Nov 25th, 2010 |
Photos of the Week 11-25-2010
Jack and Reacy Little and Grace Marse in Paris November 19, 2010.jpg FIRST IT WAS THE GREAT WALL OF China, and now the City of Light? How in the Herald did the Beach Breeze get to Paris, France? Well, loyal readers Jack and Reacy Little and Grace Marse of Point Washington took their news with them when they traveled to France for a Thanksgiving holiday. Whew, we’re going to have to get a new passport if this world traveling keeps up. Thanks, Jack, Reacy and Grace for keeping us close during your holiday travels.
PAXTON SCORED the final six points of the game to pull out a 40-34 win over Walton in the Bobcats season opener. Paxton finished the week 1-1 after a tough 65-37 loss at Choctaw. (Photo by Patrick Casey)
FREEPORT'S DAKOTA DAVIS makes a pass under pressure from a Liberty County defender. Davis completed 6-of-15 passes for a total of 165 yards and three touchdowns. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
HISTORIC POINT WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION members work on the library of the Wesley House at Eden State Gardens. On Tuesday, Nov. 16, over 65 ambitious volunteers converged on Eden State Gardens to prepare the mansion for Christmas. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
KEYS TO THE HOUSE are officially handed over to Ronald Shider and family, following a ceremony of blessing and dedication by Habitat for Humanity. Last Saturday (Nov. 20), area officials and volunteers with Habitat for Humanity of Walton County gathered to welcome and ask a blessing on a freshly renovated home for the Shiders. (Photo by Bruce Collier)
THESE CHRISTMAS cut-outs are a new addition to Christmas Reflections. The light display around Lake DeFuniak opens the weekend of Thanksgiving and runs until the first of the year.
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS police department member DFSPD Lt. Tilman Mears was into audience participation as he ran the walkway as Mr. December. "Catwalk 2-1-1" was the place to be last Saturday night when Community Walton unveiled the Men Who Service Walton County calendar and with each month’s designated man taking a strut down the catwalk at the Embassy Suites Hotel. With ticket sales, auction items, and calendar sales, Community Walton is more then halfway to its goal of having enough money to install a 2-1-1 social services hotline for the region. (Photo by and courtesy of Jeffery Patrick)