Phone: 850-682-6524 Website: crestviewbulletin.com Fax: 850-682-2246 F L O R I D A P R E S S A S S O C I A T I O N 1998 A ward W inning Newspaper Florida Pr ess Association Better W eekly Newspaper Contest TABLE OF CONTENTS 50 www.crestviewbulletin.com WEATHER For the latest breaking news, visit CRESTVIEWBULLETIN.COM INSIDE September, SATURDAY 24 2011 Poet laureate A4 Brighten your home A6 Aiming for titles A8 OBITUAR Y ............................ A2 FAITH ................................... A4 LOCAL .................................. A5 REAL EST A TE ......................... A6 CLASSIFIEDS ......................... A7 SPORTS ................................ A8 36th Year Number 77 8 Pages 1 Section Join the Crestview Chatter Your online community. forums.crestviewbulletin.com Join us on Follow us! twitter.com/CrestviewNB Friend us by visiting www.facebook.com/crestviewbulletin By Paula Kelley email@example.com Last week Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ash ley opened a substation in Baker. It is the second substa tion Ashley has opened in north Okaloosa County in recent months. In June he opened a substation ofce at Laurel Hill City Hall. Our goals are to keep deputies in their patrol zones, to cut response times, and to make law en forcement more visible to deter criminal or mischie vous behavior, Ashley said on a visit to the new Baker substation, which is locat ed at 5808 State Road 189, across from Health Smart Pharmacy and just behind the Baker Block Museum. The Baker substation is not manned for daily walkin trafc, however, it pro vides an essential working ofce for deputies in the north end of the county and allows them to remain in their zones as they trans mit reports electronically, Ashley said. Ashley said future plans are to install a microwave relay on nearby towers to speed up the electronic submissions, even more than the DSL line in the Baker ofce. We want to have re sponse time in the north end of the county to under eight minutes from any zone, he said. We will evaluate response times after three to six months of having the Laurel Hill and Baker substations open. Deterrence of crime is another goal with the sub stations. People passing by do not know where our elec tronic surveillance is in stalled at our locations and that visibility automatically deters criminal mischief, he said. I have always felt safe in Baker, said Blooms Over Baker owner Leah Harlan. But after our break-in in mid May, I wasnt the only person watching suspicious street trafc at night. I have noticed a de crease in foot trafc after dark because you never know when a deputy is By Michael Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org A program that recovered more than $1.4 million last year for Flor ida seniors victimized by fraud, now has its rst ofce in Okaloosa County. Seniors vs. Crime, a project of the Florida Attorney Generals Of ce, opened its 41st ofce in the state in Crestview on Tuesday. The project, which began as a pilot program in Delray Beach in 2001, is manned by senior sleuths, senior citizens who volunteer their time to investigate complaints from elderly consumers, advocate on their behalf and even work un dercover with law enforcement to catch criminals in the act. There is no cost to seniors who seek the agencys help. Unethical businesses and in dividuals may believe that their senior target is helpless, when, in fact, the target may be working for the Attorney General or local law enforcement in an undercover role, Attorney General Pam Bondi wrote in a statement on the agencys web site. Few volunteer opportunities permit this level of involve ment for seniors in their own protec tion. Seniors vs. Crime Executive Director Don Ravenna, who was on hand for the opening of the Crestview ofce, said the agency handled about 3,000 complaints statewide last year, clearing about 70 percent of work able cases involv ing legitimate com plaints. One of the big gest things we handle are contrac tor disputes, every thing from roong to driveway sealing to other home re pairs, Ravenna said. Seniors who feel they have been Seniors vs. Crime opens Okaloosa ofce Attorney General program uses senior sleuths to combat crime Sheriffs substation opens in Baker See CRIME A3 See SUBSTATION A3 back to Giving By Paula Kelley email@example.com On an average day there is a lot of whining around Jerri Jones desk. Its not the many customers she deals with or the custom installers who she coordinates with for her job at A Team Kitchen and Bath on John King Road in Crestview. The whin ing may come from Dinky, a six-week old pup py; or Faline, a three-week old fawn; or Ri ley, a ve-month old raccoon. Usually one of them needs her attention. Jones owns Nanny Servic es and is a caregiver to young wildlife or livestock brought to her. I have been like this all my life, she said. My father cleaned out orange groves in South Florida and brought home any babies that he found. Foxes were the usual and we would nurse them un til they could hold their own in nature. Although she does admit her mother was never crazy about the short-term adoptions, she has followed her fathers interests. This is my newest arriv al, she says with a smile as she watches the progress of Faline on the ofces smooth ooring. As she ventured onto the vinyl, the deer resembles the childrens cartoon movie character Bambi attempt ing to walk on ice. The fawn is named after Bambis girl friend in the movie. Her tiny hooves are carefully placed on the ooring as she clicks by Jones with her gentle, easy steps. Faline came to Jeri as a rescue when her moth er abandoned her near a High 89 Low 58 Mostly Sunny Sunrise 6:35 a.m. Sunset 6:40 p.m. SCHOOL BUS WRECK A5 Jerri Jones loves a raccoon named Riley, who is easily distracted by shiny objects. PAU L A K E LL EY | News Bulletin See NATURE A3 Mother Nature
Local A2 | Crestview News Bulletin Saturday, September 24, 2011 To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524. N EWS I NFORMATION I NTERIM P UBLISHER E DITOR O FFICE S TAFF . . . RECEPTIONIST . . CIRCULATION ASSISTANT A DVERTISING I NFORMATION AD CONSULTANT AD CONSULTANT MEDIA CONSULTANT E DITORIAL REPORTER ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR REPORTER SPORTS EDITOR TYPESETTING P RODUCTION PRODUCTION C IRCULATION I NFORMATION 682-6524 In County 13 weeks ...........................$9.45 26 weeks .........................$17.85 52 weeks .........................$32.76 Out of County 13 weeks .........................$14.70 26 weeks .........................$23.10 52 weeks .........................$38.01 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sometimes we think the north county state of the arts is pretty dismal. A parent pointed out to me that, upon the start of this school year, of the open positions available at Crestview High School, nine were for athletic coaches and one was for an academic teacher. Despite the resources available to hire all those coaches, there was no money, apparently, to replace the drama teacher for the more than 140 students who last year took the several classes offered in theater arts. And none of the four visual and performing arts teachers who do remain have salaries approaching the $90,000 enjoyed by the football coach. The numbers could be interpreted as a sad commentary on the value we as a community place on the cultural development of our students, and certainly dont reect our kids demand for quality arts education. But in a diverse community like ours, there should be room and resources for both our artists and our athletes. Two-hundred and fty band members, 125 chorus students, 140 drama students when they had a drama program to study under and two full-time visual arts faculty teaching more than 10 classes a day at Crestview High alone are pretty impressive numbers. More kids want to sing in the chorus, for example, than play football. But despite the seemingly gloomy ofcial support for school arts, the rising swell of support for the north countys cultural maturity continues, indicating theres a need to make room at the table for the arts as evidenced by: A citizen initiative secured a beautiful grand piano for Warriors Hall, expanding the facilitys musical opportunities. The all-volunteer north county committee of the Okaloosa Arts Alliance (OAA) will produce ve arts festivals this year alone, drawing students, professional and amateur artists and art lovers from throughout the region. Downtown Crestview was lled with hundreds of people enjoying the second summer of three successive, successful Music and Arts on Main Street festivals. Trained volunteer art teachers offer visual art instruction to our students. Music programs are expanding in our elementary schools, generating excitement among young musicians as they prepare for middle school and later, high school band programs. The Crestview Public Library continues to enlarge its role as the north countys de facto community arts center, with new Music in the Library concerts, providing a home for the arts alliances north county committee, hosting student art shows, and tackling a backlog of demand to exhibit on its walls and lobby display cases. For the rst time in several years, sufcient State of the Arts specialty license tags were sold in the county to allow the OAA to again offer grants to arts organizations to expand our cultural life. Interest in forming a community theater troupe is again on the rise after several recent false starts. Theres plenty of room in our community for both the arts and sports, and surprisingly, its not at all unusual for the twain to meet. I cite Ryan Vance, a CHS senior who not only is a budding Bulldog football star, but one of the most talented, gifted young actors Ive ever encountered. Allocating a community and its schools limited money should never deteriorate to a battle between athletes and artists. But funds and resources should be divided equitably between the two. If volunteers can teach elementary school art, why cant volunteers free up some more resources and coach sports? Among Crestview Highs job openings should be at least a drama teacher in addition to that plethora of coaches. Just ask Ryan. See the special Community Arts insert in todays Crestview News Bulletin. From staff reports ELDER INFORMATION FAIR: Saturday, Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Crestview Public Library with free blood sugar, blood pressure, and Velscope oral cancer screenings. The library is located at 1445 Commerce Drive (behind the post ofce). For more information call Gwen Rhodes, Aging Resource Center, at 1866-531-8011. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING: Sept. 26 at 4 p.m. at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, East James Lee Blvd., Crestview. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: Our Lady of Victory Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary is having their annual Christmas bazaar Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Knights of Columbus Hall on U.S. Highway 90 in Crestview. There will be a bake sale, rafe for a weekend at the Imperial Palace in Biloxi, and many other items. Come do your Christmas shopping. Tables for interested craftsmen, artisans, and other vendors are available for $25. For details, call Sally at 689-1631 after 6:30 p.m. USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY: is Saturday, Sept. 24, from 9 a.m. until the monthly food allowance has been distributed. It will be held at the Raymond Williams Missions Center, 404 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview. For more information contact Jimmy Smith at 398-6760 or 689-2988. New Beginnings Church is an equal opportunity provider. RELAY KICKOFF: A 6 p.m. kickoff party/meeting for the 2012 Crestview Relay for Life will be held Oct. 10 at Ms. Bs Barbecue in Crestview. Existing teams and new teams are invited to attend and bring their $100 registration fee with them to sign up. For more information call Krystal Jackson at 4204805. BULOVA PRIZE: The Laurel Hill Hobo Festival Committee is holding a drawing at the Oct. 8 Hobo Festival ($1 per ticket) for a Bulova Caravelle ladies bracelet watch. You need not be present to win. Tickets can be purchased at Farm World, Laurel Hill Grill, and Laurel Hill City Hall, or by contacting members of the committee. BOOK SALE: The Friends of the Crestview Library will hold the fall book sale at the library Oct. 7-9. Friday hours are 5 to 8 p.m. for a preview sale, and nonmembers are charged a $2 entry fee. Friends of members are admitted free of charge. There is no admission fees Saturday and Sunday. Hours are 9 to 4 p.m. SUPERNANNY: The producers of Lifetimes parenting series, American Supernanny, are currently casting for families, and will be in Florida and Georgia in a few weeks. If you are interested in the show or know someone who might be, call 323-904-4680, ext. 1177 or email gfattorini@ shedmediaus.com. The casting team will follow up and schedule an inhome interview. Open Tuesdays Through Sundays Lunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (850) 423-5600 2505 S. 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Local Crestview News Bulletin | A3 Saturday, September 24, 2011 roadway. Daily, she makes the trip into the ofce with Jones and drinks from a bottle lled with warmed goats milk. She spends her days on wobbly legs with Jones and at night goes to Jones 11-acre ani mal haven in Bratt. Jones has a Possession and Trapper license, and is working on her Wildlife Res cue permit. She volunteers to give sick, injured, abused, or orphaned animals a second chance. Once they recover, the animals are released back in the wild, returned to their owners or are adopted out. I have had more baby goats and calves than I can count, Jones said. Some times their mother rejects them at birth, others die giv ing birth to the livestock. I keep them until they can be returned to their owner and take care of themselves at the farms. Although she does not charge for her services, Jones does accept dona tions. Some rehabilitators establish nonprot organi zations to provide tax relief for their rehabilitation-re lated expenses and dona tions. Jones said that the non-prot paperwork pro cess is lengthy and that the owner of the animal usually just gives her the money for the formula. Time and attention are not always something that an animals owner has for these babies, she said. I get them older and healthier and return them. Sometimes people will nd a sick or injured animal or one that has been separat ed from its mother. When I get them, I look them over for injuries or abnormali ties and do any basic rstaid that I can, Jones said. I have a great veterinarian who is happy to help when I need it and I am working on my vet assistant certicate. Then it becomes provid ing them with a nutritious diet, and safe and supportive captive surroundings. And while some people might believe that Mother Nature should take her course with wild animals without human intervention, Jones has a caring heart and has built a reputation as a nurturing professional. Ive had puppies, like this one, she points to the puppy that is whining in her leather ofce chair for her attention. His mother ate all of her litter but him and he is already adopted by a good home who is just wait ing for him to be old enough to join them. Ive had squirrels, goats, calves, deer, raccoons, and several exotics, including a coatimundi that needed a new home. I am happy to help anyone with anything come to think of it, I have never had a monkey. Jones can be reached at 420-4416 or jerri.nannyser firstname.lastname@example.org. $ 29 00 Must present coupon. Expires 12/31/11 Cart Included WHY PLAY ANYWHERE ELSE? 4927 Antioch Rd., Crestview 6822012 www.foxwoodcc.com GOOD ANYTIME MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 2039591 Admission = FREE Parking = FREE. 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The convenience of deputies not leaving their zones and residents not trav eling far from their homes is an advantage. We are only going to be in this ofce for one year, he said. When the Okaloosa County Teachers Credit Union moves into their new location, we will contract with the county for their Baker ofce and save the money from this ofce. Ashley also gave a time line for occupation of former Florida Highway Patrol ofce on the cor ner of State Road 85 and U.S. Highway 90. The state owns the ofce and they have just assigned the property to us, Ashley said. We sill start minor re modeling before the end of September. The old FHP ofce will be the public ofce in Crestview, with operations activities remaining at our current Brackin Street loca tion. The front desk should be operational by Thanksgv ing, with all the movements completed by the rst of the year. Ashley also announced his efforts to nd another lo cation for a substation in the Blackmon area. Deputies patrol more than 450 square miles north of Shoal River bridge on S.R. 85. victimized can drop in the ofce or call and volun teers will investigate. If a crime has been commit ted, the matter is turned over to the proper law en forcement agency. Its a great program, Crestview Police Chief Brian Mitchell said. They may be apprehensive to call us, but they will come and speak to one of these gentlemen or ladies with the volunteer program. Many times a phone call is all it takes to cor rect an issue. When the person who has committed fraud against a senior citizen learns that an agency partnering with the State Attorney Generals Of ce is investigating a complaint, they will often make things right, Raven na said. In addition to the $1.4 million recovered last year for seniors who were vic tims of scams, the agency also netted some $600,000 in realized gain in 2010, Ravenna said. A good example (of re alized gain) is when a con tractor comes in and you give him $10,000 to do a job and he walks out after $8,000 of it is done, Raven na said. We persuade him to come back and nish the job. The senior doesnt get $2,000 back but they get $2,000 of work back. So far 12 senior citizens have volunteered to man the Crestview ofce, which is located in the OSullivan Creel suites at 296 S. Ferdon Blvd. Initially, the ofce will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hours will be expanded later if there is a need, Crestview ofce manager J.B. Whitten said. Crestview community activist Malcolm Haynes was instrumental in get ting the ofce opened. He rst heard of the program during a presentation in Pensacola and convinced the Kiwanis Club and the Crestview Police Depart ment to partner to make it happen. OSullivan Creel CPAs Jimmy Lundy and Dan Bowers donated ofce space inside their suites. The Crestview Police De partment provided furniture and le cabinets, and Crestview Walmart Man ager Pat Riley donated an ofce computer. Seniors vs. Crime also has ofces in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze and at the Senior Center in Navarre. Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ashley and North District One Patrol Capt. Larry Ward stand in front of a new sheriffs substation in Baker. P hotos By PAULA KELLEY | News Bulletin Located across from the Health Smart Pharmacy, the new Baker substation for the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Ofce is operational. SENIORS VS. CRIME Where: 296 S. Ferdon Boulevard, in the OSullivan Creel suites Phone: (850) 306-3176 or (850) 306-3177. Toll free at 1-800 32033099 Website: www. seniorsvscrime.com P hotos by MI CH AEL ST E W AR T | News Bulletin Crestview Mayor David Cadle, left, was among those who attended the opening of the Seniors vs. Crime ofce on South Ferdon Boulevard Tuesday. Right: Seniors vs. Crime Executive Director Don Ravenna holds a press conference Tuesday outside the new ofce for the agency, which is a project of Seniors vs. Crime, a project of the Attorney Generals Ofce that helps seniors who have been scammed or defrauded.
Please turn in your church announcements to the News Bulletin by 5 p.m. Tuesday for the Saturday issue. REVIVAL : continues at Westside Assembly of God Sept. 28 as the Rev. T.V. Kolmetz welcomes guest preacher R.E. Dean of Dothan, Ala. The service starts at 6 p.m. at the church, located at 179 Kit Drive in Crestview. TRUE REDEMPTION CONCERT : Mens gospel group True Redemption will be in concert tonight (Sept. 24) at 6 p.m. at Peoples Missionary Baptist Church, 722 School Ave. in Crestview. Everyone is invited to attend. SHADY GROVE CONCERT, REVIVAL : James and Starla Dean, a southern gospel singing duo, will be at the Shady Grove Assembly of God Church Sunday, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. The husbandand-wife team have sung on top-charted songs and have appeared on Gospel Music Television and Gaither Gospel Group DVDs. The church will also have a revival featuring the Henry Johnson Family from Pensacola Sunday Oct. 2, through Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sunday night services are at 6 p.m. and weeknight services are at 7 p.m. The Rev. Carroll Senn of Shady Grove, located at 1189 Shady Grove Road in Baker, invites all to come and enjoy these events. FABULOUS FRIDAYS : Everyone is invited to Fabulous Fridays at Gene Clary Park, located on New Ebenezer Road in Laurel Hill. Each Friday in September, Pastor Duke Barrow is hosting a free cookout and gospel singing. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs and join them. Food will be served from 5:306:30 p.m., with singing starting at 7 p.m. Featured guests are: Sept. 23 Rick MaHarrey and Judah. The event will close Sept. 30 with a camp meeting service featuring special music, as well as a dynamic message by Pastor Barrow. If you are interested in helping with the event or if you have questions, please call 255-6910 or visit www. truegracefellowship.org. THE JOURNEY, a United Methodist Church community, has listed the following schedule of events: Oct. 9 and Nov. 13, 10 a.m. preview church service at Shoal River Middle School. Visit the groups Connection Center and future site of their coffee house, Journey Java Connections, at 269 N. Main St., Crestview. For details, contact Sean Peters at 420-8038 or Sean@journeyCrestview. com, or Sandra Peters at 420-6723 or Sandra@ journeyCrestview. com. Website: www. journeyCrestview.com. NAZARENE CHURCH ACTIVITIES : Crestview Nazarene Church invites area residents to the following events: A post-game rally for all Crestview High students will be held by area churches after each CHS home football game. Games, food, prizes and other activities will be held at the church, located at 395 Aplin Road in Crestview. Zumba classes are available every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the church. It costs $5 per person and is taught by a certied Zumba instructor. Childcare is provided with a donation. 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Like a perfect rose The life of Jesus Planted with love In human sod A sacred bloom From the garden of God. John McMahon is a poet laureate and director of the John McMahon Environmental Center, 132 Butler Ave., Crestview. Consider the Roses On Saturday morning, Oct. 1, all community minded citizens will gather to clean the Almarante cemetery. The cemetery commission encourages plot owners and friends of plot owners to participate in this project. Checking plots for needs can be done in a few hours with many willing workers. Grass mowing is done by a service, but from time to time extra cleanup is needed. Work begins at 8 a.m. and ends at noon. Mark your calendars for the famous Laurel Hill Hobo Festival, Saturday, Oct. 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Gene Clary Park in Laurel Hill. This is a familyoriented festival with arts, crafts and food vendors, live musical entertainment, a car show, and free activities for children. Bring your lawn chairs! My favorite part of the day is the live auction. Beautiful donated items to be auctioned are on display before the auction begins. Bring your lawn chair and get closeby so you can enjoy a fun, protable time. The Laurel Hill Hobo Festival Committee is holding a drawing at the festival. A ladies Bulova Caravelle bracelet watch is the prize. A ticket costs $1, and you are not required to be present to win. Tickets can be purchased at Farm World, Laurel Hill Grill and Laurel Hill City Hall, or by contacting members of the committee. There is still time for vendors to contact the Hobo Committee. Booth rentals are $25 with electrical hookup and $20 for nonelectric ones. Call Nita Miller 652-4441 or 5460725 for an application or more information. The Alzheimers Support group will meet at First Baptist Church in Laurel Hill with facilitator Carolyn Williams at 2 p.m. the third Thursday of each month. We have many ladies caring for their loved ones without any help in the home. Stress reigns in their lives each moment of the day and night. The awful diseases of dementia and Alzheimers slowly destroys the lives of those suffering and their families support is urgently needed. Please call Carolyn at 598-1057 if you need a sitter while you attend the group meeting. She can arrange for help without any charge to you. In order to care for our own, we have to take care of ourselves. Receive this support for your benet. The Hilltopper ladies gather at the Laurel Hill Grill at 11 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month. Bring a friend with you and enjoy a time of fellowship and good food. The Laurel Hill Grill offers a man-sized daily special and a menu of delicious food with reasonable prices. People gather there for more than food, since you will always nd a neighbor to visit with! Ring 652-3222. What a wondrous season we are entering. The leaves will soon be drifting down to earth, turning golden colors in the mountains and bringing cool weather after a very hot summer. Crisper weather calls for outdoor peanut boiling in a big black iron pot, roasting hotdogs and toasting marshmallows. Enjoy! So then everyone of us shall give account of himself to God. Romans 14:12 Laurel Hill Hobo Festival coming soon UP ON THE HILL UP ON THE HILL Estelle Rogers Faith BRIEFS
Local Crestview News Bulletin | A5 Saturday, September 24, 2011 ELIGIBILITY: U.S. Citizens living in the Florida Panhandle, 59 years and older, not presently under our care. Expires: September 30, 2011 2079294 By Michael Stewart michaels@crestviewbulletin. com Four people were transported by ambulance to North Okaloosa Medical Center with minor injuries Tuesday afternoon after a pickup truck rear-ended a school bus carrying 55 stu dents from Baker School. Parents of two addi tional students arrived on scene and drove their chil dren to the hospital to be checked out, a re ofcial on scene said. The accident happened shortly before 3 p.m. on Galliver Cutoff between Holt and Baker. The school bus was southbound on Galliver Cutoff and stopped south of Charlie Day Road to let students off when Holt resident Savannah Mat thews, 18, struck the rear of the bus with her 2010 Ford Ranger, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report. The bus was stopped when the driver of the truck rear-ended it, Bak er Fire District Deputy Fire Chief Brian Easter ling said at the scene. Matthews told troop ers she did not see the bus was stopped until it was too late and that when she tried to stop, the truck be gan sliding on the roadway that was wet from rain, the report states. Matthews suffered mi nor injuries, as did pas senger Damian Harrill, 26, of Crestview. Both were transported to North Okaloosa Medical Center for treatment, as was a 5-year-old child, who also suffered minor injuries. A 15-year-old student on the bus was also trans ported by ambulance to North Okaloosa Medical Center, according to the FHP report. The Okaloosa County School District sent an other bus to pick up the students. Blackman Fire Department assisted Baker remen, as did members of the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Ofce. The Florida Highway Patrol was also called to the scene. Trafc was backed up on Galliver Cutoff while the accident scene was cleared. The driver of the bus was not injured. Matthews was charged with careless driving. Truck rear-ends school bus in Holt; 6 injured By Tom McLaughlin Florida Freedom Newspapers The state attorneys ofce announced Wednesday that it will sift through Crestview City Council email records to determine whether mem bers have violated Floridas Sunshine law. Chief Assistant State At torney Greg Marcille said his ofces decision to inves tigate the councils actions came after a complaint was lodged and more than 5,000 email records were submit ted to his ofce. Based on the complaint, we will open an investiga tion to determine whether or not any violations have occurred, Marcille said. Marcille said he expects the investigation to be lengthy. Based on the large num ber of emails and other infor mation to be reviewed, this investigation will be very in-depth and will involve a substantial amount of time, he said. Cal Zethmayr, with WAAZ-FM and WJSB-AM radio in Crestview, led the complaint against the city council. Zethmayr said he present ed the state attorneys ofce with a disc containing 5,281 email messages obtained through a public records request led by the radio stations, Crestview-based WCVCTV.com and the North west Florida Daily News. The request was made after several emails were obtained by the media, which seemed to indicate some council members were discussing city issues out side properly noticed public meetings. Barbara Petersen, president of Floridas First Amendment Foundation, said some of the email com munications clearly violated the Sunshine law. State Rep. Matt Gaetz, an attorney with experience in public records litigation, reviewed some of the emails and agreed with Petersen. The request for council emails was delivered to Crestview City Hall Aug. 31. Council President Charles Baugh allowed his email records to be re leased Tuesday. Zethmayr said Baugh turned over 2,592 emails. Councilwoman Robyn Helt had turned over 972 emails and Councilmen Tim Grandberry, Phillip Berezo and Ben Iannucci released 927, 608 and 39 emails, respectively. Zethmayr said there had been 229 emails in Iannuccis City Council in box Sept. 1, the day after the public records request was presented to the city. State law requires that public records, including electronic public records, be maintained for at least 30 days after a public re cords request is made. State to investigate legality of Crestview council emails The next meeting of the Crestview City Council will be held Monday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. at City Hall on Wilson Street. The public is invited to attend. Agendas for the meeting are listed below. REGULAR AGENDA 1. Approval of consent agenda. 2. Public hearing: a. Ordinance No. 1470 An ordinance amending Section 54-3, Weapons, Discharge of, of Chapter 54, Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions of the Code of Ordinances of the city of Crestview, to provide for the removal of rearm from the list of prohibited items. Second reading. b. Ordinance No. 1471 An ordinance amending Section 547, Disorderly Conduct, of Chapter 54, Offenses and Miscellaneous Provision of the Code of Ordinances of the city of Crestview, to provide for the removal of pistol from the list of dangerous weapons. Second reading. c. Ordinance No. 1472 An ordinance amending Section 581, Use Regulations, of Chapter 58, Parks and Recreation of the Code of Ordinances of the city of Crestview, to provide for the removal of the prohibition of any form of rearm from public parks and recreational facilities in the city. Second reading. 3. New business. a. Request for reimbursement of expenses and related damages in the bid process for concessionaire services at Twin Hills Park Ashley Rogers, Attorney at Law, representing Dawn Sledge. b. Discuss water consumption at 1641 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview Larry Roberts. c. Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University permit fee waiver request Administrative Services Dept. d. Energy and Environmental Legislative Committee report Councilman Iannucci. e. Land Development Code Revision Proposal Councilmember Helt. f. Twin Hills Gym ceiling insulation Public Services. g. Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce 2012 community prole City Clerks Ofce. 4. Mayoral report. 5. Business from the oor. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Approval of the minutes for the July 25, Aug. 8 and Aug. 22 council meetings, the budget workshops (July 27, Aug. 17 and Aug. 24) the charter review workshops (Aug. 1 and 29), and the special meeting (Aug. 31). 2. Approval of $1,660.50 invoice for professional services requested by Allen, Norton & Blue. AGENDA FOR SEPT 26 COUNCIL MEETING By Lauren Sage Reinlie Florida Freedom Newspapers A 31-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman from Crestview were arrested Aug. 23 and charged with assaulting someone during a burglary, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Ofce. James Wesley Williams broke through a glass win dow and entered a home on Penney Lane, according to arrest reports. Williams pulled out a pistol, pointed it at the resi dent and shouted, Give it up! according to the re ports. Williams ed the house and jumped into a car driv en by Crystal Rena Harris, the sheriffs ofce report ed. Soon after the burglary, Crestview police pulled over the car and identied the suspects. Williams and Harris were charged with bur glary with assault, which carries a maximum sen tence of 30 years in prison. Williams also faces charg es for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, ac cording to the reports. Crestview couple charged with assault This pickup truck struck a stopped school bus on Galliver Cutoff about 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, sending ve people to North Okaloosa Medical Center for treatment.P H OTOS BY M I C H AEL S TE W ART | News Bulletin Three adults and two students were transported by ambulance to North Okaloosa Medical Center following a Tuesday afternoon wreck.
6512811 Real Estate A6 | Crestview News Bulletin Saturday, September 24, 2011 By Mike Chesser Special to the News Bulletin Last week, I spoke to a group of auditors and accountants. When I nished, a question was asked that I had not thought about, but it turned out to be what the entire discussion should have been about. The question was: With all the discussion about bad times in the economy, is there any money still to be made in real estate? My answer was, absolutely. Ironically, had the question not been asked, the most important message that could have been discussed at this or any other meeting about real estate would have been overlooked. The truth is, there has never been a better time to make money in real estate. Real estate prices will not stay lower than the cost to build. Today they are. There are many professional investors who can tell you more about making money in real estate than I. I can only share my thoughts, forged over years that include bad decisions as well as good. This may be like Bill Clinton giving marital advice. But he is still married. Who would have thought Al Gore would be the rst one divorced? Nevertheless, if this is really a good time to invest in real estate, there must be a way to do it, right? To start, I suspect you do not have to be creative, or brilliant, or even imaginative. You can buy real estate off the shelf, at something like the offered price, and if you buy something you can use and hold, you will not be disappointed. You need to live somewhere. If you rent, the house you live in has never been available for a lower price, and it will not be again. How do I know that? Because now its being offered, generally, for less than the cost to build. That pattern will not last. Builders will not continue to build at a loss. They cant. If you need it, buy something you can afford and be proud to have it. Fix it. Love it. Make friends with your neighbors, because if it is truly an investment, you will own it for a long time. In addition to the present cost of the house, unless mortgage companies begin to pay you to borrow their money, interest rates cannot be lower. The key, if you do this successfully, is to be able to hold what you own. Live in it. Work in it, or rent it out. But dont buy thinking you can give it back to the bank if it doesnt work out. That may work on some basis for stuff purchased during the Silly Years, but theres no room for error for things you buy today. You are not likely to get a do-over in the market. Be ready to hold the property and have a reasonable plan to pay for it. Then, if you buy it at todays prices, you cant lose. Billy Teel, the dean of appraisers in Okaloosa County, once assisted me in teaching a class in real estate. He told the class that an investor does not make money selling his real estate. He makes his money, if it is to be made, when he buys. If thats true, and if you can afford to buy intelligently, youre wasting time to not be in the market, right now. If you really want to get cute, you can look for short sales, foreclosures, tax sales, or some other access to real estate that will get you in at an even lower price. Be careful. There are radio ads and come-ons that make this look like childs play, and an instant Shangri-la. When you buy someone elses misery, be careful that it doesnt become yours as well. I will talk in this space next month about some of the ways that has happened. Dont understand this to mean you shouldnt look for such deals. Most buyers just shouldnt do it without a capable, independent property inspector and both a title insurance policy and a lawyer whose assignment is to make sure you dont buy a property only partially foreclosed, or a short sale property not properly closed. A professional Realtor will make sure you have that protection, because your satisfaction is his or her future, just as it is that of the inspector, the lawyer, and the closing agent. We get our economy back on track by clearing out an ocean of foreclosed and unsold property that needs to be in the hands of owners who use and care for their property. My hope is that we all teach our children to be responsible spenders and investors. A big part of their success will likely be the way they purchase and hold real estate. There is no better time to get started. Mike Chesser is a board certied Real Estate Attorney with Chesser & Barr, P.A. The most important question in all of real estate MIKE CHESSER StatePoint Does your home feel drab or dark? Are you tired of the same old rooms and color schemes? There are many easy, costeffective ways to brighten your homes appearance, cheering up its occupants in the process. From fresh coats of paint to sunny lighting schemes to lively window treatments, small changes can have a big impact on your home. And some projects can be tackled in just one short weekend. Window treatments By literally letting more light into your home, you can make your days more cheerful. Try replacing heavy drapes or dark colored shades with translucent curtains or blinds. This way, you let in natural light while keeping prying eyes at bay. Other ways to invite natural light into your home include adding internal windows within rooms to let light ow from one space to another, or installing skylights. Energy-efcient accents Your lighting scheme can set different moods in different rooms. To make a room both cheerful and efcient, use three different types of lighting: ambient or background lighting, task lighting and accent lighting. Stylish new options for background lighting abound, such as pendants, chandeliers, ceiling-mounted lights and new kinds of xtures that can be hung in multiple ways. LED lighting is perfect to illuminate places for reading, food preparation, dressing or other tasks. With a very long lifespan, such lights may never need to be replaced and can save you money on electricity bills because they are brighter with lower wattage. The latest in accent lighting includes strings of remarkably thin LED light pods that can easily bend around corners and t into small spaces, such as those from manufacturers like Kichler Lighting. This type of sleek, modern lighting adds drama when entertaining, while also lowering electricity costs. Accent lights like these use little energy so they can stay on all night, an added plus for homes with small children or when overnight guests visit, says Jeff Dross, Kichler Lightings corporate director of education and industry trends. No two homes are alike and their lighting shouldnt be either. Warmth and color Liven up rooms by selecting a bright color scheme. Paint sets the basic tone, so choose a light color, such as inviting yellows or cheery pastels. Remember, dark colors can absorb light and make rooms darker. You can paint an entire room a bright color or just one wall. And you can add warmth as well as color by layering on pillows and throws to accent favorite pieces of furniture. For more creative home decorating ideas, visit the American Society of Interior Designers at www.asid.org and click on Consumer Center. And for new energy-efcient home lighting ideas, visit www. kichler.com. The brighter you make your home, the more cheerful it will become for you and your guests. COURTESY OF S TATEPOINT MEDIA The right lighting can be both functional and aesthetic. Easy ways to brighten up your home
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7am weekends and during week. High school diploma or equivalent & 6 months experience working with teenagers in a therapeutic setting required. Must be 21 years of age.$9.00 per hourTo apply, visit our web site, www.umch.net to download an application. United Methodist Childrens Home Director of HR 3140 Zelda Court Montgomery, AL 36106 UMCH actively seeks diversity among its employees. All new hires are drug tested. Ford F250 Lariat 1999120K Mi, Towing Pkg, Bedliner, All Power, Cream Leather, V8 Gas 5.4L Triton, Mint! $9999 obo 850-682-9012 200+ Travel Trailers NO MINIMUM PRICE! Online Bidding Available. 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To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Sawmills from only $3997-Make Money & Save Money with your own bandmill-Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com/3 00N (800)578-1363 Ext.300N IT/Software DevNetwork Support & Security AnalystPowerSouth Energy Cooperative, an electric generation and transmission cooperative serving Alabama and Northwest Florida, is seeking a Network Support & Security Analyst for the Headquarters Office in Andalusia, Alabama. The purpose of this position is to assist in providing technical and security support for the internetworking technologies and implementing standard solutions to facilitate and secure local and wide area data communications and the communication linkages between the financial systems, energy control systems, power plant systems, the Internet, and general corporate networking systems. This position requires a Bachelors Degree in computer science or a closely related area and minimal programming skills are necessary. Employment is subject to a negative drug test, background check, and completion of a comprehensive application for employment. PowerSouth Energy Cooperative offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits program. Interested persons who meet the above qualifications should send a resume including salary requirements by close of business on September 27, 2011 to: PowerSouth Energy Cooperative Human Resources Department Position: Network Support & Security Analyst P. O. Box 550 Andalusia, AL 36420 AN EEO/AAP EMPLOYER MedicalLPNs & RNsGulf Coast Youth Services has openings for RNs & LPNs in Crestview & openings for RNs in Fort Walton Beach. Excellent benefits and competitive pay based on experience Email your resume to: jerry.norris @psysolutions.com or fax: Attn HR 850-863-0983Web ID34178048 Text FL78042 to 56654 Medical/HealthRN PT Education CoordinatorShoal Creek Rehab Center is currently seeking a PT RN to teach staff education. Shoal Creek Rehab Center has a competitive pay scale & offers a full benefits package. Apply in person to 500 S Hospital Dr, Crestview, FL Web ID#: 34178914Text FL78914 to 56654 $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Frac Sand Haulers with complete Bulk Pneumatic Rigs only. Relocate to Texas for tons of work! Fuel/Quick pay available. (800)491-9029 Airlines Now Hiring-Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified -Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-206-9405 Happy Jack Liquivic: Recognized safe & effective against hook & roundworms by US Center for Veterinary Medicine. OKALOOSA GRAIN FEED STORE (682-9333). www.happyjackinc.co m. CrestviewHuge Yard SaleSat-Sun Sept 24th & 25th 8a-5p, 167 Cabana Way, furniture FWB-327 NE Hollywood Blvd. Thurs, Fri, Sat. Sept. 22nd-24th 8am-2pmEstate Sale of Oma BowlingsHouse full of furniture, artwork, china, jewelry, kitchenware, clothes, collectibles, tools and much more. Go to esatesales.net for photos Niceville:2300 N Partin DrSuperior Residences of NicevilleAcross from Heritage Gardens Cemetary and Swift Creek SubdivisionSeptember 24th 7am -10amWalk to End AlzheimersA variety of items for sale with all proceeds going toThe Alzheimers Association.Please come out & support the cause! txt FL78858 to 56654 GUN SHOW Fort Walton FAIRGROUNSSept 24th & 25th SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 10-4 FREE PARKING Info. (407) 275-7233 floridagunshows.com Text FL77810 to 56654 We Buy GoldUS GOLD PAWN JEWELRY & LOAN 700 Beal Pkwy FWB 850-974-2462 CASH FOR CARS! Any Make, Model, or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not. Sell Your Car or Truck TODAY. Free Towing! 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WILSON; are the Defendants, The Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at WWW.OKALOOSA.REALFORECLOSE.COM at 11:00AM, on the 28th day of October,2011, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment: BEGINNING 70 YARDS EAST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;THENCE NORTH 70 YARDS, EAST 140 YARDS, SOUTH 70 YARDS, WEST 140 YARDS TO BEGINNING. A/K/A 6282 HOLLOWAY ROAD, BAKER, FL 32531 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on September 9, 2011. Don W. Howard Clerk of the Circuit Court By: K Sims Deputy Clerk Florida Default Law Group, Pl. P.O. Box 25018 Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 IMPORTANT If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in the proceeding, you are entitled at DO Cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Shelia Sims, 190 Governmental Center, 5th floor, Pensacola, FL (850) 595-4400 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 9/17/11 9/24/11 Legal #130387 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lovabelle Photography located at 3592 Airport Rd, in the County of Okaloosa, in the City of Crestview, Florida 32539 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. 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Will be HANDS-ON parents. Financial security. Expenses paid. Catherine & Michael. (ask for michelle/adam). (800)790-5260 FL Bar#0150789 Legal # 130388 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO. 2011-CP-891 IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES M. BARTLETT, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JAMES M. BARTLETT, deceased, whose date of death was May 15,2011, File No. 2011-CP-891, is pending in the Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 101 E. James Lee Blvd, Crestview, Florida, 32536. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is September 24, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: MICHAEL A. SIEFERT, P.A. MICHAEL A. SIEFERT, ESQ. Fla. Bar # 042315 351 NE Eighth Avenue Ocala, FL 34470 Telephone: (352) 732-0141 Personal Representative: MICHAEL A. SIEFERT 351 NE Eighth Avenue Ocala, Fl 34470 9/24/11 10/1/11
SP O RT S www.crestviewbulletin.com Section SCHEDULE Monday High school volleyball Freeport at Baker, JV 5 p.m./V 6 p.m. Middle school volleyball Bruner at Davidson, 4 p.m. St. Marys at Baker, 4 p.m. Tuesday High school volleyball Niceville at Crestview, JV 5 p.m./V 6 p.m. Jay at Baker, JV 5 p.m./V 6 p.m. Laurel Hill at Northview, V 6 p.m. Freshman football Crestview at Fort Walton Beach, 6 p.m. Middle school football Baker at Ernest Ward, 6 p.m. BRIEFS Punt, Pass and Kick The Crestview YMCAs National Football League Punt, Pass and Kick competition will be Oct. 2 instead of Sunday, Sept. 25, as previously announced. The event begins at 2 p.m. at Bob Sikes Elementary School, 425 Adams Drive. The event is free and open to boys and girls ages 6-15. No cleats are allowed. For more information, call Troy Donofro at 689-2999. Youth basketball Crestview Parks and Recreation Department basketball registration will run through October. Leagues are being formed for boys and girls ages 5-15. Cost is $60 per child for Crestview residents and $65 for those living outside the city limits. Registration is 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the Twin Hills Park Recreation Center. The 5and 6-year-old league is coed; other leagues are boys or girls. There will be a girls varsity league for those ages 13-15 if there is enough interest. Play starts Dec. 5. For more information, call 689-9837. GOLF Foxwood AHA tournament, Sept. 16 Flight 1 Chester and the Boys 56 Waste Pro 57 BCBS Pensacola 58 Flight 2 City of Niceville 58 Hochmuth & Co. 61 Niceville Walmart 62 Flight 3 FWB Walmart 60 Telephone Man 63 CJ2M Hill 64 Foxwood Sunday Lowball, Sept. 18 1. Tim Stanley, Leon Cunningham, Lavaughn Dorman, Hal Jellison, Janice Cheatham -13 2. Terry Bays, Archie Perez, Jesse Perez, Steve Howard, Dillon Dwyer -12 3. David Smith, Russell Whitten, Bob Langdon, Scott Hull -11 4. Jeff Holmes, Debra Elmore, Heidi Blair, John Blair -10 5. Dan Bell, Barbara Bell, Marc Knitter, Doug Smith, David Hinnant -10 Christian Thomhave Tournament The Christian Thomhave Memorial Golf Tournament is set for 1 p.m. Oct. 28 at Foxwood Country Club. Check-in will begin at noon. The tournament raises funds for the Christian Thomhave Memorial Scholarship Fund at Northwest Florida State College. Entry fees are $34 for Foxwood members and $44 for nonmembers. For more information, call B.J. at 682-2012 or 8262012. Aiming for titles By Randy Dickson email@example.com BAKER Several years ago, the National Basketball Associations Chicago Bulls coined the term threepeat when they won a third straight NBA championship. The Baker volleyball team has long since passed the threepeat in district championships, having won eight-consecutive titles. So the question has to be what would one call a ninth-straight district cham pionship? Would it be a Triple Threepeat? Or could be considered a Threepeat, Threepeat? Whatever it is called, there is no denying that nine straight titles would only be slightly more impres sive than the eight the Gators have already won. Baker coach Tomikko Parks likes her squads chances to win the new District 1-1A, but she knows the Gators have their work cut out for them if they want to keep their im pressive streak alive with a young team. This is a totally different team than we had last year, she said. Last year we had six seniors, and this year I have two (Laurie Steele and Taylor Morgan). We pretty much have an all-new varsity squad. Weve got people playing in dif ferent positions that they havent played before. They are still learn ing one another, and they are learn ing the little nuances of where that person is going to be and that kind of thing. Steele and Morgan have em braced their roles as senior lead ers. Its pretty special because we are close to the girls, Steele said. We are not that far apart in age, so we can really help each other. Morgan agreed. It puts a little more pressure on us, but we just have to work harder, she said. Junior Katie Wickery joins Steele and Morgan as a player with signi cant varsity experience before this year, forcing Parks to change the way she approached the season. This year we spent a lot of time in practice at the beginning of the season learning positions and learn ing where to be on the court, she said. We spent a lot of time making sure people were in the right plac es, whereas if you have seniors, its a little bit different because most of them know those positions. This year we had to spend a lot more time in making sure people know the right position they need to be in. Through their rst nine match es, the young Gators have shown no signs of missing a beat in hopes of winning another title. Baker is 7-2, with the only losses coming to Class 4A Walton. Each season the Gators not only shoot for the district championship, but they eye a state title as well. With the new 1A rural classication, that goal could be a reality this year. Our rst goal is to win the dis trict championship and then take care of that stuff, Parks said. We are just trying to do everything we can throughout the season to get to that point. Weve also prepared ourselves with that thought in mind that we are going to win that state championship. The goals havent changed, but the people at the end might have changed. The goal is still there to try to win that state championship. By Randy Dickson firstname.lastname@example.org CRESTVIEW It took six matches, ve sets and four extra points be fore the Crestview volleyball team picked up its rst win of the season. The Bulldogs started off fast and held on late to beat Navarre 3-2 on Monday by scores of 25-10, 25-19, 1325, 22-25, 19-17. Not only was the win the rst for Crestview this year, it also was the rst win at the helm of the Bulldogs for Kathy Combest, who coached the Baker volleyball team to more than 500 wins. Combest said Crestviews dif cult start to the season brought back some memories of her early days coaching the Gators. My rst two years at Baker, it was just like this, Combest said. We would almost win and then we wouldnt, so it takes me back. They (the Bulldogs) needed that (win). These girls did not know how to win. Early on, it looked as if Crestview (1-5) nally had winning gured out. Sara Hamilton picked up the rst point of the night with her rst of 14 kills and then took over in serve and delivered an ace as the Bulldogs went in front 2-0. The Raiders (1-7) stayed close early and trailed 11-7 when the Bull dogs closed out the rst set with a 14-3 run. Nothing was easy the rest of the night for either team. Crestview started strong in the second set, and it looked as if the Bulldogs would make short work of the Raiders with Crestview leading 11-5. But with Allison Freer in serve, the Raiders were able to pull even at 11-11. The rest of the set consisted of short runs that had the momentum swinging from one team to the other on every point. Crestview pulled away, however, to win the set as the Bulldogs got strong play up front from Jasmine Middleton, Kerrie York and Haleigh Hollinhead. Navarre tried to take control of the match in the third set as the Raiders quickly jumped in front 11-2 and were never challenged. Crestview led 13-7 in the third set when the Raiders came racing back behind the play of Shamani Booker at the net. Booker was a one-lady wrecking crew as she pelted the Bulldogs with one kill after another to help Navarre pull even in the match. The largest lead either team could muster in the nal set was three points by the Bulldogs as Crestview pulled out the win. It was tough losing the rst two (sets) without a lot of effort, but then we came back and won the next two, and we really fought, Navarre coach Kim Gardner said. It shows a lot of character of our girls, and Im really proud of the way they held strong and really pushed through. It shows that we have a lot of ght that we need for the rest of the season as we get ready for district. Middleton had 17 kills for Crest view. Sara Hamilton added 14 kills, and Hollinhead had 11. Crestview won the JV match 2-0. Ill take school spirit any time For as long as I can remember, Ive been hearing about the Bolles School in Jacksonville. Most people refer to it as Jacksonville Bolles, or simply Bolles, because its the only school by that name in the state. Every state has at least one Bolles, a private prep school that offers a top education for students whose parents are willing and able to fork out big money to an elite institution. Usually those schools, as is the case with Bolles, also have top athletic programs. In 2005, Sports Illustrated named the Bolles athletic program the ninth-best in the country and the second-best in the state. Bolles was the only school with an enrollment of less than 1,000 to make the top 25 nationally. I nally had a chance to see Bolles rsthand last week when I caught a ride on the Crestview Quarterback Clubs charter bus to Jacksonville for the for the game between the Bulldogs of Crestview and the Bulldogs of Bolles. The campus, at least what I saw of it, was as beautiful as one would expect from a high-dollar school. The schools Skinner-Barco Stadium was equally pristine, with a synthetic track surrounding the articial turf football eld. The years of the schools 10 state championships in football are listed on the wall of the concession stand on the visitors side of the eld. A short kick past the end zone with the scoreboard is the schools Olympic-size swimming pool. Throughout the night, the Bolles kicker splashed several balls into the pool. As impressive as those things were, I still sensed something was missing, and that something was school spirit. I dont know how many the home side of the stadium will seat, but it was only about two-thirds full at best. There was nothing similar to Crestviews Dog Pound cheering section. The Bolles fans in attendance cheered occasionally, but not loud or long. It was hardly how I thought a school with 10 state championships would act. And, despite my occasional clashes with the Big Red Machine and other bands, Ill admit things just didnt seem right as Bolles doesnt have a band. Lets face it, piped-in college ght songs over the public address system can only do so much for raising team spirit. There is no denying Bolles has a great program and great tradition, and nobody can say it isnt a great school. The students at Bolles are denitely a part of something special, but I dont think it is as special as what Crestview and Baker students experience every day. There is just something about school spirit. News & NOTES Saturday, September 24, 2011 Page 8 A NORTH END ZONE Randy Dickson P H O T O S B Y RA N D Y DICKS ON | News Bulletin At left, Taylor Morgan sets a ball against Laurel Hill. Morgan and Laurie Steele are the only seniors on the Baker volleyball team, which is trying for a ninth-consecutive district championship. At right, Laurie Steele, one of two seniors on the Baker volleyball team, serves against Laurel Hill. BAKER VOLLEYBALL Bulldogs hang on for win RA N D Y DICKS ON | News Bulletin Above, Sara Hamilton serves for Crestview against Navarre on Monday. At left, Haleigh Hollinhead drives home a kill in the rst set of Crestviews win over Navarre on Monday. CRESTVIEW VOLLEYBALL