FIRST CHRISTIAN ACADEMY STUDENTS (l-r) Angel Stanley, Tanner Abbott and Gaines Marshall display a few of the multitude of PJs of many colors collected by academy students for the Families First Pajama Project. The students collected a total of 35 sets of pajamas
PAUL HOLMES WAS ON FIRE against Sneads, rushing for 63 yards and scoring two touchdowns and one conversion. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
SOUTH WALTON'S TRISTAN LANASA AND CAITLIN HOLLIDAY were chosen as the Seahawks Homecoming King and Homecoming Queen for 2010. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
SOUTH WALTON'S ZACK PARKER (2) had a 20-yard touchdown reception to put the Seahawks ahead 14-6 at halftime. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
A FAMILY of Georgia residents staying at Topsail Preserve State Park were eager to participate in the Sept. 25 coastal clean-up. (From left: Cole, Donna, and Hannah Goodall, and in distance at right, grandmother Polly Manner)
THE WALTON BRAVES football team celebrated at the conclusion of their pep rally in memory of teammate Craig Darity. The Braves' emotions carried over to the game at they defeated Marianna 43-8. (Photo by Patrick Casey)
WALTON BEAUTY QUEENS VISIT STANLEY HOUSE Recently the Walton County Beauty Queens visited Stanley house to deliver an Ice Cream Sunday party and a rousing game of "Banana BINGO!" Pictured among the Queens are Stanley House Residents (l-r) Jim Boyette, Doris, Abbe, Alma Helms, and D.A. Miller.