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Photos of the Week 2/17/2011

Feb 17th, 2011 | 0

KRYSTEN CUCHENS was runner-up to the top spot on Paxton’s scoring hierarchy against Aucilla Christian. She put up 20 points in the game that secured a state semi-final rematch against FAMU on Tuesday night. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

PDL's HILLARY HARPER 12) scored eight points as the Pirates jumped out to a 21-8 lead over Holmes County. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

BARGAIN SHOPPERS FROM ALL over the South make a pilgrimage twice a year to the Seaside yard sale. Thousands of shoppers brought life and commerce back to the south Walton community and a taste of what the summer may hold for businesses as well. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)

LONG DISTANCE RUNNER Patty Douglass proudly displays a few of her many trophies and medals. Douglass will represent the USA and Walton County in the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

SPECIAL OLYMPIAN Greg Floyd demonstrates his bocce ball prowess. Floyd will represent the USA and Walton County in the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

FRIENDS OF EDEN VOLUNTEER Carol Visalpatara (r) shows Carole Cardwell how to air layer a camellia plant. Eden Gardens State Park was the site of the Camellia Festival this past weekend. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

VOLUNTEERS JESS and her mom Diane Anth manned the Friends of the Animal Shelter table at the annual Seaside Community yard sale held on Feb. 12. With the donated items and those who purchased them, the group was able to raise more than $500 to help the unfortunate dogs and cats in Walton County. (Photo courtesy of Bill Bard)

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