4-H members celebrate horse show medals A6 | Crestview News Bulletin May 7-9, 2014

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Local Crestview News Bulletin | A7 May 7-9,2014 N O TI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN p ur s u a n t t o t h e Flo r id a S t a t u t es a n d L a n d U s e R egu l a t io n s o f t h e Ci t y C o de a n d O p era t in g P o licies t h er et o t h a t t h e L o c a l P l a nnin g A g en c y w i l l co n d uc t a p u b lic h e a r in g o n T ues d a y M a y 20, 2014 a t 6:00 p .m. in t h e C o un ci l C h a m b er s, 198 N o r t h W i l s o n S t r e et, Cr es t v ie w Flo r id a, t o co n sider a n d m a k e r e co mm en d a t io n s t o t h e Ci t y C o un ci l r ega r din g t h e r e q ues ts f o r r e zo nin g a s s h o w n b e lo w e p ur p os e o f t h e Pu b lic H e a r in g i s t o r e cei v e co mm en ts a n d m a k e de ci sio n s r ega r din g t h e a b o v e m a t t er s. e a p p lic a t io n s, exhi b i ts a n d lo c a t io n m a ps a r e a va i l a b le f o r p u b lic in s p e c t io n d ur in g n o r m a l b u sin es s h o ur s a t t h e A dmini s t ra t i v e S er v ices D ep a r t m en t, Ci t y H a l l 198 N o r t h W i l s o n S t r e et, Cr es t v ie w Flo r id a, f r o m 7:30 a.m. t o 5:00 p .m., M o n d a y t hr o ug h ur s d a y I n t er es t e d p a r t ies m a y a p p e a r a t t h e m e et in g a n d b e h e a r d o r s u b mi t w r i t t en co mm en ts t o t h e A dmini s t ra t i v e S er v ices D ep a r t m en t p r i o r t o t h e h e a r in g o r b o t h r ega r din g t h e r e q ues ts. R e q ues t f o r t h e r e zo nin g o f p a r ce l s b ein g iden t ie d as : A l l o f B e a v er Cr e e k S u b di v i sio n, P h a s e V b ein g 3.15 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 16, P a g e 86, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo ir d a A l l o f C o un t r y v ie w 7t h A ddi t io n S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 11.65 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 16, P a g es 9 a n d 10, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f C o un t r y v ie w 8t h A ddi t io n S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 10.2 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 17, P a g es 14 a n d 15, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f C o un t r y v ie w 9t h A ddi t io n S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 10.44 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 17, P a g es 48 a n d 49, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f Cr es t w o o d M a n o r S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 3.71 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 17, P a g es 48 a n d 49, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f E a g les L a n din g T o w n h o m es, b ein g 55.95 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 17, P a g es 48 a n d 49, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f Ga r t m a n T o w n h o m es, b ein g 0.75 acr e acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 20, P a g e 59, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f S ixt h A ddi t io n t o N o r t h v ie w E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 1.20 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 14, P a g es 50 a n d 51, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f P a r k P l ace V S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 24.29 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 14, P a g e 29, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f R idg e Cr es t P h a s e I S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 31.89 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 21, P a g es 12 a n d 13, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f R idg e Cr es t P h a s e II S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 34.18 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 21, P a g es 96,97 a n d 98, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f S o u t h wa y E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 12.58 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 12, P a g e 15, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f t h e Fir s t A ddi t io n t o S o u t h wa y E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 8.38 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 11, P a g e 66, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f t h e S e co n d A ddi t io n t o S o u t h wa y E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 11.89 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 12, P a g e 16, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f W a l s h G len E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, b ein g 25.76 acr es, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 24, P a g es 35 a n d 36, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. L o ts 21 t hr o ug h 25, in c l u si v e l y o f V a l le y cr e e k T o w n h o m es, a p l a nn e d uni t de v e lo p m en t, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 16, P a g e 88, o f t h e R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. L o ts 1 t hr o ug h 6, B lo c k A, in c l u si v e l y a n d L o ts 1 t hr o ug h 4, in c l u si v e l y a n d L o t 10, B lo c k B o f t h e V a l le y cr e e k S u b di v i sio n, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 18, P a g e 45, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. L o ts 1 t hr o ug h 10, B lo c k A, in c l u si v e l y o f S h o a l T er race E s t a t es S u b di v i sio n, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 11, P a g e 32 o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f B et h e lr idg e S u b di v i sio n, P h a s e 1, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 10, P a g e 100, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. A l l o f t h e C o n s er va t io n/W et l a n d/W i ld lif e P r es er v e A r e a s lo c a t e d w i t hin t h e C o mm o n A r e a s o f R o l lin g R idg e S u b di v i sio n a n d o n L o ts 2 t hr o ug h 11, L o t 17, L o t 44, L o ts 50 a n d 51, L o ts 53 a n d 54, L o ts 58 t hr o ug h 61, L o ts 63 a n d 64, L o t 70, L o ts 83 a n d 84, L o ts 88 a n d 89, L o t 140, L o t 142, L o t 144, L o ts 147 t hr o ug h 150, L o ts 155 a n d 156 a n d L o ts 160 t h o ug h 166 o f R o l lin g R idg e S u b di v i sio n, acco r din g t o t h e p l a t r e co r de d in P l a t B o o k 23, P a g es 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 a n d 21, o f t h e Pu b lic R e co r d s o f O ka lo os a C o un t y Flo r id a. 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Local A8 | Crestview News Bulletin May 7-9,2014 3025444 M a y 13t h. H e a ri n g t e s ts t hr o ug h M a y 13 t h J a me s G a r ci a H AS B r a n d o n P o r t e r H AS Ch r i s t op he r T ho m a s H AS CRESTVIEW 536 E. 1st A venue Located in the Prescription Shoppe (850) 398-5091 FT W AL TON BEACH 930 Mar W alt Dr ., Suite A (850) 244-0406 PENSACOLA 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 2 (850) 475-3027 DESTIN 1209 Airport Rd., Suite 5 (850) 837-3247

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3 GATORS PLACE AT STATE TRACK MEET Three Baker School track and eld athletes placed during the Class 1A state meet on Friday at Jacksonville. Kaitlin Herring tied for eighth place in the girls high jump with a leap of 4-10. Jon Beck tied for sixth in the boys high jump, going 5-10, and Justin Shaw was eighth in the boys triple jump with a leap of 42-2.25. BULLDO G S FALL TO C HILES Crestview High Schools baseball team spotted host Chiles three runs in the rst inning and lost to the Timberwolves 3-2 on Saturday in the Class 7A region quarternals. The Bulldogs nish the season with a 14-14 record. BULLDO G B ASKET B ALL FUNDRAISER IS M AY 10 The Crestview High School boys and girls basketball teams are hosting a fundraiser basketball game between the Harlem Wizards and the Crestview All-Stars on Saturday, May 10 at the Crestview High gym. Game time is 5:30 p.m. with doors opening at 4 p.m. General admission is $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Reserved seats are $20 and $25 for Meet and Greet the Wizards at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are available at www.harlemwizards.com. A MVETS P OST 35 GOLF T OURNAMENT IS M AY 10 Crestview AmVets Post 35s four-person scramble golf tournament starts with sign-in at 7 a.m. May 10 at Foxwood Country Club, 4927 Antioch Road, Crestview. Shotgun start is at 8 a.m. Sign up through May 7. Cost is $45 for nonmembers; $35 for Foxwood members. Hole sponsorships are also available. Proceeds go toward scholarships for North Okaloosa County high school seniors, and one inhouse scholarship. Register at www. amvetspost35..com. Contact Cmdr. Craig Sarrassin, commander@ amvetspost35.com, or Rachael Bowles, canteen@ amvetspost35.com, or call 339-933-1342 for details. CHS TAKIN G S PORTS H ALL OF F AME NOMINATIONS Crestview High Schools athletic department is accepting 2014 Sports Hall of Fame nominations. Deadline is 2 p.m. May 9. Nominees must have good moral character, been out of high school at least 10 years and have veriable athletic accomplishments. Submit nominations to Coach Tim Hatten, tim. hatten@mail.okaloosa.k12. .us. YMCA ACCEPTIN G T B ALL SI G NUPS The Crestview Family YMCA is signing up 3to 6year-olds for T-ball season through May 16. Cost is $55 for YMCA members; $70 for nonmembers. Volunteer coaches are also wanted. The season runs June 2 through July 19. Go to the YMCA, 298 N. Wilson St., Crestview, or call 689-2999 for details. C AR V ERH ILL M AY D AY G OLF TOURNAMENT SET The ninth annual Carver-Hill May Day Festival four-man, low-ball golf tournament will take place 8 a.m. May 23 at Foxwood Country Club. Tournament cost is $45 per player. Mulligans are $1 each. Tournament proceeds will benet the Caroline J. Allen Scholarship Fund. Lunch will be provided and trophies and prizes presented. Hole sponsorships and donations for prizes are sought. Call Barrow Evans, 3684245, for more information. O PERATION M EDICAL C ARE G OLF TOURNAMENT SET The Belize Medical Mission golf tournament is 8 a.m. May 31 at Foxwood Country Club. The tournament helps offset the cost of volunteer doctors, nurses and other medical workers who annually visit Belize to care for more than 1,000 families. Cost of the tournament is $26 for Foxwood members and $36 for non members. Lunch is included in the registration fee. Deadline to register is May 20. Hole sponsorships also are available for $50, $100, $150 and $250. Go to the YMCA, 298 N. Wilson St., Crestview, or call 689-2999 for details. SRMS B ASKET B ALL CAMP Shoal River Middle School will host boys and girls basketball camps this summer for players ages 7-12. The boys camp runs June 16-19 with players ages 7-9 going from 8-10 a.m. Players ages 10 to 12 will go from 10 a.m.-noon. The girls camp will be June 23-26 with ages 7-9 having the 8-10 a.m. session followed by girls ages 10-12 from 10 a.m. to noon. Cost will be $40, which includes a camp T-shirt. R EPORTIN G NEWS, CALENDAR ITEMS AND STORY SU GG ESTIONS The News Bulletin welcomes stories and announcements. Email sports-related stories and photos to Randy Dickson, randyd@ crestviewbulletin.com. Submission deadlines are 9 a.m. Monday for Wednesdays edition and 9 a.m. Thursday for Saturdays edition. Announcements publish according to available space. Theres an old black and white photo on my Facebook page that was taken 40 years ago this fall. I was somewhat younger and weighed about half of what I now weigh. In fact, the photo is the Gulf Breeze High School 1974 football team photo. Some of my coaches and teammates in that photo have passed away. In my mind, those coaches are still strong young men and those teammates are fuzzy-faced kids with worlds to conquer. Ive been thinking a lot about those guys the last few days as spring football started last week. Two teammates in that photo, Ken Hardy and Mort Deer, were my best friends in high school and we remain the very best of friends today. I still see other teammates from time to time at ball games or class reunions. Im Facebook friends with a lot of the guys and friends with other teammates wives not on Facebook. And then there is another group of guys; I look at their once familiar faces and try to recall a name or when I last saw them. Time has a way of rushing past and covering memories with passing years. The youngest of those teammates will turn 55 this year. Those old friendships and team bonds seem even more special now that we are all closer to the end than the beginning of the journey. In the last 40 years, Ive been a part of some great organizations in the workforce and in churches Ive attended. From a team perspective, none of those groups match the experience of being on my high school football team. Too often, clichs such as family, brotherhood and bond are used to express a groups unity. Those words didnt do justice to my high school football experience. My teammates and coaches were, and remain, my family and brothers in life. The coaches pushed us to nd something deep within that we didnt know we had as we pushed through grass drills before practice and wind sprints at the end of the day. When we were punished with extra running or extra hitting for missing an assignment on the eld, it was to strengthen our resolve, not to make the mistake again and to be a better teammate. I wont pretend there werent problems on my team or, for that matter, every team. Ive seen teammates ght each other after practice on Wednesday and stand together against a common opponent Friday night. Team members, like family members, might sometimes ght with each other, but they will always ght for each other against a common foe. Yes, I still miss playing football. And Id be willing to take the eld to practice a few more times just for the opportunity to hit someone and compete. But its the relationships with teammates and coaches I miss the most as I think about the start of spring football practice. Randy Dickson is the Crestview News Bulletins sports editor. Email him at randyd@ crestviewbulletin.com, tweet him @BigRandle, or call 682-6524. All about teammates www.crestviewbulletin.com May 7-9, 2014 B Page 1 Section INSIDE More local news SPORT S SPORTS SHORTS NORTH END ZONE Randy Dickson By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER Austin Martin, a rising senior on Baker Schools football team, has already made his mark on both sides of the ball. Hes xing to be a three-year, two-way starter who has been a cornerstone in our program, Gator Coach Matt Brunson said. He does a great job of playing outside linebacker in our defense. Hes done a great job blocking when asked to block. Hes going to do a great job toting the ball this year. And we are looking forward to him having a great year. We now catch up with Austin Martin. Q: How old were you when you started playing football? A : 4 years old. Q: What is the best part of football? A : Hitting. Q: What is the worst part of football? A : Running. Q: What are your expectations for this season? A : To get better at what we are doing and getting into this new offense and try to get better. For the season I want to go 10-0 again and do better in the playoffs. Q: If you had to pick a sport other than football to play, what would it be? A : Basketball because Ive played it almost just as long (as football). Q: What is your favorite football experience? A : Playing linebacker, beating Northview last year and winning the district championship. Q: What are your hobbies outside football? A : Fishing and riding (four wheelers). Q: What career do you want to pursue? A : Engineering. Q: Do you want to play college football? A : Yes. Probably Florida State because Ive liked Florida State my whole life. Q: What is your favorite movie? A : The Wolf of Wall Street. Q: Who is your favorite singer? A : Metallica. Q: What is your best memory of your time in high school? A : Beating Northview. RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Baker School football player Austin Martin runs through an agility drill prior to Mondays spring football practice. AUSTIN MARTIN Catching up with Austin Martin 8 50 3 0 6 5 3 86 F U L L Y L I C E N S E D & IN S U R E D | C A L L T E X T O R E M A IL L D E R R I C K J R @ Y A H O O C O M W e d o G r a d in g S o d L a n d s c a p in g & A l l L a w n M a in t e n a n c e P r e s e nt e d b y Pr o u d S u p p o r t e rs o f T h e B a ke r G a t o rs 8 5 0 3 0 6 53 86 Too often, clichs such as family, brotherhood and bond are used to express a groups unity. Those words didnt do justice to my high school football experience.

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B2 | Crestview News Bulletin May 7-9,2014 www .kubota.com R ealtr ee is a r eg ist er ed tr ademar k of Jor dan O ut door En t er pr ises L t d SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER Fourth-year Baker School football Coach Matt Brunson says he looks forward to this afternoon, when the Gators practice in full gear for the rst time this spring. Its going to be fun when we get in gear with these guys, he said. With hel mets and no gear (shoulder pads) on, all you can do is teach them and make sure they dont bump and bruise anybodys shoulders. But when we get the pads on them, we will start sorting them out (nding out who can play). The Gators opened spring practice on Friday at Doug Grifth Memorial Sta diums eld, which showed few signs of record ooding that soaked the area just two days before. The absence of starting quarterback Jon Beck and assistant coaches David Oglesby and Rusty Oglesby, who were at the state track meet, might have affected the practice more than the heavy rain two days earlier, Brunson indicated. Overall, our guys did well and it was important to get a rst day of no pads in so we can move toward getting in pads, Brunson said. It was a great rst day, he said, de spite the ood. Then again, he said, ... our learning and techniques are going to be ne be cause these kids have been working all the time (in P.E.). By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Crestview High Schools football team gets a B for spring practice, Coach Tim Hatten said. It would be what I call an above-av erage practice, he said. Our enthu siasm and knowl edge of what we are doing is very good. Year two under Hatten got off to a strong start on Friday as the team moved briskly through a variety of drills. The practice was an ex tension of what the team has been doing in their football class period only with a full staff of coaches available to work the posi tion groups, Hatten said. Weve had them a season, so they just have to get a little bit better at some little things, he said. Some defensive per sonnel are trying to be two-way players for us. We are trying to make sure we maximize our talent. We are trying to do things that are conducive to being the best that we can be ... Hatten said the type of athletes on the team will allow him to open up the playbook and the Bulldogs will do things on offense he wasnt even able to the last several years he coach Pearl River Community College. Hatten likes quarter backs Corey Armstrong, Alex Maxwell and Rusty Moorer. Armstrong, a rising junior, took over as the starter halfway through last season. Maxwell started for the junior var sity and Moorer for the freshman team. Hatten is pleased with all three quarterbacks. To have three people that really understand what is going on (at quar terback) is just invalu able, he said. I think its going to make a world of difference. It always has with our offense coming back that second year. What we are doing is so simple, but you have to know what you are look ing at. I like the challenges we put in there for people, I really do. I think we are going to have a good com petitive team. P HOTOS BY RAN D Y D IC K SON | News Bulletin LEFT: Baker quarterback David Oglesby breaks into the clear after getting past a defender. RIGHT: Josh Mayhew heads up the eld after catching a pass. Brunson anticipates practicing in gear, sorting players P HOTOS BY RAN D Y D IC K SON | News Bulletin LEFT: Bulldog running back LaJonte Watson turns the ball upeld. RIGHT: Rising sophomore quarterback Rusty Moorer delivers a quick pass. Hatten: Bulldogs above average beginning spring practice I like the challenges we put in there for people, I really do. I think we are going to have a good competitive team. T im Hatten Crestview High School football coach With helmets and no gear (shoulder pads) on, all you can do is teach them and make sure they dont bump and bruise anybodys shoulders. But when we get the pads on them, we will start sorting them out (nding out who can play). Matt Brunson Baker High School football coach Sports

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R A 0067136 G et y our S y stem Ready with our Planned Main tenanc e P r ogr am! R A 0067136 BRIEFS May 7-9, 2014 Page B3 CAMPUS KUDOS Special to the News Bulletin When Northwest Florida State College commences May 10, Richard and Karen Strong will receive their Bachelor of Applied Science degrees: Richards for public safety, Karens for human resources. The couple, who live near Holt, have been driving to the Niceville campus for classes. Richard, a 29-year Air Force and National Guard veteran who already has numerous certi cates and degrees, said he wanted one nal degree to culminate his college education. In addition to her NWFSC studies, Karen is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in art at the University of West Florida and is on track to graduate next fall. Art is my passion, especially painting with oils, she said. I had my AA degree and knew I would enjoy working toward another degree in something I love so much. The couple hasnt formulated their post-graduation plans yet, but they do have a dream for the immediate future. We plan to buy an RV and do a lot of traveling, Richard said. We will be validating our lives from the seat of an RV. In the meantime, he wants to send a message to local students. If I could tell young people anything at all, it would be to get their education ... I would tell them to take high school seriously, not waste their time and go hard after a college education, Richard said. Their lives will be better for it. NWFSC will have two commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the Raider Arena. The rst ceremony begins at 10 a.m., the second at 1 p.m. FROM STAFF REPORTS North Okaloosa volunteers support Floridas conservation efforts Volunteers at USDAs Natural Resources Conservation Service allow the agency to stretch available resources, improve customer service and help the environment. And at least four North Okaloosa residents help fuel the effort. Susan Holley, Baker, and Mike Bailey, Rosa Williams and Reneshia Williams, Crestview, are on the Earth Team, the agencys volunteer organization. Team members help NRCS conservationists provide everything from conservation technical assistance to teaching and generating awareness about conservation through community projects and education. In 2013, volunteer hours at Florida NRCS of ces totaled more than 6,127. As a federal agency, that equals approximately $135,651 in bene ts to the federal government and its taxpayers. At many high schools and colleges throughout the country, students can get credit for courses or volunteer hours by working as an Earth Team volunteer. Email NRCSdistributioncenter@ ia.usda.gov to learn more about program involvement. Embry-Riddle registration opens Registration for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universitys May 31 to Aug. 1 term is now open. The school offers associate, bachelor and masters degrees and is a proud supporter of active duty military and veterans. See http://worldwide.erau.edu or contact the Crestview campus, 306-1088 or Crestview@erau.edu, for details. Special to the News Bulletin North Okaloosa residents among NWF State College award recipients North Okaloosa students are among those that Northwest Florida State College honored for its 2013-14 academic year achievements. Recognized students are as follows: All Florida Academic Team member: Joshua Grif tts, Holt 2014 William T. Hall Pacesetter Award: Adrian Smith, Baker Early Childhood Education Honors student: Sharon Harris-Davis, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Cinema Appreciation: Amanda Holland, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Madrigal Singers: Elise Jenkins, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Theatre Performance: Naomi Campagne, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Visual Arts: Bettye Keefer, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Jazz Ensemble: Derick Masters and Jared Porrata, Crestview; Kyle Polhlopek, Baker Phi Theta Kappa Ross Hamilton Participation Award: Ryan Bullard, Crestview RaiderRep WOW Award: Joshua Grif tts, Holt Rookie RaiderReps of the Year: Alexander Andrews, Crestview; Victoria Voorhees, Holt Phi Theta Kappa Ross Hamilton Participation Award: Ryan Bullard, Crestview Teacher Education Honor Student: Rebekah Marrero, Crestview Terri Lynne Lokoff/ Childrens Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Award: Sabine Claybrook, Crestview Whos Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges: Rachel Kristina Thames, Baker; Brandy Barger, Sabine Claybrook, Jessica Lynn Eynon, Sharon Harris-Davis, Kaili Johnson, Becky Moschino, Hannah Ott, Kayla Cheung, Rebecca Henry, Brian Warson, and Robin Whited, Crestview; Joshua Grif tts, Holt; and Hannah Day and Tracy Lynn Sowers, Laurel Hill PKP Honor Society inducts 5 Crestview residents Crestview residents Joseph Mays, Cedrick Peterson, Samantha Sleeman, Harrison Slayton and Sydney Pinkert have been initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phis University of West Florida chapter. Membership is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester hours, are eligible. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni with scholarly distinction. Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN NWFSC COMMENCEMENT WHEN: 10 a.m. for Associate of Arts and Florida High School Diploma; 1 p.m. for Certi cate, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science and Bachelor degree program graduates WHERE: Raider Arena, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville ONLINE: www.nwfsc.edu/Returning_ Students/Graduation.cfm NWFSC student: Go hard after a college education Holt area couple, others to receive degrees May 10 KAREN AND RICHARD STRONG

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Local B4 | Crestview News Bulletin A patron chats with Crestview Boy Scout Troop 773 members who prepared and served Scout Cobbler. Nobody delivers like we do. Brian Hughes: Citizen Diplomat. Artsy Cultur e V ultur e Arts and Entertainment Editor Reporting on North Okaloosa County s go ver nment, business and cultur al developments meshes well with Brian s pr esidenc y of the Cr estview Ar ea Sister City Prog r am. Sharing our r egion s joie de vivr e (jo y of living) and hospitalit (hospitality) with friends in Noir moutier -en-lIle Fr ance comes easy because of his community involvement. In the states, Brian s tr a vels tak e him to local sc hools and the Cr estview Libr ar y to mak e pr esentations on the W orld W ar II and European tr a vels. He also ser ves as an elder at the Laur el Hill Pr esb yterian Chur c h. Because of our emplo y ees, we deliver mor e than the news to Cr estview It s just another w ay that we r e connected to our community A H a l i f a x M e d i a G r o u p C o m p a n y North county residents and visitors from Alabama and Pensacola stopped by Laurel Hill on Saturday for the Spring Arts and Heritage Festival. Singer and guitarist Aaron Overton shares tips with Collegiate High School senior Jordon Rogers. More sights from Arts and Heritage Festival Dracen Waters, 5, visits 5-month-old Gloustershire Old Spot pigs who visited from Grundel Hill Top Farm in Baker. More sights from Arts and Heritage Festival Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums leader Les Matheson chats with Margot Vickery, a Scotswoman who praised the band. Chasyanna Butler, 5, a student at Gordon Martial Arts, breaks a board held by Master Greg Bledsoe. Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN Wood craftsmen Dannis Young and Fred Gutshall share tips and tales about their woodturning experiences. May 7-9, 2014

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ClassifiedsCrestview News Bulletin |B5Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Legal # 20140336 Notice of Public Meeting Heritage Plantation Community Development District The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Estancia at Wiregrass Community Development District, which was originally scheduled on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. (CDT) has been changed to Friday, May 16, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. (CDT) at the office of Pelican Real Estate, 5210 S. Ferdon Boulevard, Crestview, Florida, 32536. The meeting is open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with provisions of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. The meeting may be continued in progress without additional notice to a time, date and location stated on the record. There may be occasions when one or more Supervisors will participate by telephone. Pursuant to provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations to participate in this meeting is asked to advise the District Office at (850) 334-9055, at least 48 hours before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service at 1(800) 955-8770, who can aid you in contacting the District Office. A person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting is advised that this same person will need a record of the proceedings and that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Debra Anderson District Manager 05/07/2014 Legal # 20140346 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2014-DR-411 IN RE: The Marriage of JENNIFER L. MALLARE, Petitioner/Wife, vs. MARCO O. MALLARE, Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: MARCO MALLARE 4291 HORSESHOE LANE HOLT, FLORIDA 32564 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on the Petitioner, JENNIFER L. MALLARE, by and through the undersigned counsel, Stanley K. Luke, P.O. Box 776, Crestview, Florida 32536 on or before May 30, 2014, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 101 East James Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. REALPROPERTY: N/A OTHER PROPERTY: 2005 HONDACIVIC 2010 HONDACRV Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk’s office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: April 8, 2014. DON HOWARD CLERK OF COURT By: Kathryn Brown Deputy Clerk 04/23/2014 04/30/2014 05/07/2014 05/14/2014 Legal # 20140362 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 46-2012-CA-004475F BANK OF AMERICA, N.A; Plaintiff, Vs. TYLER J. NICHOLS AKATYLER NICHOLS, ET.AL; Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Default Final Farm DirectCentipede, Zoysia, St Augustine and Bermuda We Deliver & Install Call 850-244-6651 Suncoast Sod Farms Text FL73694 to 56654 THE APPLE TREE PRESCHOOL Now Registering for Fall Classes Ages 1-5 years Full and Part time placement available 101 Brookmeade Dr. Crestview, FL 32539 850-689-3899 These tiny ads sell, hire, rent and inform for thousands of families each week.Let a little Classified ad do a big job for you.

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ClassifiedsB6| Crestview News Bulletin Wednesday, May 7, 2014 6518669 Admin/ClericalFront DeskGrowing financial company in the Destin area is seeking a dependable person to manage the front desk at its corporate office. Excellent people and customer service skills are a must. The position will also involve bookkeeping duties. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with small business bookkeeping systems such as Peachtree and QuickBooks. Send resume and cover letter to: info@hcbfinancialcorp.com Web ID#: 34286955 Install/Maint/RepairDock WorkerThe Northwest Florida Daily News is looking for a full time dock worker. The ideal candidate is someone who can work in a fast paced environment, able to multi task, a self starter and willing to work early morning hours and weekends. The majority of the work is conducted in Fort Walton Beach, but may require you to travel to the Destin location. The applicant must have a current driver’s license. The Northwest Florida Daily News is a drug free work place. Send resumes to: P.O. Box 2949, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549 or email to ehypes@nwfdailynews.com No phone calls. Web ID#: 34288384 SalesMulti-Media Advertising Sales Exciting Opportunity!!Find out why our team loves their job. Is it the exciting environment, the revenue rewards, the great benefits, or all of the above? The Northwest Florida Daily News is adding talented & motivated multi-media sales professionals to our advertising team. This position includes developing, presenting and closing sales for new and existing customers; providing advertising solutions to include print and digital to meet business customer needs that span all categories of small to medium local businesses. Presentations are made via in-person sales calls in the respective territories located in FWB We are seeking strong sales minded individuals who are able to manage multiple tasks, prospect for new business & offer excellent customer service. Requires valid driver’s license. We offer base salary + commission and benefits, paid vacation, medical insurance, dental insurance, vision/hearing insurance, group life insurance, flexible spending accounts, 401K and more! Qualified applicants can apply by e-mailing resume, cover letter to ehypes@nwfdailynews.com The Daily News encourages applications from those with diverse backgrounds. The Daily News is a drug free environment Web ID#: 34282578 Training/EducationWant to be a CNA/ Phlebotomist?Don’t want to wait? Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certifiedexpresstrainingservices.com Next class: 05/08/2014 Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 11, 2014., in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.okaloosa.realforeclose.co m, on May 14, 2014 the following described property: LOT 5, BLOCK 2, NORMANDYTERRACE SUBDIVISION, LOCATED IN SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ACCORDING TO THE MAPOR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 155, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.. Property Address: 2572 KINGSTON RD, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536 ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa.fl courts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand on 16 day of April, 2014. Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk of Court, Okaloosa County 04/30/2014 05/07/2014 Legal # 20140363 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 14-CP-303 IN RE: The Estate of THOMAS A. EDMUNDS, JR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of THOMAS A. EDMUNDS, JR., deceased, whose date of death was January 13, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Clerk of the Circuit Court, Okaloosa County Courthouse Extension, 1940 Lewis Turner Blvd., Ft. Walton Beach, FL32548. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representative’s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedent’s Estate on whom a copy of this Notice is required to be served must file their claims with the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF ACOPYOF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demand against Decedent’s Estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN §733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILLBE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SETFORTH ABOVE, ANYCLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is April 30, 2014. Personal Representative: Helen Smith 5301 Hare St. Lot 9. Crestview, FL32539 Attorney for Personal Representative’s ANDREW A. WOOD, ESQ. Florida Bar No.: 722014 WOOD & ASSOCIATES, P.A. 980-AAirport Road Destin, Florida 32541 Telephone: (850)424-7467 Facsimile: (850)424-7468 E-Mail: drew@woodlawfl.com 04/26/2014 05/03/2014 Legal # 20140382 NOTICE OF SALE In accordance with Florida Statues, Keepsafe Storage, located at 101 Hospital Drive, Crestview, Florida will offer for sale to the highest bidder the household and other goods stored in the below listed units. Said goods are to be sold to recover the rents not paid by the tenants. Unit D36 -McDonald Unit B01 -Miles Unit E15 -Downs Unit D10 -Fairbanks Unit E22 -Ivers Units C68 and C50 Sewell Unit B20 -Howard Unit I09 -Holmes The sale shall take place on Fri., May 30, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. KeepSafe Storage 101 Hospital Dr Crestview, FL 32539. 05/07/2014 05/14/2014 ADOPT loving married couple seeks to adopt, will be hands on mom and dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)985-4592, Adam Sklar #0150789 Are you pregnant? Considering adoption? 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www.crestviewbulletin.com50 CentsTABLE OF CONTENTS A Halifax Media paper read by 10,450 people every week FACEBOOKFind us at www. facebook.com/ crestviewbulletin TWITTERFollow us at twitter.com/ cnbulletin INSTAGRAMFollow us at crestview bulletinBy MATTHEW BROWN682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com LAUREL HILL Florida of cials no longer consider the city in state of nancial emergency, Councilman Larry Hendren said. City leaders have received a letter from Gov. Rick Scotts of ce stating that the city is nancially operating effectively in accordance with Florida Statute. Since 2004, the governors ofce had considered the city under nancial duress, based on results from previous annual audits, Mayor Robby Adams said. The city is making monthly $700 principal and $2,200.50 interest payments to the First National Bank of Crestview. Its encouraging that the citys efforts have been noticed, city leaders said. Anytime you can get a negative mark removed from your city that is good thing, Hendren said Thursday. In other business, city leaders have unanimously approved an ordinance to allow the Gulf Power Company franchise rights to operate within city limits. The ordinance would allow Gulf Power to operate in the city for the next 30 years.States passing mark a good thing ROBBY ADAMSLaurel Hill Mayor LARRY HENDRENLaurel Hill City CouncilCity out of nancial emergency for the rst time in 10 years 39th Year, Number 37By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com LAUREL HILL Laurel Hill Spring Arts and Heritage Festival organizers may have found the secret to a successful event: increase the variety of exhibitors and time it right after a record storm. I just wanted to get out of the house and do something fun, and a small-town festival t the ticket, Pensacola resident Ellen Guilfoyle said. Saturdays annual festival also attracted people from Alabama, Fort Walton Beach and Niceville. Food sales from cosponsors Laurel Hill and Crestview Presbyterian churches raised almost $650 toward school supplies and Christmas food baskets. In addition, Crestview Boy Scout Troop 773 raised money by baking and selling Scout Cobbler, and Laurel Hill Schools drink sales bene ted fth-graders New Orleans eld trip. For Crestview resident Margot Vickery, a native Scot, some of the music brought back memories of her younger days in Edinburgh. Every time I hear Amazing Grace played, I think I am back on the battlements, she said following the Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums performance. The music, in addition to pipes and drums, ranged from acoustic guitar and vocals to jazz and gospel. Children delighted in carrying, petting and chasing a 2-week-old white goat named Bert from the Allie Lee Campbell farm. The north countys farming culture was also represented by two 5-monthold Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs from Grundel Hill Top Farm in Baker. Exhibitors, some of whom joined the roster as late as the day before the event, included community organizations, artists, craftsmen, heritage re-enactors, bakers, candy makers and vintage car owners.By MATTHEW BROWN682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Niceville United Methodist Church leaders want to bring a second campus to Crestview. Adding a North Ferdon Boulevard location would allow the church to boost outreach efforts and better accommodate church members living in North Okaloosa, they said. Niceville UMC has an agreement with NBI Properties, which manages Northview Plaza, to facilitate in building a church on the plazas south end, Executive Pastor Greg McKinnon said. Among the 16,500square-footage, the church would occupy the former units of Movies & More, Terris Sports and Angels Doggie Spa. The church will have additional space to the left of Pizza Hut, which is staying. The church has not signed a lease agreement with NBI as of this writing, McKinnon said. An NBI representative said other plaza tenants chose not to renew their lease agreements or already planned to relocate. A ve-year lease with renewable options would go UMC leaders eye second Crestview location SMALL-TOWN FESTIVAL:Cure for post-flood bluesBaker Block Museum Director Ann Spann chats with Laurel Hill Arts and Heritage Festival attendees on Saturday as they examine artifacts on display.BRIAN HUGHES | News BulletinINSIDE: See Page B4 for more Laurel Hill Arts and Heritage Festival photosLaurel Hill event attracts north county visitors, raises $650 SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETINA portion of the Northview Plaza will house a campus of Niceville United Methodist Church. GREG McKINNON See UMC A4Memorial, appreciation event tomorrowBy MATTHEW BROWN682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Residents can express just how much they appreciate those who protect and serve during the Crestview Police Departments second annual Law Enforcement Memorial and Appreciation ceremony. Tomorrows event, set for 5:30 p.m. at Warriors Hall, is part of National Police Week, May 11-17, and National Peace Of cers Memorial Day on May 15. The ceremony honors current of cers and those who have died in the line of duty, Police Chaplain Mark Broadhead, pastor of the Laurel Hill and Crestview Presbyterian churches, said. We want to remind the public that the police of cers are human and they continue to put themselves in harms way for our Citizen of the Year nominations acceptedFrom staff reportsCRESTVIEW Nominations for the Mae Reatha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year Award are being accepted through June 13. The award, named for its rst recipient, a prominent community activist, will be presented for the third year this summer. Last years recipient was former Mayor George Whitehurst. Residents may nominate individuals who have had a positive impact on the Crestview community, enhancing residents quality of life through involvement in local education, the environment, volunteer services, health, athletics and social programs. To nominate someone, complete the form available at www.crestviewbulletin.com/news, or from the City Clerks of ce at City Hall and submit it by June 13. Forms may be submitted in person or by email to cityclerk@cityofcrestview.org.See MEMORIAL A4 Community . . . . A2 Health . . . . . A3 Education . . . . B3 Lifestyle . . . . A5-6 Sports . . . . . B1 Classi eds . . . . B5 4-H members celebrate horse show medals LIFESTYLE, A5Urgent need for blood following explosion HEALTH, A3 COMMUNITY, A2Master Storyteller coming to library this month SPORTS, B1Catching up with Baker School football player Austin MartinMAY 7-9, 2014

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COMMUNITY www.crestviewbulletin.com Page A2Ive heard that story is the language of the heart. As a lover of a good story, that resonated with me. Isnt it true? All over the world there are masters at crafting the written or spoken word. Some are told in person to an eager audience of family and friends. Some are told from a television or movie screen to an eager audience of thousands. You may experience the pleasure of a good story in a book or movie on a regular basis, but on Tuesday, May 27, you can spice things up by listening to a master storyteller in person. Phillip Sekou Glass will begin weaving his stories at 6:30 p.m. and will wrap them up around 7:15 p.m. at the Crestview Public Library. This free event is an excellent chance to introduce your children even as young as age 4 to the art of storytelling. Of course, adults are also welcome. Registration is not required. This program is made possible by the generosity of our Friends and an anonymous donor. Wed like to thank Cub Scout Pack 799, Webelo Den 11 and Wolf Den 4 and our Friends for providing light refreshments! If youd also like to nancially support quality family programming for our area or have any questions, please call 682-4432. Regardless of whether you can give nancially at this time, know that your attendance communicates to the state of Florida and other supporters how much you value this kind of programming.VITA program nets more than $152,000 in tax refundsUnited Way of Okaloosa & Walton Counties, the University of Florida Extension Of ce and Goodwill Easter Seals Volunteers Income Tax Assistance program processed 105 tax refunds, according to organizers. As a result, an estimated $152,714 will stay in Northwest Floridas communities, and the effort saved more than $14,000 in tax preparation fees. In addition, clients ling received nancial education materials from Okaloosa Saves to provide tools needed for nancial stability, a spokesperson said. Our appreciation goes to community partners, First Presbyterian Church of Crestview, Goodwill Easter Seals Fast Signs, IDTV, Community Bank in Crestview, the Costa Leadership Institute, CRI and Cox. McKay-Hayes family reunion set May 9-11 in CrestviewThe 64th annual Rosa Gilbert McKay-Hayes family reunion is May 9-11 in Crestview. The event begins with a 4:30 p.m. meet-and-greet May 9 at Ryans, 3000 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. A reunion with music and poetry will follow at the Carver-Hill School Center, 461 School Ave., Crestview. May 10 activities include an 8 a.m. fun walk and run at Clyde Hayes Crestview home and a 5 p.m. sh fry. May 11 activities include 9:30 a.m. Sunday school and 11 a.m. worship services at New Life Missionary Baptist Church, 285 Duggan Ave., Crestview. Contact Sanford Hayes, 621-4186, for more details. BRIEFS CHECK IT OUT ANNOUNCEMENTSOPEN MIC FOR POETS AND MUSICIANS: 6 p.m. May 13, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview. Details: Esther Hurwitz, 6824432 or ehurwitz@okaloosa.lib. .us.FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING: 10:30 a.m. May 15, library. Guest speaker: Muncelle Mitchell, Chesser & Barr family law attorney. Topic: Divorce Basics and Grandparents Rights to Visitation. Coffee and cookies served at 10:15 a.m.BEGINNING COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING FOR SENIORS: Call 682-4432 to schedule one-hour appointments at the library. Library card required. I Love You, Good Night by Jon Buller As a child prepares for bed, this sweet book evokes all the ways parents can say, I love you. Some ways are silly, some are heartfelt, but all describe unconditional affection. This enduring bedtime favorite is a perfect way to say good night. Heather Nitzel HEATHER NITZELCheck It OutMaster storyteller coming to Crestview library May 27 STAFF PICKFROM STAFF REPORTS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETINTaylor Thompson, 11, piles on three types of honey during the Crestview Public Librarys April 29 beekeeping program. Taylor is the son of Neal and Kim Kolb of Crestview. HONEY FROM THE BEES PHILLIP SEKOU GLASSStorytellerMay 7-9, 2014

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HEALTHPage A3Special to the News BulletinA gas explosion at a Pensacola jail resulting in hundreds of injuries has spurred the need for more blood donors, health of cials said. OneBlood staffers ask that all donors living in areas unaffected by hazardous weather donate as soon as possible to help ensure the local supply remains strong. While all blood types are needed, people with Rh negative type blood and platelets donors are in the highest demand. Blood donated today will likely be transfused within two to three days, OneBlood staffers said. Generally healthy people age 16 or older who weigh at least 110 pounds can donate blood. Learn more about donation at www. oneblood.org. FROM STAFF REPORTSPoor water ratings due to recent ooding, health department statesDue to recent rainfall and ooding in our area, the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County has issued poor advisory ratings for all sites in the Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program. The advisories, issued out of caution, will remain until further notice. These areas present potential health risks to the bathing public: Lincoln Park, Valparaiso; Poquito Park, Shalimar; Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park, Niceville; Liza Jackson and Garniers Parks, Fort Walton Beach; Gulf Islands National Seashore, East Pass, Emerald Promenade, Marler Park and Wayside Park, all on Okaloosa Island; Clement E. Taylor Park, Henderson Beach, and James Lee Park, all in Destin. Call 689-7859 or 833-9247 for more information.Cosmetic session for women with cancer set May 12Look Good Feel Betters next session is 1-3 p.m. May 12 at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, Classroom B, third oor, 1000 Mar Walt Drive, Fort Walton Beach. Advance registration is required to provide cosmetics that match your skin tone. This group program is open to all women with cancer who receive chemotherapy, radiation or other treatments. Call the American Cancer Society, 1-800227-2345, for details.The American Nurse Healing America screening set May 19Northwest Florida State College will participate in the nationwide screening of The American Nurse: Healing America, a documentary by photojournalist and lmmaker Carolyn Jones. The lm starts at 7:30 p.m. May 19 at the Mattie Kelly Arts Centers main stage theater on the Niceville campus. Admission is $8 general public, $5 for those in the nursing profession (RN, LPN or CNA license) and free to NWF State College students with ID. Ticket sales will help defray the lms cost and support NWF State College Nursing programs. Contact the Box Of ce, 729-6000, or purchase at www. MattieKellyArtsCenter.org. Box Of ce hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 6-7:30 p.m. the night of the lm presentation.Free training on domestic violence, mental health setShelter House and the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence will offer free training later this month. The session, titled, Exploring the Intersection of Family Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, will take place 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. May 20 at Embassy Suites in Destin. Cathy Cave from the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, and Olga Trujillo, an attorney, author and national trainer and speaker, will speak for advocates, case workers, law enforcement personnel and therapists. Participants will examine a lived experience of violence, trauma and mental health concerns that may arise. Attendees will learn about traumas impact on the brain and how they can respond to survivors in more effective ways. Pre-registration is required at www.fcadv.org, click on Training, or call Shelter House, 243-1201.WIC program transitions from paper to card systemThe Women, Infants and Children program has transitioned to an electronic bene ts transfer, or EBT, system, according to the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County. WIC now uses an electronic card, much like a credit or debit card, rather than paper checks. EBT gives greater exibility in redeeming bene ts, faster checkout times and increased bene t security, according to a WIC spokesperson. WIC, with Crestview and Fort Walton Beach of ces, provides healthy food, breastfeeding support, nutrition education and counseling to families that meet program guidelines. Call the Crestview WIC of ce, 689-7808; or the Fort Walton Beach of ce, 833-9254, for details. BRIEFS Urgent need for blood following explosion DONATIONS NEEDED May 7-9, 2014

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I would like for the attendees quality of life to be enriched through the realization that dedicated law enforcement of cers are always on post and ready to protect (citizens) with their very lives, Taylor said in an email. Following the ceremony, attendees can tour the department building that adjoins the auditorium to see front-entrance renovations and the departments records space. Special to the News BulletinThe 2014 Farm Bill has opened registration for the following programs: Livestock Forage Disaster Program: for eligible livestock producers who experienced qualifying grazing losses for covered livestock on native land, improved pastureland or land planted for grazing. Livestock of beef, dairy, buffalo/beefalo, sheep, goats, deer, equine, swine, elk, poultry, alpacas, emus and llamas are covered. Okaloosa county has quali ed for grazing loss due to recent drought. Livestock Indemnity Payments Program: for deaths exceeding normal mortality due to adverse weather and attacks by animals reintroduced into the wild by the federal government or protected by federal law. Such losses are retroactive to Oct. 1, 2011. Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm Raised Fish Program: provides assistance for livestock grazing, feed and death losses; honeybee feed, colony and hive losses; and sh feed and death losses due to disease, adverse weather or other conditions such as wild res. Tree Assistance Program: helps eligible orchardists and nursery tree growers to replant or rehabilitate trees, bushes and vines lost due to a natural disaster that occurred after Oct. 1, 2011. The individual stand must have sustained a loss or damage exceeding 18 percent. Trees grown for pulp or timber are ineligible. Okaloosa producers must meet nancial and other requirements to apply for Farm Service assistance. Leases are required for program participation. Call the Farm Service Agencys Okaloosa County of ce, 934 N Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, at 682-2416, for more information. Northwest Florida State College students Karen and Richard Strong are passionate about education. The Holt area couple are working toward their Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, according to an NWF State spokesperson. Despite having earned a number of certi cates and degrees, Richards going for one last degree this time, public safety and his wife, who already had an associate degree, will receive her B.A.S. in human resources. Continuing their education wasnt a hard sell, they said. Its so true, Richard told the college spokesperson, that he has a message to young people: basically, stay in school, work hard and go to college. (Read more about the Strongs on Page B3 .) It makes sense. United States citizens earning less than a high school diploma potentially earn less than those with additional education and certi cations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics latest data. Check out these median weekly earnings, according to the BLS: Less than a high school diploma, $472 High school diploma, $651 Some college, no degree, $727 Associate degree, $777 Bachelors degree, $1,108 Masters degree, $1,329 Professional degree, $1,714 Doctoral degree, $1,623 Not only that, the unemployment gap narrows as education heightens. Unemployment rate by education is as follows, according to the BLS: Less than a high school diploma, 11 percent High school diploma, 7.5 percent Some college, no degree, 7 percent Associate degree, 5.4 percent Bachelors degree, 4 percent Masters degree, 3.4 percent Professional degree, 2.3 percent Doctoral degree, 2.2 percent Granted, your pre-tax income may not look like this despite all your degrees. And if youre a millenial, it might be more dif cult to get a job due to several factors. Time Magazine cites a survey by the Workforce Solutions Group at St. Louis Community College; according to results, 60 percent of employers said applicants just lack basic job skills. So they might have the education, but they cant communicate effectively, dress or act professionally. In a past job, I dealt with that a lot: Thinking that being asked to perform a task was an option. Reporting to work in ipops or glassy-eyed. Bemoaning bills, birth control and other personal issues that have no place of discussion in a workplace. Not completing tasks or at out telling a supervisor, Im not doing this, but Im doing this... (Cant stress enough how this was another job in another state.) Ive read stories in trade magazines about millenials bringing their parents to a job interview. Its what happens when you win a trophy for being a part of the team or get a gold star just for being special i.e., without having earned it. (OK, that last parts just my soapbox.) Just some thoughts to ponder. In other words, back to the daily grind and usual problems, which might be a refreshing change after the unusual destruction we witnessed during last weeks record ooding. Well be following up on that, by the way. But as of this writing, theres no new information on expected costs to repair damaged roads. Whats your view? Write a letter to the editor or tweet News Bulletin Editor Thomas Boni @cnbeditor. FROM THE EDITORS DESKTaking education seriously, behaving professionally can pay THOMAS BONIEditor-in-ChiefRelay For Life luminaria sales support Sharing And CaringBecause of the generosity of everyone who participated in the 2014 Relay For Life luminaria ceremony, we were able to donate 671 canned goods to Sharing And Caring of Crestview. The donations will go a long way to help meet the needs of people in our community who cannot make it entirely on their own. Thanks to Thomas Boni and the Crestview News Bulletin for helping get the word out.Rose Campau2014 Luminaria chairTricycle theft particularly affects 11-year-oldDear editor: On April 25, someone came into our yard and stole my granddaughter Alexis adult tricycle. I know a stolen bike, to some of you, is no big deal; it can be replaced. But to an 11-year-old autistic child, that is not so; it cannot be replaced. That bike was hers and only hers. She is so heartbroken over this I cannot even explain. Please all we want is her pride and joy back. (See a photo of the tricycle at www.facebook. com/crestview.bulletin) If you see it, please call us, 912339-7471 or 912-339-7429, anytime! Please help us.Debra CampioneCrestview HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY?The Crestview News Bulletin regularly publishes readers thoughtful and humorous comments posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the discussion at facebook.com/crestview.bulletin or tweet @cnbulletin. posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the CLARIFICATIONAn article in the May 3-6 Crestview News Bulletin stated that Crestview residents and businesses will soon be able to pay city bills and fees online by summers end. An online bill payment option is already available, but the option of automatic, monthly electronic fund transfers is not, according to City Clerk Betsy Roy. That new service is expected by the summers end. We are happy to clarify the record. BUSINESS TONY TAYLOR MARK BROADHEAD WANT TO GO?WHAT: Law Enforcement Memorial and Appreciation ceremony WHEN: 5:30 p.m. tomorrow WHERE: Warriors Hall Auditorium, 201 Stillwell Blvd., Crestview MEMORIAL from page A1into effect after remaining tenants have vacated, McKinnon said, adding that he expects an early 2015 opening after six months of renovations. Growth of the St. Mark UMC campus on PJ Adams Parkway spurred church leaders decision to add a third campus, he said. On average, the church has 600 in attendance on Sundays. The PJ Adams location is receiving a $1.25 million renovation to add more sanctuary seating, parking, classrooms and a childrens playground. North Crestview is booming; we have a lot of members who already live in that area, McKinnon said. UMC from page A1Update bene ciary designations, avoid problemsYou might not enjoy thinking about estate plans, but such planning is necessary to ensure your assets go where you want them to go. Its important to regularly review your plans with your tax, legal and nancial professionals. You might be surprised by how many nancial assets and legal documents have bene ciary designations tied to them. If you have an IRA, a 401(k) or other employersponsored retirement plan, a life insurance policy, an annuity, a transfer-on-death (TOD) arrangement, or any of a variety of other assets or accounts, you almost certainly named a bene ciary. This designation offers a simple, direct and ef cient way to transfer assets to loved ones. As time goes by, you may experience many life changes and thats when bene ciary designations may need to follow. If you are like many people, you might forget to update these designations after a marriage, divorce or other change in your family situation. And because the bene ciary designation is a legally binding document, the asset will go to the person you once named as a bene ciary, regardless of your current relationship status. It takes little effort to review your accounts and legal arrangements to ensure bene ciary designations are current and if they arent, its pretty easy to change them. For some nancial accounts, you may be able to update the bene ciary designations online. Just plan on reviewing your bene ciary designations regularly, but especially when you experience a life change. In addition, ensure your bene ciaries know they will eventually receive your 401(k), IRA, life insurance proceeds or other assets that require a bene ciary designation. This knowledge may help them as they plan and maintain their own nancial and investment strategies. Although its important to update your bene ciary designations and communicate your actions, you need to tend to other areas of your estate planning, such as providing care for minor children or dependents, deciding whom you want to receive items that dont carry a bene ciary designation, naming someone to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated, and specifying the control you wish bene ciaries to have over their inheritance, among other considerations. Everyones situation is different, so consult with your legal adviser to determine the level of estate planning you require. Joe Faulk is a nancial adviser. Registration opens for Farm Service requests FINANCIAL FOCUS JOE FAULKFinancial Focus

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Expires5/30/2014 Expires5/30/2014 Expires5/30/2014 FREEI Save $800.00 Special Financing Options FREE Expires5/30/2014 Page A5A potential problem with doing a stage production based on a popular TV series is that no matter how great the cast, audiences, familiar with someone else having established the role, know its not really them. Fortunately, most audience members at opening night of Happy Days, a Crestview High School drama program production, didnt mind that Wesley Barlow, Alec West, Katie Rocha, Sea Rush, et. al., werent Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Marion Ross and Tom Bosley, et. al. There was no need anyway. Happy Days, as Calvin Stewart, an observant 7-year-old said, was a real old show, like from the 90s. Well, it was really from the 1970s and 80s, but those distant decades tend to blur together, especially for younger audience members such as Calvin, who was there with his mom, Joy, to applaud his sister, Catherine, who played one of the Calendar Girls. The weekend production was a fun romp thanks to an energetic cast of 37 thespians. Two performances stuck out: one that I anticipated and one that was a pleasant surprise. As Pinky Tuscadero, senior Angeles Alexander gave her high school farewell performance all its worth, belting out numbers including Message in the Music and Legend in Leather, with a hint of a young Aretha. Ill miss her, along with Wesley Barlow, whose Arthur Fonzie Fonzarelli had enough Henry Winkler to satisfy the TV shows enthusiasts, but plenty of Wesley to make the role his own. It was his performance that surprised me. Particularly since he put it together in just three weeks after the original actor dropped out of the show. Alec Wests Richie Cunningham was a wonderful study in a high school senior discovering that sometimes the world isnt quite what it should be. Kudos also to Michael Brooks and Zac Sticha as the Malachi brothers Myron and Jumpy, respectively, whose antics and Michaels oversized sombrero provided laughs whenever the duo hit the stage. Katie and Sean as Richie Cunninghams parents were delightfully reliable, even if in his heavy glasses and slicked back hair, Sean reminded me of Corey Feldman in his Stand By Me years. The series fans enjoyed many inside gags, such as: Quinn McCardie, Dyrell Jenkins and Jacob Smith as Potsie, Chachi and Ralph, making an entrance while singing the Laverne and Shirley theme. Henry Winklers glossy still as the original Fonz decorating the wall of Arnolds malt shop Joanie, winningly played by Dominique Acol, saying, Fonzie hasnt been the same since he jumped that shark. Kudos to the CHS drama program for capping a stressful, stormlled week with Happy Days. After last weeks rains, it felt great to sit back, laugh and say, Goodbye gray skies, hello blue. SPRING CHORUS CONCERT: 7 p.m. May 8, Crestview High School Pearl Tyner Auditorium. Crestview Highs chorus performs a concert of classical, Broadway, pop and folk selections. Admission: $5 adults, $2 students. Details: 689-7328. THE PARTY SCREENING: 11:30 a.m. May 10, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Watch the rollicking 1968 Peter Sellers comedy, introduced by News Bulletin Arts and Entertainment Editor Brian Hughes. Bring a picnic lunch. Details: 682-4432. BALLET TRAINEE AND COMPANY AUDITIONS: 9 and 10:30 a.m. May 10, Northwest Florida Ballet, 310 SE Perry Ave., Fort Walton Beach. For talented students seeking intensive preprofessional training in dance and performance. Trainee program dancers must be at least 10 years old and have three years formal training or be a current Acadmie fthgrader. Company applicants must be at least 13 and have at least six years of formal training, including two years of pointe. Audition fee: $20. Students must register in advance. Details: Rhonda Starnes, 664-7787. VIOLIN PERFORMANCE: 6-8 p.m., May 12, Crestview Public Library. Violinist Meagan Jackson performs classical and Celtic selections. Free. THROUGH JUNE: New exhibits at the Crestview Public Library include Dannis Youngs examples of woodturning in the lobby display cases and lm posters from 1960s comedies loaned by private collectors hanging on the north wall. Let the community know about your arts or entertainment event. Submit listings to brianh@ crestviewbulletin.com or call 682-6524. REVIEW ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR BRIAN HUGHES | News BulletinWesley Barlow, portraying Arthur Fonzie Fonzarelli, wearing the black leather jacket, sings Maybe Its Time I Moved On, backed by Alec West as Richie, Jacob Smith as Ralph, Quinn McCardie as Potsie and Dyrell Jenkins as Chachi. BRIAN HUGHESArts & Entertainment Editor FIND IT ONLINESee www.crestviewbulletin.com for photos from the opening night of Happy Days. 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Last summers heavy rain and stress from Januarys icy weather have contributed to widespread take-all root rot. The culprit? A soil-inhabiting fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis var. graminis that causes leaf color loss and yellow grass patches ranging from a few inches to more than 15 feet in diameter. Symptoms appear in the spring, but the disease can persist all summer and survive winter. Over time, the entire area dies as the root system rots away. TAKING ACt T ION When disease occurs, raise the cutting height. Scalping grass damages the growing point; raising cutting height increases the green plant tissue available for photosynthesis, resulting in more energy for turfgrass growth and subsequent disease recovery. If an area of the lawn has an active fungus, washing or blowing off the mower after use will reduce the diseases spread to unaffected areas. The amount of water and timing of its application can prevent or contribute to disease development. Most fungal pathogens that cause leaf diseases require free water rainfall, irrigation, dew on the leaf to initiate the infection process. Still, irrigating daily for a few minutes is not benecial for turfgrass it does not provide enough water to the root zone but it does benet turfgrass pathogens. So you should irrigate when dew is present, usually between 2 and 8 a.m., and only apply enough water to saturate the turfgrass root zone. BENEFICIAL NUt T RIENt T S Excessively high nitrogen fertility contributes to turfgrass diseases, so you should apply the minimum amount required for the grass species. Potassium (K), key in disease prevention, prevents plant stress. Applying equal amounts of nitrogen and potassium is recommended for turfgrass health. When disease damages turfgrass roots, it is benecial to apply nutrients in a liquid solution. However, nitrate-nitrogen increases diseases severity, so avoid its use when possible. Ammonium-containing fertilizers are preferred nitrogen sources. Heavy liming has also been linked to take-all root rot increase. Since most turfgrasses can tolerate a range of pH, maintaining soil at 5.5 to 6.0 can suppress the pathogens development. When the disease is active, frequent foliar applications of small amounts of nutrients are necessary to keep the turfgrass from declining. Additional maintenance practices are thatch removal and reduction of soil compaction. FF ERt T ILIZING HAb B It T S Applying azoxystrobin, fenarimol, myclobutanil, propiconazole, pyraclostrobin, thiophate methyl and triadimefon and excessively irrigating newly laid sod can help prevent disease development. Ideally, the turf area should be mowed and irrigated prior to fungicide application. Unless the product needs to be watered in, do not irrigate for at least 24 hours after a chemical treatment. Do not mow at least 24 hours to avoid removal of the product attached to leaf blades. Since recovery of takeall damaged turfgrass is often poor, complete renovation of the lawn may be necessary. Removal of all diseased tissue is advised. As a native, soil-inhabiting pathogen, take-all rootrot cannot be eliminated. But suppression of the organism through physical removal, followed by proper cultivation of the new sod, is critical to establishing a new lawn. Turfgrass management practices, not chemicals, offer the best control of the disease. Sheila Dunning is an agent at the University of Floridas Extension ofce in Crestview. www.crestviewbulletin.com email:news@crestviewbulletin Pleaseprovideacolorphotographifpossible. Allinformationmustbetyped. Informationmustbesubmittedby 11amMondayforWednesdayspaper and11amThursdayforSaturdayspaper. OFCRESTVIEW MEMBERFDIC YourHometownBankSince1956! our Hometown Bank Since 1956! 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The team also brought home these awards: First-place awards: senior hunter under saddle, senior hunt seat equitation, handy hunter, rst-level dressage, junior hunter showmanship, saddleseat type gelding, saddleseat equitation and saddleseat road hack. Second-place awards: senior hunter showmanship, working hunter, junior hunter under saddles, junior hunt seat equitation, junior equitation over fences, senior ranch riding, ranch ground handling, hunt seat equitation, pony hunter under saddle, junior saddleseat showmanship and junior training level dressage. Third-place award: junior hunter hack. The show, which included participants from Escambia to Leon counties, took place April 12 and 13. SSHEILA DUNNINGExtension Connection EXTENSION CONNECTIONHigh rainfall, ice storm bring take-all root rot SS PECIAL tT O tT HE NN Ew W S BULLEt T IN Okaloosa County residents Annie Cooke, Emily Stuckey, Kelvin Williamson, Klarissa Williamson, Lily Hall, Jordan Harkins and Alexandria Cooke, back row, with Keenan Williamson, front row, attended the Area A 4-H Horse Show recently in Marianna. Okaloosa County 4-H members celebrate horse show medalsA6 | Crestview News Bulletin May 7-9, 2014

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LocalCrestview News Bulletin | A7May 7-9,2014 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuanttotheFloridaStatutesandLand UseRegulationsoftheCityCodeandOperatingPoliciestheretothatthe LocalPlanningAgencywillconductapublichearingonTuesday,May 20,2014at6:00p.m.intheCouncilChambers,198NorthWilsonStreet, Crestview,Florida,toconsiderandmakerecommendationstotheCity Councilregardingtherequestsforrezoningasshownbelow. epurposeofthePublicHearingistoreceivecommentsandmakedecisionsregardingtheabovematters.eapplications,exhibitsandlocationmapsareavailableforpublicinspectionduringnormalbusinesshours attheAdministrativeServicesDepartment,CityHall,198NorthWilson Street,Crestview,Florida,from7:30a.m.to5:00p.m.,Mondaythrough ursday.Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingandbeheardor submitwrittencommentstotheAdministrativeServicesDepartmentpriortothehearingorbothregardingtherequests. Requestfortherezoningofparcelsbeingidentied as: AllofBeaverCreekSubdivision,PhaseV,being3.15 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook16, Page86,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty, Floirda AllofCountryview7thAdditionSubdivision,being 11.65acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlat Book16,Pages9and10,ofthePublicRecordsof OkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofCountryview8thAdditionSubdivision,being 10.2acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlat Book17,Pages14and15,ofthePublicRecordsof OkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofCountryview9thAdditionSubdivision,being 10.44acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlat Book17,Pages48and49,ofthePublicRecordsof OkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofCrestwoodManorSubdivision,being3.71 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook17, Pages48and49,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosa County,Florida. AllofEaglesLandingTownhomes,being55.95acres, accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook17,Pages 48and49,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty, Florida. AllofGartmanTownhomes,being0.75acre, accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook20, Page59,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty, Florida. AllofSixthAdditiontoNorthviewEstates Subdivision,being1.20acres,accordingtotheplat recordedinPlatBook14,Pages50and51,ofthe PublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofParkPlaceVSubdivision,being24.29acres, accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook14, Page29,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty, Florida. AllofRidgeCrestPhaseISubdivision,being31.89 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook21, Pages12and13,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosa County,Florida. AllofRidgeCrestPhaseIISubdivision,being34.18 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook21, Pages96,97and98,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosa County,Florida. AllofSouthwayEstatesSubdivision,being12.58 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook12, Page15,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty, Florida. AlloftheFirstAdditiontoSouthwayEstates Subdivision,being8.38acres,accordingtotheplat recordedinPlatBook11,Page66,ofthePublic RecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. AlloftheSecondAdditiontoSouthwayEstates Subdivision,being11.89acres,accordingtothe platrecordedinPlatBook12,Page16,ofthePublic RecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofWalshGlenEstatesSubdivision,being25.76 acres,accordingtotheplatrecordedinPlatBook24, Pages35and36,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosa County,Florida. Lots21through25,inclusively,ofValleycreek Townhomes,aplannedunitdevelopment,according totheplatrecordedinPlatBook16,Page88,ofthe RecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. Lots1through6,BlockA,inclusively,andLots 1through4,inclusively,andLot10,BlockBof theValleycreekSubdivision,accordingtotheplat recordedinPlatBook18,Page45,ofthePublic RecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. Lots1through10,BlockA,inclusively,ofShoal TerraceEstatesSubdivision,accordingtotheplat recordedinPlatBook11,Page32ofthePublic RecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. AllofBethelridgeSubdivision,Phase1,accordingto theplatrecordedinPlatBook10,Page100,ofthe PublicRecordsofOkaloosaCounty,Florida. AlloftheConservation/Wetland/WildlifePreserve AreaslocatedwithintheCommonAreasofRolling RidgeSubdivisionandonLots2through11,Lot 17,Lot44,Lots50and51,Lots53and54,Lots58 through61,Lots63and64,Lot70,Lots83and84, Lots88and89,Lot140,Lot142,Lot144,Lots147 through150,Lots155and156andLots160though 166ofRollingRidgeSubdivision,accordingtothe platrecordedinPlatBook23,Pages14,15,16,17, 18,19,20and21,ofthePublicRecordsofOkaloosa County,Florida.ParcelsidentiedbyParcelIdenticationNumbers31-4N-23-0000-0003-001A,owner:MarieR Clum;31-4N-23-0000-0003-010A,owner: BelindaColclasure32-4N-23-0000-0028-001A, owner:omasM&LaurieSadilek;aportionof 32-4N-23-2233-000A-0390lyingwithintheCity Limits,owner:LindaEandOlanBryant;20-3N23-1090-00060010,ownerMarieK.Bowman, Trustee;17-3N-23-2490-0114-0050,owner:Paul ABarto;17-3N-23-2490-0114-0110,owner: TerryL.Brackney,Trust;17-3N-23-2490-01140080,owner:AndrewJ&BessieOrsa;17-3N23-2490-0113-0010,owner:JoshuaP&DianaL Hill;17-3N-23-2490-0113-0020,owner:Robert LMccloskey;17-3N-23-2490-0113-004A,owner: TimothyPWhiteSr;17-3N-23-2490-0113-0050, owner:28.51OkaloosaIILLC;17-3N-23-24900113-006E,owner:FredW&BettyPKaucher; 17-3N-23-2490-0113-006A,owner:Tomkat ServicesInc;17-3N-23-2490-0113-00A0,owner, ShirleyFKilpatrickTrust;17-3N-23-2490-0113004B,owner:DavidSmithDevInc;17-3N-232490-0113-004C,owner:LanaLHester; 17-3N-23-2490-0113-00B0,owner:CurtisR& DorothyRBolton; 17-3N-23-2490-0113-006B,owner:RubySteele &SettlesRonnie;17-3N-23-2490-0113-003A, owner:ChristineAWiesen;17-3N-23-24900112-0150,owner:BillyF&MaryABrown; 17-3N-23-2490-0112-0160,owner:TWilhelm &MDavisTrust;17-3N-23-2490-0112-0070, owner:MavisG&JerryCain;17-3N-232490-0112-0080,owner:RussellE&ReginaL Moorman;17-3N-23-2490-0112-0110,owner: KolmetzFamilyTrust;17-3N-23-2490-01120010,owner:MarkA&GloriaKFrazier;36-3N24-00000001-0040,owner:AddisonPlaceLLC; 32-3N-23-0000-0030-0000,owner:MichaelJ& DonnaDMihalcik;32-3N-23-0000-0011-0010 &32-3N-23-0000-0011-001A,ownerR&D DevelopmentInc;17-3N-23-2490-0152-0040, owner:BenjaminDSmith;17-3N-23-24900155-0120,owner:RaybonDevelopmentLLC; 08-3N-23-0000-0087-0000,owner:BennyR& AliceLClayton;31-4N-23-0000-0003-0000,and 31-31-4N-23-0000-0003-0100ownedbyPhilDirtIndustries,Inc;17-3N-23-2490-0113-006D, Owner:MichaelLehman&KarenJ&AmandaJ Moore. ForinformationconcerningitemswithintheRezoningrequest,please contacttheStaat850-689-1619extension240orgis@cityofcrestview.org. Anypersonrequiringaspecialaccommodationatthishearingbecauseof adisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontacttheCityClerk'soceat (850)682-1560atleastve(5)calendardayspriortothehearing. IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheAgencywithrespect toanymatterconsideredatthismeetingorpublichearing,suchperson willneedarecordoftheproceedingand,forsuchpurpose,suchperson mayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingismade, whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichtheappeal istobebased. March7,2014 PO#13739

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3 GATORS PLACE AT STATE TRACK MEETThree Baker School track and eld athletes placed during the Class 1A state meet on Friday at Jacksonville. Kaitlin Herring tied for eighth place in the girls high jump with a leap of 4-10. Jon Beck tied for sixth in the boys high jump, going 5-10, and Justin Shaw was eighth in the boys triple jump with a leap of 42-2.25. BULLDOg G S FALL TO C C HILES Crestview High Schools baseball team spotted host Chiles three runs in the rst inning and lost to the Timberwolves 3-2 on Saturday in the Class 7A region quarternals. The Bulldogs nish the season with a 14-14 record. BULLDOg G b B ASKETb B ALL FUNDRAISER IS M M AY 10 The Crestview High School boys and girls basketball teams are hosting a fundraiser basketball game between the Harlem Wizards and the Crestview All-Stars on Saturday, May 10 at the Crestview High gym. Game time is 5:30 p.m. with doors opening at 4 p.m. General admission is $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Reserved seats are $20 and $25 for Meet and Greet the Wizards at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are available at www.harlemwizards.com. AA MVETS P P OST 35 GOLF TT OURNAMENT IS M M AY 10 Crestview AmVets Post 35s four-person scramble golf tournament starts with sign-in at 7 a.m. May 10 at Foxwood Country Club, 4927 Antioch Road, Crestview. Shotgun start is at 8 a.m. Sign up through May 7. Cost is $45 for nonmembers; $35 for Foxwood members. Hole sponsorships are also available. Proceeds go toward scholarships for North Okaloosa County high school seniors, and one inhouse scholarship. Register at www. amvetspost35..com. Contact Cmdr. Craig Sarrassin, commander@ amvetspost35.com, or Rachael Bowles, canteen@ amvetspost35.com, or call 339-933-1342 for details. CHSCHS TAKINg G S S PORTS H H ALL OF FF AME NOMINATIONS Crestview High Schools athletic department is accepting 2014 Sports Hall of Fame nominations. Deadline is 2 p.m. May 9. Nominees must have good moral character, been out of high school at least 10 years and have veriable athletic accomplishments. Submit nominations to Coach Tim Hatten, tim. hatten@mail.okaloosa.k12. .us. YMCAYMCA ACCEPTINg G T T -b B ALL SIg G NUPS The Crestview Family YMCA is signing up 3to 6year-olds for T-ball season through May 16. Cost is $55 for YMCA members; $70 for nonmembers. Volunteer coaches are also wanted. The season runs June 2 through July 19. Go to the YMCA, 298 N. Wilson St., Crestview, or call 689-2999 for details. CC ARv V ER-H H ILL M M AY D D AY g G OLF TOURNAMENT SETThe ninth annual Carver-Hill May Day Festival four-man, low-ball golf tournament will take place 8 a.m. May 23 at Foxwood Country Club. Tournament cost is $45 per player. Mulligans are $1 each. Tournament proceeds will benet the Caroline J. Allen Scholarship Fund. Lunch will be provided and trophies and prizes presented. Hole sponsorships and donations for prizes are sought. Call Barrow Evans, 3684245, for more information. OO PERATION M M EDICAL C C ARE gG OLF TOURNAMENT SET The Belize Medical Mission golf tournament is 8 a.m. May 31 at Foxwood Country Club. The tournament helps offset the cost of volunteer doctors, nurses and other medical workers who annually visit Belize to care for more than 1,000 families. Cost of the tournament is $26 for Foxwood members and $36 for non members. Lunch is included in the registration fee. Deadline to register is May 20. Hole sponsorships also are available for $50, $100, $150 and $250. Go to the YMCA, 298 N. Wilson St., Crestview, or call 689-2999 for details. SRMSSRMS b B ASKETb B ALL CAMP Shoal River Middle School will host boys and girls basketball camps this summer for players ages 7-12. The boys camp runs June 16-19 with players ages 7-9 going from 8-10 a.m. Players ages 10 to 12 will go from 10 a.m.-noon. The girls camp will be June 23-26 with ages 7-9 having the 8-10 a.m. session followed by girls ages 10-12 from 10 a.m. to noon. Cost will be $40, which includes a camp T-shirt. RR EPORTINg G NEWS, CALENDAR ITEMS AND STORY SUgg GG ESTIONS The News Bulletin welcomes stories and announcements. Email sports-related stories and photos to Randy Dickson, randyd@ crestviewbulletin.com. Submission deadlines are 9 a.m. Monday for Wednesdays edition and 9 a.m. Thursday for Saturdays edition. Announcements publish according to available space. Theres an old black and white photo on my Facebook page that was taken 40 years ago this fall. I was somewhat younger and weighed about half of what I now weigh. In fact, the photo is the Gulf Breeze High School 1974 football team photo. Some of my coaches and teammates in that photo have passed away. In my mind, those coaches are still strong young men and those teammates are fuzzy-faced kids with worlds to conquer. Ive been thinking a lot about those guys the last few days as spring football started last week. Two teammates in that photo, Ken Hardy and Mort Deer, were my best friends in high school and we remain the very best of friends today. I still see other teammates from time to time at ball games or class reunions. Im Facebook friends with a lot of the guys and friends with other teammates wives not on Facebook. And then there is another group of guys; I look at their once familiar faces and try to recall a name or when I last saw them. Time has a way of rushing past and covering memories with passing years. The youngest of those teammates will turn 55 this year. Those old friendships and team bonds seem even more special now that we are all closer to the end than the beginning of the journey. In the last 40 years, Ive been a part of some great organizations in the workforce and in churches Ive attended. From a team perspective, none of those groups match the experience of being on my high school football team. Too often, clichs such as family, brotherhood and bond are used to express a groups unity. Those words didnt do justice to my high school football experience. My teammates and coaches were, and remain, my family and brothers in life. The coaches pushed us to nd something deep within that we didnt know we had as we pushed through grass drills before practice and wind sprints at the end of the day. When we were punished with extra running or extra hitting for missing an assignment on the eld, it was to strengthen our resolve, not to make the mistake again and to be a better teammate. I wont pretend there werent problems on my team or, for that matter, every team. Ive seen teammates ght each other after practice on Wednesday and stand together against a common opponent Friday night. Team members, like family members, might sometimes ght with each other, but they will always ght for each other against a common foe. Yes, I still miss playing football. And Id be willing to take the eld to practice a few more times just for the opportunity to hit someone and compete. But its the relationships with teammates and coaches I miss the most as I think about the start of spring football practice. Randy Dickson is the Crestview News Bulletins sports editor. Email him at randyd@ crestviewbulletin.com, tweet him @BigRandle, or call 682-6524.All about teammates www.crestviewbulletin.comMay 7-9, 2014 BPage 1Section IINSIDE More local news SPORTs S SPORTS SHORTS NORTHNORTH ENDEND ZONEONE Randy DicksonBy RANDY DICKSON682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKERAKER Austin Martin, a rising senior on Baker Schools football team, has already made his mark on both sides of the ball. Hes xing to be a three-year, two-way starter who has been a cornerstone in our program, Gator Coach Matt Brunson said. He does a great job of playing outside linebacker in our defense. Hes done a great job blocking when asked to block. Hes going to do a great job toting the ball this year. And we are looking forward to him having a great year. We now catch up with Austin Martin. Q: How old were you when you started playing football? AA : 4 years old. Q: What is the best part of football? AA : Hitting. Q: What is the worst part of football? AA : Running. Q: What are your expectations for this season? AA : To get better at what we are doing and getting into this new offense and try to get better. For the season I want to go 10-0 again and do better in the playoffs. Q: If you had to pick a sport other than football to play, what would it be? AA : Basketball because Ive played it almost just as long (as football). Q: What is your favorite football experience? AA : Playing linebacker, beating Northview last year and winning the district championship. Q: What are your hobbies outside football? AA : Fishing and riding (four wheelers). Q: What career do you want to pursue? AA : Engineering. Q: Do you want to play college football? AA : Yes. Probably Florida State because Ive liked Florida State my whole life. Q: What is your favorite movie? AA : The Wolf of Wall Street. Q: Who is your favorite singer? AA : Metallica. Q: What is your best memory of your time in high school? AA : Beating Northview. RANDYRANDY DICKSONDICKSON | News BulletinBaker School football player Austin Martin runs through an agility drill prior to Mondays spring football practice. AAUSTIN MMARTIN Catching up with Austin Martin 850-306-5386FULLYLICENSED&INSURED|CALL,TEXT,OREMAILLDERRICKJR@YAHOO.COM WedoGrading,Sod,Landscaping&AllLawnMaintenance PresentedbyProudSupportersofTheBakerGators! 850-306-5386 Too often, clichs such as family, brotherhood and bond are used to express a groups unity. Those words didnt do justice to my high school football experience.

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B2 | Crestview News Bulletin May 7-9,2014 www.kubota.comRealtreeisaregisteredtrademarkofJordanOutdoorEnterprises,Ltd. SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICEBy RANDY DICKSON682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BABAKERER Fourth-year Baker School football Coach Matt Brunson says he looks forward to this afternoon, when the Gators practice in full gear for the rst time this spring. Its going to be fun when we get in gear with these guys, he said. With hel mets and no gear (shoulder pads) on, all you can do is teach them and make sure they dont bump and bruise anybodys shoulders. But when we get the pads on them, we will start sorting them out (nding out who can play). The Gators opened spring practice on Friday at Doug Grifth Memorial Sta diums eld, which showed few signs of record ooding that soaked the area just two days before. The absence of starting quarterback Jon Beck and assistant coaches David Oglesby and Rusty Oglesby, who were at the state track meet, might have affected the practice more than the heavy rain two days earlier, Brunson indicated. Overall, our guys did well and it was important to get a rst day of no pads in so we can move toward getting in pads, Brunson said. It was a great rst day, he said, de spite the ood. Then again, he said, ... our learning and techniques are going to be ne be cause these kids have been working all the time (in P.E.).By RANDY DICKSON682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTCRESTVIEIEW Crestview High Schools football team gets a B for spring practice, Coach Tim Hatten said. It would be what I call an above-av erage practice, he said. Our enthu siasm and knowl edge of what we are doing is very good. Year two under Hatten got off to a strong start on Friday as the team moved briskly through a variety of drills. The practice was an ex tension of what the team has been doing in their football class period only with a full staff of coaches available to work the posi tion groups, Hatten said. Weve had them a season, so they just have to get a little bit better at some little things, he said. Some defensive per sonnel are trying to be two-way players for us. We are trying to make sure we maximize our talent. We are trying to do things that are conducive to being the best that we can be ... Hatten said the type of athletes on the team will allow him to open up the playbook and the Bulldogs will do things on offense he wasnt even able to the last several years he coach Pearl River Community College. Hatten likes quarter backs Corey Armstrong, Alex Maxwell and Rusty Moorer. Armstrong, a rising junior, took over as the starter halfway through last season. Maxwell started for the junior var sity and Moorer for the freshman team. Hatten is pleased with all three quarterbacks. To have three people that really understand what is going on (at quar terback) is just invalu able, he said. I think its going to make a world of difference. It always has with our offense coming back that second year. What we are doing is so simple, but you have to know what you are look ing at. I like the challenges we put in there for people, I really do. I think we are going to have a good com petitive team. PP HOTOS BY RANRAN DY Y DIC IC KSON SON | News BulletinLEFT: Baker quarterback David Oglesby breaks into the clear after getting past a defender. RIGHT: Josh Mayhew heads up the eld after catching a pass.Brunson anticipates practicing in gear, sorting players PP HOTOS BY RANRAN DY Y DIC IC KSON SON | News BulletinLEFT: Bulldog running back LaJonte Watson turns the ball upeld. RIGHT: Rising sophomore quarterback Rusty Moorer delivers a quick pass.Hatten: Bulldogs above average beginning spring practice I like the challenges we put in there for people, I really do. I think we are going to have a good competitive team. TT im HHatten Crestview High School football coach With helmets and no gear (shoulder pads) on, all you can do is teach them and make sure they dont bump and bruise anybodys shoulders. But when we get the pads on them, we will start sorting them out (nding out who can play). Matt BBrunson Baker High School football coach Sports

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Richard, a 29-year Air Force and National Guard veteran who already has numerous certi cates and degrees, said he wanted one nal degree to culminate his college education. In addition to her NWFSC studies, Karen is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in art at the University of West Florida and is on track to graduate next fall. Art is my passion, especially painting with oils, she said. I had my AA degree and knew I would enjoy working toward another degree in something I love so much. The couple hasnt formulated their post-graduation plans yet, but they do have a dream for the immediate future. We plan to buy an RV and do a lot of traveling, Richard said. We will be validating our lives from the seat of an RV. In the meantime, he wants to send a message to local students. If I could tell young people anything at all, it would be to get their education ... I would tell them to take high school seriously, not waste their time and go hard after a college education, Richard said. Their lives will be better for it. NWFSC will have two commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the Raider Arena. The rst ceremony begins at 10 a.m., the second at 1 p.m. FROM STAFF REPORTSNorth Okaloosa volunteers support Floridas conservation effortsVolunteers at USDAs Natural Resources Conservation Service allow the agency to stretch available resources, improve customer service and help the environment. And at least four North Okaloosa residents help fuel the effort. Susan Holley, Baker, and Mike Bailey, Rosa Williams and Reneshia Williams, Crestview, are on the Earth Team, the agencys volunteer organization. Team members help NRCS conservationists provide everything from conservation technical assistance to teaching and generating awareness about conservation through community projects and education. In 2013, volunteer hours at Florida NRCS of ces totaled more than 6,127. As a federal agency, that equals approximately $135,651 in bene ts to the federal government and its taxpayers. At many high schools and colleges throughout the country, students can get credit for courses or volunteer hours by working as an Earth Team volunteer. Email NRCSdistributioncenter@ ia.usda.gov to learn more about program involvement.Embry-Riddle registration opensRegistration for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universitys May 31 to Aug. 1 term is now open. The school offers associate, bachelor and masters degrees and is a proud supporter of active duty military and veterans. See http://worldwide.erau.edu or contact the Crestview campus, 306-1088 or Crestview@erau.edu, for details. Special to the News BulletinNorth Okaloosa residents among NWF State College award recipientsNorth Okaloosa students are among those that Northwest Florida State College honored for its 2013-14 academic year achievements. Recognized students are as follows: All Florida Academic Team member: Joshua Grif tts, Holt 2014 William T. Hall Pacesetter Award: Adrian Smith, Baker Early Childhood Education Honors student: Sharon Harris-Davis, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Cinema Appreciation: Amanda Holland, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Madrigal Singers: Elise Jenkins, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Theatre Performance: Naomi Campagne, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Visual Arts: Bettye Keefer, Crestview Outstanding Achievement in Jazz Ensemble: Derick Masters and Jared Porrata, Crestview; Kyle Polhlopek, Baker Phi Theta Kappa Ross Hamilton Participation Award: Ryan Bullard, Crestview RaiderRep WOW Award: Joshua Grif tts, Holt Rookie RaiderReps of the Year: Alexander Andrews, Crestview; Victoria Voorhees, Holt Phi Theta Kappa Ross Hamilton Participation Award: Ryan Bullard, Crestview Teacher Education Honor Student: Rebekah Marrero, Crestview Terri Lynne Lokoff/ Childrens Tylenol National Child Care Teacher Award: Sabine Claybrook, Crestview Whos Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges: Rachel Kristina Thames, Baker; Brandy Barger, Sabine Claybrook, Jessica Lynn Eynon, Sharon Harris-Davis, Kaili Johnson, Becky Moschino, Hannah Ott, Kayla Cheung, Rebecca Henry, Brian Warson, and Robin Whited, Crestview; Joshua Grif tts, Holt; and Hannah Day and Tracy Lynn Sowers, Laurel HillPKP Honor Society inducts 5 Crestview residentsCrestview residents Joseph Mays, Cedrick Peterson, Samantha Sleeman, Harrison Slayton and Sydney Pinkert have been initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phis University of West Florida chapter. Membership is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester hours, are eligible. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni with scholarly distinction. Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN NWFSC COMMENCEMENTWHEN: 10 a.m. for Associate of Arts and Florida High School Diploma; 1 p.m. for Certi cate, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science and Bachelor degree program graduates WHERE: Raider Arena, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville ONLINE: www.nwfsc.edu/Returning_ Students/Graduation.cfmNWFSC student: Go hard after a college educationHolt area couple, others to receive degrees May 10KAREN AND RICHARD STRONG

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LocalB4 | Crestview News Bulletin A patron chats with Crestview Boy Scout Troop 773 members who prepared and served Scout Cobbler. Nobodydeliverslikewedo.BrianHughes: CitizenDiplomat.ArtsyCultureVulture.ArtsandEntertainmentEditor.ReportingonNorthOkaloosaCountysgovernment,businessandculturaldevelopments mesheswellwithBrianspresidencyoftheCrestviewAreaSisterCityProgram. Sharingourregions joiedevivre (joyofliving)and hospitalit (hospitality)withfriends inNoirmoutier-en-lIle,France,comeseasybecauseofhiscommunityinvolvement. Inthestates,BrianstravelstakehimtolocalschoolsandtheCrestviewLibraryto makepresentationsontheWorldWarIIandEuropeantravels.Healsoservesasan elderattheLaurelHillPresbyterianChurch. Becauseofouremployees,wedelivermore thanthenewstoCrestview.Itsjustanother waythatwereconnectedtoourcommunity. AHalifaxMediaGroupCompany North county residents and visitors from Alabama and Pensacola stopped by Laurel Hill on Saturday for the Spring Arts and Heritage Festival. Singer and guitarist Aaron Overton shares tips with Collegiate High School senior Jordon Rogers.More sights from Arts and Heritage Festival Dracen Waters, 5, visits 5-month-old Gloustershire Old Spot pigs who visited from Grundel Hill Top Farm in Baker. More sights from Arts and Heritage Festival Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums leader Les Matheson chats with Margot Vickery, a Scotswoman who praised the band.Chasyanna Butler, 5, a student at Gordon Martial Arts, breaks a board held by Master Greg Bledsoe. Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN Wood craftsmen Dannis Young and Fred Gutshall share tips and tales about their woodturning experiences. May 7-9, 2014

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ClassifiedsCrestview News Bulletin |B5Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Legal # 20140336 Notice of Public Meeting Heritage Plantation Community Development District The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Estancia at Wiregrass Community Development District, which was originally scheduled on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. (CDT) has been changed to Friday, May 16, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. (CDT) at the office of Pelican Real Estate, 5210 S. Ferdon Boulevard, Crestview, Florida, 32536. The meeting is open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with provisions of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. The meeting may be continued in progress without additional notice to a time, date and location stated on the record. There may be occasions when one or more Supervisors will participate by telephone. Pursuant to provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations to participate in this meeting is asked to advise the District Office at (850) 334-9055, at least 48 hours before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service at 1(800) 955-8770, who can aid you in contacting the District Office. A person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting is advised that this same person will need a record of the proceedings and that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Debra Anderson District Manager 05/07/2014 Legal # 20140346 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2014-DR-411 IN RE: The Marriage of JENNIFER L. MALLARE, Petitioner/Wife, vs. MARCO O. MALLARE, Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: MARCO MALLARE 4291 HORSESHOE LANE HOLT, FLORIDA 32564 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on the Petitioner, JENNIFER L. MALLARE, by and through the undersigned counsel, Stanley K. Luke, P.O. Box 776, Crestview, Florida 32536 on or before May 30, 2014, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 101 East James Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. REALPROPERTY: N/A OTHER PROPERTY: 2005 HONDACIVIC 2010 HONDACRV Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: April 8, 2014. DON HOWARD CLERK OF COURT By: Kathryn Brown Deputy Clerk 04/23/2014 04/30/2014 05/07/2014 05/14/2014 Legal # 20140362 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 46-2012-CA-004475F BANK OF AMERICA, N.A; Plaintiff, Vs. TYLER J. NICHOLS AKATYLER NICHOLS, ET.AL; Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Default Final Farm DirectCentipede, Zoysia, St Augustine and Bermuda We Deliver & Install Call 850-244-6651 Suncoast Sod Farms Text FL73694 to 56654 THE APPLE TREE PRESCHOOL Now Registering for Fall Classes Ages 1-5 years Full and Part time placement available 101 Brookmeade Dr. Crestview, FL 32539 850-689-3899 These tiny ads sell, hire, rent and inform for thousands of families each week.Let a little Classified ad do a big job for you.

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ClassifiedsB6| Crestview News Bulletin Wednesday, May 7, 2014 6518669 Admin/ClericalFront DeskGrowing financial company in the Destin area is seeking a dependable person to manage the front desk at its corporate office. Excellent people and customer service skills are a must. The position will also involve bookkeeping duties. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with small business bookkeeping systems such as Peachtree and QuickBooks. Send resume and cover letter to: info@hcbfinancialcorp.com Web ID#: 34286955 Install/Maint/RepairDock WorkerThe Northwest Florida Daily News is looking for a full time dock worker. The ideal candidate is someone who can work in a fast paced environment, able to multi task, a self starter and willing to work early morning hours and weekends. The majority of the work is conducted in Fort Walton Beach, but may require you to travel to the Destin location. The applicant must have a current drivers license. The Northwest Florida Daily News is a drug free work place. Send resumes to: P.O. Box 2949, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549 or email to ehypes@nwfdailynews.com No phone calls. Web ID#: 34288384 SalesMulti-Media Advertising Sales Exciting Opportunity!!Find out why our team loves their job. Is it the exciting environment, the revenue rewards, the great benefits, or all of the above? The Northwest Florida Daily News is adding talented & motivated multi-media sales professionals to our advertising team. This position includes developing, presenting and closing sales for new and existing customers; providing advertising solutions to include print and digital to meet business customer needs that span all categories of small to medium local businesses. Presentations are made via in-person sales calls in the respective territories located in FWB We are seeking strong sales minded individuals who are able to manage multiple tasks, prospect for new business & offer excellent customer service. Requires valid drivers license. We offer base salary + commission and benefits, paid vacation, medical insurance, dental insurance, vision/hearing insurance, group life insurance, flexible spending accounts, 401K and more! Qualified applicants can apply by e-mailing resume, cover letter to ehypes@nwfdailynews.com The Daily News encourages applications from those with diverse backgrounds. The Daily News is a drug free environment Web ID#: 34282578 Training/EducationWant to be a CNA/ Phlebotomist?Dont want to wait? Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certifiedexpresstrainingservices.com Next class: 05/08/2014 Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 11, 2014., in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.okaloosa.realforeclose.co m, on May 14, 2014 the following described property: LOT 5, BLOCK 2, NORMANDYTERRACE SUBDIVISION, LOCATED IN SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ACCORDING TO THE MAPOR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 155, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.. Property Address: 2572 KINGSTON RD, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536 ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa.fl courts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand on 16 day of April, 2014. Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk of Court, Okaloosa County 04/30/2014 05/07/2014 Legal # 20140363 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 14-CP-303 IN RE: The Estate of THOMAS A. EDMUNDS, JR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of THOMAS A. EDMUNDS, JR., deceased, whose date of death was January 13, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Clerk of the Circuit Court, Okaloosa County Courthouse Extension, 1940 Lewis Turner Blvd., Ft. Walton Beach, FL32548. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedents Estate on whom a copy of this Notice is required to be served must file their claims with the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRSTPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF ACOPYOF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demand against Decedents Estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN .702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILLBE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SETFORTH ABOVE, ANYCLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is April 30, 2014. Personal Representative: Helen Smith 5301 Hare St. Lot 9. Crestview, FL32539 Attorney for Personal Representatives ANDREW A. WOOD, ESQ. Florida Bar No.: 722014 WOOD & ASSOCIATES, P.A. 980-AAirport Road Destin, Florida 32541 Telephone: (850)424-7467 Facsimile: (850)424-7468 E-Mail: drew@woodlawfl.com 04/26/2014 05/03/2014 Legal # 20140382 NOTICE OF SALE In accordance with Florida Statues, Keepsafe Storage, located at 101 Hospital Drive, Crestview, Florida will offer for sale to the highest bidder the household and other goods stored in the below listed units. Said goods are to be sold to recover the rents not paid by the tenants. Unit D36 -McDonald Unit B01 -Miles Unit E15 -Downs Unit D10 -Fairbanks Unit E22 -Ivers Units C68 and C50 Sewell Unit B20 -Howard Unit I09 -Holmes The sale shall take place on Fri., May 30, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. KeepSafe Storage 101 Hospital Dr Crestview, FL 32539. 05/07/2014 05/14/2014 ADOPT loving married couple seeks to adopt, will be hands on mom and dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)985-4592, Adam Sklar #0150789 Are you pregnant? Considering adoption? A childless, caring and loving, married couple seeks to adopt. Will be HANDS-ON mom and devoted dad. Financial security and emotional stability. All expenses paid. Call/Text Diane & Adam 1-800-790-5260. Devoted, Affectionate, Professional couple will help you, unconditionally love. Hands on with your baby. Maintain contact. Allowed expenses paid. Doug & Liz 866-777-9344 -Susan Stockman-FL # 0342521 FOUND: Black and Grey Female Tabby Cat. 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Large yard, pets & smoking o.k. $850 mo 850-682-5614 or 850-549-8759 Extended Family Home Parents/ Children/ GrandchildrenOPEN HOUSESat-Sun Noon-4pm 3690 Hwy 90 E Crestview 32539 5800 sq ft total Main House -5/3 Guest House -3/1 Pool -3 kitchens 2200 sq ft storage 850 682-4994 Individual wants to buy house for investment. 850-651-0987 Text FL87897 to 56654 LOANS FOR LANDLORDS! We Finance From 5-500 Units As Low As 5.5 %. 1-4 Fam, Townhome, Condos OK. Contact B2R: 1-855-940-0227 www. B2RFinance.com RETIRE TO Kentuckys BlueGrass Country! Enjoy maintenance free living! BRAND NEW LUXURY HOMES Beautiful 3 BR, 3 BA, 1,800 sf, from the low $200s. Lowest price per sq ft in the area! Mild climate, low taxes, minutes to shopping, dining, medical & Keeneland Horse Racing. Perfect for retirement/ 2nd home. Call now for details: 877-333-2412, Ext. 121 SugarTreeHomes.com Quitting Racing2 Dragsters, Trailers, & Equipment. Many Spare Parts. 355 Chev Circle Track Motor. Turbo Hayabusa Motor. 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