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Photos of the Week 9.13.2012

Sep 13th, 2012 | 0

GOLD SHOVELS TURNED THE EARTH, marking the beginning of construction on Liberty Volunteer Fire Department’s new South Station. (Photo by Quenton Woodham)

 

MOSSY HEAD WATER WORKS WON the Florida Rural Water Association’s Best Tasting Water contest in August, making this its second win in six years. The plaque commemorating the victory was presented to Water Works employees and its board of directors at a brief ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Pictured is County Commissioner Larry Jones, board members Luke Mitchell, Terry Crosby, Tom Miller, Maintenance Supervisor Kyle Fragale, Line Operator Josh Hayes, President Tom Terrell and secretary Suzanne Rich, with FRWA Northwest Florida Water District Representative Bruce Morrison in the foreground presenting the award. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

THE FREEPORT FOOTBALL TEAM posed with Brian Haugen from the Taylor Haugen Foundation and members of the Evoshield team while wearing the shirt and rib protector before practice on Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Patrick Casey)

 

WALTON’S KEN RANDOLPH (4) had a 33-yard punt return to help set up one of Walton’s touchdowns as the Braves improved to 1-1 on the year. (Photo by Jennifer Casey)

 

FREEPORT’S GABE MOORE (7) threw a touchdown pass, kicked a field goal and had 58 rushing yards on the night as the Bulldogs evened their record at 1-1 with a victory over South Walton on Friday night. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

SOUTH WALTON’S BRANDON WHALEN (39) had 140 rushing yards on the night as he provided much of the Seahawks offense in “The Battle of the Bay.” (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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