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The Bay beacon

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Title:
The Bay beacon
Portion of title:
Beacon
Place of Publication:
Niceville, FL
Publisher:
Bayou Enterprises Inc., Stephen W. Kent- Publisher
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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Newspapers -- Niceville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Valparaiso (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Niceville
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Bluewater Bay
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Valparaiso
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30.516111 x -86.471667 ( Place of Publication )

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Began Apr. 22, 1992.
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Description based on: May 11, 1994.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Bay Beacon. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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30766158 ( OCLC )
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1097-6469 ( ISSN )

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T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 Police Blotter, page A-4 50Wednesday, April 11, 2018 8 Pages, 1 Section, 7 Inserts Heights volunteer Irene Maxwell gives some homework help to Richard Hickey, 8, Emir Morales, 10, and Sherman Broxson, 9.Beacon photo by Mike Griffith By Chrissie Kirila Beacon Correspondent State Rep. Mel Ponder (Dist. 4) last week briefed the Niceville Republican Women Federated about the two-month regular annual legislative session that ended March 11. In remarks April 2, Ponder said he focused on four priorities: upholding ethics, upholding the military, defending and protecting the Second Amendment and preserving the values of the people of his district. His faith plays a big role in his job, he said. The Destin Republican, who is serving his first term, said that House Resolution 319 passed the Florida Legislature and was handed to Dist. 1 Congressman Matt Gaetz to advance federally. The resolution seeks to make permanent a federal moratorium on oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico Test Range. Current legislation protects this area from drilling until June of 2022. The Gulf Test Range, the largest U.S. munitionstesting area, is used by military installations, including Eglin Air Force Base. A bill allowing colleges within the Florida state system to waive certain fees for active-duty military members also passed. A measure that waives certainBy Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent The Heights Tutoring Center, a Niceville nonprofit organization that provides afterschool academic tutoring, Bible study, snacks, and recreation to local students from elementary through high school, plans a fundraising golf tournament on Friday at the Eglin golf course. Now in its 11th year of operation, the Niceville tutoring center has 72 students enrolled, as well as a waiting list. Our mission, said Bob Buckland, chairman of The Heights board of directors, is to serve those most in need in the Niceville and Valparaiso area by providing resources to students and families through quality educational support and demonstrating the faith and hope we have in Christ. A rainy, stormy Saturday morning threatened to spoil the weekend plans of many people, but as the day wore on, the rain stopped, and by Sunday, a cloudy but dry day drew many people outdoors to enjoy the remainder of the weekend. As the sun set, turning late afternoon into night, members of Niceville s Rocky Bayou Baptist Church joined with those of King s Cross Church on a Walton County beach for a community outreach, supper and bonfire. The Niceville dog park, near the Mullet Festival site, attracted people, along with their best friends. Also at the Mullet Site, Generations United Church hosted a Military Family Appreciation Day. Pastor Phil Daniels said the event was open to military members, veterans, and their families to thank them for their service and to offer a day of food and fun. The Auto Zone in Niceville hosted a fundraising car wash, run by members of the Alliance Dance Family, part of Amplify Performing Arts, Bluewater Bay, which helps to introduce youngsters to dance as not only a form of recreation, but also as a possible future profession. Turkey Creek park in Niceville was where some people came to enjoy nature, walk or run along the boardwalk, and to get a close look at the turtles that live in the waterway. At the Bluewater Bay golf club, some adults spent Sunday afternoon helping youngsters sharpen their golf skills. At the Bluewater Bay Marina, Vanessa Duncan introduced her children Aspen, 6, and Stillman, 12, to the fundamentals of catch-andrelease fishing. Late Sunday afternoon, boaters returned to the marina after a day on the water.Beacon photos by Mike GriffithMinistry helps kids succeed in schoolLawmaker recaps legislative sessionBeacon Staff Jackie D. Long last week was found guilty of first degree premeditated murder in the 1981 shotgun slaying of Leonard Buddy Phelps, of Niceville. Following the jury verdict, Okaloosa County Circuit Judge William Stone sentenced Long to life imprisonment. Long, formerly of Holt, was already serving three consecutive life sentences in Alabama for his part in a brutal home-invasion robbery in 2005 in Wing, Ala. Evidence developed by the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office in probing the Phelps slaying figured in the Alabama trial in 2015. Phelps was 59 when someone beat and shot him in the back yard of his business, Phelps Brothers Boat Works, at John Sims Parkway and State Road 85 North, Niceville. The inside of Phelps' apartment over his business was ransacked. Investigators believe the killer or killers got what they were looking for. Enjoying the great outdoors Please see MINISTRY, page A-5 Please see KILLER, page A-5 Please see RECAPS, page A-5 Killer gets life sentence in 1981 slaying Twin Cities Elks Lodge 2747, Valparaiso, celebrated standout first responders from the local area at a dinner held in their honor at the lodge. Family members and supporters from their various agencies joined them. Each received a letter written by their superiors and an engraved insulated mug. Niceville Police Chief Chief David Popwell gave a short talk on the drug problem in the Twin Cities area. From left: Michael Grazioso, North Bay Fire District; Matt Webster, Niceville Fire Department; Karen Griffin, Okaloosa County EMS; Brandon Gaddis, Valparaiso Volunteer Fire Department (his son Brandon II is in front); Austin Hinton, East Niceville Fire District; Joseph Boyles, Niceville Police Department. Also honored was Kim Coone, Valparaiso Police Department.Elks celebrate first responders Beacon photo by Chrissie KirilaState Rep. Mel Ponder, R-Dist. 4, recapped the recent session of the Florida Legislature in remarks last week in Bluewater Bay. Jackie Long Buddy Phelps

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A Niceville soldier was one of six graduates of the Okaloosa Veterans Court recently at a ceremony featuring U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Thomas G. Bowman. The recent ceremony in an Okaloosa County courtroom also honored County Judge Patt Maney, who is scheduled to retire next month after 29 years on the bench. Army Staff Sergeant Dustin Gerald Hoover, an Explosive Ordnance Demolition Technician and veteran of combat deployments to Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan, received the Veterans Court completion certificate and coin from Bowman. Hoover was one of six graduates from Floridas first Veterans Treatment Court, a pretrial-diversion program for military veterans that was founded by Maney. In 2012, the Florida Legislature named the Veterans Treatment Act after Maney. More than 80 U.S. military veterans have completed the Okaloosa County Veterans Court, which handles misdemeanors and some felonies and leverages VA resources that are not otherwise available to the court system. In a move that surprised Judge Maney, First Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Linda Nobles joined Bowman and five judges from Okaloosa County for the ceremony. Nobles read a proclamation naming the local court the T. Patt Maney Veterans Court. He was also given a framed copy of laudatory remarks by Dist. 1 Congressman Matt Gaetz in the House of Representatives. Okaloosa County Commission Chairman Graham Fountain, Commissioner Trey Goodwin, Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux, Clerk of Court JD Peacock, II and Public Defender Bruce Miller also attended the event in Maneys honor. Maney, a retired Army brigadier general and former infantry officer, served in U.S. military operations in Panama, Haiti, Bosnia and Afghanistan. In Bosnia, he served with the Office of the High Representative implementing the Dayton Peace Accord. He commanded the 350th Civil Affairs Command and the 354th Civil Affairs Brigade. For 17 months, Maney served in a diplomatic role as the Political Sector Coordinator and Senior Advisor to the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan. It was there, in 2005, that he was badly wounded by a roadside bomb that killed four soldiers. He spent almost 20 months recuperating at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, retiring from the Army in April 2007 and resuming his judicial duties in Okaloosa County. OUR GUARANTEEDeciding to purchase hearing devices can take years. Once you finally do, you want to be satisfied. That is why we will Bend Over Backwards! to see that you are satisfied. That promise, plus our selection, prices and great service sets us apart. Pay us a visit and youll see the difference.Come by and see the differencehear Call today for a Free Hearing ProfileHIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES EXCEPTIONAL SERVICEKAITLYNLOCKEHearing Aid Specialist COUPONSExpires: 4/30/18 Expires: 4/30/18 batteries$3 per packLimit 4by Varta 4400 Hwy. 20 E., Ste. 211, Bluewater Bay (850) 279-4545 $2,00000All Models & Sizes100% DigitalReg. $2,30000 NERA 2 Law Office ofSAMUEL M. PEEKThe hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. Probate Wills Trusts Estate Planning Powers of Attorney Medical Directives 678-1178222 Government Avenue Niceville, FL 32578 Okaloosa County Judge Patt Maney, right, was honored by, among others, Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Thomas G. Bowman, center, for creating the county Veterans Court. At left is Army Staff Sgt. Gerald Hoover, a graduate of the Veterans Court. Courtesy photo Judge Maney honored for Vets Court THEBAYBEACONWednesday, April 11, 2018 Page A-3

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ArrestsOn March 25 Niceville police arrested James Chanley Poland, 21, of County Highway 3280, Freeport, on charges of possessing a controlled substance without a prescription, drug equipment possession and/or use, and violation of probation/community control. Also arrested was Alfonso Eliseo Avalos, 25, a cook, of 1906 Benton Ave., Niceville, on charges of drug equipment possession and/or use and violation of probation/community control. * On March 26 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Tyler Craig Bennett, 26, of 1345 N. Bayshore Dr., Valparaiso, on a charge of possessing a controlled substance without a prescription. * On March 27 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Nakia Gayle Stubblefield, 32, of 23 Hampton Cir., Niceville, on a charge of felony probation violation. * On March 27 Niceville police arrested a 15-yearold Niceville boy on a charge of criminal mischief resulting in less than $200 worth of damage. The boy had broken the side mirror of someones vehicle on Everglade Drive following an argument. * On March 31 Valparaiso police arrested Brendan Khan Bonina Devlin, 21, of 175 Edge Ave., Valparaiso, on a charge of driving while license suspended, habitual offender. * On March 31 Valparaiso police arrested Zachery Allen Kent, 33, of 622 Gap Creek Dr., #18, Fort Walton Beach, for knowingly driving while license suspended. An officer made a traffic stop on Kent for failing to signal for two turns in the area of Kelly Road and Johnson Street. During the stop, a police database revealed that Kents drivers license, from Texas, had been suspended 21 times and was still suspended. * On March 31 Jason Corey Neely, 32, of 1024 Everglade Dr., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail on an out of county arrest warrant and a charge of failure to appear.Criminal summonsesOn March 26 Niceville police issued a criminal summons to Jason Connor McCauley, 18, of 400 Kelly Rd., #51, Niceville, on charges of marijuana possession, not more than 20 grams, and drug equipment possession and/or use. An officer made a traffic stop on a Mercury Grand Marquis after it ran a stop sign. The driver, McCauley, appeared to be very nervous, with his hands shaking. When informed of the reason for the traffic stop, he stated, I did, I dont really know how stop signs work. A police narcotics dog did a free air sniff of the vehicle and gave a positive indication for the presence of drugs. During a subsequent pat-down, McCauley told the officer that he had marijuana in his pants pocket. The contents field tested positive for THC. * On March 26 Niceville police issued a criminal summons to Shylo Travise Easterly, 22, of 1529 Hickory St., Niceville, on a charge of marijuana possession, not more than 20 grams. Easterly was the driver and sole occupant of a black 2003 Chevrolet pickup stopped for an extinguished headlight. During the traffic stop, the officer smelled a faint odor of marijuana. Easterly granted consent for a search of the vehicle, and the search revealed approximately 2 grams of suspected marijuana in a toolbox in the pickup. The suspected marijuana field tested positive. After a Miranda warning, Easterly told police that he had knowingly parked his pickup in the parking lot of Walmart with the toolbox unlocked, and walked inside while a friend delivered marijuana to the toolbox, where police found it. Easterly said he then returned to the pickup, confirmed the presence of the marijuana, then closed and locked the toolbox before exiting the parking lot.OtherOn March 27 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office responded to an address on Golf Course Drive regarding a theft. * On March 28 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office responded to an address on 18th St. regarding an internet fraud. * On March 29 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office responded to an address on Lindsey Lane regarding a grand theft. Police BlotterThe following accounts of the activities of police are according to records of the Niceville and Valparaiso police departments, the Okaloosa County and Walton County sheriff s offices, other law-enforcement agencies, and the Okaloosa County and Walton County jails. Fire Department ReportsThe Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls from April 2, 2018 through April 8, 2018. 0 Structure Fire18 Emergency Medical Calls 0 Vehicle Fire2 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire1 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn6 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms1 Hazardous Conditions STREET SiTUATION DATE TIME 48th Street................................Medical..................................4/2/18.......................06:35 Pontevedra Ln..........................Medical..................................4/2/18.......................11:16 47th Street................................Gas leak................................4/2/18.......................12:07 W. John Sims Pkwy.................Medical..................................4/3/18.......................10:41 Meigs Dr...................................Medical..................................4/3/18.......................13:50 S.R. 285....................................Extrication..............................4/3/18.......................14:22 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Medical..................................4/3/18.......................15:18 Valparaiso Blvd........................Vehicle crash.........................4/3/18.......................18:31 Pine Ct......................................Medical..................................4/3/18.......................19:02 32nd Street...............................Medical..................................4/4/18.......................11:15 E. John Sims Pkwy..................False call................................4/4/18.......................13:31 Bayshore Dr.............................False call................................4/4/18.......................16:52 21st Street................................Medical..................................4/4/18.......................21:27 32nd Street...............................Medical..................................4/5/18.......................09:10 Spence Cir................................Medical..................................4/6/18.......................00:29 Bayshore Dr.............................Cancelled...............................4/6/18.......................15:46 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Good intent ...........................4/6/18.......................16:23 32nd Street...............................Medical..................................4/6/18.......................16:37 Pontevedra Ln..........................Medical..................................4/6/18.......................19:04 Dartmouth Way........................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................02:20 Kelly Road................................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................03:23 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Alarm activation.....................4/7/18.......................07:00 Scott St.....................................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................07:23 Rita Lane..................................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................07:36 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................09:53 Surf Lane..................................Medical..................................4/7/18.......................12:00 Kelly Rd....................................Cancelled...............................4/7/18.......................23:11 S.R. 85 N..................................Vehicle crash.........................4/8/18.......................17:37 Weekly Safety Tip: Run cool water over a burn for 10-15 minutes, never apply ice. It is dangerous to put butter or any other grease on a burn because it seals in the heat and can damage the tissue further, if the burned skin blisters or is charred see a doctor immediately. The Niceville Fire Department has a Facebook page, check it out! Niceville North BayThe North Bay Fire District responded to the following calls from April 2, 2018 through April 8, 2018. STREET SITUATION DATE TIME Cedar St...................................Medical assist........................4/2/18.......................03:51 Cedar St...................................EMS call................................4/2/18.......................10:00 E. Hwy. 20................................EMS call................................4/2/18.......................12:42 Abaco Cv..................................EMS call................................4/2/18.......................13:04 E. Hwy. 20 ...............................EMS call................................4/2/18.......................16:36 Ida Coon Cir.............................Public service assist..............4/2/18.......................18:00 Pine Street................................Service call............................4/2/18.......................19:04 Nassau Dr.................................Smoke detector activation....4/3/18.......................07:17 E. Hwy. 20................................EMS call................................4/3/18.......................08:59 W. John Sims Pkwy.................Dispatched & cancelled........4/3/18.......................10:41 Range Rd.................................Good intent call.....................4/3/18.......................16:59 E. Rosewood Way...................EMS call................................4/3/18.......................16:41 Pine Ct......................................EMS call................................4/3/18.......................19:02 N. White Point Rd....................EMS call................................4/4/18.......................10:34 N. White Point Rd....................EMS call................................4/4/18.......................12:36 E. Hwy. 20................................EMS call................................4/5/18.......................04:42 Rhodes Cv................................Dispatched & cancelled........4/5/18.......................14:46 Martinique Cv...........................EMS call................................4/5/18.......................20:59 Lancaster Dr.............................EMS call................................4/6/18.......................12:14 N. White Point Rd....................Medical assist........................4/7/18.......................05:00 Rita Lane..................................Dispatched & cancelled........4/7/18.......................07:36 N. White Point Rd....................EMS call................................4/7/18.......................10:46 N. White Point Rd....................Medical assist........................4/7/18.......................14:19 Hampton Cir.............................EMS call................................4/7/18.......................16:43 Osprey Cv.................................Smoke detector activation....4/7/18.......................17:27 Southlake Ct.............................EMS call................................4/7/18.......................17:18 Blue Pine Ln.............................Smoke detector activation....4/7/18.......................20:02 N. White Point Rd....................EMS call................................4/8/18.......................00:26 S. Dominica Cir........................Dispatched & cancelled........4/8/18.......................17:26 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. Lighthouse Therapy of Niceville, LLCA Helping Light in the Storms of Life Cozette (Cozy) Drake, LCSWLicensed Clinical Social WorkerServing Uninsured and Insured AdultsAFFORDABLE MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELINGCall 850-396-2795or Visit my Website at LighthouseTherapyofNiceville.com1821 John Sims Parkway, Niceville, FL 32578SPECIALIZING IN: Trauma, PTSD, Abuse, Anxiety, Depression, Guilt/Shame/Insecurity, Anger, Difficulty Regulating Emotions, Grief, and Relationship Issues. <$25,000 = $10/session $25,000-$35,000 = $25 $35,000-$45,000 = $35 $45,000-$55,000 = $45 >$55,000 = $55/session Sliding Scale Fees based on Annual Household Income Carriage Hills Realty, Inc.Your Hometown REALTOR For 35 YearsLet us help you with your Real Estate needs. We have 14 premier agents with the knowledge and expertise you deserve!www.CarriageHills.com(850) 678-5178 (800) 874-8929 REALTOR@CarriageHills.com 1821 John Sims Parkway, Niceville, FL 32578 AT YOUR SERVICETHE BAY BEACONS HOME REPAIRVinyl Siding Screen Rooms Crown Moulding Replace Rotten Wood & Screens Door InstallationLic# RX0066839 585-9511 Advertise your business in this size space for only $22.50 per week.(Minimum 8 weeks.)CALL US at678-1080 or email info@baybeacon.comAd design & layout no extra charge. ADVERTISE HERE! KENNYWILSONPAINTING46 Yrs. Experience Quality Work & Clean Up A StandardLicensed & Insured Free Estimates368-2710 PAINTING TREE SERVICE Actually Licensed & Insured678-9339Dont be fooled by False Ads... Demand Proof of Comp & Liability! BayouTreeService PRESSURE WASHING(850) 699-7866Houses Drive-ways Fencing Dock RVs DecksNo Job Too SmallLicensed & InsuredE&D Pressure Washingq 4 q 4 q 4 q 4 q 4 q 4 PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANINGWhere quality makes the grade! Interior & Exterior Textured Ceilings Pressure Washing Licensed & Insured A+ ProfessionalAPlusProfessionalPaintingInc.comCall today for a FREE ESTIMATE! Locally owned & operatedANGIE'S LIST Service Provider of the Year 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016Painting(850)225-0981 LAWN CARELandscape MaintenanceLandscape Renovation and Design850-499-9636Locally Owned and Operated FREE ESTIMATES Call UsToday! www.mymowamerica.com ADVERTISE HERE! AT YOUR SERVICEadvertising makes sense!Advertise this size space for only $41.70 per week, advertising in At Your Service is easy AND affordable! Call us at 678-1080, email info@baybeacon.com or stop by the office at 1181 E. John Sims Pkwy., Niceville, FL 32578 to take advantage of this incredible bargain! Advertise your business in this size space for only $22.50 per week.(Minimum 8 weeks.)CALL US at678-1080 or email info@baybeacon.comAd design & layout no extra charge. ADVERTISE HERE! Crestview 689-7301 Niceville 833-4203 Ft. Walton Beach 833-3555Bus Drivers Needed!Benefits & Good Pay Okaloosa County School District Page A-4 Wednesday, April 11, 2018 THEBAYBEACONBeacon Staff Niceville High School was evacuated and students moved to the adjacent football stadium April 4 after the school received an anonymous threat of toxic chemicals inside the school. Investigators later found no chemicals. The threat, believed to have originated in another country, came in around 1:30 p.m., according to the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. The Niceville and North Bay fire departments checked air quality in buildings across the campus, detecting nothing unusual, the sheriffs office said. Anyone with information was asked to call the sheriffs office at 850-651-7400 or by contacting EmeraldCoastCrimeStoppers. com. Firefighters check Niceville High School for toxic chemicals following a threat April 4.Okaloosa County Sheriff s OfficeThreat empties NHS 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 drivers 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) All/Power gas generator. 3300 watts, 4000 surge watts. New, never used. Includes mobility kit. New: $339.00. Asking $200.00. Call 850218-4666. Tote-Along 4-wheel, 42 ga. portable rv holding tank. New $235.00 Sell $125.00. Call 850-218-4666. House cleaning services in Crestview and Niceville areas. Background check and references. Call Cathy at 850-830-5377. Help Wanted Items for Sale Services CLASSIFIEDS Beacon Where Buyers and Sellers Meet! Services Services Services Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted Advertise inAT YOUR SERVICE LET THE COMMUNITY KNOW YOUR BUSINESSThe Bay Beacon (850) 678-1080 The more you tell, the more you sell! Call the Beacon at 678-1080 to place your ad today!

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BEACONSPORTS BEACONSPORTSPage A-6 Wednesday, April 11, 2018 In its first competitive season, Zero Gravity Athletics is making its mark. This past weekend ZGA Sent 6 teams to compete at the WSA Grand Nationals in New Orleans, LA. Luna received 2nd place, Halo 1st place Grand Champion, Galaxy 1st place Grand Champion, Armageddon 1st place Grand Champion, SuperNova 3rd place, Nova 2nd place. Nova also received an At Large Bid for the elite Cheerleading Worlds to be held in Orlando.Zero Gravity Athletics Local soccer players head to Spain After a week-long selection process, these Niceville boys were invited to attend the 2018 Malaga CF Academy Elite Camp in Malaga, Spain. They will train at the professional team headquarters for a week starting March 30. All of the boys play for travel soccer club RADFC (Real Athletic Development Football Club) in Destin. From left to right: Andrew Morey, 15, Niceville High School, Right Wing; Malloy Hansen, 9, Bluewater Elementary, Attacking Midfielder; Brandon Braeuninger, 9, Bluewater Elementary, Right Wing; Nathan Braeuninger, 9, Bluewater Elementary, Holding Midfielder. NicevillePACK & SHIP PAINT NIGHT! Palm Plaza Shopping Center 1049 John Sims Pkwy. E., Ste. 2, Niceville Arrive 15 minutes early. Must RSVP. Space is limited.May 4th at 6:30 p.m.$35 per person at Call 850 279 3162 to RSVP Niceville High School softball got another win last Thursday as they took on Male High School (Louisville, KY). Behind a great defensive effort, pitcher Mikhala Hampton struck out four and allowed three hits. On Friday, the Eagles will be back in action at home as take on the Tate Aggies (JV 4:30/Varsity 6:30). Home run. Number 12 Carley Kidder is greeted at home plate by her teammates after she hit her first home run of the season. Inset: The Niceville High School Air Force JROTC presented the colors before the game.Beacon photos by Paula MimsNiceville shuts out Male The Ruckel Rams boys and girls swim teams both improved to 3-0 on the season with wins over Pryor last Saturday at the Lefebvre Aquatic Center in Fort Walton Beach. The girls defeated Pryor 167-12, and the boys defeated Pryor 158-44. Next, Ruckel will take on Liza Jackson at the Destin YMCA on Saturday at 1:45. A large crowd was on hand to cheer the Rams onto victory. Sofia Salicky finished the 50-yard breast stroke with a time of 49.53. Easton Hill finished second in the 200 free with a time of 2:18:38. Beacon photos by Paula MimsRams swim to victory Pensacola Catholic defeated Rocky Bayou Christian School's tennis team last Tuesday, April 3, at Bluewater Bay. The doubles and girls teams came up winless but David and Jacob Fortenberry each came up with a win for the boy's team. Rocky Bayou will host the class 1A District 1 district tournament at Bluewater Bay on April 18 beginning at 9 a.m. David Fortenberry won his match against Gramm Talbart by a score of 8-6. Number one seed Jacqueline Beauchamp serves during her match. Beacon photos by Paula MimsRocky Bayou falls to Pensacola Catholic In the only home meet of the season, the Ruckel Middle School boys and girls track teams came away with victories last Wednesday at Niceville High School. The scores for the boys teams were: Ruckel 51 points, Shoal River 31 points, Meigs 30 points. On the girls side, the scores were: Ruckel 73 points, Meigs 23 points, and Shoal River 17 points. The Ruckel girls track team dominated the competition. Ruckel runner Glen Bruce fights to overtake a runner from Shoal River. Ruckel runner Hailey Holtery. Beacon photos by Paula MimsRuckel track sweeps Meigs and Shoal River 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun RunMark your calendar and make plans to participate in the Heritage 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run Saturday, April 28, start time 8:00 a.m. at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida. Applications are available www.heritage-mueum.org or at the Museum, 115 Westview Ave., Valparaiso. Register by April 14 for discounted fees. Sponsorships and vendor spaces are still available. Call 850-678-2615 or visit www.heritagemuseum.org.

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Brechtel-GrubaughMr. and Mrs. Donald L. Brechtel Jr. of Niceville, Florida, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Aja C. Brechtel, to Kameron E. Grubaugh son of Marc and Cindy Grubaugh of Convoy, Ohio. Aja graduated from Niceville High School in 2014. Aja and Kameron both attend the United States Military Academy at West Point and will both graduate in May of 2018 as Second Lieutenants in the United States Army. They will be stationed at Fort Drum, N.Y. A November wedding is planned. Faye Nieft Paris received the Kiwanis Ralph Davis Fellows Award at the recent Installation of the new Kiwanis Club of Rocky Bayou. She is one of only two people to receive this serialized medallion in the NicevilleValparaiso area. This award is given to an elite group of super dedicated Kiwanians who have donated time and money to the Florida Kiwanis Foundation. The mission and focus of this not-for-profit Foundation is to expend collected funds to enhance the lives of young children, usually for playgrounds, equipment, and other permanent facilities that will benefit the children and the community. The Ralph Davis Fellow award is the highest honor the Foundation may bestow to deserving Kiwanian. * Florida Governor Rick Scott awarded Northwest Florida State College States Executive Officer for Government Relations and Strategy Jack Capra a Veterans Service Medal at a press conference on recently. The press conference was held to highlight funding for military veterans in the 2018-2019 budget year and to honor the veterans receiving Veteran Service Medals. As Executive Officer for Government Relations and Strategy, Capra serves the college as the executive lead for local, state, and federal government affairs; legislative affairs; policy and external funding advocacy; official liaison to the military and veterans community; oversight and planning for all components of campus safety and security; reviewing attorney on contracts/MOUs, and other legal subjects. * Katrina Puri has joined the Emerald Coast Childrens Advocacy Centers (ECCAC) board of directors. She is an administrator for her husband, Dr. Kapil Puris urology practice, and is active in raising money, toys and awareness for ECCAC throughout the community. Puri is a native of New Orleans with a B.A. in Business Management from Southeastern Louisiana University. Soon after, she began her career in medical administration at Tulane University Hospital and Clinic in New Orleans. Puri was a weekly volunteer for Children In Crisis (CIC) from 2011 to 2015. She was recognized by the CIC as an exceptional volunteer and awarded the Golden Deeds Award by the Emerald Coast National Exchange Club for her efforts there. She was also nominated by the CIC and recognized by The United Way as Volunteer of the Month. In addition, Katrina and Kapil began fostering children five years ago and still continue to do so. She also served as a Guardian Ad Litem during part of this time, last year, she brought her foster child to ECCAC for services. * Steven Anderson of Niceville has been named to the Provost's List at Troy University for Term 3 of the 2017/2018 academic year. The Provost's List honors fulltime undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and who have a grade point average of at least 3.65. * Kaitlin Davis daughter of Jeff Davis and Kim Yon-Davis of Niceville, graduated Magna Cum Laude recently from Life University Chiropractic School in Marietta, Georgia, with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Davis is a 2009 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Niceville High School. She graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2013 from the University of Florida with Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology, and Micro Biology and Cell Science. She entered the Life University School of Chiropractic Medicine program in June of 2014. She was the recipient of the Supplemental Instruction Leader and Tutor Award for her class. Dr. Davis intends to practice in San Diego. * Florida Atlantic University freshman Patrick Poate edged a course record with his 65 at Osprey Point in the final round of the FAU Spring Championship as the FAU men's golf team placed tenth overall. Poate, playing as an individual, tallied a 71-76-65 212 to tie for 10th out of the 114 participants. His third round score would have tied the course record, had it not been broken by UConn's Jimmy Hervol. Poate was second in the field with 17 birdies on the weekend and recorded an eagle. * After weeks of rigorous training and tryouts, The Citadel Class of 2019 Summerall Guards were introduced on. 61 rising-senior cadets held their first performance after a rifle exchange ceremony with the 2018 guards. Michael Sementilli of Niceville, was among the cadets selected to the Class of 2019 Summerall Guards. * William Carey University has announced the Presidents and Deans List Scholars for the Winter Trimester. Presidents List Scholars have a perfect 4.0 grade point average and Deans List Scholars must have at least a 3.5 grade point average. Niceville area students earning recognition are: President's List: Abigail Joyleen Alldredge. Dean's List: Hannah Victoria Gasaway. * Steven Walker of Niceville, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Walker is pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering at Florida State University. Beacon ExpressOUR TOWNWednesday, April 11, 2018 Page A-7 Is PAYING for Hearing AidsNICEVILLE HEARING CENTER1001 College Blvd., W., Bldg. 2 (850) 678-3277www.NicevilleHearingCenter.comDESTIN HEARING CENTER4012 Commons Dr. W. (850) 830-0376www.NicevilleHearingCenter.comFORT WALTON BEACH HEARING CENTER36 Eglin Pkwy. N.E. (504) 442-6652www.NicevilleHearingCenter.comWe are an INDEPENDENT HEARING HEAL THCARE PROVIDERthat has been taking care of the hearing challenges of our patients since 1978. Whos NewsE-mail items to info@baybeacon.com Whos News Faye Nieft Paris Jack Capra Katrina Puri Kaitlin Davis Patrick Poate EngagementsE-mail items to info@baybeacon.com Engagements Aja C. Brechtel and Kameron E. Grubaugh The Teddy Bears will be given to Young Children for comfort. Pictured (L to R): Mid-Bay Rotary President Steve Gardner, Dan Cobbs, Bridgeway Center CEO; and Archie Jernigan, Bridgeway Center Board of Trustees.Mid-Bay Rotary donates dollars for teddy bears

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Story Time Do you know a pre-school child that loves books? The Valparaiso Community Library has a story time just for them on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 10. Parents and caregivers are allowed to stay with the children as they explore music, dance, puppet shows and other activities that enhance the imagination of young children. For additional information call the library at 729-5406 or visit us on Facebook. Learn about landscaping Sheila Dunning, Commercial Horticulture Agent with the University of Florida Extension Service in Okaloosa County, will inform you about how the process of landscaping is simplified when you follow some planning steps. Come learn what the steps are and how to apply them. The need for pesticides, fertilizer, and extra irrigation is reduced when the right native plant is installed in the right place. Enjoy learning about some native plant choices and where to use them in the landscape. Join us for this informative program at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11, at Trinity Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 44 Southview Avenue, Valparaiso. Visitors and new members are welcome. Vertical gardening Back to Basics is offering a free class on Vertical Gardening: how to grow more in your garden beautifully. The class will be held on Thursday, April 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints 1100 South Palm Boulevard, Niceville. Laura Sells, an Instructor at the Biophilia Center, will be teaching the class. Laura is a Master Gardener whose background is in ornamental horticulture. She has a special interest in native plants and composting. At the Biophilia Center, Laura continues to learn and teach about the biodiversity of our area. BWB Garden Club The Bluewater Bay Garden Club will have their next meeting on Thursday, April 12 at 9:30 a.m. at the Bluewater Clubhouse on Bluewater Boulevard. The guest speaker will be Julia Vanover, Certified Social Work, who will give a program on The Importance of Creativity for Smart People. Guests are invited for the program and to stay for lunch. For further information, call Donna Lassiter at 850-897-4778 or 850-543-6597. Senior citizens club The Twin Cities senior citizens club at 268 Glenview Ave. in Valparaiso will meet April 12 at 1 p.m. An entre is provided, but please bring a covered vegetable dish, salad, or dessert to share. Come meet new friends and enjoy bingo and fun. For information, call 850-543-0869. Estuary Festival The 11th Annual Family Estuary Festival, a family and community event for all ages, will be held Saturday, April 14 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park, located at 4281 Highway 20 East in Niceville. The park entrance fees do apply but the festival is free which offers fun activities, hand-on displays and environmental awareness. The event is hosted by the Mattie M. Kelly Cultural & Environmental Institute at Northwest Florida State College, with support from the Friends of the Emerald Coast State Parks. Families are encouraged to pack a picnic lunch and come learn about the local waters of our estuary and the people living and working there. For more information on the festival, contact the Mattie M. Kelly Cultural & Environmental Institute at 850-7296469. Genetic Genealogy Society The Northwest Florida Genetic Genealogy Society will hold its first organizational meeting on April, 14, 4 -5:30 p.m. at the Niceville Family History Center, located at 1100 South Palm Boulevard. Attendees will discuss future meetings and an educational program to study and learn about DNA and how to use it in doing personal genealogy. Contact Marc Strickland if you have questions or if you would like a copy of the agenda marcstrickland5@gmail.com or 850855-0319. NWF Reads Author of a celebrated memoir Jeannette Walls will take center stage at the main event for Northwest Florida State College's NWF Reads, the college's annual week-long literacy event, on April 16, at 7 p.m. in the Sprint Theatre. The event is free and open to the public. A book signing will follow. Knights of Columbus scholarships The Knights of Columbus Council #13527 will award several Council and Koechel Family Scholarships ranging from $250 to $1000 to spring 2018 graduating seniors attending high schools in Niceville. While two of the scholarships are reserved for Catholic students, the remainders are open to students of any faith. The scholarships are based on student academic achievement, overall citizenship, church/community activities and future academic potential. Applicants must include a high school transcript including class rank, weighted and unweighted GPA, and typed narratives detailing school, church and community activities, work experience and educational objectives. Applications are available at the parish office at Christ Our Redeemer Catholic Church and at the guidance office at Niceville High School. Completed applications must be mailed to Kevin Knebl, KofC 13527 Scholarship Chairman, 14 Norwich Circle, Niceville no later than Saturday, April 14. For further information, contact Kevin Knebl at 850-897-3675 (voice only) or email kknebl@cox.net. Science kids What happens when you combine Red Bull and Milk? This month the Valparaiso Community Librarys Science Kids will find out. This fun and informative program will meet on Monday, April 16 at 4 p.m. Science Kids is for children ages five to twelve and their caregivers. For additional information, and to register your child for this program, call the library at 729-5406 or visit us on Facebook. Stockstarters club The Niceville Stockstarters Investment club meets at 6:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at a local restaurant. Our next meeting will be April 17 at Ruby Tuesdays. Started in 1995, the membership of twelve pay a monthly fee of $40.00 that is used to buy stocks. With a portfolio of 22 stocks, members suggest a buy, hold or sell. Great information is shared among all members. For more information and/or joining our club, please call Stan Chandler at 850-5858237. 5-day crash course Marc Strickland is starting a class entitled: FamilySearch FamilyTree, a 5-day crash course from April 17 to 21 Times 8-9 p.m. Meet in the chapel at 1100 Palm Blvd. South. Call, text or email Marc Strickland: 850-855-0319 or for a course syllabus. The course is free and open to the publicYour smile says a lot to others about your personality and how you take care of yourself. Many times, it is the first thing that people notice about you. With your teeth being your first impression, what is the statement your teeth are making? Do you ever feel insecure or embarrassed about how your teeth look? Your teeth do play a significant role in your self esteem. Unfortunately, stained, broken, crowded, and discolored teeth may not give the impression you would like to portray. If this sounds like you, and you are unhappy with your smile, it might be time to consider getting a smile makeover. Fortunately, with today's modern cosmetic dentistry, you can have your smile restored to look young and healthy. What is a Smile Makeover? Nowadays, you hear of makeovers for hair, clothes, and even your house. A smile makeover is just what it sounds likethe goal is to improve every aspect of your mouth that you do not like and ultimately to have the smile that you love and are proud of. Since every person s wants and needs are different, each smile makeover is unique and the extent of the changes may vary. What are some common Smile Makeover procedures? Common procedures include: teeth whitening, Invisalign, porcelain veneers to straighten, whiten and hide imperfections, crowns to whiten and straighten teeth, and implants to restore missing teeth. Professional whitening methods in a dental office tend to be stronger and longer lasting than at home remedies. Dental office treatments are also more effective at whitening deep stains inside teeth. When it comes to crooked teeth, Invisalign is the best solution for adults. It is sometimes combined with crowns or veneers because it does not fix tooth shape problems. It will only straighten and align. Since metal brackets are not involved, adults love these clear aligners. When your teeth are chipped, stained or misaligned, veneers are a great option. As a thin porcelain facing for your tooth, you keep your teeth just cover the front with a new look. Veneers can also be incorporated into smile makeover treatment plans. Crowns are usually the ultimate accessory in a smile makeover. Over time, your smile is aging as your teeth are discoloring and wearing down. With everyday use, we see aging happen; however, crowns can make your teeth look young again. To rejuvenate your smile, Dr. Broutin can help give you advice and recommendations for a crown smile makeover. Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth when other teeth look great around the area. They provide for better chewing and esthetics when a tooth is missing. Dr. Broutin provides the option of IV sedation to put you to sleep for procedure, making the experience calm and comfortable. What can you expect with Dr. Broutin? The initial step is selecting an experienced, educated and quality oriented cosmetic dentist who performs these procedures regularly. Dr. Broutin is board certified in both California and Florida, and is a sustaining member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has taken numerous cosmetic courses in California, is a Las Vegas Institute of Cosmetic Dental Studies graduate, and has attained his Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry. Furthermore, he is a Misch fellow in Implantology and a Diplomate in the International College of Oral Implantologists. Make an appointment to discuss your teeth and find out what Dr. Broutin recommends for improvements. The shape, color, size, crowding of your teeth, and gum issues may be discussed and photographed at this appointment. Through this procedure we take cosmetic dentistry one step above, said Dr. Broutin. Once planned out we can do upper and lower teeth all in one day and you leave with brand new beautiful teeth. This can be combined with sedation so you wake up with new teeth. Dr. Broutin is accepting new patients. Appointments for evaluations are available on weekdays and can be made by calling 850-897-4488. Since 1992, the voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso. ALL AROUND THE TOWN Call 850-897-4488 today to make your evaluation appointment for a Smile Makeover by Dr. Brotin, and you will be on your way to a beautiful smile.Smile makeovers at SmileologyImproving Self Confidence Olivier Broutin DMD, MAGD, DICOI BEFORE AFTERAdvertising Feature & GENERAL REPAIRBrakes Water PumpsTiming Belts Struts/Shocks Expert, Certified Techs Detailed Estimates(850)729-6629 Quality Parts Friendly Service Hair Styling Hi/Low Lites Shades Hair Color Perms Pravana Perfection Smooth Out 101 John Sims Pkwy. 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