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Photos of the Week 11/24/2011

Nov 24th, 2011 | 0

VARIOUS AREA ORGANIZATIONS pooled their efforts to serve up a complimentary thanksgiving feast for south Walton seniors at John Horton Senior Center.

FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITIES' Associate Director of Membership Development Sharon Berrian presented Paxton Town Council Chairman Bobby Kemp with a plaque and a special pin, among other honors, in recognition of his having served 40 years on the Council. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS. Local volunteers, with the help of state and county inmates, have been working since Sept. 1 to line the Lakeyard with thousands of Christmas lights and displays in anticipation of the holiday season and Christmas Reflections. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

MEMBERS OF THE HISTORIC POINT WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION decorated the library which was dedicated to Miss Lois Maxon. On Tuesday, Nov. 15, dozens of volunteers descended on the Wesley Mansion at Eden Gardens State Park and decorated every inch of the home for the holidays.

 

FREEPORT'S BRANDON HEAD was momentarily at a loss for words when he scored on a 46-yard catch-and-run pass from quarterback Gabe Moore with a little more than nine minutes still to go in the first quarter. The touchdown was only Freeport’s second of four in the first quarter. The Bulldogs won 32-18 against Vernon. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

SOUTH WALTON COACH KEVIN CRAIG had a chat with his squad during a timeout in the Holmes County game. The Seahawks ended the first week of the regular season with a 1-1 record, defeating Holmes County 58-47. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

 

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