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AUGUST 27-29, 2014 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 BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW City Councilman Joe Blockers perception of Dr. Naomi Barnes surpasses her professional title. Its hard for me to call this lady doctor, he said. To me, its Sister Barnes. Her heart is for other people. To know this lady is to love her. Other city leaders agreed. I praise the Lord we have you in our schools and community, Councilman Mickey Rytman said during a Monday ceremony recognizing her as Citizen of the Year. Im happy we have citizens like you who step forward even when theyre not called upon, Council President Shannon Hayes said. Before Barnes appeared in the City Council Chamber that evening, she had been up since 6 a.m. doing what she always does: supporting other people. A volunteer with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, she spent Monday morning making the rounds of Crestview High School, Davidson and Shoal River Middle Schools, and Richbourg E.S.E. School. At each she joined Christian student athletes for morning prayers around the schools agpoles. The retired educator, a former Southside Elementary School teacher, is modest about her countless hours of volunteerism in Crestview. My job is to do the will of the Father, she said. I had a grandma who told me, If you cant do good, dont do nothin at all. DO SOMETHING As Mae Reatha Coleman the citizen of the year recognitions namesake lauded the honorees dependability, she presented Barnes with gifts provided by Glitz and Glitter, the Jewelry Garden, Applebees and Ryans Family Steakhouse, Mae. When I need something in the community, I call Sister and Brother (Felton) Barnes, Coleman said. I never heard anybody who moans and groans do anything. Its the people like her who get up and move. Future Mae Reatha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year Award recipients also will be expected to have been active in the community, Coleman said. Its an award that you work for, she said. Get out and do something. Lets see what we can do for our community. But we cant do it staying at home. BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin Dr. Naomi Barnes, center right, receives the Mae Reatha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year Award. With her, from left, are Mayor David Cadle, Councilman Mickey Rytman, Council President Shannon Hayes, award namesake Coleman, Councilmen Joe Blocker and Tom Gordon, and City Clerk Betsy Roy. Still no FEMA funding By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW The Okaloosa County Public Works Departments roads division is narrowing the list of road repairs eligible for FEMA funding following Aprils ooding. It includes 36 projects with 19 showing 100 percent completion. Seven projects are listed in near completion, ranging from 85 to 95 percent. Wildwood Road in Crestview is listed at 50 percent completion. A number of projects including Oak Hill Road, Okaloosa Lane, Sexton Drive, Shoal River Drive, West Dodson Road, Auburn Road and Blueberry Lane are listed as incomplete. Repairing Oak Hill Road, which has two major problems Culvert overtopped, severe road damaged is estimated to cost $432,712, according to the document. Okaloosa Lane, at $500,000, has the highest estimation for repairs. Work on its dirt portion, which is complete, reportedly cost $90,481. The county is also looking to repair erosion at the Okaloosa County Jail parking lot, as one of the projects. City leaders propose $9,392 budget By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m LAUREL HILL The City Council is nalizing the 2015 scal year budget, and the proposal is down compared to last years budget. With expenses and revenues from the citys enterprise operating fund or water department and general operating fund, of cials expect less income. Last year, the city projected $22,666 in total income. This year, the city projects to earn $9,392. The decrease from the previous budget primarily comes from the countys local option fuel tax, Mayor Robby Adams said. Last years budget re ected the county commission-approved 3 cent fuel tax increase. Thirty-six percent of the fuel tax revenue bene ts Okaloosa County municipalities. RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY | Special to the News Bulletin These photos illustrate the lively changes volunteer teachers performed to transform Riverside Elementary Schools library into its Learning Commons. See story on page A7 THEN AND NOW: A C O L O R F U L CHANGE County: Postood road repairs ongoing ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com for a list of proposed FEMA projects to repair all of Okaloosa Countys storm-damaged roads See REPAIRS A4 TO KNOW THIS LADY IS TO LOVE HER ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com/photos for more images of Dr. Naomi Barnes receiving the Mae Reatha Coleman Crestview Citizen of the Year Award City, community leaders recognize Citizen of the Year Council reaches consensus to approve police raises LAW ENFORCEMENT, B2 EDUCATION, A5 Meet Antioch, Baker and Laurel Hills new teachers See www.crestviewbulletin.com for Okaloosa primary election results ELECTION 2014 North Okaloosa football guide: game schedules, team stats, rosters and one-on-one with coaches INSIDE KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 Quarterbacks face great expectations COREY ARMSTRONG Crestview JON BECK Baker PAGE 10 Picking the winners, 2 Davidson Middle School, 12 Baker School, 3-6 Crestview High School, 7-9 Shoal River Middle School, 14 Community . . . A2-3 Education . . . A5-7 Business . . . . . A3 Lifestyle . . . . . B3 Sports . . . . . B1-2 Classi eds . . . B5-6 GOVERNMENT ROBBY ADAMS Laurel Hill Mayor See BUDGET A4 ONLINE See www. crestviewbulletin.com to view Laurel Hills proposed scal year budget 39th Year, Number 69 BEFORE AFTER

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COMMUNITY www.crestviewbulletin.com August 27-29, 2014 A Halifax Media Group Company Thomas Boni: Editor Orator Home Chef. Thomas #1 priority is North Okaloosa County Along with writing his column, he makes decisions on the stories you will re ad in the paper Between deadlines and br eaking news, Thomas networks at Cr estview Ar ea Chamber of Commer ce br eakfasts, volunteers for Relay For Life and Covenant Hospice and visits with community clubs and or ganizations. After hours, he s a To astmaster and enjoys cooking. Because of our employees, we deliver mor e than news to Cr estview It s just another way wer e connected to our local communities. No body delivers like we do. Thomas Boni: Editor Orator Home Chef. Thomas #1 priority is North Okaloosa County Along with writing his column, he Thomas #1 priority is North Okaloosa County Along with writing his column, he makes decisions on the stories you will r ead in the paper makes decisions on the stories you will r ead in the paper WEEKDA YS 8 A.M TO 5 P. M. 484 No rt h Wi lson St re et, Cr estview ( 850 ) 682-1022 ANNOUN CES EXP ANSION OF MEDICAL SER VICES TO ALL PA TIENT S AT THE CRESTV IEW HEAR T CLINIC D J S Ex panded Se rv ices Wi ll In clude Fo llo wing And Mo re : Ob esity Ga str ointestinal Pr oblems Di arrhea Constipati on Ar thritis Mi graines/H eadaches Ur inar y In fections Se xually Tr ansmitted Di seases All He ar t Pr ob le ms Hi gh Bl ood Pr essur e Sk in Ra sh Fe ve r/Cold Allergies Re spirator y Pr ob le ms Di abetes Sl eep Pr ob lems Ne w Pa tients We lcome | Mo st In surance Ac cepted ANNOU NCES EXP ANSION OF D J Ex panded S er vices Wi ll I nclude F ollo wing And M or e: Page A2 Aaaargh! Come meet Captain Jack Sparrow at the Crestview Public Library on Tuesday, Sept. 23! Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and Captain Jack returns to his ship around 7:15 p.m. Dress as a pirate yourself if youd like! Captain Jack will read a story and have a question-andanswer session. Bring a camera to take a picture of your child with Captain Jack! Well also make a pirate-y craft. Registration is not required for this free event. Evening Library Time is designed for residents age 4 and up. Younger siblings are welcome as long as they remain quieter than Captain Jack. This program is free for you, thanks to the generosity of Captain Jack, Even Start and our Friends of the Crestview Library. Please call 682-4432 with questions. Heather Nitzel is the Crestview Public Librarys youth services librarian. HEATHER NITZEL Check It Out What Grandmas Do Best/What Grandpas Do Best BY LAURA NUMEROFF Grandparents Day is the rst Sunday in September after Labor Day. This year, it falls on Sept. 7, so you have plenty of time to get a card off in the mail! If you have little ones, Im sure theyd be delighted with a homemade picture. We are honoring grandparents in Lap Sit and Story Time, and one of the stories we read is What Grandmas Do Best/What Grandpas Do Best by Laura Numeroff. It celebrates grandparents, and the everyday things they do, in a fun book design that has two fronts instead of a front and a back. Heather Nitzel ANNOUNCEMENTS BUGS & BUTTERFLIES: 10:30 a.m. Sept. 2, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Guest speaker Sheila Dunning is a horticulture agent with the University of Floridas Okaloosa County Extension Service in Crestview. BEGINNING COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING: Call 682-4432 to schedule one-hour appointments at the library. Library card required. ANNOUNCEMENTS CHECK IT OUT Evening Library Time includes a visit by Jack Sparrow in September SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Captain Jack Sparrow will entertain Evening Library Time attendees next month at the Crestview Public Library. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Amy, So a and Eliza Sequeria visit the Reader Awards Funny Money Store on July 29 at the Crestview Public Library. So a, 7, shops while her mom watches. Eliza, 4, was interested in the beaded necklaces. CASHING IN FUNNY MONEY STAFF PICK

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Crestview News Bulletin | A3 August 27-29, 2014 FROM STAFF REPORTS Emerald Coast sees record tourism in June Okaloosa and Walton counties had their single largest month for bed tax collections in June. Okaloosa County brought in $2.9 million in bed taxes, a 3.9 percent increase from June 2013, while Walton County broke the $4 million barrier for the rst time, collecting $4.13 million. That represented a 7.8 percent from June of last year. Ed Schroeder, executive director of the Okaloosa County Tourism Development Council, is also expecting July numbers to come in extremely strong, even possibly passing $3 million for the rst time in a single month. The summer went extremely well, Schroeder said. I dont think it was unexpected. Given the destination and the weather and the invitation that was put out to a couple hundred million people, we werent surprised it was this good. Were just glad it did meet expectation. CHELCO: Beware of lightning rod scam If someone claiming to work for CHELCO comes to your home to install a lightning rod, you should know that they are not a CHELCO representative and likely are perpetrating a scam, according to the electric cooperatives spokesperson. Incidents involving individuals who charged utility customers as much as $8,000 for a lightning rod have been reported. With thunderstorms occurring almost daily, many residents have experienced power surges associated with lightning strikes. CHELCO offers two kinds of surge protection: meter-based protection, designed to protect motor driven appliances and point-ofuse protection, designed for electronics. However, CHELCO does not install lightning rods. Famil y. .. it s far m or e imp orta nt tha n pr ofi ts. Tha ts wh y in thes e days of mer ge rs and c orpor ate tak eove rs, wev e mad e a com mit men t to sta y a fam ilyowne d bus ine ss. Thi s is ou r id ea of a me rg er Special to the News Bulletin CRESTVIEW Alycia Berry and Joshua Day met through mutual friends. I thought he was really goofy at rst, Alycia, a Crestview High School graduate, said. (But) Joshua was extremely persistent. Joshua, a Laurel Hill School graduate, proposed to Berry on the Fourth of July. He made me believe we were going to take family pictures on the beach! Berry said. And she said yes. The couple will be married Aug. 30 at the Crestview Community Center. Alycia graduated from Northwest Florida State College, Niceville, with a bachelors degree in project management. She works at Okaloosa County Teachers Federal Credit Union. Joshua earned marine tech certi cations from Okaloosa Applied Technology Center in Fort Walton Beach, and works at Indyne. Alycias parents are Roger and Rhonda Berry of Crestview. Joshuas parents are Keith and Angie Day, also of Crestview. The News Bulletin publishes north Okaloosa County residents Special Occasions birth, centenarian, engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements at no charge. We may edit submissions. Call 6826524 or email news@ crestviewbulletin.com. FROM STAFF REPORTS S.R. 123 construction ongoing Expect lane closures between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. along State Road 123 from Sept. 2 until spring 2016. The Florida Department of Transportations $48 million construction project includes adding two travel lanes from State Road 85 near Northwest Florida Regional Airport to S.R. 85 north of Niceville. Crews will also resurface existing roadway, construct four bridges along the route, and build a yover ramp at the S.R. 123-85 intersection near Niceville. The yover ramp will connect S.R. 123 northbound traf c to S.R. 85 northbound. Other additions include new roadway striping, highway lighting, signage, stormwater retention ponds, landscaping and drainage upgrades. Evening lane closures planned for S.R. 20 Drivers can expect alternating lane closures on State Road 20, between Roberts Drive and the MidBay Bridge Connector, 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. through Thursday, Aug. 28. The lane closures will allow crews to place the roadways nal layer of asphalt. Compiled by BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com AUG. 29, 1860: A post of ce is reestablished at the stagecoach stop in Wardville, a nowdefunct community east of Crestview on the Shoal River, with Obediah Edge as postmaster. The Wardville post of ce was shut down in March 1883 and responsibilities shifted to a new location in the railroad town of Crestview. A post of ce has operated in Crestview ever since. S EPT. 1, 1957: William A. Uncle Bill Lundy dies in Crestview. He was reputed at the time to be the last surviving Florida Civil War veteran, but subsequent research discredited his claim. According to early 20th-century U.S. Census records, Lundy would have only been 5 years old when he supposedly served as a teenage courthouse guard in Alabama. By the 1930s, older men started claiming Civil War veteran status, often backing each others claims to have served in obscure units, to claim veterans bene ts during the Great Depression. Historians now believe Lundy was among them. He is buried in Almarante Cemetery south of Laurel Hill. Visit the Baker Block Museum, at the corner of Highway 189 and State Road 4, Baker, or call 5375714 to learn more about local history. BRIEFS EXPLORING NORTH OKALOOSA HISTORY Uncle Bill dies in Crestview COURTESY ANI LUNDY | Special to the News Bulletin This photo of Uncle Bill Lundy appeared on The Progressive Farmers August 1957 edition cover. SPECIAL OCCASIONS Berry, Day to wed Saturday BUSINESS Next week, we observe Labor Day, a federal holiday since 1894 that celebrates American workers achievements. But to make progress toward your long-term nancial goals, you need to do more than just earn money you need to invest it wisely. That takes work, too. Fortunately, theres no real mystery to the types of labor in which youll need to engage to become a good investor. Here are a few suggestions: Work to make investing a priority. Many people delay investing until they have a better handle on their nances. But these good intentions frequently go unful lled because there will always be something else on which to spend ones money. To work toward your important goals, such as a comfortable retirement or a childs education, put away some money regularly. If youre just starting out in your career, you might not be able to afford much, but even a small amount can help. And when your salary increases, so can your investment contributions. To make it easier, consider arranging for your bank to automatically move money each month from your checking or savings account into an investment account. Work to understand whats in your portfolio. Some investors arent certain about what investments they own and this uncertainty can lead to poor decision-making if it becomes necessary to make changes. So make sure you know whats in your portfolio and why. Work to keep your portfolio current with your goals. Even if you know why you initially purchased certain investments and how they t into your portfolio, you cant put things on autopilot. Over time, your goals may evolve, which means youll need to be vigilant in working with your nancial advisor to adjust your portfolio accordingly. Work to diversify your holdings. No matter where you are in life, you will still need to diversify your portfolio by owning a variety of investments stocks, bonds, government securities and other vehicles. Consequently, youll need to review your portfolio regularly to ensure that its still properly diversi ed. Diversi cation is a strategy designed to help reduce the effects of volatility on your holdings, but keep in mind that even a diversi ed portfolio cant guarantee pro ts or protect against loss. Work to maintain a long-term perspective. No matter what you might hear from anyone else, theres no shortcut to investment success. Many people hope they will hit on that one investment that will make them rich quickly but thats pretty much a fantasy. To help achieve your goals, you will need to invest for many years, through good markets and bad. And during those inevitable downturns, youll need to focus on your longterm objectives and follow a consistent investment strategy, making only those adjustments that make sense for your situation. Youll need to work on many aspects of investing to stay on the road toward success. But you dont have to work alone: Investing can be complex, so you may want to get help from a nancial professional someone who knows both the investment world and your individual needs, goals and risk tolerance. Joe Faulk is a Crestview nancial adviser. FINANCIAL FOCUS Work to become a better investor JOE FAULK Financial Focus BRIEFS Community OBITUARY Lillie M. Conyers, 69, of Crestview, died on Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. She was born Oct. 8, 1944 to Gladys P. Thomas Brooks and the late George L. Brooks Sr. in Meridian, Miss. She was the oldest of two children. Lillie was a member of Mt. Zion AME Church, where she served in many capacities during more than 50 years of membership. The wife of 47 years to the late James N. Conyers, they parented three children, Carolyn Renee, Felecia Y., and James III. Lillie was educated in the public school system in Meridian Mississippi, and served in the U.S. Army. She graduated from Okaloosa-Walton College with an A.A. in accounting and earned a B.A. in accounting from University of West Florida. Lillie was a member of the Velma K. Conyers Order of the Eastern Star and E.L Seawright Court 90 Heroines of Jericho. In 2006, she was appointed to the Crestview City Council, where she also served as the president. She was key in planning and implementing the FAMU Medical School-Crestview campus. She was a Life Member of the NAACP. Sister Conyers was preceded in death by her father, George L. Brooks Sr.; and husband, James N. Conyers. She leaves to celebrate her life, her mother, Gladys P. Brooks; one brother, George L. Brooks, Jr.; two daughters, Carolyn Renee Evans of Bennettsville, S.C., and Felecia Y. Gambrel, of Tallahassee; one son, James N. (Donna) Conyers III, of Tallahassee; mother-in-law, Velma K. Conyers; sister-inlaw, Mary (Malcolm) Haynes of Crestview; one brotherin-law, Freddie Conyers of Miami; three special lifelong friends, Dorise Grif n of Lynn Haven, Joyce Johnson of Sacramento, Calif., and George Stakley, of Crestview. She also leaves behind seven grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and a host of friends and relatives. Visitation is at McKinnie Funeral Home on Tuesday, Aug. 26 from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at Mt. Zion AME Church, 550 McDonald St., Crestview on Wednesday, Aug. 27 at 11 a.m. McKinnie Funeral Home (Crestview) was entrusted with nal arrangements. Sign the guest book and offer condolences at http://obits. crestviewbulletin.com Lillie M. Conyers LILLIE M. CONYERS Uncle Bill dies in Crestview

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OPINION www.crestviewbulletin.com August 27-29, 2014 Page A4 ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS BULLETIN 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. Back to School Bash donations appreciated The Concerned Citizens Group Of Crestview appreciates the gifts and everything businesses and the community did to help make our Back to School Bash good. Thank you. Catherine Dortch Crestview RYAN MASSENGILL | Special to the News Bulletin FROM THE EDITORS DESK In this issue: roads repairs, teachers and football Today, we should know the winners of Okaloosa Countys election primary, but results became available several hours after this edition went to press, so please check www.crestviewbulletin.com for updates. Thats a topic better suited for our website, but in this edition, well still report on some important issues. Like the status of North Okaloosa road repairs following April 29s historic ooding. I know its on readers minds; no matter what countyrelated topic we post about on our Facebook page, it seems like our pages fans always have a way of bringing the conversation back to the roads, particularly Okaloosa Lane and Oak Hill Road. When will they be repaired? Hasnt the county received FEMA funding for these projects? These are some of the questions readers post on Facebook. (And youve seen some of them as letters to the editor.) And given the time between the ood and repairs or lack thereof, Ive seen some conspiracy theories mixed in. Well, I hear all of you. And your in-depth answer still no timetable on remaining projects, according to Clay Simmons, the county division manager over roads and parks is on Page A1 (See County: Postood road repairs ongoing; still no FEMA funding.) Reporter Matthew Brown also has added a PDF listing of road projects proposed for FEMA funding on crestviewbulletin.com. Lets see, what else is important? Well, knowing whos teaching your children, of course! Reporters Brian Hughes and Matthew Brown, and editorial assistant Renee Bell worked very hard to track down all of North Okaloosas newest teachers, learn their teaching philosophies and education backgrounds and provide them for our Meet the Teachers series. (See Page A5 .) Its the rst time weve done something like this, and I hope you all enjoy it. And were in Northwest Florida, so of course footballs on our radar. Sports editor Randy Dickson brings you a comprehensive guide to this years season. Check out our insert, Kickoff 2014, for team rosters, game schedules, one-on-one with North Okaloosa coaches and team stats. And while youre at it, check out the North End Zone Sports Report on crestviewbulletin.com/ sports. Footballs back in season, so that means Randys hit webcast is, too. Thanks for reading, and if theres something youd like to see in the News Bulletin, dont hesitate to send me a message. Or comment on Facebook. (Im always watching!) Whats your view? Emai l tboni@ crestviewbulletin.com or tweet News Bulletin Editor Thomas Boni @cnbedito r HUBBUB EDUCATE CHILDREN, PREVENT KIDNAPPINGS No one has been successful (luring children) because parents are educating their kids. Keep up the education, because regardless of where you live these sick individuals will never give up. They keep trying until they nd that one weak soul with no education. Praying everyones kids remain safe. Renee Stone-Westmoreland SUGGESTION FOR OFFICERS STARTING WAGE These of cers chose to protect and serve their community. They have families to support. They may even have student loans to pay off as well, for you have to have an education in criminal justice. I believe that the starting wage should be no less than $20 an hour. Thomas ODonnell INCREASE PAY, INCREASE PROFESSIONALISM Of course, low pay doesnt necessarily turn a cop bad, and good pay doesnt ensure good cops, but I believe it does dramatically increase the chances of getting good professional candidates and workers who will invest in the community and continue with the agency for many years, allowing their experience to pay dividends in the future. Brian Cokonougher POLICE PUT UP WITH PROBLEM PEOPLE NON-STOP If we want good-quality people on the force, we need to pay them a decent salary. Think about it: all workers of every kind have to deal with problem people at times, but the task of police of cers is to deal with nothing but problem people! Denise Wong CRESTVIEW COPS PAY IS TOO LOW We basically have a (police department) farm team. Bring them in, train them and they go to bigger teams with bigger pay. Paying a cop $28,000 a year is way too low for a rst responder. Ray Nelson TARGET DRUNKEN DRIVERS AND THESE FOLKS Id love to see more targeting of people with their toddlers running around in the car or the ones with babies in their laps as well! Erin Leigh Henderson SPORTS EDITOR SHOULD RETHINK LAWS IMPLICATIONS Youre right. Equality doesnt mean equal numbers. That is why TIX offers three ways to comply with the requirement for provision of opportunities. But prong 3 interests and abilities cannot be proven based on your understanding that there is no girl with a burning desire to play sports. A school needs to collect data. Scholarship dollars must be divided proportional to the number of male/female athletes. So in schools with football teams (which receive 85 scholarships), other mens sports might not receive the same number of scholarships as their socalled equivalent womens sport. This is not the fault of womens sports. Wrestling may be on the upswing again but numbers decreased in the 80s when TIX was not being enforced. The arms race in collegiate sports has limited the re-emergence of some mens sports. That being said, TIX does not mandate that schools cut any sports to comply or that they cut speci c sports. As someone who truly believes in equality not the convenient (for men) equality you are espousing, I urge you to do your research before you write about Title IX and equality again. Kris Newhall LETTERS TO THE EDITOR SUBSCRIPTION RATES 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524. 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 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 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., 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 Currently, total estimated damage to county roadways from the April 29 ooding is $3,355,953, according to the department. All listed projects are proposed to be reimbursed by FEMA, but the goal is to repair roads without its assistance, according to Clay Simmons, the county division manager over roads and parks, We are doing what we can with our existing maintenance budgets, Simmons said in an email. Due to pending reimbursement, Simmons said there is no timetable on when the remaining the projects will be completed. To date, we have not received any reimbursement from FEMA to my knowledge, Simmons stated in an email. FILE PHOTO | Special to the News Bulletin Oak Hill Road is one of nine projects listed to be repaired by the Okaloosa County Public Works Department with FEMA funding. County of cials say there is no timeline on when remaining damaged roadways will be completed. REPAIRS from page A1 The city initially set a $40,000 budget for the local option fuel tax, but just $30,345 is projected for the end of this scal year. The 2015 budget listed $30,000 for the tax. Laurel Hill will maintain a 3.5 millage rate per $1,000 for ad valorem taxes, according to the proposed budget. Adams said a $600,000 grant from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity will help the city. After a third attempt, the Laurel Hill was awarded the Florida Small Cities Community Development Block Grant in July. The grant will be used for much-needed road repairs. Adams said he is unsure if the grant will be included as part of the general operating fund in the 2015 budget. The rst public hearing on the budget and millage rate is set for 6 p.m. Sept. 11 at city hall. The nal public hearing is Sept. 18, at the same time and location. That night, the council will vote to adopt the millage rate and budget. BUDGET from page A1 The Crestview News Bulletin encourages public discussion on issues you care about. The paper publishes letters to the editor on a rst-come, rst-served, spaceavailable basis. Letters should be original to the News Bulletin, written on topics concerning Crestview or the Baker, Holt, Milligan or Laurel Hill communities, and should not contain profanity or other questionable content. The newspaper reserves the rights to decline publication of any letter for any reason, and to use published letters in advertising and other promotions. Email letters to news@crestviewbulletin.com. Alternatively, send letters to Crestview News Bulletin, ATTN: Letter to Editor, 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536. 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(9 18 75 68 )( YT L2 21 39 4) $ 89 $ 59 $ 8 99 $ 89 EA Page A5 Editors Note: The News Bulletin will publish photos, education and work histories, and classroom expectations of North Okaloosas newest teachers. The Aug. 23-26 edition featured the rst part of the series, including some of Shoal River Middle Schools new teachers. Todays edition includes the remaining SRMS teachers who shared their pro les, Antioch Elementary School, Baker School, Laurel Hill School School, Richbourg School and Walker Elementary School. Pick up the News Bulletins Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 edition for more pro les. ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CARLESHA DOUGLAS, FOURTH GRADE Basically, be willing and ready to receive the information that I have to give, Douglas says to students. I want every student to learn as much as they possibly can and continue to be life-long learners. She has a bachelors degree in elementary education from the University of Arizona and taught elementary school for seven years in Maryland. LILAH CISNEROS, FIRST GRADE Her goal: To have a fun and exciting year, to get the kids motivated and to get up their (testing) scores, she says. Cisneros, who has alternative teaching certi cation, served as a substitute teacher at the school. REBEKAH MARRERO, FIFTHGRADE MATH, SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES My main focus is to get (students) to talk to each other and get them to ask questions, Marrero says. I will be guiding them on where they need to go. Marrero, who previously taught at Bob Sikes Elementary School, has a bachelors degree in education with a reading endorsement from Northwest Florida State College. LINDSEY STUTEVILLE, FIRST GRADE I just want my students to succeed, and I am going to do what it takes to make sure my students achieve mastery and see them achieve their potential, she says. Stuteville who taught fourth grade for one year at Walker Elementary School has a bachelors degree in elementary education from Northwest Florida State College. MARY BROWN, KINDERGARTEN Mostly what I want to do is to light that re in those 5-year-olds and create life-long learners, she says. I love handson learning; I think most kids, not all, respond to that. Brown previously taught second grade at Baker School. She has a bachelors degree in education from Northwest Florida State College. BAKER SCHOOL KEITH WHITE, HIGH SCHOOL SECONDARY MATH, ALGEBRA (Students can expect) a lot of energy, a lot of motivation (and) a lot of hard work, White says. A lot of times, (students) think that when they get a coach for a teacher ... its going to be an easy class, but I went to school to be a teacher not a coach. I have a lot of energy and high expectations. White has taught secondary math and algebra for 21 years at several campuses including Crestview High School, Holmes County High School and Vernon High School. Before coming to Baker School, White taught algebra at Walton High School in DeFuniak Springs. He has a bachelors degree in math and physical education from the University of Troy in Alabama. CINDY ANZALONE, INTENSIVE MATH FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL I want (students) to do well; I want them to be con dent in math, Anzalone says. Im hoping to get them more out of their shells so that they are talking more amongst each other about the problems. Anzalone has taught math for 16 years in Okaloosa County, and taught for a year in White House, Tennessee. She has worked at Saint Mary Catholic School in Fort Walton Beach and at Crestview High School. Anzalone has bachelors and masters degrees in math from the University of West Florida. RHONDA ORY, FOURTH-GRADE MATH AND SCIENCE Students can expect a lot of fun and learning, Ory says. She plans to use hands-on activities to learn measurements, including using bubbles to learn about nding out the radius, diameter and circumference. Ory was a fth-grade teacher for 15 years in Barbour County, Ala. She has a masters degree in elementary education from Troy University. LAUREL HILL SCHOOL KAREN KRUMEL, INTENSIVE READING Students using the new Achieve3000 computerbased instruction will learn how to read and assimilate smaller passages of text instead of pages and pages, Krumel says. A student comes in with reading skills, but we need to instruct them to read more intensively, she says. Gains are made quite regularly and quickly using the system. Krumel attended the University MEET THE TEACHERS Compiled by BRIAN HUGHES and MATTHEW BROWN | 682-6524 | @cnbBrian @cnbMatthew | brianh@crestviewbulletin.com | matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CARLESHA DOUGLAS LILAH CISNEROS REBEKAH MARRERO LINDSEY STUTEVILLE MARY BROWN KEITH WHITE CINDY ANZALONE KAREN KRUMEL See TEACHERS A6

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A6 | Crestview News Bulletin August 27-29, 2014 of South Florida and earned professional alternate certi cation. JENNIFER PROWS, ELEMENTARY MUSIC Were going to start out from the ground up, with rhythm, beat, small percussion instruments, integrating physical movement with the music, Prows says. And since (students) dont have art (class), well integrate art with music, such as coloring and drawing when they hear a piece of music. What do you think of when you hear a piece of music? Put it on paper! The rst-year teacher moved here from Knoxville, Tenn., in December 2013. Her undergraduate major was in vocal performance at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn. She earned a masters from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C. JESSICA WEST, PRE-KINDERGARTEN West, who co-teaches with Jeanise Dubose, says her 18 students are just going to have lots of fun as they learn. Our theme this year is owls. Were all about learning. The sixth-year pre-kindergarten teacher is at last teaching in her alma mater, moving up State Road 85 from Southside Center in Crestview. She graduated from Laurel Hill School 10 years ago and received her diploma from Northwest Florida State College, followed by her teaching certi cation. RICHBOURG EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION SCHOOL OTTO V. ROSERO-GARCES, SPECIAL EDUCATION ELEMENTARY Students can expect the continuation of what we started last year, RoseroGarcas, who worked as a teaching assistant last year at the school, says. I want to focus on more academics. Rosero-Garces is working toward earning his alternative education certi cation through Northwest Florida State College. He has a degree in applied sociology from State University of New York College at Buffalo. SHOAL RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL AMY DAVIS, ADVANCED LANGUAGE ARTS Were going to do a lot of group projects in literature, including group readings, Davis says. The Northwest Florida State College graduate taught Exceptional Student Education in Walton County before arriving in Crestview. CHRISTY ENGLISH, INTENSIVE READING We are support to the language arts classroom for the kids that need extra help with their reading skills, English says. Its like giving them tools to improve their test scores. The Choctawhatchee High School and University of West Florida graduate taught intensive reading at Riverside Elementary School. JASON FORBES, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY We like to integrate stuff (students are) using on an everyday basis, Forbes says. Students can receive industry certi cation and high school credit in some of his classes. Forbes, now in his rst full year of teaching, moved to Crestview from Orlando. He graduated from Florida State University. JUDITH NEERGAARD, SCIENCE Were jumping in with both feet! Neergaard says of her teaching philosophy. A sixth-grader thinks differently than younger students. You have to train them in different academic formats. Neergaard, an undergrad at the University of South Connecticut, has masters degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana and Alabama A&M University. She taught at the former Crestview Academy and in Huntsville, Ala. ANTHONY PATTEN, LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION Students will learn different strategies for researching and taking tests, which will help them be more successful in their other classes and also with taking state assessments, Patten says. I will be using several forms of technology in my teaching methods. He is a Baker School alumnus, Walker Elementary Schools former dean of students and is certi ed in Exceptional Student Education K-12/ESOL and in Elementary Education K-6. Patten was an ESE teacher and EE department head at Crestview High School for seven years. ABBEY SANTIAGO, EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION We are hoping to work on earning responsibilities through good behavior such as building a garden and creating crafts for a retirement home, Santiago says. Were looking forward to a good year! She earned her bachelors and masters from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio and has taught in Savannah, Ga.; Istanbul, Turkey; Vass, N.C.; and Edwins Elementary School in Fort Walton Beach. WALKER MIRANDA JACKSON, SECOND GRADE Students, get ready for a lot of handson activities and some awesome science experiments, along with an emphasis on reading, Jackson says. We will be doing a lot of author studies and explore different genres, the rst-year teacher says. I have a passion for reading; its so important. Jackson has a bachelors degree in elementary education from St. Leo University in St. Leo, Fla. 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Crestview News Bulletin | A7 August 27-29, 2014 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Returning Riverside Elementary School students express amazement when they enter the former Media Center. It was so boring before. Its much cooler, Tony Boyer said. Im going to like coming in here. When I came in, it was like, This is really cool! Austin Zaal said. My eyes just fell out of my head, Jamyah Shinholster said. Really, this is hopping now. Laura King, the fourth-graders teacher, spearheaded the librarys transformation into the vibrant Learning Commons a timely project, Principal Tammy Matz said. Libraries need to catch up and be more collaborative, Matz said. The old library was beautiful, but it was more geared to older kids. We wanted it to look more kid-friendly, media specialist Patty Davis said. We wanted it to be a place where the kids would want to come. TEAM EFFORT King said that transforming the library to better serve young 21stcentury users required recruiting collaborators. I baked goodies to draw them in, she said. First, they developed a guiding vision statement: Maximize the Riverside Learning Commons to empower students to successfully transition into a globally competitive society. Then they addressed the rooms appearance. If kids were going to be excited about learning, they needed something more dynamic than the original dull, yellowish walls to stimulate them, Davis said. By Junes end, teachers got to work. We had so many people here we ran out of rollers and paintbrushes, King said. It was a great team-builder for us. They chose vibrant colors, and designed rainbow supergraphics for the Learning Commons entrance. The rainbow theme continues around the rooms soft, following the old ROY G. BIV memory aid, assuring red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet are in the right order. Its eye catching, assistant principal Holly Tew said. You can pick out the Commons from way down the hall, she said. The best part? Not one professional painter entered this library, Matz said. It was entirely the teachers work. All I really did was coordinate the pizza. LEARNING PLATFORMS Students across the parking lot in Shoal River Middle Schools CHOICE carpentry program made a sturdy presentation platform to furnish the Commons. From the raised, round wooden stage, students can express themselves in a variety of ways, such as performing skits and public readings or making speeches. A new Promethean table essentially a giant tablet is loaded with games, puzzles, and mindteasers. With Internet access, it can link groups of students to the world. The kids can collaborate on problems and work together, King said. 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www.crestviewbulletin.com August 27-29, 2014 B Page 1 Section INSIDE More local news SPORTS SPORTS SHORTS Football season calls Friday night, I embark on my 14th season of covering high school football in Okaloosa County. Twenty-nine years ago, I began as a sports writer, stringing for the old Gulf Breeze Sentinel. Thirty-nine years ago, I was a senior at Gulf Breeze High School getting ready for my nal high school season. As I think about 14 years, 29 years and 39 years, Im reminded at how quickly time passes. At age 56, I have more football seasons behind me than I do ahead of me, but none of that seems to matter as I think about another fall on Northwest Floridas sidelines chasing my football dream. It might sound crazy, but my football dream today as a mid-50s sports editor isnt too much different than the one I had as a player so many falls ago. I dream of a state championship for Baker or Crestview. And I wouldnt be upset if both teams won it all. I know my job requires that I be neutral in my approach to covering games and teams. But I wouldnt be human if, deep inside, I didnt want the teams and players I know best to do well and win. I believe the best part of this job is the relationships I have built and not the games I have covered. Its dif cult not to pull for teams or individuals when you spend two, three or four years getting to know players during their highschool careers. Just as, so many years ago, I wanted my friends and teammates to do well, I want the young people who have befriended me to do well. My body now has aches and pains the young Randy Dickson never could have imagined. However, each Friday night I nd myself immersed in my own Fountain of Youth under a local high schools stadium lights. If Juan Ponce de Leon were alive today he could nd that magic wellspring he sought some 500 years ago at Crestview High Schools Jack Foster Stadium or Bakers Doug Grif th Memorial Stadium. And so another football season is upon me. Players I once covered are now coaches as the game comes full circle in the path of life. Im at the point where I have learned to savor the seasons and the games that make up those seasons. I will never again put on helmet and pads in anticipation of a Friday night. My days of hitting are behind me. And yet another football season calls me, and I will answer that call Friday night. NORTH END ZONE Randy Dickson Hatten: We are playing for keeps now By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW A rugged Milton Panther football team comes calling to Crestview High Schools Jack Foster Stadium on Friday as the Bulldogs open the 2014 season. Crestview Coach Tim Hatten said it will be all systems go and all hands on deck for the Bulldogs. This is for real, he said. Theres nothing practice about this. There is nothing half-speed about it. We are playing for keeps now and it becomes the game of football as we all know and love. Milton reminds Hatten of the Pace team that beat the Bulldogs 27-7 in last weeks Kickoff Classic. They are going to bring it downhill (the football in the running game) about like Pace, Hatten said. We are going to have to be on top of our Ps and Qs. Hopefully, we can do some things that we did not do Friday night. We have got to be able to stop folks from coming downhill at us. Its good that we played Pace and found out we have some problems we need to address. When you start talking about stopping the downhill run, they are good at it and I think Milton is going to be good at it, too. The Bulldog varsity offense only ran 16 plays against the Patriots as Pace controlled the ball and the clock with the running game. On the bright side, Hatten thinks hes found his running backs. Marcus Mobley, a junior transfer from Pensacola High School, had a touchdown run of more than 60 yards against Pace for Crestviews only varsity score. Senior D.J. Stewart also solidi ed his spot in the back eld. I think D.J. Stewart and Marcus Mobley give us a really good one-two punch PHOTOS BY CHRIS MOORE | News Bulletin contributor Tyler Hancock gets off a punt against Pace in Fridays Kickoff Classic. MARCUS MOBLEY UPCOMING WHAT: High school football, Milton at Crestview WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday WHERE: Jack Foster Stadium, Crestview High School A Pace defender zeroes in on D.J. Stewart. See PLAYING FOR KEEPS B2 Baker coach: Gators are ready for Graceville By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER A scrappy but talented Graceville High School football team hosts Baker on Friday as the Gators open the regular season. Baker lost to Jay 14-0 in the Kickoff Classic, but Coach Matt Brunson is quick to put the preseason game with the Royals in the past as he focuses on the task at hand against the Tigers. Graceville is very athletic, Brunson said. Theyve got a guy, (Jared) Padgett, (6-4, 200 pound) thats a quarterback/outside linebacker type that is supposed to be a topve baseball rst-round pick. Theyve got some speed on the corners. They are very athletic. We will have our hands full at their place. The Tigers might be everything Brunson said, but the one place Baker should have the upper hand is on the depth chart. Graceville only has 18 players listed on the roster, which should play into Bakers favor on a late August evening in the heart of North Florida. A year ago, D.J. Thomas ran for 205 yards and four touchdowns, leading Baker to a 42-27 win over Graceville. Thomas has graduated, but junior linebacker/fullback Montae Barto believes the Gators will again be able to pound the ball against the Tigers. I know how good Austin Martin and Austin Davis are with the run, Barto said. We are going to be ready. (Friday against Jay) was just a warm-up. Graceville is going to be a good game. We have to compete like we did (Friday), but we have to do it all four quarters. Brunson downplayed the preseason loss to the Royals. We are going to x the problems and get going, he said. Im excited about this group. Im ready to go over to Graceville. We are going to be full speed. Its going to be a tough one. UPCOMING WHAT: High school football, Baker at Graceville WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday WHERE: Graceville High School Gator quarterback Nate Taylor hits a hole against Jay. Jacob Nixon returns the opening kickoff against Jays varsity team on Friday. PHOTOS BY RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Baker assistant coach Brian Wagner, left, discusses things with head coach Matt Brunson during Fridays Kickoff Classic against Jay. Area schedule THURSDAY HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Walton at Crestview: JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Pensacola Christian at Laurel Hill: JV, 4:30 p.m.; V, 5 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Crestview at Fort Walton Beach, 4:30 p.m. Baker at Northview, 6 p.m. MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL Jamboree: Davidson, Shoal River at Ruckel, 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Baker at Graceville, 7 p.m. Milton at Crestview, 7 p.m. TUESDAY HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Jay at Baker: JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Crestview at Tate: Freshmen 4 p.m.; JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Laurel Hill at Samson: JV, 4p.m.; V, 5 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Choctaw at Crestview, 7 p.m. MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL Baker at Lewis, 6 p.m. YMCA SOCCER The Crestview YMCAs fall soccer registration runs through Aug. 30. The season starts Sept. 8. Cost is $55 for YMCA members and $70 for nonmembers. Coaches also are needed. Call the Crestview YMCA at 689-2999 for more details. REPORTING NEWS, CALENDAR ITEMS AND STORY SUGGESTIONS The News Bulletin welcomes stories and announcements. Email sports-related stories and photos to Randy Dickson at sports@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.

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From staff reports Crestview men graduate from basic military training Air Force Airman Michael J. Leatherwood and Air Force Airman Jess L. Fisher graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airmen spent eight weeks training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical tness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Leatherwood a 2012 Crestview High School graduate and the son of Mick and Carleen Leatherwood of Crestview earned distinction as an honor graduate. Fisher, the son of Gemini and Jess Fisher of Crestview, is a 2013 Crestview High School graduate. Crestview man graduates from basic combat training Army Spc. Michael Wirth has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical tness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, ri e marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, eld tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic rst aid, foot marches, and eld training exercises. Wirth is the son of Dianne Lathrop of Fort Walton Beach and Charles Wirth of Crestview. Hes the stepson of Lisa Wirth of Crestview. He earned a bachelors degree in 2013 from Northwest Florida State College in Niceville. pr esented by MAIL IN FORM BELO W OR ORDER ONLINE AT : Pr e-or der yo ur copies now (expir es 11/05/14). Select an or dering option: Pickup option: $29.95 plus $1.80 tax pe r book. Pick up ord er at loca tion belo w after Dec. 1, 2014. 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And Malique Studevan will come in there and get some carries in spots. We will be OK. I feel a little better about running back. Quarterbacks Corey Armstrong and Rusty Moorer looked OK against the Patriots, Hatten said. Weve got some room for improvement with both of them, he said. I think Corey played a decent game. That was Rustys rst varsity game so I think it could have been rst-game jitters for him. I dont think they played bad. I dont think they played great. We are satis ed with where we are and we just need to get better. Hatten knows Crestviews success Friday will depend on how well the much heralded Bulldog defense rebounds from a disappointing showing against Pace. We have to stop the downhill run, he said. If you do that you have a chance and if you dont you have no chance. PLAYING FOR KEEPS from page B1 PHOTOS BY CHRIS MOORE | News Bulletin contributor A Pace defender wrestles Crestview quarterback Rusty Moorer to the ground. Derian McGee (5) and Amp Seals put the hit on a Pace ball carrier. LAW ENFORCEMENT www.crestviewbulletin.com August 27-29, 2014 Page B2 Police raises receive council consensus By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The City Council has reached a consensus to approve Police Chief Tony Taylors request for 8 percent departmental raises. The council met Aug. 20 at its last budget workshop before the 2014-15 budget will be formally presented for action. The citys nal $29,078,286 budget was accepted. Taylor is cautiously optimistic. Im not counting my chickens yet, he said. I have all the con dence in the world that the council members will approve it now that they reached a consensus. The worst that could happen is a 3-2 vote. For of cers such as patrol shift supervisor Sgt. John Cook, a 13-year CPD veteran, news of a likely raise came as an answer to many a fervent prayer. Weve all been praying for this, Cook said. Of cer retention is a huge thing for us. In order to get a good caliber of cer, weve raised our standards. But in order to keep that caliber person, the pay has to be on par with local agencies. Cook said after Crestview taxpayers pay between $14,000 and $18,000 to hire, train and equip a new of cer, it isnt uncommon for the new ofcer to leave for another law enforcement agency. Weve been constantly struggling to retain ofcers, and most of the time thats a pay issue, Cook said. Theyre not leaving because theyre disgruntled. Theyre seeking higher pay. Its pretty elementary, Taylor said. I had to stop the revolving door. It wasnt that the of cers didnt want to be in Crestview. They had a responsibility to their families. Cook said he was speaking on behalf of his fellow of cers when he offered a highve to the chief. Were just grateful we have a chief thats pulling for us, Cook said. In past administrations, we havent had that. Were grateful to him initiating it (the raises), taking a stand for us and seeing it through. To go into effect, the 2014-15 city budget rst has to be presented at public hearings and receive two readings before council members vote to approve it. The new scal year begins Oct. 1. PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin Patrol shift supervisor Sgt. John Cook is among Crestview police of cers who havent received raises in several years. He credited Police Chief Tony Taylor for taking a stand for us. WANT TO GO? The Crestview City Council will conduct public hearings for the 2014-15 scal year budget at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 9 and 23 at city hall. Crestview Police patrolmen Shawn Temple, rear, and Jerad Mullinnix, preparing reports, are among of cers who will receive an 8 percent raise if the City Council approves the 2014-15 budget. MILITARY BRIEFS

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LIFESTYLE www.crestviewbulletin.com August 27-29, 2014 850.678.2313 | Jor danA irEn terprises .c om SP4287 C omfor t done right so yo u ca n sleep tonight! Ge t yo ur Sy stem Ready with our Planned Main tenanc e Pr og ra m! RA 0067136 Ge t yo ur Sy ste m Ready with our Planned Main tenanc e Pr ogr am! RA 0067136 2077822 Gun Show February 23rd & 24th Ft. Wa lton Beach Fairgr ounds FREE PA RKING Concealed We apons Class Sat/Sun 11 am or 2pm Floridagunshows.com Sat 9-5 Sun 10-4 Sept ember 6th & 7th Ft. Wa lton Beach Fa irgr ounds Page B3 After-school yoga class comes to Crestview library By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW A local personal trainer wants to help people, particularly Okaloosa County School District staffers, unwind from the work day. (Yoga) helps calm the mind, personal trainer and Crestview resident JT Boss said. Its a big stress reliever. School staffers can participate in an hour of yoga on Thursday in the Crestview Public Librarys conference room. Participants will learn how to relax, stretch and breathe, Boss said. After serving in the U.S. Air Force for 28 years, Boss has focused on personal training with Crestview Strengthworks, his mobile business. Boss said he got the idea for afterschool Crestview yoga sessions from a yoga studio that offers a similar service to Niceville High School teachers. Although the event is scheduled to benefit area teachers and school staff, Boss said the event is open to everyone. Boss said he hopes the yoga session will be the first of many after-school gatherings. Its time to start planning cool-season wildlife food plots. (These attract deer and other wildlife to your property, and they provide some nutrition.) First, choose an appropriate location. Remember: Wildlife like to stay close to cover, but plants need sunlight. Cool-season food plots are generally smaller than warm-season food plots. (About an acre or so is suf cient.) Next, have your soil tested. Soil test results provide important information like pH, phosphorus levels and potassium levels. Perform the soil test now so you have more time to adjust the pH. Adjust pH if necessary with lime applications. Finally, choose from cool-season forage options as follows. Legumes: arrowleaf clover, crimson clover, ball clover, red clover, white clover, vetch and winter peas, to name a few. Legumes need to be inoculated with a rhizobium bacteria before planting. This allows the plant to manufacture nitrogen and eliminate the need for extra nitrogen application. Grasses: ryegrass, oats, wheat, rye, and triticale (a human-made cross of wheat and rye). Brassicas like kale, turnips and tillage radish Forage chicory Most of these plants pH range will be between 5.5 and 7.0. I recommend planting a mixture of these forages. One mixture that had a lot of success in our research plots in Quincy included arrowleaf clover, red clover, crimson clover, white clover, buck forage oats and tillage radish. The target pH for that mixture would be 6.0. Learn more about cool-season wildlife food plots at http://edis.ifas. u .edu/ag139 or email your questions to me at bearden@u .edu. Jennifer Bearden is an agent at the University of Floridas Extension of ce in Crestview. NORTH OKALOOSA ARTISTS: 10 a.m. or 6 p.m., Sept. 4, First Baptist Church of Garden City, State Road 85 at Haskell-Langley Road. Artists can attend either of the meetings. The most-attended meeting will be the time set for future meetings. Artists are encouraged to bring an art project for show-and-share, a new art book, samples of what theyve been up to over the summer and information about upcoming shows. Details: Mary Richardson, maryj19mr46@ embarqmail.co m CHORUS CAR WASH: morning and early afternoon Sept. 6 at Carquest, 689 N. Ferdon Blvd., and Advance Auto Parts, 2575 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. Donations bene t the Crestview High School Chorus. POETS & MUSICIANS OPEN-MIC JAM: 6 p.m. Sept. 9, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Free; for poets and musicians to read, perform, improvise and play together. This months poetry starter: Labor Day. Details: Esther, 682-4432 or ehurwitz@okaloosa.lib. .us; or Rick Sanders, 585-6399. Let the community know about your arts or entertainment event. Submit listings to brianh@ crestviewbulletin.com or call 682-6524 at least two weeks before your event. Follow Arts editor Brian Hughes on Twitter @ ARTS CALENDAR EXTENSION CONNECTION JENNIFER BEARDEN | Special to the News Bulletin This exclusion cage on the Quincy food plot shows how much planted forage was eaten by wildlife. Hunters: Heres how to attract more wildlife JENNIFER BEARDEN Okaloosa Extension agent UPCOMING PROGRAMS FALL INTO VEGETABLE GARDENING series: 6-7:30 p.m. Sept. 9, 16 and 23 at extension of ce auditorium, 3098 Airport Road, Crestview. Cost: $30 per person or $45 per couple. Contact Larry Williams, 6895850, for details. CERTIFIED PILE BURNER CLASS: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 12, extension of ce auditorium, 3098 Airport Road, Crestview. Cost: $50. Call Jennifer Bearden, 689-5850, to register. WANT TO GO? WHAT: Yoga class WHEN: 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday WHERE: Conference room at the Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive COST: $5 NOTE: Bring a yoga mat ITS A BIG STRESS RELIEVER JT BOSS CRESTVIEW With performances of show tunes, oldies and contemporary pop, a Monday evening audience had its appetites whetted for the Crestview High School chorus 2014-15 season. Public performances will include Christmas and spring concerts, the Walt Disney World Christmas celebration, and singing the national anthem during the schools homecoming football game. Despite limited rehearsal time less than two weeks for some new members the chorus easily tackled enjoyable pieces, such as Chorales performance of Brian Tates We Are One. The Womens Choir offered a perky rendition of Wishin and Hopin, a 1964 Burt Bacharach-Hal David hit for Dusty Spring eld. The all-girl Destiny show choir made easy work of The New Girl in Town, from the Broadway hit Hairspray, and even tossed in some choreography despite minimal rehearsal time. The Mens Choir needed a slight nudge from Choral Music Director Kevin Lusk to bump up the rhythm on Frankie Vallis hit, Working My Way Back to You, recently revived in the Broadway Tony winner, Jersey Boys. The guys are down several members this year: Just 19 took to the Pearl Tyner Auditorium stage Monday night. To compensate, Lusk must pull stronger, louder performances from them. Luckily, theres a solid foundation of talent to build on. With talent such as senior Ricardo Rickie Coley, who exuded con dence as he strode downstage center and soloed on Chanticleers rendition of Imagine Dragons 2012 hit, Radioactive, great performances are anticipated from the guys and the chorus as a whole. Email News Bulletin Arts Editor Brian Hughes at brianh@ crestviewbulletin.co m follow him on Twitter @ cnbBrian or call 682-6524. 2014-15 CHORUS MAKES ITS DEBUT Performances include Christmas at Disney and two public concerts CHORUS2 Rickie Coley con dently solos during the Crestview High School Chanticleers Monday performance of Radioactive. BRIAN HUGHES Arts & Entertainment Editor ONLINE: Watch Crestview High Schools Chorale perform Brian Tates We Are One at www.crestviewbulletin.com/ education

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Cr es tv ie w, FL 32 536 Ph : 850.682.3 33 5 Fx : 850.682.1 221 www .cr est viewbulletin.c om email: ne ws @cr est vie wbull etin Pl ease pr ov ide a co lor phot og ra ph if possible Al l inf or ma tion must be ty ped Information mu st be submitt ed by 11 am Monday for We dn esday s pa pe r an d 11 am Th ursday for Sa tur day s pa pe r. GATHERINGS WHATS HAPPENING HELPING HANDS PUBLIC MEETINGS COUNTY TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: 2 p.m. Aug. 28, Emerald Coast Convention Center, 1250 SE Miracle Strip Parkway, Fort Walton Beach. LOCAL BLACKMAN FIRE DISTRICT BOARD: 7 p.m. rst Mondays, 1850 U.S. Highway 2, Baker. OKALOOSA COUNTY COMMISSION: rst and third Tuesdays, alternating between the Crestview courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., and Fort Walton Beach Water & Sewer Building, 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd. Morning meetings at 8:30 a.m.; evening meetings at 6 p.m. HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT: 7 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays, re station. UPCOMING OKALOOSA COUNTY REPUBLICAN CLUB: 6:30 p.m. Aug. 28, American Legion Post 235, 105 S.W. Hollywood Blvd., Fort Walton Beach. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Guest speaker Ted Corcoran, Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. Dinner costs $15, includes drinks and gratuity. Details or reservations: Club president Don Adams, 586-1325. REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF OKALOOSA FEDERATED: 11:30 a.m. Sept. 3, Wyndham Garden Hotel, 573 Santa Rosa Blvd., Fort Walton Beach. Lunch at noon. Presentation: Ted Corcoran, Greater Fort Walton Beach Chamber president and CEO. Make reservations by 12 p.m. Aug. 29; contact Donna Pattison, 51-5416 or donnapattison@cox. net. Lunch costs $16 for members, $18 for guests. Details: www.rwof.org DELTA DELTA LUNCHEON: 11 a.m. Sept. 6, Boathouse Landing, 124 N. John Sims Parkway, Valparaiso. Details or reservations: Kay Litke, 678-7743 or dnklitke@cox.net by Sept. 3 deadline. RECURRING STRICTLY WEAVERS MEETINGS: monthly, TBA. Details: Alice, 934-4403. KNITTING & CROCHET GROUP: 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Crestview Public Library. Details: Rae Schwartz, bakerny@yahoo.com. CRESTVIEW KIWANIS CLUB: 11:45 a.m. Wednesdays, Coach-N-Four, 114 John King Road, Crestview. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS: 10-11 a.m. Thursdays, 704 E. Robinson, Crestview. For info call 689-1842. SENIORS VS. CRIME: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, except holidays, 296 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite 8, Crestview. Call 306-3176 to report incidents. Details: okaloosacountysvc@yahoo. com. MOUNTAIN DULCIMER GROUP: 2-4 p.m. Thursdays, First Baptist Church of Crestview. Listen or play; beginners welcome. Call 682-3165 for details. WEIGHT WATCHERS: 5 p.m. Thursdays, Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, 424 Garden St., Crestview. EMERALD COAST PROFESSIONALS NETWORKING GROUP: 4-6 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays, Crestview JobsPlus OneStop Center, Wilson Street, Crestview. For job seekers with a bachelors degree and two years professional work experience, or more than eight years professional, managerial or supervisory experience. Registration: email a resume and cover letter to ecp@jobsplus02.com, emeraldcoastprofessionals .com or jobsplusonestop. com. CRESTVIEW EXCHANGE CLUB: second and fourth Thursdays, Covenant Hospice, Crestview. Call Sharlene Cox, 682-6824, for details. FREE LINE DANCE LESSONS: 7-8 p.m. Fridays, American Legion Post 75 lounge, 898 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview. Followed by live band music from 8 p.m. to midnight. Details: 689-3195. KARAOKE: 8 p.m. Saturdays, American Legion Post 75, 898 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview. Details: 689-3195. AGAPE SQUARES: 6-7:30 p.m. Mondays, 214 S. Partin Drive, Niceville. Square dancing, $3 per person. CRESTVIEW GASTRIC BYPASS SUPPORT GROUP: rst Mondays. Details: Sharon, 689-3242 or snbuttr y@cox. net. CRESTVIEW DOGWOOD GARDEN CLUB: rst Mondays, except for September. Call 683-0839 or 682-3639 for details. BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and on third Saturdays, or by appointments, 1307B Georgia Ave. Free admission. The museum has exhibits, pioneer buildings from the 1800s and a research library with historical documents. Details: 537-5714. TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY: three different meetings, listed below. 8 a.m. Tuesdays, First United Methodist Church, 599 Eighth Ave., Crestview. Details: Mary Cole, 683-1899. 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays, First United Methodist Church, Crestview. Details: Brooke Bratton, 225-8197. 8 a.m. Fridays, Valley Road Baptist Church, 1018 Valley Road, Crestview. Details: Mary Ann Vincek, 682-5927. See TOPS.org for more information. SERVICES VA SUICIDE HOTLINE: 800-273-TALK (8255), or www.veteranscrisisline.net for con dential chat and self-check quiz. BAKER SOUP KITCHEN: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays at Shady Grove Assembly of God. Details: 537-2774. ENERGY ASSISTANCE AND SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Tri-County Community Council, 290 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Crestview. Details: 306-1134. WOMEN AND FAMILY INTERVENTION SERVICES AND EDUCATION: a Crestviewbased Community Drug and Alcohol Council program that helps pregnant women with substance abuse. Details: 689-4024. CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE: Eligible lowincome families can receive nancial assistance through the Early Learning Coalition of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. Details: 833-9330 or 833-9333. FREE MEDICARE COUNSELING: By appointment, Crestview Public Library and Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Crestview. Details: 306-2240 or 1-866-531-8011. NARCONON: Call 1-800-4311754 for a free brochure on the signs of drug addiction, free screenings or referrals; or visit DrugAbuseSolution.com. HELP NEEDED DONATIONS WANTED: The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida seeks donations (no clothing accepted) for the annual Inside-Outside Yard Sale Spectacular, which is 7 a.m. to noon Aug. 30 at 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. Outside spaces available to sellers for $10 each. Drop off donations during museum hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Details: 678-2615. 5K RUN/WALK BENEFIT PLANNED FOR DREW BAREFIELD: 7 a.m. Sept. 20, Davidson Middle School, 6261 Old Bethel Road, Crestview. It starts with registration, followed by racing at 8:30. Entry fees: $20 per person for the 5K and $10 for the one-mile fun run for kids age 12 and younger. No time or score will be kept on the kids run. Walkers, strollers and baby joggers are welcome to participate. Pick up registration packets Friday, Sept. 19 at the Davidson gym from 4-6:30 p.m.Make checks payable to The Drew Bare eld Donation Account. You may mail them to: 2260 S. Ferdon Blvd. #20, Crestview, FL 32536, Attention #RunforDrew. VENDORS, DONATIONS WANTED FOR BIKERS BLAST: Heritage Museum seeks vendors and raf e donations for Bikers Blast for the Past, which is 8 a.m. Sept. 20 at the museum, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. The event features motorcycle and craft vendors, a disc jockey, adult beverages, raf es, sponsor booths and more. It ends with a festival party from 2-5 p.m. See http://bit.ly/1pxVdmY for an application. Details: 678-2615 or info@heritage-museum.org. VALPARAISO MUSEUM SEEKS VOLUNTEERS: The Heritage Museum seeks friendly and reliable volunteers to greet guests and answer phones in its gift shop 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Details: 6782615, stop by 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso, or email info@heritagemuseum.org. EMERALD COAST HOSPICE seeks volunteers. The facility provides comprehensive compassionate care through a team of professional staff members and volunteers. Volunteers are trained and provided ongoing education. You can serve in a variety of areas, from administrative help to making visits or weekly phone calls to hospice patients. Volunteering is just a few hours a month. Details: 689-0300. ACTIVE IN DISASTERS needs people to work in the Emergency Operations Center assisting county personnel. Call Yvonne Earle at 863-1530, extension 230 for details. BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHWEST FLORIDA needs mentors. Adult volunteers spend two hours weekly mentoring children. Pairs go to the library, museum, park or beach, hike, roller-skate or play sports. Call 664-5437 for details. NORTH OKALOOSA YMCA VOLUNTEERS needed. Contact Susan Goff, 6828635, for details. HERITAGE MUSEUM VOLUNTEER TRAINING is available. Call Carol Visalpatara, 678-2615, for details. CRESTVIEW SOUP KITCHEN NEEDS VOLUNTEERS: Serves Mondays through Saturdays. To volunteer at Central Baptist Church call 682-5525; Our Savior Lutheran Church, 6823154; LifePoint Church, 682-3518; Community of Christ, 682-7474; First Presbyterian Church, 682-2835; or First United Methodist Church, 682-2018. CAR DONATIONS: Opportunity Inc. accepts donations of cars, boats and other vehicles to support Opportunity Place, an emergency shelter for families. Details: Shelley Poirrier, 409-3070 or shelley@ okaloosawaltonhomeless.org. REPORT ELDER ABUSE: Many elders are victims of nancial exploitation, neglect or physical or emotional abuse, often by family members. Report suspicion of senior citizen abuse. Con dential. Call Northwest Florida Area Agency on Aging, 1-800-96-ABUSE. BIRD AND RARE PLANT WALKING TOUR SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Choctawhatchee Audubon Society member Bob Penhollow, left, listens as Tom Greene talks about the wet prairie during a recent CAS bird and rare plant walking tour. Several yellow pitcher plants were visible in the area. The bird/rare plant walk continues at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 30 at Point Washington State Forest. Choctawhatchee Audubon Society members will meet at the eastern end of the Sandestin Wal-Mart parking lot. Details: Tom Greene, 694-6403. UPCOMING SEAT WEAVING WORKSHOP: 1-3 p.m. Thursdays starting Aug. 28, Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. Cost: $10 per day or $8 per day for museum members, plus a one-time $10 fee for materials and tool usage. Participants learn how to replace the seats on their chairs using different weaving styles. Call 6782615 to preregister. BUGS & BUTTERFLIES: 10:30 a.m. Sept. 2, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview. Horticultural agent Sheila Dunning will focus on helpful bugs and harmless butter ies and how to keep them in the landscape. Refreshments served at 10 a.m. Details: 682-4432. MULLET FESTIVAL PAGEANT: Sept. 6, Niceville High School auditorium, 800 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville. Doors open at 12 p.m. Last day to enter is Sept. 1 for girls ages 0-21 and boys 0-3 years old. Details: 682-2175, 974-0220 or visit www.events-md.com. Sponsored by Crestview Elks Lodge 2624. NIGHT OF LAUGHTER: 6 p.m. Sept. 9, Crestview Community Center, 1446 Commerce Drive. North Okaloosa Medical Center Healthy Woman event features award-winning comedienne Etta May. Cost: $30 per person. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Details: www.NorthOkaloosa.com/ healthwoman or 689-8446. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LADIES AUXILIARY FASHION SHOW: 4 p.m. Sept. 13, Knights of Columbus Hall, U.S. Highway 90, Crestview. Entertainment and light dinner planned. Tickets cost $15 each or $25 for couples. Buy at the door or in advance; call 689-1208. Proceeds bene t local charities such as Catholic Care Center, and Pregnancy Center in Crestview. 2ND INFANTRY DIVISION VETERANS REUNION: The Second Indianhead Division Associations Florida branch will have its annual reunion Oct. 17-19 at the Best Western Space Shuttle Inn in Titusville. All veterans of the 2nd Infantry Division are invited. Details: Mike Davino, 919-498-1910, or email 2ida.mail@charter.net. Page B4

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The defendant’s written answer must be filed with the Court and a copy mailed to the plaintiffs attorney of record at the address provided below. Done this 18 day of JULY, 2014. JO JO SCHWARZAUER, CIRCUIT CLERK ATTY: HABIB YAZDI 501 CHURCH STREET MOBILE, AL 36602 TELEPHONE: (251) 438-7800 Attorney for the plaintiff 08/06/2014 08/13/2014 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 Legal # 20140686 14TD145 Parcel ID # 33-4N-22-0000-0007-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that MOONSTONE LIEN INVESTMENTS, LLC, the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 4407 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: COM NW COR S50 FT E454 FT, S555 FT TO POB E392 FT,S125 FT W392 FT N125 FT TO,POB Assessed to: RAMOS, NOEMI All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highest bidder in the BCC Chambers Meeting Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140688 14TD151 Parcel ID # 11-2S-24-258A-0002-0070 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that PARTNERRE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CORP the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 1933 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: VESTA HEIGHTS ADD, LOT 7 BLK 2 Assessed to: PALANJIAN, TERRY A. & LISA S. All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highest bidder in the BCC Chambers Meeting Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140687 14TD150 Parcel ID # 02-2S-24-1002-0001-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that PARTNERRE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CORP the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 853 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: 2ND ADD GARNIER BCH, LOT 11 BLK 1 Assessed to: DOWDEN, DOROTHY M. All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highest bidder in the BCC Chambers Meeting Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140689 14TD188 Parcel ID # 23-1S-22-5110-0000-0400 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that CAZ CREEK FL, LLC the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 3540 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: PARKWOOD SQUARE PH I LOT 40 Assessed to: FOWLER, DAVID B. & TERRY All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highest bidder in the BCC Chambers Meeting Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140690 14TD274 Parcel ID # 36-3N-25-0000-0007-0080 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that MOOREA HOLDINGS LLC the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 4603 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: BEG 2314.99 FT N OF SW COR,E1100.81 FT S200 FT W,1100.81 FT N200 FT TO POB Assessed to: BROWN, BRENDON All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highest bidder in the BCC Chambers Meeting Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140695 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 14CP825 DIVISION: IN RE: Estate of WILLIAM C. MCLAIN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the Estate of WILLIAM C. MCLAIN, deceased, File Number 14CP825, is pending in the Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 101 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536. 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, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedent’s Estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is August 16, 2014. LAURA AINONI WARD JERNIGAN 800 Ocala Rd., Ste. 300, Box 144 Tallahassee, FL 32304 (850) 391-9466 KARL W. BOYLES, JR., ESQUIRE Attorney at Law 212 W. Cervantes Street (32501) P.O. 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ClassifiedsB6| Crestview News Bulletin Wednesday, August 27, 2014 6519230 Biggest Sale Ever All Homes 20% Off w/FREE Furniture Ends 8/1/2014 850.683.0035 familyhomecenter @hotmail.com6518699 6518700Brand New 28X80 4 Bed Rm $59,900 28X60 3 Bed Rm $49,900 Set Up w/A/C, Steps & Skirt850.683.1777 familyhomecenter @hotmail.com 6519248I Buy Used Mobile Homes! Cash Paid Immediately.. 352.316.2434 familyhomecenter @hotmail.com 6519999Brand New3 Bed 16X80 $39,900 3 Bed Double Wide $48,900 Furnished 850.683.0858 6520000$0 Down To All Land Owners! Your Deed Is Your Down Payment 3 & 4 BR Homes Under $500 A Month. Call Today! 850.683.0035 M37417 FL SWM, 74, 175 lbs., 58Ž, salt pepper hair, light brown eyes. Retired and lives alone. Looking for honest, down-to-earth, slim, short lady, 65 to 75. Must be young acting and not look her age. Prefer someone from north Fla. Likes music, CW, pop, and old rock and roll. Just down-to-earth. Very lonely for a mate. Send closeup recent photo and phone. Write Bob at P.O. Box 876, Crestview, FL 32536 or call 850-689-8038. (SG 12/11)6519245 atyourserviceHOMEOFTHE1/2PRICEVacuumSale 3034862269-0505 Acrossfrom RegattaBay Wetake Trade-Ins 3035815 OtherVectorCSP, LLCis now seeking candidates for a proposal for positions that will open in September. We seek experiencedCourseware Developers Mission Specialists Registrar/Schedulers Operations Analysts IT Support Specialistsfor an Air Force support contract at Hurlburt and Duke AFBs, near Pensacola, FL.Are you an experienced USAF or civilian instructor with strong CBI skills and knowledge of AFSOC aircraft? We’re looking for skilled, highly motivated people to perform a range of USAF training tasks, from curricula writing and CBI software development, to scheduling and management of training programs. Beginning now, we are accepting applications w/resume online at www.vectorcsp.com. Recruiters will contact qualified applicants to schedule interviews. 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50 Cent Value FREE Call 682-6524 to subscribe to the Crestview News Bulletin By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Even terminal illness couldnt keep Roger Berry from his daughters wedding. Roger died from liver cancer July 27, but two weeks earlier, he watched Alycia and Joshua Day become spouses from a wheelchair in his backyard. The July 12 ceremony was planned within a couple of days, but Alycia and her mother, Rhonda, are thankful Roger got to see his only daughter tie the knot. I was so happy that my father was able to give me away, Alycia said. It was worth it, having my dad there. He seemed very at peace (afterward). Friends and family will join the couple on Aug. 30 to pay tribute to Roger, the Crestview High School Quarterback Clubs president of six years. The occasion also will serve as a wedding reception. My dad was really big about throwing a big party, Alycia said. 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All material herein is property of the Crestview News Bulletin. USPS Number 010-209 CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN SUBSCRIPTION RATES 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., 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 A SPECIAL PUBLICATION OF Education SHOAL RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL MORGAN LANCASTER, 7TH-GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS, 6THTHROUGH 8TH-GRADE READING (Students) can expect to work hard and kick the FSAs (Florida Standards Assessment) butt, Lancaster said. The rst-year teacher majored in English and minored in education at the University of West Florida. JOLINE GUGLIEMINO, 8TH-GRADE U.S. HISTORY I focus on increasing reading skills through social studies, Gugliemino said. I like to pick activities that (students) are interested in that are relevant to them and give their learning meaning. The rst-year teacher was a teaching assistant and substitute teacher in Niceville. Gugliemino has a bachelors degree in biology from Midland University in Freemont, Nebraska. She has educational certi cation from the University of West Florida. MOYA MOORE, 7TH-GRADE LIFE SCIENCE; 6TH-GRADE EARTH SCIENCE We will be doing a lot of labs, the rst-year teacher said. Her main goal is to keep students focused. Anytime you can get them talking about the subject, it keeps them engaged, she said. Moore has a bachelors degree in biology from Birmingham-Southern University. CHRISTINE GLASS, 8TH-GRADE U.S. HISTORY, 7TH-GRADE ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS My students can expect to work from bell to bell, with a lot of writing across the board, Glass said. We will also being doing many close reads through primary source documents. Glass has worked as an education aid at Escondido Charter High School in California and as a history teacher at Sylvan Hills Middle School in Sherwood, Arkansas. She has a Bachelor of Arts in political science from California State University in San Marcos, California and a Master of Education in secondary education from the University of Arkansas. JENNIFER WILLIAMS, 7TH-GRADE CIVICS, 6TH-GRADE WORLD HISTORY I want (students) to appreciate other cultures and appreciate our own governmental system and economical system, the rst-year teacher said. To recognize how they have changed from how they were before. Williams, who previously worked as a classroom aid at Baker School, has a bachelors degree in project management from Northwest Florida State College. She has temporary teaching certi cation and is working toward permanent teaching certi cation. STEPHANIE LEECHIN, MATH AND CREDIT RECOVERY Her goal for students is to achieve their highest ability, Leechin said. They should be able to complete the course work and hopefully go beyond that. Leechin has been teaching for the past 12 years in Wisconsin, North Carolina and New York. She has a bachelors degree in elementary education from Florida State University. JUNE YOUNG, 7TH-GRADE LIFE SCIENCE, 8TH-GRADE PHYSICAL SCIENCE Students will be doing a lot of hands-on experiments and learning things they have never thought of, Young said. The rst-year teacher has a degree in biology from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She is working on earning a Master in Education in instruction and curriculum at the University of West Florida. Compiled by MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com Editors Note: Beginning with todays edition, the News Bulletin will publish photos, education and work histories, and classroom expectations of North Okaloosas newest teachers. The series starts with some of Shoal River Middle Schools educators. Pick up the News Bulletins Aug. 27-29 edition for pro les on Antioch Elementary School, Baker School and Richbourg school. CARLOS BOLANOS, 6TH-GRADE EARTH SCIENCE Im going to teach them the standards, Bolanos said. Im going to try to make it interesting (and) try to make it fun. Bolanos previously taught several subjects within the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. He has a bachelors degree in aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a degree in psychology from the University of West Florida. He also has a Master of Science and another degree in psychology from Troy University. MEET THE TEACHERS FAITH Mission provides free food, clothes on exible schedule By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW While the morning sun climbs in the sky, Gene Stanton and Lonny Fuller work hard, loading hundreds of pounds of food and produce into their trailer. The men volunteer with Brother Raymond Williams New Beginnings Baptist Ministries Missions. The food from Crestviews Wal-Mart and Winn-Dixie is just past its last date of sale, but still fresh. And a bargain at 2 cents a pound. The mission, in partnership with the Bay Area Food Bank in Milton, buys food from the grocery stores, Missions Director Jimmy Smith said. Church members weekly tithes and offerings help fund the foods purchase. The mission also receives donations of government commodities. Almost 1,100 monthly rely on the food bank, so the organization established a daily two-hour distribution schedule, parceling out goods between 10 a.m. and noon Mondays through Fridays. We let people come the day or week thats convenient to them, Smith said. The mission daily serves 50 to 60 people. For the homeless, volunteers prepare bags of ready-toeat food that doesnt require cooking. The purpose is to help others at no charge, organizers said. We provide food and clothes here, Smith said. Nothing costs nobody anything. BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin Lonny Fuller and Gene Stanton load several hundred pounds of food provided by the Crestview WinnDixie. The food will help feed more than 1,000 needy residents per month. NEED HELP? WHAT: Free food and clothes through New Beginnings Baptist Ministries Missions WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon weekdays except fth Fridays WHERE: New Beginnings Ministries, 404 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview NOTES: Visit or call the mission to volunteer or sign up for a distribution time, 398-6760 COME WHEN YOU CAN Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN

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James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 on the 2nd day of October 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Dated this 30th day of July 2014 Don W. Howard Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By Don Allgood, DC 08/20/2014 08/27/2014 09/03/2014 09/10/2014 Legal # 20140687 14TD150 Parcel ID # 02-2S-24-1002-0001-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that PARTNERRE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CORP the holder of the following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate #: 853 Year of Issuance: 2012 Legal Description: 2ND ADD GARNIER BCH, LOT 11 BLK 1 Assessed to: DOWDEN, DOROTHY M. All of said property being in the County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. 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KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 Quarterbacks face great expectations COREY ARMSTRONG Crestview JON BECK Baker PAGE 10 Picking the winners, 2 Davidson Middle School, 12 Baker School, 3-6 Crestview High School, 7-9 Shoal River Middle School, 14

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Ou r Ho met ow n Picking this seasons winners By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Theres an old saying that even a blind squirrel occasionally will find a nut. Any so-called football expert who attempts to predict games in the preseason is much like that blind squirrel. If we are lucky, we might just find a few nuts. If we are extremely lucky, our basket will be full and we will get most of our picks right. I guess its time to see if this old blind squirrel will stumble across any nuts. AUG. 29 Milton at Crestview: The Panthers have one of the most storied high school football programs in Northwest Florida, but tradition alone doesnt win games. Last year, the Bulldogs went to Milton and came out with a narrow win. Things wont be so close this year as Crestview rolls to a season-opening win. Baker at Graceville: The post-D.J. Thomas era opens with the Gators on the road against the Tigers. Last year, Baker beat Graceville to spark a perfect regular season. Time will tell if the Gators can run the table again, but I think quarterback Jon Beck will lead Baker to the win. SEPT. 5 Crestview at Choctawhatchee: The Bulldogs travel to Fort Walton Beach looking to avenge a heart-breaking loss to the Indians in 2013. Ball security will be the key for Crestviews offense to be successful. But look for the Bulldog defense to set the tone in a Crestview win. Sneads at Baker: Sneads will try to slow a fast-paced Gator offense as Baker opens the schedules home portion. Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium will be rocking with a bunch of Rowdy Reptiles as Baker pounds out a win. SEPT. 12 Rickards at Crestview: The Raiders ran roughshod over the Bulldogs last year, and Rickards should again be talented. It would be easy to pick Crestview in the upset at home, but I think Rickards athleticism wins out in a close Raider victory. Baker at Holmes County: The Blue Devils are always tough, especially after their home field, Memorial Stadium, has hosted the Northwest Florida Rodeo. Fortunately for the Gators, the rodeo isnt until October, so the turf should still be football ready. Baker will be ready, too, as the Gators pick up their third win of the season. SEPT. 19 Navarre at Crestview: Crestview mistakes cost the Bulldogs in a loss to the Raiders last year. The Raiders lost some big weapons from their 2013 team and the Bulldogs are in year two under Coach Tim Hatten. Crestviews offense comes up big and the Bulldog defense stands strong in a win. SEPT. 26 Crestview at Fort Walton Beach: No team in Northwest Florida has been hit harder by transfers and graduation than Fort Walton Beach. If Coach Mike Owens were playing with a full team this would be a close game, but the Bulldogs have too many weapons against a depleted Viking squad. Rocky Bayou Christian at Baker: The Knights who are coming off their best season in the young football programs history played the Gators close last year. But in the end, while Rocky Bayous offense was potent, the Knights couldnt stop the Gators. Bakers nohuddle offense will give the Rocky Bayou defense even more problems as Baker improves to 4-0. OCT. 3 Crestview at Leon: A 2013 win over the Lions ended Crestviews four-game losing streak and triggered a 4-1 finish for the Bulldogs. Crestview will be a better team this year and should be comfortable playing on the road in Tallahassee. Crestview wins big to improve to 5-1. Freeport at Baker: Jim Andersons Bulldog team fell on hard times last season, failing to win a game. The Gators made short work of Freeport in 2013. And while Freeport should be improved this year the Bulldogs still have a long way to go to catch up with Baker. Look for the Gators to win by at least 20 points in the District 1-1A opener. OCT. 10 Pine Forest at Crestview: This will be the Bulldogs final tune-up game before opening District 1-7A play. The Eagles have a history of being very athletic but somewhat undisciplined. If Crestview can play smart football, the Bulldogs should come out with a win. North Bay Haven at Baker: As was often the case, the Gators ran wild over the Buccaneers. It should be more of the same this year as Baker notches another win of more than 20 points. OCT. 17 Crestview at Tate: The Bulldogs travel to Gonzalez in North Escambia County for the first of their two District 1-7A games. Tates Wing-T offense gave Crestview problems in 2013 as the Aggies took the NORTH END ZONE Randy Dickson Page 2 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 2 7, 2014 See PICKING 15 PUBLISHER Skip Foster sfoster@crestviewbulletin.com EDITOR Thomas Boni tboni@crestviewbulletin.com CONTENT Randy Dickson randyd@crestviewbulletin.com D ESIGN Jennifer Schaefer Special Sections Coordinator S ALES Sherrie Stanley sherries@crestviewbulletin.com Melissa Tedder melissa@crestviewbulletin.com KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 KICKOFF 2014 Quarterbacks face great expectations COREY ARMSTRONG Crestview JON BECK Baker PAGE 10 Picking the winners, 2 Davidson Middle School, 12 Baker School, 3-6 Crestview High School, 7-9 Shoal River Middle School, 14 Published by the Crestview News Bulletin, 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536

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Baker School RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Varsity players: Austin Martin, 1; David Oglesby, 2; Ralph Poythress, 3; Josh Mayhew, 4; Lamar Banks, 5; Dakota Smith, 6; Jon Beck, 7; Nate Taylor, 8; Jacob Nixon, 9; Austin Davis, 10; Christian Sanguyo, 14; Robert Martin, 16; Ian Stoutenbourgh, 18; Will Miller, 20; Jared Long, 21; Josh Long, 23; Dylan Locke, 24; Oakley Kimbrel, 25; Triston Carroll, 28; Jack Wilkinson, 30; Barack Harned, 32; Dillon Nixon, 34; Montae Barto, 46; Alante Coleman, 50; Calvin Blankenship, 51; James Booker, 52; Austin Fogel, 54; Alec Black, 55; Cameron Merritt, 56; Gus Ahus, 57; Jake McKenzie, 58; Drew Gunter, 65; Taylor Sexton, 70; Ben Martin, 74; Dakota Blackburn, 75; Bubba Ellis, 77; Hayden Griffin, 78; and Jonathan Gatewood, 82. Head coach: Matt Brunson. Offense coordinator: Andy Valmus. Defense coordinator: Keith White. Assistant coaches: Anthony Patton, David Oglesby, Rusty Oglesby, John Carlisle, Brian Wagner and Chip Weems. Baker Schools football team, coming off its first district title since 2001, still has work to do. The Gators lost their playoff opener to Cottondale and finished last season with a 10-1 record. This year, Baker will try to repeat as District 1-1A champions and make a deep run into playoffs. Head Coach Matt Brunson shares his thoughts. Team strength: Conditioning. Biggest concern: Being targeted for defending district champions. Offense: Having a veteran quarterback is a strength, but conditioning and big players speed are concerns. Offensive line: Very solid. Calvin Blankenship, Dakota Blackburn and Bubba Ellis, our center, have good size. Bubba has done a good job with the shotgun snap at center. Ben Martin and Taylor Sexton will be on our left side. All of those kids are very capable of providing what we need to be successful. Receivers: Weve got Jacob Nixon, Josh Long, Josh Mayhew and David Oglesby. Weve got several receivers that are capable of making big plays. All of these guys will play hard every snap, whether its blocking or the ball is coming to them. We arent going to run by people, but we are going to be very steady in what we do. Our precession is going to make up for our lack of speed. Offensive backfield: The depth of our backfield is strong. Jon Beck, Nate Taylor and Austin Davis are very capable at quarterback. Weve got Austin Martin, Austin Davis and Monte Barto, who are all capable at the running back. And weve got linebackers we could play at that position. But maintaining control of tempo without making mistakes is a concern. Defense: Our linebacking corps will be our strength. I think the groups depth and the athleticism will be very strong. Defensive line: Those guys are very strong, they are in very good shape and they will be able to play four quarters. But there are no returning starters. Linebackers: Our defenses back end is very strong. We have Monte Barto; and Austin Martin has started every game the last four years. We have Dakota Smith, who will be a very good outside linebacker, and Triston Carroll plays some outside linebacker. Secondary: Ralph Poythress will be a very good strong safety/outside linebacker type. Austin Davis and Dillon Nixon will anchor the safety positions. Jacob Nixon and David Oglesby started at corner last year. They are backed up by Nate Taylor and Josh Long. Well be concerned with minimizing mistakes. Randys take: Brunson enters his fourth season as his alma maters head coach and has produced a winning team each year. If Bakers defensive line matures like Brunson thinks it will, this team could easily be playing in December. If the last three years are an indication of what to look for this year, I think the Gators are set to make a run deep into the playoffs. Gators return with veteran QB, solid offensive line Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 3 HEAD COACH MATT BRUNSON

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Baker School Page 4 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Junior varsity players: Chandler Rockwell, 1; Logan Rickmon, 2; Josh Ramsey, 3; Zaire Campbell, 4; Nick Adams, 5; Jamaal Day, 6; Chris Roller, 7; Tyrone Adams, 8; Josh Springle, 9; Austin Oglesby, 10; Jordan Gatewood, 11; Tom Crowson, 12; Wade Walker, 14; Ian Epinosa, 16; Ryan Stoutenbourgh, 18; Lane Boone, 20; Austin Mayo, 21; Jayson Moore, 23; Logan Cadenhead, 25; Zach Brown, 26; Tate Tolber, 27; Ethan Garrett, 28; Tyler Richards, 33; Colton Farris, 34; Peyton House, 40; Tanner Ward, 42; DNick Thomas, 44; Justin Prahl, 45; Nate Brown, 49; James Joiner, 50; Brett Walker, 52; Gabe Vicari, 54; Michael Moss, 55; Larry Stanley, 56; Weyland WIlliamson, 57; Zach Childs, 58; Thomas Lancaster, 67; Jesse Joiner, 68; Chris Stanley, 70; Hunter Nichols, 72; Dylan Martin, 74; Dalton Richardss, 76; Cody Brown, 78; R.J. Rush, 80; Michael Adams, 82; Trevor Nelson, 86; Dakota Messier-Heinz; and Jared Booker. VARSITY GAMES Aug. 29 at Graceville 7 p.m. Sept. 5 Sneads 7 p.m. Sept. 12 at Holmes County 7 p.m. Sept. 26 Rocky Bayou Christian 7 p.m. Oct. 3 Freeport* 7 p.m. Oct. 10 North Bay Haven 7 p.m. Oct. 17 Jay* 7 p.m. Oct. 24 Franklin County 7 p.m. Oct. 31 Northview* 7 p.m. Nov. 7 South Walton 7 p.m. *District 1-1A game JUNIOR VARSITY GAMES Aug. 28 at Northview 6 p.m. Sept. 4 at South Walton 6 p.m. Sept. 11 at Freeport 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at Jay 6 p.m. Sept. 25 Holmes County 6 p.m. Oct. 2 Jay 6 p.m. Oct. 9 South Walton 6 p.m. Oct. 16 Northview 6 p.m. Head coach: Matt Brunson, fourth year Claim to fame: Bakers Gators, with four state championships, are the winningest football team in Okaloosa County. Performance 2009: 0-10 2010: 4-6 2011: 7-3 2012: 6-4 2013: 10-1 District champions: 1968, 1969, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2013 Playoffs record: 29-17 State championships: 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1993 Playoff appearances: 1968, 1969, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2013 Last playoff win: 2001 Next step: Regaining winning playoff form. FAST FACTS

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981 W. Nelson Av e. Defuniak Spr ings 850-892-7311 594 N. Main Str eet Cr es tvie w 850-682-6835 Locally ow ned and oper ated by Dar el and Donna Lundy Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 5 Baker School RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Middle school players: Jackson Adams, Tyson Adams, Eric Arias, Aaron Arnett, Landen Barrow, Lathem Brown, Joseph Byrd, Chris Cook, Sam Crowson, Phillip Cumbie, Connor Dupree, Charlie Elliott, Bryan Holley, Bradley Inscore, Kameron Jones, Cash Kelley, Trey Kolmetz, Blake Lawson, Zach Mason, Carter Mason, John Mateleska, Eric McQueen, Destin Melvin, Luke Miller, Garrin Mitchem, Ashton Morrison, Dustin Oglesby, Garrett Pourcillie, Peyton Rockwell, Cole Roper, Carson Sayers and Justin Torres. Head coach: Steve Combest. Assistant coaches: Adam Henry and Gary Taylor. MIDDLE SCHOOL GAMESAug. 19 Rocky Bayou Christian Aug. 26 at Emerald Coast Sept. 2 at Lewis Sept. 9 at Freeport Sept. 16 Jay Sept. 23 Freeport Sept. 30 Emerald Coast/Walton Oct. 7 Jay Oct. 14 Rocky Bayou/Lewis ** All games at 6 p.m.

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Page 6 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Baker School Baker Middle Schools football team often plays a jamboree format, facing off against two teams in the same night, playing each opponent for a half. Heres Coach Steve Combests take on this season. Team strength: They all have good attitudes, they work hard and they try hard. They are Baker Gators. Concerns: We are young. Only six eighth-graders playing this year also played last year. Offense: Maybe we can create enough running room to get some first downs and keep the clock moving. As far as the size, the speed and strength of this team, they are not what weve had in the past. Offensive line: Zach Mason, our center last year, returns. Garrett Pourcillie has a little bit of experience and he will be one of our guards. Charlie Elliott, whos new, is looking good at offensive tackle. We have a seventhgrader, Eric McQueen, who will play tight end for us. Receivers: We have one or two that can catch the ball if we can get somebody to throw it to them. Offensive: John Mateleska, one of our tailbacks, is a fairly tough kid and hes going to carry the ball some. Cameron Jones is playing fullback for us and will carry the ball some. Trey Kolmetz is a seventh-grader with good instincts, but hes not real fast. Peyton Rockwell is our quarterback right now. Trey Kolmetz is going to be his backup and Sam Crowson will get some looks, but hes never played before and hes small. We are young. We are not very big and not very fast. Throwing the football in middle school is not something you want to hang your hat on. But once we get in game situations, the cream always rises to the top. Defense: Has to be our bright spot, but theres a lack of speed. Defensive line: We play a gap control (filling the lanes) defense so if we can get all of them doing what they are supposed to do maybe we will be decent on defense. The defensive ends are not bad. McQueen plays one end and Pourcillie plays the other one. Hes not real big, but he has good speed for a lineman. Linebackers: Our linebacking corps is not bad. We are looking at playing Zach Mason in the middle and John Mateleska will be at one outside backer. Weve got two or three kids we are working at the other outside linebackers. Secondary: Kameron Jones and Trey Kolmetz will probably be our free safeties. Bryan Holley is there and were working Tyvon Adams at a corner. Randys take: Steve Combest and his staff will continue to teach footballs fundamentals, which players can use if they join the high school team. The formula must be working because the first group of middle school kids to play for Combest are now juniors and seniors on a Gator team expected to make another run at a district title. COA C H STEVE COMBE S T Middle School team is young with good defense No worries for Bakers running back game By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER For the first time in a half-dozen years, Baker Schools football team enters the season without a clear-cut, go-to guy at tailback. For the last two seasons, D.J. Thomas has answered the bell at tailback, gaining more than 3,000 yards on the ground and racking up more than 45 touchdowns. Richard Stroheker was a reliable backup who could spell Thomas when he tired from a series of long runs. Thomas took the baton from Vada Moore, a rugged tailback/quarterback who was on Coach Bob Kelloggs last two Gator teams and Matt Brunsons first Baker squad. Cameron Domangue was the guy before Moore. Domangue, operating out of a shotgun snap, was a throwback to the old Single Wing tailback. He controlled the offense as quarterback, but he was always run first and pass when needed. Brunson must now find the running back who will be the workhorse in the backfield and allow quarterback Jon Beck to display his many talents. Fortunately, players have a way of emerging from the shadows in high school football. Someone like Baker senior Austin Martin waits his turn and shines when he finally has his number called. Can Martin be that kind of back? Brunson seems to think so as he constantly praises Martin for his hard work and great attitude. Martin will split time with Austin Davis at tailback. The Gators ace in the hole might be fullback Monte Barto. And it would be unwise to overlook Becks ability as a runner from his quarterback position. Barto is a bruiser, weighing in at more than 220 pounds. And anyone who has followed Brunsons coaching career can tell you the Gator coach likes the big power guys who can create their own holes. Baker rode Thomas legs to a district championship last year. This year, the Gators will be able to attack with multiple backs, and each has a unique skill set that will keep the opposing defense guessing. Even without an established guy to carry the ball, Bakers running back situation looks just fine.

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SA LE S & SE RV IC E SA LE S & S ER VI CE WI SE EQ UI PM EN T Ha ve a Gr ea t 20 14 Se as on Fo r al l yo ur la wn ca re & ma in te na nce ne ed s! Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 7 Crestview High School RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin VARSITY PLAYERS: Andrew Adkins, 1; JaQuan Daniels, 2; Rusty Moorer, 3; Alik Whited, 4; Derian McGee, 5; Jordan Rodriguez, 6; Chase Henderson, 7; Marcus Flavors, 8; Tyrone Baker, 9; Marcus Mobley, 10; Capri Jones, 11; Bailey Miller, 12; Jakeem Peoples, 13; Chandler Hyatt, 14; D.J. Stewart, 15; Corey Armstrong, 16; Malique Studevan, 17; Dejon Belle, 18; Trey Dennis, 19; Marquis McClain, 20; Ike Hillard, 21; Stanley Seals, 22; Amp Seals, 23; Lajonte Watson, 24; Antryon Gloster, 25; Tyler Hancock, 27; Devon Davis, 28; Gage Powers, 29; Seth Kootsouradis, 30; Cameron Buster, 31; Phillip Knapp, 33; Matt French, 34; Archie Moore, 35; Josh Thomas, 37; Trevon Hartley, 38; Joseph Stender, 39; Kyler Chatman, 40; James Bailey Snead, 42; Blayze Spencer, 44; Devin Wimmer, 45; Darius Tajalle, 50; Devin Wise, 51; Trevor Vaughn, 52; Hunter Walker, 53; Rivera Napu, 54; Spencer Singletary, 55; Justin Martel, 56; Aaron Ferguson, 58; Nathan Gerard, 60; Logan Fox, 62; Charterion Moore, 64; Dondrell Seals, 65; Cole Lambert, 67; Hunter Johnson, 68; Aydon Pierson, 69; Sebastian Lee, 76. Head Coach: Tim Hatten. Assistant coaches: Andrew Black, Matt Sanders, Ernie Martin, Chris Sweatt, Thomas Grant, Tim Gillis, George Stakley, Bob Sikes, Greg Watson and Cedric Peterson. Crestivews 5-5 record in 2013 marked the first non-losing season since Matt Brunson guided the Bulldogs to the playoffs in 2010. Making the playoffs this year would be the next step in head coach Tim Hattens rebuilding process. Heres how he views the team. Team strength: The defensive front seven. Biggest concern: No established running back entering the season with running back by committee. Offense: We return six or seven offensive linemen; that seems to be our strength. We can protect the passer and we have a running game strength. But we have lack of depth at running back along with some injuries. Offensive line: S ix seniors Trevor Vaughn, Sebastian Lee, Hunter Walker, Spencer Singletary and Nathan Gerard have been in the program for BULLDOGS EYE RETURN TO PLAYOFFS See BULLDOGS 13

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We r e cheer ing fo r our ar ea te ams! We r e cheer ing f or our ar ea t eams! GO TEA MS GO TEA MS Page 8 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Crestview High School Ha ve a gr ea t 20 14 -2 01 5 se as on RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin JUNIOR VARSITY: Luis Jimenez, 1; Eli Hatten, 2; Malcolmb Galbreath, 3; Brayden Moore, 4; Lajonte Watson, 5; Michel David, 6; Xavier Scott, 7; Taron Akins, 8; Travis McIver, 9; Noah Seffield, 10; Kennan Redd, 11; Devon Davis, 12; Yohundra Frederick, 13; Ty Taylor, 14; Jaidyn Rodriquez, 15; Hunter Ellis, 16; Sidney Walker, 17; Trevor Wyatt, 18; Tylon Lewis, 19; Ty Williams, 20; Tyler Stanley, 21; Curtis Martin, 22; Bryce Larkins, 23; Enoch Gates, 25; Christian Munoz, 27; Brennen Powell, 28; Jordan Zimmerman, 31; Bailey Wollums, 32; Tristin Leonard, 33; Joseph Stender, 35; Dearias Yarbrough, 36; Jacob Matthews, 37; Ryan Helms, 38; Damion Blevins, 41; Sam Johnson, 42; Mitchell Mitzer, 43; Martavious Warren, 44; Zachary Johnson, 45; Marc Mesa, 46; Travis Wiljakainen, 47; Holden Ward, 51; Nathan Black, 52; Xander Fowler, 54; Matthew Vigren, 56; Aaron Ferguson, 58; Cody Reid, 63; Michael Lee, 65; Richard Hannefield, 66; Amos Walter, 67; Levi Finley, 68; Bobby VanDyke, 69; and Conner Sneed, 70. Head coach: Tim Hatten

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 9 Crestview High School CHRIS MOORE | News Bulletin Contributer FRESHMAN PLAYERS: Milton Bouchard, 1; Rod Bouchard, 2; Kalee Ciurleo, 3; Ryan Pasch, 4; Jalen Ciurleo, 5; Kevin Ditto, 6; Rodderick Skinner, 7; Theron Stallworth, 8; Keon Voisin, 9; Mondreus Flavors, 10; Hunter Nichols, 11; Chris Raines, 12; Josh Maguadog, 13; John Rucker, 14; Peyton Cole, 15; Xavier Locke, 16; Jaden Arnold, 17; Tyrese Seals, 18; Brandon Session, 19; Murry Smith, 20; Mauricio Colonje, 21; Rhaheem Perdue, 22; Nathan Padgett, 23; Kenny Whaley, 24; Ladarius Perdue, 25; Javier Caban, 26; Justin Pocock, 27; Cody Traywick, 28; Trevor Miller, 29; Caden Stewart, 30; Alex Eberle, 31; Lucus Strack, 32; Pearce Hafner, 33; Chris Bryan, 34; Tryston Villareal, 35; Hunter Thompson, 36; David Gramaldi, 37; Brandon Lane, 38; Vincent Turner, 39; Isaiah Clemmons, 40; Diego Calonje, 42; Tatum Taylor, 44; Brent Sienko, 45; Emillio Ferrari, 48; Coleman Young, 50; Kalese Mitchell, 51; Blaine Maradik, 52; Anthony Taylor, 53; Dakota Smith, 54; Devon Brooks, 55; Michael Hawthorne, 56; Tyler Lafear, 57; Ben Taylor, 58; Dadalus Livingston, 59; Joe Ireland, 60; Jacob Hensley, 61; Erik Castillo, 62; James Green, 64; Xavier Malina, 69; Jeremy Cassidy, 70; Drake Sutton, 75; and Jonathon Glisson, 76. Head coach: Tim Hatten. Head Coach: Tim Hatten, second year Performance 2009: 6-4 2010: 7-4 2011: 4-6 2012: 4-6 2013: 5-5 District champions: 1981, 1982, 1985, 1990, 1993, 1994, 2002 and 2005 Playoffs record: 7-11 Best finish: Class 3A runner up, 2002 Playoff appearances: 1981, 1982, 1985, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010 Last playoff win: 2002 FRESHMAN GAMES Aug. 26 at Fort Walton Beach 6 p.m. Sept. 2 Choctawhatchee 6 p.m. Sept. 16 at Navarre 6 p.m. Sept. 23 Fort Walton Beach 6 p.m. Oct. 16 Tate 7 p.m. Oct. 21 Niceville 6 p.m. FAST FACTS VARSITY GAMES Aug. 29 Milton 7 p.m. Sept. 5 at Choctawhatchee 7 p.m. Sept. 12 Rickards 7 p.m. Sept. 19 Navarre 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at Fort Walton Beach 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at Leon 6 p.m. Oct. 10 Pine Forest 7 p.m. Oct. 17 at Tate* 7 p.m. Oct. 31 Niceville* 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at Pensacola 7 p.m. *District 1-7A game JUNIOR VARSITY GAMES Aug. 28 at Fort Walton Beach 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4 Choctawhatchee 4 p.m. Sept. 18 at Navarre 4 p.m. Sept. 25 Fort Walton Beach 4 p.m. Oct. 16 Tate 5 p.m. Oct. 23 Niceville 4 p.m.

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Page 10 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Baker School and Crestview coaches Matt Brunson and Tim Hatten say they expect big things from their quarterbacks Jon Beck and Corey Armstrong, respectively as the talented juniors try to lead their teams into playoffs. THE QUARTERBACKS

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 11 By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Quarterbacks at every level of football have become our heroes. We know the great ones names: Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Cam Newton. And its no surprise that, more often than not, the best teams at every level of football have good quarterbacks. A team doesnt need a great quarterback to be successful, but it doesnt hurt. People likely will never mistake Baker School quarterback Jon Beck or Crestview Highs Corey Armstrong as some struggling college programs next great hope. A quick search of rivals.com and neither player pops up when his name it typed into the search engine of prospective quarterbacks for the Class of 2016. But thats not to say the junior signal callers are incapable of leading their teams to big wins. VERY BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD Beck got his first start for the Gators as a freshman in 2012, when senior Adam Crowson went down with an injury. Beck started all 11 games for the Gators last year and threw for 1,003 yards and 16 touchdowns. Beck quarterbacked the Gators to a perfect regular season and a district championship. Beck, an accomplished all-around athlete, also placed in the high jump at the state track and field meet. Hes played a lot of football and hes a Baker kid that has come up through the system, Gator Coach Matt Brunson said. Hes a worker in the weight room and a competitor on the field. We are expecting some big things from him. Hes got some size and hes got a very live arm. I think he understands what we are trying to achieve and works very hard at perfecting it. I think he has a very bright future ahead. GOOD UNDER PRESSURE Armstrong took over as Crestviews starting quarterback midway through the 2013 season and helped lead the Bulldogs to a 4-1 finish. He sealed his legacy in Crestview football lore by leading the Bulldogs to their first win over rival Niceville in 30 years. Armstrong enters this season locked in a battle with sophomore Rusty Moorer. He and Moorer will see plenty of playing time, with Armstrong holding a slight edge due to experience. Armstrong, like Beck, is an all-around athlete. As a freshman, he started at second base for Crestviews baseball team while seeing some action on the mound. This past season, he started at shortstop and was the Bulldog infields quarterback. Corey has experience, Coach Tim Hatten said. Hes got five or six games under his belt, and he played baseball. Hes a pretty good player under pressure. Last year, Corey came in and played better and better as the year progressed. He wasnt perfect by any means, but he played well enough for us to compete. We asked him to manage the game a little bit and not make bad decisions and thats what he did. Hes not a cheerleader kind of guy, but he leads by showing up at practice every day and working hard. GREAT EXPECTATIONS Crestview, Baker coaches place faith in teams quarterbacks COREY ARMSTRONG JON BECK

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S er ving Be cause We Ca re Go od Luc k to all No rt h Ok alo os a Te am s! Fa mily Ow ned & Oper at ed by Hea ther & An dy Po we ll Page 12 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Derek Peoples, 1; Chad Hayes, 2; Matthews Peters, 4; Mi`quel Coward, 5; Devin Voisin, 7; Kelton Lima, 9; Tavion Grant, 10; Jonathan Whidden, 11; Chase Moulton, 12; Zyneal Daniels, 15; Trace Sears, 18; Taylor Scarbrough, 20; Jaren Viosin, 21; Ricky Buggs, 22; Cooper Martin, 24; Cameron Pfeiffer, 25; Austin French, 33; Michael Thompson, 34; Dakota Mathews, 44; Karter Watson, 45; Dallas Galbraith, 52; Harmon Estes, 55; Dylan Lafear, 56; George Soliz, 58; Cody Schutjer, 71; T.J. McLaughlin, 77; James Secrest, 78; and Nolan Starkey, 82. Head coach: Chris Small. Assistant coaches: David Carnley, Daniel Richards and Jesse Mathews Roster cuts hit Davidson Middle Schools football team hard. The Panthers will dress just 30 players in an always tough Okaloosa County middle school league. But Panther Coach Chris Small believes that Davidson which won the past two of its seven county championships in 2009 and 2010 can be competitive. Team strength: Our skill positions our backs, receivers and quarterbacks. Offensive line: We are smart with talent like Taylor Barrow, James Secrest and Cody Bass. But a concern is replacing the entire offensive line. Receivers: The Voisin brothers (twins Jaden and Devin) will team with Derek Peoples. Offensive backfield: Hayes will be repping at quarterback and running back. Hes going to be one of the leaders on our team and will play a big part in how successful we will be this year. Chase Moulton is an incoming seventhgrader. Hes done a great job of stepping in and running the offense at quarterback. We are looking at Austin French at fullback and at tailbacks Zyneal Daniels and Taylor Scarbrough. Defense: Austin is returning at middle linebacker for us. But weve never had this many open positions for people to take. Defensive line: One player that has stepped up and helped his stock is Kelton Lima. Cody Bass has looked strong in there. Cody Schutjer is getting there. Weve got some guys that are stepping up. But weve got to replace some people. Linebackers: Our strength is Austin French at middle linebacker. Weve worked James Secrest in there behind Austin some. Keith Brace had a back CHRIS SMALL Head Coach Panthers still strong after replacing entire offensive See STRONG 13

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Crestview News Bulletin | Page 13 DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL injury and will miss the season that will hurt us. Secondary: Derek Peoples started out there at corner for us last year and hes going to be back stronger and better. We have a young seventhgrader we are excited about, Miquel Coward. Hes looking strong for us out at corner. Randys take: Davidson could make some noise if the Panther skill positions can play up to Smalls expectations. I expect to see Davidson in the playoffs if the Panthers stay healthy. But with a 30-man roster, I dont see Davidson having the depth to win the county title. GAMES Sept. 4 at Shoal River* 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11 Destin 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at Pryor 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Bruner 6:30 p.m. Oct. 9 Ruckel 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at Meigs 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23 Shoal River* 6:30 p.m. at Crestview High FAST FACTS STRONG from page 12 Head coach: Chris Small, eighth year Performance 2009: 8-0 2010: 8-0 2011: 2-6 2012: 4-4 2013: 5-2 County championships: 7 total; most recently 2009, 2010 Playoffs record: 0-1 (Okaloosa County only started playoffs in 2012; before, County Champion was decided on regular season recorded) Playoff appearances: 2013 BULLDOGS from page 7 BULLDOGS from page 7 from page 7 several years. Justin Martel, who just moved in, is a guard for us and is a pretty good player. Matt French is playing a little defense, and we know he can come in and help us if we need him to. We dont have a bunch of 6-4, 300-pounders. Weve got a bunch of 6-1, 245, 250 pounders which is not real big for an offensive line but Im OK with that. Receivers: We return Andrew Adkins and Marquis McClain to the outside, which is exciting. We feel good about the kids weve got coming in, but they dont have a lot of varsity experience. At slot receiver, we are going to end up with D.J. Stewart and Alik Whited. We lost all of our wide receivers. How good these guys are going to be under the lights, we dont know. Athletically, we should be pretty close to last year, but time will tell. Offensive backfield: We got a little better at quarterback (with Corey Armstrong and Rusty Moorer) and lost a little at running back. But who knows, we may be better at running back. It all depends on how they play. We are running back by committee right now. We got a move-in guy (Marcus Mobley) from Pensacola High School that is going to help us, probably. And then weve got a possibility in Derian McGee. He could be a starter, but he banged his knee up. Weve got Malique Studevan that can come in and play some. Weve got D.J. Stewart that can play some and Blayze Spencer will play some, too. Defense: I think with Blayze Spencer and Amp Seals at linebacker, our front seven will be very strong and they will keep us competitive. Defensive line: We dont have massive size, but we are 250 (pounds average on the line). But in high school football you dont see massive size. For us to have the caliber of talent that we have (with Tyrone Baker, JaQuan Daniels and Marcus Flavors) is rare. They are physical and they play hard and fast. Linebackers: Weve got speed and experience with Blayze and Antryon Gloster, and Matt French can play for us, too. French can play anywhere for us. Secondary: Andrew Adkins, a sophomore who started the last three games last year, will start at safety. Marquis and Jakeem Peoples are back there. Trey Dennis is back there and is a really good corner. Ike Hillard also will contribute. We are solid back there. Special teams: Some guys coming back are a year older. Seth Kootsouradis and Tyler Hancock will help us a little bit. Weve just got to make sure we become consistent, kicking extra points. The point: We were 5-5 last year and we very easily could have been 8-2. We very easily could have been 2-8. When you look at the way the ball bounces, we lost four ball games by less than six points, and one by 10 or 12 points. Even the games we won were close. You can do everything right and still lose. I hope we can make the playoffs and have a winning season. Anything beyond that is icing on the cake. Randys take: Look for the Bulldogs to have a breakout season. Quarterbacks Armstrong and Moorer have a year in Hattens system and should improve. Although Hatten has some concerns at running back, I believe Crestview will be able to run the ball behind the experienced and talented offensive line. And Crestviews defense easily could be better than last years. Most people are picking Class 7A runner up Niceville as the team to beat in District 1-7A. That could allow the Bulldogs to pull the upset and claim their first district championship since 2005.

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Brunso n & BA KE R Au to Pa rt s & Ha rdw ar e GO GA TO RS Dan ny & Ci nd y Br un so n Cl as ses of '7 6 & '7 7 Au to Va lu e PA RT S ST ORE We lc ome to the Ga tor Caf e Ga to r Ca fe pr ou dl y su pp or ts al l th e gr ad ua ti ng se ni or s! Page 14 | Crestview News Bulletin | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Shoal River Middle School RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Zayne Lavine, 1; Dallas Stone, 2; Darien Hallmon, 3; Jace Accurso, 4; Jeovonny Medina, 5; Rawson Mack, 6; Jack Corbin, 7; Levi Bess, 8; Terelle Holliday, 9; Marcus Purcell, 10; Christian Sanguyo, 14; Jr. McGlaughlin, 11; Bobby Sanders, 12; Tyree Johnson, 13; Marklear Johnson, 14; Gage Ellis, 15; Marcel Lewis,16; Cooper Brickel-Patterson, 17; Kingston Harness, 18; Keondre Griffin, 19; Josh Huber, 20; Khree Morgan, 21; Chris Johns, 22; Austin Chapman, 23; Jay Stanton, 24;Taurean Mays, 25; Kamauri Horn, 33; Juan Hernandez, 34; Braison Smith, 44; Devon Gallardo, 50; Bryson Childs, 51; Weston Tew, 52; Cade Kootsouradis, 54; Elijah Lennard, 55; Tyron Washington, 56; Jaheim James, 59; Bryson Norris, 62; Marquette McQueen, 68; Justin Odom, 71; Clifton Baker, 77; Cobt Aguilar, 80; Colton Allison, 82; John Grodoski, 83; Justin Wade, 88. Head coach: Ryan Gillis. Assistant coaches: Karl Lavine, Rhett McSween and Kirk Whited. Managers: Coleman Gillis, Drew Gillis and Blaine Pawlak. Shoal River has played in the Okaloosa County championship game the last two years, falling short both times. Will the Mustangs claim the schools first football championship? Head Coach Ryan Gillis weighs in. Team strength: Our speed. Concerns: If I had to say we had a weakness, it would be our depth at the line of scrimmage; our depth up front. Offensive line: All of our linemen are returning eighth-graders, except maybe our left tackle. Guards Weston Tew and Bryson Norris, and Clifton Baker are key returnees. Seventh-grader Cade Kootsouradis is making a big push for starting job at left tackle. Id put my starters against any line weve had here, but after that theres a little bit of a gap with the RYAN GILLIS Head Coach See SHOAL 15 Shoal River looks to claim championship

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OCT. 24 Franklin County at Baker: Any good coach knows you schedule weak for Homecoming, and Franklin County is that opponent. Baker alumni and students will enjoy a week of festivities capped by a big Gator win as Baker moves to 8-0. OCT. 31 Niceville at Crestview: Last season, the Bulldogs beat Niceville in football for the first time in 30 years, but the Eagles still ruled the roost in District 1-7A. There should be a lot of storylines heading into the Halloween game, not the least of which will be Niceville Coach John Hicks last regular-season game before retirement. Most people have the Eagles penciled in as district champs. I say not so fast. The Bulldogs again pull the upset, claiming their first district championship since 2005. Northview at Baker: The Gators can claim their second straight District 1-1A title with a second consecutive win over the Chiefs. Both teams should enter the game undefeated in district play so a lot will be riding on the outcome. Northview is probably the districts most athletic team, and if the teams were running track instead of playing football Id go with the Chiefs. But I dont think Northview will be able to keep up with Bakers tempo. This will be a tight game, but Bakers conditioning pays off with a late score for the win. N O V. 7 Crestview at Pensacola High: The Bulldogs played probably their best game of the year against PHS last season and should be the more talented team this year. The last regularseason game is often meaningless unless a team is trying to get to .500 on the year or avoid a loss to stay above .500. The Tigers might be more athletic than the Bulldogs, but Crestview will be more disciplined to take the win and finish the regular season 9-1. Baker at South Walton: If not for Rocky Bayous stunning success in 2013, the Seahawks would be the years Cinderella story. South Walton was able to sneak up on some teams last year, but wont have that luxury this season. The Seahawks played the Gators tooth and nail in 2013 before finally losing. This game could be another instant classic as the Gators win, finishing the regular season with another perfect record. PICKING from page 2 guys they are replacing. If we can stay healthy there, well be pretty good. Receivers: We are as deep as weve been. Tyree Jackson is a phenomenal athlete; he has all the intangibles. Terelle Holliday is another one. However, blocking ability is a concern. We are going to show some different things on offense and they are going to have to be able to block. Thats always tough for a middle-schooler. Offensive backfield: I think we are going to run two quarterbacks this year: Jack Corbin and Gage Ellis. Right now, Jack has Gage by a nose. Gage is also one of our receivers. Hes very agile and hes about 6 feet. We are going to try to find ways to get the ball in his hands. Holliday, Austin Chapman and Jay Stanton are three of the running backs that will see considerable action. We are going to be able to run three groups of backs in and out and that will help us with the kids that go both ways. Ball control and not making many mistakes will be a concern. Defense: We are going back to that speed. I like to put all of our speed on defense. And they also are strong kids. We are going to lean on our defense. On defensive line, Braison Smith came out of nowhere last year as a seventhgrader and is back to anchor the line. He really likes it down there. Tyree Johnson and Taurean Mays will be at defensive end. Marcus Purcell was expected to have a big year, before being lost for the season with an injury. Keeping people healthy will be a concern. Linebackers: Weve got some depth there. Our running backs are actually going to be our linebackers. We will be able to rest them on offense, rotating those tandems. Austin Chapman Jr., McGlaughlin and Holliday will join linebacker Jay Accurso. Accurso has come out of nowhere and Im excited to see him on the field. Secondary: They are really athletic and are students of the game. They are thriving. One player that really stands out is Bobby Sanders. Hes probably one of the best cornerbacks Ive ever coached. Hes watched football and is a student of it. Ellis will be at the other cornerback; Stanton will be at safety. Randys take: This could be the year the Mustangs claim the schools first county championship. Shoal River has been county runner up the last two seasons. If the Mustang defense is as good as advertised, they will be tough to beat. SHOAL from page 14 Head Coach: Ryan Gillis, fourth year Performance: 2009: 3-5 2010: 4-4 2011: 4-4 2012: 6-3 2013: 7-2 Playoffs record: 2-2 (Okaloosa County only started playoffs in 2012; Mustangs have advanced to championship game both years.) Playoff appearances: 2012, 2013 Last playoff win: 2013 SHOAL RIVER FAST FACTS GAMESSept. 4 Davidson* 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at Meigs 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at Bruner 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 Pryor 6:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at Destin 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 Ruckel 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23 Davidson* 6:30 p.m. at Crestview High

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