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Title: The Bay beacon
Portion of title: Beacon
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Bayou Enterprises
Place of Publication: Niceville, Fla
Publication Date: 08-10-2011
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Niceville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Valparaiso (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Niceville
United States of America -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Valparaiso
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 22, 1992.
General Note: Description based on: May 11, 1994.
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Schaetzle takes office, A-4. By Del LessardBeacon Staff Writer Niceville City Councilman Bill Smith prefiled Thursday as a candidate for the District 3 Okaloosa County Commission seat held by Commissioner Bill Roberts. If he qualifies for the 2012 ballot, Smith, running as a Republican, would have to resign his city council seat, which he has held since 2005, no later than November 2012.By Del LessardBeacon Staff Writer A Florida company has applied to open a charter elementary school next year in Valparaiso. It also is seeking approval to open a charter middle school, if demand warrants. Some parents told the Valparaiso City Commission Monday night that a charter school would fill a void created by the closure of Valparaiso Elementary School earlier this year. Victor Barroso, director of operations for a Miami-based charter school management company, Academica, said that a south Florida not-forprofit charter school company, Somerset Academy Inc., filed the applications with the Okaloosa County School District. Somerset Academy operates 33 charter schools in four Florida counties—Dade, Broward, Orange and Duval—Barroso said, with a total enrollment of more than 6,000. All of Somerset’s charter schools are rated as “A” schools by the state this year, he said, and the company has never closed or moved a school. Kaye McKinley, assistant superintendent of schools for Okaloosa County, confirmed that Somerset Academy submitted applications by the Aug. 1 annual deadline for the 2012-13 school year. She said the proposed elementary charter school application indicatBy Mike GriffithBeacon Correspondent Northwest Florida State College has awarded its former president $1.255 million to settle disputes over his dismissal and legal costs. The college board of trustees Thursday approved the agreement with James R. Richburg, who served as the institution’s president for 22 years before the board fired him in 2009. By a 7-1 vote, the board agreed to pay: —$605,000 to settle Richburg’s breach-of-contract suit alleging that he was dismissed without proper cause after being indicted on criminal charges. The charges were later dropped. The $605,000 claim is mostly covered by insurance, according to college officials. —$650,000 to reimburse Richburg for costs of successfully defending himself against the criminal charges, since the charges stemmed from his actions as college president. —An unspecified sum for other legal expenses. For his part, Richburg, of Niceville, agreed to honor a previous agreement to pay $103,333 to the NWFSC Foundation, the college’s fundraising organization. The 2009 state criminal charges against Richburg stemmed from a plan to spend $6 million in state tax money for the college to build a facility at Destin Airport. Officials said the facility, which the trustees had approved, would have been used as a college educational center, and an emergency operations center for the city of Destin. A 2009 grand jury, which also indicted Florida Speaker of the House Ray Sansom (R-Destin) and Destin developer Jay Odom, alleged that the facility was also intended to be used as an airplane hangar for Odom. Charges against all three men were dropped midway through a trial earlier this year. Before officially approving the settleT T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n Wednesday, August 10, 2011 info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 199250¢ Friday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Tickets for the Niceville High School football season will be available for purchase in the NHS front office Season tickets for reserved seating for the six home games are $50. Checks or cash will be accepted. Limit two per customer. Info: 496-1690. Saturday, 10 a.m. The Genealogical Society will meet at the Heritage Museum, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. Kathy Marler Blue will speak on the history of Destin and the early families who lived there. The public is welcome. Info: 678-2023. Sunday, 3 and 7 p.m. The Niceville United Methodist Church 214 Partin Drive S., will host a showing of “ Soul Surfer ,” based on the true story of Bethany Hamilton, in the Community Life Center. This event is free of charge. Info: 678-4411.Calendar, B-3. COMING UP The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Councilman Smith seeks county postCharter school proposed in Valp.Fire district eyes tax rateBy Mike GriffithBeacon Correspondent The East Niceville Fire Commission discussed their proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2012, and the possibility of lowering their proposed millage rate, during their regular meeting held Aug. 8. The commissioners also met the fire district’s new accountant and congratulated their newly-appointed assistant fire chief. Fire Commission Chairman Mike Marcolongo presented a proposed budget for discussion. The budget is only tentative, and may be changed during public hearings scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sept. 7 and 21. The proposed FY 2012 budget, which would, if approved, take effect when the new fiscal year begins on the first of October, calls for $799,602 to be spent in the coming year—less than the $823,608.52 budgeted for FY 2011. The new budget includes cuts in insurance, operations and office supplies, monthly incentive pay for firefighters, and in retirement and personnel accounts. It also takes into account the pay-off of a bank loan for fire station remodeling. Commissioners also discussed the likelihood of reducing the currently-planned property tax millage rate for FY College awards Richburg $1.2 million James R. Richburg Beacon photo by Del LessardWinds topple trees in Bluewater BayNo one was hurt when strong winds during a thunderstorm Sunday afternoon toppled trees, and damaged roof shingles on about five homes near the Bluewater Bay golf club, according to Division Chief Butch Parker, a spokesman for the North Bay Fire District. Above, two oaks were uprooted on a practice green. Beacon photo by Del LessardTwice as niceNiceville Mayor Randall Wise and City Manager Lannie Corbin were honored Thursday during a dinner at the Niceville community center. Each man started serving the city in 1971, when Wise was first appointed mayor (and later elected seven times after a charter change) and Corbin began as city clerk, being appointed city manager the following year. “I am beginning my second term,” Wise told the crowd Thursday. Getting ready for school bellsAs temperatures hit 97 degrees Aug. 3, students at Rocky Bayou Christian School volunteered to wash and clean out the school’s buses, a student government project in preparation for opening day. Classes at RBCS will begin Thursday. Above, RBCS seniors Grace Stoner, 17, and Matt Steele, 18. Beacon photo by Del Lessard Please see SMITH, page A-3 Please see FIRE, page A-4 Please see SCHOOL, page A-5 Please see RICHBURG, page A-4 14 Pages, 2 Sections, 3 Inserts Bill Smith

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Smith, 60, of 109 Red Maple Way, Niceville, is the director of facilities for the Okaloosa County School District. He was elected unopposed to a second four-year term on the Niceville city council in July 2009, to a term expiring in July 2013. Roberts, a two-term Republican who said he won’t seek re-election in order to run instead for the office of Okaloosa County Tax Collector, will finish his second four-year term on the county commission in November 2012. Prefiling allows political candidates to begin collecting and spending campaign money. “I’ve served the county as an employee (Director of Growth Management) and have served as a city council member,” said Smith, “and would like the opportunity to serve the people as a county commissioner.” Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux said candidates who already hold Florida elective office are required by state law to submit an irrevocable letter of resignation from their elective position no later than 10 days prior to the first day of qualification for the new office being sought. The first day of qualification for Okaloosa County commission candidates is June 4, 2012. The qualifying period for county candidates in the Nov. 6, 2012, general election is June 48, 2012. Candidates submitting an irrevocable letter of resignation can set the resignation date in the future, Lux said, out as far as the first day of office if elected to the new position. Failure to submit the irrevocable letter of resignation on time results in the person automatically being removed from the old position, he said. So far, Smith faces two other Republican candidates who have also prefiled for the District 3 seat: —Nathan Boyes, of 4385 Wilkerson Bluff Road, Holt, who prefiled June 22, 2011. —Dennis Reeves, of 649 Fairway Ave., Fort Walton Beach, a city councilman in that city who prefiled July 6. SMITHFrom page A-1 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Page A-3 THEBAYBEACON 1170 John Sims Pkwy. Niceville 2-Piece Chicken Dinner 1-Homestyle Veggie Choice of Bread EVERYBODY LOVES CHICKEN! $399Gallon Tea$2008-Piece Chicken Only$599 TAKE-OUT ONLY Call Ahead for Pickup at Drive-ThruLimited Time Offer 850-729-2262NO LIMITS! 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A final report on the probable cause of the crash is not expected for months. Fred Teutenberg, 42, his wife Terresa, 36, and their five children, Will, 10, Brendon 9, Ellie, 6, Peyton, 4. and Emma, 2, were killed July 9 when their twin-engine plane crashed into a wooded area less than a mile from the airport at Demopolis (Ala.) Municipal Airport. The preliminary NTSB report, released Aug. 1, gave the following account: The crash occurred about 5:40 p.m. July 9 when Fred Teutenberg’s twin-engine Cessna 421C, tail number N629TT, impacted the ground on approach to the Demopolis Municipal Airport, killing the certificated private pilot and the six family members on board. The family had departed the Creve Coeur Airport, St. Louis, Mo., about 3:20 p.m. July 9, a witness told investigators. The departure was under visual weather conditions and the pilot, Fred Teutenberg, had filed an instrument flight rules flight plan showing the DestinFort Walton Beach Airport as their destination. The plane was based at the Destin airport and was owned by Teutenberg through a limited liability company. According to preliminary information from the Federal Aviation Administration, the pilot was in cruise flight at 21,000 feet and in contact with the Atlanta air route traffic control center when he declared an emergency due to a rough running engine. He diverted to Demopolis Municipal Airport located about five miles away. The pilot was switched to Meridian Approach while descending through 17,500 feet. He subsequently confirmed that he had shut down the right engine and reported the airport in sight. The pilot was cleared for a visual approach and then approved for a frequency change to the local common traffic advisory frequency, when the airplane was about 3 miles east of the Demopolis airport. There were no further communications received from the airplane. The airplane’s radar track was consistent with an approach to Runway 22, a 5,002-foot-long, 100-foot-wide asphalt runway, when radar contact was lost at 5:39 p.m., at an altitude of 800 feet. The airplane impacted trees in a wooded area, about eighttenths of a mile north of the Runway 22 threshold. The airplane came to rest inverted, in a flat attitude, on a course of about 100 degrees. The cockpit, the cabin 40 inches forward of the tail cone, and the left wing were consumed by fire. A series of tree strikes were observed about 50 feet above the ground, about 70 feet south of the main wreckage. All major portions of the aircraft were accounted for at the accident site. All three landing gear actuators were in the extended position, and a portion of the flaps that were not damaged by the fire or impact were extended about 40 degrees. The entire right wing was separated at the root and the right engine propeller was at or near a feathered position. 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ment agreement during a meeting Thursday at the main college campus in Niceville, the trustees met for about an hour with attorneys in a session closed to the press or public. Following the closed session, the trustees reconvened in a public meeting, during which college attorney Dena Sokolow briefly reviewed provisions of the agreement. The trustees then voted to approve the agreement, with one dissenting vote from trustee Wesley Wilkerson. Neither Richburg nor his lawyer attended the sessions. None of the trustees Thursday gave any further statement or explanation concerning their reasons for approving the agreement, nor did Wilkerson offer any explanation for his dissenting vote. Wilkerson, who was chairman of the board when it voted 4-3 to fire Richburg in April 2009, was also in the minority in that vote. Richburg declined a Beacon invitation to comment on Monday. The agreement between Richburg and the college includes a provision stating, “The parties agree to execute a joint press release in a form to be agreed to by and between the parties. Parties agree to confine their statements to the terms of the press release.” The press release consisted of only a short, two-paragraph statement announcing the agreement, but which did not specify any of the monetary amounts involved, nor how much of the college’s payments will be funded by taxpayers, student tuition and fees, donors to the NWFSC Foundation, or other sources, except to say that, “Dr. Richburg will receive certain severance compensation, which will be paid almost entirely by the college’s insurance, and he will drop all claims for past wages and benefits.” The amount of insurance was not specified in either the press release or the agreement between Richburg and the college, although according to the discussion among the trustees and Sokolow during the public meeting, the insurance will cover most of the compensation to Richburg, while the college itself must pay Richburg’s costs for defending himself against the criminal charges. The agreement also states, “The college shall pay the full cost of the mediation of the litigation” between the college and Richburg, but did not specify an amount. Separately, the Florida Commission on Ethics, meeting July 29 in Tallahassee, dismissed an ethics complaint against Richburg. Valparaiso resident Allen Vafides filed the complaint two years ago alleging that Richburg, while president of Northwest Florida State College, violated Florida statute 112.313(7)(a) by having a conflicting employment or contractual relationship. After conducting its own investigation the Florida Commission on Ethics found no probable cause to believe that Richburg had a prohibited conflict of interest because of his association with a banking company that also involved an individual whose architectural firm had a business relationship or contract with NWFSC. 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During th eir previous meeting Monday, July 11, the commissioners had tentatively set their fire district’s property tax millage rate for the coming fiscal year at 2.37, slightly above the current rate of 2.35. They emphasized then, however, that the tentative rate is just that—tentative—and can be lowered if commissioners determine that the fire district will not need all the revenue likely to be generated at the higher rate. The proposed millage rate, if actually approved at subsequent fire commission meetings, would mean that property owners in the East Niceville Fire District, which extends from the eastern city limits of the city of Niceville to the shore of Rocky Bayou, would pay $2.37 in property tax for every $1,000 of taxable value of their property, after homestead exemptions and other deductions. For example, the owner of a home appraised at $200,000 of taxable value would pay $474 in property tax to the fire district, in addition to other property taxes collected by the county, such as county and Okaloosa School District taxes. At the current millage rate of 2.35, such a homeowner pays the fire district $470. At Monday’s meeting, Marcolongo told fellow commissioners that at a millage rate of 2.35, property tax revenues plus carryover funds from FY 2011, plus interest and miscellaneous revenue, will be about $801,797—enough to cover the proposed budget. FIREFrom page A-1 Schaetzle takes office after runoff“I am appreciative of all who came out and voted, whether they voted for me, or Ms. Lewis,” said Niceville’s newest city councilman, Bill Schaetzle. Schaetzle, right, was sworn in to a four-year term by City Attorney Dixie Powell Aug. 2, shortly after ballot counting confirmed he defeated Debbie Lewis, 623 to 334, in a runoff election earlier in the day. 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The school district process for approving a charter school could take up to a year, she said. Okaloosa County has three public school charters: Liza Jackson in Fort Walton Beach, Collegiate High School in Niceville, and Okaloosa Academy, a school for students who have trouble in conventional schools. Charter schools, although they receive public funding, are independently operated and generally aren’t subject to the union contracts governing work, tenure and pay that apply to most public schools. Barroso said that Somerset Academy submitted the applications to meet the annual deadline and be prepared—if demand for an Okaloosa charter school is realized, and if everything else falls in place, including rental of a facility such as Valparaiso Elementary— to open a charter school as early as the 2012 school year. Opening a middle school in addition to an elementary charter school would depend on parental demand, he said. Citing falling enrollment, the school district closed Valparaiso Elementary in May, moving its students to Lewis Middle School, also in Valparaiso. The district has not announced any plans for the now-vacant buildings. The Valparaiso City Commission earlier this year voted to study the possibility of opening a charter school at the location. During a Valparaiso City Commission meeting Monday, some employees of Lewis School, including Principal Mike Fantaski, warned that a new charter school in the city competing wth Lewis would drain students from the district-operated school, possibly causing it to close as well. Barroso said that current charter schools operated by Somerset Academy cover all sorts of combinations, including K-5 elementaries, high schools and K-12 schools. Some of Somerset’s charter schools operate profitably with as few as 200 students, he said. All of their schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), he said, and Somerset Academy was the first charter school system in the country given “district accreditation.” That means, he said, that a new Somerset Academy charter school here or anywhere else would begin on Day 1 as an accredited public school, a distinction that would allow a new school to begin applying immediately for grant monies. As other charter schools in the state, Somerset Academy operates on what the state pays public schools for each full-time equivalent student, less a small fee charged by the school district, he said. Like any public school, parents pay no tuition, Barroso said. They also have parental contracts, requiring parents to commit to so many hours per month with their children. The schools also have a policy of school uniforms, he said Barroso said Somerset Academy schools enjoy extracurricular activities such as sports and band—if the parents of students want the services. They also provide a hot lunch program but do not operate their own transportation system. Somerset began in 1997 as a not-for-profit charter school organized for about 50 students, Barroso said, and two years later hired Academica to provide management support. As a charter school management company, Academica oversees about 40,000 students in 90 schools across the nation, according to Ana Monia Martinez, the company’s chief financial officer, including schools in Florida, Texas, Alabama, Utah, Texas and in Los Angeles. If everything falls into place— including demand from local parents materializing—Somerset Academy could open in Valparaiso as early as next year, Barroso said. But a lot remains to be settled beside parent interest, he said, including a facility to rent. 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ArrestsJeffery Daniel Goodwin, unemployed, 21, of 400 Kelly Road, #29, Niceville, was arrested by Niceville police on a Bay County warrant for failure to appear on the original charge of underage possession of alcohol. * Christopher Thomas Nieft, a restaurant server, 18, of 1122 Sandalwood Circle, Niceville, was arrested by Niceville police, subsequent to a traffic stop for speeding, July 22 on charges of possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, marijuana distribution and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police conducted a search of Nieft’s vehicle after a police drug K-9 “alerted” on the vehicle and found three baggies of marijuana, one containing 2 grams, another 3 grams and the last 25 grams of marijuana, as well as two scales containing marijuana residue, two glass jars containing marijuana residue, rolling papers and several other plastic baggies containing marijuana residue. Nieft allegedly told police that he and a friend buy marijuana together, then split it up between themselves. * Anthony Scott Barnett, 25, with an at-large address, was arrested by Niceville police July 22 on the charge of uttering a false instrument. On June 5 Barnett allegedly used a stolen check to purchase $179 worth of merchandise at a Niceville store. * Ronald Martin Bogdahn, 42, of 201 E. College Blvd., Apt. 45, Niceville, was arrested by Niceville police Aug. 1 on charges of aggravated battery, domestic violence, and making a false police report. Bogdahn allegedly choked and beat his girlfriend into an unconscious state July 31, then stabbed her in the stomach with a kitchen knife. Bogdahn allegedly admitted that he stabbed the victim while angered and intoxicated, then immediately tried to medically assist her, dressed her and took her to Twin Cities Hospital. Bogdahn also admitted concocting a story that his girlfriend’s injuries were the result of a road rage incident in the county. Because of the untrue account the sheriff’s department initially investigated the alleged road rage incident, but the victim told investigators that Bogdahn had stabbed her following an argument over her medication and the fact she wanted to leave Bogdahn. The victim said that after the stabbing Bogdahn threatened to kill her and her family if she didn’t go along with his false report of the crime. * Matthew James Gagnor, 29, of 111 22nd St., Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies July 25 on a Bay County warrant on charges of grand theft and burglary. * Gianni Ferretti, 29, of 300 Yacht Club Drive, Apt. 7, Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies May 29 on charges of reckless driving, fleeing and eluding law enforcement, domestic violence battery, false imprisonment and resisting an officer without violence. On April 16 a deputy was called to a domestic disturbance in a vehicle in a parking lot, 4582 E. Highway 20, Niceville, then placed himself in front of Ferretti’s vehicle. Ferretti allegedly reversed the vehicle and sped off with the victim in his vehicle. The deputy called off a pursuit with lights and sirens after Ferretti allegedly drove through an open Chevron station at an estimated 65 mph then ran a stop sign on Bluewater Boulevard without slowing down. * Hassan Appell Muhammed, 33, of 304 Reeves St., Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies Aug. 1 on a violation of probation charge on the original charge of battery. * Trisheena Marie Cannon, 44, of 434 Club House Drive, Freeport, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies July 29 on a charge of obtaining a controlled substance by forgery. On July 6 Cannon is alleged to have uttered a forged prescription in an attempt to The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 The Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls August 1, 2011, through August 7, 2011. 0 Structure Fire15 Emergency Medical Calls 1 Vehicle Fire5 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire0 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn2 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms0 Hazardous Conditions Location Situation Date Time N. Partin Drive...............................Medical....................................08/01/11...............12:01 28th Street.....................................Medical ...................................08/01/11...............17:23 22nd Street....................................Vehicle fire...............................08/03/11...............03:23 27th Street.....................................Medical....................................08/04/11...............06:02 Fairway Drive................................Medical....................................08/04/11...............11:16 E. John Sims Pkwy.......................Vehicle crash...........................08/04/11...............11:30 E. John Sims Pkwy.......................Medical....................................08/04/11...............13:08 N. Partin Drive...............................Medical....................................08/04/11...............19:09 Camellia Place..............................Medical....................................08/05/11...............09:37 Palm Blvd. & John Sims Pkwy.....Vehicle crash...........................08/05/11...............09:40 Lincolnshire Drive.........................Medical....................................08/05/11...............11:17 N. Partin Drive...............................Medical....................................08/05/11...............11:27 E. John Sims Pkwy.......................Vehicle crash...........................08/05/11...............17:24 SR85N...........................................Vehicle crash...........................08/06/11...............00:23 E. John Sims Pkwy.......................Medical....................................08/06/11...............01:20 SR85N...........................................Vehicle crash...........................08/06/11...............05:28 N. Partin Drive...............................Medical....................................08/06/11...............08:15 Black Bear Circle..........................Medical....................................08/06/11...............09:37 Reeves Street...............................Medical....................................08/07/11...............00:35 Judith Avenue...............................Medical....................................08/07/11...............07:42 S. Palm Blvd.................................Medical....................................08/07/11...............12:31 Coldwater Creek Circle................Service call..............................08/07/11...............15:09 Yacht Club Drive...........................Alarm activation.......................08/07/11...............15:11 Weekly Safety Tip: The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that you replace your fire extinguisher every 12 years and replace your smoke alarms once every 10 years.Niceville North BayFire Department ReportsThe North Bay Fire Department responded to the following calls July 31, 2011, through August 8, 2011. Location Situation Date Time Ingrid Court................................Medical assist EMS.....................07/31/11.............06:31 Chadwick Lane..........................Cooking fire..................................07/31/11.............12:42 Springwood Way.......................Lightning strike.............................07/31/11.............17:26 Hwy. 293 & North Lakes...........Extrication of victim......................08/01/11.............00:38 Ingrid Court................................Assist invalid................................08/01/11.............06:00 N. White Point Road..................Medical assist EMS.....................08/01/11.............11:26 Windward Lane..........................Smoke detector activation...........08/01/11.............14:08 E. Highway 20...........................EMS excluding vehicle................08/01/11.............15:39 Bermuda Circle..........................EMS excluding vehicle................08/02/11.............09:42 Jamaica Way.............................Medical assist EMS.....................08/02/11.............21:41 White Point Road......................Medical assist EMS.....................08/03/11.............06:03 Cedar Street...............................Smoke detector activation...........08/03/11.............14:45 Windlake Drive...........................Assist invalid................................08/03/11.............16:19 Troon Drive West.......................Assist invalid................................08/04/11.............00:28 Ingrid Court................................EMS excluding vehicle................08/04/11.............15:40 Otterlake Court..........................EMS excluding vehicle................08/04/11.............15:44 Highway 20................................Motor vehicle accident................08/04/11.............16:30 N. White Point Road..................EMS excluding vehicle................08/04/11.............17:09 N. White Point Road..................Medical assist EMS.....................08/05/11.............01:43 N. White Point Road..................Dispatched, canceled..................08/05/11.............04:54 Highway 20................................EMS excluding vehicle................08/05/11.............10:57 Caribbean Way..........................Motor vehicle accident................08/05/11.............20:15 N. White Point Road..................Medical assist EMS.....................08/06/11.............18:17 Knollwood Lane.........................EMS excluding vehicle................08/06/11.............22:13 Highway 20 & County Line.......Dispatched, canceled..................08/06/11.............23:11 Southwind Drive........................Service call...................................08/07/11.............15:05 Boca Drive.................................Unintentional transmission..........08/07/11.............15:07 Coldwater Creek Circle.............Building fire..................................08/07/11.............15:15 N. White Point Road..................Medical assist EMS.....................08/07/11.............22:18 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. This information is from reports by the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. A reward is offered by Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers, 863-8477, or 1-888-654-8477. 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obtain 20 tablets of Vicodin, 10 mg., at a Niceville pharmacy, 4582 E. Highway 20. * Joelene Nailon, 29, of 304 Reeves St., Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies July 29 on a Pennsylvania charge of violation of parole. * Rodney Earl Pack, 47, of 1501 N. Partin Drive, Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies July 31 on a misdemeanor worthless check charge related to a $10.32 check. * Pamela Sue Irwin, 53, of 1466 The Crossings, Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies Aug. 2 on a charge of battery, domestic violence.TheftsA man who has a storage unit at a Valparaiso business, 900 Valastics Ave., reported July 26 that someone had stolen a 6-foot level, an air staple gun and six plastic totes from the unit. The items were valued at $438. * A Niceville woman came to the police station Aug. 1 to report that someone had stolen her driver’s license and Social Security card from her purse. The woman made the report in order to replace her license and card. * A Niceville resident from the 300 block of Reeves Street reported July 31 that unknown person(s) stole a tire and rim that had been sitting outside her fence. * A woman reported that unknown person(s) entered her unlocked vehicle, parked at a store parking lot, 1140 E. John Sims Parkway, July 31, and stole a 12-pack of ale and a carton of cigarettes. The items were valued at $60. * A Niceville resident from the 400 block of Florida Street reported that someone stole a bottle of prescription medication containing 69 Lortab. * A Niceville resident reported that her iPhone and wallet had been stolen sometime July 2627. The victim was unsure if the items had been stolen from her residence or at a Niceville restaurant where she last recalled seeing the items July 26. Criminal MischiefSometime July 30-31 unknown person(s) used green, water-based paint to write vulgarities on the windows of five vehicles parked in an apartment parking lot at 500 Kelly Mill Road, Valparaiso. Police said the paint was removed easily with a wet rag without causing damage to the vehicles. * A Niceville resident from the 400 block of Green Oak Lane reported that unknown person(s) apparently used a BB gun to shatter a sliding glass door sometime July 28-29. * Unknown person(s) caused more than $1,000 damage at a Niceville church, 1309 E. Valparaiso Blvd., sometime July 26-27. A recently installed air duct appeared to have been caved in from the top, as if someone had stepped on it. A witness advised that he saw two boys running on the roof of the church in late May. BLOTTERFrom page A-6 By Del LessardBeacon Staff Writer A Niceville man, arrested on charges of exploiting a 94year-old widow took money from her and used it to buy drugs, according to an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office arrest report. Richard Scott Chancey, 46, of 211 Edrehi Drive, Niceville, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies July 31 on charges of fraud, 20 counts, theft, 20 counts, and exploitation of the elderly, 20 counts, according to the arrest report. An arrest report from the sheriff’s office gave the following account: Chancey is accused of defrauding the woman, who lives in Baker, of as much as $4,500 between April 15 and June 12. The manager of a Baker grocery store became concerned when Chancey kept coming in to cash checks from the victim. The victim said Chancey told her he was using the money to help find some rings which had been stolen from her. The rings were not only valuable in their own right, but also they were gifts from her deceased husband and had great sentimental value. Chancy allegedly admitted to sheriff’s deputies that he told the victim he could help her get her rings back if she paid him, but each time he got cash or a check from her, he said he used the money to get information on the rings and to buy drugs from drug dealers. As of Monday Chancey was being held at the Okaloosa County Jail in lieu of $60,000 bail bond. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Page A-7 THEBAYBEACON Richard S. Chancey High-Speed Internet + Unlimited Calling$59.95a month* 5 YEARS. 1 PRICE. 0 CONTRACT.Call r C u o y by p o St m o c k n i l y r u t en ce o g a t n a v d e a k a o t t.T 5 5 8 l al Ca t r e f r o a o r a P e r o t k S n Li y r u t n e r C k c o l e ic r p / m! r e f f t o a e r s g i h f t e oE V I F Y. 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Love from all your family 24 HOUREMERGENCY SERVICEWeekends & After 5 p.m. Appointments Available ServiceMasterof the Emerald Coast (850) 678-8400Fire, Water, Mold Restoration CARPETSPECIAL3 Rooms & Hall $99 Sofa & Love Seat $99 20% Off Duct Cleaning With coupon Tile, Grout, & Duct Work Cleaning POLICIES AS LOW AS $100 MOTORCYCLECall or stop by for a free quote. Frances Faille (850) 678-5642409 John Sims Pkwy., Ste. 1 Niceville francesfaille@allstate.com Actual cost will vary and may depend on coverages selected. Subject to terms, availability and qualifications. Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company: Northbrook, IL. 2010 Allstate Insurance Company.For the price of insuring your bike I can help protect your bike, and more importantly you. Dollar for dollar no one protects the rider like Allstate. Call me today for a fast, free quote. Thank youfor electing me to City CouncilThank youfor giving me the opportunity to serve all the citizens of Niceville Bill SchaetzleNiceville City Council Group #1 for voting August 2 Thank you! Thank you!for voting August 2 Man cheated elderly woman, cops say

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 NHS trio helps win crownThe 17u Bama Bombers won the Best Baseball 17u East Championship in Pensacola to cap off their summer travel schedule. The team included three Niceville High School baseball players. From left: Ryan Sheekley, Cory Eller and Michael Haynes. Referee of the yearFlorida Youth Soccer Association Administrator Jozsef Michna congratulates Stephen Farrell, a referee with Florida State Referees and a graduate of Northwest Florida Collegiate High School, on his selection as the Florida Young Male Referee of the Year by the association. Farrell will now compete with other state winners for the Souteast Region. Ruckel cheerleaders excel at campThe 2011-2012 Ruckel Middle School cheerleaders recently attended UCA Cheer Camp at Auburn University, where they brought home top honors. They won first place for their Home Pom, Cheer and Extreme routines and were also awarded the coveted “Banana” for the most spirited squad at camp, as well as an invitation to participate in the Capital One Bowl this winter in Or lando. Mimi Taylor, Jaycee Malone, and Hannah Grigg were named All-American Cheerleaders. Members of the team are Kaitlyn Trawick, Bailey Propps, Hayley Grigg, Mimi Taylor, Kristin Holley, Summer Lange, Hannah Grigg, Mary Kate Cary, Jillian Malone, Skylar Schoener, Katie Kennedy, Rachel Ross, Serrena Cowell, Catherine Reid, Kirsten Cecil, Britney Davis, and Jaycee Malone. BEA C ON SP O R T SPage A-8 Wednesday, August 10, 2011Kelleher to play at LawsonLawson State Community College baseball head coach Blake Lewis shakes Kevin Kelleher’s hand upon Kelleher’s signing of a letter of intent to play baseball for the Birmingham school. Kelleher, a 2011 Niceville High School graduate, accepted a full scholarship and will play first base and pitch. He played summer baseball with the Bama Bombers, hitting .454 while playing mostly third base. His goal is to eventually play professional baseball. WHAT MAKES A CENTURY 21 AGENT? HERE’S ONE WORD: GUSTO. A FEW MORE WORDS: DEPENDABILITY, KNOW-HOW AND DEFENDER OF YOUR DREAMS. MAYBE THAT LAST ONE WAS OVER THE TOP. BUT WE’RE OK WITH THAT.CENTURY 21 AGENTS. SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER.Wilson Minger Agency, Inc 1350 East John Sims ParkwayNiceville, FL 32578850-678-5161 Fax: 850-678-5167sales@c21minger.com 2011 CENTURY 21 REAL ESTATE LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CENTURY 21 IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OWNED BY CENTURY 21 REAL ESTATE L LC. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMPANY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED.CENTURY 21 COMMERCIAL PROFESSIONALS SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER. WILSON MINGER AGENCY, INC

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Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. B B e e a a c c o o n n E E x x p p r r e e s s s s OUR TOWNP P a a g g e e B B 1 1 W W e e d d n n e e s s d d a a y y , A A u u g g u u s s t t 1 1 0 0 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 Rocky Bayou Baptist Church and its co-sponsors welcome area parents for "Getting to the Heart of Parenting," a powerful weekend conference conducted by Paul David Tripp, an internationally known pastor, writer, seminary professor and speaker. Parenting is more than using power to get children to behave in certain ways. Parenting is about the exposure and change of the childs heart. When the heart of a child changes, the behavioral change that is needed will last. Learn how to be an instrument of heart changing grace in the little moments of life that God gives parents with their children. Tripp will present a picture for Gods design for the family. Then, he will explain the lifetransforming and agendasetting things that the Bible says about the heart. He will apply the principles about the family and the heart to three primary stages of parenting. Tripp will illuminate the key issue of focus and practical steps for achieving what is important, at each particular stage of a childs growth and spiritual development. He will share ways to identify when a parent may be in the way of what God is calling for, rather than being part of it, by helping attendees locate personal heart issues. This conference is geared toward parents with children of all ages. The conference will work to spread the word of John 3:14, "I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth." Although the verse refers to spiritual children, the same hope can be applied to physical children. The conference will be held at Rocky Bayou Baptist Church Friday, Aug. 19-Saturday, Aug. 20. The cost is $10 per participant, and child care is available for children as old as 12 for $5 per child for the entirety of the conference, $20 max per family. Register for the conference by going to the Rocky Bayou Baptist Church website rockybayoubaptist.org and clicking on Events and Registrations. Paul David Tripp is the president and founder of Paul Tripp Ministries. He started the Ministries with the aim of "Connecting the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life." Tripp and his wife, Luella, along with their four children, live in Philadelphia. Whos NewsE-mail items to info@baybeacon.com. Troop 157 and American Legion Post #221 congratulates Steven D. Wills on earning the rank of Eagle, the highest in Scouting. A Court of Honor was held at St. Judes Episcopal Church Aug. 1, where family, friends and Scouts celebrated with Steven and his family, Guy and Judy Wills of Niceville. Steven is a senior at Rocky Bayou Christian School and has a passion for music. He hopes to continue his pursuit of music while attending Northwest Florida State College after graduation in 2012. *** Sierra Riddle of Niceville was honored by the Okaloosa County Superintendent of Cheerleaders charm at Chamber lunchThe Destin Middle School cheerleaders were on hand at the Destin Area Chamber of Commerce Leaders in Business Lunch July 12. The cheerleaders showed their school spirit, learned about the school district and enjoyed lunch with their school representatives and community leaders. Opus One salutes F-35The Niceville High School Opus One chorus welcomed the Air Forces newest fighter plane, the F-35A Lightning II, with the national anthem and the Air Force song at a change of command ceremony July 15 at Eglin. This was the inaugural performance by the 201112 ensemble. Paul David Tripp Rocky Bayou Baptist to hold parenting seminar Please see WHOS, page B-2 Steven Wills Your Total Service Center $1,000 REBATEOn Trane Qualifying Systems Call today for details. Offer valid August 16thOctober 31st897-5559www.holtphillips.comCMCO5715 UP TO NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS Rocky Bayou Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Meet Superintendent Dr. Michael Mosley (9 am) Learn about the RBCS Student and Family Experience Tour the Campus Meet the Faculty Enjoy Coffee and Doughnuts Meet with Admissions Director Receive $50 off Enrollment Fee (Must attend open house and apply by Monday, August 15; Only valid for new applications.)RBCS provides K3-12 Christ-centered, excellence-driven private education offering kindergarten and pre-school programs (including VPK), well-rounded and highachievement elementary program (Grades 1-6), full-service college preparatory Academy (Grades 7-12), and a dedicated special services and therapy services department.Applications are still being accepted!Bus service is available throughout Niceville community. COMMUNITYOPENHOUSEAUGUST10, 2011 9AM NOON(850) 678-7358 Ext. 3302101 N. PARTINDRIVENICEVILLE, FLORIDA32578 EVERYDAY! NEWSoftServe Cones& SundaesLimited Time Offer Niceville Restaurant Only Capt. Layne M. Fielder, U.S. Army Bravo Company, Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, was recently honored at his Dermatology Residency graduation ceremony by receiving two prestigious awards. First, he was awarded the Army Commendation medal for meritorious service while participating in the graduate medical education course of study at Brooke Army Medical Center. Capt. Fielder's commitment to excellence and superior leadership skills are attributes to be emulated by all service members. In addition, he received the Charles & Montie G. Lewis Award for academic and clinical excellence in Dermatology at BAMC and Wilford Hall Medical Center. Capt. Fielder is the son of Sandy Miller of Niceville and Marc Fielder of Aledo, Texas. *** Air Force Airman First Class Steven Dalenberg has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Dalenberg is the son of Dave and Minnie Dalenberg, and brother of Emily Dalenberg of Niceville. The 2007 graduate of Niceville High School is presently stationed at Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Miss., and is enrolled in the training course for the position of RF Transmissions Systems Specialist. In the ServiceE-mail items to info@baybeacon.com. Layne Fielder Steven Dalenberg Do you want your glasses today? Come see us!EYEWEAR UNLIMITEDIN BUSINESS SINCE 1970 Charles Henriott, Optician 35 years experience 678-0099 678-6211All doctors prescriptions filled Welds & Repairs Bi-Focals Tri-Focals Progressives Sunglasses Varilux Hoya Shamir Zeiss1187 East John Sims Parkway, Niceville (Across from Po Folks) DID YOU KNOW:1 in 4 school age children has undiagnosed vision problems? (850) 678-8876Where there is no vision, the people perish Proverbs 29:18Remember HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED before school starts Dr. Amanda Brenci, O.D. Board Certified Optometrist

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Page B-2 Wednesday, August 10, 2011 THEBAYBEACON Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. Schools for her achievement of the highest level of literacy on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in 2011. As a freshman at Niceville High School, she ranks in the top 5 percent of all students in the state of Florida and among the best in the United States. *** Ashley Bernheisel daughter of Wayne and Jennifer Bernheisel of Niceville, was inducted into the Sigma Alpha Lambda National Leadership and Honor Society at Florida State University. She graduated from Rocky Bayou Christian School in 2010 and is majoring in physics at FSU. *** Edward Jones Financial Advisor Carl Mignacca and Branch Office Administrator Dora Daniels in Niceville/Bluewater Bay were ranked within the top 25 percent of the country for excellence in client service at Edward Jones. This honor was bestowed based upon the results of a survey in which random clients were asked to rank the service they received from the staffs of their local Edward Jones branch offices. The survey identified Mignacca and Daniels as providing some of the most exemplary client service within the firm. *** Twin Cities Hospital 2190 Highway 85 N., has earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for its Orthopedic Joint Replacement Program by demonstrating compliance with commission national standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care. The certification award recognizes Twin Cities Hospital’s dedication to continuous compliance with The Joint Commission’s state-of-the-art standards. *** Waugh Custom Homes of Niceville was presented an Aurora Award at the Southeast Building Conference Gala event July 26, held in the Rosen Center Grand Ballroom in Orlando. The award was earned for a kitchen design and remodel in Destin. The Aurora Awards is a design competition for the 12 southeast states. WHO’SFrom page B-1 Sierra Riddle Ashley BernheiselLigon-AndersonJoy Beth Ligon of Niceville announces the engagement of her daughter, Cody Elizabeth, and that of her late husband, Gary Ligon, to Kyle Woodall Anderson, son of Richard L. Anderson of Lutz, Fla., and the late Brenda Woodall Anderson. The bride-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Niceville High School. In December 2008, she graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in biology. She works for Subway as a manager for their College Street Station store in Fort Collins, Colo. The prospective groom graduated from Lutz High School in 2002. In May 2009, he graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and second bachelor's degree in philosophy. He is currently a systems administrator at Tummy.com. The couple lives in Fort Collins and plans to marry later this summer. Engagements E-mail items to info@baybeacon.com. Kyle Woodall Anderson and Cody Elizabeth Ligon Justice-HauganFriends and family gathered July 16, 2011, in Cashmere, Wash., to celebrate the nuptials of Andrea Nichole Justice and Brandon James Haugan. Andrea is the daughter of Michael and Shawn Justice of Fort Myers, and Brandon is the son of Scott and Leota Haugan of Niceville. Brandon is a 2006 graduate of Niceville High School and 2010 graduate of the University of Central Florida. Andrea is a 2007 graduate of Atlantic Technical School in Coconut Creek, Fla., and is 2011 graduate of the University of Central Florida. The couple honeymooned in Seattle and will make their home in Orlando. Andrea Nichole Justice and Brandon James Haugan Weddings Niceville High welcomes freshmen Niceville High School recently held its three-day freshmen orientation, NEST (New Eagles Soaring Together). According to Lynn Prevatte, Student Government Association sponsor, more than 350 ninth graders attended, and the group leaders were blown away by their enthusiasm. The program was created to introduce incoming Niceville freshmen to the experiences and opportunities that await them. "The Eagle NEST symbolizes how all incoming freshmen are entering an exciting and important phase of their life….high school," said Prevatte. Students had the opportunity to meet teachers, administrators, other members of their class, and upperclassmen who shared advice. They also participated in team-building activities; learned about high school life—clubs, traditions, teams, school spirit and extracurriculars. They also learned about graduating with a plan for the future, and in general learned how to become a Niceville Eagle. "This year, we are looking for a NEST Leader of the Year," said Prevatte. "If your child attended NEST, please ask him or her to email me at prevattel@mail.okaloosa.k12.f l.us and nominate the name of their favorite leader with a short explanation for their choice (something specific that the leader did). The winner will be announced when school begins and the leader with the most votes will win a gift certificate to Beef O'Brady's." Prevatte went on to remind all incoming freshmen who may still be a little nervous about attending High School that all of the NEST leaders will be wearing their safetyorange shirts on the first day of school and any one of those students will be glad to help. "The motto for NEST is 'Meet your class. Know what to expect. Love your school,'” said Prevatte. “We hope those goals were met, and we look forward to a wonderful school year!" (Courtesy of the Okaloosa School District website.) American Legion gives USO $500American Legion Post 221, 441 John Sims Parkway, donated $500 to the USO Freedom Lounge at the Northwest Florida Regional Airport. From left, USO volunteer Jim Clawiter, Commander of American Legion Post 221 Bill Ellison, Freedom Lounge manager Diane Freeman, USO volunteer Jean Clemons and USO volunteer Clara Zepernick. Month of August Teaching the Jitterbug!-Ballroom -Rhythm-Swing -Latin-Night Club850-200-7348 Ballroom 1047 E. John C. Sims Pkwy., Palm Plaza, Niceville stepbystepballroom.comStep by Step Dance Party every 2nd & 4th Friday The Finest inEYE CARERight Here in Niceville LEE MULLIS, MD  Over 25 Years Experience  National Leader in Painless No-Stitch Cataract Surgery  A Kind and Friendly Way Darren Payne, MDBoard Certified Eye Physician & SurgeonLee Mullis, MDBoard Certified Eye Physician & Surgeon The Friendly & Caring StaffDARREN PAYNE, MD  Full-Time Medical Director of Niceville Office  15 Years Experience  A Friendly and Caring PersonalityMULLISEYEINSTITUTECall for an appointment We Specialize in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Conditions Associated with Aging, including:  CATARACTS  DROOPY EYE LIDS 115 Bailey Dr., Niceville  (850)678-5338930 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview  (850) 682-5338 GLAUCOMA  RETINA PROBLEMS Medicare Assignment Accepted Sun. 11am 8pm • Mon. Thurs. 11am 9pm • Fri. & Sat. 11am 10pm1027 John Sims Pkwy E, Palm Plaza, Niceville • 850 678 5072ED’SHOMETOWNSEAFOOD& STEAKSSaturday, August 13th: Sign up @ 7:00 p.m., Starts @ 7:30 $5 Fee 100% Give Back During Tournament: $5 Pitchers • $10 Buckets (domestic only) OPEN DART TOURNAMENT OPEN DART TOURNAMENT Choose Baywalk, you deserve the best!4566 Hwy 20E, Ste. 104  Niceville  www.baywalk2.comFIRST CLASS CUSTOM BUILT HOME Located in Rocky Bayou on Lake Henderson. Luxurious details throughout. Handicap Accessible. 4 Bedrooms-3 Baths. Perfect In-Law Suite with kitchenetteElevator. Call for a Feature Sheet of all the Extras. 4,519 Sq. Ft. $637,126. GRAND OAKS! Award Winning Planned Waterfront Community. Beautiful Southern Style Cottage Home features Separate Dining Room, Family Room, Spacious Kitchen, Den/Office, Master Down and 2 Bedrooms up with exceptional storage space. Home has beautiful Plank Hardwood downstairs. Screened Porch with ample room for Bar-B-Cue and relaxing. Front Porch for View of the Waterfront. Home has 25k full-house generator. NOW – Own 25F of lot right on the water with Dock. A Unique home with no flood insurance required. $490,000. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE Courtyard Plaza located in BWB next to CVS has Ofce space available. Magnolia Plantation: a Gated Community. Pristine 3 bedroom, 2 bath all Brick Home with Heated and Cooled Florida Room. Solar Shields added to most windows. Tile in all wet areas and family room. Spacious kitchen with Breakfast area and large dining room. 2 car garage. New A/C. Home shows like NEW!!! 2055 Sq.Ft. $270,000Seller pays $2500 of buyers closing cost with acceptable offer. DISTINCTIVE HOME located in Magnolia Plantation a Gated Community. Custom Built home with Top of the Line Custom Cabinets, Granite, Upgrades throughout. Crafted Architectural Detailing. Pool – Enclosed: 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. $499,000. GARDEN OAKS CONDO 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths. A must See: $135,000. 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Mens over 40 softball The Niceville Recreation Department is now accepting teams for the 2011 Mens Over 40 Softball League. Entry fee is $300 plus a $10 resident or $30 nonresident fee per player. Games will be held Wednesday nights starting Aug. 10. For more info call Jim Baughman at 729-4062 or visit the citys website at cityofniceville.org. Chamber breakfast The Niceville Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce will hold its Second Wednesday Breakfast Aug. 10 at the Niceville Community Center located at 204 N. Partin Drive. The breakfast will begin at 7:15 a.m. with coffee and conversation, followed by breakfast at 7:30. This months sponsor is Simple HR. Chamber members, their guests and prospective members are invited to attend. Creative writing group The Valparaiso Community Library will offer a writing workshop Aug. 11 at 1 p.m. All ages are welcome to come and explore their creativity, with a focus on self expression, creative writing and improvisation. This program is not a formal writing course, but group discussions and friendly critique will help individuals develop their written and/or vocal narrative style. Call the library for info, 729-5406. Senior Club gathering The Twin Cities Senior Citizens Club will meet Aug. 11 at 2 p.m. for potluck and Bingo. Bring a covered dish to share. Info: 678-8645 or 678-4346. Sales tax holiday Floridas back-to-school sales tax holiday will begin at 12:01 a.m., Friday, Aug. 12, through midnight, Sunday, Aug. 14. During this period, no sales tax will be collected on sales of clothing, wallets, handbags, backpacks, footwear and certain accessories for $75 or less, or on school supplies at $15 or less. To see a list of clothing and accessory items and their taxable (T) or exempt (E) status, visit dor.myflorida.com/dor/tips/pdf/tip11a0103_list.pdf. NHS football season tix Niceville High School Football season tickets, for the six home games, will go on sale to the general public Aug. 12. Current season ticket holders may purchase tickets Aug. 15, and Aug. 8. Tickets can be purchased by check or cash at Niceville High School from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The cost is $50. Call 496-1690 for more information. Pancake breakfast The Niceville High School volleyball team will hold an all-you-can-eat breakfast, including pancakes, bacon, sausage, coffee, juice and milk for only $6. The breakfasts will be Aug. 13, 8-10 a.m., at Eds Seafood and Steaks in Niceville. Emerald dash 5K Emerald Coast Chapter of the Womens Council of Realtors Inc., will hold a 5K run/walk Aug. 13 at 7:30 a.m. The 5K will start and end at Clement Taylor Park on Calhoun Avenue, Destin. Sign up for $30. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Shelter House Inc. Participants can sign up at Active.com under Emerald Dash or through Paige Floyd, 585-0490 or Paige.Floyd@rels.info. Hospice benefit AMVETS Chapter 78 Riders is sponsoring a motorcycle run Saturday, Aug. 13, for Hospice of Northwest Florida. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. at Post 78, 910 Valastics Ave., Valparaiso. Cost is $10 per rider. A low country shrimp boil will be held at 2 p.m. at the Dockside Oyster Bar and Cafe poolside area. The public is invited for the after-ride meal at Dockside for a $10 donation to Hospice. Info: John Glisson, 855-0053 or johnsglisson@cox.net. Genealogical meeting The Genealogical Society of Okaloosa County will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at the Heritage Museum, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. The speaker will be Kathy Marler Blue from the Destin Fishing & Heritage Museum. She will speak on the history of Destin and the early families who lived there. Following the meeting, those interested will meet for a Dutch treat lunch at a local restaurant. Meetings are open to the public. Info: 678-2023. Hot August Night Regatta The Bluewater Bay Sailing Club will hold a Hot August Night Regatta Aug. 13. Registration will take place from 5 p.m., with first warning at 7. The entry fee is $20 in two classes, nonspinnaker and spinnaker. Instructions, course and other information will be given during the Skippers meeting at 6. Info: Bill Deming 678-7223. Wildlife presentation Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park will be hold a wildlife presentation Aug. 13, 11-11:30 a.m. Join the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge as they present their rehabilitated wildlife for your viewing pleasure. Learn about the critters that are here in the local area, including what they eat, where they live and how they survive in the wild. Be sure to bring your camera. Info: 833-9144. Florida Trail events The Florida Trail Association has posted these upcoming events. Aug. 13, 9 a.m. Join the Florida Trail Association for an easy one-mile hike on Eglin near DeFuniak Springs. Info: 850-492-8258. Aug. 20, 9:30 a.m. Bring your canoe or kayak and join the Florida Trail Association for an approximate seven-mile paddle on one creek & two rivers near Crestview. Eglin permit required. Info: 682-6098. Aug. 23, 6 p.m. Monthly meeting of the Florida Trail Association at Eds Hometown Seafood & Steaks, Niceville. Visitors welcome. Info: 654-1172. Aug. 27-28, 9 a.m. Bring your canoe or kayak for a paddle/overnight camping trip on Blackwater River near Baker. Info: 850-736-7534. For a full list of events, visit choctaw.floridatrail.org. Mens baseball sign-ups The Okaloosa Mens Baseball League is kicking off its fall season with registration Aug. 14 and 21 at 3 p.m. both days at the Twin Oaks baseball field in Niceville. These sessions will be for both the 18-and-over and 30-and-over divisions. The Twin Oaks Baseball Field is located on Highway 85 N., just north of College Boulevard. The registration process will include the collection of league fees and a short baseball workout session. The final day of registration is Aug. 21. Games will begin Sept. 3. For more information visit OMBL.org or call 864-PLAY(7529). Free film screening The Niceville United Methodist Church, 214 Partin Drive South, will host a showing of Soul Surfer, a PG movie based on the true story of Bethany Hamilton, Aug. 14 in the Community Life Center. This event is free of charge, and show times will be 3 and 7 p.m. No tickets are required and a concession stand will be available. Info: 678-4411. Chamber Singers auditions Okaloosa Chamber Singers will hold auditions for membership in the ensemble, now in its 14th season. OCS, Northwest Floridas premier choral ensemble, brings the finest choral music and performance to our area. For more information and/or to schedule an audition time with Marilyn Overturf, call 682-9651, email marilyno@cox.net, or visit okaloosachambersingers.org. Rehearsals will begin Aug. 15, in Niceville. Derby Race Camp The Niceville Assembly of God will hold a Derby Race Camp for upcoming kindergarten through fifthgrade students, Aug. 15, 16 and 18, 68:30 p.m., in the Varsity Room. TheWednesday, August 10, 2011 Page B-3 THEBAYBEACON Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. Changing jobs or retiring? Bo Burns, Agent 1811 John Sims Parkway Niceville, FL 32578 Bus: 850-678-3441 bo.burns.cvly@statefarm.com bo.burns.cvly@statefarm.com Bus: 850-678-3441 Niceville, FL 32578 1811 John Sims Parkway Bo Burns, Agent a o t ) k ( 1 0 4 r u o y r e v o ov g n i l l o R m r a F e t a t Sn a c I y y s a e s i A R I h w k r o w r e p a p e h t f o e r a c e k a t t n e m e r i t e r a h t i w u o y yo g n i p l e h s d e e n r u o y s t e e m t a h t n a l p t n e m e r re i t e e r r r u o y e k ke a T Ta u o y h t i w s g n i v a s e l i h 6 3 1 1 0 0 1 o H m r a F e t a t S L, r o b h g i e n d o o g a e k i L e r e h t s i m r a F e t a t S. Y A AY D O T E M L L A CI n o t g n i m o o l B e c f O e m o Pollys Concrete Products Pollys Concrete Productswww.pollysconcrete.com Before After $50.00OFFFormed & Poured Driveway$100.00OFFCobblestone Paver DrivewayREADY TO ENHANCE YOUR CURB APPEAL?Upgrade your old existing driveway with Stylish Cobblestone Pavers or we can remove and repour your driveway.Call today for a free estimate 897-3314 Center for Womens Health131 E. Redstone Ave., Suite 109 Crestview, FL 32539 850-683-1100 Monday Thursday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Charles McFatter, M.D. Board Certied in GynecologyIndependent Member of the Medical Staff at North Okaloosa Medical Center Please see CALENDAR, page B-4 Chamber Singers auditionsOkaloosa Chamber Singers, Northwest Florida's premier choral ensemble, will hold auditions for membership. Info: Marilyn Overturf, 682-9651 or marilyno@ cox.net, or okaloosacham bersingers.org. Rehearsals will begin Aug. 15, in Niceville. 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cost for the camp is $25, which includes car kit and race day registration. Build your own car, experience fast-track lessons from Gods word and have a racing great time. Lunchtime history lecture Bring a Vietnam POW Home will be the free lunchtime history lecture presented at the Heritage Museum, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso, by Colonel Leroy Leak Thornal, Ret. USAF, Aug. 17 at noon. Hear the real-life story of one mans involvement with POW/MIA families, his promise and the recovery efforts to bring home U.S. POWs from North Vietnam. Bring a sandwich and take your lunch break for History Sandwiched-In, an informal lunchtime education program. Space is limited. Call to reserve a seat, 6782615. Assembly of God block party The Niceville Assembly of God, 108 Highway 85 North, will hold a block party and hot rod show Wednesday, Aug. 17, 6-8 p.m. Visit your favorite connecting point booth, get your motor runnin with a free hamburger or hot dog, challenge yourself at the Pulse obstacle course, check out the awesome hot rods, and register to win some fabulous prizes. All are welcome. Friends for Fun senior club All singles 60 and older, join Friends for Fun for laughter and friendly conversation each Wednesday, 3-6 p.m., at the Bluewater Bay Clubhouse. This is an opportunity to make new friends and find joy and companionship. Info: 897-4434. Alabama storm donations Safe Haven Horse Rescue Center will collect nonperishable food items and personal hygiene products to aid in storm relief in Alabama. Collection boxes will be placed at Lauras Pet and Horse Supply and Read it Again bookstore in Niceville. Info: Wendyc25200@ yahoo.com. Hospice vehicle donations Covenant Hospice adds another way you can help its mission through vehicle, RV and boat donations. Vehicles, running or not, are picked up, then sold at auction. The price a vehicle takes at auction becomes a tax deduction for you, and indigent care, bereavement services, or support and care for kids coping with loss. If you would like more information on how you can support Covenant Hospice by donating your vehicle, boat or RV through the easy donation process, call Jenni Perkins at 598-5003. Community yard sale The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso, will hold its community yard sale with NicevilleValparaiso Kiwanis Saturday, Aug. 27, 7 a.m.-noon. Clean out your garage, closets and shed, and help preserve the past by donating whatever you are past needing. Donations (no clothes please) will be accepted during regular museum hours, TuesdaySaturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Limited 10-by-10-foot spaces are available for $10. Sellers, visit the museum to reserve your spot. Info: 678-2615 or heritage-museum.org. Call to artists The 17th annual Oktoberfest and Arts & Crafts Festival at Winn Dixie Plaza in Bluewater Bay is looking for artists and craftsmen interested in selling their work. The festival, sponsored by the Mid-Bay Rotary Club, will be held on Friday, Sept. 23, 5-10 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 24, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Cost to exhibit at the two-day event is $75. Info: Bert, 897-3190. Hospital volunteers sought The Twin Cities Hospital Auxiliary is seeking volunteers. For more information, call 729-9481, or stop by the hospital, 2190 Highway 85 N., Niceville, and speak to a volunteer at the front desk. Hospice seeks volunteers Emerald Coast Hospice seeks volunteers to help families make the most of each day and provide the support that every family needs during difficult times. Volunteers are the heart of hospice and help in many ways: through supportive visits with patients and families, spiritual care, special projects, errands and general office assistance. For more information about becoming a Hospice volunteer, call Lisa Secondine, 862-1069. Senior care kits available The local Home Instead Senior Care office is offering a no-cost senior emergency kit that includes items such as a checklist of important contact names and information and health tracker worksheets. The file also allows for the storage of important documents in an emergency. Materials can be downloaded at senioremergencykit.com. To get a specialized senior kit, call the senior care office at 243-6464. Art exhibit at library The Local Color Artists Club will exhibit works at the Niceville Library through Aug. 27. Pastels, wooden flutes and photography, as well as paintings created using watercolors, oils and acrylics will be on display and will periodically change. The club meets monthly and welcomes interested parties. Info: Amy Jo Rosati, 678-4813. Recipe contest, senior care The local Home Instead Senior Care office serving Okaloosa and Walton Counties has launched a new program called Craving Companionship, which encourages families to dig into their recipe box, find that favorite dish and share it with their senior loved ones. Families may also enter that recipe in the Homemade Memories Recipe Contest, which runs through Sept. 15. Info: mealsandcompanion ship.com.Page B-4 Wednesday, August 10, 2011 THEBAYBEACON Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. CHURCHDIRECTORY 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 Fax: 729-3225info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressStephen W. KentEditor and PublisherBunni FarnhamAdvertising RepresentativeCandice LeggeGraphic ArtistMike LewisGraphic ArtistIgnacio MacasaetGraphic ArtistDan EwbankAdvertising RepresentativeDeborah TiptonReceptionistKaron DeyBookkeeper Molly MosherEditorial AssistantThe Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville, Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole, as well as mid-Walton County from Villa Tasso to Basin Bayou, including Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52.Nicevilles NewspaperSara KentAdvertising Director IMMANUELANGLICANCHURCHSunday Morning Services Family Worship 9:00 with children's classesWalk-In...Worship 11:01 with childcare for ages 6 weeks to Kindergarten Wednesday Nights Youth 6:30-8 p.m. Pointing The Way To Jesus250 Indian Bayou Trail, Destin Church Office: 850-837-6324www.iacdestin.org First Baptist Church ofValparaisoENGAGINGGOD,CONNECTINGWITHOTHERS,SERVINGALL444 Valparaiso Pkwy. 850-678-4822 www.fbcvalparaiso.orgSundays Bible Study 9:30am Celebration Service 11:00am Discipleship 5:00pm Wednesdays Adults, Youth, & Children 6:00pm Bishop and Mrs. T.P. Johnson, Sr. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Matt 28:19NEWLIFECHRISTIANMINISTRIES130 N. PARTINDR., NICEVILLECHURCHOFFICE(850) 729-0733 Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.Bishop T.P. Johnson, Sr. Senior Pastorwww.thisisnewlife.org St. Paul Lutheran & Preschool 1407 E. John Sims Parkway 850-678-1298 W o r s h i p S c h e d u l e 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Rally Day, August 28, 9:30 a.m. Catechism Orientation August 31, 7:00 p.m. www.stpaulniceville.com Pauline Brooks, 72, Choctaw Beach, retired Ron Graham, 60, Niceville, Realtor Myke Warthen, 43, Niceville, photographer Brad Wiley, 23, Niceville, meat cutter I thought it was absurd. They should have cut spending a long time ago. Id like to see them cut their own salaries. They can never agree on anything except giving themselves raises. Then its unanimous across the board. I think we need to stop spending so much money. If we dont, well all end up broke. Terry Thomas, 55, Niceville, IT administrator We need to cut, cap and balance. I think its a whole mess, and theyre acting like children. Rene Maldonado, 49, Niceville, radio frequency manager We need to live within our income, so we shouldnt have raised the debt limit. by Mike GriffithWhat do you think about the national debt agreement between the president and congressional leaders?Location: Palm PlazaWhat should we ask next week? Email your suggested question to: info@baybeacon.com Include "Suggested IP question" in the "subj ect" field. TheINQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike Griffith CALENDARFrom page B-3 God Centered Christ Exalting Spirit Led Truth DrivenService Time:Sundays at 10:15 a.m. Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. 2401 Partin Dr. N, Nicevillewww.rockybayoubaptist.org 678-6062 or our agency, and Auto-Owners Insurance, 99.9% just isnt good enough... We want to provide our customers with 100% service! Contact Niceville Insurance about our Super Outstanding Service today well work hard to exceed your expectations! Louis Skinner expectations! NicevilleINSURANCEAGENCY (850) 729-2131www.nicevilleinsurance.com Reaching the Emerald Coast with the Transforming Love of Jesus ChristRev Fr Frank D Gough II 850.651.9800 fatherfrankgough@aol.com Rev Christopher Flynn, Deacon 850.543.3748 fwbflynn@cox.net www.ResurrectionShalimar.com A Member of the World Wide Anglican CommunionRESURRECTIONAnglican Church66 8th St., ShalimarService Times: 10:00 a.m. Sunday

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Rocky Beta ClubRocky Bayou Christian Academy is pleased to announce that the Rocky Bayou Christian Academy Beta Club has a new sponsor, new members and new officers for the 2011-12 school year. Ben Tidwell, a 2006 RBCA alumnus and Palm Beach Atlantic University 2010 graduate, is the new sponsor and teacher, coming from Berean Christian School of West Palm Beach. Grace Stoner is the newly elected president, with Sarah Lynch serving as vice president, Neely Fawaz as secretary, Wendy Kent as treasurer, Mandy Hart as parliamentarian, and Shiloh Johns as chaplain. New members for this year, based upon their A average from last school year, are: Kristen Bernheisel, Dallas Banks, MacKenzie Davis, Michelle Earls, Cameron Esses, Laura Hudson, Kandace Jolly, Ian Kampert, Noah Kerstein, Kat Koster, Jennifer Paskell, Tyler Paskell, Hannah Stoner, James Sung, Brittany Tiller, Sarah Witkos, and Wade Wiederhold. Tidwell, with all of the officers and members, looks forward to serving his new school and community through various projects while maintaining academic excellence.Lewis School orientationLewis School, 281 Mississippi Ave., Valparaiso, will hold a backto-school orientation Thursday, Aug. 18. Parents and their kindergarten through fifth-grade students are invited to visit the school between 9 and 10:30 a.m. to receive teacher assignments and visit their classrooms. Middle school students and their parents should attend between noon and 1:30 p.m. to receive schedules and visit classrooms. Agenda books and lockers assignments will be available. School supply lists can be found at local stores and at lewisschoolk8.com.Reduced, free meal programThe Okaloosa County School District announces its free and reduced-price meals for students. An application is available at applyforlunch.com. Applications must contain complete eligibility information to be approved. Once approved, meal benefits are good for the entire year. The following, included on the application, will be used as the criteria to determine eligibility. 1) Total household income listed by gross amount received, type of income (e.g., wages, child support, etc.) and how often the income is received by each household member; 2) Names of all household members 3) Signature of an adult household member certifying the information provided is correct; and 4) The social security number of the adult signing the application. Further information about eligibility requirements are also available at the website, applyfor lunch.com.Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Page B-5 THEBAYBEACON School Briefs E-mail items to info@baybeacon.com. News Correspondent Part-Time The Eglin Flyer, Hurlburt Patriot and Green Beret seek a freelance reporter to write human interest features or cover events. You must be available most nights, most days, or both (your choice). We pay $25 a story and $5 a photo, when published. Writing experience is essential, as is access to a home computer. Some reporting and photo experience is helpful, but not required. This a great chance to learn more about your community and the military. Call Ken Books, 678-1080. Newspaper Delivery Earn extra cash of $45 to $140 or more each week in your spare time! The Bay Beacon seeks a reliable independent contractor to insert, bag, and deliver newspapers Tuesday night. You must be over 21 and have a reliable vehicle, a good driving record, a Florida driver’s license, and proof of current liability insurance. No collecting duties. Earnings vary according to route and work load. Stop by the Bay Beacon for an information sheet and to fill out an application. The Beacon 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville  678-1080 (Parkway East Shopping Center across from PoFolks) Seasonal Tax Professionals, will train. Niceville classes start 8 Sept. 2012 Tax Season 1-800HRBLOCK, 850-5026609. Advertising Sales The Beacon Newspapers (The Bay Beacon, The Eglin Flyer, and The Hurlburt Patriot, and The Green Beret) have an opening for a career-minded, fulltime person to sell newspaper advertising in an established territory. Calling on new customers and collecting also required. Candidates should be upbeat, energetic, organized, self-starting and detail-oriented. Salary plus commission. Benefits include IRA plan and paid vacation. Candidates must be available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. We will train the right person. Apply in person at The Bay Beacon, 1181 John Sims Parkway (Parkway East Shopping Center), Niceville. Roof top luggage carrier cross bars. Fits Dodge Nitro, $175. Call 678-6595. Yellow flies? Mosquitos? Use Swamp Gator head to toe. Child safe. Niceville Cash and Carry, (850) 678-5186. Seeking work from home distributors for new organic health food company that launches in October 2011. Great opportunity to get in on ground floor with unlimited earning potential from home, and wholesale prices on healthy food delivered right to the customer’s door. Call (850) 974-2952 for more information. Senior/ Handicapped/ House Care Assistant, experienced, local, references, available immediately. 279-3422 Warehouse space available. 700 vSqFt Warehouse, $500 per month. For more information, call 897-4149. 419 Adams Ave., Valparaiso This & That Thrift Shop, Flea Market, Buy, Sell, Trade. Open Wed.Sat., 1419 No. 29th. Outdoor Flea Market, 729-3801 Opportunities Services Items for Sale Miscellaneous Help Wanted Yard Sales Warehouse Space Help Wanted Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. CLASSIFIEDS Beacon "Where Buyers and Sellers Meet!" CONVENIENT WAYS TO PLACE YOUR BEACON CLASSIFIED AD! Please write ad on form. Include phone number as part of ad. Minimum charge $11.00* for up to 10 words. Each additional word 20¢. Attach more paper if needed.MAIL : Beacon Newspapers, 1181 E. John Sims Pwky., Niceville, FL 32578. Please enclose check. DROP IN : The Bay Beacon, 1181 E. John Sims Pkwy., Parkway East Shopping Center. Office hours: 8 a.m.5 p.m. M-F. After hours, use mail slot in our door. E-MAIL : classified@baybeacon.com Type "Classified" in subject field. (Do not include credit card information. We will call you for credit card info. $5 processing fee.) BEACON CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 2:00 P.M. FRIDAY FOR WEDNESDAY Contact Information (Will not appear in ad) : Name Phone Address Please make checks payable to the Beacon Newspapers.*Base price includes $5 weekly discount or walk-in or mail-in prepaid ads. Ads are non-refundable. BEACON NEWSPAPERS | (850) 678-1080 1181 E. JOHN SIMS PKWY., NICEVILLE, FL 50% discount for additional weeks or papers. 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Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso.ALL AROUND THE TOWN ALL AROUND THE TOWN Start your week off with a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner with Sunset Caf. Now open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. You will be greeted by the smiling, friendly staff and the scrumptious aromas flowing from the kitchen. Surely it will satisfy your cravings. Not ready for breakfast at 7 a.m.? Not to worrybreakfast is served all day. Are you in a hurry? Call your order in and Sunset Caf will have it ready for you when you arrive. For breakfast try the signature layered breakfast in a bowl, found only at Sunset Caf. This is not a small bowl of cereal. It's a complete breakfast in a bowl. There are five different bowls to choose from. For the bigger appetite, try the monster omelet, loaded with three meats, four eggs, cheese, hash browns and veggiestruly an omelet you wont soon forget. Have a special omelet you like? Ask your server. If we have it, we will be happy to make it for you. How about Sunset Caf's pancakes with hand-picked fresh blueberries? You'll find omelets, French toast, home fried potatoes and eggs cooked any way you like them. Hash browns, breakfast burritos and biscuits and gravy are among your choices for breakfast at Sunset Caf. Be the hit of your office. Start the day off with breakfast burritos, sausage biscuits, or one of Sunset Caf's many breakfast sandwiches, the perfect way to energize and please the boss or fellow co-workers. Proximity to Eglin AFB makes Sunset Caf an ideal place to break for lunch to enjoy mouthwatering burgers dressed the way you want, specialty wings, sandwiches, salads, homemade chili and soups, grilled wraps and grilled chicken sandwiches. All include your choice of sides. And don't forget to try Sunset Caf's awesome homemade onion rings. All of this and more can be found at Sunset Caf. When available, it may offer a special for the day. Try Sunset Caf on Saturdays, when one child under 12 may eat free from the children's menu. And it's a great place to relax after church on Sundays, visiting with fellow worshippers. Have a group that would like to find a place to enjoy a tasty meal together? Call Sunset Caf ahead of time and its staff will do their best to accommodate your group. Are you hungry for breakfast at night? Don't want to cook eggs or bacon at home? No problem. Sunset Caf is the place to be. The staff will cook breakfast for you in the evening just the way you want it. With Internet access available, you can bring your laptop in and work while you eat, or play the oldies on the free jukebox, or just relax watching the news. Sunset Caf is family owned and operated. Owners Jim and Shirley, manager Cheryl and the staff invite one and all to come on in, sit a spell and enjoy a great meal with them at Sunset Caf. Sunset Caf is located at 177 S. John Sims Pkwy., Valparaiso, on the north side just before the Toms Bayou Bridge. Call 678-2127. You may dine in or carry out. Call ahead of time for quicker service.Page B-6 Wednesday, August 10, 2011 THEBAYBEACON Watch the news on TV for current events or listen to the free jukebox to reminisce about the past. 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Phase 1 is a 2.8-mile segment that will be completed when the connector is open to motorists from the northern end of the toll bridge to Range Road. The first 1.5-mile segment of Phase 1 from the bridge toll plaza to the Highway 20 interchange opened to the public May 12 as a four-lane road. When the connector road is opened to Range Road in the near future, northbound motorists will be merged from four lanes to two lanes just north of the Highway 20 overpass, Van Steenburg explained. Since the overpass across Range Road is part of Phase 2 work, motorists will exit or enter Range Road from the singlelane entry/exit ramps on either side of the planned overpass. When Phase 2 and 3, both currently under construction, are completed in 2014, the connector road from Range Road north and west to highways 285 and 85, will also open as twolane highways, Van Steenburg said. A new opening date extending the connector road to Range Road has not yet been announced. 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