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Photos of the Week 6/23/2011

Jun 23rd, 2011 | 0

THANKS TO THE HARD WORK of Carpenters for Christ’s 50 volunteers, many without a background in building construction, the sanctuary’s roof of First Christian Church of DeFuniak Springs was ready to be tacked into place just a few days after the slab was poured. (Photo courtesy of Carpenters for Christ)

T.J .AND BECKY BURKHART donned their 1950s-style clothing for the benefit. T J's Table restaurant in Freeport celebrated their third anniversary on June 18, by holding an Alabama tornado victim fundraiser. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

DEFENDING DIXIE YOUTH District 2 pitching machine champion Paxton won a 21-0 shutout over Freeport in front of an enthusiastic home crowd on Tuesday, June 14. Paxton and Freeport will travel to the state tournament in Brooksville on July 9. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

FREEPORT CAME UP SHORT against Paxton in the Dixie Youth District 2 pitching machine championship, but the team, as runner-up in the contest, will advance to the state tournament along with their cross-county rivals. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

TY RUSHING did a great job on the mound in Ponce de Leon's second game of the District 2 tournament, holding off Paxton's batters until the fourth inning but a lengthy power outage shifted the momentum in the Bobcats' favor. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

 

FRED MYERS (l) and Jake Matney took first place with these two fish, at Nick's restaurant's Redfish Round-up fishing tournament , held June 18. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

ALL THE REDFISH ROUND-UP WINNERS gather for a group photo, at Nick's restaurant's Redfish Round-up fishing tournament , held June 18. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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