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Photos – November 4, 2010

Nov 4th, 2010 | 0

THIS LITTLE DONKEY tried to pick out just the right pumpkin for Halloween. There were numerous events taking place all throuchout the Panhandle this past weekend.

KIDS OF ALL AGES ENJOYED tricks and treats along Baldwin Avenue and Circle Drive. The DBPA and DFS Women's Club sponsored a celebration with costumes, candy and fun last Saturday.

NOT A CAR IN SIGHT drew a crowd like this '56 Chevy Bel-Air. This was one of many vintage, classic and antique vehicles on display at the Air Force Armament Museum over Halloween weekend.

NOT A CAR IN SIGHT drew a crowd like this '56 Chevy Bel-Air. This was one of many vintage, classic and antique vehicles on display at the Air Force Armament Museum over Halloween weekend.

NWFSC THEATER SCHOLARSHIP students will present "Tales of Arin," an original script by James Clinton (a.k.a. Clint Mahle of NWFSC) on Dec. 2 and 3 at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center in Niceville.

REGULAR USERS of the bike path along Scenic Highway 30A have recently been seeing this dead deer along the route, along with copious amount of trash strewn all along the route. After an appeal to county commissioners, prisoners went to work on the trash early last week, but the carcass of the deer remains. Apparently the local record for dead carcasses stands at three weeks and path users are hoping no new records are set before the deer is removed. (Photo courtesy of Rawlins McKinney)

THIS YOUNG LADY GOT some hands-on experience with fire prevention with the DeFuniak Springs Fire Department during fire prevention month in October

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