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Photos of the Week – 1/13/2011

Jan 13th, 2011 | 0

Photos of the week 1/13/2011

OKALOOSA COUNTY COMMISSION CHAIRMAN James Campbell and NWFSC Board of Trustees Chair Sandy Sims cut the ribbon opening the facility. Just prior to the main ceremony, retired U.S. Air Force Col. George "Bud" Day (pictured here, second from left) and his wife Doris met with citizens in the educational wing named in his honor. Day is one of the most decorated military members in American history and is the recipient of the Medal of Honor. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

THE NWFSC CHEERLEADERS were flying high as part of the ceremony marking the opening of the Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) Community Services Complex, held in Niceville on Jan. 5. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

HILLARY HARPER of Ponce de Leon’s 23 points against Jay on Friday, Jan. 7 propelled the scoring leader past the career 1,000-point mark. Harper led the Lady Pirates in scoring as they claimed a resounding 71-36 victory. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

THE MEMBERS OF PAXTON'S JV and varsity girls’ and boys’ basketball teams and cheerleaders as well as coaches Steve Williams and Jeff Bradley came out in force in support of the inaugural Cats Against Cancer charity game. Williams his players wore special socks in commemoration of the Jan. 6 event. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

A TOTAL OF 60 STUDENTS from the University of Connecticut are dispatched throughout the Walton and Okaloosa County this week. A group of 20 are working at the Muscogee Nation of Florida in Bruce, doing all manner of including painting and pulling rotted sheet rock off the walls of a trailer which will become a thrift store. (Photo by Leah Stratmann)

ROBERTA PALMER (r) and Habitat executive director Teresa Imdieke (l) on the porch of Lowel and Roberta Palmer's new home, built in record time. A record crowd of well-wishers attended the Jan. 8 dedication of the Palmers' new home on Argyle Church Road. (Photo by Bruce Collier)

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