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SEPTEMBER 24-26, 2014 www.crestviewbulletin.com 50 Cents Elected ofcials to attend accountability meeting GOVERNMENT, A2 OPINION, A4 Colonoscopy: what to expect from this test Man jailed after road rage Fist ght leads to hospital ONLINE By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW Karen Bell believes a household cat is just what her autistic son, George, needs. Even though the 6-year-old is al lergic to cats. Since being diagnosed with autism at age 4, George has trouble inter preting the environment, especially when theres a lot of commotion, Bell said. Her son never bonded with therapy dogs; in fact, most dogs seem to scare him, she said. George is more of cat person. I think its their gentle nature that he likes, Bell said. Dogs tend to be ex cited and jump around cats are more laid back. In addition to helping people reduce anxiety and improve social skills, Sibe rian cats are known to bond with at least one person in a family. Bell hopes a kitten would bond with George. And his allergies may not be a problem. The Russian breed seems less likely to trigger allergic reactions compared to oth ers, according to Wedmd. com. Although Siberian cats typically have shaggy fur, the breed produces a low level of the allergy-af fecting protein enzyme in its saliva. Bell is optimistic, but now cost is a concern. She found an Orlando cat breeder who sells Si berian kittens for $900. The family has set up a Gofund me.com account to help raise money for the kitten. So far, the account has raised $275 for a total amount of $800. Bell said the family could afford the travel costs to retrieve the kitten in Orlando. She hopes it works out. I think it would help George improve his quality of life, she said. Couple credits medical advancements, faith for sons progress By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m Editors Note: September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and we appreciate the Cadenhead family for sharing their experience so readers can learn more about this issue. CRESTVIEW Cancer treatments have improved so much in 50 years that the c word doesnt have to signal death. For instance, in the 1960s, less than 10 percent of children diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia survived, according to the University of Colorado Cancer Center. ALL the most common childhood cancer occurs when bone marrow makes too many immature white blood cells that prevent healthier agents from ghting infections. Today, ALLs survival rate is more than 90 percent, according to the American Cancer Societys website. WE CAUGHT IT EARLY Bonnie and Paul Cadenhead of Crestview are thankful for such medical advancements and their son Westins early diagnosis. We caught it early, so we had a better outcome, Bonnie said. Twenty years ago, it would have been a death sentence for him. Westin, who was diagnosed with ALL at age 5, is now 7, and he is in remission, the Cadenheads said. He takes monthly chemotherapy treatments at the Nemours Childrens Clinic in Pensacola, and doctors hope for full recovery by next year. He should be completely done with treatments (which include taking medications and receiving spinal taps) by next August, Bonnie said. KEEPING THE FAITH Cancer is just a footnote for Westin, a rst-grader at Walker Elementary School who plays baseball and basketball. And Westin said he looks forward to playing football in the near future. But two years ago, when the situation was new and scary, friends and family offered emotional and nancial support, which included organizing fundraisers to help cover medical costs. Although diagnosis and initial treatments can be rough for any family facing childhood cancer, Paul suggested keeping the faith. I would just suggest relying on (Jesus) Christ, he said. Nobody has the strength to go through something like that alone. Bonnie added some advice. It gets better with time, she said. City completes rezoning project By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW The City Council has approved 16 ordinances to complete a lengthy rezoning project. They affect residential areas near Valley Road, including the Rolling Pines, Valleycreek and Gartman townhome subdivisions. City leaders unanimously passed the ordinances; council members Mickey Rytman and Thomas Gordon were ab sent from Mondays meeting. City Geographic Information System mapping analyst and planning technician Teresa Gaillard worked to identify wrongly zoned residential areas and rezone them to comply with the citys comprehensive plan. City Clerk Betsy Roy worked with Gaillard in writing the ordinances for the councils approval. Roy, who oversees the Administrative Services Department, has said affected properties originally were zoned for fu ture commercial land use, which allowed for higher-density residential develop ment than residential zoning. Some de velopments were in an industrial zoned area. When the neighborhoods were built, developers followed regulations for sin gleand multi-family dwelling zoning, but the zoning didnt change. The new ordinances rezone the neigh borhoods under the zoning criteria that the homes were constructed under. In other business, the council: Unanimously approved a resolution for out-of-city water services for property on Chestnut Avenue after the property owner submitted a petition. Passed a resolution recognizing Na tional Community Planning Month in Oc tober. Roy said the request came from the West Florida Regional Planning Council. The resolution recognizes all city plan ners for their work. Staff Writer Brian Hughes contrib uted to this report. WANT TO HELP? Visit www.gofundme.com/ckn5gg to donate toward the purchase of a Siberian cat for 6-year-old George BellS PECIAL TO THE N EWS B ULLETIN George Bells fondness for felines is evident in his collection of stuffed animals. Now, the 6-year-olds family wants to purchase a Siberian cat to help him cope with challenges associated with autism. Family seeks cat, donations to help autistic son DID YOU KNOW? Childhood cancers annually account for 1 percent of all cancer diagnoses. More than 10,000 children under age 15 have been diagnosed with cancer this year. Source: The American Cancer SocietyS PECIAL TO THE N EWS B ULLETIN Paul and Bonnie Cadenhead pictured with their sons, Westin and Will say their 7-year-old has beneted from advancements in cancer treatments. Twenty years ago, (cancer) would have been a death sentence for him, Bonnie said. IT GETS BETTER WITH TIME CHILDHOOD CANCER: BETSY ROY Crestview City Clerk39th Year, N umber 77 SPORTS, B1 Catching up with Molly Kitchen Also: Bulldog Hall of Fame inducts 8 athletes TABLE OF CONTENTS Community ........ A5 Government ....... A3 Education ......... B4 Lifestyle .......... B 5 Sports ........... B1 Classieds ........ B6 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

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BRIEFS GOVERNMENT www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 Page A2 Elected of cials to attend accountability meeting From staff reports FORT WALTON BEACH Okaloosa County commissioners will be among many elected of cials to attend the rst of Rep. Matt Gaetzs upcoming town hall meetings. Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, invited several Okaloosa County elected of cials to be part of his Okaloosa Accountability Initiative. He has vowed to forge a new partnership with Okaloosa leaders. Gaetz plans to host multiple public meetings over ve weeks, create a community-driven agenda and launch a website where residents can share ideas and criticisms. The rst town hall meeting will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 30 at Niceville City Hall. Con rmed attendees include: Florida Senate President Don Gaetz State Rep. Matt Gaetz Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ashley School Superintendent Mary Beth Jackson Tax Collector Ben Anderson Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux Property Appraiser Pete Smith Clerk of Courts-Elect JD Peacock Commissioner-Elect Carolyn Ketchel Commissioner-Elect Trey Goodwin School Board Member Rodney Walker Representative from the City of Crestview Town of Cinco Bayou Mayor Jean Hood Town of Cinco Bayou Councilwoman Paula Andrews Destin Council Member Tuffy Dixon Destin Council Member Prebble Ramswell Fort Walton Beach Mayor Mike Anderson Fort Walton Beach Council Member Joyce Gossom Fort Walton Beach Council Member Bobby Griggs Fort Walton Beach Council Member John Mead Fort Walton Beach Council Member Dick Rynearson Mary Esther City Council Member Ruth Sykes City of Valparaiso Mayor Bruce Arnold Republican State Committeeman Steve Czonstka Republican State Committeewoman Sandra Atkinson WANT TO GO? WHAT: Okaloosa Accountability Initiative meeting WHEN: 5:30-7 p.m. Sept. 30 WHERE: Niceville City Hall REP. MATT GAETZ CRESTVIEW BULLETIN.COM Laurel Hill: Council adopts millage rate, 2015 scal budget From staff reports LAUREL HILL No tax increases are in store for Laurel Hill residents. The citys 2015 scal budget, which the City Council approved 3-0 on Thursday, includes the current 3.5 millage rate. Councilwoman Betty Williamson couldnt attend the nal budget meeting because of a family matter. No public or council input was given regarding the proposed millage rate and city budget at either public meeting scheduled within the last two weeks. Like last years budget, both the citys general and enterprise or water department services operating funds are balanced. The general operating fund shows an income and expense of $839,024. The same fund for last years proposed budget was balanced at $247, 374. The substantial difference comes from the citys recently acquired $600,000 grant from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, which is designated for road repairs. The enterprise operating fund is balanced at $217,500. Last years budget was balanced at $217,400. The difference in the amount comes from a 5 to 6 percent increase in garbage administrative fees, City Clerk Nita Miller said. ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com/news/government for printable versions of the Laurel Hill budget and the resolutions adopting both the citys budget and millage rate. From staff reports Tax hike for some Okaloosa property owners FORT WALTON BEACH Okaloosa County commissioners unanimously approved 2014-15 budget includes an increase for unincorporated residents. The $310 million spending plan increases the Municipal Services Taxing Unit, or MSTU, from .1800 to .2990 mills. The increased taxes will generate an additional $800,000 for storm water repairs across the county. For a property valued at $150,000, the tax increase will mean an additional $1.49 per month and an additional $17.85 per year. For a property valued at $100,000, the increase will mean an additional 99 cents a month and an additional $11.90 a year. County Administrator Ernie Padgett said the additional revenue will allow the county to start playing catch-up on its much needed backlog of storm water projects. The 2014-15 budget keeps the county-wide property tax rate steady at 3.4308 mills and provides all county employees with a $500 raise. The budget also provides Sheriff Larry Ashley with a one-time increase of $500,000 to cover equipment needs that would have otherwise gone unfunded. The board and the sheriffs of ce agreed to dip into a $1.4 million fund set aside to cover the cost of paying OCSO employees who have money owed them when they leave the county. The county will take about $825,000 out of the fund, giving $500,000 to the sheriffs of ce and placing the remaining $325,000 into reserves. Commissioner Don Amunds voted against the millage increase but for the overall budget. Tax collector now processing concealed weapon license applications CRESTVIEW Local residents now can apply for their statewide concealed BEN ANDERSON See BRIEFS A7

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OPINION www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 Page A4 HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY? The Crestview News Bulletin regularly publishes readers thoughtful and humorous comments posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the discussion at facebook.com/crestview.bulletin or tweet @cnbulletin. posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS BULLETIN NEWS INFORMATION If you have a concern or comment about the Crestview News Bulletins coverage, please call 682-6524. PUBLISHER Skip Foster sfoster@crestviewbulletin.com EDITOR Thomas Boni tboni@crestviewbulletin.com OFFICE STAFF Dawn Barnes .................. receptionist dawnb@crestviewbulletin.com Cristina Splawn .. circulation assistant cristinas@crestviewbulletin.com ADVERTISING INFORMATION Melissa Tedder ............ ad consultant melissa@crestviewbulletin.com Sherrie Stanley ..... media consultant sherries@crestviewbulletin.com 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 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 Ask your advertising representative about our Color by the Inch Program and Customer Appreciation Sale 850-682-6524 Home delivery subscriptions may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sometimes, I believe the saying that you cant have it all: balance various aspects of your personal life and various aspects of your professional life. Each week, its a whirlwind of work, work, work, maybe squeeze in some exercise and actually eat something, checking personal email, getting in some creative writing (its a lifelong hobby I neglected when I got in the news business, and with all these characters swimming in my head since high school, its starting up again!), cleaning and scrubbing the apartment (Im Type A all the way), attending local club and organization meetings and events, and visiting family and friends in South Alabama. Not necessarily in that order, of course. And not that Im complaining. But at 31, life is busy! Take this week, for example. Visit family in Alabama Sunday afternoon? Check. Get stood up for a date in Spanish Fort later that night? Check. Swing back to Crestview late Sunday evening and squeeze in some creative writing? Check. Monday: Update all production reports, reply to all readers email, phone calls and social media comments, tweet and retweet news and commentary, edit stories, oversee our minimum 16 web posts and have back-to-back meetings with various associates? Check, check, check, check, check and check! Noticing an email from the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Of ce roll in when youre already making great timing on the midweek edition deadline? Well, I have a ritual for that: Saying aloud to Renee Bell, our editorial assistant, Please dont let it be about Crestview, please dont let it be about Crestview, please dont let it be about Crestview... Unfortunately, that always jinxes it. Its always about Crestview: In this case, road rage leading a senior citizen to gun re. (Read about that on crestviewbulletin.com.) Bummer. That extended the work day, but hey, its part of the job. Monday evening: That meal I referred to squeezing in, along with some exercise, checking personal email and remembering my Icebreaker Speech for Crestview Toastmasters is Tuesday evening. OK, I kind of procrastinated. Because ever since college, I realized I actually work better under pressure. Besides, I got this. The topics about how a workaholic farmers son whos also active in the community became a workaholic news editor whos active in the community. (Piece-of-cake.) Reviewing the speech criteria at 10 p.m.? Check. Emailing con rmation to the club at10:55 p.m. that, yes, Im still giving the speech? Check. Sorting through folders and nding homework to do for Relay For Lifes Crestview kickoff? Check. Getting a call from Mom saying she needs me to do research for a quarterly event at her church? Check, and scheduled. (She volunteered for the task years ago but I always do the research since she has never really used a computer. Even though she bought herself a laptop 10 years ago. And my brother bought her an iPad last year, which she lost. Anyway, seems odd, perhaps, but its the least I can do for her giving birth to me!) Realizing at 11 p.m. (when I usually write this column) that ace reporter Brian Hughes already wrote some great commentary about colonoscopy this week so Im exempt from writing about a big issue? (which is great because its such a packed week)? And that in a month, Ill take a real vacation with family overseas? Amen! And yes, I got a call Tuesday morning explaining the being stood up thing. Like me, she just has a busy schedule. Well try for later this week since shes in Pensacola for three days. But I know how those things work. And the adventure continues! Whats your view? Email tboni@ crestviewbulletin.com or tweet @ cnbedito r Learn more about Amendment 1 Dear editor, There are only three proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot in November, but each one represents an important decision for Florida voters. Do you enjoy our beautiful beaches? Have you been camping recently in one of our state parks? Do you remember what happened after the 2010 oil spill, from which we are still recovering? If so, you should be especially interested in proposed Amendment 1: the Water and Land Conservation initiative. How and why did it get on the ballot, and what will a yes or a no vote mean on Nov. 5? The League of Women Voters of Okaloosa County is providing an opportunity for you to nd out all about Amendment 1: its background, what it means for Florida, who supports it, who opposes it and how much it will cost. On Sept. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Destin Community Center (101 Stahlman Ave, Destin), Ron Houser of the Bay County Audubon Society will make the case for Yes on #1, and the League will present counterarguments offered by the Florida Chamber of Commerce and other opponents. Please join the League for this free event, so you can make an informed decision Nov. 5. MARY BLACKWELL President, League of Women Voters of Okaloosa County Niceville Stop the Florida land grab Dear editor, In November, voters across Florida will be asked to vote on three amendments to our state Constitution. Amendment One states that Effective on July 1 of the year following this amendment by the voters, and for a period of 20 years after that effective date, the Land Acquisition Trust Fund shall receive no less than 33 percent of net revenues from the existing excise tax on documents, as de ned in the statutes in effect ... These funds will be used to buy conservation land. People, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, government-owned land already accounts for nearly 30 percent of our state. Now, the state wants to set aside an estimated $500 million per year to turn more private land into public land, which will generate less tax revenue. Guess who will pick up that lack of revenue. You know who we the taxpayers! Even if you think that turning more land over to the state government is a good idea, does it make sense to put it in our Constitution and take it out of the hands of the people we elect to represent us in budgetary matters our state Legislature? Oh, by the way, not only would we be taking it out of the hands of our elected of cials, but we would be doing so for 20 years! Read up on this amendment, vote no, and allow our Legislature to do their job and We, the People, to keep our hardearned property. JB Whitten Crestview FROM THE EDITORS DESK And the adventure continues... THOMAS BONI Editor-in-Chief Featured comments from our discussion at facebook.com/ crestview.bulletin GRATEFUL FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER COLUMN Thomas Boni, Im grateful for your editorial and for your sharing facts for Septembers Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! Since moving to Crestview in 1979, the Crestview Bulletin has been a source of vital local information and recognition. Before Crestview became a larger small town, every student in our area had their name and/or photograph in The Bulletin sooner or later. It is my prayer that cancer research will advance to the point of a cure and prevention in my lifetime and that there will no longer be a need for awareness, fundraising, spam or special features on children or adults suffering with cancer or long term effects from treatment! Pam Callahan TRIED TO REPORT IRS COLLECTION SCAM Received one of these scams and tried to tell the sheriffs department in Crestview, but sadly, they were all too busy to speak to me. Sat there for 40 minutes. Jeane Phelps TEENAGERS DEATH A TRAGEDY Very, very sad. Maybe now the city of Crestview will ... fund sidewalks for its roadways, especially those side roads. ... As more and more people get into tness, my fear is that this will occur more and more. The roads are tight, in disrepair, and nowhere for pedestrians to walk. An absolute tragedy: A young person getting ready to begin life struck down. My sincerest sympathies! Jenny Edwin Santos LITTLE HAS CHANGED SINCE IVAN Nothing has changed since Ivan. When we get another (hurricane), it will be a major disaster. No additional roads or alternatives have been created. Even today it is gridlock in the morning and afternoon going through Crestview. If a fender bender occurs, you may as well call it a day. Accident investigation takes forever and blocks the road for too long a period. Gisela Harper HUBBUB Bareing my soul let alone my bottom to strangers isnt something I usually do, but this is important. Recently, Dr. Wayne Campbell hinted that I have reached the age when its time to have a, er oh, you know, that procedure were all supposed to have after reaching, um, a certain age. It wasnt that I feared the procedure. I just dreaded the preparation the day before. On Dr. Waynes referral, I soon found myself in Dr. David Herfs waiting room. Hes seen many a heinie in his professional career: 34,739 of them at North Okaloosa Medical Center alone, to be precise. I got the gure from his lovely bride, Amy, who writes, Hes not great with faces .... He says, Ive seen more butts than faces! Im sharing all this trivial background to soften you up for my description of the procedure. It wasnothing. Nichts. Nada. I was in and out of NOMC in no time. Thankfully, I slept through it. More memorable, however, was the prep, which would make a great weight-loss method. Imagine a whole day of consuming nothing but lemon Jell-O, bouillon and white grape juice. Thats followed by 4 liters that evening of something called GoLytely. Its a misnomer. Golightly was the surname of Holly, a character played by the chic Audrey Hepburn, in Breakfast at Tiffanys. There is nothing chic about GoLytely. Marge, a jovial nursing supervisor at NOMC, said it should instead be called Blow-It-Out Juice. Hesitantly, I drank the rst cup. Then, every 15 minutes, I had another. Nothing happened. So I thought Id be productive on my computer. GoLytely is sly stuff. It kind of sneaks up on you. Another liter later, while at the computer, there suddenly was an urgent twinge. You can imagine the rest. (If you cant, Google Great Mississippi River Flood of 1927.) Mother Nature, like Nurse Marge, has a great sense of humor. I quickly learned that when she says, Ready, set youd best be enthroned when she says, Go! However, the procedure was effortless and I was soon in Cracker Barrel cozying up to a mammoth Sunrise Sampler, making up for the previous days lemon Jell-O and bullion regimen. At my follow-up appointment, Dr. Herf smiled and said, See you in ve years. What joyous words! (Sometimes, alas, he has to deliver less cheery verdicts.) The procedure is really important. It can catch something potentially awful, like colon cancer, in time to remedy it. I put it off a couple years too many, mainly for the same reason many people put it off: not fear of the procedure, but fear of a night curled up with a jug of Blow-It-Out Juice, which, despite my embellishment, isnt all that nasty. Do yourself and your family a favor and make that appointment. Its called a colonoscopy. There, I said it. Now go do it. Email News Bulletin Staff Writer Brian Hughes at brianh@ crestviewbulletin.com, follow him on Twitter @cnbBrian or call 850-682-6524. BRIAN HUGHES Staff Reporter Getting to the bottom of a common procedure FYI Approximately 1 in 20 people risk developing colorectal cancer, the thirdleading cause of cancerrelated deaths in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Colorectal cancer is expected to cause about 50,310 deaths during 2014. A colonoscopy, a roughly 30-minute test, allows doctors to use a exible tube to look at the large intestines inner lining. The test can reveal ulcers, colon polyps, tumors, in ammation or bleeding, according to Web MD. Doctors can take tissue samples, check for cancer and remove abnormal growths. People should get their rst colonoscopy at age 50, according to Johns Hopkins Health Alerts.

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Elizabeth Alston Shivers Wheelock, a longtime Dothan, Ala., resident, died Sept. 20, 2014 at a local hospital. Memorial services are at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, in the Glover Funeral Home Chapel, 1468 Hartford Highway, Dothan, Ala., with the Rev. William F. Broach of ciating and Kendall Glover directing. The family will receive friends from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday before services at Glover Funeral Home. In lieu of owers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to: Vivian B. Adams School, 2047 Stuart Tarter Road, Ozark, AL 36360; The Scholarship Fund of Dothan Home Builders Association, 2123 Denton Road Suite 1, Dothan, AL 36303; or The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 1346, Dothan, AL 36302. Elizabeth, the daughter of William Lewitt Shivers and Willie Mae Perkins Shivers, was born Nov. 29, 1932, in Marion, Ala. She was a graduate of Perry County High School and Judson College. Elizabeth and Hugh Franklin Wheelock married in 1955. Elizabeths most recognized talent is the magni cent hand-sewn heirloom pieces she created that are treasured by many recipients across the Southern states. She was the Homebuilders Association of Dothan and Wiregrass executive director. She led the association to win the coveted Homebuilders Association of Alabama Presidents Award six times. At her retirement, a scholarship was established in her name. Elizabeth was a longtime advocate of the Special Olympics, the Greenhouse Project at Vivian B. Adams School, the Botanical Gardens, Habitat for Humanity and the Girls Club. She was a member of the Eclectas Club. A cradle Episcopalian, she was a member of All Saints Church in Pensacola, Fla. Her parents; her husband; and a sister, Mildred Shivers Sheen, preceded her in death. A devoted mother who always gave consideration to her childrens needs in every decision she made, Elizabeth is survived by her three children, Hugh F. Wheelock Jr., Dothan; Laurin Wheelock, Crestview; and Lewitt Shivers Wheelock, Dothan. Other survivors include a sister, Frances Shivers Cleverdon, Magnolia Springs, Ala.; a brother, William Lewitt Shivers Jr., and his wife, Kathy, Cropwell, Ala.; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Glover Funeral Home of Dothan has been entrusted with arrangements. Please sign the guest book at www.gloverfuneral. com or http://obits. crestviewbulletin.com. COMMUNITY www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 Page A5 Annual Wine Gala postponed until 2015 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce of cials, citing unforeseen circumstances, have canceled this years Moonlight and Melodies Wine Gala. The evening of gourmet food and wine samplings, originally set for Nov. 1, will be rescheduled for autumn of 2015, chamber of cials said. We had to make the decision based on what we thought was best, chamber President and CEO Wayne Harris said. Things came up in the last week or so that we realized it would be best to postpone the event until next year. Among the causes leading to the events cancellation was gala chairwoman Rachel Neighbors unexpected move out of town to accept another position. The chambers board decided that rather than scramble to make changes so close to the event date, Its better to wait and do a real good event, member Rae Schwartz said. The chamber likely will retain the planned theme, A Taste of France, and its salute to Crestviews sister city, Noirmoutier-an-l le, at the 2015 gala, Harris and Schwartz said. Epi-Cure Fine Wines and Spirits of Niceville will remain the main provider of wines to be sampled, Harris said. WAYNE HARRIS RAE SCHWARTZ Genealogy resources aid marrow deep quest for heritage Can you accomplish anything on your genealogy with online resources? Yes, you can. Elizabeth Powell Crowe will share success stories of research, serendipity and cousin nding using websites and records in her talk, Genealogy Online Success Stories. The First Tuesday Series program begins 10:30 a.m. Oct. 7 at the Crestview Public Library. Coffee and cookies will be served at 10 a.m. Crowe, who lives and works in Navarre, has pursued genealogy for more than 30 years. Her various editions of Genealogy Online have sold a combined total of nearly 200,000 copies. The 10th edition comes out Oct. 22. Older editions of her book are available for checkout through the Okaloosa County Public Library Cooperative; the upcoming edition is on pre-order. She has worked as an editor for numerous genealogy or technologyrelated publications including Computer Currents magazine, Valley Leaves, LeDespencer magazine, and the Computers in Genealogy newsletter. In addition, she has contributed articles to Digital Genealogist magazine. Crowe regularly presents and speaks on genealogy throughout the South when she is not pursuing elusive ancestors. OTHER RESOURCES In-library and remote use of Heritage Quest Online also is available for genealogy research. Just go to the library website, www.cityofcrestview.org/library. php, and click on Electronic Resources. Scroll down to Heritage Quest Online and enter your 14-digit library card number. Sections include: Search Census: Find ancestors in the complete set of U.S. Federal Census images from 1790-1940 including name indexes for many years. Search books: Find information on people and places described in more than 28,000 family and local histories. Search PERSI Archive: Find information about people and places from this index of more than 2.3 million genealogy and local history articles (1800-2009). Search Revolutionary War: Search selected records from the Revolutionary War Era Pension & Bounty-Land Application Files. Search Freedmans Bank: Search for individuals in Freedmans Bank (1865-1874) which was founded to serve African-Americans. Search U.S. Serial Set: Search the U.S. Congress memorials, petitions and private relief actions. A good place to start once you have gone into any of these six sections is to click on the Learning Center or Help link on the upper right. As Roots author Alex Haley has written, In all of us there is a hunger, marrow deep, to know our heritage to know who we are and where we came from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is a hollow yearning. No matter what our attainments in life, there is still a vacuum, an emptiness, and the most disquieting loneliness. Sandra Dreaden is the Crestview Public Librarys reference librarian. SANDRA DREADEN Crestview Public Library CHECK IT OUT ANNOUNCEMENTS BESTSELLING AUTHOR APPEARANCE: 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Bestselling author Tim Dorseys books are humorous crime capers in the Florida style pioneered by John D. MacDonald. Books include Hurricane Punch, Atomic Lobster, Pineapple Grenade, The Riptide UltraGlide and his latest title, Tiger Shrimp Tango. BEGINNING COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING: Schedule onehour appointments at the library. Library card required. 682-4432. BRIEFS From staff reports Boys & Girls fundraiser features Major League icon FORT WALTON BEACH Jim The Rookie Morris will be the guest speaker for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Emerald Coasts Thursday Steak & Stake fundraising dinner. The event is scheduled for 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Emerald Coast Convention Center on Okaloosa Island. Morris life story inspired the 2002 Walt Disney lm The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid. To motivate his rag-tag high school baseball team, the then-35-year-old schoolteacher bet that he would try out for the big leagues if his team won a district championship. When Morris team won, he followed through on his promise, going to a tryout where he threw 12 consecutive pitches at 98 mph. Three months later, he achieved his dream of pitching in the Major Leagues. Mr. Morris has a unique and exciting story. We are excited for our club members and community to hear his inspirational story and how great futures are started, said Boys and Girls Clubs Chief Executive Of cer Shervin Rassa. Although his story takes place on a baseball diamond, we can all relate to reaching and ful lling our dreams. The Steak & Stake Dinner provides an opportunity for every guest, including donors, community partners and volunteers, to enjoy juicy hamburgers and hear from those who bene t from their efforts: Boys & Girls Club members. Email Jessica Davis, vice president of Development & Marketing, at jdavis@bgcec.com or call 862-1616 for tickets. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Emerald Coast which encompasses seven clubs across Okaloosa, Escambia, Santa Rosa and Walton counties serves youths ages 5 to 18 by providing guidanceoriented character development programs conducted by trained, youth development professionals. Knitting class set for Saturday Interested in knitting? The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida will feature a class from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. Instructor Carol Burkhard will teach the Heritage Alive craft class in which attendees can learn basic stitches and begin a project to be ready by fall. The lesson costs $20 for the general public or $15 for museum members. Interested residents should bring yarn, size 8 needles and a snack. Space is limited, and preregistration is required. Call 678-2615 for more details. Bob Sikes dies Compiled by BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com SEPT. 28, 1994: Robert L.F. Sikes, the Crestview area and Northwest Floridas long-serving representative to Congress, dies at age 88. Sikes, the namesake of regional roads, highways, bridges, a ship channel, the Crestview Public Library and the communitys airport, entered Congress on Jan. 3, 1941. To become the Third Congressional District representative, Sikes campaign took him throughout its 16-county, 270-mile long, 100-mile-wide span. He made 250 campaign speeches in four months and lost 20 pounds soliciting votes door to door, according to his daughter, Bobbye Sikes Wicke, as quoted in Crestview: The Forkland by Betty Curenton and Claudia Patten. Sikes served in Congress until Oct. 19, 1944, when he resigned to enter active duty, having retired from the Army Reserve. He served in Europe as an Army major in the Of ce of Strategic Services, the forerunner of todays CIA. Re-elected to Congress while absent, he resumed serving the seat on Jan. 3, 1945, and continued until redistricting in 1963 made him the First Congressional District representative. He served the First District until retiring in 1979. During his career, positions on the Committee on Military Affairs and Committee on Appropriations resulted in strengthening the areas military position and expansion of Eglin Field to todays Eglin Air Force Base. Sikes also brought water management and public land conservation programs to the area. These included the Apalachicola Waterway, Jim Woodruff Dam and establishment of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. The Ethics Committee reprimanded Sikes in 1976 for his ownership in an Okaloosa Island land development company and his ownership of shares of Fairchild Industries, a defense contractor with a facility at Bob Sikes Airport. According to Wicke, Neither Sikes nor his attorney was able to obtain a hearing before the committee. Despite the reprimand, voters sent him back to Congress the same year with a 3-1 majority. Visit the Baker Block Museum, at the corner of Highway 189 and State Road 4, Baker, or call 537-5714 to learn more about local history. STATE ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA | Special to the News Bulletin U.S. Rep. Bob Sikes served Northwest Florida in Congress for 38 years. EXPLORING NORTH OKALOOSA HISTORY OBITUARY SUBMISSIONS The News Bulletin publishes north Okaloosa County residents and former residents obituaries for $45 including a photo. Family members should write the 500-word announcements and funeral homes should submit them to the newspaper for con rmation. We may edit submissions for style. Call 682-6524 or email news@crestviewbulletin.com for more information. Elizabeth Alston Shivers Wheelock See OBITS A7

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#RunforDrew 5K nets $7,000 for Bareeld family By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The Bare elds have an estimated $7,000 extra for their son, Drews, recovery follow ing a weekend grassroots fundraiser. Saturdays #Runfor Drew 5K at Davidson Mid dle School, which attracted almost 300 registered par ticipants, exceeded expec tations, according to event organizer Craig Shaw. We were only expect ing a minimum of 150 (par ticipants), he said. Even South Okaloosa residents, such as the Reid family from Niceville, came to support the cause. Chris Reid, who had been following Drews progress on the Prayers for Drew Facebook page, said his family wanted to do their part to help. We feel like we should come out and support his family and suffer the 20 min utes of pain for the three months of what (Drew) has been going through, Chris said. Crestview resident Kaden Joyce, 8, said he came conditioned and pre pared for the kids fun run. Though he was still ex cited and nervous about running for the rst time in public, he had to be there for Drew. This is to support him, he said. The estimated collection amount, which includes registration fees, donations and local businesses spon sorships, will aid Drews recovery after a June 28 boating accident. The 12-year-old re ceived two months care at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. Now, hes in physical rehabilitation at Shriners Hospitals for Chil dren in Atlanta. Drew is expected to re turn home sometime this O H V C W S. Ma rk Bo rg an el li MD FA CC Ca rdi ol og is t an d Ca rd ia c El ec tr op hy si ol og is t Sp ec ia lizin g in He ar t Rh yt hm Dis or de rs. Sp ec ia lizin g in He ar t R hy thm Dis or de rs. Sp ec ia lizin g in He ar t R hy thm Dis or de rs. Fo rt Wa lt on Be ach Ft Wa lt on Be ach, FL 325 47 850-8 62-175 3 Cr es tv ie w Cr est view FL 32539 850 -682-7212 De sti n 36468 Emer ald Co ast Pk wy De stin, FL 3 25 41 8 5 0-424-5638 | CO AC H, RA ND Y JO YC E GR AD UA TE D WI TH A BA CH EL OR OF SC IE NC E IN PH YS IC L ED UC AT IO N AN D WH IL E TE AC HING IN OK AL OO SA CO UNT Y FO R 12 YE AR S, CO AC H JO YC E HA S RE MA IN ED AC TI VE IN GY MN AS TI CS AN D CH EER WH IL E TE AC HING PR IV AT ES AN D JU DG ING CH EER CO AC H JO YC E CH EERE D FO R 4 YE AR S AN D WA S CA PT AI N OF CO LLE GE SQ UA D, AL SO TA UG HT GY MN AS TI CS PO WE R TU MB LI NG AN D WA S A FIT NE SS DI RE CT OR FO R 2 YE AR S WE AR E PR OU D TO HA VE CO AC H RA ND Y JO YC E ON OU R ST AF F CA LL 68 266 34 AC RO -D AN CE TU MB LI NG CL AS SE S SC HE DU LE D ON MO ND AY S 4: 00 -5 :0 0 BE GI NN IN G 5: 00 -6 :0 0 IN TER ME DI AT E 6: 00 -7 :0 0 AD VA NC ED KA TH AR IN E' S ST UD IO ON E DA NC E CE NTE R 729 AS HL EY DR IV E CR ES TV IE W, FL OR ID A 32 53 6 Community A6 | Crestview News Bulletin September 24-26, 2014 This is to support him PHO T O S BY MATT H EW B R O WN | News Bulletin About 300 participants gather at the starting line for Saturdays #RunforDrew 5K at Davison Middle School. Event organizers estimate that the fundraiser collected almost $7,000 for the family of Drew Bareeld, a 12-year-old critically injured in a June 28 boating accident. ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com/news/community for video and a photo gallery from the #RunforDrew 5K at Davidson Middle School Daniel Richards, one of the events organizers, instructs participants before the 5K begins. At left Niceville resident Tracey Sexton crosses the nish line. See 5K A7

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BRIEFS from page A2 Local Crestview News Bulletin | A7 September 24-26, 2014 5K from page A6 week, according to Justin Wyatt, a minister at Emmanuel Baptist Church, which the Bare eld Family worships at. The communitys support for the family, which has included a number of residents and businesses organizing fundraisers and wearing #PrayforDrew T-shirts and wristbands, is what makes Crestview special, Wyatt said. You dont have this kind of community support anywhere else, he said. PHOTOS BY MATTHEW BROWN | News Bulletin Kids fun run participants dance to music provided by DJ Larkins Express Entertainment. Chris Reid of Niceville, pushing his son, Richard, in a stroller, crosses the nish line during Saturdays #RunforDrew 5K at Davidson Middle School. Valerie Michelle Camacho, 17, of Crestview, died Sept. 17, 2014. A memorial service is at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at Crestview Community Center, 1446 Commerce Drive, Crestview. The family requested on Facebook that those attending the services wear purple in memory of Valerie. Family-Funeral & Cremation is handling arrangements. OBITS Valerie Camacho VALERIE CAMACHO BULLETIN BOARD WHATS HAPPENING HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT: 7 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays, re station. OKALOOSA COUNTY REPUBLICAN CLUB: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25, American Legion Post 235, 105 S.W. Hollywood Blvd., Fort Walton Beach. Social hour followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Guest speaker: Okaloosa Sheriff Larry Ashley on Floridas Right to Medical Marijuana Amendment on the November ballot; more. Dinner costs $15 and includes drinks and gratuity. Visitors welcome. 850-586-1325. BIRD WALK: 7:30 a.m. Sept. 27, Niceville bayous and spray elds. Attendees meet in front of Badcock Furniture, 699 John Sims Parkway, Bayou Plaza, Niceville. Len Fenimore will lead a bird walk in the Niceville area searching for a variety of water birds, migrating songbirds and wild turkeys. Bring a hat, sunscreen and spotting scopes or binoculars, since some of the birds will be observed at longer ranges. 850-863-2039. TURNER SYNDROME FAMILY FUN DAY: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 27, Old Spanish Trail Park, Stillwell Blvd., Crestview. Cost: $5 per wristband. BBQ plates cost $5. Package for family of four (two adults, two children) costs $25 and includes four plates and two wristbands. Event includes two bounce houses; a video game truck; face painting, live music and more. Boston butts are for sale, and food available includes snow cones and cotton candy. Turner Syndrome is a rare chromosome disorder. One-fourth of proceeds go to the Turner Syndrome Society; the other 75 percent goes to Madi Baxleys medical costs, a child with the disease. BEST-SELLING AUTHOR TIM DORSEY APPEARANCE: 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28, Crestview Public Library, 1440 Commerce Drive, Crestview. 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Assessing the 2014 football season thus far As we hit the midway point in the high school football season, there is still a lot of ball to be played. Crestview High School is off to a disappointing 0-4 start. But believe me, nobody is more disappointed than Bulldog Coach Tim Hatten. He is doing everything he can in his vast coaching knowledge and experience to right the ship and get things back on track. Im con dent Hatten will get the job done, but fans need to be patient. The Bulldogs have been hit by some injuries that have left the Crestview coaches trying to ll in key pieces to what is often a complicated puzzle. Hatten wont play the injury card, but its hard for me to imagine that Crestview would be winless if JaQuan Daniels and Derian McGee were healthy. While most local high schools have a similar amount of talent physically, there is a lot more to the game of football than size and strength. Sometimes its just a matter of kids guring things out on their own before good things happen. In reality, the Bulldogs play a twogame season when they face District 1-7A opponents Tate and Niceville. A win over either team and, at worst, Crestview is back in a shootout for a spot in the playoffs. Baker, on the other hand, continues to ride a wave that now includes a 14game winning streak. The Gators are 3-0 coming off an open date and host Rocky Bayou Christian on Friday before opening district play at home against Freeport a week from Friday. There is no reason to believe Baker wont be 4-0 when Freeport comes calling. As I look at the remainder of the Gator schedule, I can easily see them being 8-0 when they host Northview on Halloween night. If my predictions are correct, the winner of the Baker-Northview game will win the District 1-1A championship. Quite frankly, if the Gators or the Chiefs dont win the district championship, it will be more than a surprise. Baker Coach Matt Brunson has the Gators playing at a high level. Brunson, himself a former Gator, understands the Gator players mindset and what it takes to win at Baker. Baker players have bought into what Brunson wants to do with everything from the offensive and defensive schemes to how they condition. It has been 21 years since the Gators won the last of their four state championships. All eyes are on the 2014 Gators to see if this is the year they return to glory. With a little more than half the season remaining, it will be interesting to see if Crestview can nd a way to win and if anyone can stop Baker. It should be a fun seven weeks until the end of the regular season. Email News Bulletin Sports Editor Randy Dickson, randyd@ crestviewbulletin.com, follow him on Twitter @BigRandle or call 682-6524. www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 B Page B1 Section INSIDE More local news SPORTS RANDY DICKSON Sports Editor 2014 inductees include record setters, trail blazers By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The Bulldogs have added eight legends to their Sports Hall of Fame. The eight-member group honored with a Friday luncheon at Woodlawn Baptist Church spans six decades of Crestview High School athletics. Inductees are Rodney Bolton, Courtney Peaden Ellis, Earl Hooks, Willie Larkins, Willie B. Livingston, Ed Newman, Zac Perkins and Billy Teel. Hooks and Teel, honored posthumously, were represented by their families. Newman, a physician now living in North Carolina, couldnt attend because of a prior commitment. The class of inductees includes record setters and trail blazers. Teel, a member of the Class of 1949, scored what is a still a school-record six touchdowns in an 84-6 win over Frink High School. PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE Perkins, a 1972 graduate, was among the rst black students to attend CHS before going on to play basketball at Florida State and on the military team. Perkins re ects on the past 40 years with fond memories. I think the time I was at Crestview with all the athletic achievements the most important thing was the friendships I made with my fellow classmates and the time I had with my teachers, he said. It was a fun time for me working on the student council. RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Crestview High Schools Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2014 was honored during a Friday luncheon at Woodlawn Baptist Church. See HALL OF FAME B2 8 join Crestview Hall of Fame ranks By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Molly Kitchens high school volleyball career is quickly coming to an end. Kitchen, now a senior, has played a key role in the Bulldog programs resurgence under Coach Kathy Combest. She means a lot to the team because of her leadership, Combest said. She works harder than anybody. Kitchen, a soft-spoken leader, works just as hard in the classroom, where shes an honor student, as she does on the volleyball court. We now catch up with Molly Kitchen. Q: How old were you when you started playing volleyball? A: I was in the fth grade. Q: Whats the best part of volleyball? A: Everything I love it all. Q: Whats the worst part of volleyball? A: Nothing. Q: What are your expectations for this season? A: I think if we keep building as a team, we can make the playoffs. Q: If you had to pick a sport other than volleyball to play, what would it be? A: Id probably play softball. No running. Q: What is your favorite volleyball experience? A: Making the playoffs last year. Q: What are your hobbies outside volleyball? A: Camping and shing. Q: What career do you want to pursue? A: Biomedical engineering. Q: Do you want to play college volleyball? A: Probably FSU (Florida State), but I doubt if that will happen. Ive grown up a FSU fan, and they are really good. Q: What is your favorite movie? A: I am Legend. Q: Who is your favorite singer? A: The Black Keys. Q: What is your best memory of your time in high school? A: The Dog Pound at football games on Friday night. Listening to the drum line. MOLLY KITCHEN PHOTOS BY RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Crestviews Molly Kitchen focuses on an incoming serve during a match earlier this month. BELOW: Kitchen goes up for a block. RIGHT: Kitchen delivers a set. SRMS boys basketball golf tournament Shoal River Middle Schools boys basketball team is sponsoring a golf tournament to be played 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at Blackstone Golf Course. $100 hole sponsorships will be displayed at a tee box. Each hole sponsorship will receive one free player. Funds raised go toward uniforms, practice gear and equipment, summer camps, of cial fees and supplies. The format is a four-person scramble. Cost per player will be $50 and includes a barbecue lunch along with your drink. First-, secondand thirdplace prizes will be awarded. Participants also will receive a ticket for a chance to win a door prize. Registration ends Oct. 10. Email Coach Mitch Buckelew, buckelewc@mail. okaloosa.k12. .us, for details. Area schedule TODAY Middle school cross country Lewis, Pryor at Shoal River, 4 p.m. Davidson, Bruner at Ruckel Middle school volleyball Liza Jackson at Davidson, 4 p.m. Pryor at Shoal River, 4 p.m. THURSDAY High school volleyball Pine Forest at Crestview: Freshmen, 4 p.m.; JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Baker at Jay: JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Laurel Hill at Pensacola Christian: JV, 4 p.m.; V, 5 p.m. High school junior varsity football Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 4 p.m. Holmes County at Baker, 6 p.m. Middle school football Shoal River at Bruner, 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY High school football Rocky Bayou Christian at Baker, 7 p.m. Crestview at Fort Walton Beach, 7 p.m. SATURDAY High school cross country Baker, Crestview at Gulf Stampede, Pensacola, 8 a.m. MONDAY High school volleyball Milton at Crestview: Freshmen, 4 p.m.; JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Middle school volleyball Lewis at Shoal River, 4 p.m. Davidson at St. Marys, 4 p.m. TUESDAY High school volleyball Northview at Baker: JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Crestview at Navarre: Freshmen 4 p.m.; JV, 5 p.m.; V, 6 p.m. Laurel Hill at Central: JV, 4 p.m.; V, 5 p.m. High school cross country Laurel Hill at Walton, 3:30 p.m. Middle school football Emerald Coast, Walton at Baker, 6 p.m. Reporting news, calendar items and story suggestions The News Bulletin welcomes stories and announcements. Email Randy Dickson at sports@ crestviewbulletin.com. Submission deadlines are 9 a.m. Monday for the Midweek Edition and 9 a.m. Thursday for the Weekend Edition. Announcements publish according to available space. CATCHING UP WITH Molly Kitchen I was in the fth grade. Whats the best part of Everything I love it all. Whats the worst part building as a team, we can If you had to pick a sport other than volleyball to play, Id probably play softball. No A: The Dog Pound at football games on Friday night. Listening to the drum line. SPORTS SHORTS

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She earned rst team all-state honors in softball and volleyball and was a second team allstate selection in soccer. Ellis went on to play softball and volleyball at Pensacola Junior College before an injury cut her athletic career short. I feel very honored, very humbled and very blessed, she said. I ab solutely love this town and love this school. There is no place I would have rather graduated and gone to high school, so its very humbling. Ellis is married to B.J. Ellis, an assistant basket ball coach at Morehead State University, and is the mother of three daughters. She said playing sports prepared her for life as a wife and mother. Having a team is like having a family, she said. Now that Im older and Im a wife and I have three girls of my own, I look back on those experiences and use them in everyday life with my own family. DREAM COME TRUE Larkins, who graduated in 1984, went on to play football at Liberty Univer sity and led the Flames in rushing in 1984, 1986 and 1987. Larkins played for Coach David Morgan and helped lead the Bulldogs to wins over Niceville in 1981 and 1982. The soft-spoken Larkins found it hard to believe he had been elected to the hall of fame. Its a dream come true, he said. I never thought I would be here, but Im blessed to be here. I had a great coach. Coach Morgan did a great job with me. He told me, You do things right, you dont have to worry about life; it will take care of itself. Thats how I try to live, doing things right. HALL OF FAME from page B1 Sports By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER It was the age-old battle of David versus Goliath on Monday when Class 1A Baker School hosted Class 5A Choc tawhatchee in volleyball action. The valiant Gators gave it their best shot, pushing the match to ve sets, but in the end, the In dians had too much size and re power. Choctaw won the match 3-2 by scores of 14-25, 25-19, 25-15, 23-25, 15-8. Im proud of the way we came out and battled, Baker Coach Tomikko Parks said. There were some times we let our fundamen tals go and kind of got ourselves in trouble. I was proud of the way we battled for each and every point toward the end of the game. Choctaw is a talented team. They do a lot of things. They are big at the net, and they do a good job blocking. The upset-minded Gators (71) came out strong in the rst set. Emily Stewart led the early Bak er charge as the Gators moved in front 5-1 and never looked back in taking the set. But a long and lean Indian squad exed its muscle in the second and third sets. Evelina Teran was a force for Choctaw at the net as the Indians surged into the lead. Choctaw never trailed in the second or third sets, and it looked as if the Indians would pull away from the Gators. The Indians led 7-3 in the fourth set when Bakers Ashley Black came up with a block that seemed to reignite the Gators. Blacks block helped jump start a 6-2 Gator run as Baker pulled even with Choctaw at 9-9. Appropriately, a Black kill was on the back end of the run. Brittany Brunson had a big kill in the run as well. The set continued to go back and forth as the Indians tried to close out the match and the Ga tors fought to stay alive. A Kelsee McGraw kill gave Baker a 23-22 lead, but Kassandra Fairly put home a kill for Choctaw to tie the set. Baker was able to close out the set with a Stewart kill. Choctaw took a quick 7-1 lead in the fth set and pulled way with the win. Stewart led Baker with 10 kills. She also topped the Gators with three aces and chipped in six digs. McGraw had eight kills and two blocks. Hartley Moate had ve kills. Taylor Brunson dished out 28 assists and had eight digs. Gators fall to ChoctawPH OTOS BY RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin LEFT: Baker Schools Ashley Black goes up for a block against Choctawhatchee on Monday. RIGHT: Lena Daoud serves for Bakers volleyball team.

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Cr es tv ie w, FL 32 536 Ph : 850.682.3 33 5 Fx : 850.682.1 221 Be st Va cuum Ow ne r Da rr en Fa ir cl ot h 10 97 S. Fe rd on Bl vd ., Cr es tv ie w, FL 32 53 6 85 0. 68 2. 00 13 By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Four games into the season, Crestview High School football Coach Tim Hatten is still looking for answers to jump-start what has been an anemic Bulldog offense. Crestview (0-4) is coming off a weath er-shortened 21-0 loss to Navarre in which the Bulldogs managed less than 150 yards in total offense. If there were a silver lining in the cloud that Hatten can build on as Crestview prepares to travel to Fort Walton Beach (1-3) Fri day, it might be the running game. We had 128 yards rushing the ball in a half, which is positive, Hatten said. But we have to establish some sort of identity on offense and be able to score and keep our defense off the field. Hatten hopes to bolster the sluggish offense with an infusion of new blood. Freshmen Rodderick Skinner, Keon Voisin and Kenny Whaley will join the varsity from the freshman team. Hatten said the trio of ninth-grad ers, which will bring some speed to the offense, will definitely play against the Vikings. Hatten expects Fort Walton Beach to line up in a base four-man front on defense and occasionally give the Bull dogs a different look with a three-man front. He isnt as concerned with what the Vikings will show the Bulldogs as he is with how Crestview will respond. I just think we have to really con centrate on what we do, he said. It doesnt matter what they do. We have to do what we do based on the numbers that we get. We have to execute like we did in the spring. We are not trying to be fan cy and roll up 600 yards in offense. We just want to take what they give us. Hatten said Fort Walton Beach runs different variations of the spread offense. Sometimes they have two backs and no tight end, Hatten said. Some times it will be a 21 look two backs and one tight end. They are a shotgun team. Theyve got the players that can run around. Theyve got a couple of athletes. They are not a whole lot dif ferent than most of the teams we play, to be honest with you. By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER Baker Schools football team, coming off an open date, has one last warm-up game before open district play next week. When the 3-0 Gators host Rocky Bayou Chris tian (1-3) on Friday, it could be a trap game for a team that has won 14 straight regular-season games. Baker Coach Matt Brunson wont be overlook ing the Knights. They are the defending state champions in their league, he said. Coach (Josh) Childers, who I got to coach a little bit his sophomore and junior year, does a great job at Rocky Bayou and their program. Last year, against Rocky Bayou at half time, it was 7-7, and they battled with us. Josh has done a good job of getting skill guys in there. Theyve got a back and a couple of receiv ers. They are going to be ne, and hopefully, we will match up with them. The Knights will oper ate out of a spread offense that looks a lot like the one run by Baker, Brunson said. But while the offens es use similar formations, what they do from the for mations couldnt be more different. The Knights will try to stretch the eld with quar terback David Mareno, who threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns last week in Rocky Bayous 368 win over Oak Hall. Baker remains a runrst team while using the spread to create matchup problems for opposing defenses. The Gators used last weeks open date to get some players healthy and work out a few kinks in the system, Brunson said. Baker coaches havent talked about the winning streak, but Brunson said it is something the Gators can be proud of. It is fun to have some thing positive going on in your program, he said. We do take pride in win ning regular-season games, although the big game is next week with our district opener against Freeport. We will try to get Baker better and worry about what we do. Hopefully, it will be enough. UPCOMING WHAT: High school football, Crestview at Fort Walton Beach WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday WHERE: Fort Walton Beach High School, Steve Riggs Stadium UPCOMING WHAT: High school football, Rocky Bayou Christian at Baker WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday WHERE: Baker Schools Doug Grifth Memorial Stadium D.J. Stewart pictured leading Crestviews rushing attack against Navarre last weekend and other Bulldog ball carriers must come up big if Crestview hopes to beat Fort Walton Beach on Friday. RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin RANDY DICKSON | News Bulletin Baker School running back Austin Davis (10) takes a handoff from Jon Beck against Sneads earlier this month. The Gators try to remain undefeated when they host Rocky Bayou Christian on Friday. 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FROM STAFF REPORTS The Crestview Police Department and Okaloosa County Sheriffs Of ce provided the following crime reports for publication: Crestview AUG. 14 Ervin Jamal Thomas, 30, Crestview: driving with suspended license; resisting without violence; cocaine possession with intent to sell; narcotic equipment possession. AUG. 21 Nikita Octavia Drum, 27, Crestview: drug paraphernalia possession. Wynona Davis Carpenter, 45, Crestview: drug paraphernalia possession. Troy Lennie Stogner, 40, New Orleans: grand theft auto. AUG. 22 Dannie Michael Henderson, 63, Crestview: trespassing. AUG. 23 Andrew Jay Armon, 25, Crestview: battery by strangulation; aggravated battery. AUG. 25 Gill McGee Jr., 25, Crestview: resisting officer without violence, leaving the scene of an accident and driving with suspended or revoked license. AUG. 26 William Jonathan Thomas, 54, Crestview; trespassing. AUG. 30 Stephanie Rachel Barlow, 21, Crestview: battery. Okaloosa SEPT. 11 Lacey J. Alford, 31, Holt; property damage totaling $200 to $1,000. Crystal Gail Haynes, 37, Crestview: amphetamine trafficking. Dave Johnson, 42, Crestview: domestic violence injunction violation. Benny Earl Mayo, 61, Crestview: out-of-county warrant. Justin Reason Mayo, 24, Crestview, resisting officer without violence. Emmanuel Richard Villareal, 41, Crestview: amphetamine trafficking. Amanda Gail Wheeler, 31, Crestview: amphetamine trafficking. SEPT. 12 Larry Joe Able, 35, Crestview: driving with suspended or revoked license, officer or firefighter battery, threatening a public servant or their family. Jason Earl Chessher, 34, Baker: driving with suspended or revoked license. Grey Lamont Goodman, 51, Baker: battery. Stephen Scott Harrington, 34, Crestview: driving with suspended license. Larry Terry Reese, 19, Crestview: obstruction without violence. FROM STAFF REPORTS Standardized test for kindergartners halted State of cials have decided to do away with a standardized test for kindergartners. State Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart called a halt to Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading last week. Beth Barnes, the districts testing coordinator, said costs involved in test administration included instructional time and paying substitutes to watch classes as tests were administered. Districts across the state had experienced challenges administering the computer testing because of implementation of new technology, Department of Education spokesman Joe Follick said. FAIR was a diagnostic tool in grades K2, not affecting grades or retention, Follick said, so Stewart decided to end it for this year. LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 Page B4 BRIEF FROM STAFF REPORTS Baker native named UWF Presidents Scholarship Competition recipient PENSACOLA Baker School graduate Hana Wadsworth, a freshman at the University of West Florida, is one of 13 recipients of the universitys most prestigious scholarship. The scholarships were awarded as part of Januarys inaugural Presidents Scholarship Competition, which attracted 141 high school seniors. Students were invited to participate in the event based on their high school GPA and ACT/SAT scores. Competitors were evaluated on high school academic records, test scores, interviews with faculty and a timed essay. The competition included a presidential luncheon and an introduction to the UWF Honors Program. Scholarships awarded include seven Pace Presidential scholarships and six John C. Pace Jr. Honors scholarships as well as 133 various other scholarships ranging from $12,000 to $20,000. Wadsworth was awarded the Pace Presidential Scholarship. This presidential scholarship, totaling more than $50,000, covers the students full tuition and fees, in addition to room and board for four years. All incoming students with university quali cations were automatically considered for this invitation. From Staff Reports CRESTVIEW Valerie Michelle Camacho, a 17year-old jogger hit by a vehicle Sept. 16 while running alongside Antioch Road, died Thursday. She was an honor student who loved to run and dreamed of traveling to Asia and Europe, according to a classmate. She planned to attend Florida State University and wanted to be a medical examiner, according to a close friend. Now, an investigation into the accident continues. City Police Chief Tony Taylor said the man believed to have struck her, Michael B. Stan ll Jr., may have hit Camacho trying to get out of the way of another driver. The driver says a car was approaching with its high beams on and appeared to be encroaching on his lane, Taylor said. Stan ll told police he believed he had run into a deer when he felt an impact with his vehicle and stopped to look. He then found a Florida Highway Patrol of cer and searched more, though, apparently mistakenly, in a location different from where the accident had taken place, Taylor said. Camacho was jogging at the side of the road in the predawn hours when she was knocked into a ditch. Taylor said one witness reported seeing her jogging at 5:35 a.m. He said the police investigation into Camachos death was still in its infancy, with questions answered leading to more being asked. Special to the News Bulletin PENSACOLA The University of West Florida, in collaboration with the Economic Development Council of Okaloosa County and CareerSource Okaloosa Walton, is expanding TeCMEN, the Technology Coast Manufacturing and Engineering Network. The partnership is conducting a needs assessment to determine which ve advanced manufacturing certi cation training opportunities per year will be offered for TeCMEN member companies employees. Trainings, launching this month, will enhance the workforces skill and generate a positive impact on the future of advanced manufacturing in Northwest Florida. Up-skill partnerships, like the one formed in Okaloosa County, ultimately increase worker productivity, which is the foundation of economic growth, said Nathan Sparks, the EDC of Okaloosa Countys executive director. The expanded UWF program offerings will become the centerpiece of the new TeCMEN Skills Training Partnership. For more than 20 years, TeCMEN has been a forum for area businesses operating in the technology, engineering and manufacturing sectors, as well as workforce and educational partners, to collaborate with one another. Since 2010, UWF has delivered skills training education in support of technical certi cations to more than 170 people aligned with TeCMEN. The total value of UWF certi cations provided to members in the past four years exceeds $230,000. The new recurring funding, in addition to curricula developed and tested by industry professionals, will enable the systemic distribution of manufacturing excellence to large and small businesses. Florida Senate President Don Gaetz championed state support for the university to institute recurring certi cation opportunities related to aviation manufacturing. Additionally, CareerSource of cials, including Linda Sumblin, assisted in supporting and securing more than half the education that will occur in Okaloosa County, the regions center of aerospace manufacturing. The Florida Legislature is committed to linking education opportunities to real jobs in the real economy, and I am so grateful for leaders in academia like President Judy Bense, who not only support this initiative, but take the proactive steps to link speci c educational programs to workforce needs in our local communities, Gaetz said. Educational partnerships with organizations like the Technology Coast Manufacturing and Engineering Network will ensure that our students walk across the graduation stage with a diploma, a good job and the skills needed to compete and lead in the global economy. Certi cations that support manufacturing include Lean Six Sigma; AS9100RC, a commercial aerospace quality standard; and Project Management Professional, among others. By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Meet Zeno-R25, a human-like robot programmed to teach, play and dance. Six Okaloosa County schools, including Antioch and Bob Sikes Elementary, arent just the rst in the area to have Zeno on campus. Theyre the rst anywhere. These are the rst robots off the assembly line to be received like this, and Okaloosa has them rst in the world, Antioch Elementary School third-grade teacher and science chairman Laura Pink stated in an email. Pink and ve fellow elementary school science teachers are attending a district training session on Zeno, which along with Mr. Robot, a more traditional-looking bot soon will stimulate young minds in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. The machine, which reportedly costs approximately $2,700, has many functions, according to RoboKind, the Dallas-based manufacturer. RoboKinds robots can walk, talk, teach and even think while using life-like facial expressions and natural social interactions, the companys website states. The robots were bought through a Department of Defense Education Activity grant provided to schools that demonstrated a high population of military family students. CAMPUS KUDOS ARREST REPORT Investigation into teens death still in its infancy VALERIE CAMACHO HANA WADSWORTH NATHAN SPARKS Executive Director, Economic Development Council of Okaloosa County UWF, Okaloosa partner to expand NW Florida manufacturing, engineering workforce 6 schools in the world have this robot 2 are in Crestview ROBOKIND | Special to the News Bulletin Zeno-R25, an interactive, human-like social robot, will help Antioch and Bob Sikes Elementary School students learn science, technology, engineering and math. These are the rst robots off the assembly line to be received like this, and Okaloosa has them rst in the world. Laura Pink Antioch Elementary School third-grade teacher and science chairman

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Just as Mother Nature sends us signals to indicate seasonal changes blooming owers, falling leaves, warmer or colder temperatures and longer or shorter days your portfolio will frequently indicate when you need to make adjustments. Here are some indicators to heed: Out-of-balance portfolio: Even the best stocks can lose value when the overall market is down, but if you only own stocks, you could take a big hit during a downturn and if it happens repeatedly, you may nd it hard to stay invested. After all, stocks uctuate in value, and protection of your principal is not guaranteed. Yet you can at least help defend yourself against market volatility by balancing your portfolio with a mix of stocks, bonds, government securities, certicates of deposit and other investments, with the percentage of each type of asset based on your individual goals, time horizon and risk tolerance. Overweighting of individual investments: You can keep too much money in a single investment, such as an individual stock or bond. Sometimes, this overweighting can happen almost on its own, as when a stock, or stock-based vehicle, has increased so much in value that it now takes on a larger percentage of your portfolio than you intended possibly bringing more risk. As a general rule, no single investment should take up more than a small percentage of your entire portfolio. Your life also may signal a time for change. These milestones may trigger necessary moves: New child: Review your life insurance to ensure it is sufcient to help provide for a newborn or newly adopted child, should anything happen to you. You may also want to begin investing in a college savings vehicle, such as a 529 plan. New job: Assuming your new job offers a retirement plan, such as a 401(k) or similar vehicle, how much can you afford to contribute? How should you allocate your dollars among investment choices offered in the plan? How can you best integrate your 401(k) or other plan into your overall investment portfolio to avoid duplication? Impending retirement: As you enter retirement, you may want to adjust your portfolio to help reduce short-term uctuations and provide more current income opportunities. At the same time, you may still need to invest for growth you could be retired for two or three decades, and youll need to stay ahead of ination. Pay close attention to the messages coming from your portfolio and from life. These signals will give you a good idea of when its time to make the right investment-related moves. Joe Faulk is a Crestview nancial adviser. MA IN OFF ICE 1301 Industrial Drive Crestview FL 32539 850-682 -51 11 DO WNT OW N MO TO R BA NK 385 No rt h Spring St. Crestview FL 32536 850-682 -5112 SO UTHS IDE OFFI CE 2541 S. 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Every year, right around football time, mums make their appearance in nurseries, garden departments and grocery stores. These are some of the longest-lasting cut owers, and if kept moist but not soggy, potted mums can last for weeks indoors and look wonderful. APPEARANCE Mums have dark-green, deeply lobed and aromatic leaves with soft grey undersides. They come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors, from dark burgundy, bronzes and oranges, to lavenders, light pastel pinks and whites. These hardy perennials make great container plants, are easy to grow, evergreen through winter and bloom prolically. All bloom when nights become longer, in late summer or fall, and many cultivars ower in spring as well. Some are low-growing, and some reach up to 5 feet tall. CULTURE Mums prefer slightly acidic soil, with organic components and moderate moisture, but they will grow in less than ideal conditions. Pinch back new growth throughout the spring and summer to produce a broader plant with more branching. For really big blooms, eliminate side buds to allow a larger terminal ower to develop. Flowers will be lovely without such pinching, but there will simply be more owers rather than bigger ones. Divide or thin plants, preferably in the spring before rapid growth begins or in the fall after blooming. Chrysanthemums are relatively disease and pest free, although they may be attacked by spider mites in hot dry weather. If conditions are dry, keep watered, especially if the plant is potted or in bud. Mums in the ground are fairly drought-tolerant once established. However, fungal leaf spot can be a problem if plants are crowded and get poor air circulation. Sheila Dunning is an agent at the University of Floridas Extension ofce in Crestview. LIFESTY L E www.crestviewbulletin.com September 24-26, 2014 Page B5 EXTENSION CONNECTION SHEILA DUNNING Okaloosa Extension agent JOE FAULK Financial Focus FINANCIAL FOCUS MEMORIES OF ELVIS: IN CONCERT: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2, Mattie Kelly Performing Arts center, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville. If youre lonesome tonight, put on your blue suede shoes for an encore performance of Chris MacDonalds Elvis Presley tribute concert. Tickets: $37 at the Box Ofce, 729-6000 or www. MattieKellyArtsCenter. org. JAMES WILLIAMS G UITAR PERFORMANCE: 6-8 p.m., Oct. 6, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Music at the Library presents the acoustic guitarist and vocalist performing Southern rock, country and blues music. 682-4432. 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 @cnbBrian. CALENDAR Watch for signs to make portfolio changes Lets talk about mums!

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I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.okaloosa.realforeclose.com, on October 2, 2014 the following described property: LOT 30 OF FOURTH ADDITION TO NORTHVIEW ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 13, PAGE(S) 22 AND 23, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.. Property Address: 173 NUN DRIVE, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa. flcourts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand on 2 day of September, 2014. Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk of Court, Okaloosa County MARINOSCI LAW GROUP, P.C. Attorney for the Plaintiff 100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK ROAD, STE 1045 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33309 Telephone: (954)644-8704; Fax: (954) 772-9601 ServiceFL@mlg default law .com ServiceFL2@mlg default law .com 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140799 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO: 2014-CP-000915 IN RE: ESTATE OF BOB R. LOVERING a/k/a BOB RANDALL LOVERING and BOB LOVERING, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of BOB R. LOVERING a/k/a BOB RANDALL LOVERING and BOB LOVERING, deceased, whose date of death was July 23, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 101 James Lee Blvd. East, Crestview, Florida 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 on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME 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 must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is September 17, 2014. BEN L HOLLEY P.O. Box 1238 Crestview, FL 32536 (850) 682-2336 benholley@earthlink.net Attorney for Personal Representative FLA BAR # 0036838 CINDY L. MOTHERSHED 3146 Forrest Avenue Crestview, Florida 32539 (Personal Representative) 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140895 PUBLIC AUCTION Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida Statues, there will be a public auction 10/07/2014 at 9:00AM for the following vehicles: 1997 Dodge 3B7HF13Z1VG799002 The auction will be held at 956 W. James Lee Blvd, Crestview, FL 32536. Crestview Paint & Body has the right to turn down any and all bids. 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140862 Blackman Fire District Proposed Budget September 30, 2015 fiscal year Revenues: Tax Assessments $ 70,200.00 Racetrack 2,400.00 Cell phone reimbursements 3,200.00 Total Revenues $ 75,800.00 Expenses: Training 400.00 Emergency Funds 500.00 Legal Advertisements 200.00 Attorney Fees 2,000.00 Vehicle Insurance/Maintenance 6,000.00 Facility Maintenance 11,000.00 Audit fees 7,500.00 Dispatch Fees 1,200.00 Post Office Rental 108.00 Postage 130.00 Radio fees 1,500.00 Office Supplies 500.00 Insurance 15,000.00 Other general expenses 6,000.00 Capital Asset Purchases 13,000.00 Debt Service 10,762.00 Total Expenses $ 75,800.00 Variance 0.00 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140896 OKALOOSA ISLAND LEASEHOLD CONVERSION REQUEST FOR BIDS ON HOLIDAY ISLE\OKALOOSA ISLAND PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Okaloosa County, Florida will open sealed Bids on the 13th day of Octo ber 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Room 204, 302 N. Wilson Street, Okaloosa County Courthouse Extension, Crestview, FL 32536 from: P eter T ufaro, T rustee of the B & P P T rust Under Agreement dated September 22, 2006. Lot 89, Block E, Holiday Isle Residential Section No. 4, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4, Page(s) 29, of the Public Records of Okaloosa County, Florida. Bid Forms may be procured from Surety Land Title of Florida, LLC. 4100 S. Ferdon Blvd, Ste B3, Crestview, FL 32536. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive minor irregularities in the proposals submitted. OKALOOSA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS By: Charles K. Windes, Jr. Chairman 09/24/2014 10/01/2014 ADOPTION: Jewelry Designer & TV Journalist yearn for 1st baby to LOVEMeryl & David 1-800-552-0045 Expenses Pd FLBar42311 HAVANESE PUPS AKC Home Raised. 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Mo der n me di ci ne Ol d fa sh io ne d ca re 85 089 775 46 De rm Surg Ct r. co m Wednesday, September 24 2014 By MATTHEW BROWN and BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew @cnbBrian matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The community is mourning the death of a 17-year-old after a motorist struck her Tuesday morning. Valerie Michelle Camacho, a Crestview High School senior, had gone out for a run on PJ Adams Parkway about 5 a.m. Her father reported her missing after she did not return. The alleged driver, 31-year-old Michael B. Stan ll Jr., knew he hit something near the north side of the overpass and got out to look, according to preliminary information released by the Crestview Police Department. He hit something he thought was a deer or a bear, Assistant Chief Rick Brown said. He couldnt nd anything. Stanhill continued down the road until he saw a Florida Highway Patrol trooper backing out of his yard. Stanhill stopped the trooper and said he thought he hit something. The two went back to the area to search and a second trooper joined them, but they didnt nd anything, Brown said. Later, police found Valerie in a ditch along Antioch Road on the south side of the overpass. Sacred Heart Hospital staffers in Pensacola pronounced Valerie dead at 5:30 a.m. Thursday. Now, purple ribbons adorn mailboxes, utility poles, basketball goals and street signs throughout the Whitehurst Lane neighborhood near Antioch Elementary School. And the community is in shock. Shes just a great kid, CHS Principal Dexter Day said. One of our honor students. I will think about her when I jog from here on, Scott Howard said on the News Bulletins Facebook page. So sad for someone so young losing their life ... prayers for the parents and siblings, Janet Williams said. Such a devastatingly sad situation. My prayers for her family, Kimberly Moreno said. The Crestview Police traf c investigation is ongoing under Lt. Jamie Grants command. No further information is available at this time. Northwest Florida Daily News staff writers Trista Pruett and Katie Tammen contributed to this report. Shes just a great kid, CHS principal says MOURNING VALERIE MATTHEW BROWN | News Bulletin Purple ribbons adorn mailboxes, utility poles, basketball goals and street signs throughout the Whitehurst Lane neighborhood near Antioch Elementary School in Crestview. They honor the memory of Valerie Camacho, a 17-year-old who died Thursday morning after a motorist struck her during a Tuesday morning jog on P.J. Adams Parkway. HOW TO HELP The Camacho familys friends encourage residents to send them meals as they grieve. Sign up at www.takethemameal.com/meals. php?t=XKAW0904 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW New educators will soon zip around Antioch and Bob Sikes Elementary Schools hallways. But these run on batteries. AWESOME ROBOTS BOLT, Antiochs robot, was acquired earlier this year through a Department of Defense Education Activity grant, third-grade gifted inclusion teacher Laura Pink said. The almost 5-foot-tall machine, which can move forward and backward, laugh and say hello and thank you, is valued at $6,999, according to the manufacturers website. Antioch is one of the ve Okaloosa elementary schools to have the PITSCO labs that received these awesome robots for their school to incorporate into their curriculum, Pink stated in an email. PITSCO, a national company that develops science, technology, engineering and mathematics curricula and teaching materials, also has labs in Eglin, Florosa, Bluewater and Mary Esther elementary schools. Bob Sikes lab, which isnt a PITSCO facility, was created several years ago under a grant secured by then-principal Gary Massey, Principal Vicky Hayden said. The schools received the robots because of their high military family populations, Okaloosa Schools CHOICE and CTE District Director Patti Bonezzi said. TRAINING ROBOTS Science and robotics teachers, including Pink and Bob Sikes Dottie Holland, trained on the machines yesterday. Our goal is to use the robot for students to program, and incorporate it into teaching lessons, events at school, etc., Pink said. Antioch kindergartner Molly Kate Callahan named BOLT after winning a school-wide contest. Bullpups likely will have their naming contest in the coming weeks, Hayden said. Robots help teach students about STEM subjects Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN Volume 14, Number 39

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Hw y 85 Crestview FL 32539 850-682 -31 11 www .fn bc rest vie w. co m Y o u r H o m e t o w n B a n k S i n c e 1 9 5 6 Yo ur Hometown Bank Since 1956! By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Lifelong resident Landrum Lanny Edwards has qualied to run for mayor in the March 2015 election. Edwards, a Crestview representative on the Okaloosa Walton Transportation Planning Organizations Citizens Advisory Council, long has advocated for a bypass around Crestview to alleviate some State Road 85 trafc. I will work on getting a bypass around the city of Crestview even if I have to walk to Tallahassee and talk to the representatives and the governor, he said in March 2013. Edwards also strongly supports improv ing downtown parking and stopping what he calls wasteful spending that does not benet the people of Crestview. One of his biggest goals is boosting resi dents interest in city government. When 500 people can elect a city coun cilman and theres 26,000 people here, we need to have more participation, he said. He has owned Edwards Machine Shop for more than 20 years, is a four-year Navy veteran and is retired from civil service at Eglin Air Force Base. He regularly attends City Council meet ings and frequently comments on current issues during citizen comment periods. Edwards unsuccessfully campaigned last year to unseat former City Councilman Ben Iannucci III. Joe Blocker won the Pre cinct 1 position. Resident qualies for mayoral race FILE PHOTO | News Bulletin Landrum Edwards has qualied to run for Crestview mayor. By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com MILLIGA N Motorists traveling on Highway 90 and State Road 4 will soon notice road construction. Ian Satter, a Florida Department of Transpor tation spokesperson, said engineers will add a turn ing lane from U.S. 90 West onto State Road 4. No start date is available at this time. The FDOT-funded, $634,000 project which includes lengthening the turning lane from S.R. 4 to U.S. 90 eastbound will take almost ve months to complete, Satter said. The decision to im prove the intersection fol lows a recent trafc study, Satter said. We were seeing some trafc delays, he said. (With the intersection improvement project) we will be able to alleviate the trafc congestion. Satter suggests motor ists prepare for occasional delays. Depending on what (engineers) are doing, they will try to keep traf c owing, Satter said. Construction will be (happening) out there, so allow yourself some extra time. U.S. 90 and S.R. 4 road construction planned By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com HOLT Soon, residents can enjoy another, more local option for down home cooking. Holts Diner, off U.S. Highway 90 be side the Holt post ofce, is undergoing renovations before it opens Sept. 29. When it does, the restaurant will offer something the community needs, manager Michelle Dzwonkowski said. The home-style country cooking is in high demand here, and we want to please, she said. In addition to serving dine-in blue plate specials including meatloaf, fried pork chops and fried sh the diner will offer deli meats and cheeses, homemade soups, fresh baked breads and casseroles to go. I know working people dont always want to go out and eat, Dzwonkowski said. If they want to grab a casserole, a sandwich or a meal to go they can call it in and we will have it ready. The menu eventually will include even more items, she said. IT S WHAT S N ECESSAR Y Since renovations began, residents have stopped by and asked about the activity, Dzwonkowski said. People would stop by, before we even announced anything they would say they sure hoped it would be a restaurant, because Holt needs a restau rant, she said. Its whats necessary for this community. Austin Valani, Dzwonkowskis business partner and store manager for neighbor ing Browns Grocery, said he noticed a market for such a restaurant after seeing Browns daily business. The diner also will benet those passing through Holt, Valani said. Ive had people come off (Interstate) 10 and ask me if we had a place where they could just sit and eat, Valani said. Once its open, he plans to suggest Holts Diner, whose hours will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays. I think this is going to be a good thing (for the community), he said. We want to pleaseMATTHEW BROW N | News Bulletin Renovations are underway for Holts Diner, a new restaurant in the Holt community. Management of the restaurant which will offer blue plate specials, such as meatloaf, fried pork chops and fried sh plans to open the eatery Sept. 29. Diner brings home-style country cooking to Holt MICHELLE DZWONKOWSKI

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Extra Crestview News Bulletin | A3 Wednesday, September 24, 2014 By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Madison Baxley is turning 5 years old on Sept. 30. Its a big deal, said her mother, Ashley. Even before she was born, she wasnt expected to make it. Madison has Turner syndrome, a chromosom al disorder that affects growth and can result in a wide neck, hearing loss, visual impairment and irregularities with the heart, liver and kidneys, according to the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States website. The disorder itself which is present in one of 2,000 female births, according to the societys website typically isnt life-threatening, but complications can be. Madison was just 9 days old when she received open-heart surgery in Atlanta, Ashley said. Madison, at 4, still struggles, but her mother is optimistic. She has done pretty well so far, Ashley said. The family spreads awareness by wearing Turner syndrome T-shirts and supporting Turner Syndrome Family Fun Day, set for Sept. 27 at Old Spanish Trail Park. The event will feature chil drens bounce houses, a video game truck, face painting and live music. Wrist bands, lunch plates and snacks will be sold for donations. In addition, residents dealing with the disor der will be on hand to share insight, Ashley said. Most of the events proceeds will assist with Madisons medical expenses. Twenty-ve per cent will benet the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States, Ashley said. In addition to weekly physical and occupa tional therapy sessions, Madison soon will need another open-heart surgery, along with a neck procedure, Ashley said. Having Madison in her life has given Ashley purpose in spreading awareness for Turner syn drome, she said. I never knew what my calling was until I had her, she said. WANT TO GO? WHAT: Turner Syndrome Family Fun Day WHEN: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 WHERE: Old Spanish Trail Park, corner of Industrial Drive and Stillwell Boulevard, Crestview COST: $5 per wristband, $5 for barbecue plate and $25 for family of four package (including two childrens wrist bands and four lunch plates) Mother spreads Turner syndrome awareness after diagnosis SP ECIA L TO T H E N EWS BULL ETIN The Baxley family bottom row, Ally, 7, Madison, 4, and top row, Lilly, 1, and Ashley and Matthew is spreading awareness about Turner syndrome with a Sept. 27 Family Fun Day.

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Extra A4 | Crestview News Bulletin Wednesday, September 24, 2014 *A nn ua l Pe rc en ta ge Yi el d. Yi el d & De po si t am ou nt sub je ct to av ai la bi li ty Pe na lt y fo r ea rl y wi th dr aw al Pr omo ti on al in ce nt iv es in cl ud ed to ob ta in yi el d. Ce rt ai n re st ri ct io ns app ly Ra te s ma y va ry de pe nd in g on de po si t am ou nt Al l ba nk acc ou nt s ar e FD IC in su re d to le g al li mi t. Fa ll In to GR EA T RA TE S 85 050 287 00 www .PanhandleFFG.com AS HE AR D ON "Th e Wa ke Up Cal l" wi th Ke n and An di On Ne ws Ta lk 12 60 AM Th e Or ig in al CD Loca to r & Fi nan ci al Se rv ic e Co F IR ST F IN AN CIAL G RO UP 1 YE AR CD RA TE 2. 65 % AP Y* AP Y* Mon ey Ma rk et 6 MO NTH BO NU S RA TE 3 % By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Bob Sikes Elementary School has accepted Southside Centers ALS ice bucket challenge. But the Bullpups will have to raise more than $446.18 for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis research if they want to compete with Southside. Each Southside class recently learned about ALS, the neurodegenerative disease also called Lou Gehrigs disease. We think its very important for us to have service projects at the school, Southside principal Debra Haan said. After each lesson, rstgrade teacher Candis Sharon asked her students to reect on what they learned. The next day, we would discuss, What if this was you? she said. Would you want others to do this (fundraising) for you? The lesson culminated Wednesday as rst-graders splashed Sharon and physical education coach Kassy Johnson with ice-cold water. Sharons 13 students collected $78, more than any other Southside class, she said. Pouring the water on Sharon and Johnson was the students reward. It was an extra incentive that she gave to her students, Haan said. She stepped up. The fundraiser began two weeks ago, and it didnt take long for Sharon to realize her students would meet their goal. It was amazing; every time I counted the (dollar) bills, I would just get chillier and chillier, she said. The childrens efforts to aid ALS research were impressive, Johnson said. These kids worked really hard, she said. We are a small school and we raised a lot of money. Students motivated to support ALS ONLINE See www.crestview bulletin.com/education for video of ice water being dunked on Southside Center staffers. MATTHEW BROWN | News Bulletin Southside Center physical education coach Kassy Johnson, left, and rst-grade teacher Candis Sharon recover Wednesday after students poured ice water on them. In 311 A.D., Constantine the Great legalized Christianity. Christians no longer had to hide their faith or fear dying. Because Constantine made Christianity the empires of cial religion, everyone wanted to be a Christian so they would be in the emperors good graces. Unfortunately, church leaders could not keep up with the kind of deep, thorough teaching and indoctrination necessary to erase pagan practices so people would understand and live Christs faith. As a result, pagan practices in ltrated church life. People joined a church simply because doing so was politically correct. There was no full understanding of the kind of sacri cial or generous life called for by Jesus. That reminds me of a story: One day, a young, rich, respectable man approached Jesus. It seems as though he wanted to boast about all his good deeds and pious behavior, and be recognized for all the fantastic ways he had kept all aspects of Jewish law. Surely that would be worthy of praise from this great rabbi. Jesus told this young man that he had done pretty well. Jesus also knew what was in the mans heart. Jesus said there was only one thing left for the young man to do: sell all his possessions and give the money to the poor. Then he could follow Jesus. The man went away sad because he had many possessions. He could not give them up. There would be nothing left for him. Jesus knew what was in the young mans heart, and how painful his words would be to the young man. But Jesus spoke the words anyway. And he did it in love. Jesus knows we want to give ourselves to him, but there often is something that prevents us from doing so. What do you need to give up to make Jesus rst in your life? Where is your heart? Are you part of a church because it is the proper or popular thing to do, or because the Lord has transformed your heart? The Rev. Mark Broadhead is Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church and First Presbyterian Church of Crestviews pastor. FROM THE PULPIT REV. MARK BROADHEAD From the Pulpit Following Jesus requires giving up other things FAITH EDUCATION

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I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.okaloosa.realforeclose.com, on October 2, 2014 the following described property: LOT 30 OF FOURTH ADDITION TO NORTHVIEW ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 13, PAGE(S) 22 AND 23, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.. Property Address: 173 NUN DRIVE, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa. flcourts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand on 2 day of September, 2014. Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk of Court, Okaloosa County MARINOSCI LAW GROUP, P.C. Attorney for the Plaintiff 100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK ROAD, STE 1045 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33309 Telephone: (954)644-8704; Fax: (954) 772-9601 ServiceFL@mlg default law .com ServiceFL2@mlg default law .com 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140799 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO: 2014-CP-000915 IN RE: ESTATE OF BOB R. LOVERING a/k/a BOB RANDALL LOVERING and BOB LOVERING, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of BOB R. LOVERING a/k/a BOB RANDALL LOVERING and BOB LOVERING, deceased, whose date of death was July 23, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 101 James Lee Blvd. East, Crestview, Florida 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 on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME 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 must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is September 17, 2014. BEN L HOLLEY P.O. Box 1238 Crestview, FL 32536 (850) 682-2336 benholley@earthlink.net Attorney for Personal Representative FLA BAR # 0036838 CINDY L. MOTHERSHED 3146 Forrest Avenue Crestview, Florida 32539 (Personal Representative) 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140895 PUBLIC AUCTION Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida Statues, there will be a public auction 10/07/2014 at 9:00AM for the following vehicles: 1997 Dodge 3B7HF13Z1VG799002 The auction will be held at 956 W. James Lee Blvd, Crestview, FL 32536. Crestview Paint & Body has the right to turn down any and all bids. 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140862 Blackman Fire District Proposed Budget September 30, 2015 fiscal year Revenues: Tax Assessments $ 70,200.00 Racetrack 2,400.00 Cell phone reimbursements 3,200.00 Total Revenues $ 75,800.00 Expenses: Training 400.00 Emergency Funds 500.00 Legal Advertisements 200.00 Attorney Fees 2,000.00 Vehicle Insurance/Maintenance 6,000.00 Facility Maintenance 11,000.00 Audit fees 7,500.00 Dispatch Fees 1,200.00 Post Office Rental 108.00 Postage 130.00 Radio fees 1,500.00 Office Supplies 500.00 Insurance 15,000.00 Other general expenses 6,000.00 Capital Asset Purchases 13,000.00 Debt Service 10,762.00 Total Expenses $ 75,800.00 Variance 0.00 09/17/2014 09/24/2014 Legal # 20140896 OKALOOSA ISLAND LEASEHOLD CONVERSION REQUEST FOR BIDS ON HOLIDAY ISLE\OKALOOSA ISLAND PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Okaloosa County, Florida will open sealed Bids on the 13th day of Octo ber 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Room 204, 302 N. Wilson Street, Okaloosa County Courthouse Extension, Crestview, FL 32536 from: P eter T ufaro, T rustee of the B & P P T rust Under Agreement dated September 22, 2006. Lot 89, Block E, Holiday Isle Residential Section No. 4, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4, Page(s) 29, of the Public Records of Okaloosa County, Florida. Bid Forms may be procured from Surety Land Title of Florida, LLC. 4100 S. Ferdon Blvd, Ste B3, Crestview, FL 32536. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive minor irregularities in the proposals submitted. OKALOOSA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS By: Charles K. Windes, Jr. Chairman 09/24/2014 10/01/2014 ADOPTION: Jewelry Designer & TV Journalist yearn for 1st baby to LOVEMeryl & David 1-800-552-0045 Expenses Pd FLBar42311 HAVANESE PUPS AKC Home Raised. Best Health Guar.262-993-0460www .noahslittleark.com Crestview, 256 Limestone Circle Crestview 32539, Located off Restone in Redstone Estates, Sept. 27th 2014 7am-12pmYard SaleToddler Beds, baby items, 2 Shimano mountain bikes, Tools, Surf board, wake skate, power steam vacuum, instruments, DVDs, XBOX games, clothes, misc items. txt FL01443 to 56654 GUN SHOW Santa Rosa County Auditorium: Milton, FL October 11th & 12th9:00 am -5:00 pm. (Concealed Weapons Classes10am & 2pm Daily Call: 850-602-6572)General Admission $6850-957-4952 or 850-261-8407 Conceal weapon classes offered daily. We Buy GoldJewelry & Diamonds Get a $500 Loan for $30 a month 700 Beal Pkwy US GOLD PAWN Call TOM Now!! 850-974-2462www .usgold p awn.com Admin/ClericalCustomer Service RepThe Crestview News Bulletin has an opening for a Part Time Circulation Customer Service / Representative / Front Desk position. This is an entry level position, the schedule is 15 hours a week and the applicant must possess: The ability to communicate effectively by phone and in person. A general knowledge of computers and data entry General math skills Ability to make customer service the #1 priority. Email resumes to: ehypes@ nwfdailynews.com Web ID#: 34300938 Install/Maint/RepairNow Hiring!!Local company in Crestview area has opening for PTposition. Would be great opportunity to retired individual. Call 877-808-3623 Web ID#: 34300983 Medical/HealthCOOKPT -Potential to develop into FT. Swing Shift (5:30a -1:30p and 12:00p -8:00p) Experience required. Pay based on experience and includes benefit package. Apply at: Silvercrest Health Rehab & Nursing Ctr 910 Brookmeade Dr Crestview 682-1903 EEO/M/F/D/V Web ID#: 34301279 Publisher’s NoticeAll real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on a equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Crestview -4 BD, 2 full BA, 7 years old, 252 Citadel Ln, $1,250/mo, Call 850-307-2382 or 337-304-0878 Andalusia -2 BD 2BA country home with lg yard, safe neighborhood, 140 ac, fenced & cross-fenced, borders natl. forest, pleasant home school district, hay fields, cultivated fields, & wooded w/ creek & pond, $420,000, Call 205-554-0747 or 334-222-3145 Farm DirectCentipede, Zoysia, St Augustine and Bermuda We Deliver & Install Call 850-244-6651 Suncoast Sod Farms Text FL73694 to 56654 Housekeeping Services offered in Crestview area, home & offices, Call 956-258-4390 Turn to classified! You can bank on our bargains! These tiny ads sell, hire, rent and inform for thousands of families each week.Let a little Classified ad do a big job for you. Turn to classified’s Merchandise Columns Our prices are on target for you! 6520052QUALITY, NEW 4 BR, 2.5 BA All brick home on acre, corner lot. We'll pay most of your closing costs. Qualifying buyers can get into this beautiful home with little cash down Fantastic Price on Commercial Lot Acre Corner lot in Central location $75,000 Bonus to boot! RENTAL INV. Property Great Rental history, Positive Cash Flow! Buy separately or Package Deal! Mildred C. Heaton Realty, Inc. 850-582-3806 | mcheaton@c.net

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